By  on March 10, 2009

LOS ANGELES — Proponents of the Clean Trucks Program being implemented at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are prepared for a protracted legal battle even as they have their sights set on expanding the program to new ports.

David Pettit, a senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council who heads the Southern California Air Program, made it clear in his remarks at last week’s Trans-Pacific Maritime Conference that the organization intended to push for clean truck programs to be implemented at a number of the nation’s largest port facilities.

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