/Agree they should not do that and actionable laws are in place to prevent that activity. They end up paying for cleanup anyway.
No need for new burdens on the average taxpayer..
Chemical supplier W.R. Grace to pay toward clean-up of hazardous waste sites
There is no shortage of oil. There is no global warming.
You cannot run out billions of years of development in a thousand years. The math simply is not there. Yes we are that small.
Please. How would feel about having to suddenly buy a new car because your old was was obsolete?
I want my old POS to run as long as possible to forbear that cost as long as possible.
Besides any of that the Automotive repair industry has a strong percentage of congress in their pockets to prevent any such action. Just like the Federal reserve just forced the "stimulus" bill into their pockets.
Besides all that. There are other ways to "incentivise" the development of fuel efficiency.
Clean Car Challenge
1 Gallon of Gas, 100 Miles — $10 Million: The Race to Build the Supergreen Car
These ideas are already out there. There is no need to body slam the American Taxpayer once again.