No More Delays: California Diesel Regulations Bring Near-Term Obligations
Provider: Mason Contractors Association of California, Inc.
Discipline: Ethics & Business Practices
January 1, 2013 Off-road equipment must be labeled on both sides. January 1, 2014 Off-road vehicle emissions for large fleets (>5,000 hp) must be compliant with performance requirements. January 1, 2014 On-road PM filter requirement goes into effect for small fleets (one to three trucks) exercising the small fleet option. Reported penalties for non-compliance can range between $500—$1,000 per truck. And, these are just a few of the impending requirements. Are you ready?
Sean Edgar of CleanFleets.net has participated in every California statewide diesel control measure since 2000 and will help us navigate the maze of deadlines and requirements for California’s various diesel regulations. CleanFleets.net provides engineering, regulatory compliance, and information technology solutions to owners of diesel engines and is an authorized California Air Resources Board (CARB) training contractor. As CleanFleets.net Project Manager, Sean has a dozen years of experience in diesel fleet rule development and implementation and also serves as Associated General Contractors’ (AGC) Diesel Emissions Consultant. CleanFleets.net provides the diesel fleet manager and owner with a clear understanding of the impact of California’s air quality laws and available compliance solutions. http://cleanfleets.net/
For more information please visit www.mca-ca.org or contact Mason Contractors Association of California, Inc. at 916-966-7666.
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