All fleets must report if they seek to phase-in requirements, claim credits for downsizing or apply for time extensions. CleanFleets.net is assisting hundreds of fleets and welcome your call for fee-based reporting assistance.
Since the late 1990s fleet owners have been required to perform an annual opacity test (known as “snap idle” or PSIP) on trucks greater than 6,000 lbs GVWR. Failure to perform the test when applicable is a violation of state law.
Since 2007 an emissions control label is required on all 1974 and newer diesel vehicle engines on California roads. The ECL contains key information about your future compliance requirements.
Offroad Engines During 2007, CARB adopted the In-use Offroad Diesel Vehicle Regulation affecting more than 100,000 pieces of construction type equipment with engines greater than 25 horsepower. CleanFleets.net has been contracted by Associated General Contractors, San Diego Chapter to provide training and compliance assistance with the new rule timelines granted by the CARB Board in late 2010. See http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/ordiesel/ordiesel.htm
Portable Equipment CARB made changes to its Portable Equipment Registration Program in 2010. Portable gasoline and diesel engines in covered equipment that is 50 horsepower and greater has unique state and local requirements. CleanFleets.net has been contracted by Associated General Contractors, San Diego Chapter to provide training and compliance assistance with the new rule timelines granted by the CARB Board in late 2010. See http://www.arb.ca.gov/diesel/statport.htm
CleanFleets.net was selected in 2012-2013 by the California Air Resources Board to conduct 125 training events for diesel vehicle owners. Borrowing on that experience, we now offer informative sessions that are focused on providing rule compliance information in layman's terms while giving practical advice on how to report and comply. Presenter Sean Edgar has over a decade of experience in this subject matter and is available for your next association meeting or conference in order to demystify the regulatory maze.