Change is in the air for Oregon’s diesel truck fleets and equipment operators.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), the City of Portland, and other localities are rolling out various programs and regulations related to reducing diesel emissions and improving air quality. These will impact many diesel fleets and equipment operators across the state.
We are here to help you navigate through these changes and opportunities. To that end, we are hosting an Open House event to help provide the information you need and get answers to your questions.
The event takes place on April 26th, 2022. We are offering 2 sessions for you to choose from 2 PM and 6 PM.
We are looking to host more of these events to help equip Oregon’s fleets and diesel vehicle operators. Stay tuned. More updates to follow…
Who will be there?
Sean Edgar of CleanFleets will be the presenting industry professional. He will help explain the regulations & how to find the best path forward for your fleet. Sean is an expert on emissions compliance with years of experience helping fleets in California.
Meet our Retrofit Manager, Jeff Wells, and the DES team. Jeff is our in-state retrofit facilitator and contact person. He is based in Oregon to expressly help fleets and operators with installation questions, estimates, and pre-application assistance.
We have also invited representatives from OR DEQ & the City of Portland to be on hand to hear your concerns and answer your questions about the various programs and regulations.
What Topics & Programs will be Covered?
Some of the topics that you will learn more about are:
Important deadlines – learn about dates for getting your grant application in, compliance dates, etc.
Vehicles affected – find out more about which diesel vehicles are covered and which are exempt.
Grant assistance – there are funds available to help reimburse all or part of a vehicle replacement/retrofit with clean emissions technology.
Retrofit options – retrofitting a vehicle can extend its useful life while meeting new clean air standards.
Compliance Q & A – speak with someone about your compliance, retrofit, and timeline questions.
There are several programs and requirements that the Oregon DEQ and other state and local governing bodies are implementing now and in the coming years. These include:
Diesel Emissions Services (DES) has successfully installed well over 15k retrofits in California and across the United States. Our Portland OR location has a complete DPF Cleaning facility and a full inventory of aftertreatment parts for servicing emissions systems. We have the equipment, expertise, and experienced retrofit installers for whatever you need.
Cleanfleets is an environmental engineering company with proven results for diesel equipment owners facing costly compliance and maintenance issues. Clean Fleets offers quality, one-stop compliance solutions and provides emissions enforcement resolutions to the diesel equipment community.
We are honored to assist HD diesel fleets and equipment operators in the State of Oregon create better air quality and improving the environment for future generations.
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