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Breaking Down Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program

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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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March 31, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

What You Need to Know About Oregon’s Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program

UPDATE: The dates for 2022 grant applications are April 5 to June 7, 2022. If you own a medium or heavy-duty commercial vehicle with a diesel engine, the state of…
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Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

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Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement – The deadline is fast approaching.

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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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March 31, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

What You Need to Know About Oregon’s Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program

UPDATE: The dates for 2022 grant applications are April 5 to June 7, 2022. If you own a medium or heavy-duty commercial vehicle with a diesel engine, the state of…
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DES Portland OR Emissions OPEN HOUSE

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

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In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come…

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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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March 31, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

What You Need to Know About Oregon’s Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program

UPDATE: The dates for 2022 grant applications are April 5 to June 7, 2022. If you own a medium or heavy-duty commercial vehicle with a diesel engine, the state of…
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Oregon Retrofit Grant Program

What You Need to Know About Oregon’s Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program

By DES News, Emissions Industry Related
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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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March 31, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

What You Need to Know About Oregon’s Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program

UPDATE: The dates for 2022 grant applications are April 5 to June 7, 2022. If you own a medium or heavy-duty commercial vehicle with a diesel engine, the state of…
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Reducing Idling Reduces Costs

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Since its inception, Diesel Emissions Service has been helping fleets reduce their emissions. CEO Steve Hoke was recently interviewed on IDLE TALK with GoGreen Communications CEO Ron Zima. During the interview, they discussed the importance of reducing idle times for heavy-duty fleets, why they should, and the downstream costs associated with excessive idling.

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According to Argonne National Laboratory, long-haul heavy-duty trucks consume more than a billion gallons of fuel per year just during rest stops; including work trucks and passenger cars, over six billion gallons of gasoline and diesel fuel combined are wasted on idling annually.

The topic of reducing idling behavior has been controversial in the heavy-duty industry. Large fleets use their resources to analyze idling costs, while smaller fleets can feel helpless. In addition, factors like city traffic, driver behavior, and municipal and off-road duty cycles further complicate the issue.

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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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March 31, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

What You Need to Know About Oregon’s Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program

UPDATE: The dates for 2022 grant applications are April 5 to June 7, 2022. If you own a medium or heavy-duty commercial vehicle with a diesel engine, the state of…
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Diesel Pickups & Motorhomes can be exempt from CARB Truck & Bus Regulation!

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Diesel Pickups & Motorhomes Can be Exempt from CARB Truck & Bus Regulation

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May 13, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Breaking Down Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program

Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program In an ongoing bid to reduce pollution, Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program is nearing a major milestone on January 1st, 2023. If you live in…
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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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How to Contain Diesel Emissions Costs?

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Fleets that operate, maintain, and repair commercial trucks have many expenses. One expense that consistently ranks in the top is diesel emissions systems. Learn how to contain emissions costs.

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When diesel emissions systems were first introduced in 2007 and updated in 2010, vehicle owners relied on the manufacturers’ recommendations. Their costs skyrocketed and this led to a lot of frustration on the part of vehicle owners, especially in the commercial fleet business.

Changing Maintenance Practices to Lower Costs

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“…Batesville, too, is unhitching itself from the OEM recommendations on exhaust maintenance. After investing big money in a DPF cleaning machine, he says, his technicians discovered that if they waited until 300,000 or 400,000 miles to pull the filter and clean it, as recommended by the OEMs, carbon was packed so tightly into the unit that the entire exercise was pointless. Today, he says, his technicians routinely pull DPFs every 100,000 miles for cleanings, which has helped with both maintenance costs and fleet fuel economy averages.”

Addressing Upstream Issues

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A Comprehensive Maintenance Plan

DPFs should be cleaned yearly or every 100k miles

Education is an Important Part of Lowering Emissions Costs

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May 13, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Breaking Down Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program

Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program In an ongoing bid to reduce pollution, Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program is nearing a major milestone on January 1st, 2023. If you live in…
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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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How to Clean a Diesel Particulate Filter?

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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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March 31, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

What You Need to Know About Oregon’s Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program

UPDATE: The dates for 2022 grant applications are April 5 to June 7, 2022. If you own a medium or heavy-duty commercial vehicle with a diesel engine, the state of…
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What You Need to Know About the Diesel Oxidation Catalyst on a Diesel Engine

By DES Tech Tips, Emissions Industry Related

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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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March 31, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

What You Need to Know About Oregon’s Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program

UPDATE: The dates for 2022 grant applications are April 5 to June 7, 2022. If you own a medium or heavy-duty commercial vehicle with a diesel engine, the state of…
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The Key to Maintaining the EGR on a Diesel Engine

By DES Tech Tips, Emissions Industry Related

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May 13, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Breaking Down Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program

Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program In an ongoing bid to reduce pollution, Oregon’s Diesel Retrofit Compliance Program is nearing a major milestone on January 1st, 2023. If you live in…
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May 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement

Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement - The deadline is fast approaching. If you have a fleet in Oregon, you need to know about Oregon’s One-Time Fleet Reporting Requirement! You must…
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April 6, 2022 in DES News, Emissions Industry Related

Informational Open House on Oregon’s Emissions Reduction Programs

In April we hosted a free, informational OPEN HOUSE. More to come... Topic: How to Navigate Oregon's Emissions Reduction Programs. If your company or fleet operates older diesel vehicles/equipment in…
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