The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) has received millions of dollars to go toward the Clean Diesel Engine Fund. School districts like yours may receive funding to upgrade certain model year buses with exhaust control systems.
Where is this money coming from? The State of Oregon is eligible to receive at least $72.9 million as a beneficiary of the VW partial consent decree to support eligible pollution mitigation projects; with the Oregon DEQ being authorized to initially fund environmental mitigation plans for school buses. This means that ODEQ pays 100% to upgrade your fleet’s exhaust systems. There are a list of school districts selected for initial mitigation actions.
Diesel Emissions Service (DES) is an industry expert in retrofitting, which is a more cost-effective solution for buses that have at least 3 years of life left. Retrofitting select buses will stretch your award budget further and help minimize the replacement bubble as others age out of the system.
We’ve installed over 18,000 emission control devices since 2006 all across the west coast. With our Portland location and our expert installation teams, your emission needs are more than covered.
Diesel Emissions Service (DES) began its operations in 2006 as the emissions division of parent company North State Truck Equipment, Inc., which has been serving the heavy duty truck market since 1978. DES was established to help California businesses meet and exceed the strict CARB and EPA emissions regulations placed on diesel trucks. Since 2006, DES has sold and/or installed over 15,000 emission control devices, and is now an industry leader in diesel emissions on the west coast and beyond.