EPA Emissions Control Grants
Written by richhill
Thursday, 23 September 2010 09:34
There are currently EPA Emissions Control Grants available to corporations across America to assist in the cost of converting and modifying their diesel powered truck fleets into less polluting sources of transportation.
At the federal level, there is a grant program that applications can be submitted for to help offset the cost of complying with the cleaner emission standards the federal government is enacting. The name of this program is the National Clean Diesel Campaign (NCDC).
The NCDC is a program the helps to offset the cost of retrofitting a diesel fleet with verifiable and certified diesel emission reduction devices.
This kind of program is not restricted to the federal government. Many states also are now providing EPA grants to help reduce the level of pollutants being emitted into the atmosphere by diesel power vehicles.
In California, the grant program is called the Carl Moyer program. They provide grants for the voluntary reduction of emission on heavy duty engines. This can be by retrofitting certified emission reduction devices, engine replacement and even the purchase of newer cleaner running vehicles.
In Pennsylvania, there is the PA Small Business Advantage Grant program that provides small businesses with grants starting at $7,500. This program is sponsored by the PA EPA.
Texas has two programs. The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) that has $10.7 million available grants for construction equipment, idle reduction technologies and for local government projects. The second is the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP) that provides grants to improve the air quality of Texas.
Wisconsin has the Wisconsin Diesel Truck Idling Reduction Grant Program that provides funding for freight haulers to install this new technology on their fleet trucks.
These are the major EPA Emissions Control Grants available across America at this time. The advancements in the technology for the reduction of diesel pollutants are advancing which will let all Americans breather easier. The grant programs allow for this to be used at a reduced cost to industries that use diesel power vehicles.
Click here to discuss your Diesel Clean Air Grants with an expert at Ward Clean Air Products, they will assist you with the grant application.
Click here to read more about how to Apply for a Grant.
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