Date

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The Air District is accepting applications for grant funding for projects that reduce toxic air emissions and ozone-forming pollutants from older, polluting diesel engines through the Community Health Protection Grant Program.

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Eligible equipment includes medium and heavy-duty trucks and buses, mobile construction and industrial equipment, marine vessels, locomotives and school buses.  Funding is available for projects that:

  • Replace older equipment with newer, cleaner equipment
  • Replace older engines with newer, cleaner engines or convert to zero-emissions power system
  • Install electric charging or fueling infrastructure in support of new zero- or near-zero emissions equipment

View press release.

View Community Health Protection Grant Program web page.

Last Updated: 4/24/2018