The California Air Resources Board is mulling changes to its regulations aimed at reducing emissions from certain heavy-duty vehicles.
Truck owners may be eligible for funds to buy truck equipment for reducing diesel emissions.
The cleaner air is due to better technology, not from a slowdown in cargo.
They were calling attention to port “Clean Trucks” programs and California Air Resources Board clean-air regulations that begin Jan. 1.
California Air Resources Board directed its staff to return to the board next April with a new provision.
The next phase will ban trucks equipped with engine model years 1993 and older from the port.
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