The Washington State Department of Ecology welcomes applications for grants to help reduce emissions from heavy-duty diesel vehicles and equipment.
For details, please see “Announcement of funds available, grant guidelines and application”.
Who can apply?
Please see the grant guidelines for details on eligible applicants
What types of clean diesel activities are eligible for grants?
Please see the grant guidelines for details on eligible activities
How are applications evaluated?
Ecology will evaluate all applications to determine how the project will cost effectively reduce exposure to diesel emissions and improve public health for Washington’s citizens. In addition, we will prioritize all applications as follows:
Please see the grant guidelines for details on current priorities
#08106 Diesel Particle Filters & Partial Flow Filters for School and Transit Buses
#11005 Diesel Oxidation Catalysts & Crankcase Emission Controls for Public Fleets
#C0900219 Retrofit Emissions Control Technology [Diesel Oxidation Catalysts (DOCs)] for Privately and Publically-Owned Diesel Fleets
#C1200153 DOCS & CCVS for Public & Private Fleets [attached file] under Emission Control Technology Contractors (Private and Public Fleets)
#C1000113 Idle Reduction Technologies for School and Transit Buses
#C1200176 Idle Reduction Systems for Emergency Response Vehicles in Thurston County
Clean Diesel Awards: as of January, 2013 (XLSX) - requires Excel.
Manson School District Pilot Project
Department of Revenue - Truck Stops and Diesel Truck Drivers - Tax Incentives
PDF forms and other documents may require one of these free readers.
For more information, please contact: Carrol Johnston, (360) 407-6568
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