Washington Clean Diesel Grant Program
Ecology welcomes applications for grants to help reduce emissions from heavy-duty diesel vehicles and equipment.
For details, see diesel grant application.
Who can apply?
- Public utility districts or co-ops
- Regulated utilities
- Transit authorities
- School districts
- State government
- Non-profit organizations
- Privately-owned diesel fleets operating mainly in Washington
- Local clean air agencies
What types of clean diesel activities are eligible for grants?
- Exhaust retrofits
- Idle reduction
- Engine repowers
- School bus replacements
- Orchard heater replacements
- Other projects on approval
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:
- First priority: Public fleets including cities, counties,
public utility districts/co-ops, port and transit authorities, schools districts,
tribes and state agencies.
- Second priority: Privately-owned vehicles and equipment that:
- provide and maintain public service such as garbage collection,
recycling, and utilities;
- construct public roads and buildings; and
- operate on port properties or are associated with port activities.
Washington Clean Diesel Program Grants
Frequently Asked Questions About the Diesel Grant Program
Grant Guidelines and Application
Diesel Grant Equipment List
Clean Diesel Awards (November 2013)
Manson School District Pilot Project
Department of Revenue: Truck Stops and Diesel Truck Drivers - Tax Incentives
For more information, contact Cindy James at email@example.com or (360) 407-6568.
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