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West Coast Collaborative: Public-private partnership to reduce diesel emissions
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Cleaner Fuels & Technologies

There are three primary approaches to reducing diesel emissions:

  • Cleaner Fuel Use: The Collaborative
    is fuel neutral and supports “cleaner” forms of diesel fuel and
    alternatives to diesel fuel.

  • Engine Retrofit: The Collaborative broadly defines
    diesel engine retrofits as engine replacements, repair,
    retrofit (aftertreatment controls) or repower. 
  • Idle Reduction: There
    are numerous technologies and practices that can be used to
    reduce unnecessary idling from trucks, locomotives and marine
    vessels. 

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