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					   Item                  Data Elements                                                                                                                        Instructions
            Awarding Federal agency and
            Organizational Element to Which Report U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,                Enter the name of the awarding Federal agency and organizational element identified in the award document or otherwise
            is Submitted                           Region V                                             instructed by the agency. The organizational element is a subagency within an awarding Federal agency.
            Federal Grant or Other Identifying
            Number Assigned by the awarding
            Federal agency                         2D-00E83601-0                                   Enter the grant/award number contained in the award document.
                                                                                                   Enter the prime recipient organization's Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number or Central Contract
            DUNS Number                                   92-932-7880                              Registration extended DUNS number.
            EIN                                           38-6000134                               Enter the recipient organization's Employer Identification Number (EIN) provided by the Internal Revenue Service.
                                                                                                   Enter Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) number on the award document or provided by the awarding
            CFDA                                                                             66.04 agency
                                                          Michigan Department of Environmental
                                                          Quality, P.O. Box 30473, Lansing, MI     Enter the name of recipient organization and address, including zip code. This should be the same name and address
            Recipient Organization                        48909                                    that appears in recipient’s Central Contract Registration profile.
            Recipient Account Number or Account                                                    Enter the account number or any other identifying number assigned by the recipient to the award. This number is strictly
            Number                                                                                 for the recipient's use only and is not required by the awarding Federal agency.
                                                                                                   Indicate the project/grant period established in the award document during which Federal sponsorship begins and ends.
                                                                                                   Note: Some agencies award multi-year grants for a project/grant period (e.g., 5 years) that are funded in increments
                                                                                                   known as budget periods or funding periods. These are typically annual increments. Please enter the project/grant period,
            Project/Grant Period                          4/14/09 - 9/30/2010                      not the budget period or funding period.
                                                                                                   The frequency of required reporting is quarterly. Enter the ending date of the reporting period. For quarterly reports, the
                                                                                                   following calendar quarter reporting period end dates shall be used: 6/30; 9/30; 12/31, or 3/31;. For final PPRs, the
            Reporting Period End Date                                                    6/30/2009 reporting period end date shall be the end date of the project/grant period.
            Final Report                                  No                                       Mark appropriate box. Check ―yes‖ only if this is the final report for the project/grant period specified in Box 6.
            Report or Frequency                           Quarterly                                Select ―quarterly‖ for quarterly reports and/or ―final‖.
            Performance Narrative                                                                  LEAVE BLANK
            Other Attachments                                                                      Attach other documents as needed or as instructed by the awarding Federal agency.
                                                                                       Section 1 Project / Activity Information
                                                   Please provide requested information for each project of activity for which recovery funds were expended or obligated.

   Item                  Data Elements                                                                                                                        Instructions
ARRA-1-01   Name of Project or Activity                   State Clean Diesel Grant Program (B)          Enter a brief descriptive title of the project.
ARRA-1-02   Total Amount of Recovery Funds Received                                                     Enter the cumulative amount of actual recovery funds (cash) received from the Federal agency as of the reporting period
            from Federal Agency Indentified in Block 1:                                                 end date.
                                                                                         $1.7 million
ARRA-1-03   Amount of recovery funds received that                                                  Enter cumulative total for the amount of Federal fund expenditures. For reports prepared on a cash basis, expenditures
            were obligated or expended to projects or                                               are the sum of cash disbursements for direct charges for property and services; the amount of indirect expense charged;
            activities:                                                                             the value of third-party in-kind contributions applied; and the amount of cash advance payments and payments made to
                                                                                                    subccontractors and subawardees. For reports prepared on an accrual basis, expenditures are the sum of cash
                                                                                                    disbursements for direct charges for property and services; the amount of indirect expense incurred; the value of in-kind
                                                                                                    contributions applied; and the net increase or decrease in the amounts owed by the recipient for (1) goods and other
                                                                                                    property received; (2) services performed by employees, contractors, subcontractors, subawardees, and other payees;
                                                                                                    and (3) programs for which no current services or performance are required. Also include program income expended in
                                                                                          $7,422.80 accordance with the deduction alternative, rebates, refunds, or other credits.
   Item                  Data Elements                                                                                                                          Instructions
ARRA-2-01   Name of Project or Activity                     State Clean Diesel Grant Program (B)       Enter a brief descriptive title of the project.

ARRA-2-02   Description of Project or Activity                              C06.02                     Select activity code(s) from list in the instructions.

ARRA-2-03   Evaluation of completion status of the                Less than 50% completed              Options include not- started, Less than 50% completed, Completed 50% or more, Fully Completed
            project or activity.
            (Please choose one.)
ARRA-2-04   Estimate of the number of jobs created by     Based on submitted data from applicants Provide estimated number and/or narrative description of jobs created. For estimated number, include those new
            this project or activity.                                 for the state RFP process: 32 positions created and filled, or previously existing unfilled positions that are filled, as a result a result of funding by the
                                                                                                    American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). This definition covers only positions established in the United States
                                                                                                    and outlying areas (Outlying areas‖ means—
                                                                                                    (1) Commonwealths.
                                                                                                    (i) Puerto Rico.
                                                                                                    (ii) The Northern Mariana Islands;
                                                                                                    (2) Territories .
                                                                                                    (i) American Samoa.
                                                                                                    (ii) Guam.
                                                                                                    (iii) U.S. Virgin Islands; and
                                                                                                    (3) Minor outlying islands .
                                                                                                    (i) Baker Island.
                                                                                                    (ii) Howland Island.
                                                                                                    (iii) Jarvis Island.
                                                                                                    (iv) Johnston Atoll.
                                                                                                    (v) Kingman Reef.
                                                                                                    (vi) Midway Islands.
                                                                                                    (vii) Navassa Island.
                                                                                                    (viii) Palmyra Atoll.
                                                                                                    (ix) Wake Atoll.
                                                                                                    The number shall be expressed as ―full-time equivalent‖ which shall include full-time, part- time, temporary, permanent,
                                                                                                    positions as expressed as a ―person-year,‖ consistent with the recipient’s existing personnel procedures. This includes
                                                                                                    positions at the prime recipient’s level, and the prime recipient’s estimate of positions at the first subcontract or subaward
                                                                                                    tier.
ARRA-2-05   Estimate of the number of jobs retained by Based on submitted data from applicants      Provide estimated number and/or narrative description of jobs created. For estimated number, provide an estimate of
            this project or activity.                  for the state RFP process and state          those previously existing filled positions that are maintained and an estimate of previously filled positions that are
                                                       employees working directly and indirectly    maintained as a result of funding by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. This definition covers only positions
                                                       on this project: 93                          established in the United States and outlying areas. The number shall be expressed as ―full-time equivalent‖ which shall
                                                                                                    include full-time, part- time, temporary, permanent, positions as expressed as a ―person-year,‖ consistent with the
                                                                                                    recipient’s existing personnel procedures. This includes positions at the prime recipient’s level, and the prime recipient’s
                                                                                                    estimate of positions at the first subcontract or subaward tier.
ARRA-2-06   Total cost of infrastructure investments                                          $0.00 Cumulative total cost.
            made by State and Local governments:
ARRA-2-07   For State/local infrastructure investment: N/A                                            Describe objective of the infrastructure investment.
            What is the purpose of investment made by
            State and local governments for funding
            the infrastructure investment with funds
            made available under this Act?
ARRA-2-08   For State/local infrastructure investment:                      N/A                       Explain how the infrastructure investment will contribute to one or more purposes of the Recovery Act:
            What is the rationale of the Award
            Recipient for funding the infrastructure                                                  Purposes:
            investment with funds made available                                                      (1) To preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery.
            under this Act?                                                                           (2) To assist those most impacted by the recession.
                                                                                                      (3) To provide investments needed to increase economic efficiency by spurring technological advances in science and
                                                                                                      health.
                                                                                                      (4) To invest in transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic
                                                                                                      benefits.
                                                                                                      (5) To stabilize State and local government budgets, in order to minimize and avoid reductions in essential services and
                                                                                                      counterproductive state and local tax increases.

ARRA-2-09   For State/local infrastructure investment:   N/A                                          Provide name, phone number, address and email address of the appropriate contact in the state/local government.
            Who should we contact if we have
            concerns about this infrastructure
            investment?
ARRA-2-10   NEPA Compliance Status                       Completed. Preliminary finding of no         The state of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance will be reported either as (1) completed with the type of
                                                         significant impact/environmental             NEPA compliance, or (2) in progress as follows:
                                                         assessment (FONSI/EA) on the Diesel
                                                         Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) Grants         ―NEPA is not triggered – For example: No NEPA because no agency discretion for (descriptive name and statutory
                                                         Program was issued for public review on      citation for the activity or program).
                                                         3/23/09. The 30-day comment period
                                                         closed on 4/22/09; no comments were          ―Categorical Exclusion: cite CE used and date completed (the date will be the date of the document when agency NEPA
                                                         received. Accordingly, per the language in   procedures require documentation, or a date after the determination has been made that there are no extraordinary
                                                         the preliminary FONSI, and 40 CFR            circumstances).
                                                         6.203(b), the FONSI is now final.
                                                                                                      ―Environmental Assessment (EA): identify the EA and provide: (1) date of public involvement as practicable, if not
                                                                                                      practicable then date interagency involvement; (2) date of notice of Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) (if required);
                                                                                                      or (3) date EA/FONSI are completed.

                                                                                                      ―Environmental Impact Statement (EIS): identify the EIS and provide: (1) date of Notice of Intent: (2) date of EPA
                                                                                                      published notice of availability of the draft EIS; (3) date of EPA published notice of availability of the final EIS; (4) date the
                                                                                                      Record of Decision is signed; or (5) appropriate date of any subsequent supplemental NEPA review and documentation.‖


                                                                                                      For additional information on compliance with and reporting on requirements under the National Environmental Policy Act
                                                                                                      (NEPA), contact the awarding agency.
ARRA-2-11   NEPA Compliance Supporting Information       N/A                                          Provide any additional information if required by the awarding agency.
Subawardee or Subcontract Award Information - Please provide requested informaton for each subawardee or subcontract for which $25,000 or more of Recovery Act funds were obtained or
                                                                                       expended
                                                Insert and polpulate a new column to the right of column C for each subaward/contract).
ARRA-3-01   Sub-Recipient DUNS Number                  N/A                              Enter the recipient organization's Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number or Central Contract Registration
                                                                                        extended DUNS number.
ARRA-3-02   Award Number or Other Identifying Number N/A
            Assigned by the Awarding Entity                                             Enter the grant/award number assigned by the awarding entity to the subrecipient.
ARRA-3-03   Sub-Recipient Name:                        N/A                              Legal name of recipient as registered in the Central Contractor Registration (ccr.gov)
ARRA-3-04   Sub-Recipient Location                     N/A                              Physical location as listed in the Central Contractor Registration. For congressional district, use the format: 2 characters
                                                                                        State Abbreviation – 3 characters District Number, e.g., CA-005 for California 5th district, CA-012 for California 12th
                                                                                        district, NC-103 for North Carolina’s 103rd district. If the program/project is outside the US, enter 00-000.

ARRA-3-05   Sub-Recipient Type                          N/A                             Select primary category from the list of categories provided in the instructions.
                                                        N/A
ARRA-3-06   Sub-Recipient Category                      N/A                             Select one or more that apply from the list of categories provided in the instructions.
                                                        N/A
ARRA-3-07   Amount of Contract or Sub-Award (Current N/A                                Enter the cumulative amount of cash disbursed to the subawardee or subcontractor as of the reporting period end date.
            Contract/Sub-Award Value)
ARRA-3-08   Amount of Contract or sub-Award (Ultimate N/A                               Enter the anticipated total amount of cash to be disbursed to the subawardee or subcontractor by the expiration date of
            Contract/Sub-Award Value)                                                   the subaward or subcontract, respectively.
ARRA-3-09   Sub-Award Date                              N/A                             Self-explanatory.
ARRA-3-10   Primary Performance Location                N/A                             Physical location of primary place of performance.
                                                        N/A
ARRA-3-11   For the five most highly compensated        N/A                             Provide the names and total compensation of the five most highly compensated officers of the recipient entity if--
            officers of the entity: the names and total N/A                             (1) the recipient in the preceding fiscal year received--
            compensation                                N/A                              (a) 80 percent or more of its annual gross revenues in Federal awards; and
                                                        N/A                              (b) $ 25,000,000 or more in annual gross revenues from Federal awards; and
                                                        N/A                             (2) the public does not have access to information about the compensation of the senior executives of the entity through
                                                        N/A                             periodic reports filed under section 13(a) or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78m(a), 78o(d)) or
                                                        N/A                             ―Total Compensation‖ means the complete pay package of each of the recipient’s compensated officers, including all
                                                                                forms of money, benefits, services, and in-kind payments, for which less that $25,000 the Securities and Exchanges
  Subawardee or Subcontract Award Information - Aggregated. Please Provide requested information on subawards and subcontracts consistent with the regulations of of recovery funds were
                                                                             expended or obligated.
   Item                  Data Elements                                                                                                           Instructions
ARRA-4-01   Total Number of Subcontracts and                       N/A                  Self-explanatory.
            Subawards less than $25,000/award
ARRA-4-02   Total Amount of Subcontracts and           N/A                              Enter the total cumulative amount of cash disbursed to subawardees and subcontractors for which less than $25,000 of
            Subawards less than $25,000/award                                           recovery funds were expended or obligated. This aggregate amount should be cumulative as of the reporting period end
                                                                                        date.
                                        U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
                      National Clean Diesel Funding Assistance Program Reporting Spreadsheet
Grant Recipient: Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Reporting Contact                 Name                                              Phone                     email
                              Donna Davis                                        517-335-2784           davisd8@michigan.gov
Grant #: 2D-00E83601-0
Reporting Period: April 14, 2009 - June 30, 2009

Table 1. Rate of Expenditure. Please record all expenses incurred during the reporting
period for each budget category.
                                                              Additional     Source of
                                            Source of Cost- Leveraged        Leveraged
                 Federal Funds Cost-Share         Share         Funds          Funds
Personnel
Fringe                4,266.04            0               0              0                   0
Benefits              2,116.97            0               0              0                   0
Travel                     0.00           0               0              0                   0
Equipment                  0.00           0               0              0                   0
Supplies                   0.00           0               0              0                   0
Contractual                0.00           0               0              0                   0
Other                      0.00           0               0              0                   0
Indirect Charges      1,039.79            0               0              0                   0
TOTALS                7,422.80            0               0              0                   0

Table 2. Purchases and Installations

                                                This Reporting   Cumulative to   Remaining for
                  Number of:                        Period           Date           Project
                          **Vehicles Purchased               0               0   N/A
                             Vehicles Scrapped               0               0   N/A
              **Nonroad Equipment Purchased                  0               0   N/A
                 Nonroad Equipment Scrapped                  0               0   N/A
                             Engines Purchased               0               0   N/A
                **Engines Installed (Repower)                0               0   N/A
                              Engines Scrapped               0               0   N/A
               Retrofit Technologies Purchased               0               0   N/A
              **Retrofit Technologies Installed              0               0   N/A
                   Engine Upgrades Purchased                 0               0   N/A
                  **Engine Upgrades Installed                0               0   N/A
        Idle Reduction Technologies Purchased                0               0   N/A
       **Idle Reduction Technologies Installed               0               0   N/A
   Tires/Aerodynamic Technologies Purchased N/A                  N/A             N/A
  **Tires/Aerodynamic Technologies Installed N/A                 N/A             N/A
                       Fuel Purchased (gallons) N/A              N/A             N/A

Table 3. Fleet Information. Record the specific fleet information for those items in Table 2 that are marked with "**"
and that have an entry in the "This Reporting Period" column . Insert additional rows into Table 3, as needed.
                 Existing Vehicle Information                           Replacement or Technology Information
                                                                Emission
                                                               Reduction
                                               Serial # or      Strategy                      Serial # or
 Target Fleet Vehicle Type Vehicle Class           VIN       Implemented Make/Model              VIN           Cost




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Table 5. Narrative Responses
                    Question                                                                                Answer
                                                   On May 8, 2009, the State of Michigan, Department of Environmental Quality developed and issued a Request for Projects
In addition to any purchases and installations     (RFP) to public and private entities to submit proposals for idle reduction, engine repowers and upgrades, and vehicle
shown in Table 2, what actual                      replacement projects using certified/verified EPA or CARB technology. The amount for grant funding made available under
                                                   the RFP was $1.5 million. The RFP was open for a period of 30 days and closed on June 15, 2009. The state received (10)
accomplishments occurred during the reporting      applications in response to the RFP for requested funding levels totaling $3,086,330. The (10) applicants proposed a total of
period?                                            (16) different projects on (286) vehicles and equipment, and included engine upgrades, engine repowers, use of idle

Provide a comparison of actual
                                                   reduction RFP was issued vehicle replacements. The following RFPs was completed on time to be implemented:2009.
                                                   The state technology and on time in May 2009. The review of technologies were requested at the end of June certified
                                                   Expected outputs (i.e. number of applications and projects proposed in response to the RFP) was 29% lower than expected.
accomplishments with the anticipated               It was estimated in the work plan that a total of (403) vehicles and equipment would receive clean diesel technology
                                                   upgrades under this funding opportunity. However, only (10) applications were submitted for projects totaling (286)
outputs/outcomes and timelines/milestones          vehicles and equipment. There were no project proposals, equipment or technologies proposed for the energy production or
specified in the project work plan.                agricultural sectors as anticipated in the work plan.
                                                   All timelines for project milestones were met according to the submitted work plan and no problems were encountered
If anticipated outputs/outcomes and/or             during this reporting period. Anticipated outputs (response to the state RFP) were lower than expected most likely due to
timelines/milestones are not met, why not?         the shortened timeframe for state RFP application submission (30 days). Many eligible entities that were interested in
                                                   submitting an application to the state were not able to complete the application requirements within the expedited
Did you encounter any problems during the          timeframe. Additionally, the required match under the state RFP (for some equipment technologies and vehicles) was
reporting period which may interfere with          unanticipated and beyond the funding levels for many possible applicants' budgets as many were two months shy of closing
                                                   out their fiscal years. Finally, the priority of the state RFP was to assist those areas of Michigan struggling to attain
meeting the project objectives?                    compliance with the PM 2.5 standard, and therefore limits were placed on which areas of the state would receive a

How do you propose to remedy any problems?
Identify how and the date you will get back on     In the future, a way to encourage more applicants for the next state RFP that will be issued in 2010 is to broaden the overall
                                                   outreach effort about the National Clean Diesel Program and its coalition, the Michigan Clean Diesel Initiative (MiCDI).
course to meet the anticipated                     The state received a number of inquiries from individuals and groups after the RFP application period was closed so interest
outputs/outcomes and/or timelines/milestones       remains very strong for more funding assistance for clean diesel projects in the state.

specified in the project work plan.
Was any program income generated during the
reporting period? Identify amount of program       No program income was generated during this reporting period.
income, how it was generated, and how the
program income was/will be used.
                                                   All public relations activities that took place during this period were in relation to the issuance of the state RFP. This
Did any public relations events regarding this     included a department-wide press release; e-mail distribution to both interested parties, MiCDI coalition members and
                                                   others; posting of the RFP's availability on both the state ARRA web site, the MiCDI web site, and the U.S. EPA Region V
grant take place during the reporting period?      clean diesel web site. Some statewide associations assisted the department in the PR effort by redistributing the e-mail
                                                   announcement or press release directly to their membership. Additionally, department staff responded to over 200 phone
Are you using websites or other tools used to      Yes, we use websites, word of mouth, networking and e-mail partnerships to get the word out about the National Clean
                                                   Diesel program and its coalition partner, the MiCDI as well as any upcoming funding opportunities that exist. In fact, in
relay information about this grant to the          anticipation of the ARRA competitive funding for the DERA program, the department sponsored a statewide grant writing
                                                   workshop in February 2009 to assist potential applicants so that they could submit strong grant proposals.
public?
                                                   Project recommendations for funding will be signed off by the department's management during the next reporting period.
What project activities are planned for the next   Grant contracts will be developed for sub-grantees based on negotiations for funding as recommended and approved. Grant
reporting period?                                  contracts will be presented to the State Administrative Board, which approves all statewide contracts in excess of $25,000.
                                                   This is expected to be accomplished by the end of September 2009 and grant contract agreements will be signed by the sub-
Did all grant funded construction solicitation,
contracts and sub-agreements include Davis-
Bacon Act Requirements?                                                         Not Applicable. No sub-grants made during this reporting period.
Did you and/or your sub recipients receive and
review certified weekly payroll records per
Department of Labor for WH-347 for sub-
agreements and construction contracts?                                          Not Applicable. No sub-grants made during this reporting period.

Do all contracts include conditions for the
required use of American Iron, Steel and
Manufactured Goods (Buy American)?                                              Not Applicable. No sub-grants made during this reporting period.




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Region        Model Year States   Sectors
                                                     Vehicle
         1          1970   AK     School Buses       Type
         2          1971   AL     Ports              On Highway
         3          1972   AZ     Construction       NonRoad
         4          1973   AR     Delivery Truck
         5          1974   CA     Transit Buses

         6          1975 CO       Locomotive

         7          1976 CT       Refuse Hauler

          8         1977   DE     Utility Vehicle
          9         1978   DC     Long Haul Trucks
         10         1979   FL     Agriculture
                    1980   GA     Mining
                    1981   HI     Marine

                    1982   ID     Other
                    1983   IL
                    1984   IN
                    1985   IA
                    1986   KS
                    1987   KY
                    1988   LA
                    1989   MA
                    1990   ME
                    1991   MD
                    1992   MH
                    1993   MI
                    1994   MN
                    1995   MS
                    1996   MO
                    1997   MT
                    1998   NE
                    1999   NV
                    2000   NH
                    2001   NJ
                    2002   NM
                    2003   NY
                    2004   NC
                    2005   ND
                    2006   OH
                    2007   OK
                    2008   OR
                    2009   PA
                    2010   RI
                    2011   SC
                    2012   SD
                TN
                TX
                UT
                VT
                VA
                WA
                WV
                WI
                WY




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                                   Swathers
                                   Sweepers/Scrubbers
                                   Tampers/Rammers (unused)
                                   Terminal Tractors
                                   Tillers > 6 HP
                                   Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes
                                   Trenchers


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Vehicle Class or Type of Nonroad Equipment
Class 5
Class 6
Class 7
Class 8A

Class 8B

School Bus

Transit Bus
-
2-Wheel Tractors
ACRefrigeration
Aerial Lifts

Agricultural Mowers
Agricultural Tractors
Airport Support Equipment
Balers
Bore/Drill Rigs
Cement & Mortar Mixers
Combines
Concrete/Industrial Saws
Cranes
Crawler Tractors
Crushing/Proc. Equipment
Dumpers/Tenders
Excavators
Ferries
Forklifts
Graders
Hydro Power Units
Irrigation Sets
Light Commercial Air Compressors
Light Commercial Gas Compressors
Light Commercial Generator Sets
Light Commercial Pressure Washer
Light Commercial Pumps
Light Commercial Welders
Locomotives Line-Haul
Locomotives Switch
Locomotives Other
Logging Equip Fell/Bunch/Skidders
Logging Equipment Chain Saws > 6
Logging Equipment Shredders > 6
Off-Highway Tractors
Off-highway Trucks
Other Agricultural Equipment
Other Construction Equipment
Other General Industrial Equipment
Other Material Handling Equipment
Pavers
Paving Equipment
Plate Compactors
Railway Maintenance
Rollers
Rough Terrain Forklifts
Rubber Tire Dozers
Rubber Tire Loaders
Scrapers
Signal Boards
Skid Steer Loaders
Sprayers
Surfacing Equipment
Swathers
Sweepers/Scrubbers
Tampers/Rammers (unused)
Terminal Tractors
Tillers > 6 HP
Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes
Trenchers


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Emisson Reduction Strategy
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + B10
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + B20
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + B100
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + Closed Crankcase Ventilation
+B10
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + Closed Crankcase Ventilation
+B20
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + Closed Crankcase Ventilation +
B100
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + Emulsion
Diesel Particulate Filter
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + Closed Crankcase Ventilation
Diesel Particulate Filter + Closed Crankcase Ventilation
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + Closed Crankcase Ventilation +
ULSD (for Nonroad only)
Diesel Oxidation Catalyst + ULSD (for Nonroad only)
Hybrid Electric Replacement with Diesel Particulate Filter
Partial Flow Filter
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Replacement
Lean NOx Catalyst/Diesel Particulate Filter
Selective Catalytic Reduction
Exhaust Gas Recirculation + Diesel Particulate Filter
Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD)
Compressed Natural Gas
Liquid Natural Gas
Biodiesel (B20)
Biodiesel (B100)
Hybrid
Engine Repower
Engine Replacement
Vehicle Replacement
Direct Fired Heater
Auxiliary Power Unit
Engine Shutdown
Other

				
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