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Portlands All Service Moving Tops List of ODEQ's 2022 Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant recipients


ODEQ, August 19, 2022 The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality recently announced recipients of nearly $7.5 million in funding for projects designed to reduce diesel emissions across the state and among vulnerable populations. Under the Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program, eight selected projects will help eliminate air contaminants affecting public health and climate by retrofitting or replacing older medium- and heavy-duty diesel equipment with new, cleaner alternatives. The selected projects will remove more than 38 tons of harmful air pollution, including nitrogen oxide and fine particulate matter, from Oregon’s air. Projects range from retiring an old diesel transit trolley and purchasing a new, all-electric one in Wilsonville to replacing two diesel refuse trucks with one all-electric and one compressed natural gas hauler in Athena, to installing diesel particulate filters and replacing medium- and heavy-duty diesel trucks with zero-emission transportation in the Portland Metro area and across the state.


“In its second year, the Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program continues to encourage businesses and government organizations to commit to cleaner air,” said DEQ Air Quality Division Administrator Ali Mirzakhalili. “DEQ offers many programs in addition to this grant to support the reduction of transportation-related emissions. The goal is to help transition light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles to zero emissions throughout Oregon.”


2022 recipients, primary locations, proposed projects and awards are as follows:


  • All Service Moving (Portland): Replace 10 older, medium- and heavy-duty diesel trucks with 10 all-electric trucks and add charging stations. Grant amount: $1,553,850

  • City of Newberg (Newberg): Replace two diesel trucks with one, all-electric truck. Grant amount: $682,500

  • City of Portland (Portland): Replace five diesel, materials and equipment trucks with five that are all-electric. Grant amount: $850,000

  • Humbert Refuse (Athena): Replae two diesel refuse trucks with one all-electric hauler and one compressed natural gas hauler. Grant amount: $718,501

  • Iron Oxen (Portland): Replace a combination of five diesel drayage trucks with five all-electric drayage trucks. Grant amount: $2,041.063

  • MTRWestern (Portland): Replace two diesel MCI J4500 motor coaches, powered by Model Year 2006 engines, with two all-electric motor coaches. Grant amount: $1,194,936

  • R.A. Anderson Group, LLC (Estacada): Retrofit one dump truck, currently with a Model Year 2001 diesel engine, with a diesel particulate filter meeting Clean Air Construction Standard requirements. Grant amount: $28,364

  • South Metro Area Regional Transit/City of Wilsonville (Wilsonville): Replace a 21-year-old diesel transit trolley with an ADA-accessible, all-electric trolley. Grant amount: $412.500


2022 Grant Amount Total: $7,481,714

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