Carl Moyer Program Contact Information - California Air Districts
This page was last reviewed January 7, 2015
|The Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program provides incentive funds for the incremental cost of cleaner than required engines and equipment. Eligible projects include cleaner on-road, off-road, marine, locomotive and stationary agricultural pump engines, as well as forklifts, airport ground support equipment, and auxiliary power units. The program achieves near-term reductions in emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx), particulate matter (PM), and reactive organic gas (ROG) which are necessary for California to meet its clean air commitments under the State Implementation Plan. In addition, local air districts use these emission reductions to meet commitments in their transportation conformity plans, thus preventing the loss of federal funding for local areas throughout California. In addition particulate matter (PM), a component of diesel exhaust, has been identified as a toxic air contaminant by the Air Resources Board.|
The Air Resources Board sets the minimum requirements for the Carl Moyer Program, while local air districts implement the program on the ground by soliciting funding applications, selecting projects and entering in to contracts to fund new engines, vehicles, and Equipment. Most air districts have specific periods during the year when Carl Moyer Program funding is available.
If you are not sure which air district to contact, please view the California Counties with Air District Maps or click the button to use the District Lookup tool.
|Please call the contact person for your district for further information on the Carl Moyer Program. For Air Districts marked with an asterisk (*), the Carl Moyer Program is implemented by another air district. Please use the contact information provided.|
|For more information regarding the ARB's Carl Moyer Program, email us or contact ARB's Diesel Hotline.|