In the state of California, the Air Resources Board requires that heavy-duty vehicles respect standards of maintenance established by law. The experts at Diesel Pollution Solutions are here to help you comply and certify that.
Half of the air pollution in the state is estimated to be produced by vehicles. Gross Polluters are those vehicles that emit high levels of smoke. Although they represent a small percent of the vehicle population (10-15%), they are such heavy polluters that they are likely accountable for more than half of all vehicle produced smoke.
Gross Polluters emit more smoke than all other vehicles. Therefore, fleet operators are responsible for keeping their vehicles well-maintained and sustainable. Complying with CARB's regulations and getting a certificate:
Smoke Inspections for heavy-duty vehicles are conducted in California:
Diesel Pollution Solutions is staffed with experts that will certify your emission output. With the help of Diesel Pollution Solutions' team you will have:
Our company doesn't cover just some aspects of the activities necessary to keep your fleet compliant. Diesel Pollution Solutions' mission is to help you with all the compliance demands. We can also help you:
No, the smog certification is required by DMV for registration renewals. The smoke inspection is required by the Air Resources Board and it concerns heavy-duty vehicles.
Yes. After the smoke inspection, fleet operators have to maintain and provide certification that the PSIP has been conducted. CARB staff can conduct compliance checks and can issue fines. Diesel Pollution Solutions will certify your vehicle emission and offers digital record keeping.