Construction & Earthmoving Equipment
Construction equipment is a major contributor to air pollution, especially when large construction projects are adjacent to neighborhoods. To address this source of air pollution, the California Air Resources Board adopted the nation's first regulation aimed at cleaning up off-road construction equipment such as bulldozers, graders, and backhoes. Starting in 2014, these requirements ensure fleets gradually turnover the oldest and dirtiest equipment to newer, cleaner models and prevent fleets from adding older, dirtier equipment.
The Off-Road Zone helps owners and operators of heavy-duty off-highway diesel equipment navigate and comply with regulations.