CleanFleets – CARB Compliance Regulations
The American Alliance Authority & Compliance (AAA&C) is excited to announce the endorsement of CleanFleets.net as our partner specializing in CARB fleet compliance. We have agreed to function as a clearinghouse of timely and accurate information to keep construction and interstate freight trucking moving toward compliance with a multitude of safety and emissions mandates.
While we are continuing the legal challenge to these burdensome regulations, it is critical that all motor carriers who operate or enter California, including drivers, brokers and shippers understand and act upon immediate deadlines that can cost you money and many cases a lot of money in non-compliance fines.
Under the AAA&C-WTA-CCTA-CleanFleets partnership, members or clients will receive discounted CARB compliance services that are personalized to their fleet. The partnership will also serve as an advocate for construction and interstate truckers to recapture the significant compliance costs by educating developers, public works managers and private parties that they are required to hire only compliant carriers.
For 1-3 truck compliance (Call us)
For 4 or more trucks
contact CleanFleets.net and
let them know AAA&C sent you
About CleanFleets Business
CleanFleets.net provides engineering, regulatory compliance, and Information technology solutions to owners of diesel engines. We offer diesel fleets a one-stop integrated diagnostic, engineering, procurement and compliance monitoring service in the complex area of diesel risk reduction. Project Manager Sean Edgar has a dozen years of experience in diesel fleet rule development and implementation and our team of experienced analysts and support staff provide service to more than 200 public and private fleets.
The key value proposition to our clients is that we work directly for the fleet owner to determine the most effective strategies available from multiple vendors. We do not sell retrofit parts, we sell compliance solutions.
Clean Fleets.net provides the critical link between developing regulatory programs, a dynamic technology market, and the vehicle or equipment owner’s planning and execution of a compliance plan. Today’s fleets need to quantify the emissions from their California-based diesel engines and plan for future reductions in air impacts from diesel particulate to greenhouse gas.
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