Project Description: CARB Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) for Portable Diesel Engines
Location: Southern California
Agency: California Air Resources Board (CARB)
Date: December 2018
Clients who own fleets consisting of portable diesel-fueled engines with a brake horsepower of 50 bhp or greater must comply with The Portable Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) in order to reduce diesel particulate matter (PM) emissions. TES, Inc. works with fleet owners to determine which vehicles were currently apart of the fleet and then help guide the collection of the PERP registration number, engine family name, and brake horsepower for each vehicle’s diesel engine into CARB’s Emission Calculator. TES, Inc. provides the client a summary of their compliance status for the next three compliance terms and make recommendations on what needs to be done to the diesel engines in the fleet in order to meet each compliance term’s PM requirement.