Refrigerated Transporter recently put on a webinar entitled “California emissions regulations for transport refrigeration units.”
This webinar, with officials from the California Air Resources Board (CARB), covered all facets of CARB's Airborne Toxic Control Measure for In-Use Diesel-Fueled Transport Refrigeration Units (TRU) and TRU Gen Sets regulations.
Particular attention was paid to how the phased-in compliance works, and to the various options for meeting engine performance standards.
There was also the opportunity for attendees to have their questions on the matter answered.
A recording of the webinar, which was sponsored by Johnson Truck Bodies, Proventia, and Reviva, is available on Refrigerated Transporter's website — refrigeratedtrans.com.
Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies offers a full line of refrigerated truck bodies and all-electric truck refrigeration solutions, including the new RouteMax clean and green refrigeration system.
Proventia develops diesel emission control systems to meet CARB regulations, including the CARB-approved Proventia Flow Through Filter for TRUs.
Reviva, the largest independent remanufacturer of gas and diesel engines in North America, is now offering CARB-approved remanufactured diesel-fueled TRU engines.