Clean Air Construction Standard: Proposed Update Information Session - Shared screen with speaker view
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David - is there an inventory list publicly available for Port’s equipment, by Tier, and by where/how they are used?
Is that publicly available?
technical question: are DPF’s easily interchangeable between equptment? Wondering if construction companies could possibly withold the DPF’s for agency funded projects, which would not push the market toward cleaner construction
How are you planning to track implementation in regards to inventory?
Yes - sort of
It would be nice to see how the implementation would effect the DEQ PATS model emissions model.
When will the registration website that the City of Portland is developing be available to use?
Will registration on this website for contractors be tied to prequalification with the City of Portland? and/or Bid Award for projects?
Nice presentation. Thank you!
How exactly was the DEQ inventory used within this program or will be used? And will DEQ be continuing to refine it based on this program?
Is Kevin the contact person to help contractors access the Grant Funds that were mentioned in this presentation?
Can you speak to the environmental justice implications associated with pushing this program out, given that the communities most impacted health-wise by diesel emissions are also being disproportionately impacted by COVID-19?
Do you have a readily or publicly available list of publicly funded projects? By year?
Eric Feeley - DEQ
Kendall, Kevin is a good resource as Stacey described. If you are interested in grant funds that could be available at DEQ please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you Eric!
For a future look at projects, budget documents are always publicly available and will list projects that are known and planned
Since there is this proposal to update the standard in Port of Pdx, Mult. Co, Metro, WA County, do you know if there plans for other jurisdictions (i.e. Clackamas County) to adopt this standard once it has been developed? What are the implications of dirtier equipment going to areas that do not have this standard?
Thanks for this presentation!
Thank you so much for taking the time to walk us through this.
Here's a direct link to the timeline update page.