Mobile source p2 vehicle idle reduction
Download
1 / 20

Mobile Source P2: Vehicle Idle Reduction - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 168 Views
  • Uploaded on

Mobile Source P2: Vehicle Idle Reduction. Mike Moltzen EPA Region 2. Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Roundtable Summer Conference New York City, August 25, 2005. Overview. Health effects of diesel emissions Idle Reduction Basics Regulatory Approach Voluntary Programs Funding.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Mobile Source P2: Vehicle Idle Reduction' - taregan


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Mobile source p2 vehicle idle reduction l.jpg

Mobile Source P2:Vehicle Idle Reduction

Mike Moltzen

EPA Region 2

Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Roundtable Summer Conference

New York City, August 25, 2005


Overview l.jpg
Overview

  • Health effects of diesel emissions

  • Idle Reduction Basics

  • Regulatory Approach

  • Voluntary Programs

  • Funding


Health effects diesel emissions major pollutants l.jpg
Health Effects: Diesel Emissions & Major Pollutants

PM2.5

(2.5 µm)

PM10

(10µm)

Particulate Matter (PM):Deep lung penetration

Nitrogen Oxides (NOx):Smog/Ozone precursor

Air Toxics: 40 Hazardous Chemicals

Diesel pollution causes aggravated asthma, lung damage, respiratory ailments, cancer & premature death.

Human Hair Cross Section = 70 µm


Reducing diesel emissions major pollutants l.jpg
Reducing Diesel Emissions & Major Pollutants

The Three ‘R’s

  • Retrofit

  • Replace

  • Reduce Idling


Why consider the three r s l.jpg
Why consider the Three ‘R’s?

Diesel engines are very durable, engines will emit pollutants at (or above) the level allowed by the emission standards in place at the time it was manufactured.


Idle reduction basics cost benefits l.jpg
Idle Reduction Basics:Cost & Benefits

Cost

  • Idle reduction policies can be adopted with little or no cost.

  • Investments may be necessary for education and outreach, signage and technology.

    Benefits

  • Reduce fuel consumption and SAVE $

    • A class 8 truck idling for one hour uses 0.82 gallon of fuel

  • Reduce unnecessary diesel emissions

    • An idling class 8 truck emits 144 grams NOx and 8,224 grams CO2 per hour


Idle reduction basics technology l.jpg
Idle Reduction Basics:Technology

Multi-sector technology is available

  • On-road: Auto-shutdown, Advanced Truck Stop Electrification, Auxiliary Power Units

  • Non-road: Electrification, Auto-shutdown

  • Marine: Cold-ironing, Strong-arm docking

  • Locomotive: Shore-power, “Greengoats”

  • Airports: Gate electrification


Technology on road non road l.jpg
Technology:On-road & Non-road

  • Advanced Truck Stop Electrification: Provides amenities to drivers of long-haul vehicles while allowing engine shutdown

  • Electrification: Stationary equipment can be purchased/retrofit to operate on grid-power

  • Auto-shutdown: Systems for heavy-duty diesel on-road and non-road vehicles/equipment that automatically shutdown engines after 3 to 5 minutes of idle

  • Auxiliary Power Units: Smaller auxiliary engines that provide necessary power without idling the main engine


Idle reduction technology example l.jpg
Idle Reduction Technology:Example

Advanced Truck Stop Electrification technology:


Technology examples marine locomotive airport l.jpg
Technology Examples:Marine, Locomotive & Airport

Marine

  • Cold-ironing: Provides electrical grid power to docked vessels

  • Strong-arm docking: System of docking that allows vessels to “anchor” without pushing against the dock

    Locomotive

  • Shore-power: Provides electrical grid power to locomotives at terminals

  • “Greengoats”: Locomotive switcher engines that operate on hybrid series technology, reducing idling

    Airport

  • Gate Electrification: Provides grid power to airplanes while planes reside at gates


Regulatory efforts l.jpg
Regulatory Efforts

State Laws

  • New York: 5 minutes idling time limit on heavy duty vehicles

  • New Jersey: 3 minutes idling time limit on diesel powered motor vehicles

    State Law enhancements (examples)

  • NYC Local Law: 3 minutes idling time limit on all vehicles

  • Rockland County Sanitary Code: 3 minutes idling time limit on all vehicles


Epa s national clean diesel campaign l.jpg
EPA’s National Clean Diesel Campaign

The NCDC is a sector based program aimed at reducing diesel emissions and finding innovative ways to protect human health and the environment.

Approach:

  • Implementation of rules

  • Development of new emissions standards

  • Promotion of voluntary programs

  • Promotion of collaborative efforts


Epa s voluntary programs l.jpg
EPA’s Voluntary Programs

Clean School Bus USA

  • Goal: Reduce school bus emissions by retiring old buses, retrofitting existing buses and adopting idle reduction policies

  • Idle reduction:

    • Adoption of idle reduction programs

    • Dispelling idling myths

    • Providing outreach materials

      EPA Region 2-NYAPT MOU


Epa s voluntary programs14 l.jpg
EPA’s Voluntary Programs

SmartWay Transport Partnership

Idle-Free Corridors

  • Goal: Eliminate all unnecessary long-duration truck and locomotive idling along major transportation corridors

  • Approach:

    • Behavioral change

    • Technology

    • Idling laws


Epa s voluntary programs15 l.jpg
EPA’s Voluntary Programs

Clean Construction USA

  • Goal: Promote the reduction of diesel exhaust emissions from construction equipment and vehicles

  • Idle reduction:

    • Adoption of idling limits

    • Efficient staging zones

    • Identification of idling zones away from fresh air intakes, HVAC and windows


Epa s voluntary programs16 l.jpg
EPA’s Voluntary Programs

Clean Ports USA

  • Goal: Reduce diesel emissions from port related activities

  • Approach:

    • Retrofit and replace older diesel engines

    • Use clean fuels

    • Provide economic incentives for ports’ contracts with tenants, contractors, and others

    • Idle reduction


Northeast diesel collaborative l.jpg
Northeast Diesel Collaborative

A regional initiative founded by EPA Regions 1 and 2 with the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management to reduce diesel emissions from the on-road, construction, marine and rail sectors.

Idle reduction:

  • Promotion of idle reduction projects

  • Promotion of idling laws: the New York Metropolitan Air Quality Initiative

  • Promotion of EPA voluntary programs (i.e. Idle Free Corridors, Clean School Bus)

  • Idle reduction at border crossings


Funding examples l.jpg
Funding Examples

EPA funding:

  • National Clean Diesel Campaign

  • Clean School Bus USA

  • SmartWay

  • Clean Construction

  • Clean Ports

    Other funding:

  • Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ)

  • Clean Cities Program

  • Loan Programs


Summary l.jpg
Summary

  • Diesel emissions represent a health and environmental threat.

  • Solutions to reduce idling emissions from mobile sources have been implemented successfully across the country!

  • Regulatory and voluntary efforts are successful in reducing idle emissions.

  • Funding to establish idle reduction programs is available.


Thank you l.jpg
Thank You!

Mike Moltzen

Moltzen.Michael@epa.gov

www.epa.gov/cleanschoolbus

www.epa.gov/cleandiesel

www.epa.gov/smartway