FleetCrew offers compliance assistance for fleets that must comply with the Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP). This voluntary statewide system allows Owners or Operators of portable engines and certain other types of equipment (such as air compressors, generators, concrete pumps, tub grinders, wood chippers, water pumps, drill rigs, pile drivers, rock drills, abrasive blasters, aggregate screening and crushing plants, concrete batch plants, and welders), register their units under the Air Resources Board's (ARB) Statewide Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP) in order to operate their equipment throughout California without having to obtain individual permits from any of California's 35 air quality management or air pollution control districts (air districts).
Registration is good for three years from the month it was originally issued. All reporting is done on paper forms and mailed to the California Air Resources Board directly. Our emission consultants specialize in providing professional guidance and assistance in reporting your fleet and completing updates.Our experienced emission consultants will walk you step-by-step to help:
- Gather a complete non self-propelled inventory list, including all fuel types.
- Determine your fleet’s specific compliance requirements at the air district & state level.
- Help you understand engine tiers, phase out schedule and labelling requirements.
- How to deal with emergency events and notification process.
- How to complete the PERP application, registration and renewal process.
- How to determine equipment unit eligibility and engine eligibility.
- How to deal with flexibility and resident engines.
- How to deal with inspection and reporting requirements.
FleetCrew offers compliance assistance for fleets that must comply with the Portable Diesel Engine Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) Regulation. It is an airborne toxic control measure designed to reduce the particulate matter emissions from portable diesel fueled engines rated at 50 bhp or larger. Particulate matter emission from diesel-fueled engines was identified as a toxic air contaminant in 1998, and this ATCM is one of several control measures developed since then to reduce the toxic health risk associated from exposure to these emissions. On January 1, 2013, the Portable Engine Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) fleet emission standards went into effect.
The ATCM required owners of portable engines to submit a Fleet Compliance Report to the Air Resources Board by March 1, 2013. Our emission consultants specialize in providing professional guidance and assistance in reporting your fleet and completing annual updates.Our experienced emission consultants will walk you step-by-step to help:
- Gather a diesel non self-propelled inventory list regardless of how permitted.
- How to calculate Fleet Size, Fleet Average and Average PM Emission Levels.
- How to navigate through the new Phase-out schedule by fleet size.
- How to deal with exemptions, low use, emergency use and retrofit devices.
- How to complete recordkeeping and reporting requirements (separate from PERP).
- Understand the prohibition of sale requirements and ATCM colored placards.
- Understand upcoming amendments to the 2017 and 2010 fleet average emission standards.