How concerned are you about the air pollution caused by various equipment types?
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Carl Moyer Program Overview
The Carl Moyer Program (CMP) was created in 1998 to reduce air pollution from trucks, buses, marine vessels, trains, construction equipment, and agricultural equipment. The CMP is a statewide, voluntary program that provides money, through grants, to equipment owners and fleets (public and private) to reduce air pollution. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) implements the CMP for the Bay Area with the guidance of the CA Air Resources Board. At least half of the money awarded since 1998 has been awarded to projects that benefit the communities most impacted by air pollution. The BAAQMD has awarded over $216 million to projects to-date.
Your input will inform our outreach efforts and will help us identify new projects to improve air quality in Bay Area communities. We appreciate your help in completing this 10 minute survey.
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More information about the BAAQMD Carl Moyer Program can be found at: www.baaqmd.gov/moyer
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