Regardless of how quickly CBEV technology progresses, rest assured diesel trucks will be on the roads for years to come.…
September 09, 2019 | The Minneapolis Star Tribune
The city of St. Paul will replace 10 aging and inefficient public works vehicles with more environmentally friendly models, a switch that will remove the air pollution equivalent of 20,000 cars from city streets over the life of the equipment.
Every dollar spent on these diesel-emission reduction projects results in $13 to $30 in public health benefits, according to the EPA. Shane Wurst, fleet manager for the city of St. Paul, said officials plan to continue looking for grants and other opportunities to make city equipment greener.