CARB reinstates Cleaire LongMile DPF verification

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Updated Dec 21, 2011

Cleaire Advanced Emission Controls on Thursday, Dec. 15, announced that the California Air Resources Board has reinstated the verification of its LongMile diesel particulate filter system, allowing the company to immediately market and install systems to support California fleet regulations and air quality improvement efforts.

Cleaire says CARB directed the company to suspend the sales and installation of the LongMile system on Sept. 17 and issued an executive order reinstating the system’s verification on Dec. 7. Cleaire says that in order to lift the suspension, the company had to satisfy a number of CARB-directed requirements.

“Cleaire was able to expeditiously address each of the CARB requirements through a dedicated effort by Cleaire staff, our dealers, CARB and end-user customers in order to bring the LongMile back to the market,” says Gale Plummer, chief executive officer. “We are pleased that we were able to satisfy the CARB requirements in less than 90 days.”