SB 2385


IFRA Position: Monitor


Senate Sponsors

Sen. Javier L. Cervantes

Synopsis As Introduced

     Amends the Environmental Protection Act. Defines terms. Provides that, within one year after the amendatory Act's effective date, the Environmental Protection Agency shall cite specified federal resources, informed by satellite and community data when available, when determining the placement of air monitoring devices at truck-attracting facilities. Requires truck-attracting facilities to continuously monitor onsite emissions for diesel particulate matter and nitrogen oxides. Allows local authorities to employ mobile air monitoring in vehicles dedicated for that purpose or in fleet vehicles in the course of conducting regular business. Requires the Agency to conduct truck counting on a representative sample of local roads where trucks enter or exit a commercial freight trucking facility each year.

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