Presentations from Forward Wisconsin: Reducing Diesel Emissions for the Long Haul (July 20, 2005)
Speakers at this event discussed the public health and environmental impacts of diesel exhaust, retrofit technologies, and anti-idling technologies. Each of the presentations from the event, which was held at Milwaukee Area Technical College in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, is below. The presentations are in pdf format.
- "What are the Public Health Implications from Diesel?" by Dr. M. Werner, Wisconsin Department of Public Health and Family Services
- "Wisconsin's Air Quality - Meeting the Clean Air Challenges" by L. Eagan, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
- "Overview of Idle Reduction Options for Trucks, Buses, and Locomotives" by Dr. L. Gaines, Argonne National Lab
- "Fleet Idle Reduction Perspectives" by D. Dammon, Shneider National
- "Quad/Graphics and the SmartWay Transport Partnership Experience" by J. Drake and S. Geshrick, Quad/Graphics
- "Overview of Diesel Retrofit Control Options" by D. McKinnon, Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association
- "Wisconsin School Bus Retrofit Program" by M. Birschbach, Inland Detroit Diesel-Allison and J. Garrett, Donaldson Comapny, Inc.
- "Biodiesel: A Transparent Solution for Emissions Reductions" by A. Pearson, National Biodiesel Board