The Northeast Diesel Collaborative (NEDC) combines the expertise of public and private partners in a coordinated regional initiative to significantly reduce diesel emissions and improve public health in the eight northeastern states.
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The NEDC would like to extend a special thanks to all of our stakeholders and sponsors for joining us in Providence and taking part in a truly wonderful two days of informative, engaging and actionable discussions that will serve to move the transportation, goods movement, and construction sectors or the Northeast toward a more sustainable and prosperous future. THANK YOU!

Northeast Diesel Collaborative 2015 Partners Meeting


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View the 2015 Breathe Easy Leadership Program Award winners.

View the full recap of the Northeast Diesel Collaborative 2015 Partners Meeting in pictures here.


New U.S. EPA Resource Helps Schools Reduce Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution

Children boarding a school busNearly 17,000 schools in rural and urban areas across the U.S. are located near heavily traveled roads, exposing kids to traffic-related air pollutants. To help schools reduce kids’ exposures to traffic-related air pollution, EPA has compiled best practice solutions that schools across the country have employed. Best Practices for Reducing Near-Road Pollution Exposure at Schools summarizes several strategies that can be used by schools including ventilation, filtration, voluntary building occupant actions, school transportation policies, school siting and site layout decisions, and the use of sound walls and vegetative barriers. Read EPA's blog to learn more, and share this resource with others who may be interested: www.epa.gov/schools/best-practices-reducing-near-road-air-pollution-exposure-schools.