Understanding Southern California’s Warehouse ISR Compliance Rules

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The South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) introduced the Warehouse Indirect Source Rule (ISR) to improve air quality in communities near large distribution centers that have significant emissions from medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.

Warehouses operators with more than 100,000 sq ft located in the greater Los Angeles area will have to begin tracking and offsetting emissions impacts from Class 2b-8 truck trips that occur at the warehouse. The more diesel trucks that visit a warehouse, the more emissions mitigation actions the warehouse must take—and the financial impacts can be significant.

Watch the recording to learn about:

  • Specifics about the Warehouse Indirect Source Rule
  • How warehouse operators can work with the carriers that service their facilities to immediately comply
  • Insight into the deadlines and how to make this more cost effective

Tom Swenson

Manager-Global Regulatory Affairs

Cummins Inc. and CNGVP President

Ashley Remillard

Vice President, Legal and Government Affairs

Hexagon Agility and CNGVP Vice-President

Randon Lane

Senior Public Affairs Specialist

South Coast Air Quality Management District