Clean Truck Program
Truckers who serve port terminals are a vitally important link in Seattle’s seaport operations. The port’s Clean Truck Program aims to keep trucking partners in business while supporting clean air for our communities. As part of the Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy, the ports of Seattle, Tacoma and Metro Vancouver adopted guidelines in 2008 for reducing the air emissions from trucks, in addition to ships and cargo handling equipment operating in and around our harbors.
ScRAPS 2 Truck Replacement Program
It Just Got Easier To qualify for ScRAPS 2
Now up to 100 trips to container terminals in Tacoma can count toward the 200 total trips to Northwest Seaport Alliance terminals required to qualify for ScRAPS 2. A minimum of 100 trips to terminals in Seattle are required as part of the 200 trip total.
In August the ports of Tacoma and Seattle formed the Northwest Seaport Alliance to jointly manage marine cargo facilities. Find more information on the Alliance at www.nwseaportalliance.com
New options, incentive amounts, other changes
for ScRAPS 2
On August 3, 2015 the ScRAPS 2 program changed. Two new options for scrapping and replacing trucks will will replace the old options.On August 3, 2015 the ScRAPS 2 program changed. Two new options for scrapping and replacing trucks will will replace the old options.
New options/incentive amounts:
2007+ Incentive – Provides up to 50 percent of the purchase price of a replacement truck with a 2007 or newer engine, capped at $20,000.
2010+ Incentive – Provides up to 50 percent of the purchase price of a replacement truck with a 2010 or newer engine, capped at $27,000.
- The number of trucks an eligible trucking company can apply to replace will increase from two to four.
- The allowable mileage on a replacement truck with a 2010 or newer engine will increase from 500,000 to 750,000.
The goal for the next phase of the Port of Seattle’s Clean Truck program is for all drayage trucks that enter the port’s container terminals to have model-year 2007 or newer engines or to meet 2007 federal emissions standards by January 1, 2018. The requirement is aimed at reducing air emissions from port-related activities.
To help truck owners meet the requirement, the port and the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency launched ScRAPS 2 (Seaport Truck Scrappage and Replacements for Air in Puget Sound. ScRAPS 2) is funded by state and federal grants.
For more information on the program as it exists after August 3, 2015, click here here
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ScRAPS 2 Office at Terminal 5
3520 26th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.