The Port of Oakland held a press conference last week to provide an update on where they were in reaching their emission reduction goals.  

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Devine was given a shout out for having the newest fleet serving the port.  These trucks have the latest in emission reduction and fuel economy technologies.

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We are proud to be part of the port’s 98% reduction in truck diesel particulate matter.  98%! Wow! That’s huge!

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