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Tractor Buy Back Program


TERP is a program of TCEQ. Since 2001, TERP has provided thousands of Texans with grant funding to purchase new vehicles and equipment. By working to remove outdated vehicles and equipment from the road, job site, or field, TERP is accomplishing its mission to cut NOx emissions and reduce impacts on the environment.




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A first come, first served grant program to upgrade or replace diesel heavy-duty vehicles and equipment. Examples of commonly funded equipment: haul trucks, forklifts, agricultural tractors, cement trucks, water trucks, and excavators.


Grants to replace or repower drayage trucks and cargo or container handling equipment operating at least 200 days a year at eligible seaports and Class I rail yards in Texas. Examples of commonly funded equipment: haul trucks, forklifts, and terminal tractors.


To qualify for the buy back program, vehicles must be operational and registered in Ventura County and additional eligibility requirements apply. To find out if your car qualifies, go to the Ventura County link on the Old Car Buy Back website:www.oldcarbuyback.com or call the Old Car Buy Back Hotline: (800) 717-7624.


APCD is required by state regulations to offer to sell any eligible vehicle to the public and hold the vehicle for a minimum of 10 days during which the vehicle will be made available for public inspection prior to dismantling. The Dismantler shall extend the waiting period for a minimum of 7 additional days if contacted by any person interested in the vehicle. A link to the available inventory of eligible vehicles may be found on the upper right hand corner of the Ventura County APCD page, which is linked towww.oldcarbuyback.com.


The District has prepared application forms that will be used for all three grant programs, and projects will be assigned to each program based on qualifying criteria. Eligible projects include the following:


The Clean Air Fund was created by a donation from the 3M Company. The Clean Air Fund Advisory Committee reviews all grant proposals and makes recommendations for funding to the Air Pollution Control Board. We are currently accepting proposals for projects that reduce air pollutant emissions. In the past, Clean Air Fund grants were used for the Electric Vehicle Incentive Program, Electric Lawn Mower Trade-in Program, the Commercial Leaf Blower trade-in program, and Electric Vehicle Charging Station grants. Contact Danny McQuillan at (805) 303-3662.


On June 20, 2017, the Air Pollution Control Board awarded $500,483 to assist with the purchase of eight school bus replacements at four local school districts. Ventura Unified School District received four new low-emission (0.2 grams per brake horsepower-hour (g/bhp-hr) Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx)) diesel buses, and Pleasant Valley School District received two new low emission buses. Moorpark Unified School District and Rio School District each received one school bus replacement grant. These grants were funded by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Carl Moyer Reserve Funds, and final project selection was performed by CARB staff. This program was designed to replace the older 1980s Crown school buses that cannot be retrofitted with diesel PM filters. The exemption from the On-Road Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Regulation for these school buses ended on January 1, 2017. Staff contacted all the public school districts in the county and requested grant applications for any qualifying school bus that was being used on a daily basis. School buses having the highest annual mileage were the most cost-effective replacement projects and were given priority for state funds.


BackgroundProtecting Blue Whales and Blues Skies is a partnership which provides monetary and public relations incentives to the operators of certain ocean-going vessels (OGV), cargo container ships and roll-on/roll-off (Ro-Ro) vessels, to reduce speeds in specified areas off the California coast. Reducing ship speeds cuts emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx), toxic diesel particulate matter (DPM), sulfur compounds, and greenhouse gases (GHGs); reduces the risk of fatal ship strikes on whales; and reduces underwater acoustic impacts.In 2014, VCAPCD partnered with Santa Barbara County APCD and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary (CINMS) to launch a voluntary Vessel Speed Reduction (VSR) Trial incentive program in the Santa Barbara Channel, which was modeled after successful programs at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. See the2014 VSR Trial Report. The 2014 Trial was followed by a yearlong effort in 2015 by the Marine Shipping Working Group under the CINMS Advisory Council to develop strategies to further reduce air pollution and protect whales in the Santa Barbara Channel region. In its final report to the CINMS Advisory Council, the Working Group expressed unanimous support for a second VSR incentive program. The 2014-15 efforts of the Protecting Blue Whales and Blue Skies partnership were recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with a national Clean Air Excellence Award in 2016.The partnership conducted the second VSR incentive program in 2016. The Protecting Blue Whales and Blue Skies partnership has implemented a VSR incentive program every year during peak ozone and whale season since 2016. The current Protecting Blue Whales and Blue Skies partners include the following government agencies, non-profit organizations, private foundations and technical services companies:


The voluntary 2021 VSR incentive program started on May 15, 2021 and will conclude on November 15, 2021. Eighteen shipping companies enrolled their eligible ships (container ships and Ro-Ro ships, also known as car carriers) in the 2021 VSR incentive program, the highest enrollment since the inception of the program. Program partners are collecting and analyzing ship speed data from various Automated Identification System (AIS) data sources. Participating companies will be rewarded based on the percent of distance their fleets travel at speeds of 10 knots or less in the designated VSR zones (Southern California Region and San Francisco Bay Area).


More information on the Protecting Blue Whales and Blue Skies partnership and VSR incentive programs can be found on the Santa Barbara County APCD website and the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary website (links below).


Eligible projects for this funding, which will focus on under-served areas in our county, will be administered using the Carl Moyer grant program guidelines and include, but are not limited to the replacement of diesel equipment, including agricultural tractors and irrigation engines, construction equipment and transit and school buses.


The APCD Board has also authorized grant funding for the Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions (FARMER) Program, which provides for the expenditure of funds from Assembly Bill (AB) 134 and AB 109. These bills provide funding for agricultural harvesting equipment, replacement or electrification of irrigation engines, tractors, and other equipment used in agricultural operations. These projects also must be consistent with the Carl Moyer Program guidelines.


Chevron Corp. plans to buy back $75 billion of shares and increase dividend payouts after a year of record profits that evoked angry denunciations from politicians around the world as soaring energy prices squeezed consumers.


Yes, Tractor Supply Company announced its first quarterly cash dividend program on March 1, 2010. This year marks the 14th consecutive year the quarterly dividend to shareholders has been increased. Dividends are paid in March, June, September and December. In 2011, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.035 to $0.06 per share. In 2012, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.06 to $0.10 per share. In 2013, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.10 to $0.13 per share. In 2014, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.13 to $0.16 per share. In 2015, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.16 to $0.20 per share. In 2016, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.20 to $0.24 per share. In 2017, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.24 to $0.27 per share. In 2018, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.27 to $0.31 per share. In 2019, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.31 to $0.35 per share. In 2020, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.35 to $0.40 per share. In 2021, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.40 to $0.52 per share. In 2022, the Company increased its quarterly dividend from $0.52 to $0.92 per share.


Gun buybacks remove working guns from our communities so they cannot be used for illegal activity or discharged accidentally. Even lawfully obtained guns can be stolen from homes and vehicles and later used in criminal activity. According to the FBI, from 2012 to 2017, more than $829 million worth of guns were reported stolen from individuals nationwide, amounting to an estimated 1.8 million guns.Source.


Program OverviewThe Zero-Emission Agricultural Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV) Voucher Program provides monetary incentives for the replacement of existing diesel or gasoline-powered UTVs and tractors with less than 25 horsepower with new, zero-emission UTVs to qualified individuals, businesses, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations involved in California agricultural operation as defined by the California Air Resources Board. Funds are provided on a first come, first serve basis and applicants must obtain a signed voucher from the SJVAPCD prior to purchasing new equipment.


This purchase more than quadrupled their land base, but also meant the tribe owed the state government millions of dollars. It originally planned to pay back its loans by sustainably logging the land, but that would have taken a long time. "We needed to be creative about how we were going to attack this problem," Myers said. "We needed to be courageous in leaning into what we had." 041b061a72


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