Support Clean Trucks in Colorado
Colorado is considering a rule that would expand the state’s zero-emission truck fleet and create cleaner air for families.
Why It Matters
The majority of medium and heavy-duty trucks on the road today rely on dirty diesel engines which emit dangerous pollutants that worsen air quality and can cause disease and even early death.
What’s the Solution?
Colorado's Air Quality Control Commission is considering adopting the Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) rule. If the rule is adopted this year, it would require manufacturers of medium and large vehicles to gradually increase their percentage of zero-emission vehicle sales, starting with model year 2027 vehicles. Selling clean vehicles in place of the dirty diesel vehicles sold now would improve air quality and help the health of all Coloradans.
What Can I Do?
Counterspark is calling on all Coloradans who support cleaner air – and the adoption of this rule – to send an email to the Air Quality Control Commission through the form on this page. By hearing from the general public, they are more likely to make the right choice and act for healthy air.