- The Diesel Emissions Quantifier (Quantifier) is a tool to help fleet owners, school districts, municipalities, contractors, port authorities, and others estimate cost effectiveness and environmental impact of emission reduction technologies that have been added to vehicles and equipment. Estimates are made using specific information about a fleet, such as miles driven, fuel mileage, and others. This site will also help you to prepare and submit your diesel emissions data to EPA.
Biodiesel Board emissions calculator. It gives a general
idea of emissions reductions as a percentage and in lbs based
on the amount of fuel used and the percent BD blend.
- EPA's Biodiesel
- PM Calculator
will calculate controlled emissions for filterable PM2.5 and
filterable PM10 for point sources only.
E-CALC'99 Emissions Calculator. Pace is a tool to calculate
gasoline emissions such as VOCs, Toxics and NOx based on fuel
- MOBILE6 Vehicle Emission
MOBILE6 is an emission factor model for predicting gram per mile
emissions of Hydrocarbons (HC), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen
(NOx), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Particulate Matter (PM), and toxics
cars, trucks, and motorcycles under various conditions.
- EPA's AirData: Access
to Air Pollution Data.
The AirData Web site gives you access to air pollution data for
entire United States. Want to know the highest ozone level
measured in your state last year? Ever wonder where air pollution
monitoring sites are located? Are there sources of air pollution
in your town? You can find out here! AirData
produces reports and maps of air pollution data based on criteria
that you specify.