Case Studies & Testimonials
Work with a leading provider of emissions control technologies and products that has a successful record of reducing emissions with minimum impact on daily fleet operations.
Bay Area Air Quality Management - Port of Oakland, California
Maryland School Bus Retrofit - Montgomery & Prince George Counties, Maryland
DATTCO School Bus Project - New Britain, Connecticut
Lane Regional Air Protection Bus Project - Central Oregon
"You guys had the best reductions for an EPA-certified maintenance-free device out of the competitors. Dana Brewster at CDTi was there when I needed him. He came out and took measurements on the trucks, held workshops, worked with the local installers to make sure they were keeping up their end of things, and really helped a lot to increase our air quality letter grade."
"Extremely helpful, cooperative, understanding. Environmentally sound use of stimulus funds."
"I have nothing but wonderful things to say about everyone I've dealt with at CDTi and Emissions Retrofit Group - from the technical people to sales and installers/distribution. They are accommodating; they handle any concerns we've had promptly; and most importantly; keep our equipment functioning. This has been a superior product in every sense. It's been trouble-free; it's doing the job of reducing emissions; the cost for initial set-up and installation was reasonable; ongoing maintenance is minimal.and it works well."
"I like the CDTi product as it is very user friendly. The Combiclean is a great cleaning machine."
"Equipment was delivered on time and intact; kits were accurate and complete; support was good from CDTi staff. Installations were done properly through CDTi's local distributor."
"Quality of each product is good. There is minimal maintenance with CCV."
"We contacted CDTi Regional Manager David Secord who traveled to Messer Construction to inspect the proposed fleet of equipment, made an analysis of the equipment "most suitable" for an CDTi emission reduction solution and provided outstanding technical and logistical support to our grant program. As a direct result of our previous grant project success we competed for and obtained a $2 million grant in 2009 which we are currently administering in partnership with more than 20 AGC of Kentucky member companies including Messer Construction and CDTi."