Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1. Cutting a minimum three-inch (3”) hole in the engine block (the part of the engine containing the
cylinders) is the preferred scrapping method.
2. Disabling the chassis may be completed by cutting through the frame/frame rails on each side at a
point located between the front and rear axles.
3. Evidence of appropriate disposal (such as digital photos of the engine tag showing serial number,
engine family number, and engine model year, and of the destroyed engine block and cut frame rails
or other structural components) is required in a final assistance agreement report submitted to EPA.
4. Equipment and vehicle components that are not part of the engine or chassis may be salvaged from
the unit being replaced (e.g. shovels, seats, tires, etc.). If scrapped or salvaged engines, vehicles,
equipment, or parts are to be sold, program income requirements apply. Plow blades shall not be
included with vehicle and shall be removed by the State prior to pick up.
5. The Vendor shall have 90 days after notification by the State to complete the decommissioning.