Economic Impact Of Stage II Vapor Recovery Regulations: Working Memoranda, Final.
Economic Impact Analysis for re-proposal of Stage II Vapor Recovery regulations. See A.78.1 for analysis of final rule.
The report assesses the potential economic impact resulting from EPA's Stage II vapor recovery regulations covering gasoline refueling facilities in specified Air Quality Control Regions. Four general subject areas are addressed in the seven tasks which compose the impact study: (1) Number, throughput, and ownership patterns of dispensing facilities in the AQCRs; (2) economic affordability of vapor recovery equipment investment; (3) capital availability for vapor recovery equipment investment for various types of ownership classes; and (4) vapor recovery equipment availability. The report identifies the segments of the retail gasoline industry that are likely to be impacted by the regulation.
|Fuel evaporation; Oxidant precursors; Gasolines; Automobiles; Vapor recovery systems; Socio-economic factors; California; Washington; D.C.; Virginia; Los Angeles; Colorado; Maryland; Massachusetts; New Jersey; Texas; Houston|
|Office of Air and Radiation|
|Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards|
|No division specified|
|Lloyd, Kenneth H.|
|Economic Impact Assessment|
|Arthur D. Little, Inc.|