Regulation Of Fuels And Fuel Additives: Standards For Highway Diesel Fuel Quality-Sulfur Content; And Control Of Air Pollution From New Motor Vehicles And New Motor Vehicle Engines: Standards For Oxides Of Nitrogen Emissions From Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines, And Correction Of Type 2-D Diesel Test Fuel Specification For Light-Duty Vehicles, Light-Duty Trucks And Heavy-Duty Engines, Final, FEDERAL REGISTER July 14, 1994..
This rule requires all highway diesel fuel comply with a maximum sulfur content standard of 0.05 percent by weight, effective 10/1/93. Rule required by section 211(i) of the CAA, as amended in 1990. Rule was proposed on 7/17/91. Limited discussion of environmental and economic impacts. Impacts result from removal of a two year extension for compliance with the previous diesel fuel sulfur standard (8/21/90) for small refineries. Analysis of the extension was provided in the RIA for that rule (see A.90.8).
|Office of Air and Radiation|
|Office of Mobile Sources|
|Emission Control Technology Division|
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