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BAAQMD Regulation 8, Rule 44 and Rule 46, currently require controls for loading of specified cargoes such as gasoline, gasoline blending stocks, aviation gas, JP-4 aviation fuel, and crude oil. This measure will identify current emissions and emissions controls, and compliance. The measure will determine if further emissions reductions are feasible by enhancing enforcement, requiring additional controls, and/or by expanding the rule to currently exempt cargoes.

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All stationary internal combustion engines larger than 50 hp must:

  • Obtain a BAAQMD Permit to Operate 
  • And if it is a diesel engine, comply with the BAAQMD-administrated Statewide Air Toxics Control Measure (ATCM) for Stationary Diesel Engines (Portable engines are exempt from the stationary ATCM)

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Last Updated: 7/31/2012