Registro de motores diésel para agricultura

En 1998, la Junta de Recursos del Aire de California (California Air Resources Board, CARB) identificó la materia particulada (particulate matter, PM) de diésel como un contaminante tóxico del aire (Toxic Air Contaminant, TAC). Con el fin de reducir la exposición del público a la PM, la CARB aprobó varias medidas regulatorias que afectan a la gran mayoría de motores diésel que operan en California. El Distrito para el Control de la Calidad del Aire del Área de la Bahía (Distrito de Aire) y otras agencias locales de calidad del aire en toda California deben implementar estas regulaciones, también conocidas como Medidas de control de contaminantes tóxicos del aire (Airborne Toxic Control Measures, ATCM). Las ATCM para los motores fijos de ignición por compresión (Compression Ignition, CI) incluyen los requisitos para los motores de ignición con diésel que se usan en las operaciones agrícolas.

In 1998, the California Air Resources Board identified diesel particulate matter as a toxic air contaminant. In order to reduce the public’s exposure to diesel PM, CARB has approved a number of regulatory measures affecting the vast majority of diesel engines operating in California. The Air District and other local air quality agencies throughout California are required to implement these “Airborne Toxic Control Measures,” or ATCMs.

The ATCM for Stationary Compression Ignition Engines (Sections 93115 through 93115.15, Title 17, of the California Code of Regulations) includes requirements for diesel-fueled engines used in agricultural operations.

You are required to keep your stationary agricultural diesel engine registration current as long as you operate your equipment.

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Renewal

The previous stationary agricultural diesel engine registration system went offline in 2016. The Air District will issue new renewal invoices to all facilities that had active registrations for stationary agricultural diesel engines at that time. To renew a stationary agricultural diesel engine registration which expired prior to 2016, please contact the .

Future renewal invoices will be sent out annually, typically 30 to 60 days before expiration.

Fees

The registration fees are set forth in Regulation 3, Schedule R. Both initial registration fee and annual renewal fee are for each engine. The Alternative Compliance Plan fee is for each plan submitted under Air District Regulation 11, Rule 17, Section 402. You will be invoiced for the annual renewal fees prior to the expiration of the registration.

Late registrations will incur a back fee equal to the annual renewal fees prorated from the effective date of registration requirements, up to a maximum of five years.

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Last Updated: 6/14/2015