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§ 2477.5. Requirements for Owners or Owner/Operators.

13 CA ADC § 2477.5BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 13. Motor Vehicles
Division 3. Air Resources Board
Chapter 9. Off-Road Vehicles and Engines Pollution Control Devices
Article 8. Off-Road Airborne Toxic Control Measures (Refs & Annos)
13 CCR § 2477.5
§ 2477.5. Requirements for Owners or Owner/Operators.
(a) In-Use Performance Standards: In accordance with the schedule set forth below in paragraph (b), no owner or owner/operator shall operate a TRU or TRU gen set in California unless it meets the in-use emission category performance standards set forth below.
(1) In-Use performance standard categories for TRU and TRU gen set engines with rated brake horsepower less than 25 horsepower (<25 hp) are shown in Table 3, along with the engine certification standards or the level of Verified Diesel Emission Control Strategy (VDECS) (see definition) that is necessary to qualify for each category.
Table 3
<25 HP TRU and TRU Gen Set In-Use PM PerformanceStandards
Engine
Certification
Level of VDECS
In-Use Emission Category
(g/hp-hr)
Equipped with
Low Emission TRU (LETRU or L)
0.302
Level 2
Ultra-Low Emission TRU
(ULETRU or U)
NA3
Level 3
(A) Compliance with the in-use performance standards can be achieved by:
1. Using a certified engine meeting the applicable nonroad/off-road emissions standards for all regulated pollutants and the in-use PM performance standard. Only engines for which certification data and deterioration factors have been provided to ARB shall be considered when determining compliance. The Executive Officer will consider such submittals, publish, and make available a list of qualifying engines.
2. Equipping the engine with the required Level of VDECS.
(2) In-Use performance standard categories for TRU and TRU gen set engines with rated brake horsepower greater than or equal to 25 horsepower (≥25 hp) are shown in Table 4, along with the engine certification standards or the level of VDECS that is necessary to qualify for each category.
Table 4
≥25 HP TRU and TRU Gen Set In-Use PM Performance Standards
Engine
Certification
Level of VDECS
In-Use Emission Category
(g/hp-hr)
Equipped with
Low Emission TRU (LETRU or L)
0.224
Level 2
Ultra-Low Emission TRU
(ULETRU or U)
0.025
Level 3
(A) Compliance with the in-use performance standards can be achieved by:
1. Using a certified engine meeting the applicable nonroad/off-road emissions standards for all regulated pollutants and the in-use PM performance standard. Only engines for which certification data and deterioration factors have been provided to ARB shall be considered when determining compliance. The Executive Officer will consider such submittals, publish, and make available a list of qualifying engines.
2. Equipping the engine with the required Level of VDECS.
(3) As an alternative to meeting the ULETRU in-use performance standards in sections 2477.5(a)(1) and (2), an owner/operator may operate a TRU or TRU gen set in California meeting one of the Alternative Technology options listed below. Alternative Technologies qualify to meet the ULETRU in-use performance standard only if the TRU or TRU gen set is operated under the conditions included in the description listed below.
(A) Hybrid Electric TRU or electric standby-equipped TRU may qualify as an Alternative Technology, provided the following conditions are met:
1. The TRU shall not operate under diesel engine power while at a nonretail facility, except during:
a. An emergency (as defined);
b. Normal ingress, egress, and yard maneuvering, limited to 5 minutes per movement inside the facility fenceline or property boundary; or
c. Unit/engine pre-trip inspections, troubleshooting diagnostics, and post-repair check-out (however, this exception does not apply to the initial van chill-down before loading);
2. The facility or facilities that a TRU is normally based or frequents to load or unload perishable goods shall be equipped with electric power plugs located in the parking areas and loading spaces and the TRU shall be plugged into these power plugs during initial chill-down and whenever the refrigerated van or container contains perishable products;
3. All nonretail delivery and pick-up points (as defined) that the E/S-equipped TRU frequents to load or unload goods shall be equipped with electric power plugs if the van load includes perishable goods. Electric power plugs shall be located in the parking areas and loading spaces and the TRU shall be plugged into these power plugs during initial chill-down and whenever the refrigerated van or container contain perishable goods and may need to operate;
4. The TRU engine run time at retail delivery points (as defined) shall not exceed 30 minutes, otherwise electric power plugs are also required at those retail delivery points and must be used to prevent engine operations that exceed 30 minutes at the delivery point;
5. The TRU shall be equipped with non-resettable engine hour meters and electric power use hour meters;
6. At least 50 percent of an owner's hybrid electric or electric standby-equipped TRUs shall be equipped with an electronic tracking systems by December 31, 2012, and 100 percent of an owner's hybrid electric or electric standby-equipped TRUs shall be equipped with electronic tracking systems by December 31, 2013; and
7. The TRU shall be registered in ARBER in accordance with section 2477.5(e).
(B) Hybrid cryogenic temperature control systems may qualify as an Alternative Technology, provided the following conditions are met:
1. The TRU does not operate under diesel engine power while at a nonretail facility, except during:
a. An emergency;
b. Normal ingress and egress yard maneuvering; or
c. Unit/engine pre-trip inspections, diagnostics, and repair operations;
2. The TRU engine run time at retail delivery points (as defined) shall not exceed 30 minutes, otherwise purely cryogenic temperature control shall be used at those retail delivery points to prevent engine operations that exceed 30 minutes at the delivery point;
3. The TRU shall be equipped with non-resettable engine hour meter and cryogenic system use hour meter;
4. The TRU shall be equipped with an electronic tracking system; and
5. The TRU shall be registered in ARBER in accordance with section 2477.5(e).
(C) Alternative-fueled engines (see definition in section 2477.4). If the engine is a CI engine, a VDECS is required.
Note: If the engine is not a compression ignition diesel fueled engine, this regulation would not apply, but the engine may have to meet other emission standards (e.g. large spark-ignited engine standards if >25 hp).
(D) Fuel exclusively with an alternative diesel fuel (see definition in section 2477.4) that has been verified as a VDECS, provided it is used in accordance with the requirements of section 2477.5(h)(1) and the alternative diesel fuel contains no conventional diesel or CARB diesel fuel, except in trace amounts.
(E) Power by fuel cells. If a reformer is used with diesel fuel as the source of hydrocarbons, then emissions must be evaluated and verified through the Verification Procedure Warranty and In-Use Compliance Requirements for In-Use Strategies to Control Emissions from Diesel Engines (13CCR section 2700 - 2710).
(F) Equip with any other system approved by the Executive Officer to not emit diesel PM or increase public health risk while at a facility.
(b) In-Use Compliance Dates: In-use compliance dates are based upon the engine model year or effective model year (as defined in section 2477.4, as listed below, except as allowed in subparagraphs 2477.5(b)(5)(A) and (C)6,7. Compliance dates may also be extended if the requirements of subparagraphs 2477.5(f), (g), (k), (l) or (m) are met.
(1) No owner or owner/operator shall operate a 2001 and older model year (MY) TRU or TRU gen set engine in California unless it meets the in-use performance criteria set forth in section 2477.5(a) for
(A) LETRU on or before December 31, 2008, and
(B) ULETRU on or before December 31, 2015, as shown in Tables 5 and 6.
(2) No owner or owner/operator shall operate a 2002 MY TRU or TRU gen set engine in California unless it meets the in-use performance criteria set forth in section 2477.5(a) for
(A) LETRU on or before December 31, 2009, and
(B) ULETRU on or before December 31, 2016, as shown in Tables 5 and 6.
(3) No owner or owner/operator shall operate a 2003 MY TRU or TRU gen set engine in California unless it meets the in-use performance criteria set forth in section 2477.5(a) for
(A) LETRU on or before December 31, 2010, and
(B) ULETRU on or before December 31, 2017, as shown in Tables 5 and 6.
(4) No owner or owner/operator shall operate a 2004 MY and subsequent MY TRU or TRU gen set engine in California unless it meets the in-use performance criteria set forth in section 2477.5(a) for ULETRU on or before December 31st of the seventh year past the engine's model year, as shown in Tables 58 and 68, with the following exception:
(A) Less than 25 hp model year 2004 engines shall meet the in-use performance criteria set forth in section 2477.5(a), shown in Table 5, for:
1. LETRU on or before December 31, 2011, and
2. ULETRU by December 31, 2018.
Table 5: <25 HP TRU and TRU Gen Set Engines In-Use Compliance Dates
Table 6: ≥25 HP TRU and TRU Gen Set Engines In-Use Compliance Dates
(5) Requirements for TRUs or TRU gen sets that are equipped with flexibility engines and operated in California.
(A) Flexibility engines installed in TRUs and TRU gen sets manufactured prior to March 7, 2011, and operated in California shall meet the in-use performance standards of section 2477.5(a) by December 31st of the seventh year after the TRU or TRU gen set engine's manufacture year instead of the effective model year provided the TRU or TRU gen set owner registers the flexibility engine equipped TRU or TRU gen set in ARBER in accordance with section 2477.5(e) by May 6, 2011.
(B) To allow TRU and TRU gen set owners to meet the registration requirements of subsection (A) above, the original equipment manufacturer shall by April 6, 2011:
1. Provide the following unit and flexibility engine information to ARB in electronic format:
a. TRU or TRU gen set manufacturer;
b. TRU or TRU model name;
c. TRU or TRU gen set serial number;
d. TRU manufacture date;
e. Engine manufacturer;
f. Engine Family;
g. Engine manufacture year; and
h. Engine serial number.
2. Notify the TRU or TRU gen set owners in writing that:
a. The unit they own is equipped with a flexibility or TPEM engine; and
b. The owner must register the TRU or TRU gen set that is equipped with a flexibility engine in ARBER by May 6, 2011.
3. Provide directly or through its dealers instructions and assistance on registration in ARBER to all owners of TRUs and TRU gen sets equipped with flexibility engines that request such help, which shall include specific instructions and assistance that ensures that information entered in ARBER is consistent with what appears on the unit label and engine emissions label, including the model year.
(C) The following requirements shall apply to flexibility engines installed in TRUs and TRU gen sets manufactured after March 7, 2011, and operated in California:
1. The owner of a TRU or TRU gen set that is operated in California shall comply with the in-use performance standards set forth in section 2477.5(a) by December 31st of the seventh year after the engine's effective model year.
2. The original equipment manufacturer shall provide a written disclosure to the ultimate purchaser of a TRU or TRU gen set that is equipped with a flexibility engine prior to its sale in accordance with section 2477.13(a)(3).
(6) The manufacture year of the TRU unit may be used instead of the TRU engine model year to determine the TRU ATCM in-use performance standards that must be met and the related compliance dates; however, this exception only applies if the unit manufacture year shown on the TRU unit label is no more than one year later than the engine model year shown on the TRU engine emissions label. If the difference between the engine model year on the engine emissions label and the unit manufacture year is greater than one year, then the engine model year shall be used in accordance with subsections 2477.5(b)(1), (2), (3), and (4).
(A) If the owner complies with the TRU ATCM in-use performance standard by retrofitting with a VDECS, the engine model year shown on the engine emissions label shall be used to determine engine compatibility with the VDECS, in accordance with the Executive Order for that VDECS.
(B) If the owner of a TRU is required to apply for an ARB Identification Number (IDN), in accordance with section 2477.5(e), the engine model year that is shown on the engine emissions label shall be entered on the IDN application in the engine model year space.
(c) Replacements Due to VDECS Failures.
(1) If a VDECS fails within its warranty period, the owner/operator of the TRU or TRU gen set must replace it with the same VDECS or a higher verification classification level, if available.
(2) If a VDECS fails outside its warranty period and a higher verification classification level VDECS is available, then the owner/operator of the TRU or TRU gen set shall upgrade to the highest level VDECS required under paragraphs 2477.5(a)(1) and 2477.5(a)(2) that is determined to be cost-effective by the Executive Officer.
(d) In-Use Recordkeeping and Reporting. In-use recordkeeping and reporting shall be completed by the owner or operator in accordance with the following:
(1) An owner that is also an operator, shall complete and maintain the operator report in accordance with section 2477.6(a).
(2) An owner that has elected to comply by using a verified alternative diesel fuel shall comply with the recordkeeping requirements in section 2477.5(h)(1).
(3) An owner that has elected to comply by using a hybrid electric TRU or electric standby-equipped TRU must meet the following recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for each unit.
(A) Beginning November 14, 2012, manual recordkeeping is required for all such units until automated monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting is required under the phased compliance schedule in subparagraph (B), below. Manual records shall include the following, for each TRU that is equipped with electric standby or hybrid electric:
1. ARB Identification Number of the unit, issued under section 2477.5(e);
2. Date;
3. Address of each stationary location lasting more than 5 minutes. This record may be a location code for each stationary location, provided the owner or operator also provides a cross-reference of location codes with the corresponding physical addresses;
4. Time of arrival and departure, and the elapsed time calculated from those readings to show the duration of the stationary position;
5. Engine hour meter readings taken at arrival and departure and the elapsed time calculated from those readings to show the TRU engine run time while the vehicle is at the stationary location; and
6. Electric shore power driven electric motor hour meter readings taken at arrival and departure and the elapsed time that electric shore power drove the refrigeration system while the vehicle is at the stationary location.
(B) Automated monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting is required for at least 50 percent of an owner's TRUs by December 31, 2012 and 100 percent of an owners TRUs by December 31, 2013. Automated monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting is required with an electronic tracking system (as defined in section 2477.4) and shall include data that includes the following for each stationary location lasting more than 5 minutes (300 seconds):
1. ARB Identification Number of the unit, issued under section 2477.5(e);
2. Date;
3. Address of each stationary location lasting more than 5 minutes (300 seconds). This record may be the GPS coordinates and a location code for each stationary location, provided the owner or operator also provides a cross-reference of location codes with the corresponding physical addresses;
4. Time of arrival and departure, and the elapsed time calculated from those readings to show the duration of the stationary position;
5. Engine hour meter readings taken at arrival and departure and the elapsed time calculated from those readings to show the TRU engine run time while the vehicle is at the stationary location;
6. Electric motor hour meter readings taken at arrival and departure and the elapsed time that electric shore power is powering the refrigeration system while the vehicle is at the stationary location; and
7. The electronic tracking system shall generate a report that lists all stationary locations lasting more than 5 minutes where the TRU engine operated for more than 30 minutes, resulting in a violation.
(C) Records shall be kept available for a minimum of three (3) years and shall be compiled and made available to ARB upon request.
(D) Record submittals shall include the owner's or responsible official's signature after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
(4) Hybrid cryogenic temperature control recordkeeping. An owner that has elected to comply by using a hybrid cryogenic temperature control system must meet the following automatic monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements with an electronic tracking system (as defined in section 2477.4). Automated recordkeeping shall include data that includes the following for each stationary location lasting more than 300 seconds (5 minutes):
(A) ARB Identification Number of the unit, issued under section 2477.5(e);
(B) Date;
(C) Location: GPS coordinates or coded, with full address in code look-up table;
(D) Time of arrival and departure, and the elapsed time calculated from those readings to show the duration of the stationary position;
(E) Engine hour meter readings taken at arrival and departure and the elapsed time calculated from those readings to show the TRU engine run time while the vehicle is stationary;
(F) Cryogenic system use hour meter readings taken at arrival and departure and the elapsed time calculated from those readings to show the cryogenic system run time while the vehicle is stationary;
(G) The electronic tracking system shall generate a report that lists all stationary locations lasting more than 5 minutes where the TRU engine operated for more than 30 minutes, resulting in a violation;
(H) Records shall be kept available for a minimum of three (3) years and shall be compiled and made available to ARB upon request; and
(I) Record submittals shall include the owner's or responsible official's signature after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
(e) ARB Identification Numbering Requirements. Identification numbers (IDN) will be issued to help expedite the inspection procedure and prevent shipping delays 13
(1) California-based TRUs and TRU gen sets:
(A) On or before January 31, 2009, owners or owner/operators of all California-based TRUs and TRU gen sets subject to this regulation shall apply for an ARB IDN for all California-based TRUs or TRU gen sets operated by the owner or owner/operator by submitting an application that includes the information listed below.
1. Company Information
a. Company/business name, address, and contact information for the responsible official (e.g. title, phone number, email address).
b. Company/business tax identification number/federal employer identification number (EIN) or equivalent for other country (e.g. Canadian Business Number).
2. Rental or lease status. Indicate if the unit is a rental unit (no contract term) or a lease unit (under contract term, typically more than one year)
3. Applicant identity indication. Indicate who is filling out application, either:
a. The owner (or an employee of owner), or
b. A third party entering the application information under a third party agreement between the owner or lessor and a consultant or lessee.
4. TRU or TRU gen set unit information:
a. Unit Type:
i. Truck TRU;
ii. Trailer TRU;
iii. Refrigerated railcar TRU;
iv. Refrigerated domestic shipping container TRU; or
v. TRU generator set.
b. Unit manufacturer,
c. Unit model,
d. Unit model year, and
e. Unit serial number.
5. Other TRU or TRU generator set identifying numbers. Provide all that apply:
a. If unit is installed on a truck or trailer, provide:
i. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and
ii. Vehicle license number, country of issuance, and state or province of issuance;
iii. Unique Bureau International de Container (BIC) Code, if trailer is multimodal
b. If unit is installed on refrigerated railcar, provide railcar reporting mark;
c. If unit is installed on domestic refrigerated shipping container, provide unique BIC Code;
d. If unit is a TRU gen set, provide unique BIC Code;
e. Provide company equipment number if company has labeled the equipment.
6. TRU status information. Indicate if the unit is:
a. Active (unit is operational);
b. Removed from service (unit is scrapped or inactive for foreseeable future); or
c. Sold. If last registered owner sold unit, then they must provide:
i. Date of sale, and
ii. New owner's company name, address, and contact information
7. TRU engine information. Provide the following:
a. Engine manufacturer;
b. Engine model;
c. Engine model year, or “MY”;
d. Engine serial number;
e. Engine power rating. Indicate either:
i. Under 25 hp (under 19 kW), or
ii. 25 hp or greater (19 Kw or greater);
f. Engine family; and
g. Emissions standard tier that engine meets.
8. Compliance status with in-use performance standards, under sections 2477.5(a) and (b).
a. Indicate if the ULETRU Early Compliance Extension has been granted
b. Indicate if compliance was achieved with an engine option:
i. Indicate if the engine currently in the unit is an original engine;
ii. Indicate if the engine currently in the unit is a new replacement engine and if so, provide:
I. Emissions standard tier that the engine meets; and
II. Installation date.
iii. Indicate if the engine currently in the unit is a rebuilt replacement engine installed to comply with the in-use requirements and if so, provide:
I. Emissions standard tier that the engine meets;
II. Rebuild year; and
III. Installation date.
c. Indicate if compliance was achieved with VDECS retrofit, and if so:
i. Provide the following from the VDECS label:
I. VDECS manufacturer name;
II. VDECS Family Name;
III. VDECS serial number;
IV. VDECS manufacture year; and
ii. Provide the VDECS installation date.
d. Indicate if compliance was achieved by using an Alternative Technology option under section 2477.5(a)(3), and if so provide the type used and the date installed or employed:
i. Electric standby-equipped TRU or hybrid electric TRU;
ii. Hybrid cryogenic temperature controlled system;
iii. Alternative-fueled engine;
iv. Fueled exclusively with pure alternative diesel fuel;
v. Powered by fuel cells; or
vi. Other system approved by the Executive Officer.
e. If compliance was achieved by replacing an engine or retrofitting with a VDECS, provide the installer's company name, physical address, and contact information.
9. Indicate what state or province that the TRU or TRU gen set is based in:
a. California; or
b. Outside of California. If based outside of California identify:
i. U.S. state;
ii. Mexican state; or
iii. Canadian province.
10. Owner's or responsible official's signature, after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
(B) Applications shall be submitted by one of the following methods:
1. Mail or deliver a physical report to ARB at the address listed immediately below:
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
STATIONARY SOURCE DIVISION (SSD/ARBER)
P.O. BOX 2815
SACRAMENTO, CA 95812
2. Electronically submit through the ARBER website at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/arber.htm
3. Electronically submit by email to: arber@arb.ca.gov
(C) TRUs and TRU gen sets added to an owner's or owner/operator's TRU operations after January 31, 2009 shall be brought into compliance with section 2477.5(e). An application shall be submitted to ARB within 30 days of the unit entering the operator's control:
1. Requesting an ARB I.D. number for a new TRU or TRU gen set that was not previously numbered, or
2. Requesting a change in owner or owner/operator (or other pertinent application information) for used equipment that already has an ARB I.D. number.
(D) Failure to apply or submittal of false information is a violation of this rule and subject to civil penalty.
(E) On or before February 1, 2009, the Executive Officer shall begin issuing identification numbers to TRU and TRU gen set owners or owner/operators for each unit based in California for which a complete application has been filed. The number will include a 2-digit prefix for model year (e.g. 2001 model year would have a prefix 01); a 6-digit serial number and a check-digit. In the event that an operator applies for an early compliance certificate in accordance with section 2477.5(f), ARB will also issue a certificate which acknowledges early compliance per subparagraph 2477.5(f)(3).
(F) Within 30 days of receipt of the ARB-issued identification number, owners or owner/operators shall permanently affix or paint the identification number on the TRU or TRU gen set chassis housing in clear view according to the following specification:
1. The ARB identification number shall be preceded by the letters “ARB”.
2. Letters and numbers shall contrast sharply in color with the color of the background surface on which the letters are placed.
3. The location of the I.D. number shall be as follows:
a. Truck and trailer TRUs - both sides of TRU chassis housing.
b. Rail car and shipping container TRUs - both sides of the TRU.
c. TRU gen sets - both sides of gen set housing.
4. Letters and numbers shall be readily legible during daylight hours, from a distance of 50 feet (15.24 meters) while unit is stationary.
5. Marking shall be kept maintained in a manner that retains the legibility required by the subparagraph immediately above.
(2) Non-California-based TRUs and TRU Gen Sets:
(A) Owners or owner/operators of non-California-based TRUs and TRU gen sets may voluntarily apply for ARB identification numbers for TRUs that are based outside of California but operate within California during the normal course of business. Non-California-based owners or owner/operators may voluntarily submit the same application information listed above in subparagraph 2477.5(e)(1), above, using the same methods of submittal listed in subparagraph 2477.5(e)(1)(B), above. Upon application approval, ARB would issue identification numbers to the operator in accordance with subparagraph 2477.5(e)(1)(E), above. The non-California-based owner or owner/operator would then permanently affix or paint the identification number on the TRU or TRU gen set chassis in clear view, in accordance with subparagraph 2477.5(e)(1)(F), above.
(3) Owners or owner/operators may use alternative unique equipment identification markings instead of affixing an ARB IDN, provided the following conditions are met:
(A) The owner or owner/operator registers the TRU or TRU gen set in ARBER and enters the unique equipment number in ARBER.
(B) The alternative identification number shall be truly unique. Examples of unique identification numbers include the Reporting Marks that are issued by the American Association of Railroads' contractor, RailInc, for their UMLER system and the BIC Codes issued by Bureau International de Containers. Company equipment numbers that are not truly unique on a worldwide basis do not qualify.
(C) Alternative identification numbers must be affixed or attached to both sides of the TRU gen set, shipping container (if the TRU is permanently attached), semitrailer, or railcar and meet all of the requirements of subparagraph 2477.5.(e)(1)(F).
(D) The ARB IDN shall be used in the Operator Report under section 2477.6(a).
(f) Early Compliance with LETRU In-Use Performance Standards.
(1) For 2002 and older MY TRU and TRU gen set engines, owners or owner/operators that meet the LETRU in-use performance standard earlier than required in paragraph 2477.5(b) may apply to the Executive Officer for a delay in the ULETRU in-use performance standard. Except as provided below, early compliance would be achieved through any of the options available in paragraph 2477.5(a).
(A) This delay would not be available to the owner or owner/operator if the engine manufacturer of the replacement engine is using the early compliance with engine emissions standards in U.S. EPA's Averaging, Banking, and Trading Program (or California's equivalent program).
(B) Early compliance is conditioned upon real emission reductions (refer to definition in section 2477.4) occurring earlier than the applicable compliance deadline.
(C) This delay may not be available to the owner or owner/operator if public funds were used for early compliance. The applicant shall disclose whether public funds were used for any portion of early compliance and what program the funding came from.
(2) Early LETRU compliance with real emission reductions would allow specific units to delay compliance with ULETRU in-use performance standards by up to three years, according to the rounding conventions and examples listed below.
(A) Each year of early compliance with the LETRU in-use performance standards would be rewarded with 1 year delay in the ULETRU in-use performance standard.
1. One full year early compliance qualifies for one full year delay in meeting ULETRU compliance.
2. Two full years early compliance qualifies for two full years delay in meeting ULETRU compliance.
3. Three full years early compliance qualifies for three full years delay in meeting ULETRU compliance.
(B) A partial year of early LETRU compliance would be rounded to the nearest full year for the delayed ULETRU requirements.
1. Early LETRU compliance of 183 days or more in a calendar year would count toward a one year ULETRU delay.
2. Early LETRU compliance of 182 days or less in a calendar year would not count toward a ULETRU delay.
(3) Upon receipt of an application to delay ULETRU compliance, the Executive Officer shall determine if the application demonstrates early compliance with LETRU in-use performance standards in accordance with section 2477.5(f)(1), and if the application is approved, shall delay the in-use ULETRU compliance date for specific TRUs and TRU gen sets operating in California in accordance with subparagraph 2477.5(f)(2).
(4) Upon approval of the application, ARB shall issue a certificate and ARB identification number in accordance with section 2477.5(e)(1)(E) which acknowledges early compliance with LETRU requirements and discloses the number of years delay granted, and resulting ULETRU compliance date.
(5) The owner or owner/operator shall maintain a legible copy of the certificate in a water-tight sleeve mounted inside the TRU or TRU gen set chassis housing. The owner or owner/operator shall paint the identification number in clear view in accordance with section 2477(e)(1)(F) on the specific TRU or TRU gen set that was granted the compliance extension.
(g) ULETRU Extension for Compliance by Original Compliance Date
(1) An owner of model year 2001 and older TRUs or TRU gen sets that complied by the original December 31, 2008, compliance date may qualify for a one year extension to the ULETRU compliance date, provided the following conditions are met:
(A) The original engine was retrofit with a Level 2 VDECS, or
(B) The original TRU was repowered with a replacement engine meeting either:
1. Tier 4 final Non-Road/Off-Road Emission Standards, if the engine is rated at less than 25 hp, or
2. Tier 4 interim Non-Road/Off-Road Emission Standards, if the engine is rated between 25 hp and less than 50 hp, or
(C) The original TRU was replaced with a new unit equipped with an engine meeting either:
1. Tier 4 final Non-Road/Off-Road Emission Standards, if the engine is rated at less than 25 hp, or
2. Tier 4 interim Non-Road/Off-Road Emission Standards, if the engine is rated between 25 hp and less than 50 hp, and
(D) The TRU or TRU gen set is registered in ARBER, the compliance information is complete and correct, and the IDN has been affixed to both sides of the TRU or TRU gen set housing.
(2) Owner must apply for the ULETRU extension at least 90 days before the ULETRU compliance date by submitting an ARB application that includes the following information:
(A) Owner name and Owner-Operator Number (OON);
(B) The affected unit's IDN;
(C) A statement that the unit was in compliance on or before December 31, 2008, and the IDN has been affixed to both sides of the TRU or TRU gen set housing in accordance with section 2477.5(e)(1)(F);
(D) Documentation that demonstrates that the LETRU in-use standard was met before December 31, 2008;
(E) In the case of a unit replacement, documentation on the old noncompliant unit that was replaced; and
(F) Owner's or responsible official's signature, after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
(3) The owner or responsible official must submit an application for “ULETRU Extension for Compliance by the Original Compliance Date” to the Executive Officer by one of the following methods:
(A) Mail or deliver to ARB at the address listed immediately below:
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
STATIONARY SOURCE DIVISION (ARBER/TRU)
P.O. BOX 2815
SACRAMENTO, CA 95812
(B) Electronically submit by email to: arber@arb.ca.gov; or
(C) Electronically submit through ARB's ARBER website at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/arber.htm
(4) Upon receipt of application for ULETRU extension, the Executive Officer shall determine if the application demonstrates the unit qualifies for ULETRU extension.
(5) Upon approval of the application, the Executive Officer shall:
(A) Change the “Compliant Through” date in ARBER; and
(B) Notify the owner with a revised ARBER TRU Certification showing the new “Compliant Through” date.
(h) Fuel Requirements.
(1) Owners or Owner/Operators Choosing to Use Alternative Diesel Fuels. Owners or owner/operators choosing to use alternative diesel fuels in compression ignition TRU and TRU gen set engines to meet the requirements of section 2477.5(a) shall:
(A) Maintain records that document exclusive use of the chosen fuel or additive for each affected engine and hours of engine operation. Appropriate records would be copies of receipts or invoices of appropriate fuel and/or fuel additive and engine hour meter logs.
1. Records shall be kept available for a minimum of three (3) years and shall be compiled and made available to the ARB upon request.
(B) Use only fuel that is a VDECS alternative diesel fuel that contains no conventional diesel or CARB diesel fuel in TRUs or TRU gen sets operated in California.
(C) Permanently affix a label in clear view near the fill spout that identifies the proper fuel that is required to be in compliance.
(D) In the event that the owner or owner/operator decides to revert to using conventional diesel or CARB diesel fuel, the owner or owner/operator shall comply with the requirements of section 2477.5(a) within 10 days of discontinuation of alternative diesel fuel use. Within 10 days of discontinuation, the owner or owner/operator shall notify the Executive Officer in writing of this change in fuel use and shall include an update to the compliance information submitted to ARBER submitted to comply with sections 2477.5(e), 2477.5(f), or 2477.6.
(2) Owners or Owner/Operators that Retrofit TRUs or TRU Gen Sets with a VDECS. Owners or owner/operators that retrofit TRUs or TRU gen sets with a VDECS that requires certain fuel properties to be met in order to achieve the required PM reduction or PM emissions shall only fuel the subject TRU or TRU gen set with fuel that meets these specifications when operating in the state of California. In addition, owners or owner/operators that choose a VDECS that requires certain fuel properties to be met in order to prevent damage to the VDECS or an increase in toxic air contaminants, other harmful compounds, or in the nature of the emitted PM shall only fuel the subject TRU or TRU gen set with fuel that meets these specifications.
(i) Compliance by Replacing Engines.
A new or rebuilt replacement engine shall meet more stringent emissions standards than the original engine. The new or rebuilt replacement engine must subsequently meet the in-use performance standard requirements of section 2477.5(a) by the compliance dates of section 2477.5(b), which are based on the new or rebuilt replacement engine's model year or effective model year (see definition).
(1) Current tier new replacement engines. Current tier new replacement engines shall use the engine model year to determine requirements and compliance dates. The engine model year is shown on the engine emissions label if the engine is manufactured when an emissions standard tier is in effect. Emissions label language examples include, but are not limited to:
(A) “THIS ENGINE MEETS 2008 INT. TIER 4 EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR U.S. EPA AND CALIFORNIA NONROAD CI ENGINES.” This label language indicates the engine is a current-tier 2008 model year engine for the purposes of in-use requirements and registration.
(B) “THIS ENGINE COMPLIES WITH U.S. EPA AND CALIFORNIA REULATIONS FOR 2009 M.Y. NONROAD AND STATIONARY/OFF-ROAD DIESEL ENGINES.” This label language indicates the engine is a current-tier 2009 model year engine for the purposes of in-use requirements and registration.
(2) Prior tier new replacement engines. Prior-tier new replacement engines shall use the effective model year (see definition) to determine requirements and compliance dates. The manufacture year and the installation year of a prior tier replacement engine shall not be used to determine the in-use requirements and the compliance dates. Prior-tier new replacement engine emissions labels typically do not clearly show the effective model year, but provide dates that indicate the prior-tier emissions standard that the engine meets. The year in the first sentence of the replacement engine emission label is the first year of the tier met. The date in the second sentence of the replacement engine label is the first day of the next tier standard. Table 1 in section 2477.4 and the following example of replacement engine emissions label language show how these labels shall be interpreted for this subarticle:
(A) “THIS ENGINE COMPLIES WITH CALIFORNIA OFF-ROAD AND U.S. EPA NONROAD EMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2004 ENGINES UNDER 13 CCR 2423(j) AND 40 CFR 89.1003(b)(7). SELLING OR INSTALLING THIS ENGINE FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN TO REPLACE AN OFF-ROAD ENGINE BUILT BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2008 MAY BE A VIOLATION OF CALIFORNIA AND FEDERAL LAW SUBJECT TO CIVIL PENALTY.” The first sentence includes the year 2004 (the first year of the tier). The second sentence indicates the next tier started on January 1, 2008, so the last year of the tier the engine met would be 2007. The center column of Table 1 shows the effective years 2004 to 2007 matches a Tier 2 engine in the 25-50 hp (trailer) category.
(3) Rebuilt replacement engines. Rebuilt replacement engines must meet the requirements of section 2477.16.
(A) Prior tier rebuilt replacement engines. If the rebuilt engine meets a prior tier emissions standard, then the effective model year (see definition) shall be used to determine the requirements and compliance dates. The rebuild year and the installation year of a prior tier replacement engine shall not be used to determine the in-use requirements and the compliance dates.
(B) Current tier rebuilt replacement engines. It the rebuilt engine meets the tier standard that is currently in effect, then the model year is the year that the rebuild is completed and this year shall be used to determine the requirements and compliance dates.
(j) Mobile Catering Company Exemption Requirements.
(1) The Executive Officer may grant a one year exemption to mobile catering companies for TRUs that are not compliant with the in-use performance standards under section 2477.5(a) if the following conditions are met:
(A) The mobile catering company must be under contract with the National Interagency Fire Center to provide mobile catering food service to emergency incidents for the year that the exemption would apply.
(B) All California-based TRUs shall comply with the ARBER registration requirements under section 2477.5(e) and have an ARB Identification Number (IDN) affixed to both sides of the TRU housing. All TRUs owned or leased by the mobile catering company that are based outside of California that the owner wants included in the mobile catering company exemption must be registered in ARBER in accordance with section 2477.5(e).
(C) The mobile catering company must submit an application each year for a Mobile Catering Company Exemption to the Executive Officer by one of the following methods:
1. Mail or deliver to ARB at the address listed immediately below:
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
STATIONARY SOURCE DIVISION (ARBER/TRU)
P.O. BOX 2815
SACRAMENTO, CA 95812
2. Electronically submit by email to: arber@arb.ca.gov; or
3. Electronically submit through ARB's ARBER website at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/arber.htm
(D) Applications for Mobile Catering Service Exemption shall include the following information:
1. Business name;
2. Business street address, state, zip code;
3. Business phone number;
4. Responsible official's name;
5. Responsible official's mobile phone number;
6. Federal Tax Identification Number (EIN) and Owner-Operator Number (OON) issued to the owner by ARBER when they registered in ARBER.
7. A list of ARB IDNs issued by ARBER for all TRUs that are to be included under the exemption. For TRUs that are not in compliance with the in-use standards under section 2477(a) that do not have ARB IDNs, provide the unit serial number instead of the IDN on this list;
8. A copy of the mobile catering company's contract with the National Interagency Fire Center shall be provided with the application; and
9. Owner's or responsible official's signature, after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
(E) The owner shall update the application information within 30 days of any changes to the information submitted. For example, if the owner buys, sells, or leases TRUs, the IDN and unit serial number list required under subparagraph (j)(1)(D)7. shall be amended.
(F) The owner shall provide the driver with a copy of the current Mobile Catering Service Exemption that has been approved by the Executive Officer and the Mobile Food and Shower Service Request Form issued by the National Interagency Fire Center for the incident they are traveling to or from.
(G) During transit on California highways, the driver must, upon request:
1. Present to the ARB inspector the Mobile Catering Service Exemption that has been approved by the Executive Officer and the Mobile Food and Shower Service Request Form issued by the National Interagency Fire Center, and
2. Allow the ARB inspector to inspect the TRU to confirm the Mobile Catering Service exemption applies to the equipment.
(H) All circumstances at the time of inspection shall be consistent with the Mobile Catering Service Exemption that has been approved by the Executive Officer and the Mobile Food and Shower Service Request Form issued by the National Interagency Fire Center.
(I) Mobile Catering Company Exemptions shall expire on December 31st of each year. Mobile catering companies shall re-apply for this exemption annually.
(k) Compliance Extension for In-Use Performance Standards Based on Unavailability of Compliance Technology.
(1) If there is no compliance technology available for a specific TRU or TRU gen set within six months of a compliance date, the Executive Officer may grant a one year extension of the compliance deadline, provided the following conditions are met:
(A) A person or applicant must submit a written application to the Executive Officer that demonstrates the absence of any suitable compliance option that can be used on the specific equipment and the owner cannot otherwise meet the requirements of section 2477.5(a) by the compliance dates of section 2477.5(b). The application for and issuance of any extension pursuant to this subsection shall be subject to the following requirements:
1. Except for the units for which the extension is sought, the applicant shall demonstrate that all other units subject to the owner or operator's direct control meet the requirements of sections 2477.5(a) and (b);
2. The application shall be submitted to and received by the Executive Officer no later than six months before the compliance date of the engine for which the extension is requested;
3. The application shall identify each unit and engine for which the extension is requested;
4. For each engine identified in paragraph 2477.5(k)(1)(A)3., immediately above, the applicant shall provide a detailed description of the reasons and factors that serve as the basis for the applicant's claim that no suitable control technologies are available. The description shall include, without limitation, detailed engineering diagrams and calculations that support the applicants claim that there are no suitable control technologies available.
a. For a replacement engine to be determined suitable or unsuitable, the concerns that will be considered are if the replacement engine will physically fit and functionally perform in the equipment.
5. Owners or responsible officials shall provide their signature, after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
6. The owner or responsible official must submit an application for Compliance Extension to the Executive Officer by one of the following methods:
a. Mail or deliver to ARB at the address listed immediately below:
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
STATIONARY SOURCE DIVISION (ARBER/TRU)
P.O. BOX 2815
SACRAMENTO, CA 95812
b. Electronically submit by email to: arber@arb.ca.gov; or
c. Electronically submit through ARB's ARBER website at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/arber.htm
7. The TRU or TRU gen set shall be registered in ARBER under section 2477.5(e).
(B) The Executive Officer may grant additional one-year extensions provided the same procedures are followed, as described in section 2477.5(k)(1), immediately above.
(l) Compliance Extension for In-Use Performance Standards Based on Delays Due to Private Financing, Equipment Manufacture Delays, or Installer Delays.
(1) The Executive Officer may grant a one-time, maximum four month extension to the normal compliance date set forth in section 2477.5(b) for meeting the in-use performance standards set forth in section 2477.5(a), provided certain conditions are met:
(A) The owner must have ordered the compliance technology from the manufacturer no later than two months before the compliance date for VDECS retrofit compliance technologies and no later than four months before the compliance date for engine replacements, unit replacements, and trailer replacements, and the purchase order must be consistent with these limits;
(B) The TRU or TRU gen set is registered in ARBER;
(C) An extension application is submitted before the compliance deadline that explains in detail why a compliance extension is needed and how much additional time to comply is needed, including:
1. If delivery is the cause for delay, explain the status, and provide documentation from the manufacturer to demonstrate this is true, along with an updated delivery schedule.
2. If installation is the cause for delay, report the date that compliance technology was delivered, explain the installation status and provide documentation from the installer to demonstrate the facts, along with an updated installation schedule.
3. If there are other circumstances causing the delay, such as financing, explain the status and provide documentation from the financier to demonstrate this is true, along with an updated schedule.
4. The owner or responsible official shall provide their signature, after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
5. The owner or responsible official must submit an application for Compliance Extension to the Executive Officer by one of the following methods:
a. Mail or deliver to ARB at the address listed immediately below:
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
STATIONARY SOURCE DIVISION (ARBER/TRU)
P.O. BOX 2815
SACRAMENTO, CA 95812
b. Electronically submit by email to: arber@arb.ca.gov; or
c. Electronically submit through ARB's ARBER website at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/arber.htm
(m) ULETRU Extension for Compliance with LETRU.
(1) The ULETRU compliance dates required under subparagraphs 2477.5(b)(1) through (4) may be extended one year for TRUs or TRU gen sets equipped with MY 2003 or older engines if they complied by meeting the LETRU In-Use Performance Standard by the compliance dates listed below and the following qualifications are met:
(A) Compliance with LETRU was achieved by the following compliance dates:
1. December 31, 2009 for MY 2001 and older engines;
2. December 31, 2009 for MY 2002 engines; and
3. December 31, 2010 for MY 2003 engines.
(B) The original engine met the LETRU in-use standard by being retrofit with a Level 2 VDECS; or
(C) The unit was repowered with a replacement engine meeting the LETRU in-use standard:
1. Tier 4 final Non-Road/Off-Road Emission Standards, if the engine is rated at less than 25 hp
2. Tier 4 interim Non-Road/Off-Road Emission Standards, if the engine is rated between 25 hp and less than 50 hp
(D) The original TRU or TRU gen set was replaced with a new TRU or TRU gen set that is equipped with an engine that meets the LETRU in-use performance standard:
1. Tier 4 final Non-Road/Off-Road Emission Standards, if the engine is rated at less than 25 hp, or
2. Tier 4 interim Non-Road/Off-Road Emission Standards, if the engine is rated between 25 hp and less than 50 hp, or
(E) The unit is registered in ARBER under subparagraph 2477.5(e)
(F) Owner must apply for the ULETRU extension by submitting an application to the Executive Officer at least 90 days before the ULETRU compliance date that includes the following information:
1. Owner name and Owner-Operator Number (OON);
2. The affected unit's IDN;
3. A statement that the unit was in compliance on or before the compliance date required under section 2477.5(m)(1)(A), above;
4. Documentation that demonstrates that the LETRU in-use standard was met before the compliance date required under section 2477.5(m)(1)(A), above;
5. In the case of a unit replacement that meets LETRU, additional information that demonstrates the old noncompliant unit that was replaced, including:
a. A statement that the owner replaced a MY 2003 or older (actual model year must be specified) TRU or TRU gen set with a new TRU or TRU gen set that was equipped with an engine that is certified to meet a new engine emissions standard that meets the LETRU in-use performance standard;
b. Receipts for the purchase of the new TRU or TRU gen set, dated on or before the compliance date required under section 2477.5(m)(1)(A), above;
c. Documentation for the old, replaced TRU or TRU generator set that supports the statement in subparagraph 2477.5(m)(1)(F)5.a., above; and
6. Owner's or responsible official's signature, after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
(G) The owner or responsible official must submit an application for ULETRU Compliance Extension for Compliance with LETRU for TRU or TRU gen set replacement under subparagraph 2477.5(m)(1)(C), above, to the Executive Officer by one of the following methods:
1. Mail or deliver to ARB at the address listed immediately below:
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
STATIONARY SOURCE DIVISION (ARBER/TRU)
P.O. BOX 2815
SACRAMENTO, CA 95812
2. Electronically submit by email to: arber@arb.ca.gov; or
3. Electronically submit through ARB's ARBER website at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/arber.htm
(n) Safe Passage for Noncompliant Equipment Traveling in California.
(1) The Executive Officer may grant a safe passage permit to a TRU or TRU gen set owner to travel on California highways with a specific noncompliant TRU or TRU gen set, provided the following conditions are met:
(A) The purpose of traveling on California highways is to take the noncompliant equipment to a dealer or installer to bring the equipment into compliance.
(B) Only one permit shall be allowed if the specific TRU or TRU gen set must comply with the ULETRU in-use standard, and two permits shall be allowed if the specific TRU or TRU gen set must comply with both the LETRU and ULETRU in-use standards.
(C) The TRU or TRU gen set shall not be operating (with the engine running) while in a noncompliant state in California;
(D) No temperature-sensitive products shall be transported in a vehicle with a noncompliant TRU or TRU gen set;
(E) The owner shall submit an application for a safe passage permit to the Executive Officer. Safe passage permit applications shall be submitted by one of the following methods:
1. Mail or deliver a physical report to ARB at the address listed immediately below:
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
STATIONARY SOURCE DIVISION (ARBER/TRU)
P.O. BOX 2815
SACRAMENTO, CA 95812
2. Electronically submit by email to: arber@arb.ca.gov
3. Electronically submit through ARB's ARBER website at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/arber.htm
(F) Applications for safe passage permits shall include the following information:
1. Owner's name;
2. Business name (if different);
3. Owner's street address, state, zip code;
4. Contact person's name;
5. Contact person's business phone number;
6. Date(s) transport will take place;
7. Statement that the reason for transporting the noncompliant equipment on California highways is strictly to take the noncompliant equipment to a dealer or installer to bring the equipment into compliance;
8. TRU or TRU gen set serial number;
9. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), BIC Code (for TRU gen sets and domestic shipping containers), or railcar reporting mark;
10. Physical address of starting location or point of entry into California;
11. Dealer's or installer's business name and physical address where compliance technology will be installed; and
12. Owner's or responsible official's signature, after the statement: “I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete.”
(G) The Executive Officer shall provide a decision within 15 days of the application submittal.
(H) The owner shall provide the driver with a copy of the safe passage permit that has been approved by the Executive Officer.
(I) During transit on California highways, the driver must, upon request:
1. Show an inspector that no temperature-sensitive products are being transported;
2. Present to the inspector the safe passage permit for the noncompliant TRU or TRU gen set that has been approved by the Executive Officer; and
3. Allow the inspector to inspect the TRU or TRU gen set to confirm the permit applies to the noncompliant equipment.
(J) All circumstances at the time of inspection shall be consistent with the safe passage permit.
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2 The Engine Certification value for the Low Emission TRU category corresponds to the Tier 4 Nonroad/Off-road Emission Standards that are to go into effect in 2008.
3 Not Applicable - must choose another compliance option.
4 The Engine Certification value for Low Emission TRU category corresponds to the “Interim” Tier 4 Nonroad/Off-road Emission Standards that are to go into effect in 2008.
5 The Engine Certification value for the Ultra-Low Emission TRU category corresponds to the Tier 4 “final” Nonroad/Off-road Emission Standards that will go into effect in 2012 or 2013.
6 Further explanation is provided in section 2477.5(i).
7 Compliance dates may also be extended if the requirements of subparagraphs 2477.5(f), (g), (k), (l), or (m) are met.
8 Model years 2013 and subsequent (not shown in tables 5 and 6), shall meet ULETRU by December 31st of the seventh year after the engine model year or effective model year, except as allowed under section 2477.5(b)(5).
9 Compliance date is December 31st of the compliance year shown. “MY” means model year. Black shaded areas are years with no in-use performance standard requirements since in-use compliance year precedes engine model year. Dark shaded areas without letter codes have no in-use performance standard requirements, pending in-use compliance date. “L” means must meet LETRU in-use performance standards. “U” means must meet ULETRU in-use performance standards.
10 TRUs and TRU gen sets with MY 2005 engines and subsequent MY engines shall be required to comply with ULETRU requirements by the end of the seventh year after the model year or effective model year, except as allowed under subsection 2477.5(b)(5)(A).
11 Compliance date is December 31st of the compliance year shown. “MY” means model year. Black shaded areas are years with no in-use performance standard requirements since in-use compliance year precedes engine model year. Dark shaded areas without letter codes have no in-use performance standard requirements, pending in-use compliance date. “L” means must meet LETRU in-use performance standards. “U” means must meet ULETRU in-use performance standards.
12 TRUs and TRU gen sets with MY 2004 engines and subsequent MY engines shall be required to comply with ULETRU requirements by the end of the seventh year after the model year or effective model year, except as allowed under section 2477.5(b)(5)(A). Tier 4 final standards go into effect in 2013 which would meet ULETRU in-use performance standards in the 25 hp to less than 50 hp category. If engines installed by original equipment manufacturers do not meet ULETRU in 2013, then section 2477.5(b)(5)(C) applies.
13 IDNs are obtained by registering a TRU or TRU gen set in the ARB's Equipment Registration (ARBER) system.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 39600, 39601, 39618, 39658, 39659, 39666, 39667, 43013 and 43018, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 39618, 39650, 39658, 39659, 39666, 39667, 39674, 39675, 42400, 42400.1, 42400.2, 42400.3.5, 42402, 42402.2, 42410, 40717.9, 43013 and 43018, Health and Safety Code.
HISTORY
1. Renumbering and amendment of section 2477(e) and its subdivisions to new section 2477.5 filed 10-15-2012; operative 10-15-2012 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2012, No. 42).
This database is current through 11/19/21 Register 2021, No. 47
13 CCR § 2477.5, 13 CA ADC § 2477.5
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