Final Rule for Control of Hazardous Air Pollutants from Mobile Sources
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The Control of Hazardous Air Pollutants From Mobile Sources final rule (also known as the Mobile Source Air Toxics rule or MSAT2) was published on February 26, 2007. This rule requires that refiners and importers produce gasoline that has an annual average benzene content of 0.62 volume percent (vol%) or less beginning in 2011. Revisions to the rule were published on October 16, 2008.
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- Final Rule for Revision: Early Credit Technology Requirement (PDF)(3 pp, 124K, published October 16, 2008)
- Final Rule (PDF) (143 pp, 1.MB, published February 26, 2007)
- Regulatory Impact Analysis (PDF)(EPA420-R-07-002, February 2007)
- Summary and Analysis of Comments (PDF)(EPA420-R-07-003, February 2007)
- Final Rulemaking Early Credit Technology Requirement (PDF)(3 pp, 124K, EPA-420-F-08-030, October 2008)
- Final Rule to Reduce Mobile Source Air Toxics (PDF)(5 pp, 143K, EPA-420-F-07-017, February 2007)