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41-2083. Standards for motor fuel; exceptions

A. Except as provided in section 41-2083.01 and subsections C, D, E, F, G, K and L of this section, a retail seller or fleet owner shall not store, sell or expose or offer for sale any motor fuel, kerosene, oil or other liquid or gaseous fuel or lubricating oil, lubricant, mixtures of lubricants or other similar products if the product fails to meet the standards specified in this section and in the rules adopted by the director.

B. A person shall not misrepresent the nature, origination, quality, grade or identity of any product specified in subsection A of this section or represent the nature, origination, quality, grade or identity of such product in any manner calculated or tending to mislead or in any way deceive. This subsection does not prohibit product origination disclaimer labeling on the retail dispenser.

C. After consultation with the director of the department of environmental quality, the standards and test methods for motor fuels shall be established by the director of the department of weights and measures by rule.

D. Maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A as defined in section 49-541 shall be 9.0 pounds per square inch from and after September 30 through March 31 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

E. From and after September 30 through March 31 of each year a person shall not supply or sell gasoline that exceeds the ASTM D4814 class A vapor pressure/distillation class ten volume per cent evaporated distillation temperature.

F. Maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand persons or more and any portion of a county contained in area A as defined in section 49-541 shall be 7.0 pounds per square inch from and after May 31 through September 30 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

G. Exclusively for the purposes of transportation conformity and only if the administrator of the United States environmental protection agency fails to approve the applicable plan required pursuant to section 49-406, maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in area B as defined in section 49-541 shall be ten pounds per square inch from and after September 30 through March 31 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

H. Notwithstanding subsections D, F and G of this section, the director of the department of weights and measures in consultation with the director of the department of environmental quality shall approve alternate fuel control measures that are submitted by manufacturers or suppliers of gasoline and that the directors determine will result in either of the following:

1. Motor vehicle carbon monoxide emissions that are equal to or less than emissions that result under compliance with subsection D of this section and section 41-2123. In making this determination, the director of the department of weights and measures and the director of the department of environmental quality shall compare the emissions of the alternate fuel control measure with the emissions of a fuel with a maximum vapor pressure standard as prescribed by this section and with the minimum oxygen content or percentage by volume of ethanol as prescribed by section 41-2123.

2. Motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions that are equal to or less than the emissions that result under compliance with subsection F of this section. In making this determination, the director of the department of weights and measures and the director of the department of environmental quality shall compare the motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions of the alternate fuel control measure with the motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions of a fuel that complies with the maximum vapor pressure standard as prescribed by subsection F of this section.

I. Any alternate fuel control measures that are approved shall not increase emissions of non-methane hydrocarbons, particulates, carbon monoxide or oxides of nitrogen. Alternate fuel control measures approved pursuant to subsection H of this section and this subsection may be used by any manufacturer or supplier of gasoline unless the approval is rescinded more than one hundred eighty days before the first day of a gasoline control period. Manufacturers and suppliers who use an approved alternate fuel control measure shall annually submit a compliance plan to the director of the department of weights and measures no later than sixty days before the first day of a gasoline control period.

J. A person shall not sell or offer or expose for sale diesel fuel grade 1, 2 or 4 as defined in ASTM D975 that contains sulfur in excess of:

1. For low sulfur diesel fuel, five hundred parts per million by weight for use in area A as defined in section 49-541.

2. For ultra low sulfur diesel fuel, the amount that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations section 80.520(a)(1).

K. A person shall not sell or offer or expose for sale diesel fuel, biodiesel or biodiesel blends that contain sulfur in excess of five hundred parts per million for use in area A as defined in section 49-541.

L. A person shall label dispensers at which biodiesel or biodiesel blends are dispensed in conformance with 16 code of Federal Regulations part 306 and 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574. This section does not preclude a person from labeling a dispenser that dispenses diesel fuel that contains up to five per cent biodiesel With a label that states "may contain up to five per cent biodiesel".

M. For biodiesel blends that contain more than five per cent by volume of biodiesel, a person shall prepare product transfer documents in a manner that notifies the transferee of the per cent by volume of biodiesel in the product. For diesel fuel that contains five per cent or less by volume of biodiesel, a person shall prepare product transfer documents in a manner that notifies that transferee of any volume per cent of biodiesel intentionally added to or known by the transferor to be in the product.

N. The director shall adopt rules regarding the establishment and enforcement of all of the following:

1. National or federal standards for individual biofuels and biofuel blends.

2. United States environmental protection agency and ASTM test methods for individual biofuels and biofuel blends.

3. Registration and reporting requirements for producers, blenders and suppliers of biofuels and biofuel blends.

4. Labeling requirements for biofuels and biofuel blends other than biodiesel or biodiesel blends.

5. Quality assurance and quality control programs for producers, blenders and suppliers of biofuels and biofuel blends addressing rack, batch or other blending.

6. Requirements that the dispensing equipment meet appropriate UL ratings where available and applicable, that the equipment comply with rules adopted by the department relating to approval, installation and sale of devices and that the equipment be compatible with the products being dispensed.

O. A biofuels or biofuel blends producer, blender, distributor, supplier or retail seller that is in compliance with this section and the rules adopted pursuant to this section is not liable to a consumer for any injuries or property damage related to a consumer who misfuels.

P. A person shall label each dispenser at which ultra low sulfur diesel fuel is dispensed in a manner that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574 to inform the customer of the sulfur content of the diesel fuel being dispensed.

Q. A person shall label each dispenser at which low sulfur diesel fuel is dispensed in a manner that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574 to inform the customer of the sulfur content of the diesel fuel being dispensed.

R. If any person transfers custody or title of a diesel fuel or distillate, except if the diesel fuel is dispensed into a motor vehicle or nonroad, locomotive or marine equipment, the transferor shall provide to the transferee product transfer documents that conform with 40 Code of Federal Regulations section 80.590.

S. If the transfer of a motor fuel is from a terminal, storage facility, or transmix facility, the product transfer documents shall contain the information prescribed in subsection R of this section as well as the name and address of the final destination for the shipment, as prescribed by department rule, and must accompany the shipment to its final destination.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2083

41-2083. Standards for motor fuel; exceptions

A. Except as provided in section 41-2083.01 and subsections C, D, E, F, G, K and L of this section, a retail seller or fleet owner shall not store, sell or expose or offer for sale any motor fuel, kerosene, oil or other liquid or gaseous fuel or lubricating oil, lubricant, mixtures of lubricants or other similar products if the product fails to meet the standards specified in this section and in the rules adopted by the director.

B. A person shall not misrepresent the nature, origination, quality, grade or identity of any product specified in subsection A of this section or represent the nature, origination, quality, grade or identity of such product in any manner calculated or tending to mislead or in any way deceive. This subsection does not prohibit product origination disclaimer labeling on the retail dispenser.

C. After consultation with the director of the department of environmental quality, the standards and test methods for motor fuels shall be established by the director of the department of weights and measures by rule.

D. Maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A as defined in section 49-541 shall be 9.0 pounds per square inch from and after September 30 through March 31 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

E. From and after September 30 through March 31 of each year a person shall not supply or sell gasoline that exceeds the ASTM D4814 class A vapor pressure/distillation class ten volume per cent evaporated distillation temperature.

F. Maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand persons or more and any portion of a county contained in area A as defined in section 49-541 shall be 7.0 pounds per square inch from and after May 31 through September 30 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

G. Exclusively for the purposes of transportation conformity and only if the administrator of the United States environmental protection agency fails to approve the applicable plan required pursuant to section 49-406, maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in area B as defined in section 49-541 shall be ten pounds per square inch from and after September 30 through March 31 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

H. Notwithstanding subsections D, F and G of this section, the director of the department of weights and measures in consultation with the director of the department of environmental quality shall approve alternate fuel control measures that are submitted by manufacturers or suppliers of gasoline and that the directors determine will result in either of the following:

1. Motor vehicle carbon monoxide emissions that are equal to or less than emissions that result under compliance with subsection D of this section and section 41-2123. In making this determination, the director of the department of weights and measures and the director of the department of environmental quality shall compare the emissions of the alternate fuel control measure with the emissions of a fuel with a maximum vapor pressure standard as prescribed by this section and with the minimum oxygen content or percentage by volume of ethanol as prescribed by section 41-2123.

2. Motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions that are equal to or less than the emissions that result under compliance with subsection F of this section. In making this determination, the director of the department of weights and measures and the director of the department of environmental quality shall compare the motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions of the alternate fuel control measure with the motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions of a fuel that complies with the maximum vapor pressure standard as prescribed by subsection F of this section.

I. Any alternate fuel control measures that are approved shall not increase emissions of non-methane hydrocarbons, particulates, carbon monoxide or oxides of nitrogen. Alternate fuel control measures approved pursuant to subsection H of this section and this subsection may be used by any manufacturer or supplier of gasoline unless the approval is rescinded more than one hundred eighty days before the first day of a gasoline control period. Manufacturers and suppliers who use an approved alternate fuel control measure shall annually submit a compliance plan to the director of the department of weights and measures no later than sixty days before the first day of a gasoline control period.

J. A person shall not sell or offer or expose for sale diesel fuel grade 1, 2 or 4 as defined in ASTM D975 that contains sulfur in excess of:

1. For low sulfur diesel fuel, five hundred parts per million by weight for use in area A as defined in section 49-541.

2. For ultra low sulfur diesel fuel, the amount that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations section 80.520(a)(1).

K. A person shall not sell or offer or expose for sale diesel fuel, biodiesel or biodiesel blends that contain sulfur in excess of five hundred parts per million for use in area A as defined in section 49-541.

L. A person shall label dispensers at which biodiesel or biodiesel blends are dispensed in conformance with 16 code of Federal Regulations part 306 and 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574. This section does not preclude a person from labeling a dispenser that dispenses diesel fuel that contains up to five per cent biodiesel With a label that states "may contain up to five per cent biodiesel".

M. For biodiesel blends that contain more than five per cent by volume of biodiesel, a person shall prepare product transfer documents in a manner that notifies the transferee of the per cent by volume of biodiesel in the product. For diesel fuel that contains five per cent or less by volume of biodiesel, a person shall prepare product transfer documents in a manner that notifies that transferee of any volume per cent of biodiesel intentionally added to or known by the transferor to be in the product.

N. The director shall adopt rules regarding the establishment and enforcement of all of the following:

1. National or federal standards for individual biofuels and biofuel blends.

2. United States environmental protection agency and ASTM test methods for individual biofuels and biofuel blends.

3. Registration and reporting requirements for producers, blenders and suppliers of biofuels and biofuel blends.

4. Labeling requirements for biofuels and biofuel blends other than biodiesel or biodiesel blends.

5. Quality assurance and quality control programs for producers, blenders and suppliers of biofuels and biofuel blends addressing rack, batch or other blending.

6. Requirements that the dispensing equipment meet appropriate UL ratings where available and applicable, that the equipment comply with rules adopted by the department relating to approval, installation and sale of devices and that the equipment be compatible with the products being dispensed.

O. A biofuels or biofuel blends producer, blender, distributor, supplier or retail seller that is in compliance with this section and the rules adopted pursuant to this section is not liable to a consumer for any injuries or property damage related to a consumer who misfuels.

P. A person shall label each dispenser at which ultra low sulfur diesel fuel is dispensed in a manner that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574 to inform the customer of the sulfur content of the diesel fuel being dispensed.

Q. A person shall label each dispenser at which low sulfur diesel fuel is dispensed in a manner that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574 to inform the customer of the sulfur content of the diesel fuel being dispensed.

R. If any person transfers custody or title of a diesel fuel or distillate, except if the diesel fuel is dispensed into a motor vehicle or nonroad, locomotive or marine equipment, the transferor shall provide to the transferee product transfer documents that conform with 40 Code of Federal Regulations section 80.590.

S. If the transfer of a motor fuel is from a terminal, storage facility, or transmix facility, the product transfer documents shall contain the information prescribed in subsection R of this section as well as the name and address of the final destination for the shipment, as prescribed by department rule, and must accompany the shipment to its final destination.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2083

41-2083. Standards for motor fuel; exceptions

A. Except as provided in section 41-2083.01 and subsections C, D, E, F, G, K and L of this section, a retail seller or fleet owner shall not store, sell or expose or offer for sale any motor fuel, kerosene, oil or other liquid or gaseous fuel or lubricating oil, lubricant, mixtures of lubricants or other similar products if the product fails to meet the standards specified in this section and in the rules adopted by the director.

B. A person shall not misrepresent the nature, origination, quality, grade or identity of any product specified in subsection A of this section or represent the nature, origination, quality, grade or identity of such product in any manner calculated or tending to mislead or in any way deceive. This subsection does not prohibit product origination disclaimer labeling on the retail dispenser.

C. After consultation with the director of the department of environmental quality, the standards and test methods for motor fuels shall be established by the director of the department of weights and measures by rule.

D. Maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A as defined in section 49-541 shall be 9.0 pounds per square inch from and after September 30 through March 31 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

E. From and after September 30 through March 31 of each year a person shall not supply or sell gasoline that exceeds the ASTM D4814 class A vapor pressure/distillation class ten volume per cent evaporated distillation temperature.

F. Maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand persons or more and any portion of a county contained in area A as defined in section 49-541 shall be 7.0 pounds per square inch from and after May 31 through September 30 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

G. Exclusively for the purposes of transportation conformity and only if the administrator of the United States environmental protection agency fails to approve the applicable plan required pursuant to section 49-406, maximum vapor pressure for gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles in area B as defined in section 49-541 shall be ten pounds per square inch from and after September 30 through March 31 of each year. Fuel used in motor vehicles at a manufacturer's proving ground or a motor vehicle racing event as defined by section 41-2121 is exempt from this subsection.

H. Notwithstanding subsections D, F and G of this section, the director of the department of weights and measures in consultation with the director of the department of environmental quality shall approve alternate fuel control measures that are submitted by manufacturers or suppliers of gasoline and that the directors determine will result in either of the following:

1. Motor vehicle carbon monoxide emissions that are equal to or less than emissions that result under compliance with subsection D of this section and section 41-2123. In making this determination, the director of the department of weights and measures and the director of the department of environmental quality shall compare the emissions of the alternate fuel control measure with the emissions of a fuel with a maximum vapor pressure standard as prescribed by this section and with the minimum oxygen content or percentage by volume of ethanol as prescribed by section 41-2123.

2. Motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions that are equal to or less than the emissions that result under compliance with subsection F of this section. In making this determination, the director of the department of weights and measures and the director of the department of environmental quality shall compare the motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions of the alternate fuel control measure with the motor vehicle non-methane hydrocarbon emissions of a fuel that complies with the maximum vapor pressure standard as prescribed by subsection F of this section.

I. Any alternate fuel control measures that are approved shall not increase emissions of non-methane hydrocarbons, particulates, carbon monoxide or oxides of nitrogen. Alternate fuel control measures approved pursuant to subsection H of this section and this subsection may be used by any manufacturer or supplier of gasoline unless the approval is rescinded more than one hundred eighty days before the first day of a gasoline control period. Manufacturers and suppliers who use an approved alternate fuel control measure shall annually submit a compliance plan to the director of the department of weights and measures no later than sixty days before the first day of a gasoline control period.

J. A person shall not sell or offer or expose for sale diesel fuel grade 1, 2 or 4 as defined in ASTM D975 that contains sulfur in excess of:

1. For low sulfur diesel fuel, five hundred parts per million by weight for use in area A as defined in section 49-541.

2. For ultra low sulfur diesel fuel, the amount that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations section 80.520(a)(1).

K. A person shall not sell or offer or expose for sale diesel fuel, biodiesel or biodiesel blends that contain sulfur in excess of five hundred parts per million for use in area A as defined in section 49-541.

L. A person shall label dispensers at which biodiesel or biodiesel blends are dispensed in conformance with 16 code of Federal Regulations part 306 and 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574. This section does not preclude a person from labeling a dispenser that dispenses diesel fuel that contains up to five per cent biodiesel With a label that states "may contain up to five per cent biodiesel".

M. For biodiesel blends that contain more than five per cent by volume of biodiesel, a person shall prepare product transfer documents in a manner that notifies the transferee of the per cent by volume of biodiesel in the product. For diesel fuel that contains five per cent or less by volume of biodiesel, a person shall prepare product transfer documents in a manner that notifies that transferee of any volume per cent of biodiesel intentionally added to or known by the transferor to be in the product.

N. The director shall adopt rules regarding the establishment and enforcement of all of the following:

1. National or federal standards for individual biofuels and biofuel blends.

2. United States environmental protection agency and ASTM test methods for individual biofuels and biofuel blends.

3. Registration and reporting requirements for producers, blenders and suppliers of biofuels and biofuel blends.

4. Labeling requirements for biofuels and biofuel blends other than biodiesel or biodiesel blends.

5. Quality assurance and quality control programs for producers, blenders and suppliers of biofuels and biofuel blends addressing rack, batch or other blending.

6. Requirements that the dispensing equipment meet appropriate UL ratings where available and applicable, that the equipment comply with rules adopted by the department relating to approval, installation and sale of devices and that the equipment be compatible with the products being dispensed.

O. A biofuels or biofuel blends producer, blender, distributor, supplier or retail seller that is in compliance with this section and the rules adopted pursuant to this section is not liable to a consumer for any injuries or property damage related to a consumer who misfuels.

P. A person shall label each dispenser at which ultra low sulfur diesel fuel is dispensed in a manner that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574 to inform the customer of the sulfur content of the diesel fuel being dispensed.

Q. A person shall label each dispenser at which low sulfur diesel fuel is dispensed in a manner that conforms with 40 Code of Federal Regulations sections 80.570, 80.571, 80.572, 80.573 and 80.574 to inform the customer of the sulfur content of the diesel fuel being dispensed.

R. If any person transfers custody or title of a diesel fuel or distillate, except if the diesel fuel is dispensed into a motor vehicle or nonroad, locomotive or marine equipment, the transferor shall provide to the transferee product transfer documents that conform with 40 Code of Federal Regulations section 80.590.

S. If the transfer of a motor fuel is from a terminal, storage facility, or transmix facility, the product transfer documents shall contain the information prescribed in subsection R of this section as well as the name and address of the final destination for the shipment, as prescribed by department rule, and must accompany the shipment to its final destination.

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