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41-2123. Area A; sale of gasoline; oxygen content

A. From and after November 1 through March 31 of each year:

1. All gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A or that is consumed in a motor vehicle 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 by a fleet owner shall, for a gasoline-ethanol blend, contain not less than ten per cent by volume of ethanol nor more than the maximum percentage of oxygen allowed by provisions of a waiver issued or other limits established by the United States environmental protection agency.

2. All gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A or that is consumed in a motor vehicle within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A by a fleet owner shall, for a blend other than a gasoline-ethanol blend, contain not less than 2.7 per cent by weight of oxygen nor more than the maximum percentage of oxygen allowed by provisions of a waiver issued or other limits established by the United States environmental protection agency.

B. Notwithstanding subsection A 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 motor vehicle carbon monoxide emissions that are equal to or less than emissions that result under compliance with subsection A of this section and section 41-2083. 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 section 41-2083 and with the minimum oxygen content or percentage by volume of ethanol as prescribed by this section.

C. 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 B 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.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2123

41-2123. Area A; sale of gasoline; oxygen content

A. From and after November 1 through March 31 of each year:

1. All gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A or that is consumed in a motor vehicle 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 by a fleet owner shall, for a gasoline-ethanol blend, contain not less than ten per cent by volume of ethanol nor more than the maximum percentage of oxygen allowed by provisions of a waiver issued or other limits established by the United States environmental protection agency.

2. All gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A or that is consumed in a motor vehicle within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A by a fleet owner shall, for a blend other than a gasoline-ethanol blend, contain not less than 2.7 per cent by weight of oxygen nor more than the maximum percentage of oxygen allowed by provisions of a waiver issued or other limits established by the United States environmental protection agency.

B. Notwithstanding subsection A 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 motor vehicle carbon monoxide emissions that are equal to or less than emissions that result under compliance with subsection A of this section and section 41-2083. 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 section 41-2083 and with the minimum oxygen content or percentage by volume of ethanol as prescribed by this section.

C. 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 B 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.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2123

41-2123. Area A; sale of gasoline; oxygen content

A. From and after November 1 through March 31 of each year:

1. All gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A or that is consumed in a motor vehicle 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 by a fleet owner shall, for a gasoline-ethanol blend, contain not less than ten per cent by volume of ethanol nor more than the maximum percentage of oxygen allowed by provisions of a waiver issued or other limits established by the United States environmental protection agency.

2. All gasoline that is supplied or sold by any person and that is intended as a final product for the fueling of motor vehicles within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A or that is consumed in a motor vehicle within a county with a population of one million two hundred thousand or more persons and any portion of a county contained in area A by a fleet owner shall, for a blend other than a gasoline-ethanol blend, contain not less than 2.7 per cent by weight of oxygen nor more than the maximum percentage of oxygen allowed by provisions of a waiver issued or other limits established by the United States environmental protection agency.

B. Notwithstanding subsection A 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 motor vehicle carbon monoxide emissions that are equal to or less than emissions that result under compliance with subsection A of this section and section 41-2083. 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 section 41-2083 and with the minimum oxygen content or percentage by volume of ethanol as prescribed by this section.

C. 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 B 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.

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