SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
RULE 1108.1 - EMULSIFIED ASPHALT
(Adopted August 3, 1979)(Amended December 4, 1981)(Amended November 4, 1983)
For the purpose of this rule, emulsified asphalt is a liquid petroleum product produced by fluxing an asphaltic base with water and an emulsifier, and is classed as rapid, medium, or slow setting grade as described under Section 94 of the January 1981, State of California Department of Transportation Standard Specifications.
A person shall not sell or offer for sale for use in the District, or use any emulsified asphalt containing organic compounds which evaporate at 260oC (500oF) or lower as determined by ASTM Method D244 (AASHTO T59), or other test method as approved by the Executive Officer, in excess of:
(A) Effective January 1, 1982:
(i) Slow setting type, three percent by volume
(ii) Rapid setting type, three percent by volume
(B) Before January 1, 1987:
(i) Medium setting type for use with dense graded aggregate, eight percent by volume.
(ii) Medium setting type for use with dense graded aggregate, 12 percent by volume.
(C) On and after January 1, 1987:
(i) Medium setting type for use with any aggregate, three percent by volume.
The provisions of this rule shall not apply to the use of emulsified asphalt that is subject to other Regulation XI rules, or specifically exempted in such rules.