Vapor Recovery Equipment Defects
This page last reviewed June 12, 2008
The ARB evaluates and tests new or modified vapor recovery systems. These systems recover the gasoline vapors generated while fueling vehicles in a service station. During the certification process, vapor recovery systems are evaluated for defects that substantially impair the efficiency of the system. Those defects identified as substantially impairing the efficiency of the system are included in the VRED list. When a defect included in the VRED list is found at a gasoline dispensing facility, the air district is required to remove the affected component from service until repairs are completed or the component is replaced or adjusted as necessary. For further information please see the California Health & Safety Code; Section 41960.2(c)&(d).
The ARB last amended the VRED list on June 22, 2005. Those amendments became effective on September 17, 2005.
To view the current VRED List click here
The ARB is in the process of updating and amending the VRED list. The VRED list with proposed amendments is now available for viewing.
To view the Initial Statement of Reasons please
To view the Notice of Public Comments please
To view the proposed amendments to the list in MS Word format click here.
To view the proposed list in PDF format click here.
For questions or comments concerning the VRED list or the porposed amendments to the VRED list please contact:
Melinda Weaver at (916) 322-8918 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org