SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT


(Adopted Dec. 2, 1977)(Amended October 20, 1978)(Amended Feb. 2, 1979)

(Amended August 2, 1985)(Amended May 4, 1990)

RULE 431.2. SULFUR CONTENT OF LIQUID FUELS

(a) Definitions

For purposes of this rule, DIESEL FUEL is a liquid fuel that is commonly known as diesel fuel no. 1-D or 2-D pursuant to the specifications in ASTM D 975-81, Standard Specifications for Diesel Fuel Oils, and which has an API gravity of 26 or more.

(b) General Requirements

(c) Recordkeeping Requirements

(d) Test Methods

The sulfur content of liquid fuels shall be determined by ASTM Method D 4294 or D 2622-82, or any other equivalent method approved in writing by the Executive Officer.

(e) Equivalency

(f) Exemptions

The provisions of this rule shall not apply to: