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sore -- UPDATED CONFERENCE CALL DETAILS AND AVAILABILITY OF DRAFT 15-DAY CHANGES FOR SMALL OFF-ROAD ENGINE WORKING GROUP MEETING JANUARY 31, 2017 Posted: 27 Jan 2017 13:01:50
Conference call details and the agenda for the Small Off-Road Engine (SORE) Working Group meeting on January 31, 2017, at 1:00 PM PST have been updated, and draft 15-day changes have been posted to the SORE webpage. The meeting is being held to discuss potential 15-day changes to the evaporative emissions regulation amendments approved by the Board in November 2016. Proposals for purging carbon canisters during the diurnal emission test in TP-902 in a way that represents real-world use are among the topics that will be discussed. Working group members are encouraged to submit proposals and/or data demonstrating typical purge volumes for passively-purged and actively-purged carbon canisters for consideration. Draft 15-day changes are posted on: https://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/offroad/sore/sore.htm The agenda for the meeting is as follows: 1. Introductions and roll call 2. Draft 15-day changes to the evaporative emissions regulation amendments approved by the Board in November 2016 a. Overview of changes b. Effective date of the amendments c. Fuel line test procedures d. Executive Order Holder testing after a failed ARB compliance test 3. Carbon canister purging proposals 4. Additional items/future meetings Suggestions for additional agenda items may be sent to Angus MacPherson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Christopher Dilbeck at email@example.com. To participate in the meeting, use one of the following phone numbers and the participant passcode: USA Phone number: (800) 857-5137 Phone number for international callers: 1 (630) 395-0365 Participant passcode (updated): 1130508 Background: The primary purpose of the working group is to discuss emissions mitigation opportunities related to SORE. The working group also discusses technical aspects of rulemaking for SORE as needed. California is in a drought emergency. Visit www.SaveOurH2O.org for water conservation tips.