Large Spark-Ignition (LSI) Engine Fleet Requirements Regulation

This page last reviewed March 06, 2018

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Guidance Documents and Advisories

The Large Spark-Ignition (LSI) Engine Fleet Requirements Regulation applies to operators of forklifts, sweeper/scrubbers, industrial tow tractors, and airport ground support equipment (GSE).  These vehicles are found in industries as diverse as manufacturing, wholesale, transportation and utilities, retail, services, and construction.  The 2006 LSI rulemaking and 2010 amendments required operators of in-use fleets to achieve specific hydrocarbon (HC) + oxides of nitrogen (NOx) fleet average emission level (FAEL) standards that became more stringent over time, the lowest FAEL for large and medium fleets was to be achieved in 2013.  The 2016 amendments require operators of in-use fleets to report, label LSI equipment, and continue existing recordkeeping requirements previously set to expire June 30, 2016.  The regulatory language and information on reporting and compliance tools can be accessed by clicking the quick links buttons above.  For additional information, please contact the DOORS Hotline at (877) 59DOORS (877-593-6677), or email 

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What's New?:

Posted August 29, 2017
Posted June 23, 2017
  • Final rulemaking package approved.  The final rulemaking package to amend the Large-Spark Ignition Engine Fleet Requirements Regulation (LSI Regulation) was approved by the Office of Administrative Law and filed with the Secretary of the State on June 20, 2017. The regulations effective date is June 20, 2017

  • Initial reporting and labeling of applicable LSI equipment.  Beginning June 30, 2017, and until June 30, 2023, operators must maintain records, report, and label each piece of equipment subject to a FAEL standard.
  • New Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are now available.  The FAQs on Agricultural Crop Preparation Services, Airport Ground Support Equipment (GSE), Fleet Average Emission Limit Standards, and Limited Hours of Use Equipment are now available in the LSI Guidance Documents and Advisories page.