Rulemaking to Consider the Adoption of A Proposed Airborne Toxic Control Measure
(ATCM) for Stationary Compression Ignition Engines (November 20, 2003)

This page last reviewed February 8, 2010


FINAL APPROVAL/OAL ACTION

On November 8, 2004, the Final Regulation Order was approved by the Office of Administrative Law and filed with the Secretary of State. The rulemaking will become operative December 8, 2004.

Posted November 10, 2004:


ADOPTED REGULATIONS AND MATERIALS SUBMITTED TO OAL
Posted September 27, 2004:

A business or person submitting a comment to a proposed regulation or proposed amendment or repeal of a regulation or any person who specifically request it has the right to request a copy of the Final Statement of Reasons (FSOR). Upon its completion, the Final Statement of Reasons (FSOR) will be available and copies may be requested from the agency contact persons, or may be obtained in electronic form from this web page.


HEARING ACTION AND SUPPLEMENTAL 15-DAY NOTICES

Posted July 21, 2004:

  • Third Notice of Public Availability of Modified Text and Additional Documents - Deadline for Public Comment: August 6, 2004 (PDF - 13K)
    • Attachment I: Chapter IX "Economic Impacts" (Revised) (PDF - 100K)
    • Attachment II: Appendix I "Cost Analysis- Basis for Calculations" (Revised) (PDF - 37K)

Posted July 1, 2004:

  • Second Notice of Public Availability of Modified Text and Additional Documents - Deadline for Public Comment: July 16, 2004 (PDF - 17K)

Posted May 12, 2004:

  • Notice of Public Availability of Modified Text - Deadline for Public Comment: June 1, 2004 (HTML) or (PDF - 24K)

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE AND RELATED MATERIAL

Posted February 24, 2004:

  • Supplemental Information
    • New suggested changes for Board consideration regarding Interruptible Service Contracts and Rolling Blackout Reduction Programs, remote location engines, exemption for nuclear facilities and near-school engines. (PDF - 127K)

Posted January 28, 2004:


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Posted November 19, 2003:

  • Supplemental Information
    • New language for Board consideration regarding Interruptable Service Contracts and Rolling Blackout Reduction Programs. (PDF - 26K)
    • Spreadsheets used in the cost analysis. (All are in MS Excel97 format.)
      • Common Cost Information (19K)
      • In-Use Emergency Standby Engine Cost Estimates (3.1MB)
      • In-Use Prime Engine Cost Estimates (84K)
      • Time Corrected Cost Estimates (55K)
      • New Prime and Emergency Standby Cost Estimates (27K)

Posted September 30, 2003:

Posted September 26, 2003:


INFORMAL REGULATORY ACTIVITY


Diesel Activities - Stationary Engines and Portable Equipment
Rulemaking Activity for 2003