FINAL REGULATION ORDER – PART 3
Note: The amendments are shown in underline to indicate additions to the preexisting regulatory text, and in strikeout to indicate deletions.
Amend sections 2452, 2456, and 2461 of title 13, California Code of Regulations, to read as follows:
Article 5. Portable Engine and Equipment Registration
§ 2450. Purpose. (No Change)
§ 2451. Applicability. (No Change)
§ 2452. Definitions.
(a-gg) (No Change)
Resident Engine means:
a portable engine that resided in the State of California at any time from July 1, 2003
to July 1, 2004 and an application for registration is submitted to the Executive Officer no later than December 31, 2005. The responsible official shall provide sufficient documentation to prove the portable engine's residency to the satisfaction of the Executive Officer. Examples of adequate documentation include but are not limited to: valid permits issued by a district, tax records, and usage or maintenance records.; or (3) a diesel-fueled portable engine, certified to an emissions standard pursuant to title 13 of the California Code of Regulations or 40 CFR Part 89, the owner of which can show proof acceptable to the Executive Officer that such engine was operated in California between March 1, 2004 and October 1, 2006. (4) A diesel-fueled portable engine permitted or registered by a local district pursuant to
title 17 section 93116.3(b)(6) is not a resident engine.
(jj-qq) (No Change)
“Tier 1 Engine” means a certified nonroad engine, as defined in
title 17 of the California Code of Regulations section 93116.2(e), for the horsepower and
year of manufacture as follows: ≥50 bhp and <100 bhp; 1998 through 2003 ≥100 bhp and <175 bhp; 1997 through 2002 ≥175 bhp and <300 bhp; 1996 through 2002 ≥300 bhp and <600 bhp; 1996 through 2000 ≥600 bhp and ≤750 bhp; 1996 through 2001 >750 bhp; 2000 through 2005
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