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Stage I Submerged Filling


Stage I Splash Filling


Stage I Balanced Submerged Filling


Stage II Total


Stage II Uncontrolled


Stage II Controlled


Stage II Spillage


Underground Storage Tank Breathing and Emptying

Interim White Paper - Midwest RPO Candidate Control Measures


3/10/2006 Page 10

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    STAPPA/ALAPCO. Meeting the 15-Percent Rate-of-Progress Requirement Under the Clean Air Act: A Menu of Options. September 1993.

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    Eastern Research Group. Emission Inventory Improvement Program, Gasoline Marketing (Stage I and Stage II), Volume III, Chapter 11. January 2001.

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    U.S. EPA. Stage II Vapor Recovery Systems Issues Paper. August 12, 2004.

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    U.S. EPA. Request for Review/Comment on EPA Plans for Final 2002 NEI for Gasoline Distribution Emissions. Memo from Laurel Driver, U.S. EPA, to State/local Agencies. February


  • 5.

    New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Economic Impact Analysis and Estimated VOC Reductions for Proposed Amendments to the Gasoline Transfer Operation Provisions at NJAC 7:27-16.3. March 28, 2002.

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    California Air Resources Board. Initial Statement of Reasons for the Proposed Amendments to the Vapor Recovery Certification and Test Procedures for Gasoline Loading and Motor Vehicle Refueling at Service Stations. February 4, 2000.

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    E.H. Pechan and Associates. Growth/Control Factor Revisons Since Delivery of “Final” December 2004 Files. Memo describing control factors for Stage II vehicle refueling emissions. February 2005.

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    U.S. EPA. Gasoline Distribution Industry (Stage 1) – Background Information for Proposed Standards, EPA-453/R-94-002a. January 1994.

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    U.S. EPA. Technical Guidance – Stage II Vapor Recovery Systems for Control of Vehicle Refueling Emissions at Gasoline Dispensing Facilities, EPA-450/3-91-022a. November 1991.

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    American Petroleum Institute. Cost Benefit Analysis for Stage II VRS Control in the Knoxville EAC Area. April 15, 2004.

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    American Petroleum Institute. Stage II Vapor Recovery System Operations & System Installation Costs. August 2002.

  • 12.

    California Air Resources Board. Staff Report: Enhanced Vapor Recovery Technology Review. October 2002.

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    California Air Resources Board. September 1, 204 letter regarding Executive Order G-70-205: Modification of Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) Phass II Operative Dates Relating to the Finding that EVR Phase II Vapor Recovery Systems are not Commercially Available.

Disclaimer: The control measures identified in this document represent an initial set of possible measures. The Midwest RPO States have not yet determined which measures will be necessary to meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act. As such, the inclusion of a particular measure here should not be interpreted as a commitment or decision by any State to adopt that measure. Other measures will be examined in the near future. Subsequent versions of this document will likely be prepared for evaluation of additional potential control measures.

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