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New Jersey Carbon Monoxide: Determination of attainment and removal of Oxygenated Gasoline Program

Federal Register Dates:
September 9, 1999 Proposal 64 FR 48970
November 22, 1999 Final Rule 64 FR 63690

EPA Approval Date:
EPA's determination of CO attainment and approval to remove oxygenated gasoline Program from the SIP was effective on November 22, 1999.

State Submittal:
SIP revision dated August 7, 1999.

Affected Areas:
New Jersey portions of the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island CO nonattainment area.

Summary:
EPA has determined, base on ambient air quality monitoring data, that the New Jersey portions of the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island CO nonattainment area have attained the CO standard. Based on the CO air quality levels, EPA is approving New Jersey's request to remove its winter-time oxygenated gasoline (oxyfuel) program because it is no longer needed to ensure that air quality levels will remain healthful.

New Regulations Included As Part of the SIP:
NJAC 7:27, Subchapter 25 Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution by Vehicular Fuels, effective August 17, 1998.

Commitments:
None

EPA Region 2 Contact:
Henry Feingersh (212) 637-3382.

 


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