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26.11.20.00.htm 26.11.20.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 11 AIR QUALITY Chapter 20 Mobile Sources Authority: Environment Article, §2-102, 2-103, and 2-301, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.11.20.01.htm 26.11.20.01. 01 Visible Emissions from Ships.. A person or agent may not cause or permit the discharge of emissions from any ship in excess of the following limits:Maximum Opacity or Ringelmann. Operating Mode. Chart Number. Allowable Time. A. Underway, at berth, or at anchor. 20%1. No limit.. B. Soot blowing: (1) Underway within 1 mile (1.6 kilometer) of any shore. No soot blowing allowed.. 2) At berth or anchor: (a) Within first or last 24 hours of arrival or departure.
26.11.20.02.htm 26.11.20.02. 02 Motor Vehicle Emission Control Devices.. A. Removal of Control Devices. A person may not remove, alter, or otherwise render inoperative, exhaust emission control, crankcase ventilation, or any other air pollution control device which has been installed as a requirement of federal law or regulation.B. Operation of Motor Vehicles. A person may not operate a motor vehicle originally equipped with air pollution control devices as required by federal law or regulation unless
26.11.20.03.htm 26.11.20.03. 03 Motor Vehicle Fuel Specifications.. A. Definitions. For the purposes of this regulation, the definitions specified in COMAR 03.03.05.01 and COMAR 03.03.06 apply.B. Applicability. Unless otherwise indicated in COMAR 03.03.05 and COMAR 03.03.06, this regulation applies Statewide.C. Volatility. Unless the gasoline is segregated and clearly documented as noncomplying and not for sale or supply to an ultimate consumer in an applicable control area, a person may not produce, stor
26.11.20.04.htm 26.11.20.04. 04 National Low Emission Vehicle Program.. A. Definitions. In this regulation, the following terms have the meanings indicated:. 1) "Heavy-duty vehicle" means a motor vehicle having a manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating greater than 6,000 pounds, except passenger cars.2) "Light-duty truck" means a motor vehicle, rated at 6,000 pounds gross vehicle weight or less, which is:a) Designed primarily for purposes of transportation of property or is a derivative of such a vehicle; or
26.11.20.05.htm 26.11.20.05. 05 Diesel Vehicle Emissions Control Program.. The regulations found in COMAR 11.21.02 have been jointly adopted by the Department of the Environment, the Department of State Police, and the Department of Transportation, and will not be duplicated in Title 26. These regulations should be cited under COMAR 11.21.02.
26.11.20.06.htm 26.11.20.06. 06 Heavy Duty Diesel Engines.. A. This regulation applies to:. 1) Heavy-duty diesel engines produced for the 2005 and subsequent model years; and. 2) New motor vehicles containing heavy-duty diesel engines produced for the 2005 and subsequent model years.B. Exemptions. This regulation does not apply to:. 1) 2005 or subsequent model year heavy-duty diesel engines manufactured:. a) By an ultra-small volume manufacturer; or. b) For use in an urban bus;. 2) Heavy-duty diesel engi
26.11.20.9999.htm 26.11.20.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 18, 1980 (7:12 Md. R. 1148). For the history of this subtitle before June 18, 1980, see the Administrative History of COMAR 26.11.01.Regulation .01 recodified as Regulation .06 and new Regulations .01 and .03―05 adopted effective November 19, 1983 (10:20 Md. R. 1786) ―Chapter recodified from COMAR 10.18.22 to COMAR 26.11.20. Regulations .01, .03, and .04 amended as an emergency provision effective January 25, 1989 (16:3 Md.
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