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.
SIP revision dated August 7, 1999.
New Jersey portions of the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island CO nonattainment area.
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.
EPA Region 2 Contact:
Henry Feingersh (212) 637-3382.