Cargo Tank Vapor Recovery Laws and Regulations

This page last reviewed May 28, 2013

Current Regulations:

The Air Resources Board is responsible for the enforcement of Cargo Tank Vapor Recovery Program laws and regulations. On this webpage, you may access current laws and regulations governing cargo tank vapor recovery systems.

California Health and Safety Code: Article 3. Penalties

CODE

TITLE

HSC § 42400

Criminal penalty for violations

HSC § 42400.1

Negligent emission of air contaminants; Operation of source of
contaminants which cause actual injury; Criminal sanctions

HSC § 42400.2

Failure to Take Corrective Actions; Falsification of documents;
Criminal sanctions

HSC § 42400.3

Knowing violations; Penalties

HSC § 42400.3.5

Knowing violations; Penalties

HSC § 42402

Violation of emission limitations; Civil penalty

HSC § 42402.1

Negligent emission of air contaminants; Operation of source of
contaminants which cause actual injury; Civil penalties

HSC § 42402.2

Failure to take corrective action; Falsification of documents; Civil penalties

HSC § 42402.3

Willful and intentional emission of air contaminant, Penalty


California Health and Safety Code: Article 5. Gasoline Vapor Control

CODE

TITLE

HSC § 41962

Certification of Standards Compliance for Cargo Tanks


California Health and Safety Code, CCR, Title 17

CODE

TITLE

CCR Title 17 §94014

Certification of Vapor Recovery Systems for Cargo Tanks


For questions or comments regarding this program, please visit our Cargo Tank Program Contacts page.


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