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|Main Title||Program update : proposal of emission control area to reduce emissions from ships in the U.S. Caribbean.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Transportation and Air Quality.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Transportation and Air Quality,|
|Subjects||Air quality--Standards--United States ; Marine engines--Standards--United States ; Air--Pollution--Law and legislation--United States ; Air--Pollution--United States--Management ; Marine pollution--United States--Management ; Motor vehicles--Pollution control devices|
|Additional Subjects||Compliance guide ; Emission control area ; Small entities ; Ships ; Caribbean area ; Marine transportation ; International emission controls ; Nitrogen oxides ; Sulfur oxides ; Marine ecosystems ; Terrestrial ecosystems ; Emissions reduction|
|Collation||1 online resource (6 pages) : color maps.|
This document was published by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)as our official compliance guide for small entities, as required by the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act of 1996 (SBREFA). Before you begin using the guide you should know that the information inthis guide was compiled and published on March 26, 2010 (75 FR 14670). EPA is continually improving and updating its rules, policies, compliance programs, and outreach efforts. You can determine whether EPAhas revised or supplemented the information in this guide by checking the Renewable Fuel Standard web page (www.epa.gov/otaq/ fuels/renewablefuels) for the rule, any technical amendments, and related information.
Title from title screen (viewed Oct. 13, 2010). "August 2010"--Page . "EPA-420-F-10-041"--Page .
"The United States has submitted a proposal to the International Maritime Organization to designate an area off the coasts of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands in which stringent international emission controls would apply to engines and fuels on ships operating in the area. When adopted, this control program would dramatically reduce air pollution from ships and deliver substantial benefits to the population of those U.S. territories, as well as to marine and terrestrial ecosystems. This fact sheet contains an overview of the proposal."