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Draft Regulatory Impact Analysis: Control of Air Pollution Emission Standards for New Nonroad Spark-Ignition Marine Engines.
Emission factors for compression ignition nonroad engines operated on no. 2 highway and nonroad diesel fuel /
Exhaust and crankcase emission factors for nonroad engine modeling : compression-ignition /
Exhaust and Crankcase Emission Factors for Nonroad Engine Modeling: Compression-Ignition, July 2010, NR-009d.
Final regulatory support document : control of emissions from new marine compression-ignition engines at or above 30 liters per cylinder /
Nonroad diesel emission standards : staff technical paper /
Regulatory impact analysis (RIA) for existing stationary compression ignition engines NESHAP /
Regulatory impact analysis (RIA) for reconsideration of the existing stationary compression ignition (CI) engines NESHAP.
Regulatory Impact Analysis and Regulatory Support Document: Control of Air Pollution; Determination of Significance for Nonroad Sources and Emission Standards for New Nonroad Compression-Ignition Engines at or Above 37 Kilowatts (50 Horsepower).
Regulatory impact analysis of the standards of performance for stationary compression ignition internal combustion engines.
Safety implications of onboard refueling vapor recovery systems : final report.
Summary and analysis of comments : control of emissions from new marine compression-ignition engines at or above 30 liters per cylinder /
Technical support document for the final locomotive/marine rule : air quality modeling analyses.
VERIFY schema change log of changes made for non-road compression ignition and non-road spark ignition.
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