40 CFR 87.3 - General requirements.
(a) This part provides for the approval or acceptance by the Administrator or the Secretary of testing and sampling methods, analytical, techniques, and related equipment not identical to those specified in this part. Before either approves or accepts any such alternate, equivalent, or otherwise nonidentical procedures or equipment, the Administrator or the Secretary shall consult with the other in determining whether or not the action requires rulemaking under sections 231 and 232 of the Clean Air Act, as amended, consistent with the Administrator's and the Secretary's responsibilities under sections 231 and 232 of the Act. (42 U.S.C. 7571, 7572).
(b) Under section 232 of the Act, the Secretary issues regulations to insure compliance with this part.
(c) With respect to aircraft of foreign registry, these regulations shall apply in a manner consistent with any obligation assumed by the United States in any treaty, convention or agreement between the United States and any foreign country or foreign countries.
Effective Date Note:
At 77 FR 36381, June 18, 2012, § 87.3 was revised, effective July 18, 2012. For the convenience of the user, the revised text is set forth as follows:
§ 87.3 General applicability and requirements.
(a) The regulations of this part apply to engines on all aircraft that are required to be certificated by FAA under 14 CFR part 33 except as specified in this paragraph (a). These regulations do not apply to the following aircraft engines:
(1) Reciprocating engines (including engines used in ultralight aircraft).
(2) Turboshaft engines such as those used in helicopters.
(3) Engines used only in aircraft that are not airplanes. For purposes of this paragraph (a)(3), “airplane” means a fixed-wing aircraft that is heavier than air.
(4) Engines not used for propulsion.
(b) Under section 232 of the Act, the Secretary of Transportation issues regulations to ensure compliance with the standards and related requirements of this part (42 U.S.C. 7572).
(c) The Secretary of Transportation shall apply these regulations to aircraft of foreign registry in a manner consistent with obligations assumed by the United States in any treaty, convention or agreement between the United States and any foreign country or foreign countries.
(d) No State or political subdivision of a State may adopt or attempt to enforce any aircraft or aircraft engine standard respecting emissions unless the standard is identical to a standard applicable to such aircraft under this part (including prior-tier standards applicable to exempt engines).
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