40 CFR 80.845 - What requirements apply to California gasoline?

§ 80.845 What requirements apply to California gasoline?

(a)Definition. For purposes of this subpart “California gasoline” means any gasoline designated by the refiner or importer as for use in California.

(b)California gasoline exemption. California gasoline that complies with all the requirements of this section is exempt from all other provisions of this subpart.

(c)Requirements for California gasoline.

(1) Each batch of California gasoline shall be designated as such by its refiner or importer.

(2) [Reserved]

(3) Designated California gasoline must ultimately be used in the State of California and not used elsewhere.

(4) In the case of California gasoline produced outside the State of California, the transferors and transferees shall meet the product transfer document requirements under § 80.81(g).

(5) Gasoline that is ultimately used in any part of the United States outside of the State of California shall comply with the standards and requirements of this subpart, regardless of any designation as California gasoline.

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