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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter UPart 1042


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER U—AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS

PART 1042—CONTROL OF EMISSIONS FROM NEW AND IN-USE MARINE COMPRESSION-IGNITION ENGINES AND VESSELS

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Subpart A—OVERVIEW AND APPLICABILITY

§1042.1
Applicability.
§1042.2
Who is responsible for compliance?
§1042.5
Exclusions.
§1042.10
Organization of this part.
§1042.15
Do any other regulation parts apply to me?
§1042.30
Submission of information.
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Subpart B—EMISSION STANDARDS AND RELATED REQUIREMENTS

§1042.101
Exhaust emission standards for Category 1 engines and Category 2 engines.
§1042.104
Exhaust emission standards for Category 3 engines.
§1042.107
Evaporative emission standards.
§1042.110
Recording reductant use and other diagnostic functions.
§1042.115
Other requirements.
§1042.120
Emission-related warranty requirements.
§1042.125
Maintenance instructions.
§1042.130
Installation instructions for vessel manufacturers.
§1042.135
Labeling.
§1042.140
Maximum engine power, displacement, power density, and maximum in-use engine speed.
§1042.145
Interim provisions.
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Subpart C—CERTIFYING ENGINE FAMILIES

§1042.201
General requirements for obtaining a certificate of conformity.
§1042.205
Application requirements.
§1042.210
Preliminary approval.
§1042.220
Amending maintenance instructions.
§1042.225
Amending applications for certification.
§1042.230
Engine families.
§1042.235
Emission testing related to certification.
§1042.240
Demonstrating compliance with exhaust emission standards.
§1042.245
Deterioration factors.
§1042.250
Recordkeeping and reporting.
§1042.255
EPA decisions.
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Subpart D—TESTING PRODUCTION-LINE ENGINES

§1042.301
General provisions.
§1042.302
Applicability of this subpart for Category 3 engines.
§1042.305
Preparing and testing production-line engines.
§1042.310
Engine selection for Category 1 and Category 2 engines.
§1042.315
Determining compliance.
§1042.320
What happens if one of my production-line engines fails to meet emission standards?
§1042.325
What happens if an engine family fails the production-line testing requirements?
§1042.330
Selling engines from an engine family with a suspended certificate of conformity.
§1042.335
Reinstating suspended certificates.
§1042.340
When may EPA revoke my certificate under this subpart and how may I sell these engines again?
§1042.345
Reporting.
§1042.350
Recordkeeping.
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Subpart E—IN-USE TESTING

§1042.401
General Provisions.
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Subpart F—TEST PROCEDURES

§1042.501
How do I run a valid emission test?
§1042.505
Testing engines using discrete-mode or ramped-modal duty cycles.
§1042.515
Test procedures related to not-to-exceed standards.
§1042.520
What testing must I perform to establish deterioration factors?
§1042.525
How do I adjust emission levels to account for infrequently regenerating aftertreatment devices?
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Subpart G—SPECIAL COMPLIANCE PROVISIONS

§1042.601
General compliance provisions for marine engines and vessels.
§1042.605
Dressing engines already certified to other standards for nonroad or heavy-duty highway engines for marine use.
§1042.610
Certifying auxiliary marine engines to land-based standards.
§1042.615
Replacement engine exemption.
§1042.620
Engines used solely for competition.
§1042.625
Special provisions for engines used in emergency applications.
§1042.630
Personal-use exemption.
§1042.635
National security exemption.
§1042.640
Special provisions for branded engines.
§1042.650
Exemptions for migratory vessels and auxiliary engines on Category 3 vessels.
§1042.655
Special certification provisions for—Category 3 engines with aftertreatment.
§1042.660
Requirements for vessel manufacturers, owners, and operators.
§1042.670
Special provisions for gas turbine engines.
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Subpart H—AVERAGING, BANKING, AND TRADING FOR CERTIFICATION

§1042.701
General provisions.
§1042.705
Generating and calculating emission credits.
§1042.710
Averaging emission credits.
§1042.715
Banking emission credits.
§1042.720
Trading emission credits.
§1042.725
Information required for the application for certification.
§1042.730
ABT reports.
§1042.735
Recordkeeping.
§1042.745
Noncompliance.
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Subpart I—SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR REMANUFACTURED MARINE ENGINES

§1042.801
General provisions.
§1042.810
Requirements for owner/operators and installers during remanufacture.
§1042.815
Demonstrating availability.
§1042.820
Emission standards and required emission reductions for remanufactured engines.
§1042.825
Baseline determination.
§1042.830
Labeling.
§1042.835
Certification of remanufactured engines.
§1042.836
Marine certification of locomotive remanufacturing systems.
§1042.840
Application requirements for remanufactured engines.
§1042.845
Remanufactured engine families.
§1042.850
Exemptions and hardship relief.
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Subpart J—DEFINITIONS AND OTHER REFERENCE INFORMATION

§1042.901
Definitions.
§1042.905
Symbols, acronyms, and abbreviations.
§1042.910
Reference materials.
§1042.915
Confidential information.
§1042.920
Hearings.
§1042.925
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 1042—Summary of Previous Emission Standards
Appendix
Appendix II to Part 1042—Steady-State Duty Cycles
Appendix
Appendix III to Part 1042—Not-to-Exceed Zones


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