The Vapor Recovery Program controls vapor emissions from gasoline marketing operations (gasoline dispensing facilities or service stations, tanker trucks (cargo tanks), bulk plants, and terminals), where gasoline vapor is a precursor to the formation of ozone and contains benzene, a constituent of gasoline vapor that has been identified as a toxic air contaminant.
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Preliminary Rulemaking Activity: Proposed Amendments to Certification Procedures
In September of 2022, CARB staff launched a new webpage to house preliminary rulemaking information pertaining to proposed amendments to vapor recovery certification procedures. The webpage currently includes background information, October 2022 workshop notice, workshop presentation, and links to draft regulatory text.