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Marine Spark-Ignition Engine, Vessel and Off-road Recreational Vehicle Emission Regulations (SOR/2011-10)

Regulations are current to 2020-09-09 and last amended on 2018-03-22. Previous Versions

Standards (continued)

Emission Standards (continued)

EPA Certificates

Marginal note:Subsection 153(3) of Act

  •  (1) For the purposes of subsection 153(3) of the Act, the provisions of the CFR that are applicable under an EPA certificate to engines or vehicles referred to in paragraph 11(1)(b), or to fuel lines and fuel tanks installed in vessels or outboards referred to in paragraph 11(1)(c), correspond to the emission standards referred to in paragraph 11(1)(a).

  • Marginal note:EPA is prescribed agency

    (2) For the purposes of subsection 153(3) of the Act, the EPA is the prescribed agency.

Engines

Marginal note:Outboard and personal watercraft engines

  •  (1) The following standards set out in subpart B of CFR 1045 apply to outboards and personal watercraft engines for the 2012 and subsequent model years:

    • (a) the applicable exhaust emission standards for HC + NOx and CO set out in sections 103(a) and (d);

    • (b) the not-to-exceed exhaust emission standards set out in section 107; and

    • (c) the crankcase emission standard set out in section 115(a).

  • Marginal note:Useful life

    (2) Those standards apply for the applicable useful life of outboards and personal watercraft engines as set out in section 103(e) of subpart B of CFR 1045.

Marginal note:Conventional inboard engines

  •  (1) The following standards set out in subpart B of CFR 1045 apply to conventional inboard engines for the 2012 and subsequent model years:

    • (a) the applicable exhaust emission standards for HC + NOx and CO set out in sections 105(a)(1) and (2) and 105(d);

    • (b) the not-to-exceed exhaust emission standards set in section 107; and

    • (c) the crankcase emission standards set out in section 115(a).

  • Marginal note:Useful life

    (2) Those standards apply for the applicable useful life of the engines as set out in section 105(e) of subpart B of CFR 1045.

  • Marginal note:Jet boats

    (3) For a jet boat engine described in sections 660(a) and (c) of subpart G of CFR 1045, the standards apply for the useful life of the engine as set out in section 660(e) of subpart G of CFR 1045.

Marginal note:High-performance inboard engines

  •  (1) The following standards set out in subpart B of CFR 1045 apply to high-performance inboard engines for the 2013 and subsequent model years:

    • (a) the applicable exhaust emission standards for HC + NOx and CO set out in sections 105(a)(1) and (3) and 105(d); and

    • (b) the crankcase emission standard set out in section 115(a).

  • Marginal note:Useful life

    (2) Those standards apply for the applicable useful life of the engines as set out in section 105(e) of subpart B of CFR 1045.

Marginal note:Engines equipped with three-way catalysts

 An engine equipped with three-way catalysts and closed-loop control of air-fuel ratios must be equipped with a diagnostic system that conforms to the applicable standards set out in section 110 of subpart B of CFR 1045.

Marginal note:Electronically controlled engines

 Electronically controlled engines of the 2013 and subsequent model years must be equipped with a torque broadcasting system that meets the requirements of sections 115(b) and (c) of subpart B of CFR 1045.

Marginal note:Meaning of replacement engine

  •  (1) In this section, replacement engine means an engine manufactured exclusively to replace an engine used to propel a vessel if no current model year engine exists that has the characteristics necessary for the propulsion of the vessel.

  • Marginal note:Standards for replacement engines

    (2) A replacement engine may, instead of conforming to the applicable standards set out in sections 13 to 17, conform to

    • (a) in the case that the replacement engine is manufactured to the specifications for a model year later than the model year of the original engine,

      • (i) the standards referred to in sections 13 to 17 that were applicable to an engine manufactured to the specification for the model year of the replacement engine, or

      • (ii) the manufacturer’s specifications, if no standard referred to in sections 13 to 17 applies; and

    • (b) in any other case,

      • (i) the standards referred to in sections 13 to 17 that are applicable to the original engine, or

      • (ii) the manufacturer’s specifications, if no standard referred to in sections 13 to 17 applies.

  • Marginal note:Label

    (3) A replacement engine must bear a label that meets the requirements set out in

    • (a) subsections 7(3) and (4) and that indicates, in both official languages, that the engine is a replacement engine; or

    • (b) section 240(b)(6) of CFR 1068.

Vessels and Outboards

Marginal note:Vessels and outboards

 The following standards set out in subpart B of CFR 1060 apply to vessels, and outboards, for the 2015 and subsequent model years, in which fuel lines or fuel tanks are installed:

  • (a) the applicable fuel line permeation emission standards set out in section 102(d)(2);

  • (b) the applicable fuel tank permeation emission standards set out in section 103(b); and

  • (c) the applicable diurnal standards set out in sections 101(f)(1) and (3) and 105(b).

Vehicles

Marginal note:Snowmobiles

  •  (1) The following standards set out in subpart B of CFR 1051 apply to snowmobiles for the 2012 and subsequent model years:

    • (a) the applicable exhaust emission standards for HC and CO set out in sections 103(a) and (b);

    • (b) the applicable evaporative emission standards for fuel tanks and fuel lines set out, respectively, in sections 110(a) and (b); and

    • (c) the crankcase emission standard set out in section 115(a).

  • Marginal note:Useful life

    (2) Those standards apply for the useful life of the vehicles set out in section 103(c) of subpart B of CFR 1051.

Marginal note:Off-road motorcycles

  •  (1) The following standards set out in subpart B of CFR 1051 apply to off-road motorcycles for the 2012 and subsequent model years:

    • (a) the applicable exhaust emission standards for HC + NOx and CO set out in sections 105(a)(1) and 105(b);

    • (b) the applicable evaporative emission standards for fuel tanks and fuel lines set out, respectively, in sections 110(a) and (b); and

    • (c) the crankcase emission standard set out in section 115(a).

  • Marginal note:Alternative standards

    (2) Despite paragraph (1)(a), off-road motorcycles for a given model year with engines that have a total displacement of 70 cm3 or less may conform to the exhaust emission standards set out for that model year in section 615(b) of subpart G of CFR 1051.

  • Marginal note:Useful life

    (3) The standards referred to in subsections (1) and (2) apply for the useful life of the vehicles set out in section 105(c) of subpart B of CFR 1051.

Marginal note:All-terrain and utility vehicles

  •  (1) The following standards set out in subpart B of CFR 1051 apply to all-terrain vehicles and utility vehicles for the 2012 and subsequent model years:

    • (a) the applicable exhaust emission standards for HC + NOx and CO set out in sections 107(a)(1) and 107(b);

    • (b) the applicable evaporative emission standards for fuel tanks and fuel lines set out, respectively, in sections 110(a) and (b); and

    • (c) the crankcase emission standard set out in section 115(a).

  • Marginal note:Alternative standards — 2012 to 2014 model years

    (2) Despite paragraph (1)(a), all-terrain vehicles and utility vehicles for each of the 2012 to 2014 model years may conform to the exhaust emission standards set out for that model year in section 145(b) of subpart B of CFR 1051.

  • Marginal note:Alternative standards — engine displacement of less than 100 cm3

    (3) Despite paragraph (1)(a) and subsection (2), all-terrain vehicles and utility vehicles for a given model year with engines that have a total displacement of less than 100 cm3 may conform to the exhaust emission standards set out for that model year in section 615(a) of subpart G of CFR 1051.

  • Marginal note:Useful life

    (4) The standards referred to in subsections (1) to (3) apply for the useful life of the vehicles set out in section 107(c) of subpart B of CFR 1051.

 
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