Fuels and Fuel Additives
Diesel Fuel Reporting Forms
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This page contains compliance reporting forms and associated instructions for Motor Vehicle, Nonroad, Locomotive, and Marine Diesel Fuel (40 CFR 80 Subpart I). These forms must be filled out and submitted by producers and importers of highway diesel fuel destined for sale in the United States. For a given compliance period (a calendar year), forms are submitted annually and are due the last day of August of the following year.
Diesel Fuel Compliance Report Forms and Instructions
Diesel Sulfur & Solvent Yellow 124 Test Facility Qualification
|Instructions:||Spreadsheet Templates: (February 2013)|
|DLQ001: Form Instructions to Parties Submitting Diesel Sulfur Accuracy and Precision Information for approval of test methods by facility (PDF) (12 pp, 119K, EPA-420-B-13-021, revised February 2013)||Sulfur Test Method Form (XLS) (4 pp, 42K, February 2013)|
|DFM001: Form Instructions for Using EPA Spreadsheet to Submit Solvent Yellow 124 Test Method Precision and Accuracy Information (PDF) (11 pp, 156K, EPA420-B-13-020, revised February 2009)||Marker 124 Test Method Form (XLS) (3 pp, 25K, February 2013)|
List of EPA Approved Diesel Sulfur Test Facilities (Accurate as of February 20, 2013)
- Alphabetical Company List of EPA Approved Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) Diesel Sulfur Test Faciltiies (PDF) (16 pp, 621k, February 2013)
- Alphabetical Company List of EPA Approved Low Sulfur Diesel (LSD) Diesel Sulfur Test Faciltiies (PDF) (4 pp, 479k, February 2013)
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