Final Rule for Nonconformance Penalties for On-Highway Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines
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to learn more.EPA is taking final action to establish nonconformance penalties (NCPs) for manufacturers of heavy heavy-duty diesel engines (HHDDE) in model years 2012 and later for emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) because we have found the criteria for NCPs and the Clean Air Act have been met. In general, NCPs allow a manufacturer of heavy-duty engines (HDEs) whose engines do not conform to applicable emission standards, but do not exceed a designated upper limit, to be issued a certificate of conformity upon payment of a monetary penalty to the United States Government.
- Final Rule (PDF)(19 pp, 421 K, published September 5, 2012)
- Final Technical Support Document (PDF) (90 pp, 1 MB, EPA-420-R-12-014, August 2012)
- Response to Comments (PDF) (88 pp, 1 MB, EPA-420-R-12-015, August 2012)
- Fact Sheet: Nonconformance Penalties for Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines Subject to the 2010 NOx Emission Standard (PDF) (4 pp, 170K, EPA-420-F-12-049, August 2012)