Final Rule for Phase 2 Emission Standards for New Nonroad Spark-Ignition Handheld Engines At or Below 19 Kilowatts and Minor Amendments to Emission Requirements Applicable to Small Spark-Ignition Engines and Marine Spark-Ignition Engines
In this action, EPA is finalizing a second phase of regulations to control emissions from new nonroad spark-ignition handheld engines at or below 19 kilowatts (25 horsepower). The engines covered by this action are used principally in handheld lawn and garden equipment applications such as trimmers, leaf blowers, and chainsaws. The standards will be phased in beginning with the 2002 model year. This final rule also includes minor amendments to the control programs for Small SI and Marine SI engines.
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- Final Rule (PDF)(48 pp, 509 K, published April 25, 2000)
- Regulatory Impact Analysis (PDF)(163 pp, 862 K, EPA-420-R-00-004, published March 2000)
- Summary and Analysis of Comments (PDF)(73 pp, 165 K, EPA-420-R-00-005, published March 2000)
- Final Phase 2 Standards for Small Spark-Ignition Handheld Engines (PDF) (6 pp, 35 K, EPA-420-F-00-007, March 2000)