Compliance promotion information package for the CEPA 1999 fuels regulations: En4-300/2013E-PDF
"Canada’s fuel quality regulations provide important environmental and health benefits, and it is recognized that the temporary waiving of such requirements could lessen these benefits. However, the granting of a waiver enabled by these Regulations would likely be of short duration, and the imposition of appropriate conditions would permit the minimization of any long-term damage to the environment or human health. At the same time, the granting of a waiver could help alleviate an emergency situation."--p. 29.
|Title||Compliance promotion information package for the CEPA 1999 fuels regulations|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Title from cover. "Current as of: January 2013."--p. 2. Issued also in French under title: Trousse de promotion de conformité Règlements fédéraux sur les combustibles (LCPE 1999).|
|Number of Pages||29 p.|
|Subject Terms||Fuel supply, Regulations|
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