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Environment Canada's Gasoline Regulations: A discussion paper on the potential extension of the exemption for leaded gasoline used in competition vehicles

Leaded Gasoline for Use in Farm Equipment, Boats and Trucks Over 3856 kg

The Regulations have an ongoing exemption for gasoline used in engines that power farm equipment (tractors, combines, swathers or other farm machinery), boats or trucks with a gross weight rating greater than 3856 kg that are designed to use leaded gasoline. However, there has been no reported use of leaded gasoline in recent years for these uses.

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