Fuels Information Regulations, No. 1 (SOR/C.R.C., c. 407)The Fuels Information Regulations, No. 1 were adopted in 1977 to provide Environment Canada with information regarding liquid fuel composition, particularly concerning SO2 emissions from combustion. These regulations require annual reporting on sulphur levels in fuels and one-time reporting on non-lead fuel additive content. Additional reporting of additives is required when there are changes. The regulations apply to all fuels in liquid form that originate from crude oils, coal or bituminous sands.
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Fuels Information Regulations, No. 1
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- Amendments to Regulations under Section 140 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (Miscellaneous Program) (2000-104)
- Regulations Amending Certain Regulations Made Under Sections 140, 209 and 286.1 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (2017-110)
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