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The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments contain a number of provisions related to the fuels used in motor vehicles. These regulatory programs will affect fuel quality in a number of ways. The regulations cover the following aspects of fuels: gasoline volatility, diesel fuel quality, oxygenated fuels, reformulated gasoline and clean alternative fuels. Each of these regulations and their impact on fuel quality is discussed.
Emission regulations, Clean Air Act amendments, motor fuel quality, reformulated gasoline, diesel fuel quality, oxygenated fuel
Director, Office of Mobile Sources, U. S. Environmental Agency, Washington, DC,