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What is Stage 2 vapor recovery?

What is Stage 2 vapor recovery?

A system designed to capture displaced vapors that emerge from inside a motorist’s fuel tank, when gasoline is dispensed into the tank. Such systems are referred to as Stage II because they address the second phase in the capture of vapors at a gasoline station. …

Does Diesel require vapor recovery?

No. Diesel fuel, which is NOT classified as a VOC, does not require any kind of vapor controls.

How do vapor recovery nozzles work?

Vapor recovery nozzles are used at the gas pump to help reduce air pollution. They capture the gasoline vapors that escape from automobile tanks when they are being refueled. The vapors are returned to the underground gasoline storage tank through special hoses and pipes.

What do vapor recovery nozzles remove?

Is higher octane gas better in winter?

octane doesn’t burn smoother or colder, or anything like that. Octane only effects the cars barrier to detonation. However it will not help your car. Most likely the problems your having are just cold weather issues.

Can a vapor recovery system be used in Massachusetts?

Note: Only Stage I & II (Phase I & II) vapor recovery systems approved by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) are allowable in Massachusetts.

How does Stage 2 gas vapor recovery work?

This process takes the vapors normally emitted directly into the atmosphere when pumping gas and recycles them back into the fuel storage tanks, preventing them from polluting the air. The Stage II system controls the release of VOC, benzene and toxics emitted from gasoline.

When did MassDEP require Stage 2 decommissioning?

MassDEP promulgated regulations in 2015 that required the decommissioning of all Stage II systems and specific enhancements to all Stage I systems by January 2, 2017. See Key Actions below for related forms and Additional Resources below for an FAQ about the Stage II decommissioning requirement.

When is the deadline to install EVR in Massachusetts?

Most Massachusetts Stage I facilities have until January 2, 2022, to install enhanced vapor recovery (EVR) equipment approved by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). MassDEP issued Frequently Asked Questions about the EVR installation deadline in October 2018.