United States Emission Regulations As environmental policies continue to evolve, several efforts have been made to improve the air quality Emission regulations for fuel tanks in the United States started in 1990 with the passage of the Clean Air Act. This Congressional Act was passed as part of a sweeping effort to improve the quality of air by limiting pollution from all sources. Two agencies then crafted regulations for industries to follow in an effort to comply. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is a federal agency whose regulations have become the minimum standard for the entire country. The state of California, being the most severely polluted in the US, crafted stricter regulations of their own (enacted by California Air Resources Board or CARB) and now hold precedent over EPA regulations in that state.  The LEV I, II, III Initiatives in the United States Other states are free to adopt either the EPA regulations or any other regulation that is more stringent. As a

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