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What does each state require? Which filter should you use? What are the national emission standards? Below are answers to these questions and more. Of course, should you have any questions, our staff is always available at 1-877-267-3478.

State-by-state guide to Stage I and Stage II requirements.
State and EPA regulations mandate that service stations use Gasoline Vapor Recovery Systems, otherwise known as Stage II Vapor Recovery Systems, in more than half of the US states. Most state regulations permit a mix of standard gasoline nozzles and gasoline vapor recovery nozzles depending on the location within the state. The map to the right and menu below will help you determine whether or not your service station requires a Stage II Gasoline Vapor Recovery System and point you to the right products on our website.

In addition, each state has very specific regulations on handling aboveground and underground storage tanks (UST), otherwise known as Stage I Vapor Recovery. The regulations cover placement, vapor recovery during gasoline storage, removal and the like.

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Regulatory Agency websites.
California Air Resources Board www.arb.ca.gov
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. www.ul.com
Uniform Fire Code Association www.ncsaonline.net
Water Boards www.waterboards.ca.gov
National Fire Protection Association www.nfpa.org
Steel Tanks Institute www.steeltank.com
Illuminating Engineering Society www.ies.org