ATCP 94.120(4) (4) “Biofuels" means any fuel that is derived from biomass.
ATCP 94.120(5) (5) “Department" means the department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection.
ATCP 94.120(6) (6) “Inspection" means collection of product samples, qualitative determination by visual assessment and laboratory testing, and verification of associated product-shipping and storage records.
ATCP 94.120(7) (7) “Inspector" means a duly authorized fuel-products inspector of the department.
ATCP 94.120(8) (8) “Motor fuel" means a flammable or combustible liquid which is used in the operation of an internal combustion or turbine engine and which is regulated by either the product specifications in subch. II or the labeling requirements in s. ATCP 94.300.
ATCP 94.120(9) (9) “Petroleum and other liquid fuel products," “liquid fuels," and “fuel products" means gasoline, gasoline/alcohol-ether blends, aviation gasoline, automotive gasoline, kerosene, fuel oil, burner fuel, diesel fuel, biofuels, and blends of petroleum-based fuels and biofuels.
ATCP 94.120(10) (10) “Reclaimed used lubricating oil", “recleaned used lubricating oil," or “reconditioned used lubricating oil" means used oil which has been cleaned by cleaning methods used for the primary purpose of removing insoluble contaminants to make the oil suitable for further use. In this subsection, “cleaning method" includes settling, heating, dehydration, filtration, or centrifuging.
ATCP 94.120(11) (11) “Red-tag" means a red tag secured to a component of a storage or dispensing system, which gives notice that the system or the product stored is under enforcement action for failure to comply with the requirements of either this chapter or ch. ATCP 93, and which prohibits operation of the system until the tag is removed by an inspector.
ATCP 94.120(12) (12) “Rerefined used lubricating oil" means used oil on which refining processes have been used to produce high-quality base stock for lubricants. In this subsection, “refining process" includes distillation, hydrotreating, or treatments employing acid, caustic, solvent, clay, or other chemicals, or a combination of those processes.
ATCP 94.120 History History: Cr. Register, July, 1980, No. 295, eff. 8-1-80; cr. (6) and (7), Register, February, 1986, No. 362, eff. 3-1-86; CR 03-011: r. and recr. Register December 2003 No. 576, eff. 1-1-04; CR 05-081: renum. from Comm 48.03, renum. (1) (d), (e) and (3) to (7) to be (1) (c), (d), (5), (7), (9), (10), (12) and am., am. (1) (a), r. (1) (c), cr. (3), (4), (6), (8) and (11) Register August 2006 No. 608, eff. 9-1-06; CR 10-006: renum. from Comm 48.300 and am. (1) (intro.), (7) to (9) Register December 2010 No. 660, eff. 1-1-11; correction to numbering made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 1., Stats., Register December 2010 No. 660; correction in (5), (8), (11) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 6., 7., Stats., Register December 2011 No. 672; corrections in (5), (8), (11) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 6., 7., Stats., October 2013 No. 694.
subch. II of ch. ATCP 94 Subchapter II — Petroleum and Other Liquid Fuel Product Specifications
ATCP 94.200 ATCP 94.200Adoption of standard specifications by reference.
ATCP 94.200(1)(1) The following standards of the 2015 Annual Book of ASTM Standards of the American society for testing and materials are incorporated by reference into this chapter:
ATCP 94.200(1)(a) (a) ASTM 396-15c, standard specification for fuel oils.
ATCP 94.200(1)(b) (b) ASTM D910-15, standard specification for aviation gasolines.
ATCP 94.200(1)(c) (c) ASTM D975-15c, standard specification for diesel fuel oils.
ATCP 94.200(1)(d) (d) ASTM D1655-15de1, standard specification for aviation turbine fuels.
ATCP 94.200(1)(e) (e) ASTM D3699-13be1, standard specification for kerosine.
ATCP 94.200(1)(f) (f) ASTM D4806-15, standard specification for denatured fuel ethanol for blending with gasolines for use as automotive spark-ignition engine fuel.
ATCP 94.200(1)(g) (g) ASTM D4814-15a, standard specification for automotive spark-ignition engine fuel.
ATCP 94.200(1)(h) (h) ASTM D5798-15, standard specification for ethanol fuel blends for flexible-fuel for automotive spark-ignition engines.
ATCP 94.200(1)(i) (i) ASTM D6227-14, standard specification for unleaded aviation gasoline containing a non-hydrocarbon component.
ATCP 94.200(1)(j) (j) ASTM D6751-15c, standard specification for biodiesel fuel blend stock (B100) for middle distillate fuels.
ATCP 94.200(1)(k) (k) ASTM D7467-15c, standard specification for diesel fuel oil, biodiesel blend (B6 to B20).
ATCP 94.200(1)(L) (L) ASTM D7547-15, standard specification for hydrocarbon unleaded aviation gasoline.
ATCP 94.200(2) (2) Where no ASTM standard exists, other generally recognized national consensus standards may be used.
ATCP 94.200 Note Note: Copies of the adopted standards are on file in the offices of the department and the legislative reference bureau. Copies of the standards may be purchased from ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, PO Box C700, West Conshokocken, PA 19428–2959, telephone 877-909–2786, e-mail service@astm.org, or Web site www.astm.org.
ATCP 94.200 Note Note: Pursuant to section 168.07 (2) of the Statutes, inspections to determine compliance with specifications prescribed by the department must be conducted in accordance with the latest ASTM methods.
ATCP 94.200 History History: CR 03-011: cr. Register December 2003 No. 576, eff. 1-1-04; CR 05-081: r. and recr. Register August 2006 No. 608, eff. 9-1-06; CR 10-006: renum. from Comm 48.400 and am. (title), (1) (a) to (f), (h), (j), cr. (1) (k), (L) Register December 2010 No. 660, eff. 1-1-11; CR 14-047: am. (1) Register May 2015 No. 713, eff. 6-1-15; CR 16-012: am. (1) (intro.), (a) to (h), (j) to (L) Register August 2016 No. 728, eff. 9-1-16.
ATCP 94.210 ATCP 94.210Gasoline specifications.
ATCP 94.210(1) (1)Gasoline, automotive gasoline, alcohol, and gasoline/alcohol-ether blends.
ATCP 94.210(1)(a)(a) General. Gasoline, automotive gasoline, and gasoline/alcohol-ether blends sold or offered for sale in this state shall be visually free of undissolved water, sediment, and suspended matter, and shall be clear and bright at the ambient temperature or 70°F (21°C), whichever is higher.
ATCP 94.210(1)(b) (b) Gasoline. Any fuel product designated by name or reference as gasoline shall meet the requirements of Table 94.210.
Table 94.210
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ATCP 94.210(1)(c) (c) Automotive gasoline.
ATCP 94.210(1)(c)1.1. Except as provided in subd. 2., any fuel product designated by name or reference as automotive gasoline shall meet the requirements of ASTM D4814.
ATCP 94.210(1)(c)2. 2. Substitute a maximum sulfur level of 0.10, mass %, for the maximum sulfur level of 0.0350, mass %, in Table 2 of ASTM D4814.
ATCP 94.210 Note Note: The maximum sulfur level of 0.0350, mass %, in Table 2 of ASTM D4814, relates to federal air-quality requirements, and may be enforced by federal authorities.
ATCP 94.210(1)(d) (d) Gasoline/oxygenate blends.
ATCP 94.210(1)(d)1.1. Anhydrous denatured alcohol may be added to gasoline if the original gasoline product meets the requirements of par. (b) or (c).
ATCP 94.210(1)(d)2. 2. The alcohol content for ethyl alcohol may not exceed a concentration of 10 volume percent.
ATCP 94.210(1)(d)3. 3. The alcohol content for methyl alcohol may not exceed a concentration of one volume percent.
ATCP 94.210(1)(d)4. 4. Other oxygenated fuels shall be acceptable if the oxygenates are blended at the refinery in amounts allowed by the EPA and the final product conforms to the standard specification for gasoline under par. (b) or (c).
ATCP 94.210 Note Note: See paragraph (g) for restrictions relating to methyl tertiary-butyl ether.
ATCP 94.210(1)(e) (e) Ethanol.
ATCP 94.210(1)(e)1.1. Any product designated by name or reference as denatured fuel ethanol for blending with gasoline for use as automotive spark-ignition engine fuel shall meet the requirements of ASTM D4806.
ATCP 94.210(1)(e)2. 2. Any product designated by name or reference as fuel ethanol for automotive spark-ignition engines shall meet the requirements of ASTM D5798.
ATCP 94.210(1)(f) (f) Documentation. Any person who distributes gasoline products which contain one percent or more by volume of ethyl alcohol or methyl alcohol, or both, shall state on any invoice, bill of lading, shipping paper, or other documentation accompanying the shipment used in normal and customary business practices, the type and percentage of alcohol rounded to a whole number or half number equal to or less than the determined percentage.
ATCP 94.210(1)(g) (g) MTBE content.
ATCP 94.210(1)(g)1.1. Except as provided in subd. 2., gasoline, automotive gasoline, gasoline-alcohol fuel blends, and reformulated gasoline, as defined in s. 285.37 (1), Stats., beginning on August 1, 2004, may not contain more than 0.5%, by volume, of methyl tertiary-butyl ether.
ATCP 94.210(1)(g)2. 2. Racing fuel used at racing events or in preparation for racing events may contain any amount of methyl tertiary-butyl ether.
ATCP 94.210(2) (2)Aviation fuels.
ATCP 94.210(2)(a)(a) Aviation gasoline. Any fuel product designated by name or reference as aviation gasoline shall meet the requirements of ASTM D910, D6227, or D7547.
ATCP 94.210(2)(b) (b) Aviation turbine fuel. Any fuel product designated by name or reference as aviation turbine fuel shall meet the requirements of ASTM D1655.
ATCP 94.210 History History: R. and recreate from Ind 10.03, Register, July, 1980, No. 295, eff. 8-1-80; Table 10.04-B1 reprinted to correct error, Register, September, 1980, No. 297; r. and recr. (1) (c) and Table 48.04-B1, cr. (1) (d), Register, February, 1986, No. 362, eff. 3-1-86; CR 03-011: am. (1) (b) and (2), r. Tables 48.04-B1, B2, and C, cr. (1) (e), Register December 2003 No. 576, eff. 1-1-04; CR 05-081: renum. from Comm 48.04, renum. (1) (intro.) to (e) to be (1) (a) to (d), (f) and (g) and am., Table 48.04-A to be Table 48.500, am. (1) (title) and (2), cr. (1) (a) (title) and (e) Register August 2006 No. 608, eff. 9-1-06; CR 10-006: renum. from Comm 48.500 and am. (1) (b), (c) 1., (d) 1., 4., (2) Register December 2010 No. 660, eff. 1-1-11; correction in (1) (b) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2011 No. 672; correction in (1) (b) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register October 2013 No. 694.
ATCP 94.220 ATCP 94.220Kerosene specifications. Any fuel product designated by name or reference as “kerosene" or “kerosine" shall meet the requirements specified in ASTM D3699.
ATCP 94.220 History History: R. and recr. from Ind 10.03, Register, July, 1980, No. 295, eff. 8-1-80; am. table, Register, May, 1984, No. 341, eff. 6-1-84; r. and recr. table, Register, February, 1986, No. 362, eff. 3-1-86; CR 03-011: am., r. Table 48.05 Register December 2003 No. 576, eff. 1-1-04; CR 05-081: renum. from Comm 48.05 Register August 2006 No. 608, eff. 9-1-06; CR 10-006: renum. from Comm 48.510 and am. Register December 2010 No. 660, eff. 1-1-11.
ATCP 94.230 ATCP 94.230Fuel oil specifications. Any petroleum product designated by name or reference as No. 1 fuel oil to No. 6 fuel oil shall meet the requirements specified in ASTM D396.
ATCP 94.230 History History: R. and recr. from Ind 10.01 and 10.02, Register, July, 1980, No. 295, eff. 8-1-80; am. table, Register, May, 1984, No. 341, eff. 6-1-84; r. and recr. table, Register, February, 1986, No. 362, eff. 3-1-86; CR 03-011: am., r. Table 48.06 Register December 2003 No. 576, eff. 1-1-04; CR 05-081: renum. from Comm 48.06 Register August 2006 No. 608, eff. 9-1-06; CR 10-006: renum. from Comm 48.520 and am. Register December 2010 No. 660, eff. 1-1-11.
ATCP 94.240 ATCP 94.240Diesel fuel oil specifications.
ATCP 94.240(1) (1) Except as provided in subs. (2) and (6), any fuel product designated by name or reference as No. 1 diesel fuel oil to No. 4 diesel fuel oil shall meet the requirements specified in ASTM D975.
ATCP 94.240(2) (2) The flash point specification temperature for No. 2 diesel fuel oil shall be 100° Fahrenheit.
ATCP 94.240(3) (3) Biodiesel fuel meeting the requirements specified in ASTM D6751 may be added to diesel fuel meeting the requirements specified in ASTM D975.
ATCP 94.240 Note Note: Assuring compliance with ASTM D6751 is one of the goals of a BQ-9000 program administered by the National Biodiesel Accreditation Commission. This program includes the Commission's accreditation of producers, and certification of marketers – following a successful formal review and audit of the capacity and commitment of an applicant to produce or market biodiesel fuel that complies with ASTM D6751. The department will accept this accreditation and certification as adequate assurance of meeting the requirements specified in ASTM D6751.
ATCP 94.240(4) (4) Biodiesel-blended motor fuels of 6 to 20 percent biodiesel by volume shall meet the requirements of ASTM D7467.
ATCP 94.240(5) (5) Any person who distributes petroleum-source diesel fuel mixed with non-petroleum-source diesel fuel shall state on any invoice, bill of lading, shipping paper, or other documentation accompanying the shipment used in normal and customary business practices, the type and percentage of each component rounded to a whole number or half number equal to or less than the determined percentage.
ATCP 94.240(6) (6) Substitute a maximum sulfur level of 0.05, mass %, for the maximum sulfur level of 15 ppm in Table 1 of ASTM D975.
ATCP 94.240 Note Note: The maximum sulfur level of 15 ppm, for No. 1 and No. 2 diesel fuels in Table 1 of ASTM D975, relates to federal air-quality requirements, and may be enforced by federal authorities.
ATCP 94.240 History History: Cr. Register, July, 1980, No. 295, eff. 8-1-80; r. and recr. table, Register, February, 1986, No. 362, eff. 3-1-86; CR 03-011: am., r. Table 48.06, cr. (2) to (4) Register December 2003 No. 576, eff. 1-1-04; CR 05-081: renum. from Comm 48.07, am. (1) and (3), cr. (5) Register August 2006 No. 608, eff. 9-1-06; CR 10-006: renum. from Comm 48.530 and am. (1), cr. (4) Register December 2010 No. 660, eff. 1-1-11; correction in (1) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2010 No. 660.
subch. III of ch. ATCP 94 Subchapter III — Inspection Procedures
ATCP 94.300 ATCP 94.300Labeling of dispensers and containers.
ATCP 94.300(1)(1)Dispensing equipment.
ATCP 94.300(1)(a)(a) General. All devices dispensing liquid fuel products at motor fuel dispensing facilities, garages, or other places where liquid fuel products are sold or offered for sale shall be marked with a conspicuous label visible on both faces of the dispensing device indicating the automotive fuel rating of the fuel product. No label may be placed so that the text is sideways or upside down.
ATCP 94.300 Note Note: The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) establishes the requirements for accurate automotive fuel ratings, which include octane ratings, certification, and posting under Title 16 CFR Part 306. Also included in Part 306 are detailed requirements for labeling retail diesel fuel dispensing devices that dispense fuel blends consisting of more than 5 percent by volume biodiesel fuel or biomass-based diesel fuel. Those detailed requirements include prescribed dispenser labels for blended fuels of 6 to 20 percent biodiesel fuel or biomass-based diesel fuel, and dispenser labels for blended fuels of more than 20 percent biodiesel fuel or biomass-based diesel fuel. The FTC requirements are available at www.ftc.gov.
ATCP 94.300 Note Note: A single label may be used to refer to multiple grades of fuel, provided all of the requirements of this section are met.
ATCP 94.300(1)(b) (b) Oxygenated gasoline dispensing device labels.
ATCP 94.300(1)(b)1.1. A device that dispenses a gasoline-ethanol fuel blend of more than 2% by volume of ethanol shall be labeled with the maximum volume percent of ethanol at all times the product is offered for retail sale.
ATCP 94.300(1)(b)2. 2. A device that dispenses a reformulated gasoline, as defined in s. 285.37 (1), Stats., that contains an oxygenate other than ethanol shall be labeled with the identity of the oxygenate at all times the product is offered for retail sale. If the reformulated gasoline contains multiple oxygenates, the label shall identify the predominate oxygenate based upon volume percent.
ATCP 94.300 Note Note: Reformulated gasoline is defined in section 285.37 (1) of the Statutes, as gasoline formulated to reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds and toxic air pollutants as provided in 42 USC 7545 (k) (1) to (3). The addition of an oxygenate to a fuel alone does not create a reformulated gasoline, other criteria specified in the law must also be met.
ATCP 94.300(1)(b)3. 3. The label shall be placed on the face of the dispenser next to the name and grade of the product being dispensed. No label may be placed so that the text is sideways or upside down.
ATCP 94.300(1)(b)4. 4. The label shall be contrasting in color to the dispenser, and shall include lettering that complies with any applicable requirements in ch. 168, Stats.
ATCP 94.300 Note Note: Section 168.11 (1) (b) 1. of the Statutes reads as follows: “A device that dispenses a gasoline-ethanol fuel blend for sale at retail shall be marked or labeled with the percentage of ethanol at all times when the product is offered for sale."
ATCP 94.300(1)(b)5. 5. The label shall identify the oxygenate as either “Ethanol", “Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE)", “Ethyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (ETBE)", “Tertiary Amyl Methyl Ether (TAME)", “Tertiary Butyl Alcohol (TBA)", or as an other oxygenate name approved by the department.
ATCP 94.300(1)(b)6. 6. A label shall be conspicuous and legible to a customer when viewed from the driver's seat of a motor vehicle that is located within 6 feet of the dispensing device.
ATCP 94.300(1)(b)7. 7. The label shall be capable of withstanding extremes of weather conditions for at least one year and shall be resistant to gasoline, oil, grease, solvents, detergents, and water. When damaged so that they are not legible, labels shall be replaced.
ATCP 94.300(1)(b)8. 8. If a dispenser remains unlabeled after the expiration of orders issued by the department for labeling, and the owner does not file a written appeal within 15 calendar days of receiving the order, the department shall stop the sale of the product in accordance with s. ATCP 94.100 (8).
ATCP 94.300(1)(c) (c) Dual dispenser for ethanol. A dispensing device which has existed since before February 1, 2009, and which does not use a separate fueling nozzle and hose for dispensing ethanol-blended motor fuels of more than 10 percent ethanol by volume shall bear a label clearly warning any purchaser that the first gallon may have more than 10 percent ethanol by volume. This label shall be adjacent to the ethanol label that is required in par. (b), and shall comply with the requirements in par. (b) 3., 4., 6., and 7. Enforcement of this paragraph shall be in accordance with par. (b) 8.
ATCP 94.300 Note Note: Under chapter ATCP 93, fuel dispensers that are installed after February 1, 2009, must use a separate fueling nozzle and hose for dispensing any ethanol-blended motor fuels of more than 10 percent ethanol by volume, such as E-85, E-30, E-20, and E-15.
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