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British Columbia adopts CARB standards?

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  • British Columbia adopts CARB standards?

    A business associate in Toronto told me that BC has adopted California Air Resources Board standards for vehicles sold in the province, and that Quebec was also considering it. So I guess the CARB-certified Baytech and BAF conversion systems can be installed and sold there without having to get Transport Canada approval?

    You guys may know this already, but the US Clean Air Act provided that all states except California must follow EPA's governance excepting California (CA had their own laws regulating emissions already so it was exempted). Furthermore, that any State could opt to use the California standards instead of EPA if they chose. Today there are some 12 States who have adopted CARB standards, and now it seems some Canadian provinces too...?