Guidance document for subfleet averaging and reporting for on-road motorcycles: appendix B


Appendix B: Suggested Report Format

End of Model Year Report <Insert Year> Model Year On-Road Motorcycles

On-Road Vehicle and Engine Emission Regulations Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999

Submitted by:

<Insert Company Name>

<Signature of authorized official>

Name of authorized official
Title of authorized official

Table of Contents

Part I -- Exhaust Emissions for Class III Motorcycles

  1. Statement of conformity with applicable exhaust emission standards
    1. Exhaust emission standard for HC+NOx
    2. Optional HC (or HC+NOx for 2008 and later model years) exhaust emission standard for a company that avails itself of the exemption for a “small volume” of motorcycles
  2. Statement of conformity for a company's subfleet of Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx
  3. Calculation of the average HC+NOx emission value for the subfleet of Class III motorcycles
  4. Average HC+NOx emission value for the group of Class III motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a)
  5. Calculation of emission credits for the subfleet of Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx

Part II -- Exhaust Emissions for Class I and Class II Motorcycles

  1. Statement of conformity with the exhaust emission standard for HC or the optional exhaust emission standard for HC+NOx
  2. Statement of conformity for a company's subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx
  3. Calculation of the average HC+NOx emission value for the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles
  4. Average HC+NOx emission value for the group of Class I and Class II motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a)
  5. Calculation of emission deficit for the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx

Part III -- Evaporative Emissions for Class I, Class II and Class III Motorcycles

  1. Statement of conformity with applicable evaporative emission standards
    1. Fuel tank permeation emission standard
    2. Exemption for a company manufacturing or importing a “small volume” of motorcycles
  2. Statement of conformity for a company's subfleet of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for fuel tank permeation
  3. Calculation of the average fuel tank permeation emission value for the subfleet of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles
  4. Average fuel tank permeation emission value for the group of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a)

Part IV -- Information for Companies Manufacturing or Importing a “Small Volume” of Motorcycles

  1. Company information
  2. Motorcycle information

Part I -- Exhaust Emissions for Class III Motorcycles

Explanatory note: In this part, the company would report on the exhaust emission performance of its Class III motorcycles of the applicable model year that were manufactured in Canada, or imported into Canada, for the purpose of sale to the first retail purchaser.

  1. Statement of conformity with applicable exhaust emission standards

    Explanatory note: In this section, the company would make one of the following statements as required in paragraph 32.7(2)(a) of the Regulations if each of the Class III motorcycles conforms to the applicable exhaust emission standards. If the statement does not apply to each motorcycle, the company would make one of the statements required in section 2 of this part. If applicable, a company could state that all Class III motorcycles in its 2006 model year fleet were manufactured before November 2, 2006, and complied with the emission requirements under the On-Road Vehicle and Engine Emission Regulations. (A similar approach may be taken for the 2007 model year, if applicable.)

    1. Exhaust emission standard for HC+NOx

      As required in paragraph 32.7(2)(a) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that each Class III motorcycle conforms to the applicable exhaust emission standard for HC+NOx set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations.

    2. Optional HC (or HC+NOx for 2008 and later model years) exhaust emission standard for a company that avails itself of the exemption for a “small volume” of motorcycles

    Explanatory note: This section applies to a company that manufactures or imports fewer than 200 motorcycles for sale in Canada per year, has fewer than 500 employees worldwide, and avails itself of the exemption for exhaust emission standards under section 17.1 of the Regulations. Companies manufacturing or importing a “small volume” of motorcycles are also required to report company and motorcycle information in part IV.

    As required in paragraph 32.7(2)(a) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that each Class III motorcycle conforms to the applicable exhaust emission standard for HC (or HC+NOx for 2008 and later model years) set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in section 17.1 of the Regulations.

  2. Statement of conformity for a company's subfleet of Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx

    Explanatory note: In this section, the company would make one of the following statements as required in paragraph 32.7(2)(b) of the Regulations to demonstrate compliance with subfleet averaging requirements for Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx. The company would also complete the table in section 3 of this part, unless each motorcycle of the company's subfleet of Class III motorcycles conforms to a family emission limit for HC+NOx that is below the applicable exhaust emission standards set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) or section 17.1 of the Regulations, and the company is not required to generate credits.

    1. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(i) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that each motorcycle of the subfleet of Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx meets all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations;

    Explanatory note: The following statement would also apply in the case where each motorcycle of the company's subfleet of Class III motorcycles conforms to a family emission limit for HC+NOx that is below the applicable exhaust emission standards set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) or section 17.1 of the Regulations.

    1. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(ii) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that the subfleet of Class III motorcycles contains motorcycles that do not meet all of the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a), but the subfleet conforms to the emission averaging requirements set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(b) for HC+NOx exhaust emissions; or

    2. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(ii) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that the subfleet of Class III motorcycles contains motorcycles that do not meet all of the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a), but the group of Class III motorcycles that do not meet the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) conforms to the emission averaging requirements set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(b) for HC+NOx exhaust emissions.

  3. Calculation of the average HC+NOxemission value for the subfleet of Class III motorcycles

    Explanatory note: Pursuant to section 32.3 of the Regulations, a company is required to calculate an average emission value for HC+NOx if its subfleet of Class III motorcycles contains one or more motorcycles that conform to a family emission limit that is greater than the applicable exhaust emission standard set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) or section 17.1 of the Regulations. In this section, the company calculates the average emission value for its subfleet of Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx and provides information that is relevant to this calculation by completing the table. Information in column 4 applies to the engine family only. The subfleet average emission value must be rounded to one decimal place.
Engine family Model Class Engine family meets all of the criteria in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations?

(Y/N)
HC+NOxFEL
for engine
family
or [1]

(g/km)
Useful life
for engine
family
or [2]

(km)
Number of motorcycles
or [3]

(Vehicles)
Numerator of equation [1]
or
[4] = "1 x 2 x 3"

(Vehicle-g)
Denominator of equation [1]
or
[5] = "2 x 3"

(Vehicle-km)
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
TOTALS (sums):      
Average HC+NOx emission value or [6] = ∑4/∑5 (g/km):  
  1. Average HC+NOx emission value for the group of Class III motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a)

    Explanatory note: In this section, a company reports the average HC+NOx emission value for the group of Class III motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations if the company has made statement 2)iii of this part.

    Based on the information provided in section 3 of this part, the average HC+NOx emission value of the group of Class III motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations is: _____ g/km.

  2. Calculation of emission credits for the subfleet of Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx

    Explanatory note: In this section, a company would calculate the HC+NOx emission credits if the average HC+NOx emission value for the subfleet of Class III motorcycles is below the applicable exhaust emission standards for HC+NOx set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) or section 17.1 of the Regulations. The HC+NOx emission credits must be rounded to the nearest whole number.
Class HC+NOx
emission standard
or [1]

(g/km)
Average HC+NOx emission
value
or [2]

(g/km)
Total
number of motorcycles
or [3]

(Vehicles)
Useful life for engine family
or [4]

(km)
HC+NOx
emission
credits
or [5] =
"(1 -- 2) x 3 x 4"

(Vehicle-g)
III       30,000  

Part II -- Exhaust Emissions for Class I and Class II Motorcycles

Explanatory note: In this part, the company would report on the exhaust emission performance of its Class I and Class II motorcycles of the applicable model year that were manufactured in Canada, or imported into Canada, for the purpose of sale to the first retail purchaser.

  1. Statement of conformity with the exhaust emission standard for HC or the optional exhaust emission standard for HC+NOx

    Explanatory note: In this section, the company would make the following statement as required in paragraph 32.7(2)(a) of the Regulations if each of the Class I and Class II motorcycles conforms to the exhaust emission standards for HC or the optional exhaust emission standards for HC+NOx. If the statement does not apply to each motorcycle, the company would make one of the statements required in section 2 of this part. If applicable, a company could state that all Class I and Class II motorcycles in its 2006 model year fleet were manufactured before November 2, 2006 (December 1, 2006, for Class IA), and that all Class IB and Class II motorcycles complied with the emission requirements under the On-Road Vehicle and Engine Emission Regulations. (A similar approach may be taken for the 2007 model year, if applicable.)

    As required in paragraph 32.7(2)(a) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that each Class I and Class II motorcycle conforms to the exhaust emission standard for HC or the optional exhaust emission standard for HC+NOx set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations.

  2. Statement of conformity for a company's subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx

    Explanatory note: In this section, the company would make one of the following statements as required in paragraph 32.7(2)(b) of the Regulations to demonstrate compliance with subfleet averaging requirements for Class I and Class II motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx. The company would also complete the table in section 3 of this part, unless each motorcycle of the company's subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles conforms to a family emission limit for HC+NOx that is below the applicable exhaust emission standards set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations.

    1. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(i) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that each motorcycle of the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx meets all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations.

      Explanatory note: The following statement would also apply in the case where each motorcycle of the company's subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles conforms to a family emission limit for HC+NOx that is below the applicable exhaust emission standard set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations.

    2. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(ii) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles contains motorcycles that do not meet all of the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a), but the subfleetconforms to the emissions averaging requirements set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(b) for HC+NOx exhaust emissions; or

    3. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(ii) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles contains motorcycles that do not meet all of the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a), but the group of Class I and Class II motorcycles that do not meet the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a)conforms to the emissions averaging requirements set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(b) for HC+NOx exhaust emissions.

  3. Calculation of the average HC+NOx emission value for the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles

    Explanatory note: Pursuant to section 32.3 of the Regulations, a company is required to calculate an average emission value for HC+NOx if its subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles contains one or more motorcycles that conform to a family emission limit that is greater than the applicable exhaust emission standard set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations. In this section, the company calculates the average emission value for its subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx, and provides information that is relevant to this calculation by completing the table. Information in column 4 applies to the engine family only. The subfleet average emission value must be rounded to one decimal place.
Engine family Model Class Engine family meets all of the criteria in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations?

(Y/N)
HC+NOxFEL
for engine
family
or [1]

(g/km)
Useful life
for engine
family
or [2]

(km)
Number of motorcycles
or [3]

(Vehicles)
Numerator of equation [1]
or
[4] = "1 x 2 x 3"

(Vehicle-g)
Denominator of equation [1]
or
[5] = "2 x 3"

(Vehicle-km)
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
TOTALS (sums):      
Average HC+NOx emission value or [6] = ∑4/∑5 (g/km):  
  1. Average HC+NOx emission value for the group of Class I and Class II motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a)

    Explanatory note: In this section, a company reports the average HC+NOx emission value for the group of Class I and Class II motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations if the company has made statement 2)iii of this part.

    Based on the information provided in section 3 of this part, the average HC+NOx emission value of the group of Class I and Class II motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a)of the Regulations is: _____ g/km.

  2. Calculation of emission deficit for the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for HC+NOx

    Explanatory note: In this section, the company would calculate the HC+NOx emission deficit if the average HC+NOx emission value for the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles or the group of Class I and Class II motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) is above the applicable average exhaust emission standard for HC+NOxset out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations. A company requires an equivalent number of credits from its subfleet of Class III motorcycles to offset an HC+NOx emission deficit incurred for the subfleet of Class I and Class II motorcycles in a given model year. The HC+NOx emission deficit must be rounded to the nearest whole number.
Class HC+NOx
emission standard
or [1]

(g/km)
Average HC+NOx emission
value
or [2]

(g/km)
Total
number of motorcycles
or [3]

(Vehicles)
Useful life for engine family
or [4]

(km)
HC+NOx
emission
credits/deficit
or [5] =
“(1 -- 2) x 3 x 4”

(Vehicle-g)
IA       6,000  
IB       12,000  
II       18,000  
TOTAL (∑ of Classes IA, IB and II emission credits/deficit):  

Part III -- Evaporative Emissions for Class I, Class II and Class III Motorcycles (2008 and later model years)

Explanatory note: In this part, the company would report on the evaporative emission performance for all its motorcycles of the applicable model year that were manufactured in Canada, or imported into Canada, for the purpose of sale to the first retail purchaser. Evaporative emission standards only apply to motorcycles of the 2008 and later model years.

  1. Statement of conformity with applicable evaporative emission standards

    Explanatory note: In this section, the company would make one of the following statements as required in paragraph 32.7(2)(a) of the Regulations if each of the Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles conforms to the applicable evaporative emission standards. If the statement does not apply to each motorcycle, the company would make one of the statements required in section 2 of this part.

    1. Fuel tank permeation emission standard

      As required in paragraph 32.7(2)(a) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that each Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycle conforms to the permeation emission standard for fuel tanks set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations.

    2. Exemption for a company manufacturing or importing a “small volume” of motorcycles

    Explanatory note: This section applies to any company that manufactures or imports fewer than 200 motorcycles for sale in Canada per year, has fewer than 500 employees worldwide, and avails itself of the exemption for evaporative emission standards under section 17.1 of the Regulations. Companies manufacturing or importing a “small volume” of motorcycles are also required to report company and motorcycle information in part IV.

    As required in paragraph 32.7(2)(a) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> is exempt from the requirement to conform to the applicable evaporative emission standards in respect of its <2008 model year> <or 2009 model year> motorcycles as set out in section 17.1 of the Regulations.

  2. Statement of conformity for a company's subfleet of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for fuel tank permeation

    Explanatory note: In this section, the company would make one of the following statements as required in paragraph 32.7(2)(b) of the Regulations to demonstrate compliance with subfleet averaging requirements for motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for fuel tank permeation. The company would also complete the table in section 3 of this part, unless each motorcycle of the company's subfleet of motorcycles conforms to a family emission limit that is below the applicable emission standard set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations. Companies manufacturing or importing a “small volume” of motorcycles are exempt from the requirements to conform to evaporative emission standards in respect of their 2008 and 2009 model year motorcycles.

    1. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(i) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that each motorcycle of the subfleet of motorcycles that conforms to family emission limits for fuel tank permeation meets all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations;

    Explanatory note: The following statement would also apply in the case where each motorcycle of the company's subfleet conforms to a family emission limit for fuel tank permeation that is below the applicable emission standard set out in the section of theCode of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) of the Regulations.

    1. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(ii) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that the subfleet for fuel tank permeation emission contains motorcycles that do not meet all of the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a), but the subfleetconforms to the emissions averaging requirements set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(b) for fuel tank permeation emission; or

    2. As required in subparagraph 32.7(2)(b)(ii) of the Regulations, <insert Company Name> hereby states that the subfleet for fuel tank permeation emission contains motorcycles that do not meet all of the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a), but the group of motorcycles that do not meet the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) conforms to the emissions averaging requirements set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(b) for fuel tank permeation emission.

  3. Calculation of the average fuel tank permeation emission value for the subfleet of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles

    Explanatory note: Pursuant to section 32.3 of the Regulations, a company is required to calculate an average fuel tank permeation emission value if its subfleet of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles contains one or more motorcycles that conform to a family emission limit that is greater than the applicable emission standard set out in the section of the Code of Federal Regulations that is referred to in paragraph 17(a) or section 17.1 of the Regulations. In this section, the company calculates the average emission value for its subfleet of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles that conform to family emission limits for fuel tank permeation and provides information that is relevant to this calculation by completing the table. Information in column 4 applies to the engine family only. The subfleet average emission value must be rounded to one decimal place.
Engine family Model Class Engine family meets all of the criteria in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations?

(Y/N)
Fuel tank permeation FEL for engine
family
or [1]

(g/m2/day)
Useful life
for engine
family
or [2]

(km)
Number of motorcycles
or [3]

(Vehicles)
Average internal surface area of fuel tanks
or [4]

(m2)
Numerator of equation [2]
or [5] =
"1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 365.24"

(Vehicle-g-km/d)
Denominator of equation [2]
or [6] =
"2 x 3 x 4 x 365.24"

(Vehicle-km-m2)
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
TOTALS (sums):    
Average fuel tank permeation emission value (or [7] = ∑5/∑6) (g/m2/d):  
  1. Average fuel tank permeation emission value for the group of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a)

    Explanatory note: In this section, a company reports the average fuel tank permeation emission value for the group of motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations if the company has made statement 2)iii of this part.

    Based on the information provided in section 3 of this part, the average fuel tank permeation emission value of the group of Class I, Class II and Class III motorcycles that do not meet all the criteria set out in paragraph 32.2(3)(a) of the Regulations is: _____ g/m2/day.

Part IV -- Information for Companies Manufacturing or Importing a “Small Volume” of Motorcycles

Explanatory note: This section applies to any company that manufactures or imports fewer than 200 motorcycles for sale in Canada per year, has fewer than 500 employees worldwide, and avails itself of one or more of the exemptions under section 17.1 of the Regulations. A company would provide the information set out in subsection 32.7(5) of the Regulations as suggested below.

  1. Company information

    Number of employees of the company worldwide: _____________

  2. Motorcycle information
Class of motorcycle Number of motorcycles manufactured or imported for sale in Canada in the current model year Number of motorcycles manufactured or imported under exemption for exhaust emission standards Number of motorcycles manufactured or imported under exemption for evaporative emission standards
Class IA   N/A  
Class IB   N/A  
Class II   N/A  
Class III      
TOTAL      
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