Monterey Bay Air Resources District (MBARD) is responsible for implementing the Federal Hazardous Air Pollutant regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 60 and 63) and the State of California’s Air Toxic Control Measure (California Code of Regulations, Title 17, Section 93115) as they pertain to engines. To that end, MBARD staff worked with the agricultural community to implement a program to address the Federal and State engine requirements and adopted the local MBARD Rule 220.
Who Needs a Registration
- A registration is required for all diesel-powered (stationary and portable) engines that are rated 50 horsepower (HP) and above.
- A registration is NOT required for engines that are self-propelled (tractors) or agricultural wind machines.
Every applicant for a new diesel engine registration shall pay the application fee for the first engine plus a reduced fee for each additional engines registered to the same owner or operator as set forth in the fee Rule 310. The fee amounts are found in the fee schedule in Rule 301 under Agricultural Diesel Engine Registration Fees.
Annual renewal fees are required to maintain the registration as set forth in the fee schedule in Rule 301 under Agricultural Diesel Engine Registration Fees.
Application FormsAg Engine Registration Application FormForm 400 - Fee Determination Sheet
Additional InformationAg Engine Registration Application FAQ
Rule 220 AGRICULTURAL DIESEL ENGINE REGISTRATION
Rule 301 PERMIT FEE SCHEDULES
Rule 310 AGRICULTURAL DIESEL ENGINE REGISTRATION FEES
Rule 1010 AIR TOXIC CONTROL MEASURE FOR STATIONARY COMPRESSION IGNITION ENGINES
CCR Title 17, Section §93115 – Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) for Stationary Compression Ignition (CI) Engines