G-2. Gas Can 2006 Updates. To be reflected in the planning emission inventory.Included more gas can types.Updated residential gas can and commercial gas can calculation methodology.Reflected 2005 portable fuel container (PFC) regulation.Reflect fuel changes from reformulated gasoline: RFG2 to RFG3..
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1. G-1 Portable Fuel Containers (Gas Cans) Emission Inventory Lead Staff: Daisy Wong
2. G-2 Gas Can 2006 Updates To be reflected in the planning emission inventory.
Included more gas can types.
Updated residential gas can and commercial gas can calculation methodology.
Reflected 2005 portable fuel container (PFC) regulation.
Reflect fuel changes from reformulated gasoline: RFG2 to RFG3.
3. G-3 PFC Residential (Commercial) Population = Occupied household (business)
percentage household (business)
with gas cans *
average number of gas cans per
4. G-4 Occupied Household Units
5. G-5 Percentage Household with Gas Cans
6. G-6 Average Number of Gas Cans per Household
8. G-8 Change of Market share for Different Can Types
10. G-10 Residential Gas Can Annual Emission Summary
11. G-11 Seasonality Comparison
12. G-12 Commercial Gas Can Population Survey conducted by California Sate University, Sacramento in 2004.
Selected 13 businesses types from North American Industrial Classification System that may use gas can.
Crop Production, Animal Production, Forestry & Logging, Construction, Retail, Towing, Exterminating and Pest Control Services, Landscaping, Educational Services, Sports and Recreation, Accommodation, Repair & Maintenance Services, Cemeteries and Crematories.
Survey result did not represent for landscaping industry.
53.4% of business use gas cans.
7,826 registered landscape business.
13. G-13 Commercial Lawn and Garden (L&G) Equipment Study done by Environmental Research Group.
Used GIS, spatial allocation surrogate.
295,423 lawn mowers in California in 2005.
Assume 2 lawn mowers/business => 147,712 L&G services in California.
14. G-14 Commercial Gas Can Base year Population
15. G-15 Composite Commercial Gas Can Growth Rate GR composite
= k1 * GR (California Population) +
k2 * GR (personal income) +
k3 * GR (household income)+
k4 * GR (REMI)+
k5 * GR (landscaping employment)
k= growth rate contribution
Ki (t) = ?i(t) / S 1 x ?i(t)
Regional Economic Models, Inc. (REMI) emission growth surrogates and activity projections (variable = services)
Landscaping Employment: State of California Employment Development Department (EDD)
16. G-16 Commercial Gas Can Growth Rate
17. G-17 Commercial Gas Can Emissions
18. G-18 Gas Can Emissions Summary