Regulating emissions standards for non-road spark ignition engines and equipment Draft Cost Recovery Implementation Statement

Closed 6 Nov 2017

Opened 13 Oct 2017

Overview

Cost recovery arrangements will be implemented to support the Australian Government’s regulation of new emissions standards for non-road spark ignition engines and equipment (NRSIEE).

The Department of the Environment and Energy has drafted a cost recovery implementation statement that sets out how proposed cost recovery charges (fees and levies) will be implemented for regulating emissions standards for NRSIEE. The Department welcomes your comments on these proposed arrangements.

This consultation process is targeted towards those stakeholders who will be regulated or otherwise affected by the new product emissions standards legislation. This may include:

  • Importers and exporters
  • Customs brokers
  • Manufacturers
  • Business and industry groups, including retailers
  • Community and special interest groups.

If requested, the Department can make officers available to attend industry or stakeholder meetings to discuss the proposed arrangements in this draft Cost Recovery Implementation Statement.

What Happens Next

Your submission will be used to inform the finalisation of the Cost Recovery Implementation Statement.

The Department will publish the final Cost Recovery Implementation Statement on its website following approval.

 

Audiences

  • Australian Government agencies
  • State/Territory governments
  • Environmental NGOs
  • Peak industry bodies
  • Peak Bodies/Industry Associations
  • Academics
  • Interested individuals

Interests

  • Clean Air