Code of Maryland Regulations
Chapter 14.26.03 - Maryland Energy Efficiency Standards - Labeling

Universal Citation: MD Code Reg Labeling

A. Manufacturers of new products listed in Regulation .04 of this chapter shall identity each product offered for sale or installation, through retailers, in Maryland as being in compliance with the minimum efficiency standards established under Regulation .05 of this chapter by means of a mark, label, or tag on the product or packaging at the time of sale or installation. The mark, label or tag shall consist of the letter "M" within a circle. The circle may not be less than 1/2 inch in diameter.

B. Labels may be permanently affixed or may be temporary or removable labels of any kind including hanging labels.

C. All display models of products shall be displayed with a mark, label, or tag on the product.

D. Manufacturers offering products for sale or installation in Maryland are not required to place a mark, label, or tag on a covered product, if a mark is already on the product or packaging that reflects that the product meets an efficiency standard at least equal to the one required by the Act.

E. If a national efficiency standard is established by Federal law or regulation for a product, this labeling requirement does not apply to that product.

(Regulations .11 adopted effective June 19, 2006 (33:12 Md. R. 998))
Disclaimer: These regulations may not be the most recent version. Maryland may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or the information linked to on the state site. Please check official sources.