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7 Air Quality

Volume 2 Section 7 Air Quality 7 Air Quality have been estimated using a combination of source emission factors published in the National Pollutant Inventory (NPI) Emission Estimation Technique Manual for Mining (NPI 2011) and United States Environmental Protection Agency's AP-42 mine activity information outlined in the Mine Plan and


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SUBCHAPTER 3 2 AIR QUALITY

SCAQMD databases) The emission factors are based on rule compliance factors source tests Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) default factors (mostly from AP-42 U S EPA's published emission factor compilation) or weighted emission factors derived from the point sources in annual emissions reports


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Emissions from oil and gas production operations

The EPA's AP-42 emissions estimating guideline is the standard for estimating emissions from most fugitive and combustion sources Additionally the EPA's Gas Star program helped to identify fuel gas emissions sources and rates In the mid 1990's the EPA developed guidance documents for estimating emissions from gas plants


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Facility emission factors are based upon the following composition of one yard of concrete Material pounds/yard Coarse Aggregate Sand Cement Cement Supplement Water (gallons) TOTAL *truck mix loading and central mix loading emission factors corrected based on 8/8//11 correction AP-42 6/06 Chapter 11 Equation 11 12-2 EMISSION HARP / CEIDARS


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SYNTHETIC MINOR OPERATING PERMIT

As part of the evaluation of this application for a synthetic minor operating permit we have performed a potential to emit demonstration for all criteria pollutants and HAPs using emission factors from AP-42 chapter 11 1 entitled "Hot Mix Asphalt Plants" The results of this


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EMEP/EEA air pollutant emission inventory guidebook 2016

methodology for estimating emission factors for various sources is available from US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) (AP 42 Compilation of air pollutant emission factors Vol 1 Stationary Point and Area Sources fifth edition chapter 13 2 4 Aggregate handling and


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T16

- The TSP factor is calculated using a (0 74/0 35) ratio of particle size multipliers from Section 13 2 4 of AP-42 and the abov e PM10 value - Emission factors for this calculation procedure are based on AWR and MPI Engineering judgement as specified in the 4/9/96 agreement with the District


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United Metro Materials Inc dba Rinker Materials Plant

B Excess Emissions This is a new source no excess emissions have been reported to date IV Emissions Estimates Emission estimates for the facility are derived from the u se of AP-42 emission factors and are presented in the potential to emit document The following table outlines Rinker Materials potential to emit (operating 8760


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Big Bend Regional Aerosol and Visibility Observational

Big Bend Regional Aerosol and Visibility Observational (BRAVO) Study Emissions Inventory Emissions for these facilities were calculated using AP-42 emissions factors uncertain and should be considered as order of magnitude approximates of the true emissions Aggregate emissions from Mexico City and the industrialized area of Tula


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Emission Calculation Fact Sheet

Emission Calculation Fact Sheet Michigan Department Of Environmental Quality Environmental Science And Services Division (800) 662-9278 Control Factors If a facility has control equipment the actual uncontrolled emissions can be multiplied by a control factor


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Emission Calculation Fact Sheet

Emission Calculation Fact Sheet Michigan Department Of Environmental Quality Environmental Science And Services Division (800) 662-9278 Control Factors If a facility has control equipment the actual uncontrolled emissions can be multiplied by a control factor


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CHAPTER 3 MOBILE COMBUSTION

3 2 1 2 Choice of emission factors 3 42 3 4 1 3 Choice of activity data (PM) and oxides of nitrate (NOx) which cause or contribute to local or regional air pollution This chapter covers good practice in the development of estimates for the direct greenhouse gases CO2 CH4 and N2O


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PM Size and Chemical Speciation Profile for Concrete

22-10-2013using the equations in AP-42 Chapter 11 12 [2] The equations are based upon source tests of centralized- and on-truck mixing facilities Because on-truck mixing operations using specific controls (e g water sprays) are dominant in California the following equation and parameters (Table 1) are used to estimate the PM emission factors [2] for


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ANNEX 4 EMISSIONS ESTIMATION REPORT

ANNEX 4 EMISSIONS ESTIMATION REPORT The inventory of PM-10 and gas emissions was prepared using information relating to the construction of the Project The emissions factors of US EPA's AP 42 Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors Fifth Edition


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2005 Periodic Emissions Inventory for PM10 for the

2005 Periodic Emissions Inventory for PM10 for the Maricopa County Arizona Nonattainment Area MAY 2007 5 4 2 AP-42 emission factors for paved and unpaved roads Annual and typical daily emissions from area-source mining and quarrying


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Particulate Emission Factors for Blasting Operations and

The emission factors developed from these tests were in all instances lower than those emission factors in use by federal and state environmental agencies Coal slag and sand were determined to have relatively higher emissions that other abrasive in all size ranges Copper slag garnet and hematite were shown to have the lowest emission factors


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Estimating U S Methane Emissions from the Natural Gas

magnitude of methane emissions from the natural gas and oil industries and how measured emissions compare to those estimated in the U S GHGI Based on a review of recent research and analysis of the U S GHGI emission estimates this report briefly summarizes the methods


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Estimates of fugitive PM emissions from the ceramic tile

the most significant fugitive emission-generating activities Specifically two calculations have been made one using the equations proposed in the US EPA AP-42 document [8] hereafter method AP-42 and the other based on the emission factors proposed in the 'Emission Estimation Technique Manual for Mining'


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New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

AP-42 Table 1 4-1 of AP-42 has different NO x and CO emissions factors for boilers 0 3 MMBtu/hr than for larger boilers Therefore natural gas fired boilers less than 0 3 MMBtu/hr should be separated from larger Differentiating Fugitive Emissions and Insignificant Sources Fugitive emissions are emissions of an air contaminant released


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AECI

Emission Factors Fifth Edition Section 11 12 Concrete Batching June 2006 Particulate matter less than 2 5 microns in diameter (PM2 S) emission factors are not available in AP-42 for this SCC PM2 s emission factors were calculated using an approximate cement average PM 2 5 particle size distribution of25 percent oftotal particulate matter


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Guidance on Emission Factors for the Mining Industry

Guidance on Emission Factors for the Mining Table of General Mining Material Processes Emission Factors 6 2 4 AP-42 Chapter 11 19 2 Emission Factor Decision Tree 22 mining facilities and aggregate facilities use of AP These emission factors apply to the truck or


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Emission Statement Program N J A C 7 27

• The maximum aggregate capacity of a source – Emission factors except for CEM and material balance – Source Details and Control Operations 2200 Common Issues in 2009 Emission Statements – Use of proper AP-42 emission factors – Include condensable as part of PM


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9 0 EMISSION INVENTORY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES 9 1

9 0 EMISSION INVENTORY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES 9 1 Uinta Basin Emissions Inventory Patrick Barickman From this effort emission factors were established for a set of Division of Oil Gas and Mining (DOGM) database was used to create growth factors


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AP42 13 2 4 Aggregate Handling And Storage Piles

13 2 4 Aggregate Handling And Storage Piles PM-10 Emission Inventory Of Landfills In the Lake Calumet Area EPA Contract Update Of Fugitive Dust Emission Factors In AP-42 Section 11 2 EPA Contract No 68-02-3891 Midwest Research Institute Kansas City MO July 1987


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REPORT

a Estimate baseline emissions of TSP PM 10 and PM 2 5 (tonne per year) from each mining activity using US EPA AP-42 emission estimation techniques for both uncontrolled emissions (with no particulate matter controls in place) and controlled emissions (with current particulate matter controls in place) Section 2 1 b


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NC DEQ Asphalt Plants

Heated aggregate measured per batch in a weigh box and a proportional amount of heated asphalt are mixed in a pugmill and either stored on-site in heated storage silos or loaded directly into trucks for transport off-site How are asphalt plants regulated by DAQ? All asphalt plants


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Tank Emission Calculation Workshop with TankESP

Tank Emission Calculation Workshop with TankESP Software Given the complexity of the AP-42 Chapter 7 methodology for estimating emissions from storage tanks a software tool is a practical necessity U S EPA's TANKS 4 09d software was heavily used prior to 2014 but is no longer maintained or recommended by EPA due to numerous calculation


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hot mix asphalt emissions

Emission Factors - asphaltpavementorg Under many of these reporting schemes the preferred methodology is to use default fuel-based energy values unless high-quality site-specific data is available AP-42 emission factors such as were developed for the hot-mix asphalt industry are not typically acceptable for use as site-specific data


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130709 Emissions Calculation Guidance for Stationary

*Emission factors in lb/hp-hr were calculated using emission factors are from AP 42 Chapter 3 Table 3 2-2 If your engine differs from the types in the examples please review the emission factor table below and substitute the appropriate emission factor for your engine type in the calculation


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Particulate Matter (PM) Emission Factors December 2014 For

(PM) emissions (not PM 10) for individual emission source at aggregate (sand and gravel) brick and tile hot mix asphalt cement concrete batch plants These factors are also applicable to emission sources other than processes identified in recently adopted Rules 1156 and 1157 The factors and equations are extracted from the US EPA AP-42


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