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Control Of Air Emissions From Process Operations In The Rock

Control Of Air Emissions From Process Operations In The

EPA-340/1-79-002 CONTROL OF AIR EMISSIONS FROM PROCESS OPERATIONS IN THE ROCK CRUSHING INDUSTRY by JACA Corp. 550 Pinetown Road Fort Washington, PA 19034 EPA Project Officer: Norman Edminsten Region X Enforcement Division Contract No. 68-01 -4135 Task No. 19 Prepared for U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Division of

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Control of Air Emissions from Process Operations

Title: Control of Air Emissions from Process Operations Author: ADEQ Created Date: 6/9/2010 2:39:24 PM

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United States Environmental Protection Agency

Table Rock requested enforceable limits on the hours of operation, production throughput and dust emissions control efficiency, the potential emissions listed assume full-time annual uncontrolled operation at 8,760 hours, while the allowable emissions listed account for limited annual operation is at

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3?. ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS ’ :. FROM WET-PROCESS

POTENTIAL EMISSIONS FROM UNIT PROCESSES Phosphate rock must be finely ground to react properly with sul- furic acid, and standard control equipment is normally used to prevent objectionable dust emissions. The emissions of most concern are fluoride compounds liberated from the rock by.

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United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA

5 Washington State Dept. of Ecology, “Suitability of Rock Crushing Operations for Air Quality General Order of Approval: Evaluation of Control Technology, Ambient Impacts, and Potential Approval Criteria,” June 2006. 6 South Coast Air Quality Management District, Rule 1157 “PM10 Emission Reductions from Aggregate and Related

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Permits Department of Environmental Conservation

the aqcd permittingengineering section implements two permitting programs for the control of air pollution from stationary sources: permits to construct, which are required prior to commencing construction or modification of an air pollution emitting facility to ensure necessary emission controls are designed and built into the project from

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Air Quality Standard Permit for Temporary Rock

predicted to result from emissions from the rock crushing scenarios authorized by this standard permit approach the 30 TAC Chapter 111 (Control of Air Pollution from Visible Emissions and Particulate Matter) standards under worst case scenarios. 30 TAC §

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United States Environmental Protection Agency

Washington State Dept. of Ecology, “Suitability of Rock Crushing Operations for Air Quality General Order of Approval: Evaluation of Control Technology, Ambient Impacts, and Potential Approval Criteria,” June2006. 6. South Coast Air Quality Management District, Rule 1157 “PM10 Emission Reductions from Aggregate and Related

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ESTIMATE OF EMISSIONS BY REVIEWING ENGINEER

45CSR7 To Prevent and Control Particulate Matter Air Pollution From Manufacturing Processes and Associated Operations . The purpose of this rule is to prevent and control particulate matter air pollution from manufacturing processes and associated operations. The affected process in question will be sizing of stone/rock.

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11.24 Metallic Minerals Processing US EPA

The emission factors in Tables 11.24-1 and 11.24-2 are for the process operations as a whole. At most metallic mineral processing plants, each process operation requires several types of equipment. A single crushing operation likely includes a hopper or ore dump, screen(s), crusher, surge bin, apron feeder, and conveyor belt transfer points.

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Control Of Air Emissions From Process Operations In The

EPA-340/1-79-002 CONTROL OF AIR EMISSIONS FROM PROCESS OPERATIONS IN THE ROCK CRUSHING INDUSTRY by JACA Corp. 550 Pinetown Road Fort Washington, PA 19034 EPA Project Officer: Norman Edminsten Region X Enforcement Division Contract No. 68-01 -4135 Task No. 19 Prepared for U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Division of

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Permits Department of Environmental Conservation

The Vermont Air Pollution Control Regulations Section 5-401 broadly defines those air contaminant sources and respective thresholds, if any, requiring an air permit. The permit review process is intended to ensure both new and existing emission sources are properly designed and operated with effective emission control measures.

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United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Air

Table Rock requested enforceable limits on the hours of operation, production throughput and dust emissions control efficiency, the potential emissions listed assume full-time annual uncontrolled operation at 8,760 hours, while the allowable emissions listed account for limited annual operation is at

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3?. ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS ’ :. FROM WET-PROCESS

National Air Pollution Control Administration Raleigh, North Carolina phosphate rock with wet-process phosphoric acid to form triple super-phosphate, TSP, or by reacting phosphoric acid with anhydrous acid for filter operations,and as much as 11 pounds per ton for digester. i. operations. Only a small portion, i.e., 3 to 6 percent of

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Guidance on Emission Factors for the Mining Industry

May 31, 20171. The rate of emission must be expressed in pounds per hour of any regulated air pollutant discharged into the atmosphere for which a standard is applicable. The Director shall use the following to determine the rate of emission: a. Factors of emission as specified in the latest issue of Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission

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11.24 Metallic Minerals Processing US EPA

The emission factors in Tables 11.24-1 and 11.24-2 are for the process operations as a whole. At most metallic mineral processing plants, each process operation requires several types of equipment. A single crushing operation likely includes a hopper or ore dump, screen(s), crusher, surge bin, apron feeder, and conveyor belt transfer points.

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United States Environmental Protection Agency General

Washington State Dept. of Ecology, “Suitability of Rock Crushing Operations for Air Quality General Order of Approval: Evaluation of Control Technology, Ambient Impacts, and Potential Approval Criteria,” June2006. 6. South Coast Air Quality Management District, Rule 1157 “PM10 Emission Reductions from Aggregate and Related

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United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA

5 Washington State Dept. of Ecology, “Suitability of Rock Crushing Operations for Air Quality General Order of Approval: Evaluation of Control Technology, Ambient Impacts, and Potential Approval Criteria,” June 2006. 6 South Coast Air Quality Management District, Rule 1157 “PM10 Emission Reductions from Aggregate and Related

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ESTIMATE OF EMISSIONS BY REVIEWING ENGINEER

45CSR7 To Prevent and Control Particulate Matter Air Pollution From Manufacturing Processes and Associated Operations . The purpose of this rule is to prevent and control particulate matter air pollution from manufacturing processes and associated operations. The affected process in question will be sizing of stone/rock.

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Potential to Emit Workbook: Part 2: How to Michigan

Also, be sure to include the emission of air contaminants resulting from all aspects of the operation of a process. Ancillary activities such as cleanup are often overlooked. Most paint application equipment is purged and cleaned with solvents that evaporate into the air. These emissions must be included in the PTE calculations for the process.

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Air Quality Standard Permit for Temporary Rock Crushers

predicted to result from emissions from the rock crushing scenarios authorized by this standard permit approach the 30 TAC Chapter 111 (Control of Air Pollution from Visible Emissions and Particulate Matter) standards under worst case scenarios. 30 TAC §

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ROCK CRUSHING PLANT APPLICATIONS ADVICE Oklahoma

B. Rock Processing Operations Point ID lb/hr Description Process Rate TPH Factor lb/ton Control Efficiency PM Emissions TPY 1 Feed to primary crusher 300 0.007 70% 0.630 0.473 2 Primary crusher 300 0.0007 70% 0.063 0.047 3 Conveyer: crusher to primary screen 300 0.0014 70% 0.126 0.095

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Technical Support Document for Stationary and Portable

Regulation for Air Pollution Sources Chapter 173-400 Washington Administrative Code (WAC). from portable rock crushing operations has been selected to be wet suppression control technology, which is essentially water spray nozzles or fog bars that result in reduced emissions Achievable Control Technology (MACT) requirements.

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Air Compliance Johnson County Kansas

Afterburners which effectively "burn" emissions often found at printing facilities. Baghouses which filter and collect particulates in asphalt plants. Ordinary water spray bars usually used in a rock crushing operation. Some types of control require a change in the manufacturing process.

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Control Of Air Emissions From Process Operations In The

EPA-340/1-79-002 CONTROL OF AIR EMISSIONS FROM PROCESS OPERATIONS IN THE ROCK CRUSHING INDUSTRY by JACA Corp. 550 Pinetown Road Fort Washington, PA 19034 EPA Project Officer: Norman Edminsten Region X Enforcement Division Contract No. 68-01 -4135 Task No. 19 Prepared for U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Division of

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Permits Department of Environmental Conservation

The Vermont Air Pollution Control Regulations Section 5-401 broadly defines those air contaminant sources and respective thresholds, if any, requiring an air permit. The permit review process is intended to ensure both new and existing emission sources are properly designed and operated with effective emission control measures.

Contact

United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Air

Table Rock requested enforceable limits on the hours of operation, production throughput and dust emissions control efficiency, the potential emissions listed assume full-time annual uncontrolled operation at 8,760 hours, while the allowable emissions listed account for limited annual operation is at

Contact

3?. ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS ’ :. FROM WET-PROCESS

National Air Pollution Control Administration Raleigh, North Carolina phosphate rock with wet-process phosphoric acid to form triple super-phosphate, TSP, or by reacting phosphoric acid with anhydrous acid for filter operations,and as much as 11 pounds per ton for digester. i. operations. Only a small portion, i.e., 3 to 6 percent of

Contact

Guidance on Emission Factors for the Mining Industry

May 31, 20171. The rate of emission must be expressed in pounds per hour of any regulated air pollutant discharged into the atmosphere for which a standard is applicable. The Director shall use the following to determine the rate of emission: a. Factors of emission as specified in the latest issue of Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission

Contact

11.24 Metallic Minerals Processing US EPA

The emission factors in Tables 11.24-1 and 11.24-2 are for the process operations as a whole. At most metallic mineral processing plants, each process operation requires several types of equipment. A single crushing operation likely includes a hopper or ore dump, screen(s), crusher, surge bin, apron feeder, and conveyor belt transfer points.

Contact

United States Environmental Protection Agency General

Washington State Dept. of Ecology, “Suitability of Rock Crushing Operations for Air Quality General Order of Approval: Evaluation of Control Technology, Ambient Impacts, and Potential Approval Criteria,” June2006. 6. South Coast Air Quality Management District, Rule 1157 “PM10 Emission Reductions from Aggregate and Related

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United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA

5 Washington State Dept. of Ecology, “Suitability of Rock Crushing Operations for Air Quality General Order of Approval: Evaluation of Control Technology, Ambient Impacts, and Potential Approval Criteria,” June 2006. 6 South Coast Air Quality Management District, Rule 1157 “PM10 Emission Reductions from Aggregate and Related

Contact

ESTIMATE OF EMISSIONS BY REVIEWING ENGINEER

45CSR7 To Prevent and Control Particulate Matter Air Pollution From Manufacturing Processes and Associated Operations . The purpose of this rule is to prevent and control particulate matter air pollution from manufacturing processes and associated operations. The affected process in question will be sizing of stone/rock.

Contact

Potential to Emit Workbook: Part 2: How to Michigan

Also, be sure to include the emission of air contaminants resulting from all aspects of the operation of a process. Ancillary activities such as cleanup are often overlooked. Most paint application equipment is purged and cleaned with solvents that evaporate into the air. These emissions must be included in the PTE calculations for the process.

Contact

Air Quality Standard Permit for Temporary Rock Crushers

predicted to result from emissions from the rock crushing scenarios authorized by this standard permit approach the 30 TAC Chapter 111 (Control of Air Pollution from Visible Emissions and Particulate Matter) standards under worst case scenarios. 30 TAC §

Contact

ROCK CRUSHING PLANT APPLICATIONS ADVICE Oklahoma

B. Rock Processing Operations Point ID lb/hr Description Process Rate TPH Factor lb/ton Control Efficiency PM Emissions TPY 1 Feed to primary crusher 300 0.007 70% 0.630 0.473 2 Primary crusher 300 0.0007 70% 0.063 0.047 3 Conveyer: crusher to primary screen 300 0.0014 70% 0.126 0.095

Contact

Technical Support Document for Stationary and Portable

Regulation for Air Pollution Sources Chapter 173-400 Washington Administrative Code (WAC). from portable rock crushing operations has been selected to be wet suppression control technology, which is essentially water spray nozzles or fog bars that result in reduced emissions Achievable Control Technology (MACT) requirements.

Contact

Air Compliance Johnson County Kansas

Afterburners which effectively "burn" emissions often found at printing facilities. Baghouses which filter and collect particulates in asphalt plants. Ordinary water spray bars usually used in a rock crushing operation. Some types of control require a change in the manufacturing process.

Contact