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C. Rated and/or maximum capacity of each boiler, 106 B.t.u./hr. or kcal/hr.

D. Types of fuel burned, quantities, and characteristics:

1. Type of each fuel used and place of origin.

2. Maximum and average quantity per hour.

3. Quantity per year.
4. Sulfur content (as received), percent.
5. Ash content (as received), percent.

6. Heat content (as received), B.t.u. or kcal/unit of measure.

7. Estimate of future usage, if available.

E. Percent used for space heating and process heat.

F. Air pollution control equipment (existing and proposed):

1. Type.

2. Collection efficiency (design and actual), percent.

G. Stack data:
1. List stacks by boile. ; served.

2. Location of stacks by grid coordinates (Universal Transverse Mercator, UTM, or equivalent).1

3. Stack height, feet or meters.

4. Stack diameter (inside, top), feet or meters.

5. Exit gas temperature, °F. or °C.

6. Exit gas velocity, feet/sec. or meters/ sec.

H. Emission data:
1. Based on emission factors.
2. Estimate of emissions by the source.
3. Results of any stack tests conducted.
III. MANUFACTURING ACTIVITIES (PROCESS

LOJSES) A. Process name or description of each product.

B. Quantity of raw materials used and handled for each product, maximum quantity per hour, and average quantity per year.

C. Quantity of each product manufactured, maximum quantity per hour, and average quantity per year.

D. Description of annua., seasonal, monthly, weekly, and daily operating cycle including downtime for maintenance and repairs.

E. Air pollution control equipment in use (existing and proposed):

E. Air pollution control equipment in use (existing and proposed):

1. Type.

2. Collection efficiency (design and actual), percent.

F. Stack data:
1. List of stacks by equipment served.

2. Location of stacks by grid location (UTM or equivalent).1

3. Stack height, feet or meters.

4. Stack diameter (inside, top), feet or meters.

5. Exit gas temperature, °F. or °C.

6. Exit gas velocity, feet/sec. or meters/ sec.

G. Emission data:
1. Based on emission factors.
2. Estimate of emissions by the source.
3. Results of any stack tests conducted.

IV. SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL A. Amount and description of solid waste generated, quantity per year.

B. Percent of total that is combustible.

C. Method of disposal (on-site or offsite).

D. Description of on-site disposal method, if applicable (incineration, open burning, landfill, etc.) including maximum quantities disposed per hour and average quantities disposed per year and actual operating schedule.

1. Location of the source by a grid system (UTM or equivalent).1

2. If method of disposal is by an incinerator, include the following information:

a. Auxiliary fuel used.

b. Air pollution control equipment (existing and proposed):

(1) Type.

(2) Collection efficiency (actual and design), percent.

c. Stack data:
(1) List stacks by furnaces served.
(2) Stack height, feet or meters.

(3) Stack diameter (inside, top), feet or meters.

(4) Exit gas temperature, °F. or °C.

(5) Exit gas velocity, feet/sec. or meters/ sec.

(6) Exit gas moisture content, percent if available.

3. Emission data: a. Based on emission factors. b. Estimate of emissions by the source. c. Results of any stack tests conducted.

APPENDIX F-AREA SOURCE DATA 1 (The following information is not required to be submitted with an implementation plan but must be available for inspection by the Administrator, EPA) Grid Coordinate (lower left-hand corner)

--------- UTM or equivalent. Average Stack Height of sources --------.3 I. FUEL COMBUSTION-STATIONARY SOURCES

Includes sulfur and ash content of fuels, if applicable).

A. Residential Fuel:

1. Anthracite Coal (plus type and size of unit)—tons/year or metric tons/year.

1 Emissions data for all source categories and subcategories should be summarized in the implementation plans as is in Appendix D or G.

2 Data is required on a grid basis only when diffusion modeling is utilized. For proportional model technique, data must be available on a county basis.

3 Required only when diffusion modeling is utilized.

4 Average type and size for each category. This is used as the basis for selection of average emission factor.

1 Required only when diffusion modeling is utilized.

2. Bituminous Coal (plus type and size of unit)-tons/year or metric tons/year.

3. Distillate Oil (plus type and size of unit)—103 gal./year or 10 3 liters/year.

4. Residual Oil (plus type size of unit) 10 gal./year or 10 3 liters/year.

5. Natural Gas (plus type and size of unit)-106 cu. ft./year or 100 cu.-meters/ year.

6. Wood—tons/years or metric tons/year. 7. Other— please specify. B. Commercial and Institutional Fuel:

1. Anthracite Coal (plus type and size of unit)—tons/year or metric tons/year.

2. Bituminous Coal (plus type and size of unit)_tons/year or metric tons/year.

3. Distillate Oil (plus type and size of unit)—103 gal./year or 103 liters/year.

4. Residual Oil (plus type and size of unit)—103 gal./year or 103 liters/year.

5. Natural Gas (plus type and size of unit)—108 cu.-ft./year or 108 cu.-meters/year.

6. Wood_tons/year or metric tons/year. 7. Other—please specify. C. Industrial Fuel:

1. Anthracite Coal (plus type and size of unit)—tons/year or metric tons/year.

2. Bituminous coal (plus type and size of unit)—tons/year or metric tons/year.

3. Coke (plus type and size of unit)tons/year or metric tons/year.

4. Distillate Oil (plus type and size of unit)—103 gal./year or 103 liters/year.

5. Residual Oil (plus type and size of unit)--103 gal./year or 103 liters/year.

6. Natural Gas (plus type and size of unit)—108 cu.-ft./year or 108 cu.-meters/year.

7. Wood—tons/year or metric tons/year. 8. Other-please specify.

II. PROCESS LOSSES (HYDROCARBONS ONLY) A. Surface coating operations, dry clean. ing, degreasing operations, etc., unless con

sidered as point sources—appropriate basis for emission estimate.

III. SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL A. On-site incineration (plus type of unit)—tons/year or metric tons/year.

B. Open burning—tons/year or metric tons/year. C. Other-please specify.

IV. TRANSPORTATION A. Gasoline-powered motor vehicles-appropriate basis for emission estimate, including hydrocarbon evaporative losses.

B. Diesel-powered motor vehicles-appropriate basis for emission estimate.

C. Off-highway fuel usage-103 gal./year or 103 liters/year.

D. Aircraft-number of flights per year per type of aircraft.

E. Railroads—103 gal. diesel oil/year or 108 liters/year.

F. Vessels-103 gal, or 103 liters of oil/year, tons or metric tons of coal/year, or tons or metric tons of wood/year.

G. Gasoline handling evaporative losses appropriate basis for hydrocarbon emission estimate from filling tank trucks, service station tanks, and automobile tanks. H. Other-please specify

V. MISCELLANEOUS A. Forest fires appropriate basis for emission estimate.

B. Structural fires-appropriate basis for emission estimate.

C. Coal refuse burning-appropriate basis for emission estimate.

D. Agricultural burning-appropriate basis for emission estimate.

E. Other—please specify.

APPENDIX G-(POLLUTANT) EMISSIONS INVENTORY SUMMARY. TONS/YR. (OR METRIC TONS/YR.)

(REGIONS WHERE EMISSION LIMITATIONS ARE NOT DEVELOPED)

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i Included only if interstate region.
ii Existing Emissions.
iii If not available, does not need to be submitted for Priority III regions.

iv For hydrocarbons only, would include emissions for surface coating operations, dry cleaning, degreasing operations, etc., unless considered point sources.

For hydrocarbons would include vehicle evaporative losses and losses from filling trucks, service station tanks, and automobile tanks.

APPENDIX H-AIR QUALITY DATA SUMMARY

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APPENDIX I-PROJECTED MOTOR VEHICLE ing equation calculates the expected air
EMISSIONS

quality concentration for any given year:
The assumptions listed below were made in
calculating the projected national urban
emissions from motor vehicles as shown in
Figures 1-3.

where:
a. Emission factors are based on the new Subscripts 0 and 1 denote the base year
Federal test procedure (1), which has an and future year of interest, respectively.
average route speed of 18 miles per hour (29 A.Q.= Air quality (measured or estimated)
kilometers per hour).

in region.
b. Emission control devices are assumed to E=Normalized emissions from Figures
just meet present and proposed standards

1-3.
when new, but deteriorate with age. Deteri-

F-Ratio of motor vehicle emissions
oration factors are adapted from data given

to total emissions of each polin Reference 2.

lutant in region. c. Urban vehicle-mile projections adapted GF=Ratio of emissions from nonmotor from Reference 3.

vehicle sources in the future year
d. Distribution of automobiles by age from

of interest to the emissions from
Reference 4.

nonvehicle sources in the base
e. Relative miles of travel for automobiles

year.
(i.e., new cars are driven more than older

This equation can be applied directly for carones) from Reference 5.

bon monoxide. nitrogen dioxide (if all Figures 1-3 can be used to approximate air

nitrogen oxides emissions are assumed to quality levels resulting from the Federal be measured as nitrogen dioxide), and nonMotor Vehicle Control Program. The follow methane hydrocarbons (assumes reduction in

total hydrocarbon emissions will result in a
proportion reduction of measured nonmeth-
ane hydrocarbons). The equation cannot di-
rectly be applied to determine the reduction
in photochemical oxidant levels resulting
from reductions in hydrocarbon emissions.
The percent reduction in hydrocarbon emis-
sions expected from the Federal Motor Ve-
hicle Control Program can be estimated
using that portion of the equation in bracket
[ ]. By using Appendix J, it can be deter-
mined if this is sufficient to achieve the na-
tional standard for photochemical oxidants
and if stationary source and/or transpor-
tation controls are required.

REFERENCES
1. FEDERAL REGISTER, Vol. 35, No. 219, Part
II, Nov. 10, 1970.

2. “Exhaust Emissions from Privately
Owned 1966–1970 California Automobiles—A
Statistical Evaluation of Surveillance Data,"
Supplement to Progress Report No. 22 by
Arthur J. Hocker, California Air Resources
Board, Los Angeles, Calif., Apr. 19, 1971.

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Figure 1. Hydrocarbon emission rates from urban vehicles in United States projected from 1967 base of 1.

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Figure 2. Carbon monoxide emission rates from urban vehicles in United States projected from 1967 base of 1.

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