7019.3020 Calculation Of Actual Emissions For Emission Inventory


Published: 2015

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7019.3020 CALCULATION OF ACTUAL EMISSIONS FOR EMISSION INVENTORY.


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Emissions from all emissions units shall be reported in the annual emissions inventory report in a format specified by the commissioner. Emissions from insignificant activities listed in part 7007.1300, subpart 2, shall not be reported. Emissions from insignificant activities listed in part 7007.1300, subparts 3 and 4, and conditionally insignificant activities listed in part 7008.4000 shall be reported if the commissioner or owner or operator has determined that emissions from those activities are not insignificant for purposes of permitting under parts 7007.0100 to 7007.1850 or for those activities required to be quantified by a facility issued a capped permit option 1. Notwithstanding the previous sentence, the commissioner may request an inventory of fugitive emissions from roads and parking lots, defined as insignificant under part 7007.1300, subpart 3, item J, upon determining that emissions from these sources represent a substantial portion of the facility's total emissions.


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B.

All owners or operators of emission reporting facilities, as defined in part 7002.0015, subpart 3a, or facilities issued option B registration permits under part 7007.1120 that choose to be assessed a fee under part 7002.0025, subpart 1, item C, subitem (1), shall calculate emissions based on parts 7019.3030 to 7019.3100, except for any facility which has obtained an option C or D registration permit under part 7007.1125 or 7007.1130 or a capped permit under parts 7007.1140 to 7007.1148.


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C.

All owners or operators of emission reporting facilities which have obtained an air emission permit under part 7007.1125, registration permit option C, shall report the quantity of each fuel purchased or used (whichever was stated in the facility's registration permit application) in the year for which emissions are being calculated. The report shall apportion the quantity of fuel burned with the type of combustion unit (indirect heating units or internal combustion engines) in which it was burned. The owner or operator shall report the quantity of VOC-containing materials purchased or used (whichever is stated in the facility's registration permit application) in the year for which emissions are being calculated. The owners or operators reporting VOC-containing materials purchases or usage shall also report the weight factor (WF) of the VOC in the materials (weight of VOC per weight of VOC-containing materials) and the density of the materials. The actual emissions shall be calculated by the commissioner.


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D.

All owners or operators of emission reporting facilities which have obtained an air emission permit under part 7007.1130, registration permit option D, shall report the actual emissions calculated for purposes of compliance demonstration required in part 7007.1130, subpart 3, item E, for the calendar year for which emissions are being reported in a format specified by the commissioner.


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E.

All owners or operators of emission reporting facilities which have obtained an air emission permit under parts 7007.1140 to 7007.1148, capped permit, shall report the actual emissions calculated for purposes of compliance demonstration required in part 7007.1146, subpart 2, item H, for the calendar year for which emissions are being reported for all emission units in a format specified by the commissioner.


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F.

All owners or operators of an emission reporting facility submitting an emission inventory based in whole, or in part, on a material balance calculation shall submit a sample material balance calculation with the emission inventory. Such facilities shall also maintain a record of the material safety data sheets or vendor certification of the VOC, mercury, or sulfur content of the material for each material or fuel used and the material balance calculations for a period of five years after the date of submittal of the emission inventory.


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G.

The emission inventory may be based on the use of control equipment only if the use of the specific control equipment is required under conditions of a permit or applicable requirement as defined in part 7007.0100, subpart 7, or is included in a notification received by the agency under part 7007.1150, item C. This item applies upon issuance under chapter 7007 of a registration, state, capped, general, or part 70 permit to a stationary source but no earlier than the date three years after EPA grants full program approval of the agency's permit program under title 5 of the Clean Air Act.