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Equipment or Process: Abrasive Blasting - Enclosed Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
ARB Fabricated Systems, Inc.

Universal model 4836 PDH-DC200 abrasive blast cabinet with fan rated at 1210 scfm; operation limited to
2 hours/day
9/11/92

(A/C no. 5026005)

A430-565-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
        Universal DC-200 fabric collector preceded by cyclone

98% control efficiency (Equivalent to 0.01 gr/dscf at 1210 scfm)
PLEXCO

Abrasive blasting operation with rated capacity of 133,250 lbm/hr
10/5/89

(App. no. 206615)

A430-417-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emission level of 35 lbm/day)
Energy Coatings Co.

200 hp Wheelabrator abrasive blasting machine
5/12/89

(App. no. 183284)

(A430-392-90)

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 3.13 lbm/day)
Coastcast Corp.

Pangborn abrasive blasting machine
10/10/89

(App. no. 215133)

A430-347-90

District Contact:
Rita Fernandez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2651
rfernandez@aqmd.gov
        Fabric dust collector

98% control
Teledyne Cast Products

Wheelabrator
69 hp abrasive machine
10/15/87

(App. no. 215133)

A430-241-87

District Contact:
Rita Fernandez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2651
rfernandez@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated control of 98%; estimated emissions of
4.05 lbm/day)
Gregg Industries, Inc.

50 hp Pangborn abrasive blasting machine
4/3/87

(App. no. 154158)

A430-229-87

District Contact:
Rita Fernandez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2651
rfernandez@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No Limit
(Estimated control of 98%)
So. Calif. Edison

Abrasive blasting room
12/2/86

(App. no. 146912)

A430-207-87

District Contact:
Rita Fernandez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2651
rfernandez@aqmd.gov
        Dust collector

No limit
(Estimated control of 98%)
GCM Coatings

Abrasive blasting room
11/10/86

(App. no. 141869)

A430-203-87

District Contact:
Rita Fernandez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2651
rfernandez@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated control of 98% and 0.002 gr/dscf)
So. Calif. Gas Co.

Abrasive blasting machine
11/3/86

(App. no. 148395)

A430-202-87

District Contact:
Rita Fernandez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2651
rfernandez@aqmd.gov
        Cartridge filter dust collector

No limit
(Estimated control of 98%)
Thistle Roller Co.

Abrasive blasting system
2/17/87

(App. no. 149915)

A430-181-87

District Contact:
Rita Fernandez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2651
rfernandez@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated control of 98%; estimated emission level of 3.2 lbm/day)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 1 Abrasive Blasting - Enclosed

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Equipment or Process: Air Stripper - Ground Water Treatment Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Aman Environmental Construction, Inc.

On-site contaminated soil remediation with two trailor-mounted 4.2 MMBtu/hr Donlee Technologies model YSH-100 Turbo Fire II dual-fired marine boilers fired primarily on natural gas with LPG and diesel backup
12/26/95

(A/C no. S-2837-1-0)

A430-711-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Activated polymer/carbon cannister

95% control
York-Shipley low-NOx burner

0.036 lbm/MMBtu on natural gas
0.048 lbm/MMBtu on diesel
Low-sulfur diesel fuel oil at 0.05% S content by wt.

No limit
(Equivalent to 0.005 lbm/MMBtu for diesel)
   
Envent Corporation

Mobile contaminated water stripper with thermal/catalytic oxidizer, IC engine, or carbon adsorber as control options
8/9/95

(A/C no. S-2833-1-0)

A430-665-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Carbon absorption, thermal/catalytic oxidation, or IC engine with three-way catalyst

100 ppm
(Equivalent to 95% control efficiency)
Three-way catalyst for IC engine control option

13.7 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 50 ppmvd at 15% oxygen for IC engine option and 0.10 lbm/MMBtu for oxidizer option)
Use of clean burning supplemental fuels, i.e., natural gas and LPG

5.5 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 0.268 g/bhp-hr for IC engine option and
0.0006 lbm/MMBtu for oxidizer option)
Three-way catalyst for IC engine option

24.9 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 150 ppmvd at 15% oxygen for IC engine option and 0.021 lbm/MMBtu for oxidizer)
Use of clean burning supplemental fuels, i.e., natural gas and LPG

6.6 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 0.327 g/bhp-hr for IC engine option and 0.012 lbm/MMBtu for oxidizer option)
Terra Vac

Soil vapor extraction and treatment system
1/30/92

(App. no. 257858)

A430-608-94

District Contact:
Enrique Nascimento
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2519
enascimento@aqmd.gov
Dedart/Johnson Matthey CKM 1000 catalytic oxidizer

99% destruction efficiency
       
Exxon Co. USA

Soil vapor extraction and treatment system
1/31/92

(App no. 258600)

A430-607-94

District Contact:
Enrique Nascimento
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2519
enascimento@aqmd.gov
Haastech model no. MMC-5B15 thermal oxidizer

99.99% destruction efficiency
       
Science and Engineering Analysis Corporation

15 hp air stripper used in ground water treatment
2/3/94

(A/C no. 1824)

A430-604-94

District Contact:
Gary Willey
San Luis Obispo Co. APCD
(805) 781-5912  
1.5 MMBtu/hr propane/gasoline vapor-fired Therm- Tech, Inc. model vac50 thermal/ catalytic oxidizer

25 ppm
       
Aqua Geosciences

Vapor extraction system
7/27/93

(A/C no. S-2027-1-0)

A430-595-93

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Methanol and formaldehyde stripper vessels

95% control efficiency
       
Chevron USA Products

Soil remediation operation with 200 cfm fan
12/17/92

(A/C no.

S-0246 0005-00)

A430-571-93

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Greg Ushigama
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
501,000 Btu/hr
Baker thermal oxidizer

99% control efficiency
       
Shell Oil Company

Soil vapor extraction system
7/1/91

(A/C no. 243906)

A430-564-92

District Contact:
John Yee
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2531  
Retox 1000 regenerative thermal oxidizer and Westates USC 1200 carbon beds

No limit
(Estimated control efficiency of up to 99%)
       
Clean Soils, Inc.

Soil vapor extraction capable of processing
50 tons/hr
4/27/92

(A/C no. 0251001)

A430-555-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
VOC incinerator 1.11 lbm/hr

99.6% control efficiency
       
Remediation Services International

Soil vapor extraction system
7/26/91

(App. no. 253299)

A430-544-92

District Contact:
John Yee
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2531  
RSI IC engine fired on propane

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99.8%)
       
Unocal Chemicals Division, Oakland Distribution Facility

Soil vapor extraction system with two 1267 scfm New York Blower Co. vacuum extraction blowers
4/1/92

(A/C no. 8447)

A430-532-92

District Contact:
Ted Hull
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4919  
ARI Model CT-1000-SAB-G-50TE catalytic oxidation unit

97% control efficiency
       
Maness Environmental

Underground gas tank degassing operating 4 hours per day
5/28/91

(App. no. 240446)

A430-526-92

District Contact:
John Yee
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2531  
Soil-Therm model 2005 thermal oxidation unit

5.32 lbm/day
       
V.R. Systems, Inc.

Vent test/above ground soil vapor extraction system with 250 cfm fan
7/29/91

(App. no. 253276)

A430-519-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Air stream routing through Ford IC engine fired on propane

99.8% control efficiency
       
V.R. Systems, Inc.

Vent test/above ground soil vapor extraction system with 250 cfm fan
7/29/91

(App. no. 253277)

A430-518-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Air stream routing through Ford IC engine fired on propane

99.8% control efficiency
       
Chevron U.S.A.

Soil vapor extraction using 500 scfm electric fan
12/13/90

(App. no. 236474)

A430-517-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Airex thermal oxidizer

97% control efficiency
       
ARCO Products Co.

Soil vapor extraction using 200 scfm electric fan
6/7/91

(App. no. 240542)

A430-516-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Airex hot rock bed thermal oxidizer

98% control efficiency
       
Deep Inc.

Soil vapor extraction
8/9/91

(App. no. 253235)

A430-515-92

District Contact:
Arturo Arreola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2534
aarreola@aqmd.gov
Air stream routing through an RSI IC engine

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99.7%)
       
ARCO Products Company

Soil vapor extraction using 37 kW electric fan operating at 312 cfm
8/9/91

(App. no. 250937)

A430-514-92

District Contact:
Arturo Arreola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2534
aarreola@aqmd.gov
Airex regenerative thermal oxidizer (RETOX)

99% control efficiency
       
Park Environmental Corp.

Soil vapor extraction using 37 kW electric fan operating at 312 cfm
8/9/91

(App. no. 249107)

A430-513-92

District Contact:
Arturo Arreola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2534
aarreola@aqmd.gov
Airex regenerative thermal oxidizer

99% control efficiency
       
Applied Consultants

Soil vapor extraction using 400 scfm electric fan
12/4/90

(App. no. 237161)

A430-512-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Airex thermal oxidizer

97% control efficiency
       
Thorne Environmental, Inc.

Soil vapor extraction using 350 scfm electric fan
11/15/90

(App. no. 236666)

A430-511-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Airex thermal oxidizer

97% control efficiency
       
Thorne Environmental, Inc.

Soil vapor extraction using 350 scfm electric fan
11/15/90

(App. no. 236665)

A430-510-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Airex thermal oxidizer

97% control efficiency
       
ARCO Products Co.

Soil vapor extraction with 16.5 kW electric fan
8/9/91

(App. no. 243740)

A430-507-92

District Contact:
Arturo Arreola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2534
aarreola@aqmd.gov
Airex regenerative thermal oxidizer (RETOX)

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 98%)
       
TPS Technologies, Inc.

Mobil contaminated soil treatment system processing
50,000 lbm/hr
10/8/90

(App. no. 227621)

A430-506-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Afterburner

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 90%)
      Baghouse
50 lbm/day
(Expected control efficiency of 90%)
Thorne Environmental Inc.

Soil vapor extraction with 350 scfm electric fan
9/27/90

(App. no. 228642)

A430-505-92

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Airex Model 600 Thermal Oxidizer

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 95%)
       
Darling Oil and Tire

Gasoline vapor extraction system from soil with
35 kW electric air pump with 500 cfm throughput
6/30/89

(A/C no. 8060200101)

A430-480-91

District Contact:
Tope Adewusi
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD (Fresno Zone)
(209) 445-3239  
Catalytic oxidizer

96% control efficiency
28.5 lbm/day
       
Tetra Tech Inc.

350 scfm Turbotron Exhauster soil vapor extraction system
1/15/91

(App. no. 235676)

A430-471-91

District Contact:
Hoori Jivalagian
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2535
hjivalagian@aqmd.gov
Thermal oxidizer
(Required but not necessarily BACT)

3.2 lbm/day
(Expected control level of 92%)
       
Chevron U.S.A., Inc.

Soil vapor extraction system
11/26/90

(App. no. 238449)

A430-470-91

District Contact:
Hoori Jivalagian
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2535
hjivalagian@aqmd.gov
Carbon absorber
(Required but not necessarily BACT)

1 lbm/day
(Expected control level of 99%)
       
Chevron U.S.A., Inc.

Soil vapor extraction system
11/6/90

(App. no. 236185)

A430-469-91

District Contact:
Hoori Jivalagian
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2535
hjivalagian@aqmd.gov
Carbon absorber
(Required but not necessarily BACT)

No limit
(Expected control level of 97.5%)
       
Chevron U.S.A., Inc.

Underground soil vapor extraction and treatment system
11/6/90

(App. no. 236251)

A430-468-91

District Contact:
Hoori Jivalagian
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2535
hjivalagian@aqmd.gov
Carbon absorber
(Required but not necessarily BACT)

No limit
(Expected emis- sion level of 0.18 lbm/day)
       
Chevron U.S.A., Inc.

Underground soil vapor extraction and treatment system
11/6/90

(App. no. 236258)

A430-467-91

District Contact:
Hoori Jivalagian
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2535
hjivalagian@aqmd.gov
Carbon absorber
(Required but not necessarily BACT)

No limit
(Expected emis- sion level of 17 lbm/day)
       
Environmental Investigations

Underground soil vapor extraction and treatment system
10/31/90

(App. no.236989)

A430-466-91

District Contact:
Hoori Jivalagian
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2535
hjivalagian@aqmd.gov
Carbon absorber
(Required but not necessarily BACT)

No limit
(Expected emis- sion level of 0.8 lbm/day)
       
Pactra Coatings, Inc.

150 scf/min soil vapor extraction system
12/13/90

(App. no. 235003)

A430-465-91

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Thermal oxidizer
(Required but not necessarily BACT)

No limit
(Expected effici- ency of 99%)
       
Allied-Signal Aerospace Division

Underground contaminated soil vapor extraction
5/27/90

(App. no. 214818)

A430-450-90

District Contact:
Al Baez
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2516
abaez@aqmd.gov
Thermal oxidizer and scrubber
(Required but not necessarily BACT)

No limit
(Estimated control efficiency of 95%)
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 2 Air Stripper - Ground Water Treatment

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Equipment or Process: Aluminum Melting Furnaces - Reverberatory, Non-Sweating Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Tandem Ind. Inc.

15 MMBtu/hr reverberatory aluminum melting furnace with an 80 ton/day capacity
5/22/87

(App. no. 154936)

A380-222-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse with lime injection and low-sulfur fuel

4 lbm/day
(est. level of emission)
Tandem Ind. Inc.

15 MMBtu/hr reverberatory aluminum melting furnace with an 80 ton/day capacity
5/22/87

(App. no. 154935)

A380-220-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse with lime injection and low-sulfur fuel

4 lbm/day
(est. level of emission)
TIMCO

12 MMBtu/hr reverberatory aluminum melting furnace with a 45-ton capacity
2/5/87

(App. no. 141730)

A380-219-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse with lime injection and low-sulfur fuel

2 lbm/day
(est. level of emission)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 4 Aluminum Melting Furnaces - Reverberatory, Non-Sweating

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Equipment or Process: Asphalt Batch Plant Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Kern Asphalt Paving and Sealing

460 bhp Caterpillar model 3406C diesel-fired internal combustion engine limited to operating 8 hours/day and 1000 hours per year.
11/10/99

(A/C No.: S-3555-1-0)

A350-955-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
  No control

6.9g/bhp-hr
    Low-sulfur diesel fuel (0.05% fuel sulfur content) and a positive crankcase ventilation system

0.4 g/bhp-hr
Granite Construction - Gardner Ranch

450 tons/hr, hot mix asphalt concrete plant with dryer, baghouse and associated equipment with PUC natural gas fuel.
2/5/99

(A/C no. 9886)

A390-874-99

District Contact:
Michael Goldman
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8821
goldmanm@sbcapcd.org
Dryer: Good combustion pratice and O2 controller system; AC storage silo/drag slat conveyor and truck load out points: Blue smoke 2-stage filter pack (truck loading only if blue smoke is detected)

2.5" W.C. pressure drop across filter pack
Gencor model UFX-150 natural gas fired ultra-low NOx burner w/ flue gas recirculation rated at 150 MMBtu/hr

36 ppmvd @ 3% O2
Use of PUC natural gas meeting PUC General Order 58-A specifications

80 ppmvd total sulfur
4 ppmvd hydrogen sulfide
Burner design and good combustion practice

400 ppmvd @ 3% O2
a) Baghouse for the dryer and scavenger dust system; exhaust blower rated at 69,581 dscfm. b) Enclosed drag slat conveyor to filter pack c) Water spray with chemical suppressants on cold feed system adn road surface
Sully-Miller Contracting Company

Hot mix asphalt plant rated at 350 ton/hr. 85.14 MMBtu/hr LPG-fired Dryer/Coater heat input rating with natural gas backup fuel
8/20/97

(A/C no. 9740)

A390-794-97

District Contact:
Mike Goldman
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8821
goldmanm@sbcapcd.org
Burner designer, good combustion practice

0.0170 lbm/MMBtu
Hauck Ecoster, model 100; low-NOx burners

0.0575 lbm/MMBtu
  Burner design, good combustion practice

0.412 lbm/MMBtu
Standard Heaven baghouse, water spray system at all aggregated points, hoppers and sreens; blue smoke filter pack for enclosed drag slat conveyer, hot mix stroage silos, and for truck loading
Santa Fe Aggregates, Inc.

HMA batch plant with a 135 MMBtu/hr Gencor drier
8/8/96

(A/C no. N-3722-1-0)

A390-755-97

District Contact
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Gencor Industries, Inc. burner fired on natural gas or LPG as basic equipment

0.0516 lbm/MMBtu
43 lbm/day
Gencor Industries, Inc. low-NOx burner fired on natural gas or LPG as basic equipment

0.12 lbm/MMBtu
99.9 lbm/day
Gencor Industries, Inc. burner fired on natural gas or LPG as basic equipment

0.0042 lb/MMBtu
3.5 lbm/day
  Baghouse

0.012 lbm/ton
54.9 lbm/day


Cold bin loading and conveyor drop

0.00021 lbm/ton
Granite Construction Company

70 MMBtu/hr rotary aggregate dryer with GENCO Ultra Model II propane burner at 150 ton/hr asphalt batch plant
8/8/95

(A/C no. 7770)

A390-673-96

District Contact:
Eva Goodman
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 647-9411  
  LoNOx burner

0.10 lbm/MMBtu
81 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
Matric Construction Company

75 ton/hr Stansteel model TM-20 portable asphalt batch plant with diesel-fired 62.0 MMBtu/hr dryer
3/15/95

(A/C no. 7079-101)

A390-659-95

District Contact:
Kerby Zozula
Ventura County APCD
(805) 645-1421
Kerby@vcapcd.org
    Low-sulfur diesel fuel not to exceed 0.05% sulfur content by weight

No limit
  Primary cyclone and Mikropulse baghouse.
Shrouding and water spray as necessary for material transfer points

0.04 gr/dscf
Matric Construction Company

1.4 MMBtu/hr Bros model HO-10 process heater fired on diesel fuel. This source will be located on an island in the Pacific Ocean. Natural gas is not available.
3/15/95

(A/C no. 7079-101)

A310-658-95

District Contact:
Kerby Zozula
Ventura County APCD
(805) 645-1421
Kerby@vcapcd.org
    Low-sulfur diesel fuel not to exceed 0.05% by weight

No limit
   
Granite Construction Company

150 MMBtu/hr BMG model 45R30P asphalt drum mixer fired on fuel oil no. 2. This is a portable unit to be operated at remote sites where electricity or natural gas may not be available.
5/14/91

(A/C no. 5841)

A390-626-94

District Contact:
R. Ted Hull
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4919  
  Low-NOx burners

145 lbm/day for plant and IC engine (Initial source test indicated emissions of 165 ppmvd at 3% oxygen from drum mixer.)
     
California Commercial Asphalt Corporation

275 ton/hr Madsen model 481 hot-mix asphalt batch plant with 75.6 MMBtu/hr Hauck SJP 360 gas-fired dryer burner model with diesel backup fuel
2/12/92

(App. no. 910794)

A390-615-94

District Contact:
Earnest Davis
San Diego Co. APCD
(619)694-3930  
  75.6 MMBtu/hr Hauck model no. SJP 360 with water injection

104 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
    Haven Alpha Mark III baghouse with 8650 square feet of cloth

0.03 gr/dscf
Cyclean, Inc.

120 ton/hr portable asphalt batch plant for asphalt recycling (recycleaning)
10/22/90

(App. no. 236155)

A35-587-93

District Contact:
Bill Behjat
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2640
bbehjit@aqmd.gov
Afterburner

90% control efficiency
      Baghouse

99% control efficiency
Resource Renewal Technologies

Asphalt batch plant with throughput limit of 2600 tons/day and heat input limit of 350 MMBtu/day
(permit action is a transfer of location)
6/18/93

(A/C no. S-1856-1-1)

A390-574-93

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Switch from diesel fuel to LPG or natural gas

0.0028 lbm/MMBtu
1.0 lbm/day
Low-NOx burner and switching from diesel fuel to LPG or natural gas combustion

0.081 lbm/MMBtu
42.6 lbm/day
Switch from diesel fuel to LPG or natural gas

0.0020 lbm/MMBtu
0.7 lbm/day
  Water suppression, venturi scrubber, & switch from diesel fuel to LPG or natural gas

0.0066 lbm/MMBtu
81.6 lbm/day
State Sand & Gravel Company, Inc.

440,000 lbm/hr natural gas-fired asphalt batch plant
12/26/90

(App. No.: 236264)

A390-529-92

District Contact:
Bill Behjat
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2640
bbehjat@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
All American Asphalt

135 MMBtu/hr asphalt batch plant fired on propane and processing 1,200,000 lbm/hr
1/15/91

(App. no. 240010)

A390-528-92

District Contact:
Bill Behjat
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2640
bbehjat@aqmd.gov
  Low-NOx burner with exhaust-gas recirculation

30 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
    Baghouse

No limit
State Sand and Gravel Company, Inc.

440,000 lbm/hr gas-fired asphalt batch plant
12/26/90

(App. no. 236264)

A390-527-92

District Contact:
Bill Behjat
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2640
bbehjat@aqmd.gov
  Low-NOx burner

55 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
    Baghouse

No Limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99%)
Beazer West, Inc.

3220 ton/day asphalt batch plant fired on natural gas with a natural gas usage limit of 1,000,000 cubic ft per day
12/18/90

(App. no. 228933)

A390-509-92

District Contact:
Fred Minassian
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2641
fminassian@aqmd.gov
        cyclone, baghouse, and electrostatic precipitator

No limit
E. L. Yeager Const.

400 ton/hr asphalt batch plant
7/13/89

(App. no. 192116)

A390-386-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 47 lbm/day)
Granite Const. Co.

500 ton/hr asphalt concrete plant fired on natural gas
2/24/88

(A/C no. 87-184 and 87-185)

A390-269-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Venturi scrubber

0.04 gr/dscf
99.5% control efficiency
Claude C. Wood Co.

Stansteel Corp. DM 836 drum-mix asphalt plant rated at 300 tons/hr and fired on fuel oil no. 2 (162 MMBtu/hr burner)
10/26/87

(A/C no. 86-197ab)

A390-264-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
    0.25% sulfur content limit in the fuel oil, SOx adsorption by alkaline aggregate, and Venturi-impactor wet scrubber

0.135 lbm/MMBtu
46% control efficiency
  Venturi-impactor type wet scrubber

0.04 gr/dscf
99.63% control efficiency
Diamond A Ranch Quarry

350 ton/hr asphaltic concrete plant
6/2/86

(A/C no. 30724)

A390-144-86

District Contact:
Greg Stone
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
        Venturi scrubber

0.02 gr/dscf
99.7% control
Granite Const. Co.

Asphalt batch plant undergoing modification to fire high sulfur (0.7%) fuel oil with 190 MMBtu/hr burner
3/11/86

(A/C no. 1008007D)

A390-117-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
    Adjustable cone orifice wet scrubber preceded by spray chamber

50% control
   
R.C. Collet, Inc.

325 tons per hour Standard Havens drum mix asphalt concrete plant
7/17/84

(A/C # A/C-84-07)

A390-066-85

District Contact:
D.W. Dixon
Placer County APCD
(530) 889-7130  
        Standard Havens baghouse

0.04 gr/dscf
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 10 Asphalt Batch Plant

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Equipment or Process: Asphalt Roofing Line Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Witco Corporation

Three 690 bbl asphalt air blowing stills and ancillary equipment with throughput limit of 734.6 tons/day of blown asphalt (production of air blown asphalt for roofing)
10/1/96

(A/C no. S-44-145-0, -146-0, -147-0)

A350-753-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
64.3 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired offgas incinerator with 1500 F min. firing temp. and 0.5 sec min. retention time

98% control efficiency
  No control but requirement for <20% of S in feedstock released in form of sulfur dioxide

119 lbm/day
   
Gibson Homands Co.

Mixers for asphalt-based roofing products
3/28/96

(A/C no. N-1938-8-1)

A350-698-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Operating practices to minimize fugitive emissions, including shutting off blowers when not charging mixer and keeping hatch closed when not adding materials

6.3 lbm/day
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 11 Asphalt Roofing Line

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Huntway Refining Company, asphalt oxidation plant

28 ton/hr asphalt oxidation still and seven asphalt storage tanks, six having 85,000 gal capacity and one with 50,000 gal capacity with volatiles routed to control unit
4/3/92

(A/C no. 7311)

A350-535-92

District Contact:
Dharam Singh
Bay Area AQMD
(415)749-4714  
4.1 MMBtu/hr gas-fired asphalt heater-cumthermal oxidizer ducting 5000 cfm

98% control efficiency
0.0023 lbm/ton
      4.1 MMBtu/hr gas-fired asphalt heater-cum- thermal oxidizer ducting 5000 cfm

0.08932 lbm/ton
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Equipment Rating: Less than or equal to 4 MMBtu/hr heat input Date 07/18/00
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Margaretis Textile Service/MTS Inc.

4.2 MMBtu/hr Kewanee model 100 H.P. natural gas-fired fire-tube boiler for use with a steam generator
3/16/00

(A/C # 366323)

A310-988-00

District Contact:

Sam Barros
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2364
sbarros@aqmd.gov
  Goal Line Environmental Technologies SCONOx catalytic absorption system

2 ppmvd @ 3% O2 at applicant request (currently 2 ppmvd @ 3% O2 is not recognized as achieved in practice)
     
San Bernardino County Medical Center

6 MMBtu/hr Cleaver Brooks model FLX-700-600 natural gas-fired water-tube boiler use for building heat. LPG used as emergency backup fuel. Unit will be used from November through March.
2/15/00

(A/C # 364142)

A340-986-00

District Contact:
Sean Cullins
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2655
scullins@aqmd.gov
  Alzeta model CSB ultra low-NOx burner

12 ppmvd @ 3% O2 (natural gas)
30 ppmvd @ 3% O2 (LPG)
  Alzeta model CSB ultra low-NOx burner

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2 (natural gas)
400 ppmvd @ 3% O2 (LPG)
 
Maruchan, Inc.

8.18 MMBtu/hr Miura model LX-200SG natural gas-fired water-tube boiler use as the main boiler for process heating operating above 80% capacity
9/9/99

(A/C # 358116)

A340-985-00

District Contact:
Darrell Johnson
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2230
djohnson@aqmd.gov
  Miura ultra low-NOx burner

15 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  No control

100 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Bumble Bee Seafoods, Inc.

16.8 MMBtu/hr Superior Mohawk model 4X-2007-S150 natural gas-fired fire-tube boiler
3/10/00

(A/C # 365228)

A310-983-00

District Contact:
Doug Gordon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2683
dgordon@aqmd.gov
  Industrial Combustion low-NOx burner with flue gas recirculation

12 ppmv @ 3% O2
  No control

50 ppmv @ 3% O2
 
L&N Uniform Supply Co Inc.

6.3 MMBtu/hr Superior Boiler Works model 5-ACT-625-150M natural gas-fired fire-tube boiler
4/6/00

(A/C # 367150)

A310-982-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
  American Combustion Technology model ACT-04 low-NOx burner with flue gas recirculation

12 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  No control

100 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
La Paloma Generating Co. LLC

6.2 MMBtu/hr Cleaver Brooks model CBW7XX-150-150 natural gas-fired fire-tube boiler use as part of a cooling two blowdown water treatment process
2/1/00

(A/C # S-3412-12-0)

A310-973-00

District Contact:
Leonard Scandura
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(661) 326-6900  
No control

30 ppmv @ 3% O2
Alzeta model CSB low-NOx burner

12 ppmv @ 3% O2
  Alzeta model CSB low-NOx burner

50 ppmv @ 3% O2
No control

0.007 lb/MMBtu
Hi-Country

20.9 MMBtu/hr Cleaver Brooks model CB 700 natural gas-fired fire-tube boiler use to supply steam to heat evaporators and pasteurizing
12/16/99

(A/C # 362566)

A310-970-00

District Contact:
Doug Gordon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2683
dgordon@aqmd.gov
  Alzeta model CSB ultra-low-NOx burner

9 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  Alzeta model CSB ultra-low-NOx burner

100 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Nation Wide Boiler

28.8 MMBtu/hr Donlee model 582-SAHF-650-N natural gas-fired portable water-tube type boiler that will be use as an emergency rental unit to provide hot water and steam.
3/15/00

(A/C # 364408)

A310-968-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
  Alzeta model CSB22-SSO-30 low-NOx burner

9 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  Alzeta model CSB22-SSO-30 low-NOx burner

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Santa Monica - UCLA Medical Center

16,300,000 Btu/hr Cleaver Brooks model CB(LE) 200-400 natural gas-fired, fire-tube boiler use to produce hot water and steam. Load following, with short periods of steady-state operation. Amber 363 backup fuel.
1/28/00

(A/C No.: 363025)

A310-967-00

District Contact:
Sean Cullins
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2655
scullins@aqmd.gov
  Cleaver Brooks, model LE low-NOx burner with flue gas recirculation

15 ppmvd @ 3% O2 while fired on natural gas
40 ppmvd @ 3% O2 while fired on AMBER 363
  Cleaver Brooks, model LE low-NOx burner with flue gas recirculation

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Pacific Life Insurance

2,970,000 Btu/hr Parker model T-2970LR natural gas-fired boiler use for space heating
1/28/00

(A/C No.: 362486)

A330-964-00

District Contact:
Sean Cullins
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2655
scullins@aqmd.gov
  Parker model MFB-36, premix metal fiber ultra low-NOx burner

12 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  Parker model MFB-36, premix metal fiber ultra low-NOx burner

100 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Y2K Textile, Inc.

16,400,000 Btu/hr Superior model 6X-2000-S150-LNDG210P-20 natural gas-fired fire-tube boiler use to produce steam.
1/5/00

(A/C No.: 362616)

A310-962-00

District Contact:
Kien Huynh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2635
khuynh@aqmd.gov
  Applied Utility Systems model PSCR selective catalytic reduction and low-NOx burners with flue gas recalculation. Ammonia slip limited to 5 ppmvd @ 3% O2.

11 ppmvd @ 3% O2
Limit is not yet considered as achieved in practice BACT
  Low-NOx burners with flue gas recalculation

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Damapong Textiles

16,500,000 Btu/hr Sellers Engineering model 105E-395 HP natural gas-fired fired-tube boiler use to provide steam for a dye tank.
12/7/99

(A/C No.: 359772)

A310-961-00

District Contact:
Kien Huynh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2635
khuynh@aqmd.gov
  Peerless selective catalytic reduction. Ammonia slip limited to 5 ppmvd @ 3% O2

7 ppmvd @ 3% O2
NOx level is not now considered as achieved in practice BACT for this boiler size.
  No control

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
General Dyeing and Finishing, Inc.

13.5 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired Kewanee model H3S400G fire-tube boiler use to produce high pressure steam.
10/28/99

(A/C No.: 355513)

A310-959-00

District Contact:
Rod Millican
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2591
rmillican@aqmd.gov
  Energy and Environmental, Inc. ultra low-NOx burner.

5 ppmv @ 3% O2
(This NOx level is not yet considered as achieved in practice BACT for this boiler size.)
  Energy and Environmental, Inc. ultra low-NOx burner.

50 ppmv @ 3% O2
 
Coca Cola

31.5 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired Scotch Marine custom fire-tube boiler use to provide steam for sanitation
11/23/99

(A/C No.: 352348)

A310-947-00

District Contact:
Doug Gordon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2683
dgordon@aqmd.gov
  Coen Micro-Pak low-NOx burner and Peerless Mfg. Company selective catalytic reduction system. Ammonia slip limited to 5 ppmvd @ 3% O2.

7 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  Coen Micro-Pak low-NOx burner

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Disneyland Resorts

Cleaver Brooks, model FLX, natural gas-fired water-tube boiler with a 8.5 MMBtu/hr Alzeta Model CSB84 ultra low-NOx burner. Boiler is used to supply hot water to a hotel.
12/21/99

(A/C No.: 360389)

A310-946-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
  Alzeta ultra low-NOx burner

12 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  Alzeta ultra low-NOx burner

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
SCHI Santa Monica Beach Hotel Associates

4.292 MMBtu/hr Clayton, model E6100-LNB, natural gas-fired water-tube boiler use to supply hot water
12/2/99

(A/C No.: 362396)

A310-945-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
  Ultra low-NOx burner system

12 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  Ultra low-NOx burner system

100 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Alta Dena Dairy

Three 16.7 MMBtu/hr (400 bhp), Cleaver Brooks model CB700, fire tube type package boiler to produce steam, for dairy production equipment. One boiler was equipped with low temp. oxidation for a demonstration project, not BACT.
2/5/92

(A/C no. 259724)

A310-879-99

District Contact:
Arturo Arreola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2534
aarreola@aqmd.gov
  Cannon Technology low temperature oxidation system

40 ppmvd @ 3% O2 (Source tests show emissions of 5 ppmvd @ 3% O2, but technology did not operate enough to be achieved in practice. Ozone slip is limited to 1 ppmvd @ 15% O2.)
  Cannon Technology low temperature oxidation system

100 ppmvd @ 3% O2 (Three source tests over 10 months measured CO levels no higher than 8.1 ppmvd @ 3% O2, but did not operate enough to be achieved in practice)
 
Doctors Medical Centers

3.78 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired boiler with low sulfur #2 fuel oil backup
1/5/98

(A/C no. N-2333-10-0)

A310-824-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Industrial Combustion burner and FGR

30 ppmvd @ 3% O2
Natural gas as primary fuel with low sulfur fuel oil #2 (0.05% by weight) as backup

No limit (Equivalent to 4.6 lbm/day)
   
California State Prison, Corcoran

8.1 MMBtu/hr Clayton Industries Model SEG-204-2-LNB boiler
1/15/97

(A/C no. C-0214-32-0)

A310-792-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Premixed lean burn combustion technology

12 ppmv at 3% Oxygen
     
Toter, Incorperated

5.6 MMBtu/hr polyethylene curing oven incorporated with a Ferry RS-370
9/9/96

(A/C no. C-43-6-0)

A310-778-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  No control

Natural gas, emissions < 0.07 lb/MMBtu @ 1000 Btu/SCF
     
Kern Medical Center

2.8 MMBtu/hr gas-fired PVI Industries model 3500 boiler limited to 80% utilization with diesel backup (discovered source)
1/27/97

(A/C no. S-1678-11-0)

A350-775-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  No control (The use of low NOx burners and flue gas recirculation were found not to be cost effective for the subject boilers)

No limit
     
CalResources LLC

Modificatin of 13.6 MMBtu/hr Solar model 1100 Saturn gas turbine fired on natural gas driving a gas compressor. Unit has some heat recovery.
1/10/97

(A/C no. S-1543-5-3 and -6-3)

A330-765-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  No control

69 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
3.61 lbm/hr w/o duct burner off
     
Darling International Inc.

31.2 MMBtu/hr Nebraska model NS-B-40 boiler at a rendering plant using natural gas with fuel oil no. 2 firing allowed during natural gas curtailment
12/30/96

(A/C no. C-406-3-1)

A310-761-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Low-NOx burner and flue-gas recirculation

0.036 lbm/MMBtu on natural gas
0.052 lbm/MMBtu on fuel oil no. 2
  No control

0.089 lbm/MMBtu on natural gas and fuel oil no. 2
No control

0.0137 lbm/MMBtu for natural gas
0.014 lbm/MMBtu for fuel oil no. 2
O.H. Kruse Grain and Milling
Division of PM Ag Products, Inc.

10 MMBtu/hr (300 hp) Clayton Model EG 300 boiler used as a backup to a 21 MMBtu/hr (500 hp) boiler; use limited to 7 billion Btu/yr
9/19/96

(A/C no. S-160-13-0)

A370-751-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
10 MMBtu/hr (300 hp) Clayton Model EG 300 boiler used as a backup to a 21 MMBtu/hr (500 hp) boiler; use limited to 7 billion Btu/yr No control

0.106 lb/MMBtu
25.4 lbm/day
    No control

0.012 lbm/MMBtu
2.9 lbm/day
Vandenberg Air Force Base

Two 8.4 MMBtu/hr, propane-fired Superior model no. 4-5-1024-W60-GP-G hot-water boilers
10/24/96

(A/C no. 9225)
(PTO no 9225, issue date 2/27/97)

A310-712-96

District Contact:
Mike Goldman
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8821
goldmanm@sbcapcd.org
  Zwick Energy model no. FC150-B-UV-LU low-emissions flameless buners

15 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
0.15 lbm/hr

Source test results:
boiler 1: 7.2 ppmv @ 3% O2
boiler 2: 7.1 ppmv @ 3% O2
  Zwick Energy model no. FC150-B-UV-LU low-emissions flameless buners

50 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
0.31 lbm/hr

Source test results
boiler 1: <1 ppmv @ 3% O2
boiler 2: <1 ppmv @ 3% O2
 
Children's Hospital of Orange

Two identical 10,958,100 Btu/hr Kewanee model H3S-250-G0, 250 hp natural gas-fired boiler with low-NOx fuel oil backup
7/31/91

(App. No.: 246519 and 246521)

A310-623-94

District Contact:
Lisa H. Mirisola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2638
lmirisola@aqmd.gov
  Vitotherm model VG0-2502 low-NOx gas and oil burner with induced draft flue gas recirculation and Centuray Controls oxygen trim system

30 ppmd @ 3% O2
     
Aratex Services, Inc.

33.5 gas-fired Cleaver Brooks model CB200- 800-150 firetube boiler rated at 800 hp output with distillate oil emergency backup fuel
2/3/93

(A/C no. 9840)

A310-578-93

District Contact:
Karen Dzienkowski
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-5141  
  Cleaver Brooks low NOx burners and flue-gas recirculation

25 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
Del Monte Foods, USA

20.9 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Johnston boiler
9/26/90

(A/C no. 30404020101)

A310-472-91

District Contact:
Martin Keast
Fresno Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-6000  
  Johnston burner

40 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
29.4 lbm/day
     
Delano Growers Grape Products

32 MMBtu/hr RF MacDonald boiler fired on residual oil
3/17/89

(A/C no. 3046004A)

A310-337-89

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Low-NOx burner, flue gas recirculation and automatic oxygen trim

10.6 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to 20% control or 0.33 lbm/ MMBtu)
     
California Dept. of Corrections
Corcoran Prison
Cogeneration Facility

27.4 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Cleaver Brooks Model D-42E with model 200 type BR-1 burner and producing 23,000 lbm/hr steam (uses fuel oil no. 2 backup)
12/18/87

(A/C 8715B)

A310-291-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
Kings Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-5909  
  Flue gas recirculation

40 ppmvd at 3% oxygen while firing on natural gas (Equivalent to 0.048 lbm/MMBtu); 95 ppmvd at 3% oxygen while firing on fuel oil no. 2 (Equivalent to 0.13 lbm/MMBtu)
Low-sulfur fuel at 0.12% sulfur content

66.6 ppmvd at 3% oxygen (Equivalent to 0.125 lbm/MMBtu)
   
Ventura Coastal Corp.

31.4 MMBtu/hr Cleaver Brooks model CB-400 boiler fired on natural gas
8/31/87

(A/C no. 278-4)

A310-234-87

District Contact:
Terri Thomas
Ventura Co. APCD
(805) 654-2844  
  20% flue gas recirculation

30 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
Douglas Aircraft Co.

Three 33.5 MMBtu/hr Cleaver Brooks model CB200-800 boilers
4/23/87

(App. no. 144594 through 144596)

A310-231-87

District Contact:
Tran Vo
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2579
tvo@aqmd.gov
  Flue gas recirculation and oxygen trim system

35 ppmvd at 3% oxygen (equivalent to 0.042 lbm/MMBtu)
68.0 lbm/day total
     
OLS Energy-Camarillo

Two Babcock & Wilcox FM10-52 31 MMBtu/hr boilers for stand-by service only, fired on on natural gas or oil
2/21/87

(A/C no. 1267-2)

A310-170-87

District Contact:
Keith Duval
Ventura Co. APCD
(805) 654-2845
Kerby@vcapcd.org
  Coen DAF low-NOx burners or equivalent

40 ppmvd at 3% oxygen for gas firing
     
Rockwell Intl.

2 MMBtu/hr (50 hp) gas-fired boiler
3/22/85

(A/C no. 1291)

A310-104-86

District Contact:
Stan Cowen
Ventura Co. APCD
(805) 654-2458  
  Low-NOx ceramic burners

0.18 tons/yr
     
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Equipment or Process: Boilers (Gas Fired) - > 33.55 MMBtu/hr heat input Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Greater than or equal to 33.5 MMBtu/hr heat input Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Darling International Inc.

110 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired Nebraska water-tube boiler used to provide steam for a rendering plant. Propane use as backup fuel. A 1.5 MMBtu/hr duct burner available to keep stack temp. above 575 F.
7/17/90

(A/C No.: 186624)

A310-934-00

District Contact:
Manny Quizon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2639
mquizon@aqmd.gov
  Coen DAF Lo-NOx burner with flue gas recirculation and an Engelhard selective catalytic reduction catalyst. Ammonia slip is limited to 20 ppmvd @ 3% O2.

9 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  No control.

100 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
University of California Irvine Medical Center

48.6 MMBtu/hr Zurn/Keystone watertube boiler use to provide steam for space and water heating,and for sterilization
1/16/92

(A/C No.: 248532)

A310-923-00

District Contact:
Knut Beruldsen
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3136
kberuldsen@aqmd.gov
  Six Alzeta Corporation ceramic fiber radiant low-NOx burners

9 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  Six Alzeta Corporation ceramic fiber radiant low-NOx burners

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Fansteel/California Drop Forge

39.9 MMBtu/hr Indeck Power Equipment Company model NS-E-59 water tube natural gas fired boiler used to produce steam to drive seven actuated hammers, one mechanical press, and one hydraulic closed die forging press.
8/18/98

(A/C no. 343185)

A310-880-99

District Contact:
Augustine Agwuenu
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2632
aagwuenu@aqmd.gov
  Cannon Technology low temperature oxidation system

5 ppmvd @ 3% O2 (determination recinded as of 11/3/99)
  Cannon Technology low temperature oxidation system

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2 (Determination recinded as of 11/3/99)
 
San Benito Foods Tomato Processing

210 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired Cleaver Brooks boiler with Todd combustion variflame burner
12/14/98

(A/C no. 9610)

A370-872-99

District Contact:
Eva Goodman
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(831) 647-9411
egoodman@mbuapcd.org
  Low NOx burner and flue gas recirculation

30 ppmvd @ 3% O2
     
Pacific Offshore Pipeline Co.

Two 45 MMBtu/hr plant-gas fired boilers at an oil-field natural gas (sour) processing plant
2/4/97

(A/C no. 9047)

A350-744-97

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
    Amine-based natural gas Sulfinol sweetening system

24 ppmv total sulfur
6 ppmv hydrgen sulfide
   
Exxon Company, USA
Santa Ynez Unit Project

Two 95MMBtu/hr Holman Boiler Works portable boilers producing 75000 lbm/hr steam and fired on pipeline quality gas. Boilers were only allowed to operate 360 hours on or before 3/9/96.
2/5/96

(A/C no. ATC-9517)

A310-672-96

District Contact:
Ray McCaffrey
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8826  
  Flue-gas recirculation, fuel induced recirculation, and steam injection as necessary to meet emission limits

27.0 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
0.033 lbm/MMBtu
     
Mobile Oil Corporation

292 MMBtu/hr Combustion Engineering Co. model no. 35A14 boiler producing 150,000 lbm steam/hr
8/21/92

(App. No.: # 266092)

A310-616-93

District Contact:
Brian Yeh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2584
byeh@aqmd.gov
  Coen model 35A14 LoNOx gas/oil burner

No limit
     
Helm Concentrates

130 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Cleaver-Brooks model no. DL DH-102 water-tube boiler producing 100,000 lbm steam/hr at a tomato processing factor; propane and butane backup fuels
5/1/90

(A/C no. 3040340101)

A310-463-90

District Contact:
Martin Keast
Fresno Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-6000  
  Todd Variflame LoNox burner with flue gas recirculation

30 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
Kal Kan Foods, Inc.

78.6 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Babcock and Wilcox Model FM-101 boiler producing 65,000 lbm steam/hr use to provide process steam for a pet food manufacturer
7/24/90

(A/C No.: 181183

A310-441-90

District Contact:
Ken Matsuda
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2544
kmaysuda@aqmd.gov
  Hitachi Babcock selective catalytic reduction. Ammonia slip limited to 20 ppm at 3% O2.

9 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
  Hitachi Babcock selective catalytic reduction

400 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
 
Darling Delaware

110 MMBtu/hr Nebraska boiler producing 80,000 lbm/hr of steam--fired on nat. gas or propane
3/1/90

(App. no. 186624)

A310-432-90

District Contact:
Rob Castro
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2552
rcastro@aqmd.gov
  Selective catalytic reduction

9 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
Toma-Tek, Inc.

Gas-fired 90 MMBtu/hr Cleaver-Brooks water-tube boiler with Fuel Tech/Todd dyna-swirl burner producing 75,000 lbm/hr steam (operation limited to July thru Sept.)
3/1/89

(A/C no. 3040240103)

A310-431-90

District Contact:
Martin Keast
Fresno Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(209) 445-3239  
  Low-NOx burners and flue gas recirculation

30 ppmvd at 3% oxygen;
3.05 lbm/hr
     
Westinghouse Electric Corporation

380 MMBtu/hr gas-fired steam generator producing 300,000 lbm steam/hr
8/17/88

(A/C no. 883)

A310-297-88

District Contact:
Hari Doss
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Low-NOx burners, flue gas recirculation, and SCR

12 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
SMUD/Campbell Soup

Four 100 MMBtu/hr gas-fired boilers producing 100,000 lbm steam/hr/unit (make and model unspecified)
8/9/88

(A/C no. 8577 through 8584)

A310-295-88

District Contact:
Bruce Nixon
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6650  
  Low-NOx burners and flue gas recirculation

40 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
California Dept. of Corrections
Corcoran Prison
Cogeneration Facility

43.9 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Cleaver Brooks Model D-60E with model 200 type CN-2 burner and producing 37,000 lbm/hr steam (uses fuel oil no. 2 backup)
12/18/87

(A/C no. 8715A)

A310-290-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
Kings Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-5909  
  Flue gas recirculation

40 ppmvd at 3% oxygen while natural gas (Equivalent to 0.048 lbm/MMBtu); 95 ppmvd at 3% oxygen while firing on fuel oil no. 2 (Equivalent to 0.13 lbm/MMBtu)
Low-sulfur fuel at 0.12% sulfur content

66.6 ppmvd at 3% oxygen (Equivalent to 0.125 lbm/MMBtu)
   
Cogeneration National Corporation

79 MMBtu/hr water-tube boiler fired on natural gas and fuel oil no. 2 producing 60,000 lbm/hr steam
2/25/88

(A/C no. 87-97)

A310-272-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Low NOx burner and flue gas recirculation

0.073 lbm/MMBtu 50% control on natural gas; 0.106 lbm/MMBtu 51% control on fuel oil no. 2
0.20% sulfur content maximum for fuel oil no. 2

0.216 lbm/MMBtu
409 lbm/day on fuel oil no. 2
   
Corn Products

178 MMBtu/hr Zurn Industries 22m Keystone auxiliary boiler fired on natural gas and fuel oil no. 2 producing 150,000 lbm/hr steam
3/2/88

(A/C no. 87-141)

A310-271-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-5909  
Control fuel input

Natural Gas 0.04 lbm/MMBtu; Fuel Oil No. 2 0.05 lbm/MMBtu
Staged combustion low NOx burner

Natural Gas 0.12 lbm/MMBtu 20% control Fuel Oil No. 2 0.16 lbm/MMBtu 56% control
0.20% sulfur content maximum for fuel oil no. 2

0.21 lbm/MMBtu
36.9 lbm/hr
   
Basic American Foods Energy-Amer.I
Cogeneration Project

Two 150 MMBtu/hr Nebraska Boiler Co. model NS-F-85 water-tube boilers fired on natural gas with fuel oil no. 2 standby fuel
10/26/87

(A/C no. 4211 and 4212)

A310-259-88

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Low NOx burner and flue gas recirculation

Limits while firing on natural gas: 40 ppmvd at 3% oxygen 0.048 lbm/MMBtu Limits while firing on fuel oil no. 2: 69 ppmvd at 3% oxygen 0.092 lbm/MMBtu
0.05% sulfur content maximum for fuel oil no. 2

7.55 lbm/hr
Oxidation catalyst

0.018 lbm/MMBtu on natural gas
0.019 lbm/MMBtu on fuel oil no. 2
 
McClellan Air Force Base
Sacramento, CA

62 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired boiler
10/29/86

(A/C no. 8184 and 8486)

A310-169-87

District Contact:
Aleta Kennard
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6650  
  Low-NOx burner, flue gas recirculation

40 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
Naval Station
Treasure Island

Two 50 MMBtu/hr Cleaver Brooks steam boilers fired on natural gas
12/19/86

(A/C no. 30543)

A310-167-87

District Contact:
Bob Nishimura
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Flue gas recirculation and low-NOx burners

40 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
0.05 lbm/MMBtu
     
Folsom Prison

Two 48 MMBtu/hr gas-fired boilers
6/12/86

(A/C no. 8350, 8351, 8379, and 8380)

A310-136-86

District Contact:
Aleta Kennard
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6650  
  Flue gas recirculation

40 ppm at 3% oxygen
     
Snack Foods Plant

72 MMBtu/hr fuel oil or natural gas-fired process boiler; 507 gal/hr fuel oil or 72,000 scf/hr for natural gas
11/11/83

(A/C # 3082001)

A310-014-83

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern County APCD
(Now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Low NOx burners & low sulfur fuel oil (.25% by weight) to be used only during periods of gaseous fuel unavailability

75 ppmv @ 3% O2
6.8 lbm/hr
Low sulfur fuel oil (.25% by weight) to be used only during periods of gaseous fuel unavailability

18.2 lbm/hr
  Low sulfur fuel oil (0.25% by weight) to be used only during periods of gaseous fuel unavailability

1 lb/hr
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 17.3 Boilers (Gas Fired) - > 33.55 MMBtu/hr heat input

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Equipment or Process: Boilers or Water Heaters - Landfill or Digester Gas Fired Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
City of Turlock Water Control Facility

3.525 MMBtu/hr, digester gas-fired boiler with natural gas as supplemental fuel
8/16/96

(A/C no. N-3669-1-0

A310-721-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Natural gas as supplemental fuel

3.6 lbm/day
0.042 lbm/MMBtu
(Equivalent to 100 ppmvd at 3% oxygen)
Low-NOx burner

0.036 lbm/MMBtu
Natural gas as supplemental fuel

6.4 lbm/day
   
North of the River Sanitary District No. 1 Sewage Treatment Plant

1.5 MMBtu/hr boiler fired on digester gas with propane backup fuel
5/26/92

(A/C no. 0175006)

A310-553-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
No less than 0.3 seconds retention time at no less than 1600 degrees F

0.32 lbm/day
Low NOx burner and oxygen controller; or flue-gas recirculation

6 lbm/day
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 17.5 Boilers or Water Heaters - Landfill or Digester Gas Fired

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Equipment or Process: Boilers - Municipal Refuse Fired Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Tri-Cities Resource Recovery

Waste to energy, MSW
12/3/85

(A/C no. 29795)

A320-113-86

District Contact:
B. Bateman
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Combustion modification

50 ppmv at 12% CO2
Flue gas recirculation, combustion modification

200 ppmv at 12% CO2
Dry scrubber

30 ppmv at 12% CO2
Combustion modification

100 ppmv at 12% CO2
Dry scrubber, baghouse

0.01 gr/dscf
Superior Farming Co.

Four 100 MMbtu/hr combustion cell boiler burning almond orchard prunings producing steam for steam turbine
2/25/85

(A/C # 3032006A)

A310-68-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern County APCD
(Now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
Flue gas recirculation

0.0656 lb/MMbtu
Low excess air, staged combustion, flue gas recirculation

0.165 lb/MMBtu
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 17.8 Boilers - Municipal Refuse Fired

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Equipment or Process: Boilers - Wood Fired Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
SAI Energy, Inc.

Biomass electrical generation using 245 MMBtu/hr woodwaste-fired fluidized bed combustion boiler producing 18.5 MW
12/23/94

(A/C no. 7483)

A310-633-95

District Contact:
Jerry Steele
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 647-9411  
  Ammonia injection and natural gas fuel supplement

135 lbm/day
5.63 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to 0.023 lbm/MMBtu)
Dolomite fuel supplement; hydrated lime flue-gas desulfurization

148.8 lbm/day
6.21 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to 0.025 lbm/MMBtu or 13.8 ppmvd at 3% oxygen)
   
Soledad Energy, Ltd. Partnership

216 MMBtu/hr fluidized bed combustion boiler fired with pelletized wood waste and producing 18.3 MW
9/30/88

(A/C no. 4625)

A310-300-88

District Contact:
David Craft
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
No control

0.027 lbm/MMBtu
0.312 lbm/MW-hr
5.8 lbm/hr
139.9 lbm/day
Ammonia injection

0.063 lbm/MMBtu
0.73 lbm/MW-hr
13.6 lbm/hr
326.6 lbm/day
Limestone injection

0.027 lbm/MMBtu
0.322 lbm/MW-hr
5.9 lbm/hr
141.6 lbm/day
No control

0.038 lbm/MMBtu
0.448 lbm/MW-hr
8.2 lbm/hr
197.0 lbm/day
Multiclone and baghouse

0.029 lbm/MMBtu
0.339 lbm/MW-hr
6.2 lbm/hr
147.4 lbm/day
Western Forest Power

230 MMBtu/hr wood waste-fired fluidized bed combustion boiler producing 18.25 MW
7/19/88

(A/C no. 4251)

A310-299-88

District Contact:
David Craft
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
No control

0.027 lbm/MMBtu
0.34 lbm/MW-hr
6.21 lbm/hr
149 lbm/day
Ammonia injection

0.094 lbm/MMBtu
1.18 lbm/MW-hr
21.62 lbm/hr
467 lbm/day
Limestone injection

0.027 lbm/MMBtu
0.34 lbm/MW-hr
6.21 lbm/hr
149 lbm/day
No control

0.15 lbm/MMBtu
1.89 lbm/MW-hr
34.5 lbm/hr
550 lbm/day
Multiclone & ESP

0.018 lbm/MMBtu
0.222 lbm/MW-hr
4.06 lbm/hr
97 lbm/day
Wheelabrator Delano

400 MMBtu/hr circulation fluidized bed boiler fired on wood
5/27/88

(A/C no. 3107007)

A320-283-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern County APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Thermal DeNOx

0.08 lbm/MMBtu
31.98 lbm/hr
Limestone injection

90% control eff.
0.0347 lbm/MMBtu
13.88 lbm/hr
  Multiclone assembly followed by a fabric collector

0.044 lbm/MMBtu
17.74 lbm/hr particulate matter
0.010 gr/dscf of condensable particulate matter
Louisiana Pacific

127 MMBtu/hr Wellons four-celled wood-fired steam generator producing 90,000 lbm/hr steam
11/6/87

(A/C no. LPO-87-08-AC)

A310-257-87

District Contact:
Jim Wagoner
Butte Co. APCD
(916) 891-2882  
Combustion controls

0.126 lbm/MMBtu
Combustion controls

0.18 lbm/MMBtu
  Combustion controls

0.173 lbm/MMBtu
Multiclone and electrostatic precipitator

0.010 gr/dscf at 12% CO2
Dinuba Energy, Inc.

198 MMBtu/hr wood waste boiler with a traveling-grate fuel stoker producing 13.5 MW and 125,000 lbm/hr steam (cogeneration)
3/16/87

(A/C no. 3592)

A310-235-87

District Contact:
Dave Fishel
Tulare Co. APCD (now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-6000  
  Low excess air and thermal de-NOx

0.11 lbm/MMBtu
22.2 lbm/hr
    Electrostatic precipitator with multiclone pre-cleaner

0.016 gr/dscf at 12% CO2 6.4 lbm/hr
Ultrapower-Placer

356.8 MMBtu/hr atm. press. circulating fluidized bed combustion boiler producing 25 MW fired on wood waste
1/2/87

(A/C no. 85-14)

A310-168-87

District Contact:
Todd Nishimura
Placer Co. APCD
(916) 889-7130  
  Boiler design

56 lbm/hr
(equiv. to 0.157 lbm/MMBtu)
    Electrostatic precipitator

0.020 gr/dscf at 12% CO2
Fairhaven Power Co.

309 MMBtu/hr boiler fired on woodwaste producing 18 MW
1/10/85

(A/C no. HS-072)

A310-160-87

District Contact:
Wayne Morgan
North Coast Unified APCD
(707) 443-3091  
  High-pressure overfire air system

0.20 lbm/MMBtu
  High-pressure overfire air system

0.40 lbm/MMBtu
Multiclones and electrostatic precipitator

0.04 lbm/MMBtu
98% control efficiency
Auberry Energy

7.5 MW wood-fired fluidized bed combustor (cogeneration)
4/2/85

(A/C no. 3060020101 thru 3060020106)

A310-151-86

District Contact:
Martin Keast Fresno Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-6000  
  Fluidized bed combustion

0.14 lbm/MMBtu
    Multiclone and ESP

0.010 gr/dscf at 12% CO2
Imitek, Inc.

162.2 MMBtu/hr Zurn almond hulls-fired boiler producing steam for process and electrical production
9/1/83

(A/C # 6889)

A320-026-83

District Contact:
Robert Knight
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 874-4800  
  Staged Combustion

130 ppmv @ 3% O2
    Flex clean baghouse

0.02 gr/dscf including condensibles from Method 5
Louisiana-Pacific Boiler

Babcock & Wilcox 4.77 MMBtu/hr waste wood-fired boiler
10/23/80

(A/C # 27440)

A310-005-80

District Contact:
Lew Potter
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
        Zurn multiple cyclone, MTSA-240-11.5 & a United McGill electrostatic precipitator, 4-350-2

99.7% control efficiency
0.017 gr/scf
17 lb/hr
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 17.9 Boilers - Wood Fired

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Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Simpson Paper Co.

Modification of a 60 MMBtu/hr auxiliary boiler to burn residual oil
2/24/88

(A/C no 86-176)

A310-270-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
    0.5% sulfur content

250 lbm/day
   
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 17.10 Boilers - Oil Fired

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Equipment or Process: Boilers - Coal Fired Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
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VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
GWF Power Systems

202 MMBtu/hr circulating fluidized bed combustor producing 19 MW and fired on petroleum coke, bituminous coal, or distillate fuel oil
2/11/88

(A/C nos. 31130, thru 31133, and 30686)

A310-278-88

District Contract:
Sandra Lopez
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Ammonia injection

50 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
0.074 lbm/MMBtu
360 lbm/day
Sorbent injection system & 0.05% S content for fuel oil

54 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
0.109 lbm/MMBtu
528 lbm/day
  Baghouse

0.005 gr/dscf
Pyropower Corp.

49.9 MW coal-fired circulating fluidized bed combustion cogeneration unit
12/1/86

(A/C no. 4149001A)

A310-158-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Staged combustion, low temperature bed, & ammonia injection

0.092 lbm/MMBtu
58.6 lbm/hr
(equiv. to approx. 53% control)
Limestone injection at
0.07 lbm limestone/lbm coal

0.039 lbm/MMBtu
25 lbm/hr
(equiv. to approx. 96.2% control)
  Fabric collector w/3.8:1 air to cloth ratio

0.00473 gr/acf
7.92 lbm/hr
(equiv. to approx. 99.9% control)
BMCP (Thomas Oil)

Coal-fired 212 MMBtu/hr circulating fluidized boiler (cogeneration)
6/20/86

(A/C no. 4160001 through 4160004)

A310-138-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD (now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
Oxygen monitor, modern combustion control

0.039 lbm/MMBtu
Low temperature staged combustion, ammonia injection at 0.0018 lbm NH3: lbm coal burned

0.039 lbm/MMBtu
80% control
Limestone injection at 0.04 lbm/lbm coal burned

0.039 lbm/MMBtu
96% control
  Baghouse

0.0156 gr/dscf (>99%)
Cogeneration National Corporation

Two 279.6 MMBtu/hr circulating fluidized bed combustion boilers fired on coal and producing 49.2 MWe gross
12/13/85

(A/C no. 84-190)

A310-116-86

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Thermal De-NOx

30 ppmv at 3% oxygen
Limestone injection

95% eff.
Combustion modification

No limit
Baghouse

0.008 gr/dscf at 12% oxygen
Corn Products

620 MMBtu/hr circulating fluidized bed combustion boiler fired on low-sulfur coal or coke and producing 54.2 MWe gross
10/29/85

(A/C no. 84-190)

A310-115-86

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Thermal De-NOx

30 ppm at 3% oxygen
Limestone injection

1421 lbm/day (Approximately 90-95% emission control)
Combustion modification

No limit
Baghouse

0.008 gr/dscf at 12% O2
Rio Bravo Refining Co.

37.5 MW coal-fired circulating bed combustor, cogeneration unit (boiler, steam turbine)
2/28/85

(A/C # 4141003)

A310-069-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern County APCD
(Now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Circulating fluidized bed combustion

0.20 lb/MMbtu
  No control

0.27 lb/MMBtu
 
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 17.11 Boilers - Coal Fired

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Equipment or Process: Boilers - Biomass Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Thermal Energy Development Corp.

Babcock and Wilcox controlled combustion zone boiler fired on agricultural waste and producing 20.5 MW of electricity
12/11/87

(A/C no. 87-25)

A310-266-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Effective combustion

0.049 lbm/MMBtu
307 lbm/day
Combustion air regulation and thermal de-NOx

0.105 lbm/MMBtu
75% control efficiency
Limestone injection and fuel mix controls

381 lbm/yr
50% control efficient
Effective combustion

0.210 lbm/MMBtu
1310.6 lbm/day
ESP and wet dust suppression on fuel handling

0.015 gr/dscf at 12% CO2 251 lbm/day
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 17.12 Boilers - Biomass

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Equipment or Process: Brass Melting Furnaces - Crucible Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Larmar Tool and Die Casting

1000 lbm Pyro Systems crucible furnace with a 1.2 MMBtu/hr, natural gas-fired burner
7/11/96

(A/C no. N-3412-1-0)

A380-719-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Natural gas firing

2.9 lbm/day
    Clean charge material

6.9 lbm/day
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 19 Brass Melting Furnaces - Crucible

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Equipment or Process: Bulk Cement - Ship Unloading Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Wilmington Liquid Bulk Terminals

Bulk cement unloading from ships to 50,000 ton-capacity storage warehouse using pneumatic unloading system; limited to 10,000 tons/day
1/29/91

(App. no. 221892)

A390-530-92

District Contact:
Kevin Eshraghi
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2604
keshraghi@aqmd.gov
        Fuller baghouse

No limit
Marine Terminals Corporation

Cement ship-unloading system handling 15,000 tons/day
Unit under variance

(A/C no.)

A430-408-90

District Contact:
Richard Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Enclosure with canvas cover vented to baghouse (this requirement resulted from a variance action and is an experimental control, but may become BACT depending on performance; normal BACT is self-unloading ships)

No limit
(99.9% control)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 24 Bulk Cement - Ship Unloading

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Equipment or Process: Bulk Material - Ship Loading (Non-White Commodities) Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Metropolitan Stevedore Co.

Electric, ship-loading, belt conveyors able to process a total of 2,000 metric tons/hr of various materials, including coal, petroleum coke, soda ash, potash, etc.
11/4/88

(App. no. 163994)

A390-412-90

District Contact:
Manny Quizon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2639
mquizon@aqmd.gov
        Water suppression, baghouse, and enclosed belt conveyors (water suppression not used on unwettable materials such as soda ash)

No limit
(Total expected emission level of 29 lbm/day)
Metropolitan Stevedore Co.

Electric, ship-loading, belt conveyors able to process a total of 4,000 metric tons/hr of various materials, including coal, petroleum coke, soda ash, potash, etc.
11/4/88

(App. no. 163993)

A390-411-90

District Contact:
Manny Quizon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2639
mquizon@aqmd.gov
        Water suppression, baghouse, and enclosed belt conveyors (water suppression not used on unwettable materials such as soda ash)

No limit
(Total expected emission level of 100 lbm/day)
Metropolitan Stevedore Co.

Electric, ship-loading, belt conveyors able to process a total of 3,000 metric tons/hr of various materials, including coal, petroleum coke, soda ash, potash, etc.
11/4/88

(App. no. 163992)

A390-410-90

District Contact:
Manny Quizon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2639
mquizon@aqmd.gov
        Water suppression, baghouse, and enclosed belt conveyors (water suppression not used on unwettable materials such as soda ash)

No limit
(Total expected emission level of 73 lbm/day)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 25 Bulk Material - Ship Loading (Non-White Commodities)

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Equipment or Process: Bulk Material - Ship Loading (White Commodities) Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Wilmington Liquid Bulk Terminals

Cement conveying and loading system
1/12/87

(App. no. 146891)

A390-199-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

0.004 gr/dscf
99.9% control
(estimated control and emission levels)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 26 Bulk Material - Ship Loading (White Commodities)

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Equipment or Process: Bulk Solid Material Storage - White Commodities Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
James Hardie Bldg. Products, Inc.

300-ton cement storage silo
7/17/89

(App. no. 206422)

A390-404-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Filter vent

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 3 lbm/day)
Eagle Roofing Prods.

Cement receiving and storage system with 3651 cu. ft. capacity
4/11/89

(App. no. 184593)

A390-390-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 0.068 lbm/day)
Beadex Mfg. Co.

Calcium carbonate storage silos
9/18/89

(App. no. 183480 and 183481)

A430-367-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Filter vents

No limit
Beadex Mfg. Co.

Calcium carbonate storage silos
9/18/89

(App. no. 183480 and 183481)

A430-366-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Filter vents

No limit
BJ-Titan Services Co.

Cement storage and pneumatic mixers
12/4/89

(A/C no. 210193, 210194, and 210195)

A390-355-90

District Contact:
Richard Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Custom baghouse and Metroplex dust collector

No limit
BJ-Titan Services Co.

Cement storage and pneumatic mixer
1/25/90

(App. no. 214080 and 214081)

A390-348-90

District Contact:
Richard Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
Wheelabrator Delano Energy Co.

Bulk sand receiving and storage operation
5/27/88

(A/C no. 3107005)

A430-288-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
        Bin vent filter

0.010 gr/dscf
0.52 lbm/hr
Wheelabrator Delano Energy Co.

Limestone receiving and storage operation
5/27/88

(App. no. 3107004)

A430-287-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
        Bin vent filter
0.010 gr/dscf
0.31 lbm/hr
Herzog Contracting

1470 cu. ft. cement storage silo with 364 tons/day throughput limit
9/1/87

(App. no. 159186)

A390-246-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected emissions of 11 lbm/day)
Greene's Ready-Mixed Concrete Corp.

1000-barrel cement storage silo
7/17/87

(App. no. 143032)

A390-244-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected emissions of 2.2 lbm/day)
Greene's Ready-Mixed Concrete Corp.

4100-cu. ft. cement guppy silo
7/17/87

(App. no. 145807)

A390-242-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected emissions of 2.2 lbm/day)
Coffman Construction

600-barrel cement silo
10/5/87

(App. no. 160832)

A390-239-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected emissions of 5.4 lbm/day)
Tutor Saliba Corp.

Cement storage silos
(3940 cu. ft. capacity)
7/7/87

(App. no. 158127)

A390-228-87

District Contact:
Danny Luong
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2622
dloung@aqmd.gov
        Filtered silo vent

99% control
9.7 lbm/day total
Wilmington Liquid Bulk Terminals

Bulk cement receiving loading system
1/12/87

(App. no. 146887)

A390-200-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated control and emission levels of 99.9% control and 0.002 gr/dscf)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 29 Bulk Solid Material Storage - White Commodities

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Equipment or Process: Calciner Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Celite Corporation

Diatomaceous earth calciner
12/5/97

(A/C no. 9757)

A430-814-97

District Contact:
Donna Lewis
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8877  
    Gas absorption tower (aka. scrubber). Packed-bed counter-current design using caustic as the solvent.

98% mass removal efficiency
   
National Cement Company
(Kiln modernization project)

340 MMBtu/hr kiln with pre-calciner for cement manufacturing process
9/5/95

(A/C no. 1128004L)

A390-638-95

District Contact:
William Lund
Kern County APCD
(805) 861-2593  
  Pre-calciner addition to modified (shortened) kiln lowering temperating and residence time inside kiln

3.4 lbm/ton of clinker
375 lbm/hr
     
Lone Star Industries

Suspension preheater with precalciner and rotary kiln
7/29/86

(A/C no. 723-1)

A390-145-86

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Oxygen control on combustion air to precalciner

250 lbm/hr
Alkaline slurry injection system

250 lbm/hr
   
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 33 Calciner

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Equipment or Process: Catalyst Regeneration - Fluidized Catalyst Cracking Unit Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Chevron FCC Precipitator

61000 bpd fluid catalytic cracking unit
10/6/81

(A/C # 27803)

A350-009-82

District Contact:
John Swanson
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Two parallel electrostatic precipitator units

10 lb/hr
94% control efficiency
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 38 Catalyst Regeneration - Fluidized Catalyst Cracking Unit

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Equipment or Process: Chrome Plating - Hard Chrome Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
King Industrial Hard Chrome

Hard chrome plating operation with chrome plating tank operating at a maximum amperage of 3000 amps
6/30/95

(A/C no. C-2494-1-0)

A380-651-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        (T-Bact determination for PM10 in the form of hexachrome) Merlin sealed and enclosed tank cover with 0.1 micron Teflon vent filter

0.007 mg/amp-hr
(Equivalent to 99% control efficiency)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 43.2 Chrome Plating - Hard Chrome

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Equipment or Process: Circuit Board Etcher - Conveyorized Spray Type, Subtractive Process Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Siliconix, Inc.

Photoresist applicators
2/18/93

(App. no. 9321)

A410-627-94

District Contact:
Karen Dzienkowski
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-5141  
Munters Zeol model IZS-D1900-TH abatement system with two zeolite rotor concentration in series followed by 500,000 Btu/hr thermal oxidizer

No limit
(Control level equivalent to 98.5% destruction)
       
Synthane-Taylor Corp.

Waldron wet coating and curing line for circuit board manufacturing, including coater and oven
7/18/89

(App. no. 192389 and 192390)

A430-425-90

District Contact:
Bill Gobrial
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2573
bgobrial@aqmd.gov
Afterburner

93% control
       
Rockwell Intl.

Semiconductor manufacturing photographic station consisting of 8 GCA Wafertrac 1006 photoresist machines
Unknown

(App. no. 172065)

A410-420-90

District Contact:
Knut Beruldsen
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2605
kberuldsen@aqmd.gov
14 disposable carbon canisters, each with 200 lbm carbon

No limit
(assumed control efficiency of 90%)
       
Rockwell Intl.

Positive-resist arsenic gallium semiconductor manufacturing line with 12,500 wafers/hr
3/22/85

(A/C no. 1291)

A410-103-86

District Contact:
Stan Cowen
Ventura Co. APCD
(805) 654-2458  
Packed water scrubber to control acid gas emissions and oil mist

0.11 lbm/hr
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 44.2 Circuit Board Etcher - Conveyorized Spray Type, Subtractive Process

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Equipment or Process: Coffee Roasting Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
International Coffe and Tea

Probat RN1000 direct fired coffe roaster (2200 lbm/hr coffee) equipped with a cooler and destuner with throughput rating of 6,864,000 pounds of coffee per year and a fuel limit of 69.25 mmscf/yr.
2/23/98

(A/C no. 1109-100)

A370-842-98

District Contact:
Kerby Zozula
Ventura County APCD
(805) 645-1421
Kerby@vcapcd.org
6 MMBtu/hr thermal oxidizer (afterburner) with minimum operating temp. of 1400 F and residence time of 0.3 sec.

No limit
(Assumed 90+ % control efficiency)
      6 MMBtu/hr thermal oxidizer (afterburner) with minimum operating temp. of 1400 F and residence time of 0.3 sec.

No limit
(Assumed 90+ % control efficiency)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 47 Coffee Roasting

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Equipment or Process: Compressors Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
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VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Torch Operating Company
Nuevo - Platform 'B"

Rotary sliding-vane type gas compressor driven by rotating shaft into 1740 scfm compressor and used to move gas from oilfield to onshore processing facility
9/4/94
(P/O no. 9111)

A350-844-98

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
A-C Compressor Company Double Bellows-type Mechanical Sealing System with barrier fluid pressurized to 10 psig for rotary sliding-vane type gas compressor

100 ppmv THC as methane per Method 21
       
Mobil Exploration and Producing U.S., Inc.
Lost Hills Two Lease Compressor Station

280 bhp Ajax model no. DPC 280 lean-burn, natural gas-fired IC engine dring compressor unit and having LPG backup fuel
7/2/96

(A/C no. S-1512-458-0)

A330-724-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District
(559) 230-5909  
Air/fuel ratio controller and Ajax CleanBurn Combustion Technology with weekly monitoring

1.5 g/bhp-hr
22.32 lbm/day
Air/fuel ratio controller and Ajax CleanBurn Combustion Technology

1.5 g/bhp-hr
22.32 lbm/day
    Natural gas/LPG firing, air/fuel ratio controller, and Ajax CleanBurn Combustion Technology

0.18 g/bhp-hr
2.19 lbm/day
Exxon
(Platform Heritage

18.75 MMscfd gas compressor skid unit
12/18/96

(A/C no. 9634)

A350-715-96

District Contact:
Ray McCaffrey
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8826  
Flanges w/ graphitic gaskets rated at 150% of actual process temp. and pres.; seals and relief valves routed to vapor recovery system or flare; repair timelines; fugitive I&M program

100 ppm;
100% control for relief valves and compressor seals
       
Exxon
(Platform Harmony)

18.75 MMscfd gas compressor skid unit
12/18/96

(A/C no. 9640)

A350-714-96

District Contact:
Ray McCaffrey
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8826  
Flanges w/ graphitic gaskets rated at 150% of actual process temp. and pres.; seals and relief valves routed to vapor recovery system or flare; repair timelines; fugitive I&M program

100 ppm;
100% control for relief valves and compressor seals
       
Texaco Exploration and Production, Inc.

15 hp Ingersoll-Rand type 30 gas compressor for fixed roof storage tank vapor recovery system
6/2/92

(A/C no. 4003956A)

A330-548-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Crankcase breather vented to compressor suction inlet with vacuum gauge

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99%)
       
Kern Oil Refining Company (Refining Waste Gas Recovery)

720,000 scf/day vapor compressor, values, and flanges
3/19/84

(A/C # 2018008A, 2018046A, 2018012B, and 2018062)

A350-038-84

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
Inspection of maintenance to minimize fugtive emissions

65% control efficiency
       
TOSCO H2 Plant Compressors

Three 3500 hp each Worthington compressor seals
9/17/82

(A/C # 28790)

A350-018-82

District Contact:
Jim Karas
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
TOSCO mechanical seals vented to a flare

No limit
       
Cheveron USA Lube Oil Project

Nine 20 to 1000 hp VOC gas compressors
4/8/82

(A/C # 27797)

A350-011-82

District Contact:
Ellen Linder
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Mechanical seals vented to a flare or vapor recovery system

99% control efficiency
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 48.B Compressors

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Equipment or Process: Concrete Batch Plant - Central Mixed Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Less than 5 Cubic Yard/Batch Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Concrete, Inc.

Concrete batch plant, including aggregate conveying system, cement conveying system, concrete batching , and loadout operation
9/27/96

(A/C no. N-1038-4-1)

A390-739-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Enclosed weigh hoppers, screw conveyors, and concrete batcher; discharge chute to a truck loading station served by a flexible shroud which seals to truck along with water sprinkler system

0.0252 lb/cu. yard
Robertson's Ready Mix, Inc.

Concrete batch plant producing 2000 cubic yards/day
4/30/89

(App. no. 180623)

A390-419-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected emission level of 20 lbm/day)
Robertson's Ready Mix, Inc.

Concrete batch plant producing 1000 cubic yards/day
5/5/89

(App. no. 180621)

A390-418-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected emission level of 10 lbm/day)
Downey Transit Mix, Inc.

130 cubic yard/hr concrete batch plant using electric power
6/27/89

(App. no. 180913)

A390-385-90

District Contact:
Fred Minassian
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2641
fminassian@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 45 lbm/day)
C. L. Pharris Ready Mix

3000 cubic yard/day concrete batch plants
4/21/89

(App. no. 185295, 185298, 185301, and 185302)

A390-371-90 through A390-374-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emission rate of 30 lbm/day)
Bonanza Concrete Co.

Addition of screw conveyor
10/3/89

(App. no. 203600)

A390-370-90

District Contact:
Richard Harylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
Ball, Ball, & Brosamer, Inc.

6,202 ton/day concrete batch plant, aggregate and sand receiving, stacking, and cement guppy
8/25/89

(App. no. 195708, 195709, 195710, 195712, & 206159)

A390-365-90

District Contact:
Richard Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Water spray for aggregate handling; Baghouse for cement handling

No limit
Ball, Ball, & Brosamer, Inc.

Concrete batch plant: aggregate stacking systems and storage guppies
1/5/90

(App. nos. 200342, 200343, 200344, 200345, 200346, and 200347)

A390-354-90

District Contact:
Richard Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
Herzog Contracting

5500 tons/day concrete batch plant
9/1/87

(App. no. 159186)

A390-247-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 27.5 lbm/day)
Greene's Ready-Mixed Concrete

270 ton/hr aggregate receiving system (belt, conveyors)
7/17/87

(App. no. 143031)

A390-245-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Water suppression

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 8.1 lbm/day)
Greene's Ready-Mixed Concrete

750 cubic yard/hr concrete batch plant
7/17/87

(App. no. 144927)

A390-243-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 60.5 lbm/day)
Coffman Construction

350 cubic yard/hr concrete batch plant
10/6/87

(App. no. 160831)

A390-238-87

District Contact:
Sean Cullins
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2655
scullins@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 36 lbm/day)
Tutor Saliba Corp.

170 cubic yd/hr portable wet concrete batch plant
7/7/87

(App. no. 158065)

A390-226-87

District Contact:
Richard Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

30.9 lbm/day total:
99% control for emissions vented through baghouse
Diamond A Ranch Quarry

300 ton/hr concrete batch plant
6/2/86

(A/C no. 30724)

A390-143-86

District Contact:
Greg Stone
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
        Water spray and fabric filter

99% control
10% opacity
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 49 Concrete Batch Plant - Central Mixed

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Equipment or Process: Concrete Blocks and Forms Manufacturing Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Blocklite

Concrete masonary block manufacturing limited to 4,000 blocks laminated per day
1/21/97

(A/C no. C-132-4-0)

A390-787-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Low-VOC resins with a monomer weight content of < 26% and clear gel coats with a monomer weight content of < 45%, use of HVLP spray equipment.

57.6 lbm/day
      Enclosed lamination spray booth with exhaust filters and use of HVLP spray equipment

42.5 lbm/day
Silotec, Inc.

300 ton/day concrete plant used for silo fabrication
5/19/89

(App. no. 185873)

A390-421-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated control efficiency of 99%)
Orco Block Co.

Concrete block plant using 566 cubic yards concrete/day
5/15/89

(App. no. 186230 and 186231)

A390-415-90 and A390-416-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
Silotec, Inc.

300 ton/day concrete plant used in fabrication
5/19/89

(App. no. 185873)

A390-357-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 51 Concrete Blocks and Forms Manufacturing

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Equipment or Process: Cotton Gin Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
J.G. Boswell

600 bale/day cotton gin
12/17/91

(A/C no. 3091001E)

A370-554-92

District Contact:
John Gruber
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
        1D-3D cyclone

90% control efficiency
J.G Bosswell Company

100 bales/hr cotton gin facility
2/5/85

(A/C # 8502)

A370-071-85

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kings County APCD)
(599) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
        1D-3D cyclone collectors

0.1 gr/scf
Salyer Grain & Milling Company

800 bales/day Lummus 5-158 Saw cotton gin
7/20/83

(A/C # 8323)

A370-034-83

District Contact:

George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(599) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.com
        Lummus Industries, Inc. 1D-3D cyclones vented to dual rotary drum filtration units

17 lb/hr
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 52 Cotton Gin

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Equipment or Process: Degreaser - Cold Solvent Cleaning Tanks Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
AutoNation USA

Portable remote reservoir degreaser
12/3/97

(A/C no. N-3911-9-0)

A360-825-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Using low volatility solvents, reservoir drain cover, and a freeboard height at least 6"

2.85 gal/day
       
Diamond Perforated Metals, Incorporated

Cold cleaner degreasing operation (67 gallons), including Safety Kean Premium Solvent-California, downtime cover, high freeboard, and part drainage
6/14/95

(A/C no. S-0979-2-0)

A340-653-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Degreaser cover and use of Safety Klean Premium Solvent-California

6.8 lbm/day
       
Voltage Multipliers, Inc.

22 gallon Branson model 1620 ultrasonic cleaning tank
4/19/95

(A/C no. S-189-5-0)

A340-647-95)

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Cleaning tank with freeboard ratio greater than or equal to 1.0, solvent drainage from parts in cleaning tank, and closed lid, except when parts are added or removed

6.0 lbm/day
       
Shafter Automotive Service

Engine degreasing tank with 400 lbm solvent capacity (combustibles with less 1% weight of charge)
1/13/92

(A/C no. 70044001)

A340-502-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Afterburner

99% destruction efficiency
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 54.1 Degreaser - Cold Solvent Cleaning Tanks

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Equipment or Process: Degreaser - Solvent Spray Booths, 1,1,1 Trichloroethane Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
GSS Array Technology, Inc.

204 gallon Detrex PCBD-18B51-2ER-W conveyorized solvent cleaner (Conditioned to terminate operation 3.5 years after issuance of authority to construct)
5/19/92

(A/C no. 8312)

A340-540-92

District Contact:
Barry Young
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4721  
Secondary refrigerated freeboard chillers, freeboard tunnel extensions, metal baffles, and freeboard ratio of at least 1.0

No limit
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 54.4 Degreaser - Solvent Spray Booths, 1,1,1 Trichloroethane

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Equipment or Process: Detergent Manufacturing - Spray Dryer Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Procter & Gamble

Airlift on detergent drying tower
5/19/87

(A/C no. 8671 and 5933)

A360-216-87

District Contact:
Aleta Kennard
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6650  
        Baghouse

99.9% control efficiency
Procter & Gamble

Detergent drying tower with furnace vented into tower
5/19/87

(A/C no. 8671)

A360-215-87

District Contact:
Aleta Kennard
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6650  
Packed-bed scrubber

No limit
(Estimated control efficiency of 38%)
Combustion control

No limit
(Estimated emissions level of 120 lbm/day)
    Cyclones, packed-bed scrubber, and electrostatic precipitator

No limit
(Estimated emis- sions level of 118.9 lbm/day)
Procter & Gamble

Bins, bucket elevators, pneumatic conveyors, Rotex screen, belt conveyors, screw conveyors, and Macauber Denseveyor (synthetic detergent granules manufacturing system)
1/24/86

(App. no. 134951)

A410-176-87

District Contact:
Milt Cohen
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2508
mcohen@aqmd.gov
        Cyclone and baghouses

No limit
(Estimated control efficiency of 99.9%)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 56 Detergent Manufacturing - Spray Dryer

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Equipment or Process: Drycleaner - Perchloroethylene Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Prudential Overall Supply

Dry cleaning equipment
9/16/87

(App. no. 158386)

A340-249-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
Carbon adsorption

No limit
(Estimated emissions level of 278 lbm/day)

T-BACT for perchloroethylene
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 58.1 Drycleaner - Perchloroethylene

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Equipment or Process: Drycleaner - Petroleum Solvent Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Modesto Steam Laundry & Cleaners

Petroleum Solvent dry cleaning operation served by solvent recovery dryer
3/12/98

(A/C no. N-2032-3-0)

A340-833-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Transfer equipment with a solvent recovery dryer

25.9 lbm/day
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 58.2 Drycleaner - Petroleum Solvent

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Equipment or Process: Dryer - Rotary, Spray and Flash Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Fresno Cogeneration Partners, L.P.

Rotary-drum dryer for animal feed using 30 MMBtu/hr gas-fired heater
6/28/96

(A/C no. C-14-7-0)

A370-720-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Natural gas or LPG firing

Not given
Natural gas and/or LPG firing with low-NOx burners having internal flue-gas recirculation

30 ppmvd @ 3% oxygen
(Equivalent to 0.036 lbm/MMBtu)
    Natural-gas or LPG firing

Not given
California Milk Producers

CE Rogers VRS 13000 vertical spray milk dryer and sifter
8/31/95

(A/C no. S-1346-4-1)

A370-666-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Maxon low-NOx burner

0.065 lbm/MMBtu
    CE Rogers baghouses for both dryer and sifter

0.344 lbm/ton powder
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 60.1 Dryer - Rotary, Spray and Flash

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Equipment or Process: Dryer - Tray, Agitated Pan and Rotary Vacuum Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Concord Fabrics

4 MMBtu/hr fabric-drying equipment and pin tenter
12/29/86

(App. no. 150956 and 150957)

A410-217-87 and A410-218-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Electrostatic precipitator

90% control
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 60.2 Dryer - Tray, Agitated Pan and Rotary Vacuum

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Equipment or Process: Ethylene Oxide Sterilization/Aeration Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Medical Design Concepts

2500 and 1350 cubic foot ethylene oxide sterilizers
7/14/93

(App. no. 282914)

A410-606-94

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 420-7025
rolivares@aqmd.gov
Catalytic oxidizer

30 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 99.9% control efficiency)
       
Griffith Micro Science, Inc.

Ethylene oxide sterilization system with one retort
2/14/93

(App. no. 254578)

A370-586-93

District Contact:
Susan Tsai
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2529
stasi@aqmd.gov
Chemrox chemical scrubber and Donaldson catalytic abator

99.9% control efficiency
       
Griffith Micro Science, Inc.

Eight steam-heated sterilization retorts
8/10/89

(App. no. 183436)

A430-397-90

District Contact:
Susan Tsai
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2529
stasi@aqmd.gov
Packed absorption tower

99.9% control efficiency
       
Microbiotrol, Inc.

Ethylene oxide sterilization chamber, aeration chamber
1/20/87

(App. no. 146240)

A430-179-87

District Contact:
Kathy Gee
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2515
kgee@aqmd.gov
Acid catalyst and scrubber

No limit
(Estimated control efficiency of 99.9%)
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 63 Ethylene Oxide Sterilization/Aeration

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Equipment or Process: Expanded Polystyrene Mfg., Using ROGs as Blowing Agent Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Styrotek, Inc.
Expandable polystyrene molding operation
Expandable polystyrene molding operating including 30 molding machines
7/8/96

(A/C no. S-1075-6-3)

A340-757-97

District Contact
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Whitehorse Technologies boiler oxidation steam system (BOSS), i.e., boiler/thermal oxidizer; pentane conent of polystyrene beads limited to 5% by wt.

99% destruction efficiency for pentane
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 64 Expanded Polystyrene Mfg., Using ROGs as Blowing Agent

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Equipment or Process: Feed and Grain Handling Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Simon Newman, Inc.

Truck loadout for grain with a maximum throughput rating of 3000 tons/day
3/12/98

(A/C no. N-2332-33-0)

A370-832-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Enclosed loadout area vented to a baghouse

0.00163 lbm/ton
Simon Newman, Inc.

Receiving pits (dry process) with a maximum throughput rating of 1800 tons/day
3/12/98

(A/C no. N-2332-21-0)

A370-831-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Receiving pit vented through to a baghouse

0.00606 lbm/ton
Simon Newman, Inc.

Grain cooler for steam soften grain rolling or pelletizing operations with a maximum throughput rating of 240 tons/day
3/12/98

(A/C no. N-2332-29-0)

A370-830-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Enclosed conveyors, grain cooler vented to a 1D-3D or equivalent cyclones

0.035 lbm/ton
Bernard A. Wever Trucking

Grain and feed products transfer operation served by a transportable auger limited to 330 tons/day throughput
9/17/97

(A/C no. N-3865-1-0)

A370-781-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Railcar choke feeding and enclosed auger

14.9 lbm/day
Honeyville Grain, Inc.

Grain (corn) receiving and 11 storage silos
7/23/90

(App. no. 186463)

A370-454-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated control efficiency of 99.9%)
Honeyville Grain, Inc.

Grain cleaning and loadout limited to processing 160 tons/day
5/26/89

(App. no. 186464)

A370-400-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
Honeyville Grain, Inc.

Grain receiving and storage limited to 90 tons/day throughput; storage includes four 76,000 gal silos, two 103,000 gal silos; and one 60,000 gal silo
5/26/89

(App. no. 186463)

A370-399-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
Honeyville Grain, Inc.

Grain (corn) cleaner limited to 900,000 lbm/day throughput
5/26/89

(App. no. 186462)

A370-398-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
Cargill, Inc.

Feed processing and storage with 235 tons/day processing capacity
6/26/89

(App. no. 186273)

A370-381-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 3.11 lbm/day)
Cargill, Inc.

Flour sacking, feed loadout, grain processing
6/26/89

(App. no. 186263)

A370-376-90 through A370-380-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouses

No limit
L.A. Harbor Grain Terminal

110 hp bulk container loading system
5/28/87

(App. no. 153950)

A420-255-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emission levels of 0.0725 gr/dscf and 1.6 lbm/day)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 67 Feed and Grain Handling

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Equipment or Process: Fiberglass Fabrication - Hand and Spray Layup Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Sanger Boats, Inc.

Fiberglass boat manufacturing using 1099 lbm resin/day
3/21/96

(A/C no. C-1074-1-1

A410-686-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Low VOC resin (35% by wt.), airless spray gun and hand layup combination, and non-VOC cleanup solvent

29. lbm/day
       
Bullet Fiberglass

Polyester resin application for boat repair (speciality fiberglass used in boat repair)
6/30/95

(A/C no. C-2498-2-0)

A340-646-95

District Contact:

George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Low VOC resin and gel coat (monomer content less than 35% by weight for clear gel coat resin and 50% by weight for polyester resin)

12.7 lbm/day
       
General Electric Aircraft Engines

Labconco vapor hoods for fiberglass mixing and layup operations
10/22/91

(A/C no. 0012022)

A410-503-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern County APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Use of process controls which allow only low VOC resins and compliance with South Coast AQMD 1162 process controls

17 lbm/day
       
Homac Mfg. Co.

Mixing and molding glass-fiber reinforced plastic-polymer concrete boxes
2/11/88

(A/C no. 8711)

A410-274-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
Kings Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-5909  
Vapor-supressed resins and airless air-assisted spray guns

250 lbm/day
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 69 Fiberglass Fabrication - Hand and Spray Layup

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Equipment or Process: Fiberglass Fabrication - Pultrusion Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Flowind Corporation

Fiberglass Fabrication with CPE Pultrusion Machine with resin injection and enclosed resin transfer and feed system.
11/28/94

(A/C no. 0397003)

A410-631-94

Disitrict Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern County APCD
(805)861-2593  
Resin injection with no open resin baths. Enclosed resin transfer. Styrene content limit of 36%

1.95 lbm/hr
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 71 Fiberglass Fabrication - Pultrusion

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Equipment or Process: Flanges - Blind Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Lone Star Gas Liquids Processing, Inc.

Valves, flanges, and connectors at chemical plants
12/13/95

(A/C no. S-71-1-3 & S-71-4-4)

A350-703-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Inspection and maintenance program pursuant to SJVUAPCD Rule 4451

100 ppmv at leaks
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 78 Flanges - Blind

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Equipment or Process: Flanges - Other Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Chevron USA
Point Arguello Company
Gaviota Oil and Gas Facility

Miscellaneous project equipment, mainly components (flanges, valves, seals, and fittings)
9/6/91

(A/C no. 5704-4)

A350-482-91

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8874  
Inspection and maintenance program (designed to be more stringent than that required by 40 CFR 60, Subparts KKK and VV)

500 ppmv for leaks
(Estimated 80% for the oil and gas plant
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 79 Flanges - Other

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Equipment or Process: Flares - Digester Gas or Landfill Gas from Non-Hazardous Waste Landfill Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Minnesota Methane Tajiguas Corporation

43.68 MMBtu/hr LPG Specialties model no. ERA 940I8 standby flare for a landfill gas to energy production project
1/9/98

(A/C no. 9788)

A310-845-98

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
Flare equipped with temperature control to regulate its combustion air intake. Setpoint for temperature is 1600 F at a minimum residence time of 1.25 secounds

50.3 lbm/day
Intrinsic Flare burner design

0.060 lbm/MMBtu or 44 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
    Fuel pretreatment system to remove gas condensate and filter gas particulates prior to flaring gas in the standby flare. Burner design minimize PM10 formation

0.008 lbm/MMBtu
8.4 lbm/day
Biorecyling Technologies, Inc.

10.9 MMBtu/hr flare assembly with biogas fuel only (60% methane/40% CO, 546 Btu/scf) with a natural gas pilot light and a throughput rating of 22,780 scf/hr @ 546 Btu/scf and limit of 300 cubic ft/hr
1/20/98

(A/C no. C-3100-3-0)

A310-823-98)

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Firing on biogas fuel

0.03 lbm/MMBtu
Firing on biogas fuel

0.06 lbm/MMBtu
    Firing on biogas fuel

0.03 lbm/MMBtu
City of Stockton Municipal Utilities Dept.
Regional Waste Water Control Facility

36 MMBtu/hr John Zink model ZTOF digester gas-fired flare
11/22/96

(A/C no. N-811-18-0

A310-722-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Control integral to design of flare

25.9 lbm/day
Control integral to design of flare

0.06 lbm/MMBtu
51.8 lbm/day
LPG- or natural gas-fired pilot

241.9 lbm/day
Control integral to the design of flare

259.2 lbm/day
Control integral to the design of flare

17.3 lbm/day
North of the River Sanitary District No. 1 Sewage Treatment Plant

5.4 MMBtu/hr digester gas flare
5/26/92

(A/C no. 0175007)

A310-552-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD

(805) 862-5200  
Shrouded and ground mounted; at least 0.6 sec retention time; auto combustion air control; auto shut off and reignition

0.05 lbm/hr
Combustion practice to 0.06 lbm/MMBtu

0.06 lbm/MMBtu
0.32 lbm/hr
  Shrouded and ground mounted; at least 0.6 sec retention time; auto combustion air control

0.18 lbm/hr
 
Monterey Landfill Gas Corporation

Landfill gas collection system controlled with 30 MMBtu/hr flare fired on gas with propane pilot fuel
2/15/91

(A/C no. 5571)

A310-476-91

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 647-9411  
McGill enclosed flare with 78 inch outside diameter and 35 foot height

98% control efficiency
(Estimated emissions of 20 lbm/day)
McGill enclosed flare with 78 inch outside diameter and 35 foot height

0.06 lbm/MMBtu
(Equivalent to 43 lbm/day)
  McGill enclosed flare with 78 inch outside diameter and 35 foot height

0.40 lbm/MMBtu
(Equivalent to 288 lbm/day)
 
Browning-Ferris Industries of California

Landfill gas collection system with 54 MMBtu/hr flare
2/22/91

(A/C no. 3070010101)

A310-474-91

District Contact:
Martin Keast
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(209)497-1000  
  McGill Flare

1.60 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to 0.06 lbm/MMBtu)
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 80 Flares - Digester Gas or Landfill Gas from Non-Hazardous Waste Landfill

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Equipment or Process: Flares - Landfill Gas from Hazardous Waste Landfill Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Stanislaus County
Geer Road Landfill

24 MMBtu/hr John Zink Model ZTOF landfill gas flare
10/3/95

(A/C no. N-3104-2-0)

A310-676-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  No control

0.05 lbm/MMBtu
No control

0.04 lbm/MMBtu
  No control

0.1 lbm/MMBtu
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 81 Flares - Landfill Gas from Hazardous Waste Landfill

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Equipment or Process: Flares - Refinery Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
California Department of Corrections, Corcoran II Facility

(1) standby LPG fuel supply system, (3) 30,000 gal storage tanks, vaporizer, air blender and a flare that operates during natural gas interruptions or calibration
3/7/97

(A/C no. C-214-22-0)

A350-805-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No Control

13.16 lbm/1,000 gal
       
Fortune Petroleum Co.

4.395 MMBtu/hr produced gas flare
5/29/92

(A/C no. 4278001)

A350-550-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Burner management

No limit
Burner management

No limit
Low sulfur gas of less than 0.2 gr/100 dscf

No limit
Burner management

No limit
Smokeless combustion using air assist

No limit
Union Oil Co.
(Lompoc Dehydration)

Flare limited to a maximum purge and pilot gas flow of 45 scf/hr
6/20/86

(A/C no. 6708)

A350-331-89

District Contact:
Bill Master
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Proper burner management; use of pipeline-quality gas as pilot fuel

No limit
Proper burner management; use of pipeline-quality fuel as pilot fuel

No limit
     
Gaviota Terminal Co.

Backup flare preceded by a vapor control system on a 100,000 bbl/day tanker loading system at a gas and oil marine terminal
5/13/87

(A/C no. 6408)

A350-328-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
  Proper burner management and use of pipeline-quality natural gas

6.92 lbm/hr
     
Chevron-Gaviota

Flare
2/6/86

(A/C no. 5704)

A350-130-86

District Contact:
Bill Master
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Proper burner management and monitoring; gas-fired pilots

0.13 lbm/hr
Proper burner management and monitoring; gas-fired pilots; emissions equiv. of thermal oxidizer

0.05 lbm/hr
Gas-fired pilots; pilot fuel with 4 ppmv H2S max.

0.02 lbm/hr
Gas-fired pilots; proper burner management and monitoring

0.02 lbm/hr
Gas-fired pilots; steam injection for smokeless operation

0.02 lbm/hr
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 82 Flares - Refinery

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Equipment or Process: Flexographic Printing Line Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Label Technology Inc.

Nilpeter model Rotolabel FA-2400 Flexographic Printing Press
2/25/98

(A/C no. N-2852-8-0)

A340-835-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Low VOC ink (2.4 lb/gal)

73.2 lbm/day
       
Union Camp

Flexographic printing press used for high-end graphics printing jobs on corrugated cardboard paper; ink use capacity of 36 lbm/day
10/2/95

(A/C no. C-2610-2)

A340-707-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Use of inks with VOC contents no greater than 1.1 lbm/gal less water and exempt compounds

6.5 lbm/day
       
Jefferson Smurfit

Langston Saturn III Flexo-golder-gluer counter-ejector (flexographic printer/gluer). Use of ink and glue limited to 1500 and 438 lbm/day, respectively.
6/30/95

(A/C no. S-370-6-0)

A340-650-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Low VOC inks and glues: VOC content of inks limited to
0.3 lbm/gal and VOC content of glues limited to 0.06 lbm/gal (less water and exempt compounds)

32.1 lbm/day
       
The Dot Printer

Flexographic Printing Presses
3/27/92

(A/C no. 7571)

A340-536-92

District Contact:
Alex Saschin
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Low VOC inks (< 1.5 lbm/gal), and low VOC fountain solution (<13% VOC)

No limit
       
Patton
(Division of Engraph)

Five flexographic printing presses and two letterpress presses
1/11/90

(App. nos. 206929 thru 206936 and 22937 thru 22943

A340-460-90

District Contact:
Stacy Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
Catalytic afterburner

77% overall control efficiency
       
Riverwood International
(formerly Manville Forest Products Corp.

CONDES model no. VI65-6 flexographic printing press and Ross dryer
3/4/87

(A/C no. 0030011

A340-171-87

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
Water base ink w/5% maximum VOC content by wt.

36.84 lbm/day
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 83 Flexographic Printing Line

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Equipment or Process: Flow Coater, Dip Tank and Roller Coater Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
ICO, Incorporated

Limited-use air dried metal rod dip coating operation using 60-gallon dip tank
5/25/95

(A/C no. S-2783-1-1)

A340-657-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Limited use of coatings, facility VOC emissions below 15 lbm/day, and dip tank covered when not in use

15 lbm/day
       
ICO, Inc.

Air-dried metal dip coating operation with 60-gallon dip tank having 150 gal of coating throughput per month
2/22/95

(A/C no. S-2783-1-0)

A340-636-95)

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Dip coating with low VOC content of
3.34 lbm/gal and dip tank to remain covered when not in use

16.5 lbm/day
       
Tactyl Technologies, Inc.

Dip coating line processing 7,000 scfm
1/23/90

(App. no. 880683)

A340-589-93

District Contact:
Stan Romelczyk
San Diego Co. APCD
(619) 694-3308  
VIC Mfg. carbon absorber

98% control efficiency
       
Caspian

Dip maskant coating operation limited to 430 gal coating/day
1/15/91
(P/O no. 1669)

A340-562-92

District Contact:
Stan Romelczyk
San Diego Co. APCD
(619) 694-3323  
Water-based maskant with VOC content of 150 g VOC/l

No limit
       
Conner Peripherals

38-gallon dip coat/luber
4/29/92

(A/C no. 8564)

A420-541-92

District Contact:
Carol Lee
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4689  
Sub-zero chiller at 10 degrees F and finned coils

No limit
       
Travis Industries, Inc.

Custom flowcoater for coating wood flat stock (miniblinds)
4/15/90

(App. no. 212392 and 219047)

A340-458-90

District Contact:
Stacy Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
Thermal oxidizer

70% overall control
95% destruction efficiency
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 84 Flow Coater, Dip Tank and Roller Coater

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Equipment or Process: Fryer - Deep Fat Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Del Mesa Farms

Conveyor-fed chicken natural-gas cooking operation with a Low Oil Level fryer served by a Thermal Fluid hear and heat exchanger. Produces up to 7 tons of chicken per day.
12/6/99

(A/C No.: S-3591-3-0)

A370-954-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
        Oil mist eliminator

50 % PM10 control efficiency
0.91 lb PM10/hr from the fryer
Eagle Snacks

20 MMBtu/hr Heat and Control model PC32 continuous potato chip fryer producing
38.4 tons/day of chips
3/20/95

(A/C no. S-159-38-0)

A370-637-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
PUC-quality natural gas

2.4 lbm/day
Equivalent to 0.005 lbm/MMBtu)
Heat and Control frying oil heater/fryer exhaust incinerator with low NOx burner

17.3 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 0.036 lbm/MMBtu)
PUC-quality natural gas

0.5 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 0.001 lbm/MMBtu)
  Heat and Control model KHX 13 frying oil heater/fryer exhaust incinerator

0.174 lbm/ton
Alex Snacks

4 MMBtu/hr corn chip deep fryer
12/8/86

(App. no. 146365)

A370-198-87

District Contact:
Gaurang Rawal
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2543
grawal@aqmd.gov
        Grease filter, demister, and electrostatic precipitator

No limit
(Estimated control efficiency of 95%)
Frito-Lay

Vegetable oil fryer and salter for potato chip line with 31,087 lbm/hr raw potato throughput capacity
9/15/86

(A/C no. 3082003A)

A370-152-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
        Venturi scrubber

96.5% control
Frito-Lay

Vegetable oil fryer and salter for potato chip line with 31,087 lbm/hr raw potato throughput capacity
7/17/86

(A/C no. 3082016)

A370-137-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
        Venturi scrubber

96.5% control
Frito-Lay Corn Chip Line # 2

2,500 lbm/hr Frito-Lay corn chip fryer
11/9/84

(A/C # 3082013)

A370-055-84

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
        Mist entroinment separator

0.5 lb/hr
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 86 Fryer - Deep Fat