AMAAPCD RULE 211 PROCESS WEIGHT PER HOUR
LAST REVISED 11/11/11


Rule 211  Process Weight Per Hour.  A person shall not release or
          discharge into the atmosphere from any source operation
          solid particulate matter in excess of that allowed in
          the table in Rule 212.

     A.   The provisions of this Rule shall not apply to:

          1.   Portland cement kilns, except that no owner or
               operator shall release or discharge into the
               atmosphere from any portland cement kiln
               particulate matter at a rate in excess or 0.30
               pounds per ton of dry kiln feed, exclusive of fuel
               charged.

          2.   Portland cement clinker coolers, except that no
               owner or operator shall release or discharge into
               the atmosphere from any portland cement clinker
               cooler particulate matter at a rate in excess of
               0.10 pounds per ton of dry kiln feed, exclusive of
               fuel charged.

          3.   Sewage sludge incinerators, except that no owner
               or operator shall release or discharge into the
               atmosphere from any sewage sludge incinerator
               particulate matter at a rate in excess of 1.30
               pounds per ton of dry sludge input as determined
               in CFR 40, Part 60.154.

          4.   Rotary lime kilns, except that no owner or
               operator of such source constructed or modified
               after May  3, 1977, shall release or discharge
               into the atmosphere from such rotary lime kiln
               particulate matter at a rate in excess or 0.30
               pounds per ton of limestone feed, exclusive of
               fuel charged.

          5.   Lime hydrators, except that no owner or operator
               of such source constructed or modified after May
               3, 1977, shall release or discharge into the
               atmosphere from such lime hydrator particulate
               matter in excess of 0.15 pounds per ton of lime
               feed.

          6.   Combustion equipment which derives at least 80% of
               its fuel input heat content from wood or wood
               associated waste, except that such equipment shall
               comply with all other Rules in this Regulation.

          7.   Processing equipment used in conjunction with
               combustion sources, other than those types
               provided for in other subsections of this Rule,
               used to dry, calcine, pyrolyze, sinter or
               otherwise thermally condition any process
               material, except that such equipment shall comply
               with all other Rules in this Regulation.

     B.   Performance tests undertaken to determine compliance of
          sources with Part A., Sections 1. through 5., of this
          Rule shall comply with the provisions of CFR 40, Part
          60, Appendix A only.