GLEAPCD RULE 86 DUST AND FUMES TOTAL EMISSIONS          
LAST REVISED 11/11/11
          
          
       Sec 86.  DUST AND FUMES TOTAL EMISSIONS.  Except for emissions from
                agricultural operations, no person shall discharge in any 
                one hour from any source dust or fumes in total quantities 
                in excess of the amounts shown in the following table:


                 ALLOWABLE RATE OF EMISSION BASED ON PROCESS WEIGHT RATE
                
                Process Weight     Rate of  Process Weight        Rate of
                     Rate         Emission       Rate            Emission
                              
                Lb/Hr   Tons/Hr    Lb/Hr      Lb/Hr   Tons/Hr      Lb/Hr

                   100   0.05      0.551      16,000       8.0     16.5
                   200   0.10      0.877      18,000       9.0     17.9
                   400   0.20      1.40       20,000      10.0     19.2

                   600   0.30      1.83       30,000      15.0     25.2
                   800   0.40      2.22       40,000      20.0     30.5
                 1,000   0.50      2.58       50,000      25.0     35.4

                 1,500   0.75      3.38       60,000      30.0     40.0
                 2,000   1.00      4.10       70,000      35.0     41.3
                 2,500   1.25      4.76       80,000      40.0     42.5

                 3,000   1.50      5.38       90,000      45.0     43.6
                 3,500   1.75      5.96      100,000      50.0     44.6
                 4,000   2.00      6.52      120,000      60.0     46.3

                 5,000   2.50       7.58     140,000      70.0     47.8
                 6,000   3.00       8.56     160,000      80.0     49.0
                 7,000   3.50       9.49     200,000     100.0     51.2
                   
                 8,000   4.00      10.4     1,000,000    500.0     69.0
                 9,000   4.50      11.2     2,000,000  1,000       77.6
                10,000   5.00      12.0     6,000,000  3,000       92.7

                12,000   6.00      13.6

                To use the table, take the process weight per hour as such
                is defined in Section 2 of these Regulations.  Then find 
                this figure on the table, opposite which is the maximum 
                number of pounds of contaminants which may be discharged 
                into the atmosphere in any one hour.  As an example, if A 
                has a process which emits contaminants into the atmosphere 
                and which process takes 4 hours to complete, he will divide 
                the weight of all materials in the specific process, in 
                this example, 2,400 lbs. by 4 giving a process weight per 
                hour of 600 lbs.  The table shows that A may not discharge 
                more than 1.83 lbs. in any one hour during the process.  
                Interpolation of the data in the table for process weights 
                up to 60,000 pounds/hour shall be accomplished by use of 
                the equation:
                                              0.67
                                       E-4.10P

                and interpolation and extrapolation of the data for process
                weight rates in excess of 60,000 pounds/hour shall be
                accomplished by use of the equation:
                                             0.11
                                      E=55.0P     -40

                E = Rate of emission in pounds/hour.

                P = Process weight rate in tons/hour.