KERAPCD RULE 413 ORGANIC LIQUID LOADING          
LAST REVISED 04/06/95
          
          
          RULE 413 Organic Liquid Loading - Adopted 4/18/72, Amended
                   8/27/84, 8/22/89, Renumbered 5/89, Amended 5/6/91,
                   4/6/95

          I.    Applicability

                This Rule shall apply to organic liquid loading facilities
                as defined in this Rule loading 4,000 gallons, or more in
                any one day.  This Rule shall not apply to gasoline bulk
                plants subject to requirements of Rule 412.

          II.   Definitions

                A.  Class I Organic Liquid Loading Facility:  any facility
                    loading 20,000 gallons, or more on any one day of
                    organic liquids with a true vapor pressure of 1.5 psia,
                    or greater into tank trucks, trailers, or railroad tank
                    cars.

                B.  Class II Organic Liquid Loading Facility: any facility
                    loading 4,000 gallons, or more but less than 20,000
                    gallons on any one day of organic liquids with a true
                    vapor pressure of 1.5 psia, or greater into tank trucks,
                    trailers, or railroad tank cars.

                C.  Excess Organic Liquid Drainage:  more than 
                    ten milliliters liquid drainage.  Such liquid drainage 
                    for disconnect operations shall be determined by 
                    computing average drainage from three consecutive 
                    disconnects at any one permit unit.

                D.  Leak:  dripping of liquid organic compounds at a rate 
                    of more than three drops per minute; or detection of
                    organic compounds in excess of 10,000 ppm as methane
                    when measured with a portable hydrocarbon detection
                    instrument calibrated with methane and conducted in
                    accordance with U.S. EPA Method 21.

                E.  Organic Liquid:  any liquid containing VOC's and 
                    having a true vapor pressure (TVP) greater than 
                    1.5 psia at actual loading conditions.

                F.  Organic Liquid Loading Facility:  any aggregate, or
                    combination of organic liquid loading and vapor control
                    equipment, from the connection at the inlet of the
                    organic liquid pump to, and including, the hose end
                    connector at the portable delivery tanks and the
                    discharge of the vapor control device(s).

                G.  Portable Hydrocarbon Detection Instrument:  hydrocarbon
                    analyzer using flame ionization detection or thermal
                    conductivity and satisfying U.S. EPA Method 21, 40 CFR,
                    Part 60. Output of any such instrument shall be
                    equivalent to calibration on methane and a sampling 
                    rate of one liter per minute.

                H.  Volatile Organic Compound (VOC): any compound 
                    containing at least one atom of carbon except for 
                    the following exempt compounds:

                         Methane,
                         Carbon Monoxide,
                         Carbon Dioxide,
                         Carbonic Acid,
                         Metallic Carbides or Carbonates,
                         Ammonium Carbonates,
                         Methylene Chloride,
                         Methyl Chloroform (1,1,1-trichloroethane),
                         CFC-113 (trichlorotrifluoroethane),
                         CFC-11 (trichlorofluoromethane),
                         CFC-12 (dichlorodifluoromethane),
                         CFC-22 (chlorodifluoromethane),
                         FC-23 (trifluoromethane),
                         CFC-114 (dichlorotetrafluoroethane),
                         CFC-115 (chloropentafluoroethane),
                         HCFC-123 (dichlorotrifluoroethane),
                         HFC-134a (tetrafluoroethane),
                         HCFC-141b (dichlorofluoroethane), and
                         HCFC-142b (chlorodifluoroethane).

          III.  Exemptions

                A.  Requirements of Subsection IV. of this Rule shall not
                    apply to organic liquid loading facilities used
                    exclusively for loading of less than 4,000 gallons of
                    organic liquids in any one day.

                B.  Requirements of this Rule shall not apply to loading
                    facilities subject to requirements of Rule 412 -
                    Gasoline Transfer into Stationary Storage Containers,
                    Gasoline Delivery Vessels, and Gasoline Bulk Plants.

                C.  Requirements of this Rule shall not apply to loading
                    of organic liquids with true vapors pressure less 
                    than 1.5 psia at actual loading temperature.

          IV.   Requirements

                A.  Emission Limits
                    
                Loading Facility            VOC Emission Limit

                  Class I           0.08 pounds per 1,000 gallons loaded

                  Class II          95% combined collection/control 
                                      efficiency
                
                B.  Equipment

                    1.  Class I facilities shall be equipped with 
                        provisions for bottom loading, vapor collection, 
                        and vapor disposal.

                    2.  Class II facilities shall be equipped with
                        provisions for vapor collection, and vapor 
                        disposal.

                    3.  Any vapor collection and control system shall
                        operate with pressures in the delivery tank being
                        loaded not more than 18 inches water column and not
                        less than 6 inches water column.  This Subsection
                        shall not apply to loading of liquified petroleum
                        gas.

                    4.  All delivery tanks previously containing organic
                        liquids with a true vapor pressure greater than
                        1.5 psia at loading conditions shall be filled
                        only at loading facilities conforming to 
                        Subsections IV.A. and B.

                    5.  Loading and vapor collection equipment shall be
                        designed, installed, maintained and operated 
                        without leaks or excess organic liquid drainage
                        at disconnections.

                    6.  Construction of any new top loading facility or
                        reconstruction, as defined in Rule 422 - NSPS, or
                        expansion of any existing top loading facility with
                        top loading equipment shall not be allowed after 
                        May 6, 1991.

                    7.  Notwithstanding Subsection IV.B.1., above, organic
                        liquid loading facilities exclusively handling
                        liquified petroleum gas need not utilize bottom
                        loading, provided the operator complies with
                        emission limit of Subsection IV.A. and provisions 
                        of Subsection IV.B.5.

          V.    Administrative Requirements

                A.  Record Keeping

                    1.  Facilities exempted by Section III. of this Rule
                        shall maintain accurate daily records of liquid
                        throughput, loading temperature and liquid true
                        vapor pressure and make such records readily
                        available to District staff upon request.  All
                        records shall be maintained at the facility or a
                        minimum of two years.

                    2.  Class I and Class II facilities shall maintain 
                        daily records of liquid throughput, loading 
                        temperature, and liquid true vapor pressure and 
                        make such records readily available to District 
                        staff upon request.  All records shall be 
                        maintained at the facility for a minimum of 
                        two years.  
                        
                B.  Test Methods

                    1.  Analysis of exempt halogenated exempt compounds
                        shall be by CARB Method 432.

                    2.  Compliance with Subsections IV.A. and IV.B. shall 
                        be determined, for initial compliance determination 
                        and when inspection reveals conditions indicative 
                        of performance less effective than during previous
                        compliance determination(s), using 40 CFR 60.503
                        "Test Methods and Procedures" and U.S. EPA 
                        Reference Methods 2A, 2B, 25A and 25B and CARB 
                        Method 432, or CARB Method 2-4.

                    3.  True vapor pressure shall be measured using Reid
                        vapor pressure ASTM Method No. D-323-82 modified 
                        by maintaining hot water bath at storage 
                        temperature.  Where storage temperature is above 
                        100°F, true vapor pressure may be determined by 
                        Reid Vapor pressure at 100°F and California Air 
                        Resources Board-approved calculations.  Organic 
                        liquid listed in Table I shall be deemed in 
                        compliance with appropriate vapor pressure limits 
                        for material, provided actual storage temperature 
                        does not exceed the corresponding maximum 
                        temperature listed.

                                       TABLE I

                   MAXIMUM STORAGE TEMPERATURES FOR ORGANIC LIQUIDS
                          FOR PURPOSES OF SUBSECTION IV.B.3.

                                                     Vapor Pressure Limit

                                           Initial
                                 Gravity   Boiling      0.5         1.5
          ORGANIC LIQUID          °API     Point°F      (psia)      (psia)

                                                  Maximum Storage Temp(°F)

          Middle Distillates

          Kerosene                42.5     350          195         250
          Diesel                  36.4     372          230         290
          Gas Oil                 26.2     390          249         310
          Stove Oil               23       421          275         340

          Jet Fuels

          JP-1                    43.1     330          165         230
          JP-3                    54.7     110          ---          25
          JP-4                    51.5     150           20          68
          JP-5                    39.6     355          205         260
          JP-7                    44-50    360          205         260
          JP-8                    37-51    ---          167         222

          Fuel Oils

          No. 1                   42.5     350          195         250
          No. 2                   36.4     372          230         290
          No. 3                   26.2     390          249         310
          No. 4                   23       421          275         340
          No. 5                   19.9     560          380         465
          Residual                19.27    ---          405         ---
          No. 6                   16.2     625          450         ---

          Asphalts

           60 - 100 pen.          ---      ---          490         550
          120 - 150 pen.          ---      ---          450         500
          200 - 300 pen.          ---      ---          360         420