United States
 Environmental Protection
 Agency
Office of Air Quality
Planning and Standards
Research Triangle Park NC 27711
EPA-450/4-81 -009
February 1981
 Air
The  Comprehensive Data
Handling System  (CDHS)
Coding Manual

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                               EPA-450/4-81-009
The  Comprehensive  Data
       Handling System
             (CDHS)
        Coding Manual
                  by

         Larry R. McMaster, Project Leader

           Research Triangle Institute
         Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
           Contract No. 68-02-3011
        EPA Project Officer: Sam Colon-Velez
               Prepared for

     U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
         Office of Air, Noise, and Radiation
     Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
     Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711

              February 1981

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This report is issued by trie" Environmental' Protection Agency to report:
technical  data of interest to a limited number of readers .  Copies? are
available  free of charge to Federal employees,  current  contractors' and
grantees, and nonprofit organizations  - in  limited quantities. - from the
Library Services Office (MD-35),  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Research Triangle  Park, North Carolina 27711;  or for a. nominal fee,
from the National Technical Information Service.,  5285 Port Royal Road,
Springfield,  Virginia 22161.
This report was furnished to the Environmental Protection. Agency by
Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, North  Carolina
27709, in fulfillment  of Contract No.  68-02-30X1.  The contents of this
report are reproduced herein  as received from, Research  Triangle-
Institute .  The  opinions,  findings,  and conclusions expressed are
those of the  author and not necessarily those of the Environmental
Protection  Agency.   Mention of company or1 product names is* not to be
considered as an endorsement by the Environmental- Protection Agency.

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                              Table of Contents

List of Tables	v
Acknowledgment	vi
1.0  Introduction 	   1
2.0  EIS/AS Master File . .	4
     2.1  Description Record  	   8
          2.1.1  Description Card 1	8
          2.1.2  Description Card 2	11
          2.1.3  Description Card 3	11
          2.1.4  Description Card 4	  .	13
          2.1.5  Description Card 5	14
          2.1.6  Description Card 6	.....  15
          2.1.7  Description Card 7	17
     2.2  Category Record	  .  19
          2.2.1  Category Card 1	19
          2.2.2  Category Card 2	21
          2.2.3  Category Card 3	24
          2.2.4  Category Card 4	26
          2.2.5  Category Card 5	27
     2.3  Comment Record	30
          2.3.1  Comment Cards 1 and 2	30
     2.4  NEDS A6 Comment Record	32
          2.4.1  NEDS A6 Comment Card	32
3.0  EIS/AS Emission Factor File	  .  33
     3.1  Card 1	35
     3.2  Card 2	38
     3.3  Card 3	39
4.0  EIS/PS Master File	41
     4.1  Plant Record	44
     4.1.1  Card 1	44
     4.1.2  Card 2	47

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          4.1.3  Card 3	,48
          4.1.4  Card 4	49
     4.2  Point Record	 50
          4.2.1  Card 11	 50
          4.2.2  Card 12	52
          4.2.3  Card 13	58
          4.2.4  Card 14	 . 62
     4.3  SCC Record	. . 63
          4.3.1  Card 21		63
          4.3.2  Card 22	 65
          4.3.3  Card 23	66
          4.3.4  Card 24	68
          4.3.5  Card 25	69
     4.4  Comment Record	70
          4.4.1  Card 30	70
5.0  EIS/PS Emission Factor Files	 72
     5.1  Card 1.	74
     5.2  Card 2	75
     5.3  Card 3	76
     5'.4  Card 4		.77
Appendix A:   EIS/AS Transaction Field. Tables	, . . 80
Appendix B:   EIS/PS Transaction Field  Tables.  ..... 	 96
Appendix C:   EIS/AS Input Forms	Ill
Appendix D:   EIS/PS Input Forms	 121

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                                List of Tables

A-l  Description - Card 1	81
A-2  Description - Card 2	82
A-3  Description - Card 3	83
A-4  Description - Card 4	85
A-5  Description - Card 5	86
A-6  Description - Card 6	87
A-7  Description - Card 7	88
A-8  Category - Card 1		89
A-9  Category - Card 2	90
A-10 Category - Card 3	91
A-ll Category - Card 4	92
A-12 Category - Card 5	93
A-13 Comment Record	94
A-14 NEDS A6 Comment	95
B-l  Card 1 - Plant Information	97
B-2  Card 2 - Plant Information	98
B-3  Card 3 - Plant Information	99
B-4  Card 4 - Plant Information	100
B-5  Card 11 - Point Information	101
B-6  Card 12 - Point Information	102
B-7  Card 13 - Point Information	103
B-8  Card 14 - Point Information	104
B-9  Card 21 - SCC Information	105
B-10 Card 22 - SCC Information	106
B-ll Card 23 - SCC Information	107
B-12 Card 24 - SCC Information	108
B-13 Card 25 - SCC Information	109
B-14 Card 30 - Comment	110

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                               ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

     This manual was prepared by the Research Triangle  Institute, Research
Triangle Park, North Carolina, for the Environmental  Protection Agency under
Contract 68-02-3011.
     The work has been conducted under the  direction  of Mr. Edward J. Mask of
the National  Air Data Branch (NADB), who  is the  EPA Project Officer for the
contract.
     RTI staff members principally participating in the development of this
document are:                        '
     R. C. Haws, Laboratory Supervisor
     L. R. McMaster, Project Leader
     D. L. Franke, Analyst/Programmer
     W. M. Bailey, Programmer
     F. A. Farmer, Programmer
     C. 0. Scheper, Programmer
     A. F. Tallant, Programmer
     D. S. Chase, Secretary
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1.0  Introduction

     The Emissions Inventory System (EIS)  consists of two subsystems:
Emissions Inventory System/Area Source (EIS/AS) and Emissions  Inventory
System/Point Source (EIS/PS).

     This manual  is provided as a supplement to the EIS/AS User's  Guide
(EPA-450/4-80-009) and the EIS/PS User's Guide (EPA-450/4-80-010).   It
contains detailed information on coding the input  transactions  for both  area
sources and point sources.

     An introduction to each subsystem is  given detailing the types of records
on the file and information concerning adding records to  the file.   Then each
card is explained, field by field, giving  allowed  codes for the field.   The
appendices include tables listing each field with  its length, characteristic
(alphabetic or numeric),'and which type of transactions the field  is allowed
on.  Also in the  appendices are copies of  all  input forms.

     The EIS coding forms are used to  organize emissions  data into
computer-readable format for key punching  and subsequent  entry  into
computerized data files.  Therefore, all forms must be completed correctly.

     In the following discussion, several  terms will  be used for which the
following definitions are necessary:

     FORM - Any of the individual sheets containing coding  information,  see
     Appendices C and D.

     CARD - 80-column computer punch card.

     COLUMN - One of the vertical columns  on the card.  The numbers on the
     form refer to these columns.

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     FIELD - a COLUMN or group of" COLUMNS; only one subject  to  a  FIELD.  A
     FIELD is identified on the FORM by vertical Tines  extending  above the
     COLUMN numbers.  The name of the FIELD is printed  between  the vertical
     lines.
     LEFT JUSTIFIED - the entry in the FIELD starts at  the left  side of the
     FIELD; it may be alphabetic or numeric; e.g.,
             CONTACT PERSON
          43
           J|Q|H|N|S|0|N|
     RIGHT JUSTIFIED - the entry in the FIELD starts  at  the  right side of the
     FIELD and is always numeric; e.g.,
             EMISSIONS
              ESTIMATE
          42
                 3|7|4|9|
     ZERO FILLED - zeros are coded in any excess  columns when a numeric entry
     contains fewer characters than there are columns  in the field.
     Every entry is either left justified or right  justified, unless it is
numeric data containing a decimal  point.   In that case,  an  implied decimal
point is indicated by a triangle preprinted  on  the.  form  and the data is
entered so that the decimal  point  in the  data corresponds to the triangle on
the form.  Zeros are entered in the remaining columns of the field; i.e., the
field is zero filled.  The decimal  point  is  not punched  on the card.  The
following example illustrates coding such data:
                              EMISSION FACTOR
                              54
                              0|0|0|3|7|5Al|0|0|

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        TEN BASIC FACTS AND RULES FOR COMPLETING CODING FORMS
 1.   Legibility is mandatory.  Print data entries using block  capital
      letters.
 2.   Characters - slash zeros (0) and Z's (I)-
 3.   DON'T change field names.
 4.   Decimal point - only when a triangle is preprinted in  field.
 5.   To indicate nonapplicable,  code a single,  right-justified,  zero  in
      the field.
 6.   NO DATA - leave field blank.
 7.   Identifiers must be complete!   Otherwise,  the  computer rejects  the
      entry.
 8.   Control codes must be complete!  Otherwise,  the computer  rejects  the
      entry.
 9.   DON'T use fields (or columns)  without names  (headings).
10.   Left justify letters or alphanumeric fields;  right justify  numbers.

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2.0  EIS/AS Master Tile

     The Emissions Inventory System/Area Source (EIS/AS)  master file  contains
area source emissions data.  There are three types of records  on the  master
file:  description, category, and comment.

     Description records contain general descriptive information pertaining to
a geographic area.   The geographic area may be either a county or a smaller
area denoted by a nonzero geographic suballocation number.   The suballocations
can be developed using any method the user desires.   Up to  99,999
suballocation numbers per county are allowed.

     Category records contain emissions information for a geographic  area and
are subordinate to the description record for that area.  There can be  up to
999 category records for each geographic area:  category  records 001-064 are
used for the NEDS categories; 065-998 are used for user-defined categories;
and category 999 is generated by CFMMSTR (EC0070).  In addition, each category
can be disaggregated with a separate record describing each disaggregation.
Up to 99 disaggregations per category are allowed.  The category 999  record
contains a summary of emissions for all the category records with a
disaggregation number of zero.

     Comment records are used to include additional  information for both
geographic areas (county and/or suballocation description records) and
categories (both category and disaggregation).  There can be only one NEDS
comment record for a county description record; all  other EIS/AS records can
have up to 999 comment records.
     The master file transactions allow the user to add,  change, or delete
records on the master file.

     Records can be added to the master file subject to the following
restrictions:

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     1)  A county description record must be present  before  any  other
         records will  be accepted for that county.  The  description
         record can be added in the same run as  the other  records.
     2)  A description record (county or suballocation)  must  be
         present before any category records (or category  disaggregation
         records) can  be accepted for that geographic area.
     3)  Comment records will only be added if there  is  a  record
         in the master file (description or category) with
         matching key  information, including state, county,  geographic
         suballocation number,  category number,  and category
         disaggregation number.
     4)  Any add transaction will  create a new record provided that
         conditions 1-3 are met.

     Each transaction  may be divided into three  areas named  identifiers,
control codes,   and data.fields.

     The identifiers do just as the name implies -  identify category,
geographical  location, date, etc.

                (IDENTIFIERS FOR  EACH CARD (NO BLANKS ALLOWED)

         Card No.                                       Columns

       Description 1                                    1  thru 19
       Description 2                                    1  thru 14
       Description 3                                    1  thru 14
       Description 4                                    1  thru 14

         Card No.                                       Columns

       Description 5                                    1  thru 14
       Description 6                                    1  thru 14
       Description 7                                    1  thru 19

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         Card No.                                        Columns
        Category 1                                      1 thru 19
        Category 2                                      1 thru 19
        Category 3                                      1 thru 19
        Category 4                                  .    1 thru 19
        Category 5                                      1 thru 24
        Comment 1                                       1 thru 22
        Comment' 2                                       1 thru 22
        NEDS comment                                    1 thru 9

        The control codes tell the computer program what action is  required.

        Column              CONTROL CODES FOR EACH CARD (NO BLANKS  ALLOWED)
          77                Suballocation type:  C - county,  S -  suballocation
          78                G - geographic description (preprinted)
                            A - category aggregation
                            D - category disaggregation
                            R - comment (preprinted)
                            N - NEDS comment (preprinted)
          79                Card Number:
                            Description 1-7 (preprinted)
                            Category 1-5 (preprinted)
                            Comment 1,2
                            NEDS comment 0 (preprinted)
          80                Action code:  A - add, C - change, D  -  delete

All control codes must be filled in for each card that is to be keypunched.

     The remainder of the form constitutes the data fields.  The  discussion
that follows applies to the fields individually or in groups.  It will  start
with description transactions and continue through category,  comment,  and NEDS

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comment transactions.   Note that  any data field can be deleted by entering an
asterisk (*) in the left-most  column of  the  field.

     See Appendix A for EIS/AS transaction field tables and Appendix C for
EIS/AS input forms.

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2.1  DESCRIPTION RECORDT

     The description  record  gi ves infarmation describing.,the- geographic
region.

2.1.1  DESCRIPTION CARD  1

     STATE - COLUMNS  1-2
          Enter the state  identification-code, for-the1.geographic area,.  The-
          codes can be found, in  the_AEROSlM'anua:T Sertes:, Volume; V:  AEROS
          Manual of Codes, Section 2,. I.Q.,  The^ entry-must be right, justified.,
          zero filled', with  no blanks.,

     COUNTY - COLUMNS 3-6
          Enter-the four-digit code for ther county* or poTitic'al  subdivision
          (census, division for Alaska,,  a.ir pollution: control district for
          Massachusetts, or  parish for'Louis.iana:)..  The-county-identification-
          codes are listed in the AEROSlManuaJ Series', Volume V:   AEROS Manual
          of Codes, Section  2.2.0.   The^ entry must; b:e: right: justified., zero
          filled, with no  blanks.

     AQCR - COLUMNS 7-9
          Enter the /Virtual ity  Control  Region'(AQGR) numb.e.r-a.s  found in the
          AEROS Manual Series, Volume-V:  AEROS%Manual of Codes.,. Section
          2.3.0.  The entry  must be right: jus.ttfred:, z:ero filled, w^ith no
          blanks-.

     SUBALLOCATION NUMBER  -  COLUMNS 10-14
          The suballocation  number is  used. to:, di'v-i den a,- county into smaller
          geographic  areas when  emissions1 data, arerknown for the smaller
          areas.  This suballocation is  user-dearned1 and is not. required for
          EIS/AS.  Any technique may be used for-tire suba-1 location..  Enter the
          suballocation  number if applicable..  Otherwise, leave  blank (or fill
          with zero).  The entry must" be. right justified.

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DATE - COLUMNS 15-19
     Enter the Julian date of the information recorded in the
     transaction.  The format is YYDDD, where YY represents the year and
     ODD represents the day.  The year (first two characters) must not be
     greater than the option date year.  The day must be between 000 and
     366.  The entry must be right justified, zero filled, with no
     blanks.

AIR BASIN - COLUMNS 20-22
     Enter a user-defined code to specify the air basin.  The entry must
     be right justified.

SMSA - COLUMNS 23-26
     Enter the code for the ^Standard Metropolitan Statistical /\rea
     (SMSA).  See the AEROS Manual  Series, Volume V:   AEROS Manual  of
     Codes, Section.2.7.0, for a complete list of SMSA's.  The entry must
     be right justified.

GEOGRAPHIC NAME - COLUMNS 27-46
     Enter a description of the area, either by indicating the county
     name or the name of the geographic area.
     The entry must left justified.

MAJOR ACTIVITY - COLUMNS 47-66
     Enter a description of the major activity of the area.   The entry
     must be left justified.

ASSOCIATED PLANT ID - COLUMNS 67-70
     An associated plant ID may be used to relate emissions from an area
     source to a plant (point source) identified in EIS/PS.   For example,
     in EIS/PS an oil  refinery is given a plant ID number and inventoried
     as a point source with all  emissions assigned to points within the
     refinery boundaries.   However,  the refinery may  be  the source  of

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     additional fugitive emissions which are actually emitted from  many
     points all around the refinery area.   The fugitive emissions may  be
     inventoried as an area source and spatially distributed  over the
     refinery area, but can still  be related to the plants  and to the
     point .source emissions in EIS/PS.  The entry must be right
     justified.

SIP BASE YEAR - COLUMNS 71-72
     Enter the most recent year in which the State Implementation lan
     (SIP) was revised.

PROJECTED YEAR - COLUMNS 73-74
     Enter the year for which the  projection has been made.

RURAL POPULATION PERCENTAGE - COLUMNS 75-76
     Enter the percentage of the area population that is rural.  The
     entry must be right justified.

SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
     Enter C for county or S for suballocation

G CODE - COLUMN 78
     The column is preprinted with a G for description record.

CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
     The column is preprinted with a 1.

 ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
     Enter A (add), C (change), or D (delete).  This field  must not be
     left blank.
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2.1.2  DESCRIPTION CARD 2

     COLUMNS 1-14
          These fields are described in detail  for the description  card  1.

     POPULATION - COLUMNS 15-22
          Enter the population of the area.   The entry must  be  right
          justified.

     AQCR NAME - COLUMNS 23-76
          Enter a description of the Mr Duality Control  Region (AQCR).   The
          entry must be left justified.

     SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
          Enter C for county or S for suballocation.

     G CODE - COLUMN 78
          The column is preprinted with a G  for description  record.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted with a 2.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add), or C (change).  D (delete)  is not valid for this
          transaction.   This field must not  be  left  blank.

2.1.3  DESCRIPTION CARD 3

     COLUMNS 1-14
          These fields  are described in detail  for the description  card  1.

     SUBALLOCATION TECHNIQUE - COLUMNS 15-16
          A user-defined code to specify the  suballocation technique used.
          The entry must be right justified.

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-SUBALLOCATION TECHNIQUE  DESCRIPTION -  COLUMNS 17-36
      Enter  a description of the subalLocation -technique used.   The .entry
      must be left  justified.

DEFINED AREA CODE  -  COLUMNS 37-3.9
      Used instead  of UTM area  descriptors 'When  an area Is  ;to.o  large :or
      too complex in  shape :to ;be 'described :by coordinates.   The co.de
      number references .an external \file which-contains digitized boundary
      information -for each area.   ;An area may be .as large as an /\ir
     Duality IMaintenance _Area  i'('AQMA;) -or Air Conservation Area  (ACA) or as
      small  as a census tract;  e.g..., -it may  be .defined  .as the eastern half
      of a county -or  as terrain above  a specified  altitude.   Enter the
      user-defined  code.   The entry must ;be  right  justified.

SULFUR CONTENTS -  COLUMNS 40-47
      Enter  the percentage of sulfur .contents ('wei;ghted average) for
     anthracite coal, bituminous  '.coal, -distillate oil,, and residual oil
      consumed by area sources  in  the  geographic area.   Note that the
      triangles indicate  decimal points.  ;A  conditional message will .be
      printed if the  value exceeds 2..0  for anthracite coal,  7..-Q for
      bituminous coal, 1.0 for  distillate oil., -.or  5.0 for  residual  oil.

ASH CONTENTS - COLUMNS 4.8-53
      Enter  the percentage of ash  contents  (weighted average) for
      anthracite and  bituminous coal consumed by area sources in the
      geographic area.  Note that  the  triangles  indicate decimal points.
      A conditional message  will be printed  if the value exceeds 25.0 for
      either subfield.

UTM COORDINATES -  COLUMNS 54-75
      The geographic  area can be described by up to six UTM (JJniversal
      T_ransverse Creator Projection System) coordinates.   Enter the
      zone,  horizontal  (or easting), and vertical  (or northing)
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          coordinates for each desired point of  the  description.  Note that
          the triangles indicate decimal  points.   The  valid codes for each
          state may be found in the EIS/AS  User's  Guide, Appendix A, Table
          A-l.  For further discussion of UTM,  refer to the AEROS Manual
          Series, Volume II:  AEROS User's  Manual.

     COLUMN 76
          This column is not assigned; leave blank.

     SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
          Enter C for county or S for suballocation.

     6 CODE - COLUMN 78
          The column is preprinted with a G for  description record.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted with a 3.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
         Enter A (add), or C (change).   D (delete) is  not valid for
         transaction 3.  This field must  not be  left blank.

2.1.4  DESCRIPTION CARD 4

     COLUMNS 1-14
          These fields are described in detail for the description card 1.

     UTM COORDINATES - COLUMNS 15-58
          These columns are described  in  detail  for columns 54-75 of
          description card 3.

     SOURCE TYPE - COLUMN 59
          Enter the type of source.   Use  A  for area or L for line or link.
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    , LENGTH OR AREA - COLUMNS v6Q-.66
          Enter the length of either ,:a 'tine, or link..source, or theoanea of-an
          area source.  Note that the :tri:angle Indicates the -decimal point.

     LENGTH OF AREA UNITS CODE - COLUMNS-:67-68
          Enter any us-er-.defined code to ::sp.ectfy the units'code used for
          .length or area.

     COLUMNS 69-7.6
          These columns are not assigned;  leave blank.

     SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
          Enter C for county or S for suballoaction.

     G CODE - COLUMN 78
          The column is preprinted with a  G for description record.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted .with a  4.

     ACTION NUMBER - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).  D  (delete) is not valid for
          transaction 4.  This field must  not be left blank.

2.1.5  DESCRIPTION CARD 5

     COLUMNS 1-14
          These fields are described in detail for the description card 1.

     SIP ESTIMATES - COLUMNS 15-37
          Enter the State implementation lan (SIP) emissions estimates for
          TSP, S02, NOX, HC, and CO.  The  estimates are expressed in hundreds
          of tons per year.  Additional spaces in the record are reserved for
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          future criteria pollutants that might be added.   Each  entry must be
          right justified.

     COLUMNS 38-76
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
          Enter C for county or S for suballocation.

     G CODE - COLUMN 78
          The column is preprinted with a G for description  record.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted with a 5.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).   D (delete)  is not valid  for
          transaction 5.   This  field must not  be left blank.


2.1.6  DESCRIPTION CARD 6

     COLUMNS 1-14
          These fields are described in detail  for the description card 1.

     SUBCARD NUMBER - COLUMN 15
          This field is generated by CCENETR (EC0030) and is not entered on
          EIS/AS master file transactions;  leave blank.

     POPULATION CODE - COLUMN 16
          Enter the EPA population distribution  code.  The field must be
          numeric.   See the AEROS Manual  Series,  Volume V:  AEROS Manual
          of Codes,  Section 3.15,  for a complete list of population codes.
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GAS FUEL FOR LIGHT VEHICLES'- COLUMNS 17-23
     Enter the amount of gas fuel: consumed', by' light vehicles- within the;
     area.  The value is expressed" in: thousands of gal.lonsr.-  The-entry
     must be right justified.

GAS FUEL FOR HEAVY VEHICLES-. - COLUMNS: 24-29
     Enter the amount of gasr fuel consumed by heavy vehicles: within the
     area.  The value is expressed;, iiir thousands, of gallons.  The entry
     must be- right justified*

DIESEL FUEL FOR HEAVY VEHICLES - COLUMNS 30-3:5:
     Enter the amount of diese-T fuel consumed by heavy vehicles  within
     the area.  The value is. expressed in thousands of gallons.  The
     entry must be; right justified.

VEHICLE MILES FOR  LIMITED ACCESS. ROADS - COLUMNS 36.-41
     Enter the number of measured; vehicle; miles: traveled on limited:
     access roads  in the area.  The. value is expressed in tens of
     thousands of miles.  The.- entry, must be right  justified..

VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED FOR RURAL ROADS - COLUMNS 42-47
     Enter the number of measured: vehicle miles traveled on rural roads
     in the area.  The value, is. expressed 1m tens  of thousands of miles.
     The entry, must, be right justified..-

VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED FOR. SUBURBAN ROADS - COLUMNS' 48-53
     Enter the number of measured vehicle miles traveled on suburban
     roads in the  area.  The value is expressed in tens of thousands of
     miles.  The entry must be right justified.,

VEHICLE. MILES TRAVELED FOR URBAN. ROADS - COLUMNS 54.-60
     Enter the number of measured, vehicle.' miles, traveled on urban roads
     in the area.,  The value is expressed;  in-tens  of thousands of miles.
     The entry must be right justified.

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     COLUMNS 61-76
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
          Enter C for county or S for suballocation.

     G CODE - COLUMN 78
          The column is preprinted with a G  for description  record.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted with a 6.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).   D (delete)  is not  valid  for
          transaction 6.   This  field must not  be left blank.

2.1.7  DESCRIPTION CARD 7

     COLUMNS 1-14
          These fields are discussed in detail  for  the description card 1.

     POLLUTANT ID - COLUMNS 15-19,  43-47
          Enter the SAROAD parameter code for  the pollutant which is being
          identified.   Refer to the AEROS Manual  Series, Volumn  V:  AEROS
          Manual  of Codes for a complete listing of SAROAD parameter codes.
          The values used for the criteria pollutants are  11101  (TSP), 42101
          (CO),  42401  (S02),  42602  (NOX), 43101  (HC), and  12128  (lead).  The
          entry must be right justified, zero  filled, with no blanks.  -

     POLLUTANT NAME -  COLUMNS 20-34,  48-62
          Enter a prose description of  the pollutant.  The entry must be left
          justified.
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ATTAINMENT STATUS - COLUMN 35,  63
     Enter the attainment status of a particular  geographic area.  The
     valid codes are:
          A - attainment
          N - nonattainment
          U - unclassified
     If this field is left blank in an add transaction, or if this field
     contains an asterisk in a  change transaction, U will be assumed and
     a warning message will be  generated.

AQMA NUMBER - COLUMNS 36-41, 64-69
     Enter the air quality maintenance number.  The entry must be left
     justified.

COLUMNS 42, 70-76
     These columns are not assigned;  leave blank.

SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
     Enter C for county or S for suballocation.

G CODE - COLUMN 78
     The column is preprinted with a G for description record.

CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
     The column is preprinted with a 7.

ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
     Inter A (add), C (change>), or D (delete).  This field must not be
     left blank.
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2.2  CATEGORY RECORD

     The category record contains identification  and  emissions data for an
individual  category or category disaggregation  for  a  given area.

2.2.1  CATEGORY CARD 1

     STATE  - COLUMN 1-2
          Enter the state identification code for the plant.  The codes can be
          found in the AEROS Manual  Series,  Volume  V:  AEROS Manual of Codes,
          Section 2.1.0.   The entry  must be  right justified, zero filled, with
          no blanks.

     COUNTY - COLUMNS 3-6
          Enter the four-digit code  for the  county  (census division for
          Alaska, air pollution control  district  for Massachusetts or parish
          for Louisiana).  The county identification codes are listed in the
         AEROS Manual  Series, Volume V:   AEROS Manual of Codes, Section
          2.2.0.   The entry must be  right justified, zero filled, with no
          blanks.

     AQCR - COLUMNS 7-9
          Enter the Air Quality Control  Region  (AQCR) number.  The codes can
          be found in the AEROS Manual  Series, Volume V:  AEROS Manual of
         Codes,  Section  2.3.0.   The entry must be  right justified, zero
         filled, with no blanks.

     SUBALLOCATION NUMBER - COLUMNS  10-14
         The suballocation number is used to divide a county into smaller
         geographic areas  when emissions data is known for the smaller
         areas.   This  suballocation is  user-defined and is not required for
         EIS/AS.   Any  technique may be  used for  the suballocation.  Enter
         the suballocation number.   If  it is a county transaction, leave
         blank (or zero  fill).   The entry must be  right justified.

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CATEGORY NUMBER - COLUMNS 15-1.7
     The category number t? used to describe the activity  or process
     Categories 001 through 064 are reserved for NEDS  categories,
     Categories 065 through 998 are user-defined,  and  Category  999  is
     reserved for emissions totals..  Enter the category  number.  The
     entry must be right justified, zero filled, with  n;o. blanks.

CATEGORY DISAGGREGATION NUMBER - COLUMNS 18-19
     The category disaggregation number allows the user  to refine the
     activity associated with the category.   Disaggregations are user-
     defined.  The field should be left blank (or zero filled)  for
     aggregate category transactions, otherwise the entry  must  be right
     justified, zero filled, with no blanks.

CATEGORY DESCRIPTION - COLUMNS 20-44
     Enter a description of the category or disaggregation.   The entry
     must be left justified.

YEAR OF INFORMATION - COLUMNS 45-46
     Enter the year (last two digits) of information for the category
     record.

PROCESS RATE - COLUMNS 47-55
     Enter the thruput during the inventory year of the  fuel  or material
     used.  The process rate is expressed in units defined by the units
     code field.  The entry must be right justified.

CATEGORY ADJUSTMENT VALUE - COLUMNS 56-62
     This field is used when a category is dependent upon  two activity
     levels, such as burning categories.  Enter the second factor
     associated with the emission calculation.  The entry  must  be right
     justified.
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     UNITS CODE - COLUMNS 63-64
          Enter a user-defined code for the thruput (process  rate)  units.   The
          entry must be left justified.

     UNITS CODE DESCRIPTION - COLUMNS 65-76
          Enter a description of the units code.   The entry must  be left
          justified.

  .   SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
          Enter C for county or S for suballocation

     DISAGGREGATION TYPE - COLUMN 78
          Enter A for aggregate or D for disaggregate.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted with a 1.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add), C (change), or D (delete).   This field must not be
          left blank.

2.2.2  CATEGORY CARD 2

     COLUMNS 1-19
          These fields are described in detail  for the category card 1.

     UNIFORM MONTHLY THRUPUTS - COLUMN  20
          Enter Y (yes) if monthly thruputs are uniform  (monthly thruput
          fields should not be coded),  or N (no)  if monthly thruputs are not
          uniform (monthly thruput fields should  be coded).   If this field is
          blank in an add transaction,  a value  of Y will be assumed.
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MONTHLY THRUPUT PERCENTAGES - COLUMNS 21-44
     For each month, enter the percentage of the total yearly thruput
     processed in that month.  If the uniform monthly thruput field is Y,
    .the monthly thruputs should not be entered  (a  value of 09 will be
     assumed for the thruputs for March, June, September,  and December
     and a value of 08 will be assumed for the thruputs for all other
     months, so that the sum of the thruputs will be 100).  If the
     uniform monthly thruput field is N, the monthly thruputs should be
     provided.  Each thruput must be numeric.  A leading space is allowed
     in each thruput.  In an add transaction,  a  value of zero will be
     assumed for any blank thruput.  The sum of  the thruputs must be
     greater than or equal to 95 and less than or equal to 105.  The
     entries must be right justified.

HOURS PER DAY - COLUMNS 45-46
     Enter the number of hours during the day  in which the activity
     takes place.  The entry must be right justified.

DAYS PER WEEK - COLUMN 47
     Enter the number of days during the week  in which the activity
     takes place.

WEEKS PER YEAR - COLUMNS 48-49
     Enter the number of weeks during the year in which the activity
     takes place.  The entry must be right justified.

THRUPUT RATIO - COLUMNS 50-53
     The thruput ratio provides an indication  of how the operating
     schedule of the activity may vary from an average.  Many area source
     emissions occur infrequently and for brief  periods of time; although
     the total annual emissions averaged over the year may indicate a
     small daily output, emission levels while the  activity is operating
     are quite high.  The ratio of worst day to  average daily thruput
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     (process rate for the inventory year divided by 365 days)  gives  an
     indication of what "worst case" emissions could be.  Taking  forest
     fires as an example, the ratio of the maximum acres burned on  any
     day in which forest fires occurred (or total  acres  burned  in those
     fires divided by the number of days that the fires  burned) to  the
     average number of acres burned per day (total  acres burned in  all
     forest fires in the activity area during the inventory year, divided
     by 365) is a proper thruput ratio.  Note that the triangle on  the
     coding form indicates an implied decimal point.

MAXIMUM HOURLY THRUPUT - COLUMNS 54-63
     Enter the maximum hourly thruput of the fuel  or material used.   The
     maximum hourly thruput is expressed in units defined by the  units
     code field.  Note that the triangle on the coding form indicates an
     implied decimal  point.

DATA CONFIDENCE RATING - COLUMN 64
     Enter a user-defined code to indicate a confidence  rating  for  the
     data.  This field is used to obtain a confidence rating for  the
     emissions estimate.  The field must be numeric.  If the field  is
     blank in an add transaction, or an asterisk in a change transaction,
     a value of zero will be assumed for the field.

NITROGEN CONTENT - COLUMNS 65-67
     Enter the nitrogen content for combustion processes.  The  nitrogen
     content is indicated as a weight percentage.   Note  that the  triangle
     on the coding form indicates an implied decimal  point.

SULFUR CONTENT - COLUMNS 68-69
     Enter the sulfur content for combustion processes.   The sulfur
     content is indicated as a weight percentage.   Note  that the  triangle
     on the coding form indicates an implied decimal  point.
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     ASH CONTENT - COLUMNS 70-72
          Enter the ash content for combustion processes.   The  ash. content Is
          expressed as a weight percentage.   Note that  the  triangle  on the
          coding form indicates an implied decimal  point.

     HEAT CONTENT - COLUMNS 73-76
          Enter the heat content for combustion processes.   Units are millions
          of BTU per category.

     SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
          Enter C for county or S for suballocation.

     DISAGGREGATION TYPE - COLUMN 78
          Enter A for aggregate or D for disaggregate.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted with a 2.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).   D (delete)  is not valid for
          transaction 2.  This field must not be 'left .blank.

2.2.3  CATEGORY CARD 3

     COLUMNS 1-19
          These fields are discussed in detail for the  category card 1.

     UNIFORM HOURLY THRUPUTS - COLUMN 20
          Enter Y (yes) if hourly thruputs are uniform  (hourly  thruput fields
          should not be coded), or N (no) if hourly thruputs  are not uniform
          (hourly thruput fields should be coded).   If  this field is blank in
          an add transaction, a value of Y "will be assumed.
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HOURLY THRUPUT PERCENTAGES - COLUMNS 21-68
     For each hour, enter the percentage of the  total  daily thruput
     processed in that hour.  If the uniform hourly  thruput field is Y
     (yes), the hourly thruputs should not be entered  (a  value of 05 will
     be assumed for the thruputs for hours 0500,  1100,  1700, and 2300 and
     a value of 04 will be assumed for the thruputs  for all other hours,
     so that the sum of the thruputs will  be 100).   If  the uniform hourly
     thruput field is N (no), the hourly thruputs should  be provided.
     Each thruput must be numeric.  A leading space  is  allowed in each
     thruput.  In an add transaction, a value of zero  will be assumed for
     any blank thruput.  The sum of the thruputs  must  be  greater than or
     equal  to 95 and less than or equal  to 105.   The entries must be
     right justified.

COLUMNS 69-76
     These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
      Enter C for county or S for suballocation

DISAGGREGATION TYPE - COLUMN 78
     Enter A for aggregate or D for disaggregate.

CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
     The column is preprinted with a 3.

ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
     Enter A (add), or C (change).  D (delete) is  not valid for
     transaction 3.  This field must not be left  blank.
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.2.2/4  CATEGORY CARD-4

     COLUMNS 1-19
          These fields are discussed in:detail 'for .the category card .1.

     NEDS A7 COMMENT - COLUMNS .20-33
          .Enter the  information 'to 'be ^transmitted :on:.a NEDS 1A7 card.  The
          entry must be left justified.

     INFORMATION SOURCE .CODE - COLUMN 5.4
          Enter a user-defined.code to specify "the type of-source from which
          ;the rate information was .-received.

     INFORMATION SOURCE NARRATIVE -.COLUMNS 55-74
          Enter the  name-or a description .of 'the information source.  The
          entry must-be left justified.

     COLUMNS 75-76
          These columns are not as-signed; leave.blank.

     SUBALLOCATION TYPE - COLUMN 77
          Enter C forxounty or S for suballocation.

     DISAGGREGATION  CODE - COLUMN 78
          :Enter A for-^aggregate, D for .disaggregate.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column Is preprinted -with ~a '4.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).  D (delete) is'not valid for
          transaction 4.  This field must not.be"left blank.
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2.2.5  CATEGORY CARD 5

     COLUMNS 1-19
          These fields are discussed  in detail  for the  category card 1.

     POLLUTANT ID - COLUMNS 20-24
          Enter the SAROAD parameter  code for the  pollutant whose emissions
          are being measured.   Refer  to the AEROS  Manual Series, Volume V:
          AEROS Manual of Codes for a complete  listing  of SAROAD parameter
          codes.   The entry must be right justified,  zero filled, with no
          blanks.  The pollutant ID's for the criteria  pollutants are 11101
          (TSP),  42101 (CO),  42401  (S02), 42602 (NOX),  43101  (HC), and 12128
          (lead).
     EMISSION FACTOR - COLUMNS  25-34
          Enter statistical  average of the rate at which a pollutant is
          released into the atmosphere as a result of some activity.  The
          Federal emission factors  for each category  can be found in
          Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors, EPA  Publication No.
          AP-42.   Note that the triangle on the coding  form indicates an
          implied decimal  point.

     EMISSION FACTOR CONFIDENCE RATING - COLUMN 35
          Enter a user-defined  code to specify  confidence in  emission factor
          information.   This  field  is used in a calculation of emission
          confidence rating.  The field must be numeric.  If  the field is
          blank in an add transaction or an asterisk  in a change transaction,
          a  value of zero will  be assumed.

     EMISSION FACTOR ORIGIN - COLUMN  36
          Enter the origin of the emission factor  information.  The valid
          codes are:
               F  - Federal
               L  - Local
               S  - State
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EMISSION FACTOR SOURCE - COLUMN '3.7
     Enter a user-defined code bo further specify t'kve (origin ;of local
     emission factor information..  Leave ib'Tank for ;state- or'Red-era;! -
     origin emission factor .information..

POLLUTANT SPECIFIC .DATA - COLUMNS 38-4.7
     Enter user-defined suRpliementary in.formaition 'keyed to the pollutant
     ID code.  For instance., this field may contain .particulate size
     range information for total susp.endied ;particulate emissions (e.g.,
     it may show the percent of total emitted ^articulates with average
     diameter less than 2 microns, less than 7, and less than 10),  In
     the case of organic gas emissions, this field may contain a code
     number referencing an emission profile file.

NEDS A7 EMISSION - COLUMNS 48-54
     Enter the emissions estimate value to be used on a NEDS A7 card (for
     criteria pollutants).  The entry must ;be right justified.

POLLUTANT NAME - COLUMNS .55-69
     Enter a prose description of the pollutant.  Refer to the AEROS
     Manual Series, Volume V:  AEROS Manual of Codes for a complete list
     of pollutant names.  The field must be left justified.

COLUMNS 70-76
     These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

SUBALLOCATION TY.PE - COLUMN 77
     Enter C for county or S for suballocation.

DISAGGREGATION TYPE - COLUMN 78
     Enter A for aggregate, D for disaggregate.
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CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
     The column is preprinted with a 5.

ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
     Enter A (add), C (change), or D (delete).   This  field must  not  be
     left blank.
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2'.3:  COMMENT RECORD
          The comment record is used to record! addition-al!  infoirmatfam for a
geographic area or a process,.  Comment records; may/ be subordinate to
description records (both county and suballocation) and category records  (both
aggregate and disaggregate).

2.3.1  COMMENT CARDS 1 AND 2

     COLUMNS 1-19
          These fields are discussed in detail for the category card  1.   On a
          comment record, the subal location number, category number,  and
          disaggregate numbers should only be used i:f the  related record  is
          a suballocation, category, or disaggregate, respectively.

     LINE NUMBER - COLUMNS 20-21
          Enter a user-assigned sequential number for a comment.  The field
          must be numeric.  The line number must be nonzero for an add or
          change transaction.  A zero or blank line number is allowed for
          delete transactions and causes all lines of an E.IS/AS comment to be
          deleted.  Leading spaces are allowed.

     HALF COMMENT - COLUMNS 23-72
          Enter the left half of an EIS/AS comment on a card number 1 and a
          right half on a card number 2.  The entry must be left justified.

     COLUMNS 73-77
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     R CODE - COLUMN 78
          The column is preprinted with an R for comment record.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79                                          -
          Enter 1 for the left half comment and 2 for the  right half  comment.
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ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
Enter A (add), C (change),  or D (delete).   This  field must not be left
blank.
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2.4  NEDS A6 COMMENT RECORD
     The NEDS A6 comment record is subordinate, to a county description  record.
It contains a comment to be transmitted on a NEDS A6 card.,

2.4.1  NEDS A6 COMMENT CARD

     COLUMNS 1-9 (State, County, AQCR)
          These fields are discussed in detail  for the description card 1.

     NEDS A6 COMMENT - COLUMNS 10-77
          Enter a comment to be transmitted on a NEDS A6 card.   This  field
          should not be blank.  If this field is blank, in an add transaction,
          or if the first character of this field ts- an asterisk in a change
          transaction, a value of 'GENERATED BY EIS/AS' will  be assumed.

     N CODE - COLUMN 78
          The columir is preprinted with an N for NEDS 16 Comment record.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted with a- 0.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add), C (change), or D (delete).  This field must  not be
          left blank.
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3.0  EIS/AS Emission Factor File

     The EIS/AS emission factor file is used to insert emission factor
information into the master file transactions and to generate master file
transactions when updates to the emission factor file consists of two types  of
records:  category records and pollutant records.  Pollutant  records are
subordinate to category records and, therefore, cannot exist  in the emission
factor file without corresponding category records.

     A category record can be added to the emission  factor file by processing
a category-1 (type 1) add transaction or by processing both category-1  and a
category-2 (type 2) add transaction for the desired  category.   Note that  a
category-2 add transaction is not valid unless it is preceded by a category-1
add transaction with the same key information.

     An existing category record can be changed by processing a category-1
change transaction and/or a category-2 change transaction.

     An existing category record can be deleted from the  emission factor
file by processing a category-1 delete transaction.   A category-2 delete
transaction is not valid; all of the fields in the category record are  deleted
by the category-1 delete transaction.  Also,  a category-1  delete transaction
deletes all of the pollutant records associated with the  category record.

     A pollutant record can be added to the emission factor file by processing
a pollutant (type 3) add transaction; however, the corresponding category
record must exist in the emission factor file.  If the category record  is not
in the file,  it must be added prior to adding the pollutant record.   This can
be accomplished in the same run because the emission factor file transaction
sort program,  CSREFTR (EC0010), sorts the transactions so  that  pollutant
transactions follow their associated category transactions.
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     An existing pollutant record can be changed by processing  a  pollutant
change transaction.

     Also, an existing pollutant record can be deleted  from the emission
factor file by processing a pollutant delete transaction.   Each pollutant
delete transaction deletes a single pollutant record from  the emission factor
file.
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3.1  EMISSION FACTOR CARD 1

     STATE - COLUMNS 1-2
          Enter the state identification  code  associated with the emission
          factor.   The codes can be found in the AEROS Manual Series, Volume
          V:  AEROS Manual  of Codes,  Section 2.1.0.   The entry must be right
          justified, zero filled,  with  no blanks.

     COUNTY - COLUMNS 3-6
          Enter the four-digit code for the county or political subdivision
          (census  division for Alaska,  air pollution  control district for
          Massachusetts, or parish for  Louisiana).  The county identification
          codes are listed in the  AEROS Manual  Series, Volume V:  AEROS Manual
          of Codes, Section 2.2.0.   The entry  must be right justified, zero
          filled,  with no blanks.

     SUBALLOCATION NUMBER - COLUMNS 7-11
          The suballocation number is used to  divide  a county into smaller
          geographic areas when emission  data  is known for the smaller areas.
          This suballocation is user-defined and is not required for EIS/AS.
          Any technique may be used for the suballocation.  Enter the
          suballocation number associated with  the emission factor.  If it is
          a county transaction, leave blank (or zero  filled).  The entry must
          be right justified.
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     CATEGORY NUMBER - COLUMNS 12-14
          The category number is used to  describe the activity or process.
          Categories 001 through 064 are  reserved for NEDS.  Categories 065
          through  998 are user-defined, and Category  999 is reserved for
          totals.   Enter the category number associated with the emission
          factor.   The entry must  be  right justified, zero filled, with no
          blanks.
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CATEGORY DISAGGREGATION NUMBER - COLUMNS 15-16
     The category disaggregation number allows  the user to  refine the
     activity associated with the category.   Disaggregations  are user-
     defined.  The field should be left blank (or zero  filled)  for
     aggregate category transactions;  otherwise,  the  entry  must be  right
     justified, zero filled, with no blanks.

COLUMNS 17-23
     These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

DATE - COLUMNS 24-28
     Enter the Julian date of the transaction in  the  form YYDDD.  The
     entry must be right justified, zero filled,  with no blanks.

NITROGEN FLAG - COLUMN 29
     Enter code to indicate whether or not a  nitrogen content is to be
     used in the calculation of an estimated  emission.   The valid codes
     are:
          N - Nitrogen content used.
          Blank -Nitrogen content not  used.

SULFUR FLAG - COLUMN 30
     Enter code to indicate whether or not a  sulfur content is  to be used
     in the calculation of an estimated emission.   The  valid  codes  are:
          S - Sulfur content used.
          Blank - Sulfur content not used.

ASH FLAG - COLUMN 31
     Enter code to indicate whether or not an ash content is  to be  used
     in the calculation of an estimated emission.   The  valid  codes  are:
          A - Ash content used.
          Blank - Ash content not used.
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NITROGEN CONTENT - COLUMNS 32-34
     Enter the weight percentage amount of nitrogen for a  combustion
     process.  Note that the triangle on the coding form indicates  an
     implied decimal point.

SULFUR CONTENT - COLUMNS 35-37
     Enter the weight percentage amount of sulfur for a combustion
     process.  Note that the triangle on the coding form indicates  an
     implied decimal point.

ASH CONTENT - COLUMNS 38-40
     Enter the weight percentage amount of ash for a combustion  process.
     Note that the triangle on the coding form indicates an  implied
     decimal point.

CATEGORY DESCRIPTION - COLUMNS 41-65
     Enter a brief description of the category (or disaggregation).  The
     entry must be left justified.

COLUMNS 66-78
     These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
     The column is preprinted with a 1.

ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
     Enter A (add), C (change),  or D (delete).   This field must  not be
     left blank.
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3:.,2  EMISSION FACTOR CARD 2

     COLUMNS 1-28
          These fields are described fn detail? for card 1..

     COUNTY NAME - COLUMNS 29-48,
          Enter the name of the county.  The entry must be: left justified.

     COLUMNS 49-78
          These columns are not assigned;, leave blank.

     CARD NUMNBER - COLUMN 79
          The column is preprinted with a 2.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).   D (delete), is. not valid for card 2.
          This field: must not be left blank.

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3.3  EMISSION FACTOR CARD 3

     COLUMNS 1-16
          These fields  are described  in  detail  for card 1.

     ORIGIN - COLUMN 17
          Enter the origin of the  emission  factor information.  The valid
          codes are:
               F -  Federal
               S -  State
               L -  Local.

     SOURCE - COLUMN 18
          Enter a user-defined code to identify individual local emission
          factors.   This  code is used in conjunction with the emission factor
          origin to differentiate  between local emission factors.

     POLLUTANT ID - COLUMNS 19-23
          Enter the SAROAD parameter code for the specific pollutant whose
          emission  factor information is being  recorded.  The six codes
          recognized by EIS/AS for the criteria pollutants and lead are:
          11101 - total  suspended  particulates; 12128 - lead; 42401 - carbon
          monoxide; 42401  - sulfur dioxide; 42602 - nitrogen dioxide; and
          43101 - total  hydrocarbons.  Refer to the AEROS Manual Series,
          Volume V:  AEROS Manual  of Codes, for a complete listing of SAROAD
          parameter codes.

     DATE  - COLUMNS 24-28
          Enter the Julian date of the transaction in the form YYDDD.  The
          entry must be right justified, zero filled, with no blanks.

     EMISSION FACTOR -  COLUMNS 29-38
          Enter a statistical  average of the rate at which a pollutant is
          released  into the atmosphere as a result of the activity.  Note that
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     the triangl,e  on i'he (ood^rng f-oum indicates an implied decimal ip-omnt.
     Refer to the  AEROS 'Manual  'Series,,  'Vo'lhume W-:   AERGS Mantrai]  'of -Cotes
     for further information.

CONFIDENCE LEVEL - COLUMN  39
     Enter a user-defined  -value showing the ,reliability :of t'h:e
     .emission factor.  The field -must 'be numeric.

POLLUTANT "NAME  - COLUMNS 40-54
     Enter the  name of the pollutant.  The entry  must f>e left justified.

POLLUTANT SPECIFIC DATA -  COLUMNS  55-64
     Enter any  pollutant-related  information:.  The field is inserted into
     the master file and may be printed on reports.

COLUMNS '65-78
     These columns are not assigned;  leave ;b!ank.

CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 79
     The column is preprinted witti a  3.

ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
     Enter A (add), C  (change), or D  {delete).  This field must not be
     left blank.
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4.0  EIS/PS Master File

     The Emissions Inventory System/Point Source (EIS/PS)  master file contains
point source emission data.

     The EIS/PS master file contains four types of records:   plant,  point,
SCC, and comment.  The plant record contains general  descriptive information
pertaining to an individual plant (point source).   Plants  are defined by  a
plant ID within the county.   These ID's are assigned sequentially beginning
with 0001.

     Each plant can contain up to 1,296 emission points.   Each emission point
is defined by a point record.  Refer to AEROS Manual  Series,  Volume  II:   AEROS
User's Manual, Section 3.1.2, for a discussion of the grouping of emission
points.   NEDS point ID's are used to identify the points.  The point record
contains descriptive information on the point and its emissions, as  well  as
detailed emission information for a maximum of 16 pollutants.

     Each point record can have up to ten SCC records associated with it.
More than one SCC record can be defined for an SCC by using  the SCC  sequence
number.   The SCC record contains descriptive information  related to  the SCC as
well as  detailed emission factor information for a maximum of 16 pollutants.

     Comment records are related to emission points.   Up to  99 comments with
up to 999 lines (records) each can be used for a single point  record.  The
comment  records are 'free form text1  and can contain  permits  and registration
information as well as other comments desired for the point.   No information
from the comment records is transmitted to NEDS.

     The master file transactions allow the user to add, change, or  delete
records  on the master file.

     Records can be added to the master file subject  to the  following
restrictions:
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   Plant -   Valid 01, 02, and 03 transactions are required to  add  a
             plant record.

   Point -   A plant record must be present in the master file  before  any
             point will be accepted for that plant.  Valid 11 and 12
             transactions, and at least one valid 13 transaction, are
             required to add a point record.

   SCC  -    A point record must be present in the master file  before
             any SCC's will be accepted for that point.   Valid  21 and
             22 transactions and at least one valid 23 transaction  are
             required to add an SCC record.

   Comment - A point record must be present in the master file  before
             any comments will be accepted for that point.   A valid 30
             transaction is required to add a comment.   Any numeric
             line number can be used.

     Each transaction may be divided into three areas named identifiers,
control codes, and data fields.

     The identifiers, as the name implies, identify plant name,  geographic
location, date, etc.

                IDENTIFIERS FOR EACH CARD (NO BLANKS ALLOWED)

     Card No.                                               Columns
         1                                                  1-18, 36-41
         2                                                  1-18
         3                                                  1-18
         4                                                  1-18
        11                                                  1-20
        12                                                  1-20
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     Card No.                                                Columns

            13                                             1-25
            14                                             1-20
            21                                             1-30
            22                                             1-30
            23                                             1-37
            24                                             1-30
            25                                             1-30
            30                                             1-26

The one exception to NO BLANKS in the IDENTIFIER field concerns the City Code
on Card One, Columns 36-39.  This exception is discussed  later in  this
section.

     The control codes cause the computer program to take the action
required.

     Column           CONTROL CODES FOR EACH CARD (NO BLANKS  ALLOWED)

     78-79            Card Number     This code is preprinted on the coding 
                                      form.
        80            Action Code     A - add, C - change,  D  - delete.

All control  codes must be filled in for each card that is to  be keypunched.

     The rest of the form constitutes the data fields.  The discussion that
follows applies to the fields individually, or in groups.  The discusssion
will start with the point record transactions (cards 1 through 4)  and continue
through the comment record transactions (card 30).   Note  that any  data field
can be deleted by entering an asterisk (*) in the left-most column of the
field.

     See Appendix B for EIS/PS field tables and Appendix  D  for EIS/PS input
forms.
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4.1  PLANT RECORD
     The plant record contains information to identify and locate a  facility
that has been determined to be a point source-

4.1.1  PLANT RECORD CARD 01

     STATE - COLUMNS 1-2
          Enter the state identification code for the plant.   The codes  can be
          found in the AEROS Manual  Series, Volume V:  AEROS  Manual  of Codes,
          Section 2.1.0.  The entry must be right justified,  zero filled,
          with no blanks.
                                                   
     COUNTY - COLUMNS 3-6
          Enter the four-digit code for the county (census division  for
          Alaska, air pollution control district for Massachusetts,  or parish
          for Louisiana).  The county identification  codes are listed in the
          AEROS Manual Series, Volume V:  AEROS Manual  of  Codes,  Section
          2.2.0.   The entry must be right justified,  zero  filled, with no
          blanks.

     AQCR - COLUMNS 7-9
          Enter the Mr Duality Control Region  (AQCR) number  as found in
          the AEROS Manual  Series,  Volume V:   AEROS Manual  of Codes, Section
          2.3.0.   The entry must be right justified,  zero  filled, with no
          blanks.

     PLANT ID NUMBER - COLUMNS 10-13
          Enter the plant ID number as assigned within the county.   Plant  ID
          numbers must be unique for each plant within a county.   The state,
          county, and AQCR  codes will differentiate all  the plants with  the
          same plant ID number.  The regional  office is responsible  for
          assigning plant ID numbers, but that  responsibility may be
          delegated.  Once assigned, a plant ID should not be changed.   In
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     most cases, the simplest and most meaningful  method for assigning
     plant ID numbers is to begin with 0001 and number the plants
     sequentially up to the number of plants in the county.   However,
     some agencies prefer to assign other special  code numbers,  and this
     is acceptable.  Use of alphabetic codes or an alphanumeric
     combination for a plant ID number is also acceptable; however, care
     should be taken to ensure that, for reports,  any desired sort order
     for the plants within a county will not be disrupted by the
     assignment of alphanumeric ID's.  The sequence for sorting  is that
     alphabetic ID's follow numeric ID's.  However, alphanumeric ID's may
     fall between numeric ID's.  As examples, an ID of OOOA would follow
     0009 and precede 0010 in the sort order, A001 would follow  9999 and
     precede B001, etc.  In all cases, no blanks are allowed in  the plant
     ID number field.  Entries must be zero filled as necessary.

DATE OF RECORD - COLUMNS 14-18
     Enter the Julian date of the information recorded in the
     transaction.  The format is YYDDD, where YY represents  the  year and
     ODD represents the day.  The year (first two  characters)  must not be
     greater than the option date year.  The day must be between 000 and
     366.  The entry must be right justified, zero filled, with  no
     blanks.

CONTROL REGION - COLUMNS 19-21
     Enter any user-defined code used to identify  the state  or local
     control  area.  The entry must be left justified.

LOCAL CONTROL - COLUMNS 22-23
     This field allows the user to identify plants that  are  physically
     located in one control  region, but whose control  is under the
     jurisdiction of another control  region.  The  entry  must be  left
     justified.
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USER PLANT ID - COLUMNS 24-35
     Enter any user-defined plant source identification which  may differ
     from the NEDS conventions.   The entry must be left justified.

CITY - COLUMNS 36-39
     Enter the SAROAD code number corresponding to the city  in which the
     source is located.  Refer to the AEROS Manual Series, Volume V:
     AEROS Manual of Codes, Section 2.2.0, for a full  list of  city codes.
     If the city is not listed,  or the plant is not in a city, leave the
     field blank.  Otherwise, the entry must be right  justified, zero
     filled, with no blanks.

UTM ZONE - COLUMNS 40-41
     Enter the zone associated with the UTM (Universal  Jransverse
     ]1ercator Projection System) coordinates given for the source.  UTM
     coordinates can be obtained from USGS -maps.  The  valid  codes may  be
     found in the EIS/PS User's  Guide, Appendix A, Table A-l.   For
     further discussion, refer to the AEROS Manual Series, Volume II:
     AEROS User's Manual.  The entry must be right justified,  zero
     filled, with no blanks.

OWNERSHIP CODE - COLUMN 42
     Enter the NEDS code used to designate the type of ownership.  Values
     are:
     P - Private
     L - Local government
     S - State government
     F - Federal government
     U - Utility
     This field must not be left blank.
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     CONTACT PERSON - COLUMNS 43-57
          Enter the last name of the person responsible for the pollution
          control activity at the source.   If an individual  is  not  identified,
          a position title should be given.  The entry must be  left  justified.

     TELEPHONE - COLUMNS 58-67
          Enter the telephone number (including area code)  of the person
          listed in the contact field.   The entry must be right justified,
          zero filled, with no blanks.

     PRINCIPAL PRODUCT - COLUMNS 68-77
          Enter the principal  product produced by the plant.  The entry must
          be left justified.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          The columns are preprinted with  the card number 01.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add), C (change), or D  (delete).   This field must  not be
          blank.

4.1.2  PLANT RECORD CARD 02

     COLUMNS 1-18
          These fields are described in detail  for the plant record card 01.

     ESTABLISHMENT NAME AND ADDRESS - COLUMNS 19-66
          Enter a descriptive name for  the plant and a usable mailing address.
          This is the name and address  that is transmitted  to NEDS.   The
          entry must be left  justified.
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     NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES - COLUMNS' 67-70
          Enter the number of persons who work at the plant.  The-entry must
          be right justified.

     PROPERTY AREA - COLUMNS 71-76
          Enter the area, to the nearest tenth of an acre, of the land
          occupied by the facility.  Note'that the-triangle on the coding form
          indicates an implied decimal point.

     COLUMN 77
          This column is not assigned; leave bTank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79.
          The columns are preprinted-w-fth the? card number 02:.:

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add), or C (change.).  D  (delete1) is not valid: on a card 02.
          This field must not. be blank-.,

4.1.3  PLANT RECORD CARD 03

     COLUMNS 1-18
          These fields are described vn detail for pTant record, card 01.

     ESTABLISHMENT MAILING ADDRESS' - COLUMNS 19-66
          Enter the address to contact if it is different, than the
          establishment name and address.   The entry- must be left justified.

     COLUMNS 67-77
          These columns are not assigned';, leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          The columns, are preprinted, with the card, number 03.
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     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).   D (delete)  is not valid on  a  card  03.
          This field must not be blank.


4.1.4  PLANT RECORD CARD 04

     COLUMNS 1-18
          These fields are described in  detail  for  plant  record card  01.

     NEDS P7 PLANT COMMENT - COLUMNS 19-70
          Enter information to be transmitted on a  NEDS P7 card.  The entry
          must be left justified.

     COLUMNS 71-77
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          These columns are preprinted with  the card  number 04.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).   D (delete)  is not valid on  a  card  04.
          This field must not be blank.
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4.2  Point Record

     The point record contains emission and identifying informat.io.n: for an
individual point within a plant.

4.2.1  POINT RECORD CARD 11

     COLUMNS 1-18
          These fields are described in detail  for point record card 01.

     NEDS POINT ID - COLUMNS 19-20
          The NEDS point ID is a sequential number used to designate an
          emission point within a plant.   There cannot be any blanks in the
          field; either numbers or letters may  be. used.  Numbers will  sort
          first, beginning with 00.  For further discussion on assigning point
          ID'S, see the AEROS Manual Series, Volume II:  AEROS User's Manual,
          Section 3.1.2.

     USER POINT ID - COLUMNS 21-23
          Enter any local plant identification  which differs from the NEDS
          conventions.  The entry must be left  justified.

     SIC - COLUMNS 24-27
          Enter the Standard Industrial' Classification code associated with
          the point.  SIC codes can be found in the Standard Industrial
          Classifications Manual, 1973..  The entry must be left justified.

     IPP - COLUMNS 28-29
          Enter the ^Implementation Planning.program process (IPP) code.   Refer
          to the AEROS Manual Series, Volume V:  AEROS Manual  of Codes,
          Section 3.2.0, for a full list of IPP codes.  The entry must be
          right justified.
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UTM HORIZONTAL - COLUMNS 30-33
     Enter the horizontal (or easting) coordinate for the UTM (Universal
     Transverse Mercator Projection System) measurement of the source.
     UTM coordinates can be obtained from USGS maps.   For further
     discussion see the AEROS Manual Series, Volume II:  AEROS User's
     Manual and the EIS/PS User's Guide, Appendix A,  Table A-l.

UTM VERTICAL - COLUMNS 34-38
     Enter the vertical (or northing) coordinate for  the UTM measurement
     of the source.  UTM coordinates can be obtained  from USGS maps.  For
     further discussion see the AEROS Manual Series,  Volume II:   AEROS
     User's Manual  and the EIS/PS User's Guide, Appendix A, Table A-l.

LATITUDE - COLUMNS 39-44
     Enter the latitude of the point source.  Coordinates can be  obtained
     from a USGS map.   The field must be zero filled.

LONGITUDE - COLUMNS 45-51
     Enter the longitude of the point source.  Coordinates can be
     obtained from a USGS map.  The field must be zero filled.

ANNUAL THRUPUT - COLUMNS 52-59
     The field is divided into four three-month periods representing one
     year.  Each subfield contains the weighted percentage of the yearly
     activity for that period.  If all  activity occurs in one period,
     enter 99 for that period and zeros for the other periods.  The field
     must be numeric.   The four quarterly percentages  should add  up to
     95-105%.

OPERATING RATE - COLUMNS 60-64
     The first two  digits indicate the hours per day  of normal  operation;
     the third digit,  the days per week; and the last  two,  the weeks per
     year.  Each subfield must be right justified.
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     BOILER CAPACITY - COLUMNS -65*69
          Enter the boiler input capacity b.efore heat-.transfer.  .Units ;a re "in
          millions of BTU per hour.  .Zero should .be.used :for.points:not
          containing a boiler.  Notetthat .a-boiler Is defined .-as-a ^burner,
          firebox, or heat exchanger, .and a means .of creating .and directing
          a flow of gases through the .unit.  The .entry must-be right
          justified.

     SPACE HEAT - COLUMNS 70-72
          Enter the percentage of total -fuel used for :space'heating the plant.
          If no fuel is used for--space h.eating, enter zeros.  Note that the
          triangle on the coding form indicates an implied-decimal .point.

     COLUMNS 73-77
          Thes.e columns are not assigned; Leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          The columns are preprinted with the card number 11.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add), C (change) or D (-delete).  This -field must not be
          blank.

4.2.2  POINT RECORD CARD 12

     COLUMNS 1-20
          These fields are described in detail for plant record card 01 and
          point record card 11.

     STACK DATA - COLUMNS 21-47
          Before entering data in this field, which has six subfields, there
          are some considerations -that affect .the ent-ire field.  When several
          similar boilers that emit pollutants through separate stacks have
          .been combined, the following procedure wiTl .be used to determine the
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actual stack parameters to be recorded.  Calculate K-j for each
individual stack using the following equation:
                  KJ = OH )(Vi)(Ts1 )/(},
where:  H-j  = individual stack height, ft
        V-j  = individual gas flow rate, ft-^/min
        Tsj = individual stack temperature, F
        Q-J  = individual emission rate of any common pollutant, T/yr

Select the stack with the lowest Ki value, and enter this stack
height, diameter, temperature, and flow rate on the coding form in
the appropriate fields.  Enter in the "Comments" section, Card Six,
the total number of boilers and the total  number of stacks
combined.

If there are entries in the height, diameter, and flow rate fields,
then the plume height field should contain a single, right justified
zero to indicate nonapplicability.  Conversely, if the height,
diameter, and flow rate fields contain zeros, then there must be an
entry in the plume height field.

There are point sources that have one or more of the following
characteristics:
     1.   No clear-cut or enclosed point of emission.
     2.   No stack height (e.g., burning dumps).
     3.   A changing locus of emissions within the facility (e.g.,
          leaking valves at an oil refinery, dust from moving
          equipment in a quarry).
In such cases, the stack height, temperature, and flow rate columns
on the coding form should be marked with zeros and columns 44
through 47 completed.

The STACK HEIGHT, columns 21-24, is the vertical distance between
the point of emission and ground level.  If an estimate of stack
height must be made, that value should be rounded to the nearest 10
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fpt.  In the majority of cases, the exact location  of the discharge
of pollutants will be well defined,; there wiTl  be a  .stack or some
other enclosed, constrained, or .physically bounded area where
pollutants are emitted.  The .entry must be in feet,  right justified,
blanks allowed.

The STACK DIAMETER, columns 25-27, is the inside diameter of a  round
gas exit at the point of emission; for nonround exits, it is an
equival'ent diameter calculated from the cross-sectional  area at the
point of discharge.  Using a measured or estimated cross-sectional
area, the equivalent diameter (De) is calculated as  follows:
                      De = 1.128   A
where A is in square feet.  For another common occurrence -the
rectangular stack exit -the equivalent stack diameter must be
calculated from the total cross-sectional  area; it cannot be assumed
to be one of the linear dimensions.  The entry must  be in feet  and
tenths of feet (note that the triangle on the coding form indicates
the implied decimal point), right justified, blanks  all-owed.

The STACK TEMPERATURE, columns 28-31, of the exhaust stream at  the
stack exit is reported in degrees Fahrenheit under normal  operating
conditions.  If measured temperatures are not available,  an estimate
to the nearest 50F should be made.  If no fuel combustion is
involved in the process, and if the exhaust gas appears to be
discharged at ambient air temperatures, then record  the stack gas
temperature as 77F unless a definite value is known.   If a plume
height is entered for a source., enter 77F for cases without
combustion, and estimate the temperature for cases with combustion.
The entry must be in degrees Fahrenheit., right justified, blanks
allowed.
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The FLOW RATE, columns 32-38, is the actual exhaust-gas volume of
exhaust gas released at the operating temperature of the stack
(assume gas pressure is the same as normal  atmospheric pressure).
When two or more boilers discharge into a common stack and each
boiler is coded on a separate form, the exit-gas flow rate
corresponding to each boiler is entered on the coding form.   The
flow rate should be reported using the following order of priority
for selection:
     1.   Actual or measured under normal conditions.
     2.   Design rate.
      
     3.   Maximum rate.
The entry must be in cubic feet per minute (ft^/min), right
justified, blanks allowed.

The VELOCITY, columns 39-43, is the exhaust-gas velocity for the
point.  If the actual measurement is not available,  use the  design
or maximum value.  The entry must be in feet per minute, right-
justified, blanks allowed.

The PLUME HEIGHT, columns 44-47, is to be filled in  if the previous
spaces on stack data (except temperature) all  contain zeros.
Conversely, jjf stack height, diameter, temperature,  and flow rate
were reported, then column 47 should contain a zero.   The plume
height is a gross estimate and is used only when the source  has one
of the following characteristics:
     1.   No clear-cut enclosed point of emission (e.g., gas  leaks
          at an oil  refinery).
     2.   No stack height (e.g., burning dumps).
     3.   A mobile emission point within the facility (e.g.,
          quarry).
     4.   Pollutants released into the atmosphere at  ambient
          temperatures through diffusion (e.g., gasoline storage
          tanks).
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     Many point sources have no true stack  release  points  (whereby the
     gases are forcibly exhausted to the atmosphere from an enclosed
     area).  In such cases, columns 44 through 47 must  be  completed.  If
     there is a physically definable height above ground level  where the
     pollutants are discharged, then enter  this  value  (in  feet)  in the
     spaces.  Examples of this class are gasoline storage  tanks  and
     uncontrolled grain-drying operations where  the height of  the tank or
     dryer would be considered the plume height.  On the other hand,
     some sources, such as some quarries, burning dumps, and gas leaks at
     ground level at an oil refinery, have  no discernible  emission
     height.  In such cases, enter zero in  column 47.   Processes that-
     discharge emissions at ambient temperatures mainly through
     ground-level leakage or diffusion should also  be  considered to have
     a zero plume height.  In such cases the exhaust flow  rate entered
     in columns 32 through 38 will also be  zero.  Ground-level  emissions
     which are coded as zero plume heights  should have  an  appropriate
     temperature entered in columns 28 through 31.   Conical  refuse
     burners must have stack data entered on the coding form.   The entry
     must be in feet, right justified, no blanks allowed.

POINTS WITH COMMON STACK - COLUMNS 48-51
     Entries will be made if emission points discharge  through a common
     stack.  Enter four zeros if there is one emission  point and one
     stack.  First and most important is that the units in this
     combination MUST be numbered consecutively.  Second,  a form for
     each unit in the combination MUST be completed.  For  example, if
     plant X has 15 emission points, three  of which discharge  through a
     common stack, 15 point source input forms would be completed.  On
     three of these forms, enter indentical  stack data  for the stack
     common to the three emission points, except that  stack flow rate
     will be different on each of these three forms.  On each  of these
     three forms, also enter the lowest and highest of  the emission point
     ID numbers assigned to the emission points  with a  common  stack.
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     Let's say that of the 15 emission points in this plant,  the four  for
     emission point 04, will have a 04 in columns 19-20 and 0406 in
     columns 48-51.  The form for emission point 05 would contain 05 in
     columns 19-20 and 0406 in columns 48-51.  Point 06 would have 06  in
     columns 19-20 and 0406 in columns 48-51.  Each of the two points  so
     represented must be valid point ID's; that is, they must be all
     numbers or letters and contain no blanks.   Also, the NEDS point ID
     must not be less than the lower point nor greater than the upper
     point.

COMPLIANCE STATUS - COLUMN 52
     Enter the present status of the source under existing legislation.
     The valid codes are:
          1 - Source is in compliance with existing legislation.
          2 - Source is not in compliance, and  no variance has been
              given.
          3 - Source is not in compliance, but  a variance has been given.
          4 - Compliance status is unknown.

COMPLIANCE SCHEDULE - COLUMNS 53-56
     Enter the year and month by which the source must be in  compliance.
     This field is used for sources with  compliance status of 2 or 3 (not
     in compliance).  The field must be numeric.   The year (first  two
     characters) must not  be more than 5  years  greater than the year
     entered on the option card.

COMPLIANCE UPDATE - COLUMNS 57-62
     Enter the date (year, month, and day) of the most recent change in
     the compliance status of the source.   The  field should be blank for
     sources with compliance status of 4  (unknown).   The field must be
     numeric.  The year (first two characters)  must  not  be greater than
     the-year entered on the option card.
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     ECAP - COLUMN 63
          Enter the status of the ECAP (emergency control  action program)  for
          the source.  Valid codes are:
               0 - ECAP is not required
               1 - ECAP required but not submitted
               2 - ECAP has been submitted
               Blank - Status unknown

     CONTROL REGULATIONS - COLUMNS 64-75
          Enter the air pollution control regulations that are in effect  and
          apply to the source.  The field is currently not used by NEDS.

     COLUMNS 76-77
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          The columns are preprinted with the card number  12.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).  D (delete) is not  valid on card 12.
          This field must not be blank.

4.2.3  POINT RECORD CARD 13

     COLUMNS 1-20
          These fields are described in detail  for plant record card  01 and
          point record card 11.

     POLLUTANT ID - COLUMNS 21-25
          Enter the SAROAD parameter code for the pollutant whose emissions
          are being measured.  Refer to the AEROS Manual Series, Volume V:
          Manual  of Codes for a listing of SAROAD parameter codes.  The entry
          must be right justified, zero filled, with  no blanks.   The  pollutant
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     ID'S for the criteria pollutants and lead are 11101  (TSP),  42101
     (CO), 42401 (S02), 42602 (NOX), 43101 (HC),  and 12128 (lead).

CONTROL EQUIPMENT COST - COLUMNS 26-32
     Enter the annual  cost of maintenance and operation of pollution
     control equipment (in dollars).  Note that the triangle  on  the
     coding form indicates an implied decimal point.

PRIMARY CONTROL EQUIPMENT - COLUMNS 33-35
     Primary control  equipment is any device whose main purpose  is
     reducing emissions of a pollutant and is reported as  a primary
     control using the codes listed in the AEROS  Manual Series,  Volume  V,
     Section 3.3.0.  When none of the equipment codes appear  to  be
     applicable, choose the code that most nearly resembles the  actual
     equipment and include a comment on card 14.   Only control devices
     that reduce the uncontrolled emissions normally associated  with
     the process should be reported.  Do not report equipment that is a
     normal  part of the source activity even though the quantity of the
     pollutants emitted may be reduced.  For example, the  recovery system
     for coke by-product gases of a coke oven should not be reported as
     pollution control  equipment for hydrocarbons.   Enter  the appropriate
     code or leave the field blank.  For control  equipment, enter the
     code.  For no control equipment, zero fill.   If status is unknown,
     leave blank.  The entry must be right justified.

SECONDARY CONTROL EQUIPMENT - COLUMNS 36-38
     Secondary control  equipment is a device following, in a  series,
     another device designed to remove the same pollutant.  For  example,
     a  settling chamber (or gravity collector)  for removing large
     particles is often followed by an electrostatic precipitator.  The
     precipitator should be reported as secondary control  equipment.  A
     device  installed  primarily for removal  of one pollutant  may also
     remove  another pollutant.   In this case the  code for  the control
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     device would be entered as primary control  equipment for the
     pollutant it is intended to remove and as secondary equipment  for
     the pollutant which it incidentally removes.   When this  situation
     occurs, the control dev.ice would be entered in the secondary control
     field with a zero entered in the primary control  field for the
     pollutant which is incidentally removed.  Enter the appropriate  code
     or leave the field blank.  For control equipment, enter the code.
     For no control equipment, zero fill.  If status is unknown, leave
     blank.  The entry must be right justified.

ESTIMATED CONTROL EFFICIENCY - COLUMNS 39-41
     The overall collection efficiencies in weight percentage of all
     control equipment at the source.  Assume that the pollutant load
     entering the control equipment is the normal, uncontrolled quantity
     for that specific process.  Note that the triangle on the coding
     form indicates an implied decimal point.

ESTIMATED EMISSIONS - COLUMNS 42-48
     Enter the annual, controlled emissions from the point source in  tons
     per year.  Only values of 25,000 tons or less per year are valid.
     Values between 25,001 and 800,000 tons per year cause a  conditional
     message to be printed but are accepted.  Values above 800,000  are
     rejected.  The entry must be right justified.

MEASURED EMISSIONS - COLUMNS 49-55
     Enter the actual measured annual, controlled  emissions in tons per
     year.  The entry must be right justified.

ALLOWABLE EMISSIONS - COLUMNS 56-62
     Enter the maximum emissions, in tons per year, that the  source is
     legally allowed to discharge into the atmosphere.  Values above
     25,000 will cause a conditional diagnostic  message to be printed.
     The entry must be right justified.
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EMISSIONS UNITS - COLUMN 63
     This field is not used at present; in the future this field will
     allow emissions to be coded in units other than the NEDS units.

ESTIMATION METHOD - COLUMN 64
     Enter the method used to ascertain the estimated emissions.  The
     valid codes are:
          0 - Not applicable (emissions are negligible)
          1 - Stack test results or other emission measurement
          2 - Material balance
          3 - Calculated emissions using the Federal emission factor
          4 - Guess
          5 - Calculated emissions using a special emission factor other
              than that given for the SCC
          6 - New construction, not yet operational
          7 - Facility closed, operations ceased

TEST METHOD - COLUMN 65
     Enter any user-defined code for the method used to ascertain  the
     measured emissions.  The field must be numeric.

COLUMNS 66-77
     These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
     The columns are preprinted with the card number 13.

ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
     Enter A (add),  C (change), or D (delete).   This field must  not be
     blank.
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4.2.4  POINT RECORD CARD 14

     COLUMNS 1-20
          These fields are described in detail  for.plant  record card 01 and
          point record card 11.

     NEDS P7 POINT COMMENT - COLUMNS ,21-72
          Enter information to be transmitted on a  NEDS P7 card.  The entry
          must be left justified.

     COLUMNS 73-77
          These columns are not  assigned;  leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          The columns are preprinted with  the card  number 14.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add), or C (change). D (delete)  is not valid on a card 14.
          This field must not be blank.
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4.3  SCC RECORD
     The SCC record contains emission factor and identifying  information for
an individual  machine process for a point.

4.3.1  SCC RECORD CARD 21

     COLUMNS 1-20
          These fields are described in detail  for plant  record card 01 and
          point record card 11.

     SCC - COLUMNS 21-28
          The ^purce Classification Code (SCC)  identifies  the type of
          combustion or process.   The code  is an eight-digit  number divided
          into four levels (I,  II,  III, and IV)  to assist  in  determining and
          entering the correct  process definition.   Refer  to  the AEROS Manual
          Series, Volume V:   AEROS  Manual of Codes,  Section 2.7.0, for the SCC
          codes.   A maximum of  15 SCC's may be  used  to  describe a point.  The
          entry must be right justified, zero filled, with no blanks.

     SCC SEQUENCE NUMBER - COLUMNS  29-30
          This field allows  the  user to specify  duplicate  SCC's for a given
          point.   If only  one record is needed  for an SCC, the SCC sequence
          number should be 00.   Additional  records should  be  numbered.  The
          entry must be right justified, zero filled with  no  blanks.

     BEC - COLUMNS 31-35
          The  first three  characters indicate the basic equipment
          classification code.   The last two characters are used to number
          units at the same  source.   The field must  be  numeric.  A listing
          of BEC  codes can be found in the  Air  Pollution Manual of Coding:  A
          Coding  System for  Identification  of Basic  Equipment and Control
          Devices Used in  Industrial  Processes,  Peter Loquercio and Stanley,
          U.S.  Dept.  of HEW,  Public Health  Service,  National  Center for Air
          Pollution Control,  1968.

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FUEL UNITS - COLUMN 36
     This field is not used at the present time.   Future expansion  of the
     system will allow the user to specify the fuel  process  rate  in units
     other than the NEDS units.

FUEL, PROCESS, SOLID WASTE OPERATING RATE - COLUMNS  37-43
     Enter the average annual  fuel, process, or solid  waste  operating
     rate.  The emission factor file prescribes the  units to be used for
     each SCC.  The entry must be right justified.

MAXIMUM DESIGN RATE - COLUMNS 44-50
     Enter the maximum hourly design rate of the  most  important process
     equipment, or the upper operating limit that generally  would not be
     exceeded in normal practice.  Units are the  NEDS  units  for the SCC
     for the process, expressed as an hourly rate.   Note that the
     triangle on the coding form indicates an implied  decimal  point.

SULFUR CONTENT - COLUMNS 51-53
     Enter the sulfur content for combustion processes,  indicated as a
     weight percentage.  Note that the triangle on the coding form
     indicates an implied decimal point.

ASH CONTENT - COLUMNS 54-56
     Enter the ash content for combustion processes.   The ash content is
     indicated as a weight percentage.  Note that the  triangle on the
     coding form indicates an implied decimal point.

HEAT CONTENT - COLUMNS 57-61
     Enter the heat content for combustion processes,  specified in
     millions of BTU per SCC.   The entry must be  right justified.
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     ASH-SULFUR ORIGIN - COLUMN 62
          Enter the origin of the emission factor information  related  to the
          SCC.  This should match the EMF origin on SCC  Record card  23.  The
          valid codes are:
          F -Federal
          S -  State
          L -  Local

     ASH-SULFUR SOURCE - COLUMN 63
          Enter any user-defined code to specify individual  local  emission
          factor information.  This  should match the EMF source on SCC Record
          card 23.   The value 'H1  is used to  indicate that the emission is
          hand calculated and that no emission  factor insertion should take
          place.

     COLUMNS 64-77
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER -  COLUMNS 78-79
          The  columns are preprinted with the card  number 21.

     ACTION CODE -  COLUMN 80   ,
          Enter A (add), C (change), or D (delete).   This field must not be
          blank.

4.3.2  SCC RECORD CARD 22

     COLUMNS 1-30
          These fields are described in detail  for  plant  record card 01, point
          record card 11, and SCC  record card 21.

     CONFIDENTIALITY - COLUMN 31
          Enter a code which indicates  whether  or not  data for this  source is
          considered confidential; that is, not to  be  released to  the public.
          The  codes are:
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               1 - Source is confidential.
               2 - Source is not confidential.

     SOURCE CODE - COLUMN 32
          Enter a code which identifies the process category  for the  SCC.   The
          val id codes are:
          B - Boiler
          P - Process
          C - Other combustion unit
          S - Solid waste

     SOURCE DESCRIPTION - COLUMNS 33-57
          Enter a brief description of the source.   This  field  can  also  be
          used for comments.  The field must be coded for SCC's ending in 97,
          98, or 99.  The entry must be left justified.

     COLUMNS 58-77
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          The columns are preprinted with the card  number 22.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).  D (delete)  is not valid on  card  22.
          This field must not be blank.

4.3.3  SCC RECORD CARD 23

     COLUMNS 1-30
          These fields are described in detail for  plant  record card  01, point
          record card 11, and SCC record card 21.
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EMF ORIGIN - COLUMN 31
     Enter the origin of the emission factor information.   This should
     match the ash-sulfur source on card 21.  The valid codes are:
          F - Federal
          S - State
          L - Local

EMF SOURCE - COLUMN 32
     Enter a user-defined code to specify individual  local  emission
     factor information.  This should match the ash-sulfur source on  card
     21.  The value 'H1 is used to indicate that the  emission is hand
     calculated and that no emission factor insertion should take place.

POLLUTANT ID - COLUMNS 33-37, 49-53
     Enter the SAROAD parameter code for the pollutant whose emission
     factor information is being recorded.   Refer to  the AEROS Manual
     Series, Volume V:  AEROS Manual of Codes for a listing of SAROAD
     parameter codes.  The entry must be right justified,  zero filled,
     with no blanks.  The pollutant ID's used for the criteria pollutants
     and lead are 11101 (TSP), 42101 (CO),  42401 (S02), 42602 (NOX),
     43101 (HC), and 12128 (lead).

EMISSION FACTOR - COLUMNS 38-46, 54-62
     Enter statistical average of the rate  at which a pollutant is
     released into the atmosphere as a result of some activity.   The
     emission factors for each SCC can be found in the Compilation of Air
     Pollutant Emission Factors, EPA Publication No.  AP-42.   Note that
     the triangle on the coding form indicates an implied  decimal point.

ASH-SULFUR CODE - COLUMNS 47, 63
     Enter the code which indicates whether or not the ash  or sulfur
     contents are to be used in the calculation of the estimated
     emissions.  The valid codes are:
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               A - Ash
               S - Sulfur
               Blank - neither

     EMF UNITS - COLUMNS 48, 64
          This field is not used at present; in the future this  field  will
          allow emission factors to be coded in units  other than the NEDS
          units.

     COLUMNS 65-77
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          Th.e columns are preprinted with the card number 23.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add), C (change), or D (delete). This field  must not be
          blank.

4.3.4  SCC RECORD CARD 24

     COLUMNS 1-30
          These fields are described in detail  for plant record  card 01, point
          record card 11, and SCC record card 21.

     NEDS P7 SCC COMMENT - LEFT HALF COLUMNS 31-5:6
          Enter information to be transmitted on the left half of the  NEDS P7
          card.  The entry must be left justified.

     COLUMNS 57-77
          These columns are not assigned; leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          The columns are preprinted with the card number 24.

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     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
          Enter A (add)  or C (change).   D (delete)  is  not  valid on card 24.
          This field must not be blank.

4.3.5  SCC RECORD CARD 25
     COLUMNS 1-30
          These fields are described  in  detail  for plant  record card 01, point
          record card 11,  and  SCC  record card 21.

     NEDS P7 SCC COMMENT - RIGHT HALF -  COLUMNS 31-56
          Enter information to be  transmitted on the right half of the NEDS P7
          card.  The entry must be left  justified.

     COLUMNS 57-77
          These columns are not assigned;  leave blank.

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
          The columns are  preprinted  with  the card  number 25.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN  80
          Enter A (add) or C (change).   D  (delete)  is not valid on a card 25.
          This field must  not  be blank.
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4.4  COMMENT RECORD
     The comment record contains any information the user might  wish  to  keep
in his file which is not found on the other records, such as  permits  and
registration information.

4.4.1 .COMMENT RECORD CARD 30

     COLUMNS 1-20
          These fields are described in detail  for plant record  card  01  and
          point record card 11.

     P&R SEQUENCE NUMBER - COLUMNS 21-22
          The P&R sequence number identifies a  comment for a  point.   Each
          point can have up to 99 comments, which are numbered sequentially by
          a P&R sequence number.  Each comment  can contain up to 999  lines,
          which are identified by a P&R line number (see the  following field
          description).  Comments are added and/or changed by line  number.
          Individual lines can be deleted,  or an entire comment  can be deleted
          by specifying a P&R line number of 000.  The entry  must be  right
          justified, zero filled, with no blanks.

     P&R LINE NUMBER - COLUMNS 23-25
          Each point can have up to 99 comments, which are identified by a P&R
          sequence number.  Each of those comments can .contain up to  999
          lines, which are identified by a PAR  line number.   Each line of
          comment is an individual record in the EIS/PS master file and  can be
          added, changed, or deleted.  Lines .are numbered .sequentially within
          an individual comment (P&R sequence number).  The entry must be
          right justified, zero filled., with no blanks.

     L/R (COMMENT FLAG) - COLUMN 26
          Enter an L for left or R for right half of a comment line.  Each
          half contains 51 characters.
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HALF COMMENT - COLUMNS 27-77
     Enter information to be contained in the comment record.   The  entry
     must be left justified.

CARD NUMBER - COLUMNS 78-79
     The columns are preprinted with the card number 30.

ACTION CODE - COLUMN 80
     Enter A (add), C (change), or D (delete).   This field must  not
     be blank.
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5.0  EIS/PS Emission Factor Files

     The EIS/PS emission factor file is used to insert emission  facator
information into the master file transactions a:nd to generate master file
transactions when updates to the emission factor information  is  needed.

     The emission factor description file is used to provide  supplementary
description information on the emission factor file report.

     Transaction types 1, 2, and 3 are used for updatin.g the  emission factor
description file, and type-4 transactions are used for updating  the  emission
factor file.  Therefore, the following transactions are required to  add a new
SCC to the files:  one type-1 transaction, one type-2 transaction, one type-3
transaction, and one or more type-4 .transactions.  A maximum  of  17 type-4
(pollutant) transactions is allowed by the program:, the first of which must
contain a zero pollutant ID.  The type-4 .transaction containing  the  zero
pollutant ID allows the user to enter the ash and; sulfur contents for the
specified SCC.  This transaction is automaticalTy generated by PCVNEEF
(EP0020) when converting NEDS transactions to EIS/PS emission factor file
transactions; however, the user is required to enter the values  for  ash and
sulfur contents since the NEDS transactions do not contain this  information.
Whether generated by PCVNEEF (EP0020) or supplied by the user, this  type-4
transaction must be present to add a new SCC to- the .files.

     Changing data in existing emission factor description file  records
requires a type-1, type-2, or type-3 transaction,, depending: on the data being
changed.  Also, any combination of the three can be used to change data; in a
record.  Any data field can be changed, except the k:ey field  (the SCC number)..
However, the control date field is changed, by PIMEFAC, (EP0040) only  if the
d-ate of the transaction is greater than the control date of the  emission
factor description file record.

     Changing data in: an existing emission factor file record requires a
type-4 transaction.  Any data can be changed,, except the key  fields  (the SCC
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number, the origin, the source type, the pollutant ID,  and the record  date).
However, the control date field of the record- (not to be confused  with the
record date field, which contains the record's creation date)  is changed  by
PEMEFAC (EP0040) only if the transaction date is greater than  the  control
date.

     Data fields in the emission factor description file records or the
emission factor file records will not be changed if the corresponding  data
fields on the change transactions are blank.

     Deleting an SCC from the emission factor description file and the
emission factor file requires a type-1 delete transaction.   This will  cause
the description record and all pollutant records associated with the specified
SCC to be deleted from their respective files.   Type-2  and type-3  delete
transactions are invalid and will be rejected by the program.

     Deleting a single pollutant record from  the emission factor file  requires
a type-4 delete transaction.  However, a type-4 delete  transaction containing
a zero pollutant ID is invalid and will be rejected by  the program.  The  only
way to delete an emission factor file record  that contains a pollutant ID of
zero is to delete the entire SCC by submitting a type-1 delete transaction for
that SCC.
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5.1  EMISSION FACTOR TRANSACTIQNi CARP TYPE 1

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN  1.
          This column  is preprinted w^tth-. the card; number 1.

     ACTION: CODE - COLUMN.  2                                         .
          Enter A  (add), C (change.)., or D (delete:)..  Thrs; field should not  be
          left blank.

     SCC. NUMBER - COLUMNS  3-10
          Enter the: source classification! code number that describes the
          process.  Refer  to the AEROS: Manual  Series;, Volume; V:  AEROS
          Manual of Codes, Section 3.7.0, for-SCC numbers..  The: entry
          must be  right justified, zero filled,, with no: bl'anks.

     COLUMNS 11-17
          These fields are not assigned:- leaver blank.

     DATE - COLUMNS 18-22
          Enter the Julian date of the: trransact.ioni iln; the; form YYDDD.  The
          entry must be right  justified!,, zero1 fil;Ted,: with; no blanks,.

     NEDS CATEGORIES - COLUMNS 23-73-
          Enter information pertaining; to1 the process; associated with  a given
          SCC.  The field  is divided into 4 subfieTds each' of which is 17
          characters in length.  The. 4 subfields. contain descriptions,  of the 4
          parts of the SCC number.  The. fourth, sub.fieTd: is on card 2..  Refer
          to the AEROS Manual  Series,, Volume- Vc  AEROS. Manual of Codes.,,
          Section 3.7.0:,, for the given SCC..  The fields must be.1 left
          justified.

     COLUMNS 74-80
          These columns are not used;- leaver blank.
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5.2  EMISSION FACTOR  TRANSACTIONS  CARD TYPE 2

     CARD NUMBER -  COLUMN  1
          This column is preprinted  with the card  number 2.

     ACTION CODE -  COLUMN  2
          Enter A (add) or C  (change).  D  (delete) is not valid on card 2.
          This field  should not  be left blank.

     COLUMNS 3-39
          These fields are described in detail for card 1.

     UNITS DESCRIPTION - COLUMNS 40-74
          Enter information pertaining to  the unit of measure code which
          describes the units  in which the emission factor is calculated.
          Refer to  the AEROS'Manual  Series, Volume V:  AEROS Manual of Codes,
          Section 3.7.0, for the given SCC.  The entry must be left justified.
          Characters  1 to  35 are entered on card 2 and characters 36 to 69 are
          entered on  card  3.

     COLUMNS 75-80
           These columns are not assigned; leave blank.
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5.3  ;EMISSION FACTOR TRANSACTION  CARD TYRE  3

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN  1
          This column is preprinted with  the  card -number 3.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN  2
          Enter A (add) or C .(change).  D (delete)  is not valid on card 3.
          This field should not be left blank..

     COLUMNS 3-22
          These fields are described 1;n detail  for  iEmission  Factor Transaction
          card type 1.


     UNITS DESCRIPTION - COLUMNS  23-56
          The second !ha'lf  of the  UNITS DESCRIPTION  TafonTraitton  a:s described in
          detail for Emission  Factor Transactions card  type  2.,  columns -40-74
          are entered here~

     COLUMNS 57-80
          These columns are not assii'fneoi.; l-ea,ve Ib'ilsmk..

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5.4  EMISSION FACTOR TRANSACTIONS CARD TYPE 4

     CARD NUMBER - COLUMN 1
          This column is  preprinted  with the card number 4.

     ACTION CODE - COLUMN 2
          Enter A (add),  C (change),  or D (delete).   This field  should  not be
          left blank.

     SCC NUMBER - COLUMNS 3-10
          Enter the source classification code number that describes the
          process.  Refer to the AEROS Manual  Series,  Volume V:   AEROS  Manual
          of Codes, Section  3.7.0, for SCC numbers.   The entry must be  right
          justified, zero filled, with no blanks.

     ORIGIN - COLUMN 11  .
          Enter the origin of the emission factor information.   The valid
          codes are:  F - Federal
                      S - State
                      L - Local

     SOURCE - COLUMN 12
          Enter a user-defined code  to specify individual  local  emission
          factor information.

     POLLUTANT ID - COLUMNS  13-17
          The SAROAD parameter code  of the pollutant  whose emissions are being
          measured.  Refer to the AEROS Manual  Series, Volume V:  AEROS Manual
          of Codes for a  listing of  SAROAD parameter  codes.  The entry  must be
          right justified, zero  filled, with no blanks.   The pollutant  ID's
          used for the criteria  pollutants are 11101  (TSP), 42101 (CO), 42401
          (S02), 42602 (NOX), 43101  (HC),  and  12128  (lead).
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DATE - COLUMNS  18-22.
     Enter the  Julian  date  of  the  transaction in the form YYDDD.   The.
     entry must be  right  justified,  zero fill.Ted;, with' no. blanks;.

POLLUTANT NAME  - COLUMNS  23-42
     Enter the  actual  name  or  the  chemical:  representation of the
     pollutant  referred to;  by  the  pollutant ID.,  Refer to the AEROS
     Manual Series,  Volume  V:   AEROS Manual of Codes..   The field must be
     left justified.

NEDS V FLAGS -  COLUMNS 43-4,4
     This field ts  reserved for future  use.; leave blank.

ASH FLAG - COLUMN 45
     Enter the  code  to indicate whether or rrot the ash- content is to be
     used; in. the calculation of the:  estimated; emissions..   The vaTid codes
     are:  A1 -  Ash content  to,  be used Bliank. - Ash; content not, to  be used;

SULFUR FLAG - COLUMN. 46
     Enter the  code  to indicate whether or not tie- sulfur content is to>
     be used in the  calculation1 of tire;  estimated; emissions..  The valid-
     codes are:
          S -Sulfur  content to: be  used:
          Blank -Sulfur content not  t.o>  be used

UNIT OF MEASURE - COLUMNS 47-48
     This field is not used at  present;  in:  tte future  this field will
     allow emission  factors to  be  coded  in  uaiits other than: the NEDS
     units.  Leave blank..

EMISSION FACTOR; - COLUMNS 49-57
   ,  Enter a statistica-l  average of  the rate at wMctv a pollutant ts
     released into the atmosphere  as  a  result of some  activity.   The
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     field must be numeric.  The emission factors for each SCC can be
     found in Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors,  EPA
     Publication No. AP-42.  Note that the triangle on the coding form
     indicates an implied decimal point.

ASH CONTENT - COLUMNS 58-60
     Enter a weight percentage which indicates the ash content for
     combustion processes.   Note that the triangle on the coding form
     indicates an implied decimal point.

SULFUR CONTENT - COLUMNS 61-63
     Enter a weight percentage which indicates the sulfur content for
     combustion processes.   Note that the triangle on the coding form
     indicates an implied decimal point.

CONTROL DEVICE EFFICIENCY - COLUMNS 64-66
     Enter the overall  collection efficiencies in weight percentage of
     all control equipment  at the source.  Assume that the pollutant
     load entering the  control  equipment  is the normal, uncontrolled
     quantity for that  specific process.   Note that the triangle on the
     coding form indicates  an implied decimal  point.

CONFIDENCE LEVEL - COLUMN 67
     Enter a user-defined vafue to show the reliability of the emission
     factor.  The field must be numeric.

COLUMNS 68-80
     These fields are not assigned; leave blank.
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                                      Appendi x~. A-\
                          ETS7AT Transact i on-: FreTd* Tab,! es.
     The-following symbols are  us'ed  in-aOtabtles: ihnAppendtx1. A:
R - Requi red
Bla'rik -" Optional
X -- Not' ail 1 owed
N - Numeric
A - Alphanumeric
*' Field can be
  deleted  with *
C - Required,  but not'mandatory  (condit-fonaiP)'
W - Req'ui red,  but not mandatory  (warnfng;)"

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Table A-l.   DESCRIPTION - CARD 1
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
DATE
AIR BASIN
SMSA
GEOGRAPHIC
NAME
MAJOR ACTIVITY
ASSOCIATED
PLANT ID
SIP BASE YEAR
PROJECTED YEAR
RURAL
POPULATION
PERCENTAGE
SUBALLOCATION
TYPE
G CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 19
20 - 22
23 - 26
27 - 46

47-66
67 - 70

71 - 72
73 - 74
75 - 76


77

78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

5
3
4
20

20
4

2
2
2


1

1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
N
A
A

A
A

N
N
N


A

A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R

R












R

R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R














R

R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R


X
X
X

X
X

X
X
X


R

R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE






*
*
*

*
*

*
*
*







              81

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Table A-2.  DESCRIPTION - CARD 2
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
POPULATION
AQCR NAME
SUBALLOCATION
TYPE
G CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - .2
3-6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 22
23 - 76
.77

78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

8
54
1

1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
A ;
A

A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R



R

R
R
R
CHANGE
:R
R :
R
R



R

R
R
R
DELETE
R '.
R
R
R

X
X
R

R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE





*
*





              82

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                      Table A-3.  DESCRIPTION - CARD 3
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
SUBALLOCATION
TECHNIQUE
SUBALLOCATION
TECHNIQUE
DESCRIPTION
DEFINED AREA
CODE
SULFUR CONTENTS
ANTHRACITE COAL
BITUMINOUS COAL
DISTILLATE OIL
RESIDUAL OIL
ASH CONTENTS
ANTHRACITE COAL
BITUMINOUS COAL
UTM COORDINATES
ZONE

HORIZONTAL

VERTICAL

RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 16

17 - 36


37-39

40 - 47
40 - 41
42 - 43
44 - 45
46 - 47
48 - 53
48 - 50
51-53
54 - 75
54 - 55
65 - 66
56 - 59
67 - 70
60 - 64
71 - 75
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

2

20


3


2l
21
21
21

31
31

2
2
41
4!
- 51
51
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

A

A


N


N
N
N
N

N
N

N
N
N
N
N
N
ADD
R
R
R
R























CHANGE
R
R
R
R























DELETE
R
R
R
R

X

X


X


X
X
X
X

X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
FIELD
DELETE





*

*


*


*
*
*
*

*
*

*
*
*
*
*
*
one-digit decimal position is assumed.
                                    83

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TABLE A-3.  .DESCRIPTION  - CARD  3
FIELD NAME
FILLER
SUBALLOCATION
TYPE
6 CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
76
77

78
79
80
LENGTH
1
1

1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
NOT U!
A

A
N
A
ADD
IED
R .

,R
R
R
CHANGE

R

R
R
R
DELETE

R
I
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE






              84

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                         Table A-4.  DESCRIPTION - CARD 4
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
UTM COORDINATES
ZONE



HORIZONTAL



VERTICAL



SOURCE TYPE
LENGTH OR AREA
LENGTH/AREA UNITS
CODE
SUBALLOCATION TYPE
G CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3 - 6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 58
15 - 16
26 - 27
37 - 38
48 - 49
17 - 20
28 - 31
39 - 42
50 - 53
21 - 25
32 - 36
43-47
54 - 58
59
60 - 66
67 - 68

77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5


2
2
2
2
A X
A i
41
A X
51
51
51
51
1
72
2

1
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N


N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N -
A

A
A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R


















R
R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R


















R
R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R


X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
. X
X
X

R
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE






*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*





'A one-digit decimal position is assumed.
^A two-digit decimal position is assumed.
                                       85

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Table A-5.  DESCRIPTION - CARD 5
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
SIP ESTIMATES
TSP
S02
NOX
HC 
CO
; SUBALLOCATION. TYPE
.G CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 37
15 - 19
20 - 23
24 - 27
28 - 32
33-37
77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
; 3
5


5
4
4
5
5
; l
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
; N
N


N
N
N
N
N
A
A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
; R







R
R
R
' R
CHANGE
I R
! R
: R
R







R
R
R
R
DELETE
R.
R
R
R


X
X
X
X
X
R
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE






*
*
*
*
*




              86

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Table A-6.  DESCRIPTION - CARD 6
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
SUBCARD NUMBER
POPULATION CODE
GAS FUEL, LIGHT
VEHICLES
GAS FUEL, HEAVY
VEHICLES
DIESEL FUEL, HEAVY
VEHICLES
VEHICLE MILES,
LIMITED ACCESS
VEHICLE MILES,
RURAL
VEHICLE MILES,
SUBURBAN
VEHICLE MILES,
URBAN
SUBALLOCATION TYPE
G CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3 - 6
7-9
10 - 14

15
16
17 - 23

24 - 29

30 - 35

36 - 41

42 - 47

48 - 53

54 - 60

77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

1
1
7

6

6

6

6

6

7

1
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
N
N

N

N

N

N

N

N

A
A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R

















R
R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R

















R
R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R


X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

R
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE






*
*

*

*

*

*

*

*





              87

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Table ,A-7.   DESCRIPTION- - 'CARD"I
FIELD NAME
.STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUB ALLOCATION
NUMBER
POLLUTANT ID
POLLUTANT ID
POLLUTANT NAME
POLLUTANT NAME
ATTAINMENT STATUS
ATTAINMENT STATUS
AQMA NUMBER
AQMA NUMBER
SUB-ALLOCATION TYPE
G CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
"7-9
10 - 14

. 15 - 19
43 - 47
20 - 34
48 - 62
35
63
:3.6 - 41
64 - 69
77
78
79
80
LENGTH
-2
4
"3
V5 ;

"5
:5
.15
.1-5
.1
1
6
:e
.1
1
:i
i
-.NUMERIC
*
.N
'N
;N

N
N
vA
A
A
-A
A
A
A
A
N
-A
.ADD
'R :'''
;R .-
"R J:
^R ;'.

R '
(R) .






:R :
-R i
R
:R
'CHANGE
R
R
R
-R

R
(R)






fi
R
R
R
DELETE
>R
'R
;R
R

R
00
X
'X
X
X
X
X
R
R
R
R
"FIELD .
/DELETE







*
*
*
-*
*
*




              .88

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Table A-8.   CATEGORY - CARD 1
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
CATEGORY NUMBER
CATEGORY DISAGGRE-
GATION NUMBER
CATEGORY
DESCRIPTION
YEAR OF INFORMATION
PROCESS RATE
CATEGORY ADJUSTMENT
VALUE
UNITS CODE
UNITS CODE
DESCRIPTION
SUBALLOCATION TYPE
DISAGGREGATION TYPE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3 - 6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 17
18-19

20 - 44

45 - 46
47 - 55
56 - 62

63 - 64
65 - 76

77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

3
2

25

2
9
7

2
12

1
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
N

A

N
N
N

N
A

A
A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R

R
R










R
R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R

R
R










R
R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R

R
R

X

X
X
X

X
X

R
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE








*

*
*
*

*
*





            89

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                        Table A-9.   CATEGORY - CARD  2
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
CATEGORY NUMBER
CATEGORY DISAGGRE-
GATION NUMBER
UNIFORM MONTHLY
THRUPUTS
MONTHLY THRUPUT
PERCENTAGE
HOURS PER DAY
DAYS PER WEEK
WEEKS PER YEAR
THRUPUT RATIO
MAXIMUM HOURLY
THRUPUT
DATA CONFIDENCE
RATING
NITROGEN CONTENT
SULFUR CONTENT
ASH CONTENT
HEAT CONTENT
SUBALLOCATION TYPE
DISAGGREGATION TYPE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3 - 6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 17
18 - 19

20

21 - 44

45 - 46
47
48 - 49
50 - 53
54 - 63

64

65 - 67
68 - 69
70 - 72
73 - 76
77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

3
2

1

24

2
1
2
41
102

1

32
21
31
4
1
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
N

A

N

N
N
N
N
W

N

N
N
N
N
A
A
N
A
ADD
R ,
R :
R
R ;

R
R

W









W





R
R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R

R
R

















R
R
R
R
'DELETE
R
R
R
R

R
R



X

X
X
X
X
X

X

X
X
X
X
R
R
R
 R
FIELD
.DELETE










*

*
*
*
*
*

*

*
*
*
*




one-digit decimal position is assumed.
three-digit decimal position is assumed.
                                    90

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Table A-10.  CATEGORY - CARD 3
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
CATEGORY NUMBER
CATEGORY DISAGGRE-
GATION NUMBER
UNIFORM HOURLY
THRUPUTS
HOURLY THRUPUT
PERCENTAGES
SUBALLOCATION TYPE
DISAGGREGATION TYPE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 17
18 - 19

20

21 - 68

77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

3
2

1

48

1
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
N

A

N

A
A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R

R
R

W



R
R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R

R
R





R
R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R

R
R

X

X

R
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE








*

*





             91

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Table A-ll.  CATEGORY - CARD 4
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
CATEGORY NUMBER
CATEGORY DISAGGRE-
GATION NUMBER
NEDS A7 COMMENT
INFORMATION SOURCE
CODE
INFORMATION SOURCE
NARRATIVE
SUBALLOCATION TYPE
DISAGGREGATION TYPE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7-9
10 - 14

15 - 17
18 - 19

20-53
54

55 - 74

77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

3
2

34
1

20

1
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
N

A
A

A

A
: A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R

R
R






R :
. R
' R :
R
.CHANGE
R
R
R
R

R
R






R
; R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R

R
R

X
X

X

R
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE








*
*

*




i
             92:

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                       Table A-12.  CATEGORY - CARD  5
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
CATEGORY NUMBER
CATEGORY DISAGGRE-
GATION NUMBER
POLLUTANT ID
EMISSION FACTOR
EMISSION FACTOR
CONFIDENCE RATING
EMISSION FACTOR
ORIGIN
EMISSION FACTOR
SOURCE
POLLUTANT SPECIFIC
DATA
NEDS A7 EMISSION
POLLUTANT NAME
SUBALLOCATION TYPE
DISAGGREGATION TYPE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
 3 - 6
7 - 9
10 - 14

15 - 17
18 - 19

20 - 24
25 - 34
35

36

37

38 - 47

48 - 54
55 - 69
77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

3
2

5
101
1

1

1

10

7
15
1
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
N

N
N
N

A

A

A

N
A
A
A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R

R
R

R

W









R
R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R

R
R

R











R
R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R

R
R

R
X
X

X

X

X

X
X
R
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE









*
*

*

*

*

*
*




three-digit decimal position is assumed.
                                    93

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Table A-13.  COMMENT RECORD
FIELD NAME-
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
SUBALLOCATION
NUMBER
CATEGORY NUMBER
CATEGORY DISAGGRE-
GATI.ON NUMBER
LINE NUMBER
HALF COMMENT
R CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7 - 9
10 - 14

15 - 17
18 - 19

20-21
23 - 72
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
5

3
2

2
50
1 '
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
N

N
N

N
A
A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R

R
R

R

R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R

R
R

R

R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R

R
R

R
X
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE









*



           :94

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Table A-14.  NEDS A6 COMMENT
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
NEDS A6 COMMENT
N CODE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7 - 9
10 - 77
78
79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
68
1
1
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A
A
N
A
ADD
R
R
P.

R
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
P.

R
R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
X
R
R
R
FIELD
DELETE



*



            95

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                                    Appendix B:
                          EIS/PS Transaction Field: Tables
     The following symbols are used tn alit tables, in Appendix B:

R - Requi red
Blank - Optional
X - Not allowed
N - Numeric
A - Alphanumeric
* Field can be
  deleted with *
C - Required, but not mandatory  (conditional)
W - Required,, but not mandatory  (warning.)
                                        96

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Table B-l.   CARD 01 - PLANT INFORMATION
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
CONTROL
REGION
LOCAL
CONTROL
USER PLANT
ID
CITY
UTM ZONE
OWNERSHIP
CODE
CONTACT
PERSON
TELEPHONE
PRINCIPAL
PRODUCT
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7-9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 21

22 - 23

24 - 35

36 - 39
40 - 41
42

43 - 57

58 - 67
68 - 77

78 - 79
80
ALPHA/
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
3

2

12

4
2
1

15

10
10

2
1
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A

A

A

N
N
A

A

N '
A

N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R







C







v R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R















R
R
FIELD
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
X

X

X

X
X
X

X

X
X

R
R
DELETE





*

*

*

*
*
*

*

*
*



                   97

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         Table B-2-.   CARD 0.2 - "PLANT  INFORMATION
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NAME/
ADDRESS
NUMBER OF
EMPLOYEES
PROPERTY
AREA
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2 
3 - 6
7 - 9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 66

67 - 70

71 - 76

78 - 79
80
ALPHA/
LENGTH
2
4
3
4 '
5
48

4

61

2
1 '
NUMERIC
N .
N ,
N
A/N
N
A

N

:N

N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R




- 1
R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R






R
R
FIELD
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
X

X

X

R
R
DELETE.







*

*



one-digit  decimal  position iis assumed,.
                             :98

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Table B-3.  CARD 03 - PLANT INFORMATION
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
MAILING
ADDRESS
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3 - 6
7-9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 66

78 - 79
80
ALPHA/
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
48

2
1
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A

N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R


R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R


R
R
FIELD
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
X

R
R
DELETE





*



                   99

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TabTe. B-4-.,  CARD; OS - PLANT' FT COMMENT'
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS P7
PLANT
COMMENT
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE.
RECORD
POSITIONS:
1 - 2.
3-6
7 - 9
; 10 - 13
, 14 - 18
! 19 - 70


78 - 79
; 80
ALPHA/
'LENGTH
2
4:
 3:
4-

52


2
1
NUMERIC;
' N>
N>
N
K/M
Ni
K


r N;
A
ADD
R<
R:
R;
: R
K


t
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: R-
.CHANGE:
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R.
. R'
: Rr
R"



. R-
 R;
FIELD.
DELETE.
R
R
R
R
R
X


R
R
DELETE





*




                    1005

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           Table B-5.  CARD 11 - POINT INFORMATION
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
USER POINT ID
SIC
IPP
UTM HORIZONTAL
UTM VERTICAL
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
ANNUAL THRUPUT
OPERATING RATE
BOILER
CAPACITY
SPACE HEAT
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7 - 9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 23
24 - 27
28 - 29
30 - 33
34 - 38
39 - 44
45-51
52 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69

70 - 72
78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
3
4
2
41
51
6
7
8
5
5

31
2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

N
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R

C

C
C







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R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R












R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
R
R
FIELD
DELETE






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*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

*


one-digit decimal  position is assumed.
                              101

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           Table B-6,  CARD 12 - POINT INFORMATION
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
STACK HEIGHT
STACK DIAMETER
TEMPERATURE
FLOW RATE
VELOCITY
PLUME HEIGHT
POINTS WITH
COMMON STACK
COMPLIANCE
STATUS
COMPLIANCE
SCHEDULE
COMPLIANCE
UPDATE
ECAP
CONTROL
REGULATIONS
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3 - 6
7-9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 24
25 - 27
28 - 31'
32 - 38
39 - 43
44 - 47
48 - 51

52

53 - 56

57 - 62

63
64 - 75

78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
4
31
4
7
5
4
4

1

4

6

1
12

2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A/N

N

N

N

N
A

N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R

















R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R

















R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X

X

X

X
X

R
R
FIELD
DELETE






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*
*
*
*
*
*

*

*

*

*
*



one-digit decimal position is assumed.
                              102

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        Table B-7.  CARD 13 - POINT POLLUTANT INFORMATION
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
POLLUTANT ID
CONTROL EQUIPMENT
COST
PRIMARY CONTROL
EQUIPMENT
SECONDARY CONTROL
EQUIPMENT
ESTIMATED CONTROL
EFFICIENCY
ESTIMATED EMISSIONS
MEASURED EMISSIONS
ALLOWABLE EMISSIONS
EMISSIONS UNITS
ESTIMATION METHOD
TEST METHOD
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3 - 6
7-9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 25
26 - 32

33 - 35

36 - 38

39 - 41

42 - 48
49 - 55
56 - 62
63
64
65
78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
5
6

3

3

3l

7
7
7
1
1
1
2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
N
N

N

N

N

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R
R














R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R














R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
X

X

X

X

X
X
X
X
X
X
R
R
FIELD
DELETE







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*

*

*

*
*
*
*
*
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one-digit decimal  position is assumed.
                                103

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Table B-8.  CARD 14 - POINT P7 COMMENT
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
NEDS P7 POINT
COMMENT
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1-2
3-6
7-9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 72

78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
52

2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
A

N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R


R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R


R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
X

R
R
FIELD
DELETE






*



                   104

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            Table B-9.  CARD 21 - SCC INFORMATION
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
SCC
SCC SEQUENCE
NUMBER
BEC
FUEL UNITS
OPERATING RATE
MAXIMUM DESIGN
RATE
SULFUR CONTENT
ASH CONTENT
HEAT CONTENT
ASH-SULFUR
ORIGIN
ASH-SULFUR
SOURCE
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7 - 9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19-20
21 - 28
29 - 30

31 - 35
36
37 - 43
44 - 50

51 - 53
54 - 56
57 - 61
62

63

78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
8
2

5
1
7
7l

32
33
5
1

1

2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
N
N

N
N
N
N

N
N
N
A

A

N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R









R



R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R













R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X

X

R
R
FIELD
DELETE









*
*
*
*

*
*
*
*

*



three-digit decimal position is assumed.
two-digit decimal position is assumed.
one-digit decimal position is assumed.
                              105

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Table B-10.  CARD 22 - SCC. INFORMATION
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
SCC
SCC SEQUENCE
NUMBER
CONFIDENTIALITY
SOURCE CODE
SOURCE
DESCRIPTION
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7 - 9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 28
29 - 30

31
32
33 - 57

78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
8
2

1
1
25

2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC.
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
N
N

N
A
A

N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R





R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R





R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

X
X
X

R
R
FIELD
DELETE









*
*
*



                   106

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      Table B-ll.  CARD 23 - SCC POLLUTANT INFORMATION
FIELD* NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
SCC
SCC SEQUENCE
NUMBER
EMF ORIGIN
EMF SOURCE
POLLUTANT ID

EMISSION FACTOR

ASH-SULFUR CODE

EMF UNITS

CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7-9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 28
29 - 30

31
32
33 - 37
49 - 53
38 - 46
54 - 62
47
63
48
64
78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
8
2

1
1
5
5
yl
7!
1
1
1
1
2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
N
N

A
A
N
N
N
N
A
A
N
N
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R

R
(R)






R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R



R
(R)






R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R



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(R)
X
X
X
X
X
X
R
R
FIELD
DELETE













*
*
*
*
*
*


three-digit decimal position is assumed.
                              107

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Table B-12.   CARD 24 - SCC P7 COMMENT
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
SCC
SCC SEQUENCE
NUMBER
NEDS P7 SCC
COMMENT -
LEFT HALF
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7 - 9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 28
29 - 30

31 - 56


78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
8
. 2

26


2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
N
N

A


N-
A
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R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R




R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R




R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

X


R
R
FIELD
DELETE









*


-

                 108

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Table B-13.   CARD 25 -  SCC  P7  COMMENT
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
SCC
SCC SEQUENCE
NUMBER
NEDS P7 SCC
COMMENT -
RIGHT HALF
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3-6
7-9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 28
29 - 30

31 - 56


78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
8
2

26


2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
N
N

A


N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R




R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R




R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

X


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R
FIELD
DELETE









*




                 109

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TABLE B-14.  CARD 30 - COMMENT
FIELD NAME
STATE
COUNTY
AQCR
PLANT ID
DATE
NEDS POINT ID
P&R SEQUENCE
NUMBER
P&R LINE NUMBER
L/R (COMMENT
FLAG)
HALF COMMENT
CARD NUMBER
ACTION CODE
RECORD
POSITIONS
1 - 2
3 - 6
7-9
10 - 13
14 - 18
19 - 20
21 - 22

23 - 25
26

27 - 77
78 - 79
80
LENGTH
2
4
3
4
5
2
2

3
1

51
2
1
ALPHA/
NUMERIC
N
N
N
A/N
N
A/N
N

N
A

A
N
A
ADD
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R


R
R
CHANGE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R


R
R
DELETE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

R


X
R
R
FIELD
DELETE











*


              110

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EIS/AS Input Forms
        111

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PLANT RECORD DATA NAMES
NAME
AOCR
CITY
CONTACT
COUNTY
DATE-OF-O-RECORD
LOCAL-CONTROL
NUMBER -OF-EMPLOYEES
OWNER
PLANT-ID
PRINCIPAL -PRODUCT
PROPERTY-AREA
RECORD-O-DAY
RECORD -O-YEAR
SEG-O-ID
STATE
TELEPHONE
USER-CONTROL-REGION
USER-PLANT-ID
UTM-ZONE
LENGTH
3
4
15
4
5
2
4
1
4
10
6(1)
3
2
1
2
10
3
12
2
TYPE
N
N
A
N
N
A
N
A
A
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
A
N
COMMENT RECORD DATA NAMES
NAME
OATE-OF-3-RECORD
LINE-NBR
PNR-SEQ-NBR
RECORD-3-DAY
RECORD -3-YEAR
SEG-3-IO
SEG-3-POINT-ID
LENGTH
5
3
2
3
2
1
2
TYPE
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
POINT RECORD DATA NAMES
NAME
ANNUAL-THRUPUT_
BOILER-DESIGN-CAPACITY
COMPLIANCE-SCHEDULE
COMPLIANCE-STATUS
COMPLIANCE -STATUS-UPDATE
CONTROL-REGULATIONS
DATE-OF-1-RECORD
DAY-WEEK
DEC-FE.B
DIAMETER
ECAP
FLOW-RATE
HEIGHT
HORIZONTAL
HOURS-DAY
IPP
JUN-AUG
LATITUDE
LATITUDE-DEGREE
-LATITUDE -MINUTE
LATITUDE -SECOND
LpNGITUDE
LONGITUDE -DEC REE
LONGITUDE -MINUTE
LONGITUDE -SECOND
MAR-MAY
NBR-OF-POLLUTANTS
NEDS-POINT-ID
NORMAL-OPERATING
PLUME
POINTS-PER-STACK
RECORD-1-DAY
RECORD-1-YEAR
REG-1
REG-2
REG-3
SCHEDULE-MONTH
SCHEDULE-YEAR
SEG-1-ID
SEP-NOV
SIC
SPACE-HEAT
STATUS-DAY
STATUS-MONTH
STATUS-YEAR
TEMPERATURE
USER-POINT-ID
UTM-COORDINATES
VELOCITY
VERTICAL
WEEK-YEAR
LENGTH
8
5
4
1
6
12
5
1
2
3(1)
1
7
4
4(1)
2
2
.2
6
2
2
2
7
3
2
2
2
2
2
5
4
4
3
2
.4
4
.4
.2
2
1
2
.4
3(1)
2
2
2
4
3
-.9
5
5(1)
2
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N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
POINT REPEATING DATA NAMES
NAME
ALLOWABLE
CNTL-E QUIP-COST
CONTROL-EQUIPMENT
EMISSION-UNITS
EST-CONTROL-EFF
ESTIMATES
ESTIMATION-METHOD
MEASURED
POLLUTANT-ID
POTENTIAL
PRIMARY-CNTL
SECONDARY^CNTL
TEST-METHOD
LENGTH
7
7(2)
6
1
3(1)
7
1
7
5
7
3
3
1
TYPE
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
SCC RECORD DATA NAMES
NAME
ASH-CONTENT
BEC
BEC-ID
BEC-NUMBER
CONFIDENTIALITY
DATE -OF -2- RE CORD
EMISSION-F.ACTOR-SOURCE
FUEL-PROCESS-RATE
FUEL-UNITS
HE'AT-CONTENT
MAX-DESIGN-RATE
NUMBER-OF-EF
RECORD-2-DAY
RECORD-2-YEAR
SCC
SCC-I
SCC-II
see-in
.SCC-IV
.SCC-SEQ-NBR
SEG-2-ID
SEG-2-POINT-ID
SOURCE-CODE
SOURCE -DESCRIPTION
SULFUR-CONTENT
LENGTH
3(1)
5
2
3
1
5
1
7
1
5
7(3)
2
3
2
8
1
2
3
2
2
1
2
1
25
3(2)
TYPE
N
\
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N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
A
A
N
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iQCft
County
Plant
Segnent Date
Segment Day
Segccnt ID
Segnent Year
State
AQCR
CNTY
PLNT
DATE
OAYY
SEGM
YEAR
STTE
50
46
53
57
59
57
62
44
3
4
4
5
3
2
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2
5
5
5
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POINT SEGMENT DATA ELEMENTS (continued)

DATA ELEMENTS COKMON TO POINT. SCC. and COMMENT SEGMENTS
NEDS Point ID
NPID
63
2 1 5
1
State
Throughput
Throughput /Dec-Feb
Throughput /Jun-Aug
Throughput /Mar-May
Throughput /Sep-Nov
Jser Point ID
UTM Coordinates
:UTM Horizontal
UTM Vertical
Velocity
1STT
THRU
WMTR
SUW
SPNG
FALL
UPID
UTMC
HORZ
VERT
VELO
44
96
96
100
98
102
65
74
74
78
135
2
8
2
2
2
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3
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4
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5
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5
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5
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PLANT SEGMENT DATA ELEMENTS Repeating Point Segment Data Elements (POLL must be specified)
AQCR
City
Contact
Count/
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tailing Address
Ian and Address
lo. of Employees
Ownership
'lant 10
Hncipal Product
'roperty Area
I Segaent Date
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\ Segaent 10
j Segnent Year
: State
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Jser Control Region
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iTH Zone
PAQC
CITY
CONT
PCNT
ICON
HAIL
NAAD
NUHE
OWNS
CPLN
PROD
PROP
fl)TE
0DAY
BSEG
DYER
0STT
TELE
UCON
UPLT
UTMZ
50
82
89
46
68
182
124
172
88
S3
114
176
57
59
62
57
44
104
65
70
86
3
4
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4
2
48
48
4
1
4
10
6
5
3
1
2
2
10
3
12
2
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S
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S
5
49
49
5
5
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11
8
6
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5
5
5
11
5
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Control Equipment
Control Equip. Cost
Emission Units
Euissions Allowable
Emissions Estimate
Emissions Measured
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Estintion Kethod
Pollutant ID
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Secondary Control Equip
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CEQP
CCST
EUNT
ALLO
ESTI
HE AS
ECEF
ESTH
POLL*
PCTL
SCTL
TSTH
2S3
246
290
276
262
269
2S9
291
241
253
256
292
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7
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7
7
7
3
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5
3
3
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8
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SCC SEGMENT DATA ELEMENTS
'AQCR
Ash Content
BEC code
BEC ID
BEC Nuaber
Confidentiality
.County
Emission Factor .Source
POINT SEGMENT DATA ELEMENTS Fuel Process 'Rate
ACC6
Boiler design Capacity
;ontrol Regulations
;ontro; Regulation I
Zontrcl Regulation 2
lontrcl Regulation 3
;or.pl lance Schedule
loop. Schedule Year
:haust Flow Rate
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i .atltude
.atltude Degree
.atitude Minute
.atltude Second
.ongitude
.ongitude Degree
.ongitude Minute
Longitude Second
NEDS Po'int ID/SEGMENT
Norual Operating Rate
Number of Pollutants
Plant 10
Pluoe Height
Point IDs
Points / Common Stack
Segaent Date
Segccnt Day
Segwnt 10
Segnent Year
SIC Cede
Space Heat I
Stack Data
Stack Diameter
Stack Height
Stick Teiaperature
1AQC
SOIL
CREG
KES1
REG2
REG3
CSCH
SCHY
SCHM
csrr
CUPD
CUDY
CUMN
CUYR
1CNT
ECAP
FLOW
IPPC
LATT
LATD
LATH
LATS
LONG
LOND
LONM
LONS
5110
NORM-
NUMP
1PLN
PLUM
PTIO
PWCS
10TE
1DAY
1SEG
IYER
SICC
SPAC
STAD
DIAM
HGHT
TEMP'
50
1C9'
160
160
164
168
149
149
151
148
153
157
155
153
46
159
128
72
83
83
85
87
89
89
92
94
63
104
239
53
140
63
144
57
59
62
57
68
114
117
121
117
124
3
5
12
4
4
4
4
2
2
1
6
2
2
2
4
1
7
2
6
2
2
2
7
3
2
2
2
S
2
4
4
5
4
5
3
1
2
4
3
27
3
4
4
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11
13
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
7
5
5
5
5
5
8
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5
5
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8
5
5
5
S
6
5
5 .
S
6
5 
6
S
S
5
S
5
28
5
5
5
Fuel Units
11 Heat Content
Maximum Design ate
NEDS Point ID/Segrcnt 2
No. of Emission Factors
Plant ID
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Segment Date
Segment Day
Segment ID
Segment .Year
Source Code
Source Description
State
Sulfur Content
2AQC
ASHC
BECC
BECI
BECN
CONF
2CNT
EMFS
FPRT
FUNT
HEAT
MDRT
S2ID
NEMF
2PLN
.SCCC
SCC1 '
SCC2
SCC3I
SCC4
SSQN
2DTE
2DAY
2SEG
.2YER
SRCC !
SRCD
2STT
SULC
aO
98
75
78
75
106
46
133
81
80
101
88
63
197
53
65
65
66
68
71.
73
'57
59
62
57
107
108
44
95
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3
5
2
3
1
4
1
7
1
5
7
2
2
4
8
1
2
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2
5
3
1
2
1
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6
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[mission Factor
Emission Factor .Units
Pollutant ID
ASSC
EMFA
EHFU
HPID*
214
204
215
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COMMENT SEGMENT 'DATA-ELEMENTS
AQCR
tfORIDGfltS
County
Left Coment
Line Number
NEDS Point .ID/Segment 3
Plant ID
PNR Sequence Number
Right Comment
Segment Date
Segment Day
Segment ID
Segment Year
3AQC
COMM
3CNT
LCHT
LINE
5310
3PLH
SEQN
RCMT
30TE
3DAY.
3SEG
3YEH
50
71
46
71
67
63
S3
65
122
57
59
62
47
3
102
4
51
3
2
4
2
51
5
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5
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TECHNICAL REPORT DATA
(Please read Instructions on the reverse before completing)
1. REPORT NO. 2.
EPA 450/4-81-009
4. TITLE AND SUBTITUE
The Comprehensive Data Handling System
(CDHS) Coding Manual
7. AUTHOR(S)
The Research Triangle Institute
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS
Office of Air Quality Planning and Standat
Monitoring and Data Analysis Division
National Air Data Branch
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 2~i
12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Air, Noise and Radiation
Office of Air Quality Planning and Standar
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 21
3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSION-NO.
5. REPORT DATE
February 1981
6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE
8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO.
10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO.
-ds
11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO.
'711 68-02-3011
13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED
Final
14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE

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