72-CI-33  (GRN1
                       SOURCE TEST  REPORT
               ON MEASUREMENT OF  EMISSIONS  FROM
                         CAR6ILL,  INC.
                 FAYETTEVILLE,  NORTH  CAROLINA
                              FOR
                 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION  AGENCY
                    UNITED  STATES  GOVERNMENT
                         THOMAS  E.  WARD
                      PROJECT TEST  OFFICER
                                                      .  IIH:
2324 S. W.  34th STREET  /  GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32601 / PHONE 904/372-3318

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         72-CI-33 (GRN)
       SOURCE TEST REPORT
ON MEASUREMENT OF EMISSIONS FROM
          CAR6ILL, INC.
  FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
               FOR
 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
    UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
         THOMAS E. WARD
      PROJECT TEST OFFICER

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                 SOURCE TEST REPORT
PLANT TESTED:   Cargill,  Inc.
               Fayetteville,  North  Carolina
TESTOR:  Environmental  Engineering, Inc.
         2324 Southwest 34 Street
         Gainesville, Florida   32601
CONTRACT NO:  68-02-0232-Task Order 14

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                         TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                            Page No.
Introduction                                                   1

Summary of Results                                             2

Location of Sampling Points                                    4

Sampling and Analytical Procedures                             6

Appendices
             A.  Particulate Emission Calculations

             B.  Plant Operating Data

             C.  Field Data Sheets

             D.  Complete Sampling Procedures

             E.  Field Test Log

             F.  Project Participants

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                              INTRODUCTION

          Parti oil ate emission tests were performed on the outlet stack
from a fabric collector located on the truck-dump system at Cargills Inc.,
Fayetteville, North Carolina,  The tests were performed between August 8
and 10, 1972.
          SoybeanSj which are hauled in by truck, are dumped from the
truck into a conveyor system for conveyance into the plant.  The dumping
area emissions are controlled by a fabric baghouse collector.
          Three separate particulate tests were performed, each approxi-
mately two hours in length.

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                        SUMMARY OF RESULTS

          Summarized results of the particulate emission stack tests per-
formed at Cargill., Inc. are included in Table 1.
          The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) performed the analysis.
          Complete particulate emission calculation data are included in
Appendix A.
          Complete plant operating data collected by the EPA are included
in Appendix B.

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                               TABLE 1

                         SOURCE T_
TEST  NO -72-CI-33 (GRN)
PLANT -  Car-gill, Inc.       Fayetteville,
SOURCE - Truck  Dump Bag House
TYPE  OF PL APT  - Feed and Grain Mill
CONTROL EQUIPIWHT - Dry Fabric Co-Hector
POLLUTANTS SAMPLED  - PartiCUlate
                                              .c..
DRUli NUMBER
2 ) DA TE
3) TIME BEGAN
^4) TIME END
5)BAROMETRIC PRESSURE, IN FIG '
6)METER ORIFICE PRESSURE DROP, IN 11 G
7) VOL DRY GAS METER COUD, CUBIC FEET
Q) AVER AGE GAS METER TEMPERATURE, DEC F
9) VOL DRY GAS, S.T.P. , CUBIC FEET
10) TOTAL H20 COLLECTED, ML
11) VOL 1120 VAPOR COLLECTED, S.T.P. , CU I
12)STACK GAS MOISTURE, PERCENT VOLUME
13) ASSUMED STACK GAS MOISTURE, PCT VOL
14) PER CENT C02
15) PERCENT 02
16) PER CENT CO
17) PER CENT if 2
1Q)PERCENT EXCESS AIR, STACK GAS WAS AIR
IV) MOLECULAR VI 'El GUT OF STACK GAS, DRY
2Q)MOLECULAR WEIGHT OF STACK CAS, STK CO!
2DSTACK GAS SPECIFIC GRAVITY
22)AVG SQUARE ROOT (VEL HEAD), IN 1120
23) AVERAGE STACK GAS TEMPERATURE, DEC F
2>4)AVG SQUARE ROOT (STK TEMP* VEL HEAD)
2 5 ) PITOT CORRECTION FA CTOR
25) STACK PRESSURE, IN HG, ABSOLUTE
27) STACK GAS VEL, STACK COND, F.P.M.
28) STACK AREA, SQ FEET

29) EFFECTIVE STACK AREA, SQUARE FEET
3 0 ) STA UK GAS F LOU RA TE, S ,T.P. , S CFMD
31) NET TIME OF TEST, MINUTES.
32)SAMPjiJING NOZZLE DIAMETER, INCHES
3 3) PERCENT I SO KINETIC
34) PARTICULATE EMISSIONS @ S.T.P., LBS/HR
Total , front half
Total , back half
TOTAL
1

1 JU.7 .

Hti
7 y 1 <[ 3 3
1 ?
1 2.00
1 - .
1 - .
1 _- .
1 - .
i N/A
i '28.8
/>! 28.6
1 - "
i 1  * 6
 81.2
I 26.9
1 - 83
j_ 29.0
i "3 9 8~3
1 ^-91

1 S- , -J O
j^ 10~9"2
1~^-?^
1 "1"0^'
0.62
0.24
0.86
i *>
;iS:i:i^:
3 	 1_J2JSLJJL.
1 1 ''J
Sj*~- f-^^
1A~- j-i^f7-
i i_ '+ ?>
1 -l^_7
i 2,00
1 -
1 -
1
1 -
J ft/A 
5 1 20.85
3 J_ 28.66
[ 0.99
_[ 1.063
1 90.2
91 J_ 24.92
1 * 83
2 | 29. 02
j^ 3676.
J 2.95

1 *d . -J O
T) ji "99"B"9 "
^--i.-^J^.
"3 j^ T.T)T. ."B
0.83
1.30
2;13
_ 1 2
2___JL.s./i.o^:z.2_.
	 J._J2^)^2^ 	
. _ 1 Jl^J

1 166
1 2_,,jl
L 2.oo
1
1 _
1 -,
_ I
	 J. r _ _._
i ^Lh
1 28.8 5
| 28.62
| 0.99
J_ 1.007
J_ 72.6
8 | 23.237
 _[ 0.83
_[ 29. 02
3 i 3 4 2 9 . 4
 2 . 9"5

J. *
j 9 5 5 15
5 f "l-873 -
j 111.1
0.17
0.14
0.31
***6t.i'.P.-->
              ,  70  DEGREES  F,  29.92  INCHES MERCURY***

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                    LOCATION OF SAMPLING POINTS

          Sampling ports and points  were selected by  using  the  guidelines
stated in Method 1 of the Federal  Register (36  F.R. 24882,  24883,  December
23, 1971).
          Figure 1 is a schematic  diagram of the  truck-dump baghouse  outlet
that was sampled.

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                   TRUCK DUMP BAGHOUSE
                   ~  36"
 Baghouse
                                                   23.25" I.D.
                          140"
                          35"
                                   Gas
                                   Flow
                                  -O
                                     A
                                              Sample Ports
                                                          Discharge Fan
\
  \
    >-
                          Ground Level
                        Figure  1
Sample
Point
Number
1&2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13&14
Distance from
of Port A or
(Inches)
1 1/3
2 5/16
3 1/3
4 2/3
6 1/4
8 1/4
14 3/4
17
18 1/2
19 27/32
20 15/16
22 1/8
Inside
Port B













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              SAMPLING AND ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES FOR
           PARTICULATE EMISSIONS FROM STATIONARY SOURCES


          The method used was Method 5 of the Federal  Register (36 F.  R.,
March 31, 1971 )s Determination of Particulate Emissions From Stationary
Sources.
          A complete description of the sampling method used is in Appendix
D.
          The EPA performed the sample analysis.

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           APPENDIX  A
Participate Emission Calculations

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            EXPLANATION  OF  E.E.I.  SOURCE  SAMPLING  CALCULATION  SHEET
   PB -
   PS -
   AS -
   AS1--
NPTS  -
   TS -
   TM -
   H  -
   <&H -
   AN -
   CP -
   VM -
   VC -
   P0 -

   STP-
Barometric pressure, inches Hg
Stack pressure, inches Hg
Stack area, sq. ft.
Effective area of positive stack
                                        gas  flow,  sq.  feet
       Number of traverse  points  where  the pitot velocity head was greater than zero
       Stack temperature,  OR
       Meter temperature,  R                 	
       Average square root of velocity  head,//inches  F^O             ;
       Average meter orifice pressure differential,  inches HgO               .
       Sampling nozzle area, square  feet
       S-type pitot tube correction  factor
       Recorded meter volume sample, cubic feet (meter conditions)
       Condensate and silica gel  increase in  impingers, milliliters
       Pressure at the dry test meter orifice,  fpB  +   H ") inches Hg
                                                    1376
       Standard conditions, dry,  70F,  29.92  inches  Hg
  VWV- Conversion of condensate in milliliters to water vapor in cubic feet (STP)
VSTPD- Volume sampled,  cubic feet (STP)
   VT- Total  water vapor volume and dry  gas volume sampled,  cubic feet (STP)
    W- Moisture fraction of stack gas
  FDA- Dry gas fraction
                        from preliminary check
                        of stack gas, Ibs/lb-mole
                           stack gas, Ibs/lb-mole
                           stack gas, referred to
                 of
                 of
        Assumed moisture
        Molecular weight
        Molecular weight
        Specific gravity
        Excess air,  %
        Average square root
        Stack gas velocity,
        Stack gas flow rate
        Stack gas flow rate
        Stack gas flow rate
        Percent isokinetic
(dry conditions)
(stack conditions)
air
       Pollutant
       Pollutant
       Pollutant
       Pollutant
          concentration,
          concentration,
          concentration,
          emission rate,
                           of velocity head times stack temperature
                           feet per minute
                            cubic feet per minute
                            cubic feet per minute
                            cubic feet per minute
                          volume sampled (method
                                           (stack conditions)
                                           (dry conditions)
                                           (STP)
                                          described in Federal Register)
                                 grains per std.  cubic feet
                                 grains per std.  cubic feet (Corrected
                                 grains per std.  cubic feet (Corrected
                                 Ibs.  per hour
to
to
12%
50%
                           CO?)
                           EA)
                                                        eeicireiettcnffsl

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                                 i^HZclL  EtlQIiJKERIiJG.  LILCORPORATEJ)
                              SOURCE SA^PLIUQ.  CALCULATIONS
  PLANT- CARGir.L 1/7(7.    FAVETTEVILLE fl.C.                     Dfl.^F-  8/R-9/73
  STACK- ?!WCK DWP  PAG HOUSE                                    RV  1  FRO!'  1405,030-1430
  HEATHER CONDITION'S-  CLEAR                 '  .      pp.-  29.73  .777 77(7-      PS-  29.02  If!  -JC
  AS1-  2.95  SO.  FEET   T~  541.2  DEC-RFFS R   ?,M- 5^3.1  flECRFES P    I1- 1 . 1 6 If]  H20
  A77-  1.7 Tf!  7/2(1   /I/-7- 0.000192 ,9P.  F77.'7?   <7P-  0.03    yw-  90.084    G W,
  TOTAL TIME-  114 /'?I/V    flPTS- 28    ORSATi

         - IQ. 0474")*7v'(-'')                                                   i")	ifcS.3,	SCZ1.
         )=  (  ( 530)x( l//./)>:(2JS + (A/yTl3.6) )  )T(  29. 92xZW  )                 2)	87_i.71_2	SCf.
         =  ("/'/)  +  (VSTPD)                                                3).	2.2.^5.12.	3.Q.L..
         -  (Vf/V)  T  (VT)                                                    4)	0^.02.	
 5)fO/5  =  (1.0  - W)                                                        5)__0._00_	
 6)ASSUMED  MOISTURE  FRACTION                                            6)	0,_02	
 T)MD   =  (.44xC02)  t  (.32x02)  -f  ( . 2 8x (CO + N2 ) )  .                 .     7)	2.2-i-2.5_	

 9)C6"   =  (MS)  v  (28.99)                                                  9)	it-Ci.	
10)2?>4   =  (100)x(Q2-0. SXCQ)T(  (0^,2^6 x//2 ) - ( 02 - 0 . S x CO )  )             10)	N..A.	%	

12)(/    =  (  1 7 4 x CP* (|/ ( 2 9 . 9 2 T P6'x QS )  )*AVG(  yUlx~TS) )                  12)	llCC	:	Ci'
     >   =  ( i/ ) x

15)^Si'py=  (tJO)  x  (  530*yg )  x  (PST29.92)                              15 	

                                             ~UUITS :  GRAIiislsCF
                                                UNITS  : GRAIKS/SCF
19)i,'50  =  (  tiSTpx(l60i-EA) )  T  (150)      UNITS :  GRAIUS/SCF
2Q)EM   -  (0. 00857) x(2iTP)x (QSTPD)       UNITS :  POUNDS/HOUR

   I^tfricI/I^r"!^"/^!^!^^^                                            I  Swiss jo;/ ;?/:?r
	1_Z_1,	..	1	LEST?}	iSi2.1_



       Total,  front half      0.0379     0.0067                                     0.62
       Total,  back half       0.0145     0.0026                                     0.24
       TOTAL                  0.0524     0.0093                                     0.086









   COMMEiiTS :	Jun_was_s.tarigl^/S,



   TEST COiW'UCTED  BY  :



                                                          I/,.^K-J  ^  (ne-irtirtmcnfal i

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                          QiliiHEIaL MGlLLEMllLG. ,  LU.CORPORATEU
                          SOLLilC^. SAUPLIUQ CALQULATLQUS 
PLAfJT- CARGILL IllC. FA i'ETTEVILLE , 11. C. DATE- 8/9/79
STACK- TRUCK DUMP PAG HOUSE RUi! 2 FRQU 11:06-15-25
HEATHER COUDITIOnS- CLEAR  PR- 29.73 7/7 HG- PS-' 29. 02 TJi 'wo
AS1- 2.95 SO. FEET TS~ 550.2 DEGREES R T!',- 555.6 DEGREES R V- 1.063 TV n?o"
AT?- 1.41 177 7720 A/7- 0.000192 SO. FEET CP- 0,03  VII- 05.767 CP VC- 30 1 AT,
TOTVIL TIME- 116 WI77 77P?,9- 28 ORSATi
1)VWV
2) VSTPD-
3)VT
4).V
7 ) ;VZ)
9 ) GS
10) E A
ll)/iVG( /(/:
12 )U -
1 3 ) QS -
1 b)QSTPD=

18H'12 =
19)i'50 =
20)EM
(0, 0474) x( t/C)
( (530)x(I//./)x(PB + (A7_7vl3
(Viv'V) + (KS2TD)
(1.0 - (/ )
) MOISTURE FRACTION
( . 44xC02) + ( . 32x02 ) +
(MD*FDA) t (.18x,y)
(MS) v (28.99)
(100)x(02-0. SXCO)T( (0.
i XTS) ) = ( i T ;/ ) x s vi-: ( J ( u x
( i/ ) x ( AS ' )
(CS) x (FDA)
(i^D) x ( 530 T^S ) x (PS
( ( 0. 0026 7xl/Cxyg) + (poxy
( 15.43XJ ) T (1/^1'PO)
( 12-x-ESTP ) T ( 56'02 )
( ESTPx( 100 + 2T/1) ) T (15
(0. 00857 )x(ESTP)*(QSTPD
. 6 ) ) ) v ( 2 9 . 9 2 x 2W )
( . 28x(0 + //2) )
266x772 )- (02 - 0. 5xCO) )
r.9) )  	
) )*AVG( y(Il*TS) )
v29.92)
SxVMrTi-i) ) T ( TIMExUxpSxAiJ )
UNITS : GRAINS /SCF
UNITS : GRAIKS/SCF
0) UNI.TS : GRAINS /SCF
) UNITS : POUNDS /HOUR
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
. 11)
12)
13)
14 )_
15)
16)

1.43 SCF
81.572 SCF
82.999 SCF
0.017
0.983
0. O2
28.85
20.66
0. 99
' N- A _ %
24.920 .
3076.3 ppv
10045 ACFM
10659 CE'W
9959 SCFV
108.6 
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                          ilVUHQiilduliTAL  EUG.LlitlIiQ.LliG..  L'ICQRVQRATEQ
  PLANT- CARGILL  INC.    FA yF.TTF.VILLE,  W.C,                     DATF- 8/10/72
  STACK- TRUCK VI)HP BAG-  I'.OVSF,                         '           mm 3 FROl'. 8:25-10:20
  UF.ATTJER  CONDITIONS- CLOUD?                       PB- 29.73 in  HO      PS- 29.02 .77.'  HC-
  /1.91-  2.95  SQ, FFF.T   '- 532,6 DEGREF.S R'   TJj_-  531.8  DF.C,RF,F,ff '!>   R-  1.007  IH H20
  Afl-  1.28 It; H20   AH-  0.000192 SQ,  FEET    CP~ 0.83    VI1- 77.787 CF   VC-  35.1 ML
  TOTAL TIME- 112 Mill    TJPTS-  28   OR SAT:

~i)VWV  =  ~(O.QHT4)x~(VC~)                                                   1)	!	_
 2)VHTPD=  (  ( b30)x( W-/)x(2'S + (Affr 13.G) )  )T(  29.92xfAf )                 2)	22-.2B2	SCF.
 3) VI'    =  (KiVK)  + (VSTPD)                                                3)	JU^^JiJi	_

 5)Fi)/i   =  (1.0 -  {/)                                                       B)...^^!^	
 S)ASSUMED MOISTURE FRACTIOU                                            6)	0^.02.	
 'l)HD    =  (.44XC02) t  (.32x02)  +  ( . 28x(C'0 + ;/2) )                        7)	28^8.5	.	
 8) MS    =  (MD*FDA) +  (18xj/)                                              8)	28^62	
 9)CS    =  (MS) T  (28.99)                                                 9)	0^.99	
iQ)EA    -  ( 100)x (02-0. SxCQ)v (  ( 0 . 26 6 x/,'2 )-(02 - 0 . 5xgQ )  )             10)	ILh^	S	


13)CS    =  (W)  x  (AS')                                                    13)Hl011Z_IIIIe?Z

             5o) x  ( 530f2'S )  x  (PSv29.92)                             15)	9559	C.L'J
               (/\ (\ A n c T v I//"1 v '/' Q ^ -t. (' 7^Pi v ';'''-." v !//?  'Pr'f ^  ^    ^   '7* 7"/-'f 7'"' v^ 7/ x P^ x /1 /'  "^   1 fi ^   1 "1 "1 *1       "'
               \J , UUioD /^KO'^-iOV'r'x i *-* * J- >J ^ V i J. ^ J. i^i_ J  )  T  ^   j jL /*,' i> ^ C* ^ J. O " /I fi  ^   JL P 7 , nr. - --'Jyih. A JJf u._. ,n- _j - -t*--n, -_.
                                                       GRAIUS/SCF
                                                     S  :  GRAIliS/SCF
                                 v  (150)     y//I2'5  :  GRAIliS/SCF
20)EM    =  (0. 00857 )x(ESTP)x(QSTPD')      UNITS  :  POUNDS/HOUR
       _______-_________--_---_----_-_------------                    I  sJlIs'sJoi! RA TE

       	i_I_l	1	LESTPI	i!2l	U'Soj	l.


        Total,  front half      0.0097    0.0019                                   0.17
        Total ,  back  half       0.0080    0.0016                                   0.14
        TOTAL                  0.0177    0.0035                                   0.31









    COMMENTS   : 	
    T&ST CONDUCTED BY  :

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     APPENDIX
Plant Operating Data

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         .  payetteville, North Carolina - August 8-10, 1972

          The control system is a baghouse,, Kice,, model SI00-10, reverse-jet
type, with a 3/4 hp airlock and a 30 hp exhaust fan serving a soybean truck
unloading hopper.
          Unloading - The hopper grate is baffled and 6S000 cfm. of air
is exhausted from each side of the hopper.  The air is pulled through the
Kice fabric filter and exhausts through a fan about 4 feet above ground. An
open end shed covers the receiving hopper.  Normal truck unloading is
approximately 32 trucks per eight hour day.  Maximum unloading capacity
is 105000 bushels per hour.
          The tests were conducted under conditions that were considered
normal.  Process weight data was produced from actual scale readings.  Data
related to the percent moisture and the percent foreign material was obtain-
ed from the Department of Agriculture personnel for each truck dumped (see
process weight sheets attached).
          The truck dump grating is covered by a building; however,, there
are no doors on either end.  During the dumping of the trucks, visible
emissions were detectable in some instances from the lip of the truck bed
as the beans were discharged into the receiving hopper.  These emissions
varied from zero to 10-20 percent brown depending on the dirtiness of the
Drain, the type of opening at the end of the truck where the beans were
\J
discharged, and the velocity of the wind through the dump building.  In

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several instances the hopper would fill  up to grate level  thus decreasing
the effectiveness of the pickup of the control  system.  Emissions in these
instances at the grate were less than 10 second periods and emissions
generally dissipated before being emitted from the dump building.  The
exhaust outlet of the baghouse control device was observed for a one-hour
period on August 85 1972, and no visible emissions were detectable.  (See
visual observation sheet attached.)  Test personnel reported no visible
emissions from the exhaust outlet for the bag filter during the tests.
          Three two-hour tests, representative of normal conditions., were
conducted.

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        TEST NO.L._                             '               PAGE.

                       '                                                   DATE.

                                 STATEMENT"OF PROCESS WEIGHT
       FIRM
              DATA ON OPERATING CYCLE  T I ME

                                     "
       START OF OPERATION,  TIME
                                 *
       END OF OP ER AT SON,  TIME _,. '_/.0. '

 i      ELAPSED TIME, MINUTES ____?
       HOLE TIME DURING CYCLE,.MINUTES.

       NET TIME OF CYCLE, MINUTES	
 ,-,.._'.,-...---.__  DATA ON  MATERIAL  CHARGED  TO  PROCESS-DUR ING-OPERATING  CYCLE

  i/**vVM*TFPtAi   f3c79 s-^	J2jJ?	,	Ljk_	_Hl^ .. WEIGHT,
j."-:/  MATPPIM .  6SRH '^-    ' ^ ' ^	L1__Z_   - WE 8 GHT f. L B S. __1Z_L

'-,.3 -XI. MATFR! A.L_  }g'33"7 .^ _SP    .  '%''/	1 -^           -  V(' i GHT t
   -jr.? -MATERj AL __(?1^ / ic^~ ,'J. -^ 	LL-~	IL^L	__L_    . WELGHT^O.BS	^LL
   ,^___MATERI
                                    li . 1
   . _.,* Mfc-n:R; at  _ 5-^-7371-..A/C	I?..!.A ,	i^i	1_	L... WELGHT, JLBS	i-lj	:. 
                         \^fc ri'C-    j^,^       ^.g-     (0
                                                          0

                                                                WE I GHT ,_
                        K" r-j  c.       t!!-'^      o ^ X-.      '"^"           i   ^     ^^^^
                                                           TOTAL. V/EtGHT, LBS._,.^L7g/ ^
4 --.	I CERTIFY THAT THE A-SOVE STATEMENT IS TRUE TO THE  BEST  OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF:

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                                                      SIGNATURE-
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      TEST'NO..
PAGE _JL.
             v : V *..,:  , STATEMENT 'OF  PROCESS WEIGHT
      FIRM
                          u c_ .  
           - DATA ON  OPERATING  CYCLE  TIME

     START OF OPERATION,, TiME_J_L_IIl_JLj.__.______.
      END OF OPERATION,
      ELAPSED TIME,  MINUTES
    -  IDLE TIME DURING CYCLE, MINUTES.
      KET TIME OF CYCLE, MINUTES	
I ,-,-.,...-..-_  DATA ON MATERIAL CHARGED  TO PROCESS-DUR ING-OPERATING CYCLE
I ' , '
- - * MATFi*.r- Itf' TV' fv C. i <-* - -*
- " ..' v MATERIAL &6 n.H_..M*'c - '"''. "^ -

X  MRTPB'IAI L3^?'-$ 5C, ...... M ' C,
- v* MATVP! A( 5-0 S V2. p ^ C (1. fy.
'/ SOL t D FUFL $0 3S fS, ^ M- * ' 	
i r ; ' ^S66 R r'-c '3-o
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-(?, " ' r- .. Wrir;WTt
1 - :"' ' '"- We i ruiT
\ . 0. - .. ?.' ... WF,r,HTj
,-^ '-^ - ,- ., JL 1 WEIGHT,,
2 -" 2- .WFI KMT,
x . rj 3 -'.i'. WiCi^wv^
TOTAL WESGHT.
LBS_ .^'f^^.
IBS. /74-'2-i?

1 R ^ "r -^ i t & C^
IBS. 32. 3 10
/ 	
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   -;	I CERTIFY THAT THE  ftrBOVE STATEMENT IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF:
                                                 SIGNATURE
                                                 TSTLE	_

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       TEST NO._~
                              , STATEMENT' OF  PROCESS  WEIGHT
            DATA ON OPERATING  CYCLE TIME
                                  2.5 .
      START OF OPERATION,  TiME J*LjI^	.^^	,
  ..._.. END OF OPERATION,  T!M____4_0_J^
      ELAPSED TIME, MINUTES___JJUL_
      IDLE TIME DURING CYCLE,  MINUTES.

          TIKE OF CYCLE, MINUTES	
....^,-..-..-v_.  DATA ON  MATERIAL CHARGED TO PROCESS  DUR 1 NG-OPER-AT I NG  CYCLE:- ^

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                                                         TOTAL WEIGHT, I.HS...^./ C,. g ?
- 	i CERTIFY TK*T THE A.-BOVE STATEME'lT  IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF  MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF:
                                                    SIGNATURE.
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  APPENDIX C
Field Data Sheets

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       Gainesville, Florida      j
 SOURCE SAMPLING FIELD DATA SHEET
p 1 ai it
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^Sampling Location -j-ru^k Du^f /?,,,<, //aoj-e.
. Date f: .- g -7"^ Run No. j
Time Start /V-^-5 -Jc- Time Enc[ /'/-  fo;^
Sampling Time/Point ^ /^i^- 1 /^f(Tr-*y il.v.5 of*'r*e*3


,
Q^/c^T^ave-r
Mat'l Processing Rate	
Final Gas Meter Reading	
Initial Gas Meter Reading  $.?/' ^"-
Total Condensate in  Impingers	;?/
Moisture in Silica Gel        |  /' ?
                                                                           Silica Gel Container No.
                                                                           Orsat:  C09
                                                                                     ^ - , - - -----
                                                                                   02 ____
                                                                                   CO
                                                               Filter No.,3o
                                     Excess
                                       Air
                                Test Conducted by:
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Traverse
Point No.


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(in.)

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Clock
Time




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traverse
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Distance
from End
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                                                  Gainesville, Florida
                                            SOURCE SAMPLING FIELD DATA SHEET
                                                                           Mat'l Processing Rate
Stapling Location
Date fc- 7- 7 2-
Time Start /i:&
                    Run No.
Time End
                   F, VF  DP
Sampling lime/Point 
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Temp .
(F)
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. Temp . 3 Dry-
Gas' Meter
(F)
In j Out
1
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iPoint No

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                                                   Gainesville,  Florida
                                            SOURCE SAMPLING FIELD DATA SHEET
Plant
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                                                                            Mat'l Processinc  Rate
Sa;npl ing location ~
      _

Time Start ,''.5"     Time End  /g/2,0
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r -i      O-
        SF, WB	F, VF Q DP
                                          'Hg
Moisture  *2L-% ,FDA	,Gas Density Factor_
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Traverse
Point No,



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Distance
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(in)




Clock
Time




Gas Meter
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(ft3)"

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        -APPENDIX D
Complete Sampling Procedures

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   COMPLETE SAMPLING PROCEDURES FOR PARTI CULATE STACK .EMISSIONS
         Pocedur e
          Prior to performing the actual  participate emission tests,  certain
preliminary stack parameters had to be. estimated or determined for the source.
This preliminary data included the average temperature., velocity head, mois-
ture content, stack diameter, and number of sampling points.
          The stack gas temperature was  determined by using bimetallic ther-
mometers and mercury bulb thermometers.
          Velocity head measurements were determined across the stack dia-
meter by using a calibrated S~type pitot tube with an inclined manometer.
This data was used to select the sampling nozzle diameter.
          The approximate moisture content of the stack gas was determined
by the wet bulb and dry bulb thermometer technique.
          The sampling traverse points were selected according to Method 1
of the Federal Register (Volume 36, Number 247 , Part II, December 23, 1971).
          The stack emissions were sampled by using the following sample
train:  a stainless steel nozzle; a glass-lined probe: a Gelman Type  A glass
fiber filter; two impingers with 100 ml  of distilled water; one dry impinger;
one impinger with approximately 180 grams of silica gel (the second impinger
had a standard tip, while the first, third and fourth impingers had modified
tips with 1/2-inch ID openings); a thermometer on the last impinger;  a flex-
ible sample line; an air-tight pump; a dry test meter; and finally, a cali-
brated orifice with an inclined manometer.  Figure  2 shows a schematic arrange-
ment of the sampling train.

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          Because the stack temperature was  less than TOO F and the moisture
content was low, the probe and the filter holder portions of the sampling
train were not heated.
          The impinger portion of the sampling train was iced down to collect
the condensable moisture in the stack gas.
          Each point sampled  across the stack diameter was sampled at an
isokinetic sampling rate.

Sample Recovery
          Samples were recovered in accordance with procedures outlined in
Method 5 of the Federal Register (36 F.R.,  March 31, 1971), Determination
of Participate Emissions from Stationary Sources.
          The sampling train glassware, exclusive of the glass lined probe
and the fritted disc filter, were soaked in  chromic acid cleaning solution
for two hours previous to  the preparation of sample blanks.  The probes
were thoroughly washed in  chromic acid solution prior to testing.  They were
not soaked due to their cumbersome length.   All sampling glassware was
rinsed extensively with distilled water following the acid wash.
          All samples were turned over to the Project Officer for additional
labeling and analysis.

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 1,   Nozzle
 2.   Probe
 3.   Filter
 4.   Heated Compartment
 5.   Ice Bath
 6.   Inipinger with 100ml  distilled water
 7.   Inipinger with 100 ml  distilled water
 8.   Impinger - dry
 9.   Inipinger - dry
10.   Thermometer
11,   Flexible sample line
12.   Vacuum gauge
13.   Main control valve      -^
14.   Air tight vacuum pump
15.   By-pass control valve
16.   Dry test meter
17.   Calibrated orifice
18.'  Inclined manometer
19.   "S" type pi tot tube
                                                           Figure 2

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  APPENDIX E
Field Test Log

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                             TEST_LOG_

August 7, 1972
          10 a.m. - Left Gainesville, Florida for Fayettefille,  N.  C.
           4 p.m. - Arrived in Fayetteville, picked up the equipment
                    and went to Cargill., Inc.'s plant on River Road.
                    Met Mr. Paul  Hankey of Cargill, Inc. and left
                    equipment at the plant.
August 85 1972
           8 a.m. - Arrived at plant3 met with Paul Hankey of Cargill.,
                    Inc., Tom Ward and Bill  Polglase of EPA.
           9 a.m. - Started setting up equipment and built scaffolding.
           1 p.m. - Made preliminary tests and finished setting  up.
           3 p.m. - Started 1st run, only tested 5 minutes  because
                    no trucks were dumping,
August 95 1972
        7:30 a.m. - Arrived at plant and set up to test.
        8:30 a.m. - Began 1st test.
       10:35 a.m. - Finished 1st test.
       11:06 a.m. - Started 2nd test.
        1:25 p.m. - Finished 2nd test.  Had to stop several times during
                    the test because no trucks were dumping.

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August 10, 1972
        7:20 a.m.
        8:25 a.m.
       10:30 a.m.
        9:30 p.m.
- Arrived at plant and set up to test.
- Began 3rd. test,
- Finished 3rd test.  Gave all samples to Tom Ward.
- Arrived in Gainesville, Florida.

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     APPENDIX
Project Participants

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                      PRO^CT_PARnCIPAJ^
                ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, INC.
John Kooglar, Ph.D., P.E,                         Project Director
George Allen.. Sr Technician           .           Project Manager
Ken MeFallj Technician                            Environmental Specialist
                  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

Thomas E. Ward                                    Project Test Officer
Bill Polglase                                     Project Engineer

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