United States
           Environmental Protection
           Agency
Office of Air Quality
Planning and Standards
Research Triangle Park NC 27711
EPA-450M-89-022
November 1989
           Air
&EPA
   PMio EMISSION FACTOR LISTING
             DEVELOPED BY
        TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

                    AND
         AIRS SOURCE CLASSIFICATION
                   CODES

            WITH DOCUMENTATION

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                                  EPA-450/4-89-022
PMio EMISSION FACTOR LISTING
           DEVELOPED BY
     TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

                  AND
      AIRS SOURCE CLASSIFICATION
                 CODES

          WITH DOCUMENTATION
                   By

               Engineering Science
                Cary.NC 27511



             EPA Contract No. 68-02-4398


         EPA Project Officer Archibald A. MacQueen
         Office Of Air Quality Planning And Standards
              Office Of Air And Radiation
           U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
            Research Triangle Park, NC 27711

                November 1989

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This report has been reviewed by the Office Of Air Quality Planning And Standards, U. S. Environmental
Protection Agency, and has been approved for publication as received from the contractor. Approval does
not signify that the contents necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Agency, neither does mention
of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
                                      EPA-450/4-89-022

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                        TABLE OF CONTENTS





                                                       Page



Introduction                                             1



Key to PM1Q Emission Factors                              2





LISTING:



    External Combustion Boilers                          3



    External Combustion Space Heaters                    5



    Internal Combustion Engines                          5



    Chemical Manufacturing                               8



    Food And Agriculture                                11



    Primary Metal Production                            12



    Secondary Metal Production                          19



    Mineral Products                                    23



    Petroleum Industry                                  29



    Wood Products                                       30



    Fabricated Metal Products                            31



    Oil And Gas Production                              31



    Printing                                            32



    Surface Coating                                     32



    Solid Waste Disposal                                32





APPENDIX, Documentation                                 35
                               111

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                 AIRS  SOURCE  CLASSIFICATION CODES
                   PM10 EMISSION FACTOR LISTING
                         TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
INTRODUCTION

     This document supplements the second edition of the "NEDS
Source Classification Codes and Emission Factor Listing - PM,Q"
published in August, 1988.  A companion document provides SCC/
emission factor data on other air pollutants (SOx, NOx, VOC, CO,
PM):   AIRS Facility Subsystem Source Classification Codes And
Emission Factor Listing For Criteria Air Pollutants, EPA-450/4-
90-003, March 1990.

     These documents support the EPA-required annual reporting by
states of the emissions of pollutants for which EPA has
established National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).  The
Source Classification Codes (SCCs) are those required for storing
source and emissions data in EPA's AIRS Facility Subsystem  (AFS),
and in States'computerized source files.  The emission factors
are default values, provided by EPA for use when the preferred
source-specific values are not available to the reporting agency.

     The PM1Q emission factors in this document have been
compiled by technology transfer, in which a PM,Q source not  yet
characterized by a PM1Q emission factor is related by engineering
judgement to a similar source with established PM,Q and PM
emission factors.  The PM1Q weight percent of the Known source's
PM emissions is applied to the PM emission factor of the similar
source to be characterized.  No judgement of the accuracy of the
PM1Q emission factors produced by this process is attempted.
Sucn PM1Q emission  factors are, however, considered to be
approximately as accurate as default estimates.  Documentation
for emissions factors presented in this document is provided in
the Appendix.

     PM and PM1Q emission factor data used in this technology
transfer process are derived from the information in the
following three EPA publications:  (1) Compilation of Air
Pollutant Emission Factors. AP-42. fourth edition, through
Supplement A, October 1986 and Supplement B, September 1988; (2)
Gap-Filling PM,Q Emission Factors for Selected Open Area Dust
Sources. EPA-450/4-88-003. February 1988, and (31 Criteria
Pollutant Emission Factors for the 1985 NAPAP Emissions
Inventory. EPA/600/7-87/015, May 1987.  Comments or questions on
the emission factors should be addressed to the Criteria
Emissions Section  (MD-14), Office of Air Quality Planning and
Standards, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research
Triangle Park, North Carolina,  27711.  The telephone number is
(919) 541-5575 (FTS 629-5575).

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                   Key to PM1Q Emission Factors

1.  An "A" accompanying an emission factor means that this factor
is the weighted average ash content of the fuel burned, expressed
as a percent.  See, for example, SCC 1-01-008-01 on the facing
page.  If the weighted average ash content of the coke burned
were five percent (5%), then the emission factor would become 7.9
x 5 or 39.5 pounds of PM1Q emitted  (before control) per ton of
coke burned.

2.  An "S" accompanying an emission factor means that this factor
is the weighted average sulfur content of the fuel burned,
expressed as a percent.  See, for example, SCC 3-10-004-02 on
page 31.  If the weighted average sulfur content of the residual
oil burned were three percent (3%), then the emission factor
would become 10.3 x 3 or 30.9 pounds of PM10 emitted  (before
control) per one thousand gallons of residual oil burned.

3.  The entry "	" means that as yet we have no emission factor
for this SCC.  See, for example, SCC 1-01-002-17 on the facing
page.

4.  The "Reference Number", in the column on the right side of
the listing, identifies the respective emission factor
documentation, given in the appendix.

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         AIRS  SOURCE CLASSIFICATION CODES AND PM,0 EMISSION FACTOR
                       LISTING  BY  TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
    Page
    Number*
     SCC
Process
                               Factor      Units
                               Ibs/unit
Reference
Number
    EXTERNAL COMBUSTION BOILERS - ELECTRIC GENERATION  -  4911
    6

    6
Bituminous Coal
1-01-002-17 - Atmospheric        	
Fluid Bed

Process Gas (Specify Gas in Comments^
1-01-007-01 - Boilers Over      3.0
100 MMBtu/Hr

1-01-007-02 - Boilers under     3.0
100 MMBtu/hr

Coke
1-01-008-01 - All Boiler        7.9A
Sizes

Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG^
1-01-010-01 - Butane            0.28

1-01-010-02 - Propane           0.26

Bagasse
1-01-011-01 - All Boiler        5.6
Sizes

Liquid Waste
1-01-013-02 - Waste Oil        12.5
                                                   Tons  Burned
                                                    106 Cu. Ft.
                                                    Burned

                                                    106 Cu. Ft.
                                                    Burned
                         Tons  Burned



                         103 Gal. Burned

                         103 Gal. Burned


                         Tons  Burned



                         103 Gal. Burned
     5

     6
                                                                        8
      EXTERNAL COMBUSTION BOILERS - INDUSTRIAL
           Anthracite Coal
           1-02-001-07 - Hand-Fired

           Process Gas
           1-02-007-01 - Petroleum
           Refinery Gas
                                5.2
                                3.0
                         Tons  Burned
                          106 Cu. Ft.
                          Burned
     10
 *In the second edition of "NEDS Source Classification Codes and Emission Factor Listing - PM10",
fed August, 1988.

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Page SCC Process PM10 Reference^^
Number Factor Units Number ^^
Ibs/unit

6

6

8


8

8

8


8
8

8

8

Coke
1-02-008-02 - All Boiler 5.5A
Sizes
1-02-008-04 - Cogeneration 5.5A
Wood/Bark Waste
1-02-009-03 - Wood-Fired 7.9
Boiler (Greater than 50,000
LB Steam)
1-02-009-06 - Wood-Fired 7.9
Boiler (Less than 50,000
LB Steam)
Liquified Petroleum Gas CLPG)
1-02-010-01 - Butane 0.28

1-02-010-02 - Propane 0.26

Bagasse
1-02-011-01 - All Boiler 5.6
Sizes
CO Boiler
1-02-014-01 - Natural Gas 3.0

1-02-014-02 - Process Gas 3.0
EXTERNAL COMBUSTION BOILERS - COMMERCIAL
Anthracite Coal
1-03-001-03 - Hand-Fired 5.2
Bituminous Coal

Tons Burned

Tons Burned

Tons Burned


Tons Burned

103 Gal.
Burned
103 Gal.
Burned

Tons Burned
106 Cu. Ft.
Burned
106 Cu. Ft.
Burned
/INSTITUTIONAL

Tons Burned


11

12

13


14

15

' 16
1

17
18

19

20

1-03-002-14 - Hand Fired

1-03-002-17 - Atmospheric
Fluid Bed
7.8
Tons Burned

Tons Burned
21

21b

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Page SCC Process PM1Q
Number Factor
Ibs/unit
Wood/Bark Waste
9 1-03-009-03 - Wood-Fired 7
Boiler
Liquid Petroleum Gas CLPG)
9 1-03-010-01 - Butane 0
9 1-03-010-02 - Propane 0
EXTERNAL COMBUSTION - SPACE HEATERS
Industrial Space Heaters
10 1-05-001-05 - Distillate Oil 1
10 1-05-001-06 - Natural Gas 3
10 1-05-001-10 - Liquified 1
Petroleum Gas (LPG)
Commercial Space Heaters
10 1-05-002-05 - Distillate Oil i
10 1-05-002-06 - Natural Gas 3
10 1-05-002-09 - Wood 25
10 1-05-002-10 - Liquified 1
Petroleum Gas (LPG)
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - ELECTRIC
Distillate Oil ( Diesel)
10 2-01-001-01 - Turbine 4
10 2-01-001-02 - Reciprocating 32
Natural Gas
10 2-01-002-01 - Turbine 14
10 2-01-002-02 - Reciprocating 10
Kerosene /Naphtha (Jet Fuel)
Reference
Units Number
. 9 Tons Burned
.28 103
.26 103
-e&5 2.*K> 103
.0 106
.85 103

r*#5 2. V^IO3
.0 106
Gal
Gal
Gal
Cu.
Gal

Gal
Cu.
. Burned
. Burned
. Burned
Ft . Burned
. Burned

. Burned
Ft . Burned
.0 Tons Burned
.85 103
GENERATION
.8 103
.0 103
.0 106
.0 106

Gal . Burned
- 4911
Gal
Gal
Cu.
Cu.

. Burned
. Burned
Ft . Burned
Ft . Burned

22
23
24
25
26
27

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

10
2-01-009-01 - Turbine
4.8
103  Gal.  Burned
36

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Page
Number
     sec
Process
                                 .
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
Reference
Number
10
2-01-009-02 - Reciprocating   32.0
                         103 Gal. Burned
     37
INTERNAL COMBUSTION - INDUSTRIAL
       Distillate Oil fDiesel
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
2-02-001-01 -
2-02-001-02 -
2-02-001-03 --
Cogeneration
2-02-001-04 -
Cogeneration
Natural Gas
2-02-002-01 -
2-02-002-02 -
2-02-002-03 -
Cogeneration
2-02-002-04 -
Cogeneration
Gasoline
2-02-003-01 -
Turbine
Reciprocating
Turbine :
Reciprocating :
Turbine
Reciprocating
Turbine:
Reciprocating
Reciprocating
4
32
4
32
14
10
14
10
6
.8
.0
.8
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.2
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
Larcre Bore Enctine
11
11
11
11
11
11
2-02-004-01 -
2-02-004-02 -
(Oil/Gas)
2-02-004-03 -
( Cogeneration )
Diesel
Dual Fuel
Dual Fuel
Residual /Crude Oil
2-02-005-01 - Reciprocating
Kerosene /Naphtha CJet Fuel}
2-02-009-01 -
2-02-009-02 -
Turbine
Reciprocating
46
2
0
30
4
32
.0
.0
.032
.8
.8
.0
10
10
10
10
10
10
3
3
3
3
6
6
6
6
3
3
3
5
3
3
3
Gal.
Gal.
Gal.
Gal.
Cu.
Cu.
Cu.
Cu.
Gal.
Gal.
Burned
Burned
Burned
Burned
Ft . Burned
Ft . Burned
Ft . Burned
Ft . Burned
Burned
Burned
HP-Hours
Brake HP-Hours
Gal.
Gal.
Gal.
Burned
Burned
Burned
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52

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Page SCC Process PM10
Number Factor
Ibs/unit
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11

Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG)
2-02-010-01 - Propane: 5.0 103
Reciprocating
2-02-010-02 - Butane: 5.0 103
Reciprocating
INTERNAL COMBUSTION - COMMERCIAL/INSTITUTIONAL
Distillate Oil (Diesell
2-03-001-01 - Reciprocating 32.0 103
2-03-001-02 - Turbine 4.8 103
Natural Gas
2-03-002-01 - Reciprocating 10.0 106
2-03-002-02 - Turbine 14.0 106
Gasoline
2-03-003-01 - Reciprocating 6.2 103
Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG)
2-03-010-01 - Propane: 5.0 103
Reciprocating
2-03-010-02 - Butane: 5.0 103
Reciprocating
INTERNAL COMBUSTION - ENGINE TESTING
Aircraft
2-04-001-01 - Turbojet 11.3 103
2-04-001-02 - Turboshaft 11.3 103
Turbine
2-04-003-01 - Natural Gas 14.0 106
2-04-003-02 - Diesel/Kerosene 4.8 103
Reciprocating
Reference
Units Number
Gal . Burned
Gal . Burned
Gal . Burned
Gal . Burned
Cu. Ft. Burned
Cu. Ft. Burned
Gal . Burned
Gal . Burned
Gal . Burned
Gal. Fuel
Gal. Fuel
Cu . Ft . Burned
Gal . Burned

53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65

12
2-04-004-01 - Gasoline
6.2
10  Gal.  Burned
66

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Page
Number
     SCC
Process
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
               Reference'
               Number
12
2-04-004-02 - Diesel/Kerosene 32.0
                         103 Gal.  Burned
                    67
  CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING  - MAJOR  GROUP  28
       AdJPJC Acid - 2869
12
12
12
12
12
3-01-001-01 - General
3-01-001-05 - Apidic Acid
Refining
3-01-001-06 - Adipic Acid
Drying/Loading and Storage
Ammonia Production  2873
3-01-003-06 - Primary
Reformer: Natural Gas Fired
3-01-003-07 - Primary
0
0
0
0
0
.037
.004
.032
.144
.86
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
of Product
of Product
of Product
Produced
Produced
68
69
70
71
72
       Reformer:  Oil Fired

       Carbon Black Production - 2895
12     3-01-005-03 - Gas Furnace      3.2
       Process (Main Process Vent)

12     3-01-005-04 - Oil Furnace      6.53
       Process (Main Process Vent)

12     3-01-005-06 - Transport Air    0.58
       Vent

12     3-10-005-07 - Pellet Dryer     0.45

12     3-01-005-08 - Bagging/Loading  0.06

12     3-01-005-09 - Furnace Process  0.2
       Fugitive Emissions

       Charcoal Manufacture - 2861
13     3-01-006-03 - Batch Kiln     255.4
13
3-01-006-04 - Continuous
Furnace
              255.4
Tons Produced


Tons Produced


Tons Produced


Tons Produced

Tons Produced

Tons Produced



Tons Produced

Tons Produced
74


75


76


77

78

79



80

81
13
3-01-006-05 - Briquetting
               24.1
Tons Produced
82
                                  8

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Page
Number
     SCC
Process
                                 .
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
Reference
Number
13
13
13
14
14
14
14
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
Explosives - Trinitrotoluene - 2892
3-01-010-15 - Batch Process:  23.5
Red Water Incinerator
3-01-010-23 - Continuous       0.24
Process: Red Water
Incinerator

3-01-010-30 - Open Burning:     	
Waste

Phosphoric Acid:  Thermal Process - 2874
3-01-017-03 - Absorber w/      2.14
Packed Tower

3-01-017-04 - Absorber w/      2.53
Venturi Scrubber

3-01-017-05 - Absorber w/      0.69
Glass Mist Eliminator

3-01-017-06 - Absorber w/      5.46
Wire Mist Eliminator

3-01-017-07 - Absorber w/      0.11
High-pressure Mist Eliminator

3-01-017-08 - Absorber w/      1.66
Electrostatic Precipitator
                         Tons Produced       83


                         Tons Produced       84



                         Tons TNT Burned     85
                         Tons P205 Produced   86
                         Tons P205 Produced
                         Tons P205 Produced
                         Tons P205 Produced


                         Tons P205 Produced


                         Tons P205 Produced
       Plastics Production - Specific Products - 2821
3-01-018-01 - Polyvinyl       23.0
Chlorides & Copolymers

3-01-018-02 - Polypropylene    2.0
and Copolymers

Phthalic Anhydride - 2865
3-01-019-02 - o-Xylene        12.2
Oxidation: Pre-treatment

3-01-019-06 - Naphthalene      4.7
Oxidation: Pre-treatment

Printing Ink Manufacturer - 2893
3-01-020-05 - Pigment Mixing    	
                         Tons Product


                         Tons Product



                         Tons Produced


                         Tons Produced



                         Tons Pigment
     87


     88


     89


     90


     91




     92


     93




     94


     95



     96

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Page SCC Process
Number

16

16

16


18
18
18

18
18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

Sodium Carbonate  2812
3-01-021-02 - Solvay:
Handling
3-01-021-06 - Rotary Dryer:
Gas-Fired
3-01-021-14*- Rotary Dryer:
Steam Tube
Ammonium Nitrate Production 
3-01-027-04 - Neutralizer
3-01-027-08 - Pan Granulator
3-01-027-09 - Bulk Loading
(General)
3-01-027-10 - Bagging Product
3-01-027-11 - Neutralizer
(High Density)
3-01-027-12 - Prilling Tower
(High Density)
3-01-027-14 - Prill Coolers
(High Density)
3-01-027-17 - Evaporator/
Concentrator (High Density)
3-01-027-18 - Coating
(High Density)
3-01-027-21 - Neutralizer
(Low Density)
3-01-027-27 - Evaporator
Concentrator (Low Density)
3-01-027-28 - Coating (Low
Density)
PM1Q Reference
Factor Units Number
Ibs/unit

10.5

17.6

14.0

2873
4.35
0.05


 . 
4.35

3.0

0.01

0.49

3.4

4.35

0.49

3.4


Tons Produced

Tons Product

Tons Product


Tons Produced
Tons Produced
Tons Produced

Tons Produced
Tons Produced

Tons Produced

Tons Produced

Tons Produced

Tons Produced

Tons Produced

Tons Produced

Tons Produced


97

98a

98b


99
100
101

102
103

104

105

106

107

108

109

110

* New SCC
                                     10

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Page SCC Process PM1Q
Number Factor
Ibs/unit
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
25
35
Inorganic Picrments  2816
3-01-035-01 - Titanium Ti02 27.6
Sulfate Process: Calciner
3-01-035-06 - Lead Oxide: 0.64
Barton Pot
3-01-035-07 - Lead Oxide: 15.0
Calcining Furnace
3-01-035-10 - Red Lead 1.0
3-01-035-15 - White Lead 0.69
3-01-035-20 - Lead Chromate
3-01-035-51 - Ore Dryer 6.9
Urea Production - 2873
3-01-040-02 - Solution 0.011
Concentration (Controlled)
3-01-040-03 - Prilling 3.57
3-01-040-04 - Drum Granulation 4.82
3-01-040-05 - Solid Product: 3.4
Coating
3-01-040-05 - Solid Product: 	
Bagging
3-01-040-07 - Bulk Loading 	
Lead Alkyl Manufacture  ( Sodium/Lead
3-01-042-01 - Recovery 59.3
Furnace
3-01-042-04 - Sludge Pits 	
Ammonium Sulfate  2873
3-01-130-05 - Fluid Bed Dryer 21.8
Instant Coffee Products - 2095
3-02-003-01 - Spray Dryer 0.93
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Alloy
Tons
Tons
Tons
Tons
Reference
Units Number
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Produced
Process 1 - 2869
Produced
Produced
Produced
Green Beans
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127

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Page SCC
Number
Cotton Ginni
35 3-02-004-01
35 3-02-004-02
Process
,na - 0724
- Unloading Fan
- Seed Cotton
PM1Q Reference
Factor Units Number
Ibs/unit
Bales of Cotton 128
Bales of Cotton 129
35
35
35
36
36
36


36


38

38




40


40
Cleaning System

3-02-004-03 - Stick/Burr
Machine

3-02-004-04 - Miscellaneous
(Lint Cleaner/Battery Conden-
sers/Master Trash/Overflow/
Mote Fans)

3-02-004-10 - General
(Entire Process, Alternative
to Above)
Feed and Grain Country Elevators - 5153
3-02-006-08 - Elevator Legs    0.23
fHeadhouse)
          Bales of Cotton
          Bales of Cotton
                    130
                    131
          Bales of Cotton
                                                4221
                    132
3-02-006-11 - Elevator Legs    0.7
(Headhouse)
Rve Milling - 2041
3-02-007-24 - Millhouse       42.7

Wheat Mills - 2041
3-02-007-34 - Millhouse       42.7

Fish Processing - 2077. 2091
3-02-012-05 - Steam Tube Dryer 1.05
          Tons Grain
          Processed

          Tons Grain
          Shipped or
          Received
                    133
                    134
3-02-012-06 - Direct Fire
Dryer
 1.68
Tons Grain Received 135


Tons Grain Received 136


Tons Fish Scrap     137

Tons Fish Scrap     138
Aluminum Ore - Bauxite - 1051
3-03-000-02 - Drying Oven      0.70

Aluminum Ore:  Electro-Reduction - 3334
          Tons of Ore
                    139
3-03-001-01 - Prebaked
Reduction Cell
54.5
Tons of Molten      140
Aluminum Produced
                                 12

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Page
Number
SCC
Process
                            *
                         Factor
                         Ibs/unit
                              Units
Reference
Number
40     3-03-001-04 - Materials        5.8
       Handling

41     3-03-001-10 - Vertical Stud    3.70
       Soderberg: Fugitive Emis.

       Aluminum Hydroxide Calcining - 3334
41     3-03-002-01 - Overall Process 24.0
       By-Product Coke Manufacturing - 3312
41     3-03-003-08 - Oven/Door Leaks  0.48

41     3-03-003-10 - Coal Crushing    0.05

41     3-03-003-12 - Coke Crushing/   0.04
       Screening/Handling

41     3-03-003-14 - Topside Leaks    0.08

       Coke Manufacture:  Beehives - 3312
41   .  3-03-004-01 - General         97.8

       Primary Copper Smelters - 3331
41     3-03-005-02 - Multiple        23.8
       Hearth Roaster

41     3-03-005-05 - Fire (Furnace)   9.2
       Refining

41     3-03-005-06 - Ore Concen-      4.8
       trate Dryer

41     3-03-005-07 - Reverberatory   13.5
       Smelting Furnace with Ore
       Charging (w/o Roasting)

41     3-03-005-09 - Fluidized Bed   29.2
       Roaster

42     3-03-005-10 - Electric        58.0
       Smelting Furnace

42     3-03-005-12 - Flash Smelting  83.0
                                   Tons of Molten      141
                                   Aluminum Produced

                                   Tons of Molten      142
                                   Aluminum Produced
                                   Tons of Alumina     143
                                   Produced
                                   Tons Coal Charged   144

                                   Tons Coal Processed 145

                                   Tons Coke Processed 146


                                   Tons Coal Charged   147


                                   Tons Coal Charged   148
                                   Tons Concentrated   149
                                   Ore Processed

                                   Tons Concentrated   150
                                   Ore Processed

                                   Tons Concentrated   151
                                   Ore Processed

                                   Tons Concentrated   152a
                                   Ore Processed
                                   Tons Concentrated   152b
                                   Ore Processed

                                   Tons Concentrated   153
                                   Ore Processed

                                   Tons Concentrated   154
                                   Ore Processed
                                  13

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 Number
     sec
Process
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
               Reference
               Number
 42
 42
 42
 42
 42
 42
 42
 42
 42
42
42
3-03-005-13 - Roasting:
Fugitive Emissions

3-03-005-14 - Reverberatory
Furnace:  Fugitive Emissions

3-03-005-15 - Converter:
Fugitive Emissions

3-03-005-16 - Anode Refining
Furnace:  Fugitive Emissions

3-03-005-17 - Slag Cleaning
Furnace:  Fugitive Emissions

3-03-005-22 - Slag Cleaning
Furnace

3-03-005-23 - Reverberatory
Furnace w/Convertor

3-03-005-25 - Fluid Bed
Roaster w/Reverberatory
Furnace and Converter

3-03-005-26 - Concentrate
Dryer w/Electric Furnace &
Cleaning Furnace & Converter

3-03-005-27 - Concentrate
Dryer w/Flash Furnace &
Converter

3-03-005-28 - Noranda Reactor
and Converter
                1.4
                0.17
                2.6
                0.46
                7.7
                9.6
               13.5
               29.2
                4.8
                4.8
Tons Concentrated   155
Ore Processed

Tons Concentrated   156
Ore Processed

Tons Concentrated   157
Ore Processed

Tons Concentrated   158
Ore Processed

Tons Concentrated   159
Ore Processed

Tons Concentrated   160
Ore Processed

Tons Concentrated   161
Ore Processed

Tons Concentrated   163
Ore Processed
Tons Concentrated   164a
     Ore Processed
Tons Concentrated   164b
Ore Processed
                         Tons Concentrated   164c
                         Ore Processed
42
42
3-03-005-29 - Multiple Hearth 23.8
Roaster w/Reverberatory Furnace
& Converter
3-03-005-30 - Fluid Bed
Roaster w/Electric Furnace
& Converter
               29.2
                         Tons Concentrated   164d
                         Ore Processed
Tons Concentrated   164e
Ore Processed
                                   14

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 Number
     SCC
Process
                                 *
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
               Reference
               Number
42
42
42
42
42
3-03-005-31 - Reverberatory   13.5
Furnace after Multiple Hearth
Roaster

3-03-005-32 - Reverberatory   13.5
Furnace after Fluid Bed
Roaster

3-03-005-33 - Electric Fur-   58.0
nace after Concentrate Dryer

3-03-005-34 - Flash Furnace   83.0
after Concentrate Dryer

3-03-005-35 - Electric        58.0
Furnace after Fluid Bed
Roaster
                         Tons Concentrated   164f
                         Ore Processed
                         Tons Concentrated   164g
                         Ore Processed
                         Tons Concentrated   164h
                         Ore Processed

                         Tons Concentrated   164i
                         Ore Processed

                         Tons Concentrated   164j
                         Ore Processed
 42
 42
 43
 43
 43
 43
 43
Ferroalloy (Open Furnace) - 3313
3-03-006-02 - 75% Ferro-     199
silicon: Elec. Smelting
Furnaces

3-03-006-03 - 90% Ferro-     355
silicon:  Elec. Smelting
Furnaces
                         Tons Produced
                         Tons Produced
Ferroalloy (Semi-covered Furnace) - 3313
3-03-007-01 - Ferromanganese:  3*&Gr }>.$ Tons Produced
Electric Arc Furnace
Iron Production - 3312
3-03-008-01 - Blast Furnace:  41.8
Ore Charge

3-03-008-02 - Blast Furnace:  15.2
Agglomerates Charge

Sintering - 3312
3-03-008-14 - Sinter Discharge 1.02
End
                    165
                    166
                                             167
3-03-008-17 - Sinter Cooler
                0.45
                         Tons Iron Produced  168
                         Tons Iron Produced  169
Tons Sinter
Produced

Tons Sinter
Produced
                                             170
171
                                   15

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Page SCC Process PM1Q Referenc^p
Number Factor Units Number ^^
Ibs/unit
43
43
44

3-03-008-19 - Sinter 0.12
Processing (Combined Code
Includes 15, 16, 17, 18)
3-03-008-20 - Sinter Con- 0.013
veyor: Transfer Station
3-03-008-26 - Blast Furnace 33.0
Slips
Steel Production - 3312
Tons Sinter
Produced
Tons Sinter
Transferred
Number of Slips

172
173
174

44     3-03-009-04 - Electric Arc     6.55
       Furnace: Stack (Alloy Steel)

44     3-03-009-08 Electric Arc      29.0
       Furnace:  Stack (Carbon
       Steel)

44     3-03-009-13 - Basic Oxygen    13.1
       Furnace: Open Hood - Stack

44     3-03-009-14 - Basic Oxygen    13.1
       Furnace: Closed Hood - Stack

44     3-03-009-15 - Hot Metal        0.09
       (Iron) Transfer to Steel-
       making Furnace

44     3-03-009-21 - Teeming          0.03
       (Unleaded Steel)

45     3-03-009-25 - Teeming          0.36
       (Leaded Steel)

45     3-03-009-32 - Machine Scarfing 0.1

       Lead Smelters - 3332
45     3-03-010-05 - Materials        4.25
       Handling (Includes 11,12,
       13,04,14)

45     3-03-010-06 - sintering:     181.0
       Dual Stream Feed End
Tons Produced


Tons Produced



Tons Produced


Tons Produced


Tons Produced



Tons Produced


Tons Produced


Tons Produced
Tons of Lead
Processed
Tons of
Concentrated
Ore Processed
175


176



177
179




180


181



182


183




184
                                  16

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Number
SCC
Process
                         Factor
                         Ibs/unit
                              Units
Reference
Number
45     3-03-010-08 - Slag Fume        1.29
       Furnace

45     3-03-010-09 - Lead Dressing    0.47

45     3-03-010-10 - Crushing &       0.85
       Grinding

45     3-03-010-11 - Raw Material     0.34
       Unloading
45     3-03-010-12 - Raw Material     0.26
       Storage Piles

45     3-03-010-13 - Raw Material     0.43
       Transfer

45     3-03-010-14 - Sintering        1.90
       Charge Mixing

45     3-03-010-15 - Sinter           0.12
       Crushing/Screening

45     3-03-010-16 - Sinter Transfer  0.015

45     3-03-010-17 - Sinter Fines     4.8
       Return Handling

45     3-03-010-19 - Blast Furnace    0.07
       Tapping (Metal and Slag)

45     3-03-010-20 - Blast Furnace    0.93
       Lead Pouring

45     3-03-010-21 - Blast Furnace    0.13
       Slag Pouring

45     3-03-010-22 - Lead Refining/   1.76
       Silver Retort Building

45     3-03-010-23 - Lead Casting     0.85
45     3-03-010-24 - Reverberatory    2.94
       or Kettle Softening
                                   Tons of Lead
                                   Processed

                                   Tons of Lead
                                   Processed
                                   Tons Processed
                                   Tons of Raw
                                   Material
                                   Tons of Raw
                                   Material

                                   Tons of Raw
                                   Material

                                   Tons of Raw
                                   Material

                                   Tons of Sinter
                                   Tons of Sinter

                                   Tons of Sinter
                                   Tons of Lead
                                   Product

                                   Tons of Lead
                                   Product

                                   Tons of Lead
                                   Product

                                   Tons of Lead
                                   Product.

                                   Tons of Lead
                                   Product

                                   Tons of Lead
                                   Product
                                             185


                                             186

                                             187


                                             188

                                             189


                                             190


                                             191



                                             192


                                             193

                                             194


                                             195


                                             196


                                             197


                                             198



                                             199


                                             200
                                  17

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Page SCC Process
Number
45
45
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
3-03-010-25 - Sinter Machine
Leakage
?MI(V
Factor
Ibs/unit
0.67
3-03-010-26 - Sinter Dump Area 0.0008
Titanium Processina - 3339, 3369. 3356
3-03-012-02 - Drying
Titanium Sand Ore (Cyclone
Exit)
Taconite Iron Ore Processina
3-03-023-04 - Ore Transfer
3-03-023-07 - Bentonite
Storage
3-03-023-12 - Indurating
Furnace: Gas Fired
3-03-023-13 - Indurating
Furnace: Oil Fired
3-03-023-14 - Indurating
Furnace: Coal Fired
3-03-023-21 - Haul Road:
Rock
0.43
- 1011
0.085
0.03
24.8
24.8
24.8
6.2
3-03-023-22 - Haul Road: 5.2
Taconite
Metal Mininci  General Processes  1011
3-03-024-01 - Primary
Crushing (low moisture ore)
3-03-024-02 - Secondary
Crushing (low moisture ore)
3-03-024-03 - Tertiary
Crushing (low moisture ore)
3-03-024-04 - Material
0.05
0.10
0.16
0.06
Reference!
Units Number
Tons of Sinter
Tons of Sinter
Tons Processed
Tons Pellets
Produced
Tons Pellets
Produced
Tons Pellets
Produced
Tons Pellets
Produced
Tons Pellets
Produced
Vehicle-Miles
Traveled
Vehicle-Miles
Traveled
-1099
Tons Ore Processed
Tons Ore Processed
Tons Ore Processed
Tons Ore Processed
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
Handling (low moisture ore)
                           18

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Number
     SCC
Process
                                 *
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
               Reference
               Number
47



47


47


47

47


47



47



47


47



47

47
48
48
48
48
3-03-024-05 - Primary
Crushing (high moisture ore)

3-03-024-06 - Secondary
Crushing (high moisture ore)

3-03-024-07 - Tertiary
Crushing (high moisture ore)

3-03-024-08 - Material
Handling (high moisture ore)
3-03-024-09 - Dry Grinding
w/air conveying

3-03-024-10 - Dry Grinding
w/o air conveying, etc.

3-03-024-11 - Ore Drying

Zinc Smelting - 3339
3-03-030-09 - Raw Material
Handling and Transfer
                0.009    Tons Ore Processed  215


                0.02     Tons Ore Processed  216


                0.02     Tons Ore Processed  217


                0.005    Tons Ore Processed  218

               20.2      Tons Ore Processed  219
                2.35
               12.0
                3.4
Tons Ore Processed  220
Tons Ore Processed  221
3-03-030-10 - Sinter Breaking  1,
and Cooling
Tons Processed
                         Tons Processed
222
                    223
3-03-030-11
3-03-030-12
Unloading
Secondary
- Zinc
- Raw
Cooper
Casting
Material
Smeltina
2.1
0.23
and Al
Tons
Tons
lovinci
Processed
Processed
( Brass /Bronze
224
225
Melt}
33AJLJJ362
3-04-002-07 - Scrap Dryer    253.0
(Rotary)

3-04-002-08 - Wire Burning   253.0
(Incinerator)
                         Tons of Charge
                         Tons of Charge
Cupolas
3-04-002-10 - Charge w/
Scrap Copper
                0.00027  Tons of Charge
3-04-002-11 - Charge w/      211.6
Insulated Copper Wire
                         Tons of Charge
                    226
                    227
                    228
                    229
                                  19

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Number
     SCC
Process
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
               Reference'
               Number
48




48

48




48




48




49

49




49

49




49

49


49

49


49



49

49
3-04-002-12 - Charge w/
Scrap Copper and Brass
               64.4
Reverberatory Furnace
3-04-002-14 - charge w/Copper  5.1

3-04-002-15 - Charge w/       21.2
Brass and Bronze

Rotary Furnace
3-04-002-17 - Charge w/      177
Brass and Bronze

Crucible and Pot Furnaces
3-04-002-19 - Charge w/       12.4
Brass and Bronze

Electric Arc Furnace
3-04-002-20 - Charge w/Copper  5.0

3-04-002-21 - Charge w/Brass   6.5
and Bronze

Electric Induction Furnace
3-04-002-23 - Charge w/Copper  7.0

3-04-002-24 - Charge w/Brass  20.0
and Bronze
Fugitive Emissions
3-04-002-31 - Scrap Dryer
                8.2
3-04-002-32 - Wire Incinerator 8.2

3-04-002-33 - Sweating Furnace 0.45

3-04-002-34 - Cupola Furnace   2.2

3-04-002-35 - Reverberatory    3.1
Furnace

3-04-002-36 - Rotary Furnace   2.6

3-04-002-37 - Crucible Furnace 0.29
Tons of Charge



Tons of Charge

Tons of Charge



Tons of Charge



Tons of Charge



Tons of Charge

Tons of Charge



Tons of Charge

Tons of Charge



Tons of Charge

Tons of Charge

Tons of Charge

Tons of Charge

Tons of Charge


Tons of Charge

Tons of Charge
230




231

232




233




234




235

236




237

238




239

240

241

242

243



244

245
                                 20

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Number
     SCC
               Process
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                                             Units
               Reference
               Number
49


49



49


49


49

49

49

49


49


49

49


49

49



50

50


50


50
3-04-002-38 - Electric         0.08
Induction Furnace

3-04-002-39 - Casting           0.015
Operations

Gray Iron Foundries - 3321
3-04-003-02 - Reverberatory    1.7
Furnace

3-04-003-03 - Electric         0.86
Induction Furnace

3-04-003-15 - Charge Handling  0.36

3-04-003-20 - Pouring/Casting  2.8

3-04-003-25 - Casting Cooling  1.4

3-04-003-40 - Casting Grind-   1.7
ing/Cleaning

3-04-003-50 - Sand             0.54
Grinding/Handling

3-04-003-51 - Core Ovens       2.22

3-04-003-52 - Sand Grinding/   6.0
Handling

3-04-003-53 - Core Ovens       0.90

3-04-003-60 - Castings         0.0045
Finishing

Secondary Lead Smelting - 3341. 3369
3-04-004-01 - Pot Furnace      0.2

              Reverberatory  194
3-04-004-02
Furnace

3-04-004-03
(Cupola)

3-04-004-04
Furnace
            - Blast Furnace  129
            - Rotary Sweating 64
                                        Tons of Charge      246
                                        Tons of Casting     247
                                        Produced
Tons Metal Charged  248


Tons Metal Charged  249


Tons Metal Charged  250

Tons Metal Charged  251

Tons Metal Charged  252

Tons Metal Charged  253


Tons Sand Handled   254


Tons Sand Handled   255

Tons Metal Charged  256


Tons Metal Charged  257

Tons Metal Charged  258



Tons Metal Charged  259

Tons Metal Charged  260


Tons Metal Charged  261


Tons Metal Charged  262
                                  21

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Number
     sec
Process
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
               Number
50



50

50

50



50



50




50



50



50



50



50




51



51



51




51
3-04-004-05 - Reverberatory
Sweating Furnace
               31
3-04-004-08 - Barton Process  40.0
Reactor (Oxidation Kettle)
3-04-004-09 - Casting          0.87
3-04-004-12 - Sweating
Furnace: Fugitive

3-04-004-13 - Smelting
Furnace:  Fugitive

3-04-004-14 - Kettle
Refining: Fugitive
                2.35
               10.0
                0.002
Lead Battery Manufacture - 3691
3-04-005-05 - Overall
Process                      125
3-04-005-07 - Paste Mixing
                3.92
3-04-005-10 - Lead Reclaiming  1.67
Furnace

3-04-005-11 - Small Parts      0.19
Casting

3-04-005-12 - Formation       32.4
Steel Foundry - 3324. 3325
3-04-007-03 - Open Hearth      8.5
Furnace with Oxygen Lance

3-04-007-05 - Electric         0.09
Induction Furnace

3-04-007-06 - Sand Grinding/   0.54
Handling in Mold and Core
Making

3-04-007-07 - Core Ovens       2.22
Tons Metal Charged  263
Tons Lead           264
Oxide Produced
Tons of Lead Cast   265

Tons Metal Charged  266
Tons Metal Charged  267
Tons Metal Charged  268
103  Batteries
Produced

103  Batteries
Produced

103  Batteries
Produced

103  Batteries
Produced

103  Batteries
Produced
                         Tons Metal
                         Processed

                         Tons Metal
                         Processed

                         Tons Sand
                         Processed
                         Tons Sand
                         Processed
269


270


271


272


273




274


275


276




277
                                  22

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Page SCC Process PM10
Number Factor
Ibs/unit
51
51
51
51
51
51
51

3-04-007-08 - Pouring and &*V .
Casting
3-04-007-11 - Castings 1.7
Cleaning
3-04-007-12 - Charge 0.36
Handling
3-04-007-13 - Casting U^=6 1.4
Cooling
3-04-007-15 - Finishing: 0.0045
Specify in Comments
3-04-007-16 - Sand Grinding 6.0
and Handling
3-04-007-17 - Core Ovens 0.90
Lead Cable Coatina - 3357. 3315
53 3-04-040-01 - General 0.36
MINERAL PRODUCTS - MAJOR GROUPS 11. 12. 14. 28
54
54
54
54
Asphalt Roofing Manufacture - 2952
3-05-001-01 - Asphalt 6.8
Blowing: Saturant
3-05-001-02 - Asphalt 25.0
Blowing: -Coating
3-05-001-03 - Felt 0.5
Saturation: Dipping Only
3-05-001-04 - Felt Satu- 2.26
Reference
Units Number
Tons Metal
Processed
Tons Metal
Processed
Tons Metal
Processed
Tons Metal
Processed
Tons Metal
Processed
Tons Metal
Processed
Tons Metal
Processed
Tons Lead
Processed
. 29. 32. 44
Tons Asphalt
Processed
Tons Asphalt
Processed
Tons Asphalt
Shingle
Tons Asphalt
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
54
54
ration: Dipping/Spraying

Asphaltic Concrete - 2951
3-05-002-02 - Hot Elevators
Screens, Bins & Mixer
0.03
3-05-002-03 - Storage Piles    0.12
                                               Shingle
Tons Produced
         Tons Produced
290
                    291
                                  23

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Number
     SCC
Process
                                 *
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
               Referencei
               Number
54



54




55



55



55

55



55




55




55



55
3-05-002-04 - Cold Aggregate
Handling
                0.04
55



55

55




55
3-05-002-11 - Rotary Dryer -   0.36
Conventional Plant, w/cyclone
Brick Manufacturing - 3251
3-05-003-01 - Raw Material
Drying

3-05-003-03 - Storage of
Raw Materials

3-05-003-08 - Screening

3-05-003-11 - Curing and
Firing: Gas-Fired

3-05-003-12 - Curing and
Firing: Oil-Fired Tunnel
Kilns

3-05-003-14 - Curing and
Firing: Gas-Fired Periodic
Kilns

3-05-003-15 - Curing and
               12.0



                1.4

                0.01


                0.32




                0.034




                0.47
Firing: Oil-Fired Periodic Kilns

3-05-003-16 - Curing and      10.0
Firing: Coal-Fired Periodic
Kilns

Calcium Carbide - 2819
3-05-004-01 - Electric        22.0
Furnace (Hoods & Main Stack)

3-05-004-02 - Coke Dryer       1.0

3-05-004-03 - Furnace Room    24.0
Vents

Castable Refractory - 3255
3-05-005-05 - Molding and     20.0
Shakeout
Tons Produced
                         Tons Produced
292a
                    292b
Tons Raw Material   293


Tons Material       294
Stored

Tons Raw Material   295

Tons Produced       296


Tons Brick Produced 297
Tons Produced
Tons Produced
                         Tons Produced
298
299
                    300
                         Tons Produced


                         Tons Produced

                         Tons Produced
                    301


                    302

                    303
                         Tons Feed Material  304
                                  24

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Number
     SCC
               Process
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                                             Units
               Reference
               Number
       Cement Manufacturing - Drv Process - 3241
56



56

56

56



56



56




56



56



56

56



56



56




56



56



56
3-05-006-07 - Raw Material
Unloading
                               0.1
                               1.4
3-05-006-08 - Raw Material
Piles
3-05-006-09 - Primary Crushing 0.26

3-05-006-10 - Secondary        1.13
Crushing

3-05-006-12 - Raw Material     0.15
Transfer

3-05-006-19 - Cement Load Out  0.20
Wet Process - 3241
3-05-007-07 - Raw Material     0.1
Unloading

3-05-007-08 - Raw Material     1.4
Piles

3-05-007-09 - Primary Crushing 0.26

                               1.13
3-05-007-10 - Secondary
Crushing

3-05-007-12 - Raw Material
Transfer
                               0.15
Tons Material


Tons in Piles

Tons Processed

Tons Processed


Tons Handled
                                        Tons Cement
                                        Produced
                                        Tons of Material
                                        Unloaded

                                        Tons in Piles
Tons Processed

Tons Processed


Tons Handled
                                        Tons Cement
                                        Produced
305



306

307

308



309



310




311



312



313

314



315



316
3-05-007-19 - Cement Loadout   0.20


Clav and Flv Ash Sintering CLow Density Aggregate Manufacture1) - 3295
3-05-009-03 - Natural Clay/    6.12
Shale Sintering

3-05-009-04 - Raw Clay/Shale   0.25
Crushing/Screening

3-05-009-05 - Raw Clay/Shale   0.40
Transfer/Conveying
                                        Tons Finished
                                        Product
                    317
                                        Tons Raw Material   318
                                        Tons Raw Material   319
                                  25

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Number

57

57
57
57

57

57

57

58
Surface Mini
3-05-010-21
Removal
3-05-010-22
3-05-010-23
3-05-010-30

3-05-010-33
Drilling
3-05-010-34
Drilling
3-05-010-37
Overburden
3-05-010-42
Process PM1Q
Factor
Ibs/unit
na Operations - 1111. 1211
- Overburden 	

- Drilling/Blasting 	
- Loading 0.05
- Topsoil Removal 	

- Overburden: 0.16

- Coal Seam: 0.028

- Truck Loading: 0.015

- Truck 0.001
Reference
Units Number

Tons Coal Mined

Tons Coal Mined
Tons Coal Mined
Tons Topsoil
Removed
Holes Drilled

Holes Drilled

Tons Overburden
Loaded
Tons Overburden

320

321
322
323

324

325

326

327
58
58
58
Unloading: Bottom Dump-
Overburden

3-05-010-43 - Open Storage.   17,060
Pile: Coal

3-05-010-48 - Overburden       0.006
Replacement

3-05-010-49 - Wind Erosion:  380
Exposed Areas
Acres Coal          328
Storage Area

Tons Overburden     329
Acres Exposed Area  330
59
Concrete Batching  -  Fugitive Emissions  - 3271.  3272.  3273.  3275
1771. 3292
3-05-011-20 - Asbestos/Cement  0.1
Products
Tons Produced
331
       Wool-Type Glass Fiber - 3296
59     3-05-012-01 - Regenerative    20.7
       Furnace

59     3-05-012-02 - Recuperative    25.9
       Furnace
                                        Tons Material
                                        Processed

                                        Tons Material
                                        Processed
                    332
                    333
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Page SCC
Number
59 3-05-012-03 -
Furnace
59 3-05-012-04 -
(Rotary Spun)
59 3-05-012-05 -
(Rotary Spun)
59 3-05-012-06 -
59 3-05-012-07 -
Furnace
Process PM10 Reference
Factor Units Number
Ibs/unit
Electric 0.47
Forming

Curing Oven 9 . 0
Cooling 1.3
Unit Melter 8.6
59 3-05-012-08 - Forming 	
(Flame Attenuation)
59 3-05-012-09 - Curing 6.0
(Flame Attenuation)
Textile-Type
59 3-05-012-11 -
Furnace
59 3-05-012-12 -
Furnace
59 3-05-012-13 -
Furnace
59 3-05-012-14 -
Process
59 3-05-012-15 -
Glass Fiber - 3229
Regenerative 15.0
Recuperative 1 . 9
Unit Melter 5.7
Forming 	
Curing 1 . 2
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
Processed
Tons Material
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
59


59


59
Oven

Frit Manufacture - 2899
3-05-013-01 - Rotary Furnace  15.0

Glass Manufacture - 3211. 3221. 3229
                                               Processed
         Tons Charged
                    346
3-05-014-03 - Flat Glass:
Melting Furnace
1.9
3-05-014-04 - Pressed and     16.5
Blown Glass: Melting Furnace
Tons Glass Produced 347
         Tons Glass Produced 348
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Page
Number
SCC
Process
                            *
                         Factor
                         Ibs/unit
                              Units
Reference
Number
       Gypsum Manufacture - 3275
60     3-05-015-04 - Conveying        0.15

60     3-05-015-05 - Primary          0.26
       Crushing: Gypsum Ore

60     3-05-015-06 - Secondary        1.13
       Crushing: Gypsum Ore

60     3-05-015-21 - End Sawing       6.80
       (8 Ft)

60     3-05-015-22 - End Sawing       4.25
       (12 Ft)

       Lime Manufacture  3274
60     3-05-016-01 - Primary          0.26
       Crushing

60     3-05-016-02 - Secondary        1.13
       Crushing/Screening

60     3-05-016-03 - Calcining-       5.00
       Vertical Kiln dd

60     3-05-016-05 - Calcimatic      31.5
       Kiln d
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Page
Number
     SCC
Process
                                 *
                              Factor
                              Ibs/unit
                              Units
               Reference
               Number
61


61



61

61
Phosphate Rock - 1475
3-05-019-04 - Open Storage    14.4

Stone Quarrvina/Processina - 1411. 1422
                         Tons Phosphate Rock 364

                        .  1423. 1429. 1499
3-05-020-06 - Miscellaneous     	
Operation-Screen/Convey/
Handling

3-05-020-07 - Open Storage     0.12
3-05-020-09 - Blasting -
General
61     3-05-020-12 - Drying

       Sand/Gravel - 1442. 1446
62     3-05-025-02 - Aggregate
       Storage

62     3-05-025-03 - Material
       Transfer & Conveying

62     3-05-025-07 - Storage
       Piles
                               5.0
                               0.12
                           1,367.0
                         Tons Raw Material   365



                         Tons Product Stored 366

                         Tons Raw Material   367


                         Tons Stone Dryed    368
                         Tons Product
                               0.0064   Tons Product
                    369
                                             370
                         Acres of Storage    371
                         Area
PETROLEUM INDUSTRY - MAJOR GROUP 29

       Petroleum Process Heaters 2911
66     3-06-001-03 - Oil Fired        7.4 S
66
3-06-001-04 - Gas Fired
66     3-06-001-05 - Natural Gas-
       Fired

66     3-06-001-06 - Process Gas-
       Fired
66
3-06-001-07 - LPG Fired
                3.0
                               3.0
                               3.0
                0.27
103  Gallons Oil
Burned

106  Cubic Feet
Burned

106  Cubic Feet
Burned

106  Cubic Feet
Burned

10  Gallons Burned
                                                            372
373
                                             374
                                             375
376
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Page SCC Process PM10 Reference)
Number Factor Units Number
Ibs/unit
66
66
68
69
69
69
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
Fluid Catalytic Crackincr Units (
3-06-002-01 - Fluid 169
Catalytic Cracking Unit
3-06-003-01 - Thermal Cat- 11
alytic Cracking Unit
Fluid Cokina Units - 2911
3-06-012-01 - Fluid Coking 366
Units
Sulfate (Kraft^ Puloina - 2611.
Industrial Boilers')
3-07-001-08 - Fluid Bed 50
Calciner
FCC1
.4
.9
.0
2621
.4
3-07-001-10 - Recovery 230.0
Furnace/Indirect Contact
Evaporator
Pulpboard Manufacture - 2631, 2661
3-07-004-02 - Fiberboard: 0
General
Plywood/Particleboard Operations
3-07-007-01 - General: 2
Not Classified
3-07-007-03 - Particleboard 0
Drying
3-07-007-04 - Waferboard 498
Dryer
3-07-007-11 - Fir-Sapwood- 2
Steam Fired
3-07-007-12 - Fir-Sapwood- l
Gas-Fired
3-07-007-13 - Fir-Heartwood 1
Plywood Veneer dryer
3-07-007-14 - Larch 2
- 2911
10J BBLs. Fresh Feed
103 BBLs. Fresh Feed
103 BBLs. Fresh Feed
. 2631 (For Bark Boilers
Air-Dry Tons
Unbleached Pulp
Air-Dry Tons
Unbleached Pulp
.35 Tons Finished
Product
- 2435. 2436. 2492
.47
.35
.0
.69
.37
.84
.40
10* Sq. Ft. 3/8"
Plywood
Tons Processed
104 LBs. Waf /Chips
Dried
104 Sq. Ft. 3/8"
Plywood
104 Sq. Ft. 3/8"
Plywood
104 Sq. Ft. 3/8"
Plywood
104 Sq. Ft. 3/8"
377
378
379
. See
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
Plywood Veneer dryer
Plywood
                           30

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Number

70


70

70

70

70

70

70

70

70

SCC Process


3-07-007-15 - Southern Pine
Plywood Veneer dryer
Sawmill Operations - 2421,
3-07-008-01 - Log Debarking

3-07-008-02 - Log Sawing

3-07-008-03 - Sawdust Pile
Handling
PM10
Factor
Ibs/unit
2.15

2426, 2429
0.011

0.20

0.36

3-07-008-04 - Sawing: Cyclone 0.90
Exhaust
3-07-008-05 - Planing/
Trimming: Cyclone Exhaust
3-07-008-06 - Sanding:
Cyclone Exhaust
3-07-008-07 - Sanderdust:
Cyclone Exhaust
3-07-008-08 - Other
Cyclones : Exhaust

0.90

2.00

2.50

0.80

Miscellaneous Woodworkina Ooerations -

71

71


74



2439
3-07-030-01 - Wood Waste
Storage Bin Vent
3-07-030-02 - Wood Waste
Storage Bin Loadout
Drum Cleanina/Reclamation -
3-09-025-01 - Drum Burning
Furnace
Oil & Gas Production - Fuel
Process Heaters

0.58

1.20

5085
0.02

Fired Equi

Reference
Units Number

104 Sq. Ft. 3/8"
Plywood

Tons of Logs
Processed
Tons of Logs
Processed
Tons of Sawdust

SCFM Average
Airflow
SCFM Average
Airflow
SCFM Average
Airflow
Hours of Operation

Hours of Operation

2421. 2426. 2429. 2431

Tons Wood Waste

Tons Wood Waste


Drums Burned

pment


390


391

392

393

394

395

396

397

398

. 2434.

399

400


401



76
3-10-004-01 - Distillate Oil   1.0
103  Gal.  Burned
402
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Number
76 3-10-004-02
76 3-10-004-03
76 3-10-004-04
76 3-10-004-05
Process
- Residual Oil
- Crude Oil
- Natural Gas
- Process Gas
Steam Generators
76 3-10-004-11 - Distillate Oil
76 3-10-004-12
76 3-10-004-13
76 3-10-004-14
76 3-10-004-15
Typesettina
- Residual Oil
- Crude Oil
- Natural Gas
- Process Gas
(Lead Remeltinal
!>*
Factor
Ibs/unit
10
10
3
3
1
10
10
3
3
.33
.33
.0
.0
.0
.33
.33
.0
.0
103
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
3
6
6
3
3
3
6
6
Units
Gal
Gal
Cu.
Cu.
Gal
Gal
Gal
Cu.
Cu.
Reference
Number
. Burned
. Burned
Ft.
Ft.
Burned
Burned
. Burned
. Burned
. Burned
Ft.
Ft.
Burned
Burned
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
- 2791
79
85
3-60-001-01 - Remelting        0.18
(Lead Emissions Only)
         Tons Melted
                    412
       Surface Coating of Automobiles and Light Trucks - 3711. 3713
4-02-016-01 - Prime
Application, Electrodepo-
sition/Dip/Spray
6.40
Tons Solvent
in Coating
413
SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL GOVERNMENT
106

106



106



106



106
Other Incineration
5-01-005-05 - Pathological
5.92
5-01-005-07 - Conical Design  11.0
(Tee Pee) Municipal Refuse

5-01-005-08 - Conical Design   3.85
(Tee Pee) Wood Refuse

5-01-005-10 - Trench           4.94
Burner: Wood

5-01-005-11 - Trench          52.4
Burner: Tires
Tons Burned

Tons Burned


Tons Burned


Tons Burned


Tons Burned
414

415



416


417



418
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Page SCC Process PM10 Reference
Number Factor Units Number
Ibs/unit
106
SOLID
107
107
107
107
107
107
107
107
SOLID

5-01-005-12 - Trench 14.1 Tons Burned
Burner: Refuse
WASTE DISPOSAL - COMMERCIAL /INSTITUTIONAL
Incineration  General
5-02-001-01 - Multiple chamber 4.70 Tons Burned
5-02-001-02 - Single Chamber 5.70 Tons Burned
5-02-001-03 - Controlled Air 1.04 Tons Burned
5-02-001-04 - Conical 11.0 Tons Burned
Design: Municipal Refuse
5-02-001-05 - Conical 3.85 Tons Burned
Design: Wood Refuse
Apartment Incineration
5-02-003-01 - Flue Fed 11.4 Tons Burned
5-02-003-02 - Flue Fed 4.02 Tons Burned
(With Afterburner and Draft
Controls)
Incineration ( Special Purpose)
5-02-005-05 - Pathological 5.92 Tons Burned
Waste
WASTE DISPOSAL - INDUSTRIAL
Incineration
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
107

107

107

107


107
5-03-001-01 - Multiple Chamber 4.70

5-03-001-02 - Single Chamber   5.70

5-03-001-03 - Controlled Air   1.04
5-03-001-04 - Conical
Design:.Refuse

5-03-001-05 - Conical
Design: Wood Refuse
11.0


 3.85
Tons Burned

Tons Burned

Tons Burned

Tons Burned


Tons Burned
428

429

430

431


432
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Page SCC Process PM10 Reference
Number Factor Units Number
Ibs/unit
107
108
108
108
5-03-001-06 - Trench Burner: 4.94 Tons Burned
Wood
5-03-001-07 - Trench Burner: 52.4 Tons Burned
Tires
5-03-001-08 - Auto Body 1.2 Tons Burned
Components
5-03-001-09 - Trench Burner: 14.1 Tons Burned
433
434
435
436
       Refuse

       Opening Burning
108    5-03-002-04 - Coal Refuse      &O&& O,
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             APPENDIX
PM10 EMISSION  FACTOR  DOCUMENTATION
                35

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                                 Documentation

                     AIRS SOURCE CLASSIFICATION CODES AND
                        PM1Q  EMISSION  FACTOR  LISTING BY
                              TECHNOLOGY  TRANSFER

Reference
 Number           SCC          PM Factor-       Basis for PM1Q Derivation

1.            1-01-002-17           -             No basis for technology transfer.

2.            1-01-007-01        3.0              As stated in AP-42, Section
                                                 1.4,  all PM from natural gas
                                                 combustion   is <  1  urn; assume
                                                 100% PM < 10 urn.

3.            1-01-007-02        3.0              Same as Ref. *2,  1-01-007-01.

4.            1-01-008-01       10.OA             Use AP-42, Appendix C.2, Category
                                                 2, which shows, on average, 79%
                                                 of PM is <   10 urn.

5.            1-01-010-01        0.28             As stated in Section 1.4, AP42,
                                                 all PM  from NG  combustion  is
                                                 less than 1  urn: assume same for
                                                 LPG.

5.            1-01-010-02        0.26             Same as Ref. =5.  1-01-010-01.

7.            1-01-011-01       16.0              Assume bagasse combustion is
                                                 similar to wood bark,  for which
                                                 AP42, Table 1.6-2  reports 35%
                                                 of PM < 10   urn.

8.            1-01-013-02       19.0              Fine    Particle    Emissions
                                                 Information   System    (FPEIS)
                                                 Reports 205 & 207 give data  on
                                                 crude  oil   fired  industrial
                                                 boilers, showing  66% of PM <  10
                                                 urn.

9.            1-02-001-07       10.0              Per Section  1.2, AP42, use data
                                                 for travel ing grate stoker; Table
                                                 1.2-4 states 52% PM < 10 urn.

10.          1-02-007-01        3.0              Same as Ref. #5,  SCC
                                                 1-01-010-01.
aUnless otherwise noted,  particulate matter  (PM) factors are taken from Criteria
Pollutant Emission  Factors  for the 1985 NAPAP Emissions  Inventory,  EPA/600/7-
87/015, May 1987.   Many  of  these factors are published  in  USEPA's  Compilation
of Air Pollutant  Emission  Factors.  AP-42.
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Reference
Number
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

sec
1-02-008-02
1-02-008-04
1-02-009-03
1-02-009-06
1-02-010-01
1-02-010-02
1-02-011-01
1-02-014-01
1-02-014-02
1-03-001-03
1-03-002-14
1-03-009-03
1-03-010-01
1-03-010-02
1-05-001-05

PM Factor
7.0A
7.0A
8.8
8.8
0.28
0.26
16.0
3.0
3.0
10.0
15.0
8.8
0.28
0.26
2.50
26.
27.
1-05-001-06
1-05-001-10
3.0
1.85
                                                Basis For PM10 Derivative

                                                 Same as  Ref.  #4,  SCC
                                                 1-01-008-01.

                                                 Same as  Ref.  #4,  SCC
                                                 1-01-008-01.

                                                 Use  90%  <  10  urn,  per
                                                 footnote C, Table 1.6-3, AP42.

                                                 Same as  Ref.  #13,  SCC
                                                 1-02-009-03.

                                                 Assume particle  size
                                                 distribution  (psd)  is same as
                                                 NG:  100% <  10 urn

                                                 Same as  Ref.  #15,
                                                 SCC  1-02-010-01

                                                 Same as  Ref #7,
                                                 SCC  1-01-011-01

                                                 Same as  Ref.  ?2,  1-01-007-01

                                                 Same as  Ref.  =18,  1-02-014-01

                                                 Same as  Ref.  #9,
                                                 SCC  1-02-001-07

                                                 Assume bituminous coal similar
                                                 to anthracite; psd same as Ref.
                                                 #9,  SCC  1-02-001-07

                                                 Same as  Ref.  #13,
                                                 SCC  1-02-009-03

                                                 Same as  Ref.  #15,
                                                 SCC  1-02-010-01

                                                 Same as  Ref.  #16,
                                                 SCC  1-02-010-02
                                                 Assume psd is
           < 10 urn.
           & %> , fro m
Same as Ref. #5,   P "
SCC 1-01-010-01
Assume psd from LPG  combustion
is same as NG; Ref.  #5,
SCC 1-01-010-01
                                                                              / n
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Reference
Number
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.

sec
1-05-002-05
1-05-002-06
1-05-002-09
1-05-002-10
2-01-001-01
2-01-001-02
2-01-002-01
2-01-002-02
2-01-009-01
2-01-009-02
2-02-001-01
2-02-001-02
2-02-001-03
2-02-001-04

PM Factor
2.50
3.0
25.0
1.85
5.0
33.5
14.0
10.0
5.0
33.5
5.0
33.5
5.0
33.5
                                               Basis For PM10 Derivative

                                                Assume  same as Ref. #25,
                                                SCC 1-05001-05

                                                Assume  same as Ref. 327,
                                                SCC 1-05001-10

                                                AP-42 Section 1.10 notes that
                                                95% of wood smoke particles  are
                                                less than 0.4 urn.   Assume 100%
                                                <10 urn.

                                                Same as  Ref.  #18,
                                                SCC 1-02-014-01

                                                From AP-42, App. C.2, Table
                                                C.2-2,  use 96% < 10 urn.

                                                From AP-42, App. C.2 Table
                                                C.2-2,  use 96% < 10 urn.

                                                Same as  Ref.  #5,
                                                SCC 1-01-010-01

                                                Same as  Ref.  ?5,
                                                SCC 1-01-010-01

                                                From App. C.2, Category 1,  96%
                                                < 10 urn.

                                                Same as  Ref.  #36,
                                                SCC 2-01-009-01

                                                Same as  Ref.  #32,
                                                SCC 2-01-001-01

                                                Same as  Ref.  #33,
                                                SCC 2-01-001-02

                                                Same as  Ref.  #32,
                                                SCC 2-01-001-01

                                                Same as  Ref.  =33,
                                                SCC 2-01-001-02
42.


43.


44.
2-02-002-01
2-02-002-02
2-02-002-03
14.0
10.0
14.0
Same as Ref. #5,
SCC 1-01-010-01

Same as Ref. #5,
SCC 1-01-010-01

Same as Ref. #5,
SCC 1-01-010-01
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Reference
Number
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
sec
2-02-002-04
2-02-003-01
2-02-004-01
2-02-004-02
2-02-004-03
2-02-005-01
2-02-009-01
2-02-009-02
2-02-010-01
2-02-010-02
2-03-001-01
2-03-001-02
2-03-002-01
2-03-002-02
2-03-003-01
2-03-010-01
2-03-010-02
PM Factor
10.0
6.47
50.0
2.2
0.035
33.5
5.0
33.5
5.0
5.0
33.5
5.0
10.0
14.0
6.47
5.0
5.0
          Basis For PM10 Derivative

           Same  as  Ref.  #5,
           SCC  1-01-010-01

         .  From  AP-42, Table  C.2-2,
           Category 1, assume 96% < 10 urn.

           Assume 92% <  10 urn, per Table
           C.2-2, since large bore may tend
           toward    less     efficient
           combustion,   producing    more
           large particles.

           Same  as  Ref.  #47,
           SCC  2-02-004-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #47,
           SCC  2-02-004-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #47,
           SCC  2-02-004-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #47
           Same  as  Ref.  #36

           Same  as  Ref.  #5,
           SCC  1-01-010-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #5,
           SCC  1-01-010-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #33,
           SCC  2-01-001-02

           Same  as  Ref.  #32,  2-01-001-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #5,
           SCC  1-01-010-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #5,
           SCC  1-01-010-01

           From  AP42,  C.2-2,  Category  1,
           assume psd  =  96%  < 10  urn

           Same  as  Ref.  #5,
           SCC  1-01-010-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #5,
           SCC  1-01-010-01
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Reference
Number
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.
sec
2-04-001-01
2-04-001-02
2-04-003-01
2-04-003-02
2-04-004-01
2-04-004-02
3-01-001-01
3-01-001-05
3-01-001-06
3-01-003-06
3-01-003-07
3-01-005-01
3-01-005-03
3-01-005-04
3-01-005-06
3-01-005-07
3-01-005-08
3-01-005-09
PM Factor
11.8
11.8
14.0
5.0
6.47
33.5
0.9
0.1
0.8
0.144
0.9
2300.0
3.2
6.53
0.58
0.45
0.06
0.2
          Basis For PM10 Derivative

          Assume  jet  engine  testing
          (firing  jet fuel) same as Ref.
          #36,  SCC 2-01-009-01,  Turbine
          -(96% <  10 urn)

          Same as  Ref.  #36,
          SCC  2-01-009-01

          Same as  Ref.  #2,
          SCC  1-01-007-01

          From AP-42, Appendix C.2-2,
          Category 1, 96%  <  10 urn.

          Same as  Ref.  #46,
          SCC  2-02-003-01

          Same as  Ref.  #65,
          SCC  2-04-004-02

          Assume  psd  is  similar  to that
          of potassium  chloride  drying,
          without  controls,  as  given in
          AP-42,  App  C.l-28;  4.07%
          <  10 urn

          Same as  ?68

          Same as  #68

          Assume pm emissions are from NG
          combustion;  psd same  as  Ref.
          #46,  SCC 2-02-003-01

          Assume pm from oil firing, same
          as Ref.  # 46;  96%  < 10 urn.

          No plants.

          Assume  100% of pm  < 10 urn;
          AP-42,  Section 5.3  states that
          all  pm  is between  10-500 nm

          Same as  #74

          Same as  #74

          Same as  #74

          Same as  #74

          Same as  #74
41

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Reference
  Number

80.
    SCC
3-01-006-03
PM Factor

266.0
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.
86.
3-01-006-04
3-01-006-05
3-01-010-15
3-01-010-23
3-01-010-30
3-01-017-03
266.0
56.0
25.0
0.25
180.0
2.14
87.
88.
89.
90.
91.
92.
3-01-017-04
3-01-017-05
3-01-017-06
3-01-017-07
3-01-017-08
3-01-018-01
2.53
0.69
5.46
0.11
1.66
35.0
93,
3-01-018-02
  3.0
Basis For PM1Q Derivative

 Assume psd similar to coke mfg.:
 from AP-42,  Table  7.2-2;  for
 combustion  stack,  uncon.,  96%
 <  10 urn.

 Same as  Ref.  #80,
 SCC  3-01-006-03

 Assume psd  similar  to coke
 pushing, AP-42, Table 7.2-2; 43%
 <  10 urn

 Assume same as recovery boiler
 in pulp  mill; 94%  < 10 urn

 Same as  Ref.  #83,
 SCC  3-01-010-15

 No basis  for technology transfer

 AP42, Section 5.11,  Table  2.2
 notes that  acid  mist particle
 size is  0.4 - 2.6  urn.  Assume
 all   large   particles   are
 absorbed,  and 100%  of
 particles  uncontrolled are
 <  10 urn.

 Same as  Ref.  #86,
 SCC  3-01-017-03

 Same as  Ref.  #86,
 SCC  3-01-017-03

 Same as  Ref.  #86,
 SCC  3-01-017-03

 Same as  Ref.  #86,
 SCC  3-01-017-03

 Same as  Ref.  #86,
 SCC  3-01-017-03

 PM emissions from plastics mfg.
 generally  occur  during drying
 and  post processing.   Assume
 similar   to  detergent  spray
 drying   AP-42,  Table  5.15-2:
 66.1% <  10  urn.

 Same as  Ref.  #92,
 SCC  3-01-018-01
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Reference
Number
94.
95.
96.
97.
98a.
98b.
99.
100.
101.
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
sec
3-01-019-02
3-01-019-06
3-01-020-05
3-01-021-02
3-01-021-06
3-01-021-14*
3-01-027-04
3-01-027-08
3-01-027-09
3-01-027-10
3-01-027-11
3-01-027-12
3-01-027-14
3-01-027-17
3-01-027-18
3-01-027-21
3-01-027-27
PM Factor
13.0
5.0
2.0
50.0
84.0
67.0
4.35
2.68
0.02
0.19
4.35
3.18
1.6
0.52
4.0
4.35
0.52
                                           Basis  For  PM10 Derivative

                                            From AP-42, Appendix C-2
                                            Category 9; 94% < 10 urn.

                                            Same as Ref.  ?94,
                                            SCC 3-01-018-02

                                            No basis for technology transfer

                                            Assume psd similar to rotary
                                            drying of sodium carbonate, AP-
                                            42, Table 5-16-3; 21% < 10 urn

                                            From AP-42, Section 5.16, Table
                                            5.16-3: 21% < 10 urn

                                            Same as Ref.  *98a.

                                            Mostly fume;  assume 100% < 10
                                            urn, by engineering judgement.

                                            Assume pan granulator is similar
                                            to rotary-drum granulator;
                                            AP-42, Table  6.8-2; 2% < 10 urn.

                                            No basis for technology
                                            transfer.
                                            No   basis
                                            transfer.
for   technology
                                            Same as Ref. ?99,
                                            SCC 3-01-027-04

                                            Use prilling from AP-42,
                                            Appendix C.2-2, Category 9; 94%
                                            < 10 urn.

                                            From AP-42,  Table 6.8-2, assume
                                            low density  prill  cooler is same
                                            as high density: 0.4%  < urn.

                                            Same as Ref. =104,
                                            SCC 3-01-027-12

                                            From AP-42, App. C.2-2, Category
                                            4, 85% < 10 urn

                                            Same as Ref. #99,
                                            SCC 3-01-027-04

                                            Same as Ref. #104,
                                            SCC 3-01-027-12
*(New Code) Rotary Dryer - Steam Tube
                                 43

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Reference
  Number

110.
111.
112.
    SCC
3-01-027-28
3-01-035-01
3-01-035-06
PM Factor

  4.0


230.0



  0.64
113.
114.
115.
116.
117.
3-01-035-07
3-01-035-10
3-01-035-15
3-01-035-20
3-01-035-51
15.0
1.0
0.69
0.20
8.0
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
3-01-035-20
3-01-035-51
3-01-040-02
3-01-040-03
3-01-040-04
3-01-040-05
3-01-040-06
3-01-040-07
3-01-042-01
0.20
8.0
0.021
3.8
241.0
4.0*
0.19
0.02
59.3**
125.
3-01-042-04
  1.9
Basis For PM10 Derivative

 Same as  Ref.  #107,
 SCC  3-01-027-18

 Assume psd  similar  to lime
 calcination; AP-42,  Table8.15-
 2, where 12%  <  10 urn.

 100% of lead oxide emissions are
 generally < 10 urn, as  presented
 in  AP-42,  App.  C.I, Section
 7.15.

 Same as  Ref.  #112,
 SCC  3-01-035-06

 Same as  Ref.  #112,
 SCC  3-01-035-06

 Same as  Ref.  #112,
 SCC  3-01-035-06

 No basis  for technology transfer

 Assume principal  pigment  ore
 dried  is  lead, and  psd is  same
 as for storage,  AP-42, Section
 7.8;  86% <  10 urn.

 Assume    similar    to  sodium
 carbonate    pre-dryer   with
 controls, AP-42,  Table
 5.16-3;  52.5% <  10  urn.

 Assume psd  is as  given in
 AP-42, Appendix  C.2,  Category
 9; 94% < 10 urn.

 Same as  Ref.  #100,
 SCC  3-01-027-08

 Same as  Ref.  #107,
 SCC  3-01-027-18

 Same as  Ref.  #101,
 SCC  3-01-027-09

 Same as  Ref.  #101,
 SCC  3-01-027-09

 Lead Oxide  (PbO) fume, assumed
 to be 100% PMjQ, by  engineering
 judgement.

 No basis  for technology transfer
                                      44

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Reference
Number
126.
127.
128.
129.
130.
131.
132.
133.
:34.
135.
136.
137.
138.
139.

SCC PM Factor
3-01-130-05 21S.O
3-02-003-01 1.4
3-02-004-01 5.0
3-02-004-02 0.3
3-02-004-03 0.2
3-02-004-04 1.5
3-02-004-10 7.0
3-02-006-08 1.5
3-02-006-11 -i.65
3-02-007-24 70.0
3-02-007-34 70.0
3-02-012-05 5.0
3-02-012-06 8.0
3-03-000-02 1.2
                                                Basis  For PM10 Derivative

                                                Assume psd  is  same  as  sodium
                                                carbonate fluidized bed dryer,
                                                AP-42, Table  5.16-3;  10%,
                                                '< 10 urn.

                                                Same as  Ref.  #92,
                                                SCC 3-01-018-01

                                                No basis  for technology transfer

                                                No basis  for technology transfer

                                                No basis  for technology transfer

                                                No basis  for technology transfer

                                                No basis  for technology transfer

                                                PSD for  grain  handling  in
                                                AP-42, App.  C.2, Cat. 6 is used:
                                                15% <  10 urn.

                                                Same as  Ref.  =133.
                                                SCC 3-02-006-08

                                                From AP-42, App.  C.2,
                                                Category 7,   61%  <  10  urn.

                                                Same as  Ref.  # 135,
                                                SCC 3-02-007-24

                                                Assume psd for  steam tube dryers
                                                is same as for rotary steam tube
                                                dryer  for sodium  carbonate,
                                                AP-42, Table  5.16-3;  21% <
                                                10 urn.

                                                Same as  Ref.  #137,
                                                SCC 3-02-012-05

                                                AP42, Section 7.1  suggests that
                                                psd for miscellaneous fugitive
                                                operations  is similar to that
                                                presented in Table 7.1-3, which
                                                shows  58% < 10 urn.
*PM factor from AP-42, Ammonium Nitrate,  Table 6.8-1
**The Recovery Furnace emissions  are  PbO fume.  The  lead emission factor in AP-
42, 55 Ib  (as  Pb)  was erroneously converted to PbOo,  and incorrectly entered
into EPA600/7-87-015 as 63.5 Ib/ton.
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Reference
  Number

140.
141.



142.



143.


144.


145.


146.
    sec
147.


148.
149.


150.


151.
152a.


152b.


153.
3-03-001-01
3-03-001-04
3-03-001-10
3-03-002-01
3-03-003-08
3-03-003-10
3-03-003-12
3-03-003-14
3-03-004-01
3-03-005-02
3-03-005-05
3-03-005-06
3-03-005-07
3-03-005-09
3-03-005-10
PM Factor

 94.0



 10.0



 12.0



200.0


  0.51


  0.11


  0.09
  0.09
200.0
 45.0
 10.0
 10.0
 50.0
 55.0
100.0
Basis For PM10 Deriva:ive

Assume psd for prebake cell is
same as that of fugitives, Ref.
139; 58% <  10 urn.

AP42 -  Section 7.1 suggests that
psd  for  fugitives are as shown
in Table 7.1-3;  58% <  10  urn.

Assume psd  from  VSS fugitives
is same as for HSS, AP-42, Table
7.1-4; 31%  <  lOum.

Same as  Ref.  #111,
SCO  3-01-035-01

From AP-42, App. C.2,
Category 9, 94%  <  10 urn.

Assume psd for coal  crushing is
same as  for coal  charging, AP-
42,  Table 7.2-2;  48.9%  < 10 urn.
No basis for  technology
transfer.   As default  value,
assume same  as  coal crushing;
48.9% <  10  urn.

Same as  Ref.  *144,
SCC  3-03-003-08

No   basis    for   technology
transfer. As default value, use
psd  for  coal  charging, AP-42,
Table 7.2-2;  48.9%  < 10 urn.

Use  AP42, Appendix  C.2,
Category 5; 53%  <  10 urn.

Use  AP-42,  Appendix C.2-2,
Cat.8; 92%  <  10  urn.

As default  value,  assume  psd
similar to Fluorspar drum dryer,
AP-42, App. C.I, C.l-94;  48%
<  10 urn.

From AP-42,  Table  7.3-4,  27%
<  10 urn.

Same as  Ref.  # 149; 53%
<  10 urn.

Assume similar to EAF in steel
refining, AP-42, Table 7.5-2;
58%  <  10 urn.
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Reference
  Number         SCC
                 PM Factor
                  Basis For PM10 Derivative
154.
3-03-005-12
140.0
155.
156.
3-03-005-13
3-03-005-14
  2.6
  0.4
Fl ash furnace combines roasting
and   smelting.     Use   AP42,
converter, Table  7.3-5;  59%  <
10 urn.

Assume psd of fugitives from
roasting   are    similar   to
roasting, Ref.  # 149; 53% < 10
urn.

Assume psd of fugitives from
reverberatory   furnace    are
average  from   matte  tapping
(Table 7.3-7) slag tapping
(Table 7.3-8) and smelter
(Table 7.3-4);   74 +  28 + 27 =
                     3
43% < 10 urn.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164a
164b
164c
164d
164e
3-03-005-15
3-03-005-16
3-03-005-17
3-03-005-22
3-03-005-23

3-03-005-25
3-03-005-26
3-03-005-27
3-03-005-28
3-03-005-29
3-03-005-30
4.4
0.5
8.0
10.0
36.0

55.0
10.0
10.0

45.0
55.0
Same as Ref. #154,
SCC 3-03-005-12
Same as Ref. =150,
SCC 3-03-005-05
No basis for technology
transfer. As default value, use
psd for fugitive emissions from
converter slag and copper blow,
AP42, Table 7.3-9; 96% < 10 urn.
Same as Ref. #159,
SCC 3-03-005-17
Assume psd same as Ref. #152a;
27% < 10 urn.
Deleted
Same as Ref. #149,
SCC 3-03-005-02; 53% < 10 urn.
Same as Ref. #151,
SCC 3-03-005-06; 48% < 10 urn.
Same as Ref #151; 48% < 10 urn.
No basis for technology
transfer.
Same as Ref. #149; 53% < 10 urn.
Same as Ref. #149; 53% < 10 urn.
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Reference
  Number
    SCC
PM Factor
Basis For PM10 Derivative
164f


164g


164h

1641

164j

165.
166.

167.



163.
169.
174.
3-03-005-31
3-03-005-32
3-03-008-01
3-03-008-02
3-03-008-26
 50.0
 50.0
3-03-005-33      100.0

3-03-005-34      140.0

3-03-005-35      100.0

3-03-006-02      316.0
3-03-006-03      564.0

3-03-007-01       12.0
ilO.O
 40.0
170.
171.
172.
173.
3-03-008-14
3-03-008-17
3-03-008-19
3-03-008-20
6.8
3.0
0.8
0.17
 87.0
 Same  as  Ref.  #152a;   27%
 <  10  urn.

 Same  as  Ref.  #152a;   27%
 <  10  urn.

 Same  as Ref. #153;  58% < 10 urn.

 Same  as Ref. #154;  59% < 10 urn.

 Same  as Ref. #153;  58% < 10 urn.

 No    basis    for   technology
 transfer.   As  default value
 assume  psd  is  same as for 50%
 Si  Fe, AP-42,  Table 7.4-4; 63%
 <  10  urn.

 Same  as  Ref.  #165.
                                               Assume same psd
                                               8*% < 10 urn.
                                                   -
 No  basis  for technology   '
 transfer.  Assume source of PM
 is  coke,  with psd of  44%
 
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Reference
  Number

175.
176.



177.



178.


179.


180.


181.


182.
183.
184.
185.
186.
187.


188.

189.
    SCC          PM Factor

3-03-009-04       11.3
3-03-009-08
3-03-009-13
3-03-009-14
3-03-009-15
3-03-009-21
3-03-009-25
3-03-009-32
3-03-010-05
3-03-010-06
3-03-010-08
3-03-010-09
3-03-010-10


3-03-010-11

3-03-010-12
 50.0
 28.5
 28.5
  0.19
  0.07
  0.81
  0.10
  5.0
213.0
  4.6
  0.48
  1.0


  0.4

  0.3
Basis For PM10 Derivative

Assume similar to carbon steel,
Ap-42, Table  7.5-2;  58%
<  10  urn.

From  AP-42, Table  7.5-2,  for
electric arc  furnace;  58%
<  10  urn.

Assume similar to  psd  of  BOF
charge, AP-42, Table  7.5-2; 46%
<  10  urn.

Same  as Ref.  #177,
SCC 3-03-009-13

Assume similar to BOF tapping,
AP-42, Table 7.5-2; 45% < 10 urn.

Same  as Ref.  #179,
SCC 3-03-009-15

Same  as Ref.  *179,
SCC 3-03-009-15

No basis for  technology
transfer. Assume  all  fume, 100%
<   10   urn,   by   engineering
judgement.

From AP-42, App.  C.2, Category
4, 85% < 10 urn.

Assume same psd  as materials
handling, Ref. # 183;  85%
<  10  urn.

No    basis    for   technology
transfer.  Assume  similar to
psd for copper reverb,  furnace
slag  tapping; AP-42,
Table 7.3-8;  28% < 10  urn.

Assume psd for process similar
to psd for fugitives from dross
kettle, AP-42, Table  7.6-6; 98%
<  10  urn.

Same  as Ref.  #183,
SCC 3-03-010-05.

Same  as Ref.  #183

Same  as Ref.  #183
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Reference
Number
190.
191.
192.
193.
194.
195.
196.
197.
198.
199.
200.
201.
202.
203.
204.
205.
206.
207.
sec
3-03-010-13
3-03-010-14
3-03-010-15
3-03-010-16
3-03-010-17
3-03-010-19
3-03-010-20
3-03-010-21
3-03-010-22
3-03-010-23
3-03-010-24
3-03-010-25
3-03-010-26
3-03-012-02
3-03-023-04
3-03-023-07
3-03-023-12
3-03-023-13
PM Factor
0.5
2.26
1.5
0.2
9.0
0.16
0.93
0.47
1.8
0.87
3.0
0.68
0.01
0.5
0.1
0.04
29.2
29.2
          Basis For PM10 Derivative

           Same  as  Ref.  #183

           Assume same  psd  as  fugitive
           emissions from lead ore storage;
           AP-42, Table 7.6-3; 86% <  10 urn

           Same  as  Ref.  #173;  7.74%
           <  10  urn.

           Same  as  Ref.  #192

           Use AP-42, Appendix C.2-2,
           Category 5;  53%  <  10 urn

           Assume similar to BOF tapping,
           AP-42, Table 7.5-2;  45% <  10 urn

           No basis for  technology
           transfer. Assume all fume, 100%
           <  10  urn  based on  engineering
           judgement.

           Same  as  Ref. =185,  28%  <  10 urn

           No    basis    for   technology
           transfer.  Assume psd similar
           to fugitives for dross kettle,
           Ref.  #186; 98% <  10 urn.

           Same  as  Ref.  #198.

           Same  as  Ref.  #198

           Use fugitive  psd for sinter
           machine, AP-42, Table 7.6-4; 98%
           <  10  urn.

           Same  as  Ref.  #192;  7.74%
           <  10  urn

           From  AP-42,  Appendix C.2,
           Category 4;  85%  <  10 urn

           Assume same  psd  as  fine
           crushing;  AP-42, App.  C.2-2,
           Category 4;  85%  <  10 urn.

           From  AP-42,  Appendix C.2,
           Category 4;  85%  <  10 urn.

           Same  as  Ref.  #205

           Same  as  Ref.  #205
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Reference
  Number

208.
    SCC
209.
210.
211
212.
213.

214.
216.


217.


218.

219.
220.



221.



222.

223.
3-03-023-14

3-03-023-21


3-03-023-22


3-03-024-01


3-03-024-02
3-03-024-03

3-03-024-04


3-03-024-05
3-03-024-06


3-03-024-07


3-03-024-08

3-03-024-09
3-03-024-10
3-03-024-11
PM Factor

 29.2

 11.0


  9.3


  0.5


  1.2
  2.7

  0.12


  0.02
  0.05


  0.06


  0.01

 28.8
  2.4
 19.7
3-03-030-09        4.0

3-03-030-10        1.5
Basis For PM1Q Derivative

 Same as Ref.  *205

 From AP-42,  Table 8.22-4;
.Factor: 6.2  Ib/VMT < 10 urn.

 From AP-42,  Table 8.22-4;
 Factor: 5.2  Ib/VMT < 10 urn.

 From AP-42,  Table 8.23-1;
 PMjQ given  as 0.05 Ib/ton.

 From AP-42,  Table 8.23-1 PM1Q
 fraction for primary crushing
 of low  moisture ore is 10%, and
 for tertiary, 6%. Assume 8% for
 secondary crushing.

 Use AP-42,  Table 8.23-1.

 From AP-42,  App. C.2-2,
 Category 3,  51% < 10 urn

 From AP-42,  Table 8.23-1,
 for  high  moisture  ore,  PMjQ
 emission factor  is  given  as
 0.009   Ib/ton    for    primary
 grinding.

 Same as Ref.  #215, for secondary
 grinding,  0.02 Ib/ton

 Same as Ref.  #215, for tertiary
 grinding,  0.02 Ib/ton

 Same as Ref.  # 214

 From AP-42,  Appendix C-2,
 Category 4,  low end of range,
 70% < urn, assuming air conveying
 will  increase   proportion  of
 coarse particles in stream.

 w/o air conveying; from
 AP-42,  App.C.2-2 Category 4; 85%
 < 10 urn

 From AP-42,  Table 8.23-1,  in
 which drying is given  as 12.0
 or 61% < 10 urn.          19.7

 From AP-42,  Appendix C.2,
 Category 4;  85% < 10 urn.
 Same as Ref.  2222.
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Reference
  Number

224.

225.

226.


227.

228.

229.

230.

231.
232.
233.
234.
235.
236.
237.



238.

239.
    sec
3-03-030-11

3-03-030-12

3-04-002-07


3-04-002-08

3-04-002-10

3-04-002-11

3-04-002-12

3-04-002-14
3-04-002-15
3-04-002-17
3-04-C02-19
3-04-002-20
3-04-002-21
3-04-002-23
PM Factor

  2.5

  0.4

275.0


275.0

  0.0003

230.0

 70.0

  5.1
 36.0
300.0
 21.0
  5.0
 11.0
  7.0
3-04-002-24       20.0

3-04-002-31       13.75
Basis For PM10 Derivative

 Same  as  Ref.  #222.

 Same as Ref.  141;  58% < 10 urn.

 From   AP-42,   Appendix  C.2,
 Category 9,  92% <  10 urn

 Same  as  Ref.  #226.

 Same  as  Ref.  #226.

 Same  as  Ref.  #226.

 Same  as  Ref.  #226.

 Assume similar  to  SCC
 3-04-008-18.  Reverb
 furnace  firing  general
 metallic scrap;  100% <  10  urn.

 Assume similar  to  secondary
 Zn  reverb  furnace  charging
 residual  metallic  scrap,
 SCC 3-04-008-38; 59% <  10  urn.

 Assume same  psd  as  reverb.
 furnace  charged with residual
 metallic scrap,  SCC 3-04-008-
 38, 59%  <  10  urn

 Assume same  psd  as  reverb.
 furnace  charged with residual
 mettalic scrap,  SCC 3-04-008-
 38, 59%  <  10  urn

 Assume similar  to
 SCC 3-04-008-28 Reverb furnace
 charged  with  general
 residual  metallic  scrap, 100%
 <  10  um

 Assume same  psd  as  reverb.
 furnace  charged with general
 residual metallic scrap, SCC 3-
 04-008-38, 59%  < 10 um

 Assume similar  to
 SCC 3-04-008-18 Reverb furnace
 charged  w/scrap; 100% < 10 um

 Assume same  psd  as  Ref.  #237

 Same  as  Ref.  #240;  60% < 10 um
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Reference
  Number         SCC          PM Factor         Basis For PM10 Derivative

240.          3-04-002-32       13.75             Assume  psd  of all  fugitives
                                                 similar to  SCC    3-04-008-61
                                                 through 65;  60% <  urn

241.          3-04-002-33        0.75             Assume  psd  of all  fugitives
                                                 similar to SCC 3-04-008-61-65;
                                                 60% <  10 urn

242.          3-04-002-34        3.66             Assume  psd  of all  fugitives
                                                 similar to SCC 3-04-008-61-65;
                                                 60% <  10 urn

243.          3-04-002-35        5.27             Assume  psd  of all  fugitives
                                                 similar to SCC 3-04-008-61-65;
                                                 60% <  10 urn

244.          3-04-002-36        4.43             Assume  psd  of all  fugitives
                                                 similar to SCC 3-04-008-61-65;
                                                 60% <  10 urn

245.          3-04-002-37        0.49             Assume  psd  of all  fugitives
                                                 similar to SCC 3-04-008-61-65;
                                                 60% <  10 urn

246.          3-04-002-38        0.14             Assume  psd  of all  fugitives
                                                 similar to SCC 3-04-008-61-65;
                                                 60% <  10 urn

247.          3-04-002-39        0.015            Assume  fugitives from casting
                                                 to  be   100%   <  10  urn,  by
                                                 engineering judgement
248.          3-04-003-02        2.1              Assume  the  low range of
                                                 AP-42,  App.  C.2-2 Category 8:
                                                 80% <  10 urn

249.          3-04-003-03        0.9              Assume  psd to be  halfway between
                                                 midrange and the high  side of
                                                 the range of AP-42,  App.
                                                 C.2-2 Category 8: 95.5% <  10 urn

250.          3-04-003-15        0.6              No basis for technology
                                                 transfer.  Assume psd  same as
                                                 fugitives in secondary copper
                                                 smelting; 60% < 10 urn

251.          3-04-003-20        2.8              Assume psd  same as fugitives
                                                 from secondary  Zn processing;
                                                 100% < 10 urn

252.          3-04-003-25        1.4              Assume psd  same as fugitives
                                                 from secondary  Zn processing;
                                                 100% < 10 urn
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Reference
  Number

253.
254.


255.


256.

257.


258.



259.
    SCC
260.
261.
262.
3-04-003-40



3-04-003-50


3-04-003-51


3-04-003-52

3-04-003-53


3-04-003-60



3-04-004-01
3-04-004-02
3-04-004-03
3-04-004-03
M Factor

 17.0



  3.6*


  2.71


 40.0

  1.1


  0.01



  0.8
323
307
 70.0
263.         3-04-004-05       51.0


264.         3-04-004-08       40.0
Basis For PM1Q Derivative

Assume grinding and cleaning of
castings  not to  produce more
than  10%  <  10  urn  PM.

Assume  not  more than  15%
<  10  urn

Use AP-42,  App. C.I,  7.13,
Castings  Shakeout; 82% < 10 urn

Same  as Ref.  #254.

Use AP-42,  App. C.I,  7.13,
Castings  Shakeout; 82% < 10 urn

Assume  psd  similar to machine
scarfing  in steel production:
45% <  10  urn.

Assume  pot  furnace similar  to
kettle.   Psd  data  in  AP-42,
Section   7.11   states  median
particle  diameter is  18.9 urn.
Assume  25%  <  10 urn

In AP-42  Section  7.11,
reverberatory   furnaces   are
reported  as   emitting   small
particles.   Reverb furnace
in AP-42, Section 7.8 produces
60% <  10  urn.   Assume same for
lead.

Assume  psd  relationship  for
baghouse    -   controlled   to
uncontrolled  -  is same  as for
blast   furnace  flue  gas  to
ventilation;   42% <  10  urn

Assume rotary sweat furnace psd
same as rotary sweat furnace in
secondary Zn (SCC 3-04-008-09);
92%  <  10  urn

Assume  60%  <  10 urn,  as  in
SCC  3-04-004-02

From  AP-42, Section  7.11, pg.
9, tex  states  100% <  10  urn.
* From AP-42, Supplement A, 10/86, Table 7.10-4.
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Reference
  Number         SCC          PM Factor

265.         3-04-004-09        0.87
266.
267.
268.
269.
270.
271.
272.
273.
274.
3-04-004-12
3-04-004-13
3-04-004-14
3-04-005-05
3-04-005-07
3-04-005-10
3-04-005-11
3-04-005-12
3-04-007-03
  2.55
 16.5
  0.002
139.0
  3.92
  6.68
  0.19
 32.4
 10.0
275.         3-04-007-05        0.1


276.         3-04-007-06        3.6
Basis For PM10 Derivative

 Assume psd same as grid casting
 in lead battery mfg.;  100% < 10
 urn.  From  AP-42,  Appendix
 C.l-65.

 Assume psd of fugitives same as
 psd  of stack emissions (SCC 3-
 04-008-09);  92% <  10  urn.

 Assume fugitives from smelting
 have  same  psd   as   Reverb.
 furnace,  Ref.  260, SCC  3-04-
 004-02; 60%  <  10 urn.

 Assume psd of  fugitives  from
 kettle refining  to  be 100%
 <    10   urn,    by   engineering
 judgement.

 Assume psd for overall process
 is 90% <  10  urn,  since many of
 the operations are 100% <  10 urn.

 Psd  for paste  mixing  is 100% <
 10 urn, per AP-42, App.
 C.I  - 7.15

 Assume similar to pot furnace
 in secondary lead  processing;
 25%  < 10  urn

 Assume psd for small  parts
 casting is same as grid casting,
 from AP-42,  App. C.I  -  7.15;
 100% < 10 urn.

 Assume 100%  of pm  is  sulfuric
 acid mist, which AP-42,  App.
 C.I  - 5.17 reports  as 100%
 <  10 urn

 From AP-42,  App. C.I  - 6.3,
 assume psd is similar  to psd of
 open hearth furnace without 02
 lance; 85% <  10 urn

 From AP-42,  Appendix  C.2,
 Category  8,  92% <  10  urn.

 Same as  Ref.  #254,
 SCC  3-04-003-50
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Reference
  Number         SCC
                              PM Factor
                                   Basis For PM10 Derivative
277.



278.



279.



280.



281.


282.


283.


284.


285.
286.



287.

288.


289.
290.


291.
3-04-007-07
3-04-007-08
3-04-007-11
3-04-007-12
3-04-007-13
3-04-007-15
3-04-007-16
3-04-007-17
3-04-040-01
                                2.71
3-05-001-01



3-05-001-02

3-05-001-03


3-05-001-04
3-05-002-02
3-05-002-03
                               17.0
                                0.6
                                0.01
                               40.0
                                1.1
                                0.6
                                7.2



                               26.7

                                0.5


                                3.14
                                0.2
                                0.33
Assume psd similar to core oven
in gray iron foundry; 82%
< 10 urn

Assume psd similar to gray iron
foundry; Ref. #251,  SCC  3-04-
003-20; 100% < 10 urn

Assume similar to Ref. #253, SCC
304-003-40, gray iron foundry;
10% < 10 urn

Assume psd same as Gray  Iron
Foundry, Ref. #250,  SCC  3-04-
003-15; 60% < 10 urn.

Same as Ref. #252,
SCC 3-04-003-25; 100% <  10 urn.

Same as Ref. #258,
SCC 3-04-003-60; 45% < 10 urn.

Same as Ref. ?256,
SCC 3-04-003-52, 15% < 10 urn

Same as Ref. #257,
SCC 3-04-003-53; 82% < 10 urn.

Assume same psd as sweating
furnace in sec.  lead smelting;
Ref. #263,  SCC 3-04-004-05; 60%
< 10 urn

Assume psd similar to
distillation, AP-42, App. C.2,
Category 9, 94% < 10 urn

Same as Ref. #286

Assume pm  is 100% PM10 by
engineering judgement

[(3.14 - 0.5) 66% +  (0.5)100%]
= 72% < 10  urn.  Assume 66% from
detergent  spray dryer &  100%
from Ref.  #288.

From AP-42, Table 8.1-2,  assume
psd  is same  as  uncontrolled
plant;14%  < 10 urn.
Use Table  11.2.3-2 in AP-42; 36%
<   10 urn.
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Reference
  Number

292a
292b
293.
294.
295.
    SCC
296.


297.

298.

299.

300.

301.
302.
303.

304.
305.
3-05-002-04
3-05-002-11
3-05-003-01
3-05-003-03
3-05-003-08
3-05-003-11
3-05-004-02
3-05-004-03

3-05-005-05
3-05-006-07
PM Factor

  0.1


  1.7


 70.0


 34.0



 20.0
  0.02
3-05-003-12        0.6

3-05-003-14        0.065

3-05-003-15        0.88

3-05-003-16       18.8A

3-05-004-01       24.0
  2.0
 26.0

 25.0
  0.2
Basis For PM10 Derivative

 Same  as  Ref.  #291,
 SCC  3-05-002-03

 From  AP-42  (10/86),  Table
 8.1-2; 21%  <  10  urn.
           oinrHar to ore.dr.jdng
                       < 10 urn
Assume psd  similar to storage
piles.  Ref. 291, SCC 3-05-002-
03; 36% < 10 urn

Assume psd  for screening is
similar to  Brick  Raw Material
screening/grinding; AP-42, Table
8.3-4; 7% < 10 urn.

Use AP-42,  Appendix C.2,
Category 5;  53% <  10 urn

Same  as Ref.  ?296.

Same  as Ref.  *296.

Same  as Ref.  ?296.

Same  as Ref.  #296.

Assume psd  is similar to
electric arc melting in castable
refractories (SCC 3-05-005-03),
where 92% < 10 urn

Assume psd  is similar to
raw material dryer  in castable
refractories (SCC 3-05-005-01)
where 51% < 10 urn

Same  as Ref. #301;  92% < 10 urn.

Assume molding similar to
materials handl ing, AP-42, App.
C.2,  Cat. 8, 92%  PM10: assume
shakeout similar to shakeout in
gray   iron   foundries,  Table
7.10-5, 70% PM10.   Avg. PM10 =
(92 + 70)/2 = 81%  < 10 urn.

Assume psd  similar  to concrete
batching, cement unloading (SCC
3-05-011-07); 50%  < 10 urn
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Referencs
Number
306.
307.
308.
309.
310.
311.
312.
313.
314.
315.
316.
317.
318.
319.
320.
321.
322.
323.
324.

sec
3-05-006-08
3-05-006-09
3-05-006-10
3-05-006-12
3-05-006-19
3-05-007-07
3-05-007-08
3-05-007-09
3-05-007-10
3-05-007-12
3-05-007-19
3-05-009-03
3-05-009-04
3-05-009-05
3-05-010-21
3-05-010-22
3-05-010-23
3-05-010-30
3-05-010-33

PM Factor
4.0
0.5
1.5
0.3
0.24
0.2
4.0
0.5
1.5
0.3
0.24
12.0
0.5
0.8
0.45
0.0001
0.1
0.05
1.3
          Basis For PM1Q Derivative

          Assume  psd  similar  to  storage
          piles,  Ref. 291, SCO 3-05-002-
          03;  36% <  10  urn

          Same  as Ref.  #302.

          Assume  psd  for  secondary
          crushing produces a  higher % of
          fines  than primary  crushing,
          assume  75%  <  10 urn

          From   AP-42,    Appendix   C.2,
          Category 3; 51% < 10 urn

          From  AP-42, Appendix C.2,
          Category 4, 85% < 10 urn

          Same  as Ref.  #305

          Same  as Ref.  #306

          Same  as Ref.  ?307

          Same  as Ref.  =308

          Same  as Ref.  =309

          Same  as Ref.  =310

          Use AP-42,  App.  C.2, Category
          3; 51%  < 10 urn

          Assume  psd  similar  to  SCC
          3-05-005-02; Use AP-42 Appendix
          C.2,  Category 3; 51% < 10 urn.

          Same  as Ref.  #318.

          No    basis    for   technology
          transfer.   See  AP-42,  Section
          8.24, Table 8.24-2.

          See AP-42,  Section  8.24 Table
          8.24-2;  Equation

          Assume  psd  same as
          3-05-006-07,     Ref.     #305,
          unloading;  50%  < 10 urn

          Same  as Ref.  #320

          Assume  wet drilling similar to
          stone drilling.  From AP-42,
          Table 8.19.2-2,  12.5%  < 10 urn
58

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Reference
Number
325.
326.
327.
328.
329.
330.
331.
332.
333.
334.
335.
336.
337.
338.
339.
340.
341.
342.
sec
3-05-010-34
3-05-010-37
3-05-010-42
3-05-010-43
3-05-010-48
3-05-010-49
3-05-011-20
3-05-012-01
3-05-012-02
3-05-012-03
3-05-012-04
3-05-012-05
3-05-012-06
3-05-012-07
3-05-012-08
3-05-012-09
3-05-012-11
3-05-012-12
PM Facti
0.22
0.03
0.002
47,400
0.012
760.0
0.2
22.0
27.5
0.5
58.0
9.0
1.3
9.0
2.0
6.0
16.0
2.0
          Basis For PM10 Derivative
           Same  as  Ref.  ?324

           Assume psd  same as Ref.  #305,
           SCC 3-05-006-07 - Raw Material
           Unloading;  50% < 10  urn

           Assume psd  same as Ref.  #305,
           SCC 3-05-006-07; 50% <  10  urn

           Assume same as Ref.  #291,
           SCC 3-05-002-03; 36% <  10  urn

           Assume same as Ref.  #305,  SCC
           3-05006-07; 50% < 10 urn

           Assume same as Ref.  #305,  SCC
           3-05-006-07;  50% < 10 urn

           Assume psd  similar to cement
           unloading to  storage bins  (3-
           05-011-07),  bucket elevator; 50%
           <  10  urn

           Assume psd for furnaces similar
           to melting furnace in  glass mfg.
           AP-42 Table 8.13-2; 95%  < 10 urn

           Same  as  Ref.  #332,
           SCC 3-05-012-01

           Same  as  Ref.  #332
           SCC 3-05-012-01
           No    basis
           transfer.
for   technology
           Assume  PM is  100%  <  10  urn;
           engineering judgement.

           Same as Ref. 336;  100% < 10 urn.

           Same as Ref.  #332;  95% < 10 urn.

           No    basis   for   technology
           transfer.
           Same  as  Ref.  #336;
           <  10  urn.
       100%
           Same as Ref. #332;  95% < 10 urn.

           Same as Ref. ?332;  95% < 10 urn.
59

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Reference
Number
343.
344.
345.
346.
347.
348.
349.
350.
351.
352.
353.
354.
355.
sec
3-05-012-13
3-05-012-14
3-05-012-15
3-05-013-01
3-05-014-03
3-05-014-04
3-05-015-04
3-05-015-05
3-05-015-06
3-05-015-21
3-05-015-22
3-05-016-01
3-05-016-02
PM Factor
6.0
1.0
1.2
16.0
2.0
17.4
0.7
0.5
1.5
3.0
5.0
0.5
1.5
356.
357.
358.
359.
3-05-016-03
3-05-016-05
3-05-016-07
3-05-016-08
 8.0
50.0
 0.8
 0.2
Basis For PM10 Derivative

 Same as Ref.  #332;  95% < 10 urn.

 No    basis    for   technology
 transfer.

 Same  as  Ref.  =?336;   100%
 < 10  urn.

 Same as Ref.  #332,  95% < 10 urn.

 Same as Ref.  #332,  95% < 10 urn.

 Same as Ref.  #332,  95% < 10 urn.

 Assume  psd  same as conveying,
 AP-42,  (9/88),  Table
 8.19.2-2, 22% < 10  urn.

 From   AP-42,   Appendix  C.2,
 Category 3,  51% <  10  urn

 Assume psd similar to secondary
 crushing of cement raw materials
 (305-006-10);  75% <  10  urn

 From  AP-42,  App.  C.2,
 Category 4,  85% <  10  urn

 From  AP-42,  App.  C.2,
 Category 4;  85% <  10  urn

 Same  as  Ref.  #350,
 SCO 3-05-015-05

 Assume psd similar to secondary
 crushing of  gypsum ore
 (3-05-015-06);  75% <  10 urn.

 Assume psd similar to continuous
 kettle calciner (3-05-015-11);
 63%  < 10 urn.

 Assume psd similar to continuous
 kettle calciner (3-05-015-11);
 63%  < 10 urn

 Assume psd similar to conveying
 (3-05-015-04);  22% <  10 urn

 Assume  psd  similar to  Raw
 Material  unloading, (3-05-012-
 21);  50% <  10 urn
                                      60

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Reference
Number
360.
361.
362.
363.
364.
365.
366.
367.
368.
369.
370.
371.
372.
373.
374.
375.
376.
377.
378.
sec
3-05-016-09
3-05-016-10
3-05-016-11
3-05-016-12
3-05-019-04
3-05-020-06
3-05-020-07
3-05-020-09
3-05-020-12
3-05-025-02
3-05-025-03
3-05-025-07
3-06-001-03
3-06-001-04
3-06-001-05
3-06-001-06
3-06-001-07
3-06-002-01
3-06-003-01
PM Factor
0.1
4.0
40.0
0.1
40.0
no factor*
0.33
0.16
35.0
0.33
0.029
3796.0
12. OS
3.0
3.0
3.0
0.27
242.0
17.0
                                               Basis For  PM1Q Derivative

                                                Assume psd similar to spray
                                                drying of detergents
                                                (3-01-009-01); 67% < 10 urn

                                                Assume similar to aggregate
                                                piles  in  asphaltic  concrete,
                                                Ref.  #291; 36% < 10 urn

                                                Same  as Ref. #356;  63% < 10 urn.

                                                Same  as Ref. #360;  67% < 10 urn.

                                                Assume psd same as Raw Material
                                                Storage Piles;  36% < 10 urn
                                                Assume psd similar to storage
                                                piles, SCC 3-05-016-10;  36%
                                                < 10 urn

                                                No basis for technology transfer

                                                Assume psd is similar to
                                                SCC  3-05-002-01; 14% < 10 urn

                                                Same as Ref. #361;  36% < 10 urn.

                                                Same as Ref. #358;  22% < 10 urn.

                                                Same as Ref. #361;  36% < 10 urn.

                                                Assume psd is similar to
                                                residual oil fired in commercial
                                                boilers; AP42, Table 1.3-5; 62%
                                                < 10 urn

                                                Same as Ref. #5

                                                Same as Ref. #5

                                                Same as Ref. #5

                                                Same as Ref. #5

                                                From API pub. 4363, FCCU with
                                                internal cyclones emit PMwith
                                                70% <  10 urn

                                                Same as Ref. #377
*The PM factor of 2.0 Ib has been withdrawn.
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Reference
  Number

379.

380.
    SCC
381
382.
394.



395.

396.
3-06-012-01

3-07-001-08
3-07-001-10
3-07-004-02
3-07-008-04



3-07-008-05

3-07-008-06
PM Factor

523.0

 72.0
230.0
  0.6
383.
384.
285.
386.
387.
388.
389.
390.
391.
392.
393.
3-07-007-01
3-07-007-03
3-07-007-04
3-07-007-11
3-07-007-12
3-07-007-13
3-07-007-14
3-07-007-15
3-07-008-01
3-07-008-02
3-07-008-03
4.25
0.6
859.0
4.64
2.37
3.18
4.14
3.7
0.02
0.35
1.0
  2.25



  2.25

  4.0
Basis For PM1Q Derivative

 Same  as  Ref.  #377

 All  fluid  bed calciners
 are well controlled  for
 product  collection.  PM  is
 likely to  be  fine;  assume
 psd  similar to fluid coking
 (3-06-01201);  70%  <  10 urn

 Assume psd similar to recovery
 boiler   w/o   direct  contact
 evaporator, Table  10.1-3,
 AP-42; 100% < 10 urn

 No    basis   for    technology
 transfer.  As default value,
 assume psd is  similar to cotton
 ginning; avg.  psd; 58% < 10 urn

 Same  as  Ref.  #382

 Same  as  Ref.  #382

 Same  as  Ref.  =382

 Same  as  Ref.  =382

 Same  as  Ref.  =382

 Same  as  Ref.  #382

 Same  as  Ref.  #382

 Same  as  Ref.  #382

 Same  as  Ref.  #382

 Same  as  Ref.  #382

 Assume psd is similar to
 storage  piles,  Ref.  #291,
 SCC  3-05-002-03; 36% < 10  um

 PSD from test data  reported by
 CA Air Resources Board;  40%
 <  10  um.

 Same as Ref. #394;  40% < 10 um.

 Assume psd from sanding to
 consist  of higher % of  fines
 than  from  sawing.   Assume  50%
 <  10  um.
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Reference
  Number         SCC          PM Factor         Basis For PM10 Derivative

397.         3-07-008-07        5.0              Same as Ref. #396;  50% < 10 urn.

398.         3-07-008-08        2.0              Same as Ref. #394;  40%<10um.

399.         3-07-030-01        1.0              Same as Ref. #382;  58% < 10 urn.

400.         3-07-030-02        2.0              Same as Ref. #382;  58% < 10 urn.

401.         3-09-025-01        0.035            Assume  psd  is similar to
                                                 3-04-002-32,  Ref.  #240,  wire
                                                 incinerator fugitive emissions;
                                                 60%  <  10  urn

402.         3-10-004-01        2.0              Assume  psd  is similar to
                                                 external    combustion   boiler
                                                 firing  distillate oil; AP-42,
                                                 Table  1.3-4;  50% < 10 urn

403.         3-10-004-02       12.OS             Same as above for residual oil:
                                                 AP-42, Table  1.3-3; 86% < 10 urn

404.         3-10-004-03       12.OS             Assume  psd  for crude oil  is
                                                 similar to  residual  oil (3-10-
                                                 004-02);  86% < 10 urn

405.         3-10-004-04        3.0              Assume  psd  is similar to
                                                 1-02-006-01 100% < 10 urn

406.         3-10-004-05        3.0              Assume  psd  is similar to SCC
                                                 1-02-006-01;  100% < 10 urn

407.         3-10-004-11        2.0              Assume  psd  is similar to
                                                 oil  fired industrial external
                                                 combustion  boiler
                                                 (1-02-005-01); 50% < 10 urn

408.         3-10-004-12       12.OS             Assume  psd  is similar to
                                                 residual  oil  fired external
                                                 comb, boilers (102-004-01); 86%
                                                 <  10 urn

409.         3-10-004-13       12.OS             Assume  psd  is similar to
                                                 residual  oil  fired external
                                                 combustion  boilers
                                                 (1-02-004-01); 86% < 10 urn

410.         3-10-004-14        3.0              Same as  Ref.  #5

411.         3-10-004-15        3.0              Assume psd is similar to process
                                                 gas  fired boiler
                                                 (1-02-007-01); 100% < 10 urn
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Reference
  Number         SCC          PM Factor

412.         3-60-001-01        0.7
413.
414.
415.
416.
417.
418.
419.
420.
421.
422.
423.
4-02-016-01
5-01-005-05
5-01-005-07
5-01-005-08
5-01-005-10
5-01-005-11
5-01-005-12
5-02-001-01
5-02-001-02
5-02-001-03
5-02-001-04
  9.68
  8.0
 20.0
  7.0
 13.0
138.0
 37.0
  7.0
 15.0
  1.4
 20.0
Basis For PM10 Derivative

 Assume psd similar to secondary
 lead smelting  in  pot  furnace
 (3-04-00401);  25% <  10  urn

 Assume psd similar to detergent
 spray  drying   (3-01-009-01);
 66.1% <  10  urn

 Assume psd similar to municipal
 waste "starved air" incinerator:
 AP-42, (9/88),  Table 2.1-2 ; 74%
 <  10 urn

 Assume psd  similar to refuse
 derived fuel in municipal waste
 combustion:  AP-42,  TAble 2.1-
 2;  55% <  10  urn

 Assume psd  similar to refuse
 derived fuel in municipal waste
 combustion:  AP-42, Table
 2.1-2; 55%  < 10  urn

 Assume psd similar to municipal
 waste mass burn incinerator; AP-
 42,  App.  C.I,  Table  2.1; 38%
 <  10 urn

 Assume psd similar to municipal
 waste mass  burn  incinerator;
 App. C.I, Table  2.1;  38%
 <  10 urn

 Assume psd similar to municipal
 waste mass  burn  incinerator;
 App. C.I, Table  2.1;  38%
 <  10 urn

 Assume psd  is  similar to
 municipal    waste    modular
 incinerator; AP-42,  App. C.I,
 Table 2.1;  67% <  10  urn

 Assume  psd  is  similar to
 municipal    waste  mass  burn
 incinerator, AP-42,  App. C.I,
 Table 2.1;  38% <  10  urn

 Assume  psd  is  similar to
 AP-42, Table 2.1-2;  74%
 <  10 urn
 Assume same as  Ref.  #
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Reference
Number SCC
424.
425.
426.
427.
428.
429.
430.
431.
432.
433.
434.
435.
436.
437.
5-02-001-05
5-02-003-01
5-02-003-02
5-02-005-05
5-03-001-01
5-03-001-02
5-03-001-03
5-03-001-04
5-03-001-05
5-03-001-06
5-03-001-07
5-03-001-08
5-03-001-09
5-03-002-04
PM Factor
7.0
30.0
6.0
8.0
7.0
15.0
1.4
20.0
7.0
13.0
138.0
2.0
37.0
0.9
Basis For PM10 Derivative
Assume same as Ref. #416
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
Assume same as Ref.
#418
#420
#414
#420
#421
#422
#415
#416
#417
#418
Assume psd is similar to
3-04-00232, wire incinerator
fugitive emissions; 60%
< 10 urn
Assume same as Ref.
No basis for technol
#419
ogy
         transfer. As default value,
         assume
               L     t0J
          On. obserued
                         < 10 urn,
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                                   TECHNICAL REPORT DATA
                           iPlcasc read Instructions on ihe reverse before completing/
 REPORT NO.
 EPA-450/4-89-022
                             2.
3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSION NO.
 TITLE AND SUBTITLE
 PM,Q Emission  Factor Listing  Devrloped By Technology
 Transfer and AIRS Source Classification Codes Wtih
 Documentation
5. REPORT DATE
    November 1989
 . PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE
 AUTHOR(S)
                                                            8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO.
 PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS
 U.S. Environmental  Protection Agency
 Office of Air and Radiation
 Office of Air Quality Planning  and  Standards
 Research Triangle Park, NC   27711
                                                            10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO.
11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO.
2. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS
                                                            13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED
                                                            14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE
S. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES
). ^\jrr ucnncil 1 *4 n T r*\J I CO
 The listing supplements AP-42,  Compilation of Air  Pollutant Emission Factors,
 Fourth Edition.
6. ABSTRACT
      This report  provides a listing  of particulate  matter emission  factors,
 size-specific 10 micrometers  (PM,Q)  for fuel combustion, inductrial  and
 commercial operations, and solid  wastes disposals.   The factor  list is identified
 with appropriate  EPA AIRS Facility Subsystem (AFS)  Source Classification Codes
 (SCCs) and their  process descriptions.   An appendix to the listing  provides
 documentation of  technology transfer rationale for  the PM,Q emission factors.
                                KEY WORDS AND DOCUMENT ANALYSIS
                  DESCRIPTORS
                                               3.IDENTIFIERS/OPEN ENDED TERMS
              c.  COSATI Field/Group
 Emission Factors
 Particle Size Emission Factors
 PM,g Emission Factors
 ComHustion Sources
 Industrial Processes
 Solid Wastes Combustion
 Air Emissions
18. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT
                                               19. SECURITY CLASS (This Report)
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                       63
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