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Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Form OP-UA16
Solvent Degreasing Machine Attributes
General:
This form is used to provide a description and data pertaining to all solvent degreasing machines with potentially
applicable requirements associated with a particular regulated entity number and application. Each table number, along
with the possibility of a corresponding letter (i.e., Table 1a, Table 1b), corresponds to a certain state or federal rule. If the
rule on the table is not potentially applicable to a solvent degreasing machine, then it should be left blank and need not be
submitted with the application. The following solvent degreasing machines are considered off-permit sources and do not
need to be listed:
A.
In counties not affected by title 30 TAC Chapter 115, remote reservoir or immersion type cold solvent
degreasers which do not use solvent with methylene chloride, perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene,
1,1,1-Trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, or any combination of these solvent in a total
concentration greater than or equal to 5% by weight.
B.
In counties affected by 30 TAC Chapter 115, remote reservoir cold solvent cleaners which use solvents with a
tvp equal to or less than 0.6 psia measured at 100 degrees Fahrenheit, which do not use solvents with
methylene chloride, perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene, 1,1,1-Trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride,
chloroform, or any combination of these solvent in a total concentration greater than or equal to 5% by
weight, and which have a drain area of less than 16 in 2, provided waste solvent is disposed of in enclosed
containers.
If the codes entered by the applicant show negative applicability to the rule or sections of the rule represented on the table,
then the applicant need not complete the remainder of the table(s) that corresponds to the rule. Further instruction as to
which questions should be answered and which questions should not be answered are located in the “Specific” section of
the instruction text. The following is included in this form:
Table
1:
Title 30 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 115 (30 TAC Chapter 115) Subchapter E:
Degreasing Processes
Tables 2a -
2c:
Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations Part 63 (40 CFR Part 63), Subpart T:
National Emission Standards for Halogenated Solvent Cleaning
The application area name from Form OP-1 entitled, “Site Information Summary” must appear in the header of each page
for the purpose of identification for the initial submittal. The date of the initial form submittal must also be included and
should be consistent throughout the application (MM/DD/YYYY). Leave the permit number blank for the initial form
submittal. If this form is included as part of the permit revision process, enter the permit number assigned by the TCEQ,
the area name (from Form OP-1), and the date of the revision submittal.
Unit attribute questions that do not require a response from all applicants are preceded by qualification criteria in the
instructions. If the unit does not meet the qualification criteria, a response to the question is not required. Anytime a
response is not required based on the qualification criteria, leave the space on the form blank.
Notwithstanding any qualification criteria in the form instructions or information provided in other TCEQ
guidance, the applicant may leave an attribute question blank (or indicate “N/A” for “Not Applicable”) if the
attribute is not needed for the applicable requirement determinations of a regulation for a unit.
In some situations, the applicant has the option of selecting alternate requirements, limitations, and/or practices for a unit.
Note that these alternate requirements, limitations, and/or practices must have the required approval from the TCEQ
Executive Director and/or the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator before the federal operating permit
application is submitted.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) requires that a Core Data Form be submitted on all incoming
registrations unless all of the following are met: The Regulated Entity and Customer Reference Numbers have been issued
by the TCEQ and no core data information has changed. The Central Registry, a common record area of the TCEQ which
maintains information about TCEQ customers and regulated activities, such as company names, addresses, and telephone
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This form is for use by sources subject to air quality
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Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Form OP-UA16
Solvent Degreasing Machine Attributes
General:
This form is used to provide a description and data pertaining to all solvent degreasing machines with potentially
applicable requirements associated with a particular regulated entity number and application. Each table number, along
with the possibility of a corresponding letter (i.e., Table 1a, Table 1b), corresponds to a certain state or federal rule. If the
rule on the table is not potentially applicable to a solvent degreasing machine, then it should be left blank and need not be
submitted with the application. The following solvent degreasing machines are considered off-permit sources and do not
need to be listed:
A.
In counties not affected by title 30 TAC Chapter 115, remote reservoir or immersion type cold solvent
degreasers which do not use solvent with methylene chloride, perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene,
1,1,1-Trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, or any combination of these solvent in a total
concentration greater than or equal to 5% by weight.
B.
In counties affected by 30 TAC Chapter 115, remote reservoir cold solvent cleaners which use solvents with a
tvp equal to or less than 0.6 psia measured at 100 degrees Fahrenheit, which do not use solvents with
methylene chloride, perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene, 1,1,1-Trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride,
chloroform, or any combination of these solvent in a total concentration greater than or equal to 5% by
weight, and which have a drain area of less than 16 in 2, provided waste solvent is disposed of in enclosed
containers.
If the codes entered by the applicant show negative applicability to the rule or sections of the rule represented on the table,
then the applicant need not complete the remainder of the table(s) that corresponds to the rule. Further instruction as to
which questions should be answered and which questions should not be answered are located in the “Specific” section of
the instruction text. The following is included in this form:
Table
1:
Title 30 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 115 (30 TAC Chapter 115) Subchapter E:
Degreasing Processes
Tables 2a -
2c:
Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations Part 63 (40 CFR Part 63), Subpart T:
National Emission Standards for Halogenated Solvent Cleaning
The application area name from Form OP-1 entitled, “Site Information Summary” must appear in the header of each page
for the purpose of identification for the initial submittal. The date of the initial form submittal must also be included and
should be consistent throughout the application (MM/DD/YYYY). Leave the permit number blank for the initial form
submittal. If this form is included as part of the permit revision process, enter the permit number assigned by the TCEQ,
the area name (from Form OP-1), and the date of the revision submittal.
Unit attribute questions that do not require a response from all applicants are preceded by qualification criteria in the
instructions. If the unit does not meet the qualification criteria, a response to the question is not required. Anytime a
response is not required based on the qualification criteria, leave the space on the form blank.
Notwithstanding any qualification criteria in the form instructions or information provided in other TCEQ
guidance, the applicant may leave an attribute question blank (or indicate “N/A” for “Not Applicable”) if the
attribute is not needed for the applicable requirement determinations of a regulation for a unit.
In some situations, the applicant has the option of selecting alternate requirements, limitations, and/or practices for a unit.
Note that these alternate requirements, limitations, and/or practices must have the required approval from the TCEQ
Executive Director and/or the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator before the federal operating permit
application is submitted.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) requires that a Core Data Form be submitted on all incoming
registrations unless all of the following are met: The Regulated Entity and Customer Reference Numbers have been issued
by the TCEQ and no core data information has changed. The Central Registry, a common record area of the TCEQ which
maintains information about TCEQ customers and regulated activities, such as company names, addresses, and telephone
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permit requirements and may be revised periodically. (Title V Release 03/20)
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numbers. This information is commonly referred as “core data.” The Central Registry provides the regulated community
with a central access point within the agency to check core data and make changes when necessary. When core data about
a facility is moved to the Central Registry, two new identification numbers are assigned: the Customer Reference (CN)
number and the Regulated Entity (RN) number. The Core Data Form is required if facility records are not yet part of the
Central Registry or if core data for a facility has changed. If this is the initial registration, permit, or license for a facility
site, then the Core
Data Form must be completed and submitted with application or registration forms. If amending, modifying, or otherwise
updating an existing record for a facility site, the Core Data Form is not required, unless any core data information has
changed. To review additional information regarding the Central Registry, go to the TCEQ website at
www.tceq.texas.gov/permitting/central_registry.
Specific:
Table 1:
Title 30 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 115 (30 TAC Chapter 115), Subchapter E:
Degreasing Processes
Complete Table 1 only for solvent degreasing machines located in a county subject to 30 TAC Chapter 115
and using a volatile organic compound (VOC).
Unit ID No.:
Enter the identification number (ID No.) for the solvent degreasing machine (maximum 10 characters) as listed on Form
OP- SUM entitled, “Individual Unit Summary.”
SOP/GOP Index No.:
Site operating permit (SOP) applicants should indicate the SOP index number for the unit or group of units
(maximum 15 characters consisting of numeric, alphanumeric characters, and/or dashes prefixed by a code for the
applicable regulation [i.e., 60KB- XXXX]). General operating permit (GOP) applicants should indicate the appropriate
GOP index number in this column from the applicable GOP table (SSS-FF-XXX). Applicants should complete all
applicable GOP attribute information before determining the GOP index number. For additional information relating to
SOP and GOP index numbers please refer to the TCEQ guidance document entitled “Federal Operating Permit
Application Guidance Document.”
Solvent Degreasing Machine Type:
Select one of the following options for the solvent degreasing machine type as pertains to 30 TAC Chapter 115. Enter the
code on the form.
For SOP applications:
Code
Description
CONV
Conveyorized (vapor or cold) cleaning machine
VOT
Open-top vapor cleaning machine
COLD
Cold solvent cleaning machine
RRC-S
Remote reservoir cold solvent cleaning machine
550-
Degreasing operations located on a property which, when uncontrolled, can emit a combined
weight of VOC less than 550 pounds in any consecutive 24-hour period [for degreasing
operations located in Gregg, Nueces, or Victoria County and claiming exemption
30 TAC § 115.411(5)]
For GOP applications:
Code
Description
RRC-G
Remote reservoir cold solvent cleaning machine
OTHER
Other than remote reservoir cold solvent cleaning machine
Note: Open-top vapor or conveyorized degreasing machines subject to 30 TAC Chapter 115 and degreasing machines
using halogenated solvents do not qualify for a GOP.
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Alternate Control Requirement (ACR):
If the TCEQ Executive Director has approved an ACR as allowed under 30 TAC § 115.413, enter “YES”. Otherwise,
enter “NO.”
Alternate Control Requirement ID. No.:
If an ACR allowed under 30 TAC § 115.413 is used, then enter the corresponding ACR unique identifier for each unit
(maximum 10 characters). If the unique identifier is unavailable, then enter the date of the ACR approval letter in the table
column. The unique identifier and/or the date of approval letter is contained in the compliance file under the appropriate
account number. Otherwise, leave this column blank (GOP applicants must leave this column blank).
Complete the Rest of Table 1 only if “Alternate Control Requirement” is “NO.”
Complete “Solvent Sprayed,” “Solvent Vapor Pressure,” Solvent Heated or Agitated,” “Parts Larger than
Drainage,” “Drainage Area,” and “Disposal in Enclosed Containers” Only if “Solvent Degreasing Machine
Type” is “COLD,” “RRC-S,” “RRC-G,” or “OTHER.”
Solvent Sprayed:
Enter “YES” if a solvent is sprayed. Otherwise, enter “NO.”
Solvent Vapor Pressure:
Select one of the following options for solvent vapor pressure (as measured at 100°F). Enter the code on the form.
For SOP applications:
Code
Description
0.6-
Solvent vapor pressure is less than or equal to 0.6 psia as measured at 100 degrees Fahrenheit
0.6+
Solvent vapor pressure is greater than 0.6 psia as measured at 100 degrees Fahrenheit
For GOP applications:
Code
Description
G0.6-
Solvent vapor pressure is less than or equal to 0.6 psia at 100 degrees Fahrenheit
G0.6+
Solvent vapor pressure is greater than 0.6 psia at 100 degrees Fahrenheit
Solvent Heated:
Enter “YES” if the solvent is not heated to a temperature greater than 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Otherwise, enter “NO.”
Parts Larger Than Drainage:
Enter “YES” if any cleaned part for which the machine is authorized to clean are larger than the internal drainage facility
of the machine. Otherwise, enter “NO.”
Complete “Drainage Area” only if “Solvent Degreasing Machine Type” is “COLD” or “RRC-S”, or if
“Solvent Degreasing Machine Type” is “RRC-G” and “Solvent Vapor Pressure” is “G0.6-.”
DRAINAGE AREA:
Select one of the following options for drainage area. Enter the code on the form.
Code
Description
16-
Area is less than 16 square inches
16+
Area is greater than or equal to 16 square inches
Disposal in Enclosed Containers:
Enter “YES” if the waste solvent is properly disposed of in enclosed containers. Otherwise, enter “NO.”
Complete “Solvent/Air Interface Area” only if “Solvent Degreasing Machine Type” is “CONV.”
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Solvent/Air Interface Area:
Select one of the following options for solvent/air interface area as pertains to 30 TAC Chapter 115. Enter the code on the
form.
Code
Description
20-
Solvent/air interface is less than 20 square feet
20+
Solvent/air interface is greater than or equal to 20 square feet
Complete “Emission Control Combinations” only if “Solvent Degreasing Machine Type” is “CONV” or
“VOT.”
Emission Control Combinations:
For solvent degreasing machines subject to the requirements of 30 TAC Chapter 115, select from the following options
for emission control combinations. If more than one control technique is used, list each control technique on additional
lines.
Code
Description
FBR
Freeboard with the ratio specified in 30 TAC § 115.412(1)(E) or
30 TAC § 115.412(2)(D)(i)
CHILL
Refrigerated chiller achieving 85% or greater control of VOC emissions
ENCL
Enclosed design
CADS
Carbon adsorber with ventilation greater than or equal to 50 cfm/ft2 and exhausting less than
25 ppm of solvent volume averaged over one adsorption cycle
Table
2a:
Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations Part 63 (40 CFR Part 63), Subpart T: National
Emission Standards for Halogenated Solvent Cleaning
Complete for solvent cleaning machines using halogenated solvents.
Unit ID No.:
Enter the identification number (ID No.) for the solvent cleaning machine (maximum 10 characters) as listed on
Form OP-SUM entitled, “Individual Unit Summary.”
SOP Index No.:
Site operating permit (SOP) applicants should indicate the SOP index number for the unit or group of units
(maximum 15 characters consisting of numeric, alphanumeric characters, and/or dashes prefixed by a code for the
applicable regulation [i.e., 60KB- XXXX]). For additional information relating to SOP index numbers, please refer to the
TCEQ guidance document entitled “Federal Operating Permit Application Guidance Document.”
Solvent Type:
Enter “YES” if the unit uses one (or any combination) of the following halogenated hazardous air pollutant (HAP)
solvents: methylene chloride, perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, carbon tetrachloride, or
chloroform in a total concentration greater than 5% by weight. Otherwise, enter “NO.”
Solvent Cleaning Machine Type:
Select one of the following options for the solvent cleaning machine type as it pertains to 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart T.
Enter the code on the form.
Code
Description
INLN
In-line (vapor or cold) cleaning machine
CWCM
Continuous web cleaning machine
RRCWCM
Remote reservoir continuous web cleaning machine
CRRB
Non-immersion remote reservoir batch cold cleaning machine
CRRBIM
Immersion remote reservoir batch cold cleaning machine
CBAT
Batch cold cleaning machine other than a remote reservoir cold cleaning machine
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VOTB
Open-top batch vapor cleaning machine
VBAT
Batch vapor cleaning machine other than open-top vapor
OTHER
Other solvent cleaning machine type
Complete “Equivalent Methods of Control” only if “Solvent Cleaning Machine Type” is “INLN,” “CWCM,”
“RRCWCM,” “VOTB,” or “VBAT.”
Equivalent Methods of Control:
Enter “YES” if using equivalent equipment or procedures approved by the EPA Administrator, under 40 CFR § 63.469, to
those prescribed for compliance within a specified paragraph of 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart T. Otherwise, enter “NO.”
EMOC ID NO.:
If an equivalent method of control (EMOC) has been approved, enter the corresponding EMOC unique identifier for each
unit or process (maximum 10 characters). If the unique identifier is unavailable, then enter the date of the EMOC approval
letter. The unique identifier and/or the date of the approval letter is contained in the compliance file under the appropriate
account number. Otherwise, leave this column blank.
Do not continue if “Solvent Cleaning Machine Type” is “INLN,” “CWCM,” “RRCWCM,” “VOTB” or
“VBAT” and “Equivalent Methods of Control” is “YES.”
Construction Date:
Select one of the following options based on the commencement date of the most recent construction, modification, or
reconstruction of the solvent degreasing machine. Enter the code on the form.
Code
Description
93-
Unit constructed, modified, or reconstructed on or before November 29, 1993
93+
Unit constructed, modified, or reconstructed after November 29, 1993
Complete the remainder of Table 2a only if “Solvent Cleaning Machine Type” is “CRRB,” ‘CRRBIM,” or
“CBAT.” If “Solvent Cleaning Machine Type” is NOT “CRRB,” “CRRBIM,” or “CBAT,” go to Table 2b.
Complete “Cold Cleaning Emission Control” only if “Solvent Cleaning Machine Type” is “CRRBIM” or
“CBAT.”
Cold Cleaning Emission Control:
For solvent degreasing machines subject to the requirements of 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart T, choose from the following
codes to describe emission control. If more than one code is applicable, use additional rows to list each control technique.
Code
Description
FREBRD
Freeboard ratio is greater than or equal to 0.75
WATER
A water layer on the surface with thickness greater than or equal to 2.5 cm
Complete “Cold Cleaning Work Practice Alternative” if “Solvent Cleaning Machine Type” is “CRRB” or if
“Solvent Cleaning Machine Type” is “CRRBIM” or “CBAT”, and “Cold Cleaning Emission Control”
includes “FREBRD.”
Cold Cleaning Work Practice Alternative:
Enter “YES” if an alternative to the requirements of 40 CFR § 63.462(c)(1) - (8) have been approved. Otherwise, enter
“NO.”
Cold Cleaning Work Practice Alternative ID No.:
If a work practice alternative has been approved, enter the corresponding unique identifier for each unit or process
(maximum 10 characters). If the unique identifier is unavailable, then enter the date of the approval letter. The unique
identifier and/or the date of the approval letter is contained in the compliance file under the appropriate account number.
Otherwise, leave this column blank.
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This form is for use by sources subject to air quality
permit requirements and may be revised periodically. (Title V Release 03/20)
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