Instructions for Form MO780-2088, EIQ Form 2.0C Part 70 "Operating Permit Control Device Information" - Missouri

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EIQ Form 2.0C P70 Operating Permit Control
Device Information Instructions for Form 780-2088
12/2009
Air Pollution Control Program fact sheet
This form is required if a facility has a control device operating at an emission point. The
information given should be consistent with the construction permit, unless more current
information is available.
Complete the Facility Name, Federal Information Processing Standard, or FIPS, County Number,
Plant Number and Year of Data fields at the top.
The Emission Unit Number, Source Classification Code, or SCC, and Seg. No. must be the
same as those indicated on Form 2.0 P70, which must accompany this form.
Device Number - This is the number you select to uniquely identify the air pollution control
device. This device number should be the same as listed in the construction permit.
Device Code - This three-digit control device code is found in the Control Device Listing
attached to this document. Use the code that best describes the control equipment.
Description of Control Device - Describe the control equipment used to reduce or remove air
contaminants. The type of equipment (e.g., cyclone, baghouse) is most important, but brand and
model numbers may also be useful.
Operating Status - This field indicates whether the control device is active, inactive or
dismantled.
Emissions controlled through stack/vent - Indicate whether or not emissions are controlled
with the control device through a stack or vent. If “Yes,” list all the stacks or vents that share this
control device where indicated.
Capture Efficiency (percent) - This is the percent of total emissions captured and routed to air
pollution control equipment. Capture efficiency is determined at each emission unit controlled by
a control device, regardless of the location of the control device. If a facility has a single central
control device, and that device takes in pollutants from multiple emission units, a capture
efficiency must be determined for each unit. The efficiency should be the same as what was
approved in the construction permit.
Note: Capture efficiency is not applicable to the control of fugitive emissions. However,
capture efficiency is a required data field. Therefore enter 100 percent capture efficiency for all
sources using water suppressant or water spray controls, such as haul roads, storage piles
or conveyors.
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EIQ Form 2.0C P70 Operating Permit Control
Device Information Instructions for Form 780-2088
12/2009
Air Pollution Control Program fact sheet
This form is required if a facility has a control device operating at an emission point. The
information given should be consistent with the construction permit, unless more current
information is available.
Complete the Facility Name, Federal Information Processing Standard, or FIPS, County Number,
Plant Number and Year of Data fields at the top.
The Emission Unit Number, Source Classification Code, or SCC, and Seg. No. must be the
same as those indicated on Form 2.0 P70, which must accompany this form.
Device Number - This is the number you select to uniquely identify the air pollution control
device. This device number should be the same as listed in the construction permit.
Device Code - This three-digit control device code is found in the Control Device Listing
attached to this document. Use the code that best describes the control equipment.
Description of Control Device - Describe the control equipment used to reduce or remove air
contaminants. The type of equipment (e.g., cyclone, baghouse) is most important, but brand and
model numbers may also be useful.
Operating Status - This field indicates whether the control device is active, inactive or
dismantled.
Emissions controlled through stack/vent - Indicate whether or not emissions are controlled
with the control device through a stack or vent. If “Yes,” list all the stacks or vents that share this
control device where indicated.
Capture Efficiency (percent) - This is the percent of total emissions captured and routed to air
pollution control equipment. Capture efficiency is determined at each emission unit controlled by
a control device, regardless of the location of the control device. If a facility has a single central
control device, and that device takes in pollutants from multiple emission units, a capture
efficiency must be determined for each unit. The efficiency should be the same as what was
approved in the construction permit.
Note: Capture efficiency is not applicable to the control of fugitive emissions. However,
capture efficiency is a required data field. Therefore enter 100 percent capture efficiency for all
sources using water suppressant or water spray controls, such as haul roads, storage piles
or conveyors.
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Control Device Efficiency (percent) - The control efficiency entered must be within the
acceptable range for this control device. This percentage should match the control efficiency
listed in the facility’s construction or operating permit. Control device efficiency applies to
filterable PM10 and filterable PM2.5 for traditional baghouse and electrostatic precipitator
technologies, but that efficiency does not apply to PM Condensable emissions.
The authorized facility representative signing the EIQ is responsible for ensuring all submitted
EIQ forms are filled out completely. Incomplete forms will be returned and the Air Pollution
Control Program will note that a complete submittal was not received. Items that clearly do not
apply may be left blank, but all others must be complete. Required items include, but are not
limited to, SCC codes, throughput values, emission factors, source and references for emission
factors and actual emissions.
All units of measure must be consistent (throughput unit of measure must match the Emission
Factor denominator unit of measure). This is one of the most frequent errors we see and requires
the department to contact you regarding the submission.
For More Information
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Air Pollution Control Program
P.O. Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176
800-361-4827 or 573-751-4817
573-751-2706 fax
www.dnr.mo.gov/env/apcp/index.html
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