Instructions for Form MO780-1434, EIQ Form 2.0C "Control Device Information" - Missouri

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EIQ Form 2.0C Control Device Information
Instructions for Form 780-1434
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, 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 (i.e., cyclone, baghouse, etc.) 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/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.
Control Device Efficiency (percent) - The control efficiency entered must be within the
acceptable range for this control device. This percentage must match the control efficiency
listed in the facility’s construction or operating permit.
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EIQ Form 2.0C Control Device Information
Instructions for Form 780-1434
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, 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 (i.e., cyclone, baghouse, etc.) 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/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.
Control Device Efficiency (percent) - The control efficiency entered must be within the
acceptable range for this control device. This percentage must match the control efficiency
listed in the facility’s construction or operating permit.
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Source of Efficiency (codes): Choose from the code table listed for the source of efficiency.
CODE TEXT
NAME
Eng Judge
Efficiency based on Engineering Judgment
Est Pub Va
Estimated based on Published Value
Mass Bal
Calculated based on Material Balance
Mfg Design
Design Value from Manufacturer
Test EPA
Tested Efficiency (EPA Reference Method)
Test Other
Tested Efficiency (Other Method)
If you are reporting the same control efficiency for all Hazardous Air Pollutant, or HAP, chemicals
for a control device, list the percent efficiency under HAPs. If a different control efficiency is
used for different HAP chemicals, list the Chemical Abstract Service, or CAS, Numbers for the
Controlled HAPs where indicated on the 2.0C form.
For example: A facility reports that control device CD1 has a control efficiency of 80
percent for Toluene, 60 percent for Xylenes and 70 percent for all other HAPs emitted at
that emission point. In this case, there would be three separate entries on Form 2.0C for
the same control device. You would list CD1, the device code, 80 percents under HAPs,
and “108-88-3” under CAS number(s) for controlled HAPS for the first entry. The next
entry would be the same control device information, but you would report the 60 percent
under HAPs and the CAS number for Xylene. The third entry would also be the same
control device information, but would list 70 percent control efficiency under HAPs and
leave the CAS number(s) for controlled HAPS blank, as multiple HAPs are being
grouped together under the 70 percent efficiency.
Code List for Form 2.0C Control Equipment Information Alphabetic Listing
Control Device Description
Control Device Code
Activated Carbon Adsorption
048
Activated Clay Adsorption
084
Afterburner
112
Air Injection
031
Alkaline Fly Ash Scrubbing
068
Alkalized Alumina
040
Ammonia Injection
032
Ammonia Scrubbing
038
Annular Ring Filter
064
Baffle
078
Baghouse
100
Boiler at Landfill
138
Bottom Filling
089
Carbon Injection
207
Catalytic Afterburner
019
Catalytic Afterburner with Heat Exchanger
020
Catalytic Converter
203
2
Catalytic Oxidizer
109
Catalytic Reduction
065
CEM Upgrade and Increased Monitoring Frequency of PM Controls
220
Centrifugal Collector
210
Chemical Neutralization
083
Chemical Oxidation
080
Chemical Reduction
081
Clean Burn
148
Condenser
132
Conservation Vent
088
Control of Percent O2 in Combustion Air (Off Stoichiometric Firing)
033
Conversion to Floating Roof Tank
091
Conversion to Pressurized Tank
092
Conversion to Variable Vapor Space Tank
090
Direct Flame Afterburner
021
Direct Flame Afterburner with Heat Exchanger
022
Dry Electrostatic Granular Filter (DEGF)
079
Dry Limestone Injection
041
Dry Scrubber
119
Dry Sorbent Injection
206
Dual Alkali Scrubbing
036
Dust Suppression
217
Dynamic Separator (Dry)
056
Dynamic Separator (Wet)
057
Electrostatic Precipitator
128
Electrostatic Spraying
218
Fabric Filter
127
Flaring
023
Floating Bed Scrubber
120
Flue Gas 21
215
Flue Gas Recirculation
026
Freeboard Refrigeration Device
208
Gravel Bed Filter
063
Gravity Collector
209
High-Efficiency Particulate Air Filter (HEPA)
101
Incinerator
133
Increased Air/Fuel Ratio With Intercooling
147
Increased Monitoring Frequency (IMF) of PM Controls
219
Installation of Secondary Seal for External Floating Roof Tank
097
Knock Out Box
201
Liquid Filtration System
049
Low Excess Air Firing
029
Low Nitrogen Content Fuel
214
Low NOx Burners
205
Low Solvent Coatings
102
Magnesium Oxide Scrubbing
035
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Mat or Panel Filter
058
Mechanical Collector
150
Metal Fabric Filter Screen (Cotton Gins)
059
Miscellaneous Control Devices
099
Mist Eliminator
211
Modified Burner or Furnace Design
024
Molecular Sieve
066
Multiple Cyclones
121
Nitrogen Blanket
087
Overfire Air
204
Ozonation
082
Packed-Gas Absorption Column
050
Powder Coatings
103
Pre-Combustion Chamber
149
Process Change
046
Process Enclosed
054
Process Gas Recovery
060
Quench Tower
122
Reduced Combustion - Air Preheating
027
Rotoclone
113
SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction)
139
Screen
157
Screened Drums or Cages
154
Scrubber
129
Single Cyclone
075
SNCR
140
Sodium Carbonate Scrubbing
069
Sodium-Alkali Scrubbing
070
Spray Dryer
202
Spray Screen
144
Spray Tower
052
Staged Combustion
025
Steam Injection
212
Submerged Filling
093
Sulfur Plant
045
Sulfuric Acid Plant
216
Thermal Oxidizer
131
Tray-Type Gas Absorption Column
051
Underground Tank
094
Vapor Lock Balance Recovery System
096
Vapor Recovery Sys (Incl. condensers, hooding, other enclosures)
047
Water Curtain
086
Water Injection
213
Waterborne Coatings
104
Wet Cyclonic Separator
085
Wet Electrostatic Precipitator
146
4
Wet Lime Slurry Scrubbing
067
Wet Limestone Injection
042
Wet Scrubber
141
Wet Suppression
143
White Paint
095
Code List for Form 2.0C Control Equipment Information Numeric Listing
Control
Device Code
Control Device Description
019
Catalytic Afterburner
020
Catalytic Afterburner with Heat Exchanger
021
Direct Flame Afterburner
022
Direct Flame Afterburner with Heat Exchanger
023
Flaring
024
Modified Furnace or Burner Design
025
Staged Combustion
026
Flue Gas Recirculation
027
Reduced Combustion - Air Preheating
029
Low Excess Air Firing
030
Use of Fuel with Low Nitrogen Content
032
Ammonia Injection
033
Control of Percent O2 In Combustion Air (Off Stoichiometric Firing)
035
Magnesium Oxide Scrubbing
036
Dual Alkali Scrubbing
038
Ammonia Scrubbing
040
Alkalized Alumina
041
Dry Limestone Injection
042
Wet Limestone Injection
045
Sulfur Plant
046
Process Change
048
Activated Carbon Adsorption
049
Liquid Filtration System
050
Packed-Gas Absorption Column
051
Tray-Type Gas Absorption Column
052
Spray Tower
054
Process Enclosed
056
Dynamic Separator (Dry)
057
Dynamic Separator (Wet)
058
Mat or Panel Filter
059
Metal Fabric Filter Screen (Cotton Gins)
060
Process Gas Recovery
063
Gravel Bed Filter
064
Annular Ring Filter
065
Catalytic Reduction
066
Molecular Sieve
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