EIQ Form 2.4 (MO780-1625) "Volatile Organic Liquid Loading Worksheet" - Missouri

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MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM
EMISSIONS INVENTORY QUESTIONNAIRE, OR EIQ
FORM 2.4 VOLATILE ORGANIC LIQUID LOADING WORKSHEET
Note: This form is used to calculate emissions from loading organic liquids into tank trucks, rail tank cars and barges.
FACILITY NAME
FIPS COUNTY NO.
PLANT NO.
YEAR OF DATA
1. LOADING INFORMATION
EMISSION UNIT NO.
SOURCE CLASSIFICATION CODE (SCC)
SEG. NO.
ANNUAL THROUGHPUT OF LIQUID (1,000 GALLONS)
CONTROL DEVICE TYPE
CONTROL EFFICIENCY (%)
TYPE OF LOADING (CHECK ONE)
2. CHEMICAL INFORMATION
BULK LIQUID TYPE
MOLECULAR WEIGHT OF MATERIAL LOADED [LB. / (LB./MOLE)]
TRUE VAPOR PRESSURE OF BULK LIQUID (PSIA)
SATURATION FACTOR
TEMPERATURE OF LIQUID (DEGREES RANKINE) = DEGREES FAHRENHEIT + 460 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
3. LOADING LOSS EMISSION FACTOR CALCULATION
LOADING LOSS EMISSION FACTOR =
12.46 x (Molecular Weight) x (True vapor pressure) x (Saturation) / (Temperature in Degrees Rankine)
LOADING LOSS EMISSION FACTOR
UNITS
lbs. per 1,000 gallons
NOTE
Enter the Control Efficiency (%) from Section 1 (above) into Section 5, Column 4 on Form 2.0.
Enter the Annual Throughput of Liquid from Section 1, expressed in thousands of gallons, into Section 3 on Form 2.0.
Enter the Loading Loss Emission Factor from Section 3 into the VOC box of Section 5, Column 2 on Form 2.0
Remember when calculating emissions, use a separate Form 2.0, Emission Unit Information , for each type of
liquid loaded in the tank during the year.
Use the same unit number but with the Source Classification Code that corresponds to the different liquid type.
MO 780-1625 (12-09)
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM
EMISSIONS INVENTORY QUESTIONNAIRE, OR EIQ
FORM 2.4 VOLATILE ORGANIC LIQUID LOADING WORKSHEET
Note: This form is used to calculate emissions from loading organic liquids into tank trucks, rail tank cars and barges.
FACILITY NAME
FIPS COUNTY NO.
PLANT NO.
YEAR OF DATA
1. LOADING INFORMATION
EMISSION UNIT NO.
SOURCE CLASSIFICATION CODE (SCC)
SEG. NO.
ANNUAL THROUGHPUT OF LIQUID (1,000 GALLONS)
CONTROL DEVICE TYPE
CONTROL EFFICIENCY (%)
TYPE OF LOADING (CHECK ONE)
2. CHEMICAL INFORMATION
BULK LIQUID TYPE
MOLECULAR WEIGHT OF MATERIAL LOADED [LB. / (LB./MOLE)]
TRUE VAPOR PRESSURE OF BULK LIQUID (PSIA)
SATURATION FACTOR
TEMPERATURE OF LIQUID (DEGREES RANKINE) = DEGREES FAHRENHEIT + 460 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
3. LOADING LOSS EMISSION FACTOR CALCULATION
LOADING LOSS EMISSION FACTOR =
12.46 x (Molecular Weight) x (True vapor pressure) x (Saturation) / (Temperature in Degrees Rankine)
LOADING LOSS EMISSION FACTOR
UNITS
lbs. per 1,000 gallons
NOTE
Enter the Control Efficiency (%) from Section 1 (above) into Section 5, Column 4 on Form 2.0.
Enter the Annual Throughput of Liquid from Section 1, expressed in thousands of gallons, into Section 3 on Form 2.0.
Enter the Loading Loss Emission Factor from Section 3 into the VOC box of Section 5, Column 2 on Form 2.0
Remember when calculating emissions, use a separate Form 2.0, Emission Unit Information , for each type of
liquid loaded in the tank during the year.
Use the same unit number but with the Source Classification Code that corresponds to the different liquid type.
MO 780-1625 (12-09)