Instructions for EIQ Form 2.T, MO780-1448 "Hazardous Air Pollutant Worksheet" - Missouri

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EIQ Form 2.T Hazardous Air Pollutant Worksheet
Instructions for Form 780-1448
2/2009
Air Pollution Control Program fact sheet
This form should be completed to report the emissions of any Hazardous Air Pollutants, or
HAPs, as defined in 10 CSR 10-6, and listed at the end of these instructions. For emissions
reporting purposes, the listed HAPs are separated into Category 1 and Category 2 pollutants
and identified as Volatile Organic Compounds, also known as VOCs, or Particulate Matter of
less than 10 microns, or PM
.
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Category 1 and Category 2 HAPs have different emission unit level reporting thresholds.
Category 1 consists of a small set of the most hazardous or toxic chemicals that have an annual
emission unit reporting level of 20 pounds or more emitted per year. If a total of 20 pounds or
more of Category 1 HAPs are emitted from an emission unit, then all HAP emissions for that
emission unit must be reported on Form 2.T. All other HAP chemicals are in Category 2 with an
annual emission unit reporting level of 200 pounds or more emitted per year. If the total of all
Category 2 HAPs emitted at a unit exceeds 200 pounds or more, then all HAP emissions must
be reported for the unit on Form 2.T. Also remember, when reporting a HAP as PM
or VOC,
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the emissions are subject to HAP reporting thresholds.
Example: A facility emits 100 pounds of toluene, 100 pounds of xylene and 75 pounds of hexane
from emission unit EP01. All three HAP chemicals would be listed on Form 2.T. Even though
each air pollutant is lower than 200 pounds, the sum of the emissions for this unit exceeds the
threshold of 200 pounds.
Those HAPs that are VOC or PM
should be reported as VOC or PM
on Form 2.0 and on
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Form 2.T. For HAPs that are not VOC or PM
, use Form 2.T to generate a HAP emission factor
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and report these emissions on Form 2.0.
Note: Many of the HAPs for which emissions are to be reported should have already been
reported, either as a VOC or as PM
on a form 2.0. Do not count the amount of HAPs released
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more than once for the purposes of calculating the emissions fee.
Each row on Form 2.T should be used to report the required information for a single HAP at
a unit. If worksheets are not being used to calculate the emissions, documentation should be
provided to verify the emission figures. Include all emission unit numbers on documentation.
Complete the Facility Name, FIPS County Number, Plant Number and Year of Data fields at the
top of the form.
Emission Unit Number - This is the unique identification number for each specific process.
This identification must match the unit number entered on Form 1.1 Process Flow Diagram,
Form 1.2 Summary of Emission Units and Form 2.0 Emission Unit Information, and should be
consistent with the nomenclature on your construction permit.
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EIQ Form 2.T Hazardous Air Pollutant Worksheet
Instructions for Form 780-1448
2/2009
Air Pollution Control Program fact sheet
This form should be completed to report the emissions of any Hazardous Air Pollutants, or
HAPs, as defined in 10 CSR 10-6, and listed at the end of these instructions. For emissions
reporting purposes, the listed HAPs are separated into Category 1 and Category 2 pollutants
and identified as Volatile Organic Compounds, also known as VOCs, or Particulate Matter of
less than 10 microns, or PM
.
10
Category 1 and Category 2 HAPs have different emission unit level reporting thresholds.
Category 1 consists of a small set of the most hazardous or toxic chemicals that have an annual
emission unit reporting level of 20 pounds or more emitted per year. If a total of 20 pounds or
more of Category 1 HAPs are emitted from an emission unit, then all HAP emissions for that
emission unit must be reported on Form 2.T. All other HAP chemicals are in Category 2 with an
annual emission unit reporting level of 200 pounds or more emitted per year. If the total of all
Category 2 HAPs emitted at a unit exceeds 200 pounds or more, then all HAP emissions must
be reported for the unit on Form 2.T. Also remember, when reporting a HAP as PM
or VOC,
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the emissions are subject to HAP reporting thresholds.
Example: A facility emits 100 pounds of toluene, 100 pounds of xylene and 75 pounds of hexane
from emission unit EP01. All three HAP chemicals would be listed on Form 2.T. Even though
each air pollutant is lower than 200 pounds, the sum of the emissions for this unit exceeds the
threshold of 200 pounds.
Those HAPs that are VOC or PM
should be reported as VOC or PM
on Form 2.0 and on
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10
Form 2.T. For HAPs that are not VOC or PM
, use Form 2.T to generate a HAP emission factor
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and report these emissions on Form 2.0.
Note: Many of the HAPs for which emissions are to be reported should have already been
reported, either as a VOC or as PM
on a form 2.0. Do not count the amount of HAPs released
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more than once for the purposes of calculating the emissions fee.
Each row on Form 2.T should be used to report the required information for a single HAP at
a unit. If worksheets are not being used to calculate the emissions, documentation should be
provided to verify the emission figures. Include all emission unit numbers on documentation.
Complete the Facility Name, FIPS County Number, Plant Number and Year of Data fields at the
top of the form.
Emission Unit Number - This is the unique identification number for each specific process.
This identification must match the unit number entered on Form 1.1 Process Flow Diagram,
Form 1.2 Summary of Emission Units and Form 2.0 Emission Unit Information, and should be
consistent with the nomenclature on your construction permit.
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Source Classification Code - This is a required field. This eight-digit code identifies the type of
process/liquid associated with this emission unit. Source Classification Code, or SCCs, are
contained in AP-42 of the EPA’s Compilation of Air Pollution Emission Factors or the Factor
Information and Retrieval System. If you cannot locate a SCC specific for your process, use the
SCC most closely associated with your process.
Segment Number - This is a two-digit number assigned by the facility used to uniquely identify
processes associated with an emission unit. Generally, if an emission unit, i.e., EP01 has three
processes associated with it, then segment numbers 01, 02 and 03 will be assigned to those
processes. Once assigned, this number should remain constant from year to year. If there is a
change in the SCC used by the facility to identify a process, a new segment number will be
assigned to that process or SCC.
HAP Chemical
Choose the common chemical name or synonym for the chemical being reported from the drop
®
down menu on the Excel
worksheet or from the HAPs list below.
Chemical Abstract Service Registry Number
The Chemical Abstract Service Registry, or CAS, number is a unique number for each chemical
or group of chemicals. The corresponding CAS number will appear based on the HAP chemical
name chosen from the dropdown menu in column 1. If you are entering the chemical name on a
hard copy see the corresponding CAS number in the HAPs list below.
Amount Used or Handled (lbs/yr)
Enter the amount in pounds per year of the HAP chemical that was used or handled at this unit.
Uncontrolled Amount Emitted (lbs/yr)
Enter the amount of the HAP chemical actually emitted from the unit before control equipment
reductions are applied. Documentation needs to be provided if the uncontrolled amount emitted
(column 4) does not equal the amount used or handled (column 3). The uncontrolled amount
emitted in column 4 will be duplicated in either column 5 or 6, depending on the specific chemical
being addressed. See column 5 and 6 instructions for how to classify each chemical.
Uncontrolled Emissions Reported as VOC or PM
(lbs/yr)
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The list of chemicals that are considered HAPs, along with their category, and
information on whether they should be reported as a VOC, PM
or HAP, is available
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at
www.dnr.mo.gov/forms/haplist.pdf
If the HAP chemical appears on the list referenced above and has the word “YES” under either
VOC or PM
, copy the uncontrolled amount emitted from column 4 into column 5. These
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emissions should already be accounted for in the VOC or PM
emission factor in the emission
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calculation on Form 2.0. Chemicals that should not be reported as either VOC or PM
will be
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included in column 6.
Uncontrolled Emissions Reported as HAPs (lbs/yr)
Copy the uncontrolled amount emitted from column 4 into column 6 only if the chemical should
be reported as a HAP according to www.dnr.mo.gov/forms/haplist.pdf, and “NO” appears in
both the VOC and PM
columns for the chemical. If a chemical that is already included in the
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emissions paid for as VOC or PM
is included in the HAP column, double-payment of emission
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fees could occur. Column 6 and box 11 will assist in creating a HAP emission factor used to
calculate and pay for HAP emissions on Forms 2.0 and 3.0.
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HAP Control Devices
List the control device number that controls the listed HAP chemical. This number should
be the same as the Device Number reported on Form 2.0C (Examples: CD01, C-01, etc.).
Control Efficiency (percent)
If a control device is present, enter the overall control efficiency for each HAP chemical.
Enter as a percent: 13 percent is entered as 13.
Controlled Emissions Reported as VOC or PM
(lbs/yr)
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This is the actual amount in pounds emitted per year that is reported as a VOC or PM
.
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The value is calculated as:
Column 5 * (100 - column 8)/100).
Controlled Emissions Reported as HAPs (lbs/yr)
This is the actual amount in pounds emitted per year that is reported as a HAP. The value is
calculated as:
Column 6 * (100 - column 8)/100)
HAP Emission Factor
To calculate the HAP emission factor, divide the HAP emission total (column 6 total) by the
annual throughput from Form 2.0. The HAP emission factor should be entered in section 5
of Form 2.0 as the HAP uncontrolled emission factor.
Note: If you are reporting different control efficiencies for different HAPs on Form 2.T,
then the following formula should be used for Overall Control Efficiency on Form 2.0
(block 10 of Form 2.0):
100 x [1- (sum of actual emissions reported as HAPs on Form 2.T)
÷ (throughput x uncontrolled HAP emission factor)]
Section 112 Hazardous Air Pollutants
The HAPs are separated into two categories based on the toxicity of each chemical. Each
category has a different emission unit reporting level. If a facility emits more than the reporting
level for at least one HAP from a single emission unit then the amount used and emitted must be
reported on the Emission Inventory Questionnaire.
Emission reporting levels are:
Category 1 HAPs - 20 lbs/yr
or
Category 2 HAPs - 200 lbs/yr
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Category 1 Hazardous Air Pollutants
CAS No.
HAP
VOC
PM
TP15
Polycylic Organic Matter
Yes
No
20-01-9
Arsenic Compounds (Inorganic Including Arsine)
No
Yes
20-06-4
Chromium Compounds
No
Yes
20-11-1
Lead Compounds
No
Yes
20-13-3
Mercury Compounds (Alkyl and Aryl)
No
No
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20-13-3
Mercury Compounds(Inorganic)
No
No
20-14-4
Nickel Compounds
No
Yes
57-74-9
Chlordane
Yes
No
71-43-2
Benzene
Yes
No
72-43-5
Methoxychlor
Yes
No
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75-01-4
Vinyl Chloride
Yes
No
76-44-8
Heptachlor
Yes
No
92-87-5
Benzidine
Yes
No
106-99-0
Butadiene, [1,3-]
Yes
No
107-30-2
Chloromethyl Methyl Ether
Yes
No
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118-74-1
Hexachlorobenzene
Yes
No
542-88-1
Bis(Chloromethyl)Ether
Yes
No
1332-21-4
Asbestos
No
Yes
1336-36-3
PCB [Polychlorinated Biphenyls]
Yes
No
1582-09-8
Trifluralin
Yes
No
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1746-01-6
Tetrachlorodibenzo-P-Dioxin, [2,3,7,8-]
Yes
No
8001-35-2
Toxaphene
Yes
No
8007-45-2
Coke Oven Emissions
Yes
No
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Category 2 Hazardous Air Pollutants
CAS No.
HAP
VOC
PM
TP14
Mineral Fibers
No
Yes
TP16
Radionuclides (Including Radon)
No
Yes
20-00-8
Antimony Compounds
No
Yes
20-03-1
Beryllium Compounds
No
Yes
20-04-2
Cadmium Compounds
No
Yes
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20-07-5
Cobalt Compounds
No
Yes
20-09-7
Cyanide Compounds
Yes
No
20-10-0
Glycol Ethers
Yes
No
20-12-2
Manganese Compounds
No
Yes
20-16-6
Selenium Compounds
No
Yes
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50-00-0
Formaldehyde
Yes
No
51-28-5
Dinitrophenol, [2,4-]
Yes
No
51-79-6
Urethane [Ethyl Carbamate]
Yes
No
53-96-3
Acetylaminofluorene, [2-]
Yes
No
56-23-5
Carbon Tetrachloride
Yes
No
—————————————————————————————————————————
56-38-2
Parathion
Yes
No
57-14-7
Dimethyl Hydrazine, [1,1-]
Yes
No
57-57-8
Propiolactone, [Beta-]
Yes
No
58-89-9
Lindane [Gamma-Hexachlorocyclohexane]
Yes
No
59-89-2
Nitrosomorpholine, [N-]
Yes
No
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60-11-7
Dimethylaminoazobenzene, [4-]
Yes
No
60-34-4
Methyl Hydrazine
Yes
No
60-35-5
Acetamide
Yes
No
62-53-3
Aniline
Yes
No
62-73-7
Dichlorvos
Yes
No
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62-75-9
Nitrosodimethylamine, [N-]
Yes
No
63-25-2
Carbaryl
Yes
No
64-67-5
Diethyl Sulfate
Yes
No
67-56-1
Methanol
Yes
No
67-66-3
Chloroform
No
No
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67-72-1
Hexachloroethane
Yes
No
68-12-2
Dimethyl Formamide
Yes
No
71-55-6
Trichloroethane, [1,1,1-]
No
No
72-55-9
DDE
Yes
No
74-83-9
Bromomethane
Yes
No
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74-87-3
Methyl Chloride
Yes
No
74-88-4
Methyl Iodide
Yes
No
75-00-3
Ethyl Chloride
Yes
No
75-05-8
Acetonitrile
Yes
No
75-07-0
Acetaldehyde
Yes
No
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