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PC66 community contaminant prevention table 1

ID PC66_table1
Type Tables
Shared by Batya Metalitz

Equipment Types

Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx)

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Carbon Monoxide (CO)

Gaseous and Liquid-Fueled Stationary Engines – Emergency or Standby Power Uses

111ppm

301,2ppm

701ppm

Gaseous and Liquid-Fueled Stationary Engines –
Non-Emergency and Non-Standby Power Uses5

0.070 lbs/MW-hr3

0.10 lbs/MW-hr4

0.20 lbs/MW-hr3

Landfill and Digestor Gas-Fired Stationary Engines

bhp>500: ppm = 36 x ECF1,6

Landfill Gas: 401,2
Digestor Gas: 250 x ECF1,2,6

2,000 ppm1

Natural-Gas-Fired, Fan-Type Central Furnaces (heating only with input rate less than 175,000 BTUH, or heating and cooling with cooling rate of less than 65,000 BTUH)

40 nanograms (calculated as NO2) per joule of useful heat delivered to the heated space

 

 

Residential Type, Natural Gas-Fired Water Heaters

15 ppm7 or 10 nanograms (calculated as NO2) per joule of heat output

 

 

Boilers, Steam Generators, Water Heaters, and Process Heaters
(rated heat input capacity less than or equal to 400,000 BTU per hour)

55 ppm7 or 40 nanograms (calculated as NO2) per joule of heat output

 

 

Boilers, Steam Generators, Water Heaters and Process Heaters rated heat input capacity greater than 400,000 BTU per hour and less than or equal to 2,000,000 BTU per hour)

20 ppm7 or 40 nanograms (calculated as NO2) per joule of heat output

 

400 ppm

Boilers, Steam Generators, Water Heaters, and Process Heaters
(rated heat input capacity greater than 2,000,000 BTU per hour and less than 5,000,000 BTU per hour)

30 ppm7 or 0.037 pounds per million BTU of heat input

 

400 ppm7

Boilers, Steam Generators, Water Heaters, and Process Heaters
(rated heat input capacity greater than or equal to 5,000,000 BTU per hour)8,9

30 ppm7 or 0.036 pounds per million BTU of heat input

 

400 ppm7

Notes:

  1. Parts per million by volume, corrected to 15% oxygen on a dry basis and averaged over 15 minutes.
  2. Measured as carbon.
  3. The averaging time of the emission standards is 15 minutes.
  4. Mass emissions of VOC shall be calculated using a ratio of 16.04 pounds of VOC per lb-mole of carbon.
  5. Emissions limits shall be subject to adjustment for engines that produce combined heat and electrical power (see Rule 1110.2)
  6. ECF is the efficiency correction factor.
  7. Parts per million by volume, corrected to 3% oxygen on a dry basis.
  8. Capacity Factor greater than 25%.
  9. Units with a heat input capacity greater than 40 million BTU per hour and an annual heat input greater than 200 x 109 BTU per year shall have a continuous in-stack nitrogen oxides monitor or equivalent verification system in compliance with 40 CFR part 60 Appendix B Specification 2.

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