BEST AVAILABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY DETERMINATION DATA SUBMITTED TO THE
CALIFORNIA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION BACT CLEARINGHOUSE

Equipment or Process: Gas Turbines, <= 23 MMBtu/hr heat input Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Less than 23 MMBtu/hr heat input Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Genxon Power Systems LLC

1550 KW natural gas-fired Kawasaki MIA-13A combustion gas turbine equipped with a gearbox connected to a 1500 KW generator.
7/7/98

(A/C no. 18547)

A330-878-99

District Contact:
Greg Solomon
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4715
gsolomonm@baaqmd.gov
Catalytica Combustion Systems, Inc Xonon catalytic combustor

10 ppmvd @ 15% O2, average over 3 hours
Catalytica Combustion Systems, Inc Xonon catalytic combustor

5 ppmvd @ 15% O2, average over 3 hours
  Catalytica Combustion Systems, Inc Xonon catalytic combustor

5 ppmvd @ 15% O2, average over 3 hours
 
Tempo Plastics

Replacement of 7.8 MMBtu/hr with a 9 MMBtu/hr Allied Signal Engine model no. IE831-1000 industrial gas turbine fired on natural gas and pentane emissions from Tempo's manufacturing process
12/31/96

(A/C no. S-995-5-0)

A330-764-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Low-NOx combuster

0.109 lbm/MMBtu
24.8 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 31 ppmvd at 15% oxygen)
    Lube oil vent coalescer

0.012 lbm/MMBtu from exhaust
5% opacity from lube oil vents
Cogeneration Resources, Inc.

Five 1.3 MW dual fuel-fired Kongsberg gas turbine cogeneration units fired on either natural gas or crude oil
11/25/89

(A/C no. 4181001 thru 4181005)

A330-364-90

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Selective catalytic reduction

0.07 lbm/MMBtu
92% control
193.9 lbm/day
     
Cogeneration Resources, Inc.

Five 1.3 MW dual fuel gas turbine generators fired on natural gas or crude oil (cogeneration)
11/25/87

(A/C nos. 4181001 thru 4181005)

A330-256-87

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  0.07 lbm/MMBtu on crude oil
1.62 lbm/hr on gas or crude oil
     
American Cogeneration Corp.

Six 23 MMBtu/hr each Kongsberg KG 2 recuperated gas turbine cogeneration units with added gas firing capability adn substituted NOx control equipment.
9/12/85

(A/C # 4147002A thru 4147007A)

A330-088-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Johnson Matthey Co. selective catalytic reduction w/o water injection

10 ppmvd @ 15% O2 (natural gas)
90 ppmvd @ 15% O2 (fuel oil)
     
Getty Oil Company

Six 3.5 MW topping cycle, natural gas-fired, gas turbine engine topping cycle generators
3/29/85

(A/C # 4003578-583

A310-070-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD
(805) 861-3682  
No control

1.65 lbm/hr
Water injection @ 0.8 lbm H2O per lbm fuel

7.6 lbm/hr each
195 ppmvd @ 15% O2
  No control

4.49 lbm/hr
 
American Cogeneration Company

5-1.3 MW crude oil fired gas turbine cogenerators w/scr
12/28/84

(A/C # 4147008-012)

A330-062-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Johnson Matthey Inc. selective catalytic reduction w/ammonia as a reducing agent

0.07 lb/MMBtu
     
Getty Oil - Lost Hills Cogeneration

5000 hp Renske gas turbine followed by waste heat recovery steam generator for TEOR operation
5/9/84(A/C # 4003571-573)

A330-40-84

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(559) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
  Water injection of 0.8:1 water to fuel gas (by weight) ratio

7.6 lb/hr
     
University Cogeneration LTD - 1983

8563 KW Solar Mars natural gas-fired turbine with water injection and waste heat unfired boiler
3/21/84

(A/C # 4133001)

A330-036-84

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Water injection, 0.9/1.0 w/f

714 lb/day
     
Crown-Zellerbach Cogeneration

32 MW gas turbine generator (has a duct fired steam generator)
3/1/82

(A/C # 28179)

A330-002-82

District Contact:
Doug Wolf
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Steam/water injection and lo-NOx burners

No limit
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 89.1 Gas Turbines, <= 23 MMBtu/hr heat input

BEST AVAILABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY DETERMINATION DATA SUBMITTED TO THE
CALIFORNIA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION BACT CLEARINGHOUSE

Equipment or Process: Gas Turbines, > 23 MMBtu/hr heat input Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Greater than or equal to 23 MMBtu/hr heat input Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
La Paloma Generating Co. LLC

Four 262 MW ABB model GT-24 combine cycle natural gas-fired turbines use for electric generation without supplemental firing; units are capable of steam augmentation.
5/26/99

(A/C # S-3412-1-1 thru 4-1; 98-AFC-2)

A310-974-00

District Contact:
Leonard Scandura
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(661) 326-6900  
No control
31.4 lbs/hr
10 ppmvd @ 15% O2 as propane
Dry low-NOx combustors and selective catalytic reduction

17.3 lbs/hr
2.5 ppmvd @ 15% O2
Low-sulfur fuel and fuel sulfur content limited to 0.75 gr/100 scf

3.73 lbs/hr
412.8 lbs/day
Oxidation catalyst

31.4 lbs/hr
10 ppmvd @ 15% O2 <= 221 MW
6 ppmvd @ 15% O2 >221 MW
Low-sulfur fuel (natural gas with total sulfur fuel limit of 0.75 gr/100 scf)

17.2 lbs/hr

412.8 lbs/day
Turlock Irrigation District

417 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM-5000 natural-gas-fired STIG gas turbine engine serving a 49 MW electrical generator
8/12/94

(A/C No.: N-3299-2-0)

A330-960-00

District Contact:

George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
Oxidization catalyst

0.00043% by weight VOC
Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction system

3.0 ppmvd @ 15% O2 with 25 ppmvd @ 15 O2 ammonia slip
  Oxidization catalyst

11.8 ppmvd @15% O2
 
Sutter Power Plant

Two combine-cycle 1900 MMBtu/hr, gas-fired Westinghouse 501F gas turbines each nominally rated at 170 MW with 170 MMBtu/hr heat recovery steam generators driving a common 160 MW steam turbine
4/14/99

(Application no. 13005A and Application for Certification no. 97-AFC-2)

A330-882-99

District Contact:
Manny Ruiz
Feather River AQMD
(916) 634-7660
mruiz@yuba1.yubacoe.k12ca.us
Good combustion practice and an oxidation catalyst

1 ppmvd @ 15% O2 on a calender day average
Dry low-NOx combustors and selective catalytic reductiion, plus low-NOx duct burners,

2.5 ppmvd @ 15% O2 over 1 hour
PUC natural gas assuming 0.7 gr/100 scf

1 ppmvd @ 15% O2 on a calender day average
Oxidation catalyst

4 ppmvd @ 15% O2 on a calculated day average
PUC natural gas assuming 0.7 gr/100 scf

11.5 lb/hr per unit averaged over the calender day
Federal Cold Storage Cogeneration

222 MMBtu/hr General Electric model LM2500-M-2 combined-cycle gas turbine producing 32 MWe (cogeneration)
n.d.

(Reclaim Application no. 55711)

A330-877-99

District Contact:
Anthony Oshinuga
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2599
aoshinuga@aqmd.gov
  Water injection and SCONOx catalyst

2.0 ppmvd at 15% oxygen achieved for 6 months from 6/97 to 12/97 with 15 minute CEM averaging periods; EPA Region IX has deemed 2.0 ppmvd at 15% oxygen with 3 hour averaging as achieved in practice
     
Bear Mountian Limited

454 MMBtu/hr GTE cogeneration system, including Stewart and Stevens General Electric LM5000 gas turbine generator set with heat recovery steam generator and inlet absorption chiller and heat exchanger rated at 48 MW
8/19/94

(A/C no. S-2049-1-2)

A330-862-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Oxidation catalyst

0.6 ppmvd @ 15% O2
1.04 lb/hr
Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

3.75 ppmvd @ 15% O2
143.7 lb/day (but 3.6 ppmvd @ 15% O2 accepted as a limit)
  Oxidation catalyst

252.6 lb/day
10 ppmvd @ 15 % O2
 
Crockett Cogeneration (C&H Sugar)

1780 MMBtu/hr G E model PG7221(FA), i.e., Frame 7FA, with heat recovery steam generator having low NOx duct burners with a total rated capacity of 349 MMBtu/hr producing 240 MW (combined cycle and cogeneration).
10/5/93

(A/C no. S-201)

A330-859-98

District Contact:
Carol Allen
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4702  
Engelhard oxidation catalyst

352.6 lbm/day
(Approximately 50% control)
Dry low-NOx combusters and a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America selective catalytic reduction

5 ppmvd @ 15% O2
  Engelhard oxidation catalyst

5.9 ppmvd @ 15% O2
(Approximately 90% control)
 
SEPCO

920 MMBtu/hr combined cycle natural gas-fired General Electric Frame 7EA gas turbine-generator set with a supplemental firing capacity of 362.1 MMBtu/hr and producing 82 MW
10/5/94

(A/C no. 10883)

A330-855-98

District Contact:
Brian Krebs
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6628  
Oxidation catalyst

3.70 lbm/hr
(Assumed 5% destruction efficiency)
Dry low NOx combustion and selective catalytic reduction

5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
9.90 lbm/hr
(Applicant proposed 2.6 ppmvd at 15% oxygen to lower offset liability)
     
Carson Energy Group and Central Valley Financing

450 MMBtu/hr simple-cycle General Electric LM6000 gas turbine-generator set producing 42 MW. Unit can be fired on natural gas or cofired with digester gas and natural gas.
7/23/93

(A/C no. 11013)

A330-854-98

District Contact:
Brian Krebs
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6628  
Oxidation catalyst

2.46 lbm/hr
(Assumed 10% destruction efficiency)

Source Test Results:
1.08 lbm/hr as methane
Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
7.33 lbm/hr

Source Test Results:
4.72 ppmvd at 15% O2
     
Carson Energy

450 MMBtu/hr combined-cycle General Electric LM6000 gas turbine-generator set with a supplemental firing capacity of 99.8 MMBtu/hr and producing 42 MW. Unit can be fired on natural gas or cofired with digester gas and natural gas.
7/23/93

(A/C no. 11012)

A330-853-98

District Contact:
Brian Krebs
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6628  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
7.33 lbm/hr

Source Test Results:
4 ppmvd @ 15% O2
     
Sacramento Power Authority (Campbell Soup)

1257 MMBtu/hr combined-cycle natural gas-fired Siemens V84.2 gas turbine-generator with water injection for power augmentation and 200 MMBtu/hr of supplemental firing capacity and producing 103 MW
8/19/94

(A/C no. 11456)

A330-852-98

District Contact:
Brian Krebs
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6628  
Oxidation catalyst

3.21 lbm/hrr
(Assumed 5% destruction efficiency)
Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

3 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
13.33 lbm/hr
     
Sacramento Cogeneration Authority (Proctor and Gamble)

421.4 MMBtu/hr combined-cycle natural gas-fired General Electric LM6000 gas turbine-generator wiith supplemental firing capacity of 75.4 MMBtu/hr producing 42 MW
8/19/94

(A/C no. 11435)

A330-851-98

District Contact:
Brian Krebs
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6628  
Oxidation catalyst

1.1 lbm/hrr
(Assumed 10% destruction efficiency)
Dry low NOx combustion and selective catalytic reduction

5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
7.7 lbm/hr
     
Sacramento Cogeneration Authority (Proctor and Gamble)

421.4 MMBtu/hr combined-cycle natural gas-fired General Electric LM6000 gas turbine-generator wiith supplemental firing capacity of 75.4 MMBtu/hr producing 42 MW
8/19/94

(A/C no. 11434)

A330-850-98

District Contact:
Brian Krebs
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6628  
Oxidation catalyst

1.1 lbm/hrr
(Assumed 10% destruction efficiency)
Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
7.7 lbm/hr
     
Sacramento Cogeneration Authority (Proctor and Gamble)

421.4 MMBtu/hr simple-cycle natural gas-fired General Electric LM6000 gas turbine-generator producing 42 MW
8/19/94

(A/C no. 11436)

A330-849-98

District Contact:
Brian Krebs
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6628  
Oxidation catalyst

1.1 lbm/hr
(Assumed 10% destruction efficiency)
Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
7.7 lbm/hr
     
Southern California Gas Company

50.1 MMBtu/hr variable load natural gas-fired turbine
5/14/97

(A/C no. S-1792-5-3)

A330-791-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Dry low NOx combustor

25 ppmvd NOx @ 15% O2
     
Northern California Power Agency

325 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired GE Frame 5 gas turbine powering a 25.24 MW electrical generator used as a black generating unit start peak load electrical generating unit with fuel no. 2 backup fuel
10/2/97

(A/C no. N-583-1-2)

A330-785-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Natural gas firing

18 ppmvd @ 15% O2
Water injection

42 ppmvd @ 15% O2
    Natural gas, air intake cooler, venting the lube oil vent into the exhaust stream of the turbine for oxidation of the smoke.

4.3 lbm/day
UNOCAL

606.2 MMBtu/hr Westinghouse model CW251B10 gas turbine
7/18/89

(App. nos. 168294 and 168295)

A330-612-94

District Contact:
Ngoc Tran
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2606
ntran@aqmd.gov
  Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries selective catalytic reduction and water injection

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
  Engelhard CO oxidation catalyst

10 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
 
Arroyo Energy
L.P., ICEFLOE
Escondido, CA

386 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM6000 combustion turbine fired on natural gas and producing
42.4 MWe (cogeneration)
11/3/92

(App. no. 911504)

A330-567-93

District Contact:
Bob Batten
San Diego Co. APCD
(619) 694-3316  
  Water injection, selective catalytic reduction, and automatic ammonia injection control

5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
Southern California Gas
Wheeler Ridge Gas

Solar model H 47.64 MMBtu/hr gas turbine fired on natural gas driving two Solar model C3042 two-stage centrifugal gas compressors
10/29/91

(A/C no. 2046009 thru 2046011)

A330-499-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(Kern Zone)
(805) 862-5200  
  High temperature selective catalytic reduction with Norton zeolite catalyst (no steam or water injection)

5 ppmvd at steady state conditions
and
8 ppmvd at non-steady state conditions
     
Granite Road Limited

460.9 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM-5000 gas turbine producing 34.5 MW (cogeneration)
9/28/89

(A/C no. 4216001)

A330-478-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

3.5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
(Equivalent to 97% control efficiency and 0.013 lbm/MMBtu)
     
Kingsburg Energy Systems

252 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM-2500 gas turbine with 110 MMBtu/hr gas-fired duct burner and heat recovery boiler producing 30,000 lbm steam per hour and 34.5 MW; turbine is gas fired with 0.03% S fuel oil no. 2 as backup
9/28/89

(A/C no. 3040230101)

A330-473-91

District Contact:
Martin Keast
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-6000  
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

6 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
6.2 lbm/hr
     
Sargent Canyon Cogeneration Co.

471.2 MMBtu/hr gas-fired General Electric Frame 6 gas turbine with Nooter Erickson heat recovery steam generator producing 220,000 lbm steam/hr and 42.5 MWe (cogeneration)
11/19/90

(A/C no. 5666A)

A330-444-90

District Contact:
Gregory Chee
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  General Electric dry low-NOx combustion system and selective catalytic reduction

6 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
240 lbm/day
     
Salinas River Cogeneration Company

479.6 MMBtu/hr gas-fired General Electric Frame 6 gas turbine with Nooter Erickson heat recovery steam generator producing 220,000 lbm steam/hr and 43.2 MWe (cogeneration)
11/19/90

(A/C no. 5142A)

A330-443-90

District Contact:
Gregory Chee
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  General Electric dry low-NOx combustion system and selective catalytic reduction

6 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
240 lbm/day
     
City of Anaheim

442 MMBtu/hr General Electric PGLM5000 gas turbine fired on natural gas with 47 MWe capacity and limited to 7 hrs/day of operation (cogeneration)
9/15/89

(App. no. 188875)

A330-382-90

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

7.6 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
90 lbm/day
     
Badger Creek Ltd.

457.8 MMBtu/hr Stewart and Stevenson General Electric LM-5000 gas turbine cogeneration unit fired on natural gas producing 48.5 MW electricity and 135,000 lbm/hr steam
10/30/89

(A/C no. 4192001A)

A330-359-90

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

3.75 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
0.0135 lbm/MMBtu
147.86 lbm/day
     
O'Brien Calif. Cogen. II

LM-5000-STIG-120 General Electric gas turbine fired on natural gas with gas-fired 80 MMBtu/hr John Zink low-NOx burner producing 49.5 MW of electricity (cogeneration)
1/4/90

(A/C no. 4586)

A330-350-90

District Contact:
David Craft
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Steam injection and Hitachi dry-type selective catalytic reduction

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
350.4 lbm/day
     
Mobil E & P U.S. Inc.

Three 61.5 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Solar Centaur Model T-4500 gas turbines with 38.7 MMBtu/hr duct burner producing 3.2 MW gross each (cogeneration)
9/5/89

(A/C no. 4011503 thru 4011505)

A330-343-89

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

2.083 lbm/hr per unit
PUC quality natural gas

0.010 lbm/hr per unit
  PUC quality natural gas

0.960 lbm/hr per unit
Exxon Co. USA
SYU Expansion Project

463 MMBtu/hr gas-fired General Electric PG5361(P) gas turbine with 345 MMBtu/hr gas-fired heat recovery steam generator (cogeneration with 49 MW capacity)
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A330-308-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD

(805) 961-8800  
Use of pipeline-quality gas;
proper combustor operation

3.3 lbm/hr
Steam injection on turbine, low-NOx burner on duct burner, and selective catalytic reduction on both

27 ppmv at 3% oxygen
16.3 lbm/hr
18.6 tons/quarter
(Equivalent level of 0.031 lbm/MMBtu)
Use of pipeline-quality gas with sulfur content less than 24 ppmvd

2.0 lbm/hr
Proper combustor operation

17 lbm/hr
Use of pipeline-quality gas;
proper combustor operation

8.6 lbm/hr
Mojave Cogeneration Co.

490 MMBtu/hr Westinghouse model CW 251 B-10 gas turbine fired on natural gas or fuel oil no. 2 producing 45 MWe (cogeneration)
1/12/89

(A/C no. 0164001)

A330-303-88

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern County APCD
(805) 861-2593  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

15 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to 8.33 ppmvd at 15% oxygen or 0.031 lbm/ MMBtu)
Natural gas or 0.05% fuel oil sulfur content by wt.

Gas firing: 0.58 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to 0.136 ppmvd at 15% oxygen)

Oil firing:
25.22 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to 0.051 lbm/MMBtu)
  Natural gas or 0.05% fuel oil sulfur content by wt.

Gas firing:
0.002 gr/dscf
(Equivalent to 0.017 lbm/MMBtu)

Oil firing:
0.005 gr/dscf
(Equivalent to 0.0357 lbm/MMBtu)
Mobil Oil-San Ardo

Two 81.4 MMBtu/hr Solar gas turbines each with 34.78 MMBtu/hr duct burners fired on nat. gas producing 58,000 lbm/hr steam and 3.1 MWe each (cogeneration)
9/27/88

(A/C no. 4335 and 4471)

A330-302-88

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Water injection & Steuler zeolite honeycomb molecular sieve type catalyst (selective catalytic reduction)

15 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
(Equivalent to 0.047 lbm/MMBtu)
     
Texaco-Yokum Cogeneration Project

Two 248.6 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM-2500 gas turbines producing 24.5 MWe each (cogeneration)
11/1/88

(A/C no. 3916 and 3917)

A330-301-88

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Not selected at time of A/C issuance

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
(Equivalent to 0.031 lbm/MMBtu)
  Not selected at time of A/C issuance

10 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
(Equivalent to 0.022 lbm/MMBtu)
 
Mobil E & P U.S. Inc.

46 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Solar T-4500 turbine with 34.8 MMBtu/hr duct burner producing 3.11 MW (cogeneration)
9/27/88

(A/C no. 4335)

A330-298-88

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

0.047 lbm/MMBtu
3.8 lbm/hr
     
SMUD/Campbell Soup

600 MMBtu/hr gas-fired General Electric Frame 7 turbine with heat recovery steam generator producing 80 MWe (cogeneration)
8/9/88

(A/C no. 8585 and 8586)

A330-296-88

District Contact:
Bruce Nixon
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 386-6650  
  Steam or water injection

25 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
Monarch Cogeneration

92.2 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Solar turbine model no. GSC 12000 Mars with a heat recovery steam generator producing 8.2 MW and 40,000 lbm steam/hr (cogeneration)
4/18/86

(A/C no. 4164004 and 4164005)

A330-292-88 and A330-293-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Selective catalytic reduction

22 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
8.02 lbm/hr
     
Chevron USA, Inc.

Two 531 MMBtu/hr Brown Boveri Type 8 gas turbines with 250 MMBtu/hr duct burners producing 99 MW total (cogeneration)
9/4/87

(A/C no. 30331)

A330-277-88

District Contact:
Ellen Linder
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

10 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
Simpson Paper Co.

General Electric LM5000 gas turbine cogeneration unit producing 49.5 MWe of electricity fired on natural gas with an input capacity of 420,000 scf/hr
6/22/87

(A/C no. 86-40)

A330-263-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

6 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
233 lbm/day
  Combustion controls

55 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
1302 lbm/day
 
San Joaquin Cogeneration Ltd.

General Electric LM5000 gas turbine cogeneration unit producing 48.6e MW of electricity fired on natural gas with a rated input of 434000 scf/hr
6/19/87

(A/C no. 86-123)

A330-262-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

6 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
(Estimated emissions level of 238 lbm/day)
  Combustion control

55 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
(Estimated emissions level of 1326 lbm/day)
 
Combined Energy Resources

268.5 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM2500 gas turbine cogeneration unit producing 25.94 MW of electricity (revision to record A330-172-87)
2/26/88

(App. no. 156328)

A330-261-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

199 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 0.03 lbm/MMBtu)
     
Basic American Foods Energy American I

887.2 MMBtu/hr General Electric Frame 7 gas turbine producing 85.5 MW with a 36.4 MW steam turbine; unit will fire natural gas or FO no. 2 (cogeneration with combined cycle)
7/8/87
(CEC docket
no. 85-AFC-5)

A330-258-88

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Steam injection and SCR

Gas-firing: 0.034 lbm/MMBtu 9 ppmvd @ 15% O2
(15 ppmvd @ 15% O2 determined to be BACT by the district)

Oil-firing: 0.054 lbm/MMBtu 15 ppmvd @ 15% O2
(23 ppmvd at 15% O2 determined to be BACT by the distr
0.05% sulfur content maximum when firing on standby fuel oil no. 2

No limit
(Estimated emission level of 1160 lbm/day)
   
AES Placerita Cogeneration

530 MMBtu/hr Brown Boveri Type 8 gas turbine with heat recovery boiler (cogeneration producing 43.8 MW)
7/2/87

(App. no. 153018 and 153052)

A330-254-87 and A330-253-87

District Contact:
Mark Liu
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2538
mliu@aqmd.gov
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
Power Development Company

49 MMBtu/hr Allison 501K85 gas turbine producing 3.7 MW (cogeneration)
6/22/87

(App. nos. 152305 and 152289)

A330-230-87

District Contact:
Mark Liu
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2538
mliu@aqmd.gov
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
AES Placerita Cogeneration

519 MMBtu/hr Brown Boveri
Type 8 501K85 gas turbine (cogeneration)
3/10/86

(App. nos. 125116, 125117, 128014, and 130270)

A330-210-87

District Contact:
Mark Liu
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2538
mliu@aqmd.gov
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

7 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
Calif. Institute of Technology

60 MMBtu/hr Dresser Clark Model DC-990 gas turbine-generator set (cogeneration)
1/20/87

(App. nos. 124694 and 149142)

A330-183-87

District Contact:
Mark Liu
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2538
mliu@aqmd.gov
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
Combined Energy Resources

277.3 MMBtu/hr Rolls Royce RB-211 gas turbine with Coen duct burner producing 27.5 MW (cogeneration)
3/3/87

(A/C no. 4167001)

A330-172-87

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Oxidizing catalyst

44% control
7.95 lbm/hr
Water injection at 1.28:1 water-to-fuel for turbine; low-NOx burner for duct burner; selective catalytic reduction for both

199 lbm/day
     
City of Santa Clara

29.4 MW General Electric Frame 5 gas turbine (simple-cycle peaking unit)
1/5/87

(A/C no. 31527)

A330-166-87

District Contact:
Ellen Linder
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Water injection

42 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
O'Brien Energy Systems

359.5 MMBtu/hr Ishikawajima Harima IHI IM5000 gas turbine with duct burner producing 34 MWe (cogeneration)
12/30/86

(A/C no. 3627)

A330-163-87

District Contact:
David Craft
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

15 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
SCPI N. Midway

46.7 MMBtu/hr Allison 501KB gas-fired turbine producing 4MW (cogeneration)
12/24/86

(A/C no. 4013603A)

A330-162-87)

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
    Natural gas fuel with less than 1 gr S/100 cf

0.1 lbm/hr
(equivalent to 0.002 lbm/MMBtu)
  Natural gas fuel

0.69 lbm/hr
(equivalent to 0.015 lbm/MMBtu)
California Dept. of Corrections

Two 38.5 MMBtu/hr CSC-4500 gas turbines fired on natural gas or no. 2 fuel oil and 7.26 MMBtu/hr duct burner producing 5.1 MWe (cogeneration)
12/8/86

(A/C no. 8703)

A330-159-86

District Contact:
George Heinen
Kings Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-5909  
  Water injection at 1 lbm water to 1 lbm fuel

38 ppmv at 15% oxygen while firing on gas
     
Kern Front Limited.

25 MW General Electric LM2500 gas turbine engine cogeneration system injection at maximum heat input rate of 250 MMBtu/hr
11/4/86

(A/C S-1120-1-7)

A330-157-86

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Oxidation catalyst
3.12 lb/hr
74.84 lb/day
Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

96.96 lb/day
4.5 ppmvd @ 15% O2
  Oxidation catalyst
669.19 lb/day
51 ppmvd @ 15% O2
 
Double "C" Ltd.

Two 253 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM2500 gas turbines producing 25 MW (cogeneration)
11/4/86

(A/C nos. 4165001, 4165002)

A330-156-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

0.0162 lbm/ MMBtu (equivalent to 4.5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen or 95.8% control)
     
Sierra Ltd.

Two 250.3 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM2500 gas turbines producing 49.9 MW (cogeneration)
8/7/86

(A/C nos. 4162001, 4162002)

A330-146-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Steam injection and selective catalytic reduction

4.5 ppmvd at 15% oxygen (95.86% control)
     
Western Power Systems, Inc.

General Electric LM2500 gas turbine producing 26.5 MW (cogeneration)
3/15/86

(A/C no. 3060080101)

A330-139-86

District Contact:
Simeon Bugay
Fresno Co. APCD
(209) 445-3239  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
Chevron-Gaviota

Six 47.2 MMBtu/hr Allison 501KB gas turbines each with 55.3 MMBtu/hr duct burners with common exhaust manifold; each turbine produces 17.5 MWe (cogeneration)
2/6/86

(A/C no. 5704)

A330-125-86

District Contact:
Bill Master
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Pipeline quality gas as fuel

2.14 lbm/hr total
Water injection for turbine, low-NOx burner for duct burner, selective catalytic reduction for both

19 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
Pipeline quality gas as fuel, 4 ppm H2S maximum

0.38 lbm/hr total
Pipeline quality gas as fuel

32.3 lbm/hr total
Pipeline quality gas as fuel

4.94 lbm/hr total
Southeast Energy, Inc.

GEC Rolls-Royce SK30 gas turbine with duct burner producing
49.9 MWe (cogeneration)
4/18/86

(A/C no 3094001)

A330-120-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Steam injection for turbine, low-NOx burner for duct burner, selective catalytic reduction for both

0.023 lbm/MMBtu
8.29 lbm/hr
     
Moran Power, Inc.

GEC Rolls-Royce SK30 gas turbine with duct burner producing
49.9 MWe (cogeneration)
4/18/86

(A/C no. 3095001)

A330-119-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Steam injection for turbine, low-NOx burner for duct burner, selective catalytic reduction for both

0.023 lbm/MMBtu
8.29 lbm/hr
     
Kern Energy Corp.

GEC Rolls-Royce SK30 gas turbine with duct burner producing
49.9 MWe (cogeneration)
4/18/86

(A/C no. 3093001)

A330-118-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Steam injection for turbine, low-NOx burner for duct burner, selective catalytic reduction for both

0.023 lbm/MMBtu
8.29 lbm/hr
     
Union Cogeneration

Three Westinghouse C191 gas turbines each with 175 MMBtu/hr duct burners and producing 16.5 MWe per turbine
1/17/86

(A/C no. 30810)

A330-114-86

District Contact:
Steve Hill
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Oxidation catalyst

8 lbm/hr
(equal to 7%)
Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

25 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
  Oxidation catalyst

39 lbm/hr
(equal to 80%)
 
OLS Energy-Camarillo

256 MMBtu/hr General Electric LM-2500 gas turbine producing 24.7 MWe (cogeneration)
1/30/86

(A/C no. 1267-2)

A330-106-86

District Contact:
Keith Duval
Ventura Co. APCD
(805) 654-2045
Kerby@vcapcd.org
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
University Cogeneration

General Electric Frame 6 gas turbine with duct burner 38.7 MWe
12/6/85

(A/C no. 4133002)

A330-101-85

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern County APCD
(Now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Water injection with a ratio of 0.9 lbm water: 1 lbm fuel and selective catalytic reduction

8.29 lbm/hr
     
Energy Reserve Inc.

322.5 MMBtu/hr AEG Kams gas-fired turbine for topping cycle cogeneration
10/04/85

(A/C # 4121002

A330-96-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Met-Pro Company selective catalytic reduction and water injection

0.024 lbm/MMBtu
     
Shell California Production Inc.

General Electric Model LM 2500-PE gas-fired turbine generator
10/4/85

(A/C # 4012175

A330-94-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  No Control

2.66 lbm/hr
10 ppmv @ 15% O2
    Natural gas-fired only

3.92 lbm/hr
American Cogen Technology

Two 220.4 MMBtu/hr GE LM-2500-33 gas turbines, unfired waste heat recovery boiler and one steam tubrine
9/16/85

(A/C # 3204 and 3277

A330-89-85

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(831) 647-9411  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

17 ppmvd @ 15% O2
15.4 lb/hr
  Combination of CO catalyst and process modification

550 lb/day two units combined
 
Witco Chemical Corp.

363.5 MMBtu/hr GE LM-2500 cogenration gas turbine
9/12/85

(A/C # 2026051B

A330-87-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
Good combustion practice and burner design

3.41 lbm/1000 gal
21.9 lbm/MMscf
       
Chevron U.S.A

7-2.7 MW gas-fired Solar Centuar T-4001 gas trubine engines with water injection and fired heat recovery steam generators
7/22/85

(A/C # 4008823-829)

A330-86-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson

San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
      No control

1176 lbm/day

0.0955 lbm/MMBtu
 
Sunlaw/USG II-Vernon

412.3 MMBtu/hr GE Frame 6 natural gas-fire, gas turbine cogeneration
6/25/85

(App. No.: 120625

A330-85-85

District Contact:
Bob Pease
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2000
bpease@aqmd.gov
  Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Johnson Matthey selective catalytic reduction adn steam injection

9 ppmvd @ 15% O2
Fuel sulfur content for operation on distillate fuel oil no. 2

0.05% sulfur content
General Electric manufacturers ganrantee con CO emissions

10 ppmvd @ 15% O2
 
Sunlaw/Industries Park 2 (Santa Fe Springs)

412,300,000 Btu/hr natural gas-fire GE Frame 6 gas turbine cogeneration
6/28/85

(App. No.: 120624)

A330-084-85

District Contact:
Bob Pease
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2000
bpease@aqmd.gov
  Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Johnson Matthey selective catalytic reduction adn steam injection

9 ppmvd @ 15% O2
Fuel sulfur content for operation on distillate fuel oil no. 2

0.05% sulfur content
General Electric manufacturers ganrantee con CO emissions

10 ppmvd @ 15% O2
 
Willamette Industries

230 MMBtu/hr GE LM-2500-33 gas turbine cogeneration
4/26/85

(A/C # 0157-2

A330-076-85

District Contact:
Keith Duval
Ventura County APCD
(805) 645-1440  
  Water or steam injection w/selective catalytic reduction//General Electric water, steam injection

15 ppmvd @ 15% O2
     
Northern California Power Authority

Two 25.8 MW each GE Frame 5 model PG-5361 combustion turbine/generator sets
4/1/85

(A/C # 85-02)

A330-075-85

District Contact:
Philllip Towle
Mendocino County AQMD
(707) 463-4354  
  Demineralized water injection

42 ppm @ 15% O2 (natural gas)
65 ppm @ 15% O2 (oil)
     
Northern California Power Authority

Two 25.8 MW (at peak-load) GE Frame 5, dual-fuel gas turbines power plant
9/5/84

(A/C # A/C-84-06)

A330-065-85

District Contact:
Kenneth Selover
Placer County APCD
(503) 889-7130  
  Water injection

42 ppmvd @ 15% O2 (natural gas)
62 ppmvd @ 15% O2 (fuel oil)
Fuel-oil sulfur content limit:

0.25% sulfur by wt.
   
Frito-Lay Cogeneration

53 MMBtu/hr Allison/Coen gas-fired turbine engine with dual fuel-fired 40 MMBtu/hr duct burner serving boiler
11/9/84

(A/C # 3082014)

A330-054-84

District Contact:

Tom Paxon

San Joaquin Valley APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Allison/Coen water/steam injection

13.7 lbm/hr turbine and duct burner
Low sulfur fuel (natural gas) with 0.25% S fuel oil as standby for duct burner only during N.G. curtailment

0.03 lbm/hr (turbine)
10.1 lbm/hr (duct burner(oil))
  Complete combustion with low sulfur fuels, gaseous fuel except during curtailment

0.83 lbm/hr
IBM Cogeneration Project

49 MW United Technology Twin Pack gas trubine and 14.4 MW steam trubine generator system
12/21/84

(A/C # 30066)

A330-052-84

District Contact:
Victor Reyes
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 711-6000  
  Water injection and selective catalytic reduction

25 ppm @ 15% O2
  Johnson Matthey CO catalyst

550 lb/day
 
Simpson Cogeneration - Pomona

32.25 MW GE LM 5000 turbine-generator set (3.08 MMBtu/hr input with gas-fired heat recovery boiler)
1/6/84

(A/C # C-42507)

A330-39-84

District Contact:
Brain Yeh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2000  
  Water injection

0.6 lbm water/lbm fuel for natural gas
0.645 lbm water/lbm fuel for diesel #2
     
Proctor & Gamble Mfg. Co.

216.5 MMBtu/hr General Electric gas turbine
5/3/83

(A/C # 7575)

A330-027-83

District Contact:
Robert Knight
Sacramento Metorpolitan AQMD
(916) 874-4800  
  Water injection

62 ppmv @ 15% O2 (natural gas)
70 ppmv @ 15% O2 (diesel #2)
     
U.S. Borax and Chemical
1981 Cogeneration Project

550 MMBtu/hr Westinghouse gas turbine engine, electric generator, heat recovery steam generator, and coen duct burner
4/21/82

(A/C #1004077A081)

A330-019-82

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern County APCD
(805) 861-3682  
  Water injection NOx control//low sulfur fuel for SO2 (.82 lbm H2O/lbm gas & .9 lbm H2O/lb oil)

268 lb/hr
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 89.2 Gas Turbines, > 23 MMBtu/hr heat input

BEST AVAILABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY DETERMINATION DATA SUBMITTED TO THE
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Equipment or Process: Gas Turbines - Emergency Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Bank of America Los Angeles Data Center

46 MMBtu/hr diesel-fired Detroit Diesel Allison model no. 501-KB5 gas turbine driving a 3,200 kw standby generator
6/24/94

(App. no. 272850)

A330-610-94

District Contact:
Lisa Mirisola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2638
lmirisola@aqqmd.gov
  Fired on Re-refined "low-NOx" diesel fuel with 0.01% or less nitrogen content

163 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 89.3 Gas Turbines - Emergency

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Equipment or Process: Glass Melting Furnaces - Container Manufacturing Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Owens-Illinois, Inc.

3.33 ton/hr Owens-Illinois glass melting furnace for container glass fired on natural gas with oil backup fuel
2/4/87

(App. no. 146696)

A390-204-87

District Contact:
Hamed Hassan
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2634
hhassan@aqmd.gov
        Electrostatic precipitator

0.0226 gr/dscf on nat. gas; 0.0245 gr/dscf on fuel oil (estimated)
Latchford Glass Co.

45 MMBtu/hr, gas-fired Owens-Illinois glass melting furnace with a 270 ton/day container glass production capacity with oil backup fuel
2/3/87

(App. no. 149492)

A390-182-87

District Contact:
Hamed Hassan
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2634
hhassan@aqmd.gov
  No control

5.5 lbm/ton of glass pulled
Wet scrubber and venturi scrubber

80% control (estimated)
  Baghouse

81% control (estimated)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 90.1 Glass Melting Furnaces - Container Manufacturing

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Equipment or Process: Glass Melting Furnaces - Flat Glass Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Libbey Owens Ford

200 MMBtu/hr, natural gas-fired, flat-glass furnace with thermal De-NOx and 3R systems
5/6/96

(A/C no. N-477-10-2)

A390-682-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No control

21.0 lbm/day
    No control

1000 lbm/day
 
PPG Industries

Natural gas-fired float furnance capable of producing 575 tons glass per day
2/15/96

(A/C no. C-948-11-1)

A390-680-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  PPG supplemental burner system

240 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 8.01 lbm/ton or 57.2% control)
    Electrostatic precipitator and PPG supplemental burner system

19.18 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to 98% control)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 90.3 Glass Melting Furnaces - Flat Glass

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Equipment or Process: Heaters - Refinery, <= 18 MMBtu/hr heat input Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Less than or equal to 18 MMBtu/hr heat input Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Southern California Gas Company

6.5 MMBtu/hr American Heater Company, model AHE-650, natural gas-fired hot oil heater used to regenerate liquid absorbent (triethylene glycol) by heating it to approximately 450 F. to remove absorbed water
8/17/99

(A/C No.: 347641)

A310-944-00

District Contact:
Henrique Nascimento
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2519
hnascimento@aqmd.gov
  Power Flame model C5-G-30B low-NOx burner

20 ppmvd @ 3% O2
  Power Flame model C5-G-30B low-NOx burner

50 ppmvd @ 3% O2
 
Torch Operating Co.
Lompoc Oil and Gas Plant

Three 16 MMBtu/hr oil-emulsion heater treaters fired on LPG or propane with natural gas backup
12/24/96

(A/C no. 9522)

A350-717-96

District Contact:
Mike Goldman
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8821
goldmanm@sbcapcd.org
Alzeta low-NOx burner

4 ppmv at 3% oxygen;
0.0017 lbm/MMBtu
Alzeta low-NOx burner

22 ppmv at 3% oxygen;
0.0266 lbm/MMBtu
Alzeta low-NOx burners

0.011 lbm/MMBtu
Alzeta low-NOx burners

25 ppmvd at 3% oxygen;
0.0184 lbm/MMBtu
 
Unocal Corporation
Pt. Pedernales Project

Three 16 MMBtu/hr heater treaters
5/11/92

(A/C no. 8696)

A310-547-92

District Contact:
Michael Goldman
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8821
goldmanm@sbcapcd.org
  Azeta Pyrocore low-NOx ceramic-fiber radiant burners

22 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
Macpherson Oil Co.

6 MMBtu/hr C.E. Natco heater treater fired on natural gas
11/22/91

(A/C no. 4126060)

A350-498-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  North American LoNOx burner with flue-gas recirculation

0.048 lbm/MMBtu
     
Chevron-Gaviota

Four 2.36 MMBtu/hr hot oil heaters
2/6/86

(A/C no. 5704)

A310-129-86

District Contact:
Bill Master
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Pipeline quality gas as fuel; proper burner operation

0.05 lbm/day total
Low-NOx burners, low excess air

1.42 lbm/hr total
Pipeline quality gas as fuel, 4 ppmv H2S max.

0.01 lbm/hr total
Pipeline quality gas as fuel; proper burner operation

0.57 lbm/hr total
Pipeline quality gas as fuel

0.09 lbm/day total
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 94.1 Heaters - Refinery, <= 18 MMBtu/hr heat input

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Equipment or Process: Heaters - Refinery, > 18 MMBtu/hr through < 86.2 MMBtu/hr heat input Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: > 18 MMBtu/hr heat input thru < 86.2 MMBtu/hr heat input Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
CENCO Refining Company

50 MMBtu/hr Tulsa Heaters Inc. natural gas-fired horizontal cabin coker charge heater for a delayed coking unit at the refinery
n.d.

(A/C # 352869)

A350-987-00

District Contact:
Emmaunel E. Ruiviar
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2509
eruiviar@aqmd.gov
  John Zink low-NOx burners, Technip USA selective catalytic reduction with ammonia injection of the flue gas

7 ppmvd @ 3% O2, 1-hr average
  John Zink low-NOx burners

10 ppmvd @ 3% O2, 1-hr average
 
San Joaquin Refining Company, Inc.

Refinery process heaters rated between 8.4 and 47.1 MMBtu/hr
3/22/96

(A/C no. S-36-51-1)

A310-681-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Natural gas and /or LPG firing

0.004 lbm/MMBtu
Natural gas and/or LPG firing with low-NOx burners and internal flue-gas recirculation

30 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
(Equipvalent to 0.036 lbm/MMBtu)
    Natural gas and/or LPG firing

0.137 lbm/MMBtu
Fletcher Oil and Refinining Company

65 MMBtu/hr vacuum heater heating gas oil before vacuum distillation; unit is fired on refinery gas
7/3/91

(App. no. 170819)

A350-613-94

District Contact:
Sawsan Andrawis
South Coast AQMD
(919) 396-2607
sandrawis@aqmd.gov
  Joy Technology selective catalytic reduction unit

12 ppm
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 94.2 Heaters - Refinery, > 18 MMBtu/hr through < 86.2 MMBtu/hr heat input

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Equipment or Process: Heaters - Refinery, => 86.2 MMBtu/hr heat input Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Greater than or equal to 86.2 MMBtu/hr heat input Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
TOSCO Refining Co.

460 MMBtu/hr gas-fired Howe Baker Engineers Callidus model LE-CRG Lo-NOx hydrogen reforming furnace use to heat hydrocarbon feed streams to reform them to hydrogen and carbon dioxide.
7/24/94

(A/C No.: 290738)

A310-931-00

District Contact:
Ngoc Tran
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2606
ntran@aqmd.gov
  Cormetech selective catalytic reduction with aqueous ammonia injection. Ammonia slip limited to 20 ppm at 3% O2.

7 ppmvd @ 3% O2
Limit on fuel sulfur content of 100 ppm as hydrogen sulfide

11.1 lbm/hr
   
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 94.3 Heaters - Refinery, => 86.2 MMBtu/hr heat input

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Equipment or Process: Incinerators - Infectious Waste Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals

1000 lbm/hr medical waste treatement by plasma pyrolysis with a minimum exhaust of 1800 degrees F
6/12/95

(App. no. 920877)

A420-674-96

District Contact:
Stan Romelczyk
San Diego Co. APCD
(619) 694-3323  
  Required basic equipment with plasma pyrolysis

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 31 lbm/day)
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 95.1 Incinerators - Infectious Waste

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Equipment or Process: Incinerators - Non-Infectious Waste Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
ARCO Oil and Gas Co.

15 MMBtu/hr waste-gas incinerator in tertiary oil recovery operation
2/5/92

(A/C no. 4222041D thru-042D)

A350-559-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Lance Erickson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
        Sulfur scrubber and pre-incineration sulfur removal

0.04 gr/dscf at 0% oxygen
(Estimated control efficiency of 50%)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 95.3 Incinerators - Non-Infectious Waste

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Equipment or Process: I.C. Engines - Landfill or Digester Gas Fired Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Minnesota Methane Tajiguas Corporation

4314 bhp Caterpillar model 3616 landfill gas-fired IC engine driving 3 MW electric generator with exhaust routed through afterburner/standby flare
1/9/98

(A/C no. 9788)

A330-846-98

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
Lean-burn IC engine, equipped with spark/torch ignition controls, fuel/air ratio controls and an intake air turbocharger and intercooler.

0.24 g/bhp-hr
(equivalent to 20 ppmvd @ 3% O2 as Hexane)
Lean-burn IC engine, equipped with spark/torch ignition controls, fuel/air ratio controls and an intake air turbocharger and intercooler.

92 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
0.59 g/bhp-hr
(Equivalent to 92 ppmvd at 3% oxygen)
    Fuel pretreatment system to remove gas condensate and filter gas of particulates

0.34 g/bhp-hr
(equivalent to 0.053 g/dscf & 0.073 lb/MMbtu)
Monterey Bay Regional Waste Management District

1274 hp Jenbacher model JGS 320 GS-LL IC engine fired on landfill gas
11/4/96

(A/C no. 8521 and 8522)

A330-760-97

District Contact:
Jerry Steele
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 647-9411  
  Lean-burn combustion technology

1.2 g/bhp-hr
213.45 lbm/day for three engines
     
City of Stockton Muncipal Utilities Dept.
Regional Waste Water Control Facility

2760 bhp Waukesha model 12V-AT27GL IC engine fired on natural gas, digester gas, or a combination thereof
11/22/96

(A/C no. N-811-15-0)

A330-725-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Lean-burn engine with a precombustion chamber

0.75 g/bhp-hr
109.5 lbm/day
Lean-burn engine with a precombustion chamber

1.25 g/bhp-hr
182.5 lbm/day
Chemical addition to the digester sludge to reduce the influent fuel hydrogen sulfide content by 90%

0.1 g/bhp-hr
13.9 lbm/day
(Hydrogen sulfide emissions shall be no more than 120 ppmv in digester gas)
Lean-burn engine with a precombustion chamber

2 g/bhp-hr
292.1 lbm/day
Digester gas or natural gas fuel or any blend of digester gas and natural gas

0.1 g/bhp-hr
14.6 lbm/day
Napa Sanitation District

913 hp Waukesha model 5900GL IC engine fired on digester gas with supplementary natural gas
3/26/93

(A/C no. 9006)

A330-579-93

District Contact:
Ted Hull
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4919  
  Lean-burn combustion control

1.25 g/bhp-hr
Addition of iron salts to the digester sludge to reduce H2S concentrations of digester gas to less than 300 ppmv

0.30 g/bhp-hr
   
Pacific Energy Otay Mesa Landfill

2650 hp Cooper-Superior model 16SGTA lean-burn engine-generator set with 1850 KW capacity
2/25/92

(A/C no. 891039)

A330-545-92

District Contact:
Bob Batten
San Diego Co. APCD
(619) 694-3316  
  Prechamber combustion and automatic air-to-fuel ratio controller

0.8 g/bhp-hr
4.7 lbm/hr
     
City of Ventura Wastewater Treatment Plant

773 bhp Waukesha F3521GL lean-burn reciprocating engine fired on digester or natural gas and producing 550 KW
12/31/86

(A/C no. 1377-1)

A330-164-87

District Contact:
Keith Duval
Ventura Co. APCD
(805) 654-2845
Kerby@vcapcd.org
  Engine design

2 g/bhp-hr
     
Poppy Ridge Partners

Two 865 hp Waukesha reciprocating engines fired on digester gas (cogeneration)
9/16/86

(A/C nos. 8501 thru 8504)

A330-154-86

District Contact:
Aleta Kennard
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD
(916) 366-2107  
  Pre-stratified charge emission control system

2.0 g/bhp-hr
     
SF Southeast Treatment Plant

7300 hp reciprocating engine fired on sewage sludge gas (cogeneration)
5/86

(A/C no. 30456)

A330-150-86

District Contact:
Steve Hill
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Clean-burn engine

2.0 g/bhp-hr
     
Genstar Gas Recovery Systems

Two 2650 hp Cooper-Superior lean burn IC engines fired on landfill gas
12/2/85

(A/C no. 30970)

A330-109-86

District Contact:
Craig Ullery
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Stratified charge combustion

1.5 g/hp-hr
     
Genstar Gas Recovery Systems

Two 1100 hp Cooper-Superior lean burn IC engines fired on landfill gas
8/29/85

(A/C no. 30893)

A330-108-86

District Contact:
Craig Ullery
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Stratified charge combustion

1.5 g/hp-hr
     
Pacific Lighting Energy Systems

2650 hp Cooper model 165GTA superior landfill gas-fired clean burn IC engine
3/1/85

(A/C # 30336)

A/C # 330-075-85

District Contact:
Craig Ullery
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Cooper pre-chamber ignition lean burn or stratified charged turbo-chared engine

1.5g/hp-hr
     
Pacific Energy Resources, Inc.

2650 hp Cooper Energy Service Superior model 16 SGTA land-fill gas-fired clean burn internal combustion engine
11/14/84

(A/C # 0083001)

A330-057-84

District Contact:
Tuan Ngo
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Clean burn operating mode: two combustion chambers: pre-ignition chamber, fuel rich and main combustion chamber

8.25 lb/hr
1.5 g/bhp-hr
     
Pacific Lighting Energy Systems

2000 bhp Fairbanks-Morse model MEP-8T landfill gas-fired IC engine (cogeneration)
1/28/85

(A/C # 3158)

A330-049-84

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(831) 647-9411  
  Fairbanks-Morse clean burn engine design

1.5 gm/hp-hr
6.25 lb/hr
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 96.2 I.C. Engines - Landfill or Digester Gas Fired

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Equipment or Process: I.C. Engines - Spark Ignition, Natural Gas Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
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Disneyland Resort

1334 hp Cummins model 800 GTA 500 G3 natural gas-fired spark-ignition engine use to drive a standby generator
12/7/99

(A/C # 360419)

A330-971-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@amd.gov
Johnson Matthey 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller
1.5 g/bhp-hr
Johnson Matthey 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller
1.5 g/bhp-hr
  Johnson Matthey 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller
2.0 g/bhp-hr
 
Kaiser Permanente Health Plan, Inc.

171 bhp four Tecodrive model 7400LE natural-gas spark-ignition engines use to drive two compressors/chillers that will provide cooling for the facility
12/14/99

(A/C No.: 362406)

A310-963-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Cost AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
Miratech model MN-11T-04F catalytic converter and Tecodrive air/fuel ratio controller

0.15 g/bhp-hr
Miratech model MN-11T-04F catalytic converter and Tecodrive air/fuel ratio controller

0.15 g/bhp-hr
  Miratech model MN-11T-04F catalytic converter and Tecodrive air/fuel ratio controller

0.60 g/bhp-hr
 
Crestline Village Water District

93 bhp Ford model LSG875 natural gas-fired spark-ignition engine use to drive an electrical generator. Unit is used for backup generation, allowed to operate more than 200 hr/yr.
11/16/99

(A/C No.: 361525)

A330-937-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
roliveras@aqmd.gov
Miratech 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller

0.15 g/bhp-hr
Miratech 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller

0.15 g/bhp-hr
  Miratech 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller

0.6 g/bhp-hr
 
Orange County Flood Control District

750 bhp Waukesha model L5790G spark-ignition engine used to drive an emergency flood control pump
n.d.

(A/C No.: 359876)

A340-916-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivare
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
Miratech 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller

0.15 g/bhp-hr
Miratech 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller

0.15 g/bhp-hr
  Miratech 3-way catalytic converter and air/fuel ratio controller

0.6 g/bhp-hr
 
S B Linden, LLC

3,130 bhp Waukesha model 12V-AT27GL lean-burn spark ignition, natural gas-fired internal combustion engine use to drive a pump that conveys liquid petroleum products.
12/13/96

(A/C No.: 1-96-4271)

A330-909-99

Contact:
Bureau of Air Quality of Engineering
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
(609) 633-1110  
Siemens Westinghouse, oxidation catalyst bed

0.331 lbs/hr
58 ppm
Siemens Westinghouse, SCR catalyst bed and ammonia injection

1.89 lbs/hr
50 ppm
  Siemens Westinghouse, oxidation catalyst bed

1.75 lbs/hr
76 ppm
 
Sycom Enterprises

3,130 bhp Waukesha model 12V-AT27GL lean-burn spark ignition, natural gas-fired internal combustion engine use to drive a pump that conveys liquid petroleum products.
12/13/96

(A/C No.: 1-96-4371)

A330-908-99

Contact:
Bureau of Air Quality of Engineering
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
(609) 633-1110  
Siemens Westinghouse, oxidation catalyst bed

0.76 lbs/hr
10 ppm
Siemens Westinghouse, SCR catalyst bed and ammonia injection

1.89 lbs/hr
50 ppm
  Siemens Westinghouse, oxidation catalyst bed

1.75 lbs/hr
76 ppm
 
San Diego Metro Pumping Station #2

Two 2,400 bhp lean burn natural gas fired Caterpillar model G3612 SIJA IC engines use for operating wastewater pumps. Combined operation of both engines limited to 15,000 hs/yr.
12/6/94

(A/C Nos. 891221, 891222)

A330-885-99

District Contact:
Gary Smith
San Diego APCD
(619) 694-3587  
  Lean burn with natural gas fuel

0.8 g/bhp-hr
     
Saba Petroleum, Inc./Bell Compressor Plant

The engine is turbo-charged and inter-cooled and is configured in a rich burn mode. The compressor is rated at 3.073 MMSCFD.
10/12/98

(A/C no. 9975)

A330-857-98

District Contact:
Michael Goldman
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8821
goldmanm@sbcapcd.org
3-way Catalytic Converter and Electric Air/Fuel Ratio Controller

0.30 g/bhp-hr
0.0766 lb/MMBtu/hr

Voluntary information on controls. BACT not required.
3-way Catalytic Converter and Electric Air/Fuel Ratio Controller

0.15 g/bhp-hr
10 ppmvd @ 15% O2
Filed gas

Total sulfur content not to exceed 239 ppmv

Voluntary information on control. BACT not required
3-way Catalytic Converter and Electric Air/Fuel Ratio Controller

0.75 g/bhp-hr
83 ppmvd @ 15% O2

Voluntary information on controls. BACT not required.
 
G.E.N.Y. Operations Company

145 bhp Caterpillar model 333 natural gas-fired rich burn IC engine limited to 1230 scf/hr fuel input and 1000 hr/yr
11/3/97

(A/C no. C-1685-29-0)

A330-828-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Positive Crankcase Ventilation

No limit
(Equivalent to 2.0 g/bhp-hr)
No control

No limit
(Equivalent to 10 g/bhp-hr)
     
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

160 bhp John Deere model 6076AFN30 natural gas-fueled clean-burn, IC engine limited to 1070 scf/hr gas usage
9/2/97

(A/C no. C-709-13-0)

A330-783-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Natural gas firing

150 @ 15% O2 (equivalent to 0.78 g/bhp-hr)
Natural gas firing

55 ppmv @ 15% (equivalent to 0.72 g/bhp-hr)
  Natural gas firing

148 ppmv @ 15% O2 (equivalent to 1.24 g/bhp-hr)
 
Toys "R" Us

82 bhp Ford model no. LGC-649 natural-gas fired, rich-burn emergency IC engine driving a Kohler 39 KW electrical generator. Operation limited to emergency use and 200 hr/yr for testing and maintenance
11/27/96

(A/C no. C-2942-1-0)

A330-763-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  No control

No limit
(Expected emission level of 14.56 g/bhp-hr)
  No control

No limit (Expected emission level of 0.78 g/bhp-hr)
 
City of Clovis

365 bhp, gas-fired Caterpillar model no. G3406TA rich-burn IC engine
11/8/96

(A/C no. C-2958-1-0)

A330-762-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Houston Industrial Silencing model DN/S-3656PH three-way catalyst and natural-gas firing

1.3 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 0.068 g/bhp-hr or 30 ppmvd at 15% oxygen)
Houston Industrial Silencing model DN/S-3656PH three-way catalyst, oxygen controller, and natural-gas firing

0.33 g/bhp-hr
(Equivalent to 25 ppmvd at 15% oxygen)
Natural gas firing
0.04 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 0.60 lbm/MMscf)
Houston Industrial Silencing model DN/S-3656PH three-way catalyst, positive crankcase ventilation, oxygen controller, and natural-gas firing

10.8 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 2.0 g/bhp-hr or 70 ppmvd at 15% oxygen)
Natural gas firing and positive crankcase ventilation

4.4 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 0.23 g/bhp-hr)
Vintage Petroleum Company
Clark Avenue Oil and Gas Production Facility

Thirteen 117 to 186 bhp, natural-gas Waukesha engines used to power oil wellhead pumping units and produced water pumps. Natural gas heat content from 900 to 1200 btu/scf.
2/4/97

(A/C no. 9682)

A330-759-97

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
Johnson-Matthey model MX-10 non-selective catalyst; Blackhawk Services fuel/air ratio controller; and positive crankcase ventilation

73 ppmv at 15% oxygen
    Johnson-Matthey model MX-10 non-selective catalyst; Blackhawk Services fuel/air ratio controller; and positive crankcase ventilation

215 ppmv at 15% oxygen
 
Gill's Onions

Six 130 hp rich-burn, natural gas-fired, Caterpillar model 3306, TA internal combustion engines
5/18/95

(A/C no. 7018-110)

A330-645-95

District Contact:
Kerby Zozula
Ventura County APCD
(805) 645-1421
Kerby@vcapcd.org
Houston Industrial model DN/S 1004PC DeNOx Silencer three-way catalyst

103 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
(Equivalent to 0.60 g/bhp-hr)
Houston Industrial model DN/S 1004PC DeNOx Silencer three-way catalyst

9 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
(Equivalent to 0.15 g/bhp-hr)
     
Doubletree Hotel (Replace Cogeneration Engine)

Three 108 hp each, Ford model 460, rich burn, nat. gas-fired IC cogen. engines each equipped w/ a Johnson Matthey Dura NOx model 200 NSCR unit, zeolite oxygen sensor, & automatic air/fuel ratio control
8/11/94

(A/C # 0294-120)

A330-625-94

District Contact:
Kerby Zozula
Ventrua County APCD
(805) 645-1421
Kerby@vcapcd.org
Johnson Matthey Dura NOx model 200 non selective catalytic converter equipped with an oxygen sensor and automatic air/fuel ratio controller

33 ppmvd @ 15% O2 (as CH4)
0.0467 lbs/hr per engine
Johnson Matthey Dura NOx model 200 non selective catalytic converter equipped with an oxygen sensor and automatic air/fuel ratio controller

9 ppmvd @ 15% O2
0.0367 lbs/hr per engine
     
Western Municipal Water District

525 hp, rich-burn Caterpillar model no. 3512 reciprocating engine fired on natural gas; LPG firing allowed during natural gas curtailment
6/1/91

(App. no. 223469)

A330-453-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
  Nonselective catalytic reduction

1.5 g/bhp/hr
23 lbm/day
     
Western Municipal Water District

525 hp, rich-burn Caterpillar model no. 3512 reciprocating engine fired on natural gas; LPG firing allowed during natural gas curtailment
6/1/91

(App. no. 223467)

A330-452-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
  Nonselective catalytic reduction

1.5 g/bhp/hr
23 lbm/day
     
Western Municipal Water District

525 hp, rich-burn Caterpillar model no. 3512 reciprocating engine fired on natural gas; LPG firing allowed during natural gas curtailment
6/1/91

(App. no. 223464)

A330-451-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
  Nonselective catalytic reduction

1.5 g/bhp/hr
23 lbm/day
     
Exxon San Joaquin Production Co.

Compressors driven by four 525 hp, naturally aspirated, gas-fired Caterpillar Model No. G-398 reciprocating engines at a natural gas processing plant
4/25/88

(A/C nos. 2066012 thru 2066015)

A350-281-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
  Three-way non-selective catalyst with air fuel ratio controller

1.0 g/bhp-hr
27.84 lbm/day/unit
     
San Diego Marriott Hotel-Tower 1

1150 hp Caterpillar low-emission Model 3516TA lean-burn gas engine with 800 KW generator and waste-heat recovery (cogeneration)
3/9/87

(A/C no. 850810)

A330-279-88

District Contact:
Bob Batten
San Diego Co. APCD
(619) 694-3316  
  Lean-burn technology

1.4 g/bhp-hr
280 ppmvd at 3% oxygen
     
California Dept. of Corrections, Corcoran Prison

Two gas-fired, lean-burn Alco Model 12V-251-SI reciprocating engine-generator sets with total rated input of 31.46 MMBtu/hr and output of 3 MW and 540,000 lbm/hr hot water (cogeneration)
12/18/87

(A/C nos. 7815C and 7815D)

A330-276-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
Kings Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(559) 230-5909  
  Lean-burn torch ignition system incorporated in engine design

0.75 g/bhp-hr
0.22 lbm/MMBtu
     
Shell California Production, Inc.

600 hp gas-fired Clark model HRA-6 IC lean-burn engine
11/14/84

(App. no. 147853)

A330-208-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
  Selective catalytic reduction

100 lbm/day
70% control
     
Tri County Sun Energy
Sheraton Hotel

195 bhp Caterpillar Model No. G3306-TA reciprocating engine producing 130 KW
8/7/86

(A/C no. 1369-1)

A330-165-87

District Contact:
Keith Duval
Ventura Co. APCD
(805) 654-2845
Kerby@vcapcd.org
  Nonselective catalytic reduction

50 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
Shell California Production, Inc.

225 hp Caterpillar model no. G342 reciprocating engine used as a vapor recovery compressor
12/2/85

(A/C no. 0041-6)

A330-107-86

District Contact:
Keith Duval
Ventura Co. APCD
(805) 654-2045
Kerby@vcapcd.org
  Nonselective catalytic reduction

Least restrictive of 90% control, 50 ppmvd or 0.805 g/hp-hr
     
PG&E - Los Medanos Comprssor

4130 hp Cooper Energy Systems natural gas-fired clean burn engine
1/8/81

(A/C # 27512)

A330-053-84

District Contact:
Bob Nishimura
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
         
Soledad Cogeneration Association

2133 bhp natural gas-fired internal combustion engine (cogeneration)
3/5/84

(A/C # 3043 and 3044)

A330-048-84

District Contact:
B. Nishimura
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(831) 647-9411  
  Rily Beaird Maximum model 16MCSO-261 catalytic converter

1 gm/bhp-hr
4.7 lb/hr
     
Shell California Production Inc. - Kern Ridge

168 hp Waukesha natural-gas fired compressor engine
5/29/84

(A/C # 2028022 and 2028023)
A330-041-84

District Contact:
Tuan Ngo
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Riley-Beaird maxium MCSR rich burn catalytic converter

1.09 gm/bhp-hr
     
Argo Petroleum

200 hp Waukesha model F-1905-GU natural gas-fired lean burn internal combustion engine
9/30/83

(A/C # 0380)

A330-031-83

District Contact:
Keith Duval
Ventura County APCD
(805) 645-1440  
  Emissions Control Systems model 23N catalytic recdution for NOx

50 ppm @ 15% O2
     
Santa Fe Energy, Silverthread

180 hp Ajax model DPC 180 single cylinder natural gas-fired lean burn gas compressor
12/2/82

(A/C # 0951)

A330-030-82

District Contact:
Keith Duval
Ventura County APCD
(805) 645-1440  
  Compressor design for NOx control

125 ppmvd @ 15% O2
     
Warren Petroleum (Natural Gas Processing Orern)

2133 hp Waukesha natural gas-fired internal combustion engine
10/19/83

(A/C # 2023008, 2023009, and 2023016)

A330-020-83

District Contact:
Tuan Ngo
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
  Johnson Metthey, Inc. JMI "rich burn" catalytic converter

1.5 gr/bhp-hr
     
Paul Masson Vineyards Cogeneration

1200 rpm, 526 hp natural gas-fired Waukesha model F2900G reciprocating engine, 300 KW
3/27/81

(A/C # 27796)

A330-016-81

District Contact:
Doug Wolf
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
  Emissions Control Systems, Inc. TDRVEX supported model 43N catalytic converter

30 ppm
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 96.3 I.C. Engines - Spark Ignition, Natural Gas

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Equipment or Process: I.C. Engines - Spark Ignition, Alternative Fuels Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Disneyland Resort

193 hp Ford model LSG-875R-6003-C gasoline-fired spark-ignition engine use to drive an emergency fire pump. Limited to 200 hr/yr of operation.
10/21/99

(P/O No.: F22234 (no authority to construct issued - exempt standby unit))

A330-929-00

District Contact:
Roy Olvares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
Two banks of Carsound Exhaust Systems, Inc. 3-way catalytic converters (model no. 298035) and an air/fuel ratio controller (model KAT2000)

0.15 g/bhp-hr
Two banks of Carsound Exhaust Systems, Inc. 3-way catalytic converters (model no. 298035) and an air/fuel ratio controller (model KAT2000)

0.15 g/bhp-hr
  Two banks of Carsound Exhaust Systems, Inc. 3-way catalytic converters (model no. 298035) and an air/fuel ratio controller (model KAT2000)

0.6 g/bhp-hr
 
Bakersfield Cellular Telephone Co.

72 hp Generac model 94A01244-s propane-fired emergency IC engine driving electrical generator
7/20/95

(A/C no. S-2836-1-0)

A330-663-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Three-way catalyst

No limit
(Equivalent to 80% control efficiency)
     
Western Environmental Engineers Company

Petroleum tank degassing operation using two 175 hp Ford LSG-875 gas-fired IC engines fired on tank vapors with LPG auxiliary fuel
5/2/95

(A/C no. S-2482-1-0)

A350-642-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Carsound two-stage, three-way catalyst and air fuel monitoring

100 ppmv at 15% oxygen
(Equivalent to 95% control)
Carsound two-stage, three-way catalyst an air-fuel monitoring

50 ppmv at 15% oxygen
(Equivalent to 90% control)
LPG as auxiliary fuel to tank vapors

0.08 lbm/MMBtu
Carsound two-stage, three-way catalyst and air-fuel monitoring

150 ppmv at 15% oxygen
LPG as auxiliary fuel to tank vapors

0.1 lbm/MMBtu
Kenneth Harper and Associates

Propane-fired, Ford model DGU-90 6-cylinder, 300 cid IC engine used in underground tank degassing; unit is to be operated 8 to 10 hours/day
5/10/91

(App. no. 228999)

A430-557-92

District Contact:
John Yee
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2531  
Oxidation catalyst

98.6% control efficiency
       
Shell Pipeline Corporation

82 hp Cummins-Oman 45EM propane-fired IC engine driving emergency generator
11/15/91

(A/C no. 4048020)

A330-501-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Glenn Stevens
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Three-way catalyst and blowby gas gas recirculation

10% control efficiency
Three-way catalyst

60% control efficiency
Low sulfur fuel

No limit
Three-way catalyst

96% control efficiency
 
De La Guerra Power, Inc.

380 hp General Motors 500 cubic inch IC engine fired on scrubbed casing gas limited to 110 hp output
11/12/91

(A/C no. 0249003)

A330-490-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Glenn Stevens
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Three-way catalyst and crankcase blowby recirculation

70% control efficiency
Three-way catalyst

90% control efficiency
  Three-way catalyst

70% control efficiency
 
Richmond Exploration Corporation

200 hp Waukesha propane fired engine used for nitrogen gas injection in tertiary oil recovery and using natural gas backup fuel
10/24/91

(A/C no. 4232005)

A330-486-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Lynard Scandura
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Houston Industrial Silencing three-way catalyst

0.44 lbm/hr
Houston Industrial Silencing three-way catalyst

0.66 lbm/hr
90 ppmvd at 15% oxygen
     
American Cogenics of California, Inc. (El Roblar Ranch)

Two 700 hp Caterpillar G398TAHC reciprocating engines each with Maxim/12 silencer and 464 kilowatt generators; engines use rich burn combustion of field gas limited to 300 ppm hydrogen sulfide
7/17/90

(A/C no. 8016)

A330-440-90

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
  Nonselective catalytic reduction

50 ppmvd at 15% oxygen;
92% minimum
1.245 lbm/hr/unit
(Equivalent to
0.79 g/bhp-hr)
     
Santa Cruz Cogeneration Association

3656 bhp TransAmerican Delaval dual-fuel internal combustion engine fired on 96% natural gas and 4% diesel (cogeneration)
7/23/84

(A/C # 3048)

A330-047-84

District Contact:
Fred Thoits
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(831) 647-9411  
  Engine design resulting in stratified charge; fuel composition restriction except when emergency fuel is fired

3.7 gm/bhp-hr
29.8 lbm/hr
     
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VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
City of Corona

2155 bhp-hr Caterpillar model 3512B SCAC diesel-fired compression ignition engine use to drive a stand-by electrical generator limited to 200 hr/yr of operation. Diesel fuel sulfur content limited to less than 0.05% S.
2/1/00

(P/O # F24125)

A330-993-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
No Control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
No control

0.38 g/bhp-hr
Homegrocer.com

883 bhp Mitsubishi model S6R-PTA compression ignition engine use to drive a stand-by electrical generator limited to 200 hr/yr of operation. Diesel fuel sulfur content limited to less than 0.05% S.
1/18/00

(A/C # 363918)

A330-992-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
No control

0.38 g/bhp-hr
Homegrocer.com

1480 bhp-hr Caterpillar model 3508 SCAC diesel-fired compression ignition engine use to drive a stand-by electrical generator limited to 200 hr/yr of operation. Diesel fuel sulfur content limited to less than 0.05% S.
2/22/00

(A/C # 364327)

A330-991-00

District Contact:
Thai Tran
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2562
ttran@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
No control

0.38 g/bhp-hr
Cucamonga County Water District

Portable 890 bhp Caterpillar model 3412 DISTA diesel-fired compression ignition engine driving a stand-by electrical generator generator limited to 200 hr/yr of operation. Fuel sulfur limited to 0.05%.
3/30/00

(A/C # 365785)

A330-990-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
No control

0.38 g/bhp-hr
Walt Disney Pictures and Televison

1109 bhp Caterpillar model 3412 DISTA diesel-fired compression ignition engine driving a standby-electrical generator limited to 200 hr/yr of operation. Diesel fuel sulfur content limited to less than 0.05% S.
3/28/00

(A/C # 366370)

A330-989-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
No control

0.38 g/bhp-hr
La Paloma Generating Co. LLC

Four 475 bhp (each) emergency Caterpillar model 3406C diesel-fired IC engine generator sets will be required to provide electrical power to run the lubricating oil pumps and to slowly rotate each GTE in a power outage
5/26/99

(A/C # S-3412-8-0 thru 11-0)

A330-972-00

District Contact:
Leonard Scandura
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(661) 326-6900  
Positive crankcase ventilation

No limit
No control

No limit
Low-sulfur diesel fuel (0.05% by weight or less)

No limit
No control

No limit
Low-sulfur diesel fuel (0.05% by weight or less) and positive crankcase ventilation

No limit
US Government Naval Air Station North Island

100 bhp John Deere model 404STF diesel-fired compression-ignition engine use to drive a standby electrical generator limited to 200 hr/yr of operation.
10/7/99

(A/C No.: 359675)

A330-933-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and 4-degree timing retard

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
0.05% fuel sulfur content

0.38 g/bhp-hr
Running Springs Water District

86 bhp Caterpillar model 3054 DIT diesel-fired compression-ignition engine use to drive a portable standby electrical generator limited to 200 hr/yr of operation.
n.d.

(Application No.: 360224)

A330-932-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and 4-degree timing retard

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
No control

0.38 g/bhp-hr
Santa Clarita Valley School Food Services

480 hp Cummins model NTA855-G3 diesel-fired compression-ignition engine use to drive a standby electrical generator. Limited to 200 hr/yr of operation.
n.d.

(A/C No.: 359619)

A330-930-00

District Contact:
Roy Olvares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
No control

0.38 g/bhp-hr
Homegrocer.com

883 bhp-hr Mitsubishi model S6R-PTA diesel-fired compression engine use to drive a stand-by electrical generator
1/18/00

(A/C # 363918)

A330-991-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
Turbocharger and aftercooler

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  Turbocharger and aftercooler

8.5 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

0.38 g/bhp-hr
Cummins Cal Pacific, Inc.

68 bhp Cummins model 4B3.9-G2, naturally aspirated, diesel-fired compression ignition engine used to drive a 35-40 kW electical generator. The generator supplies power during a utility power outage.
8/18/99

(A/C No.: 356816)

A330-922-00

District Contact:
Raman Patel
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2466
rpatel@aqmd.gov
Johnson-Matthey model JMFXPEC4 diesel oxidation catalyst

1.0 g/bhp-hr
No control

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  Johnson-Matthey model JMFXPEC4 diesel oxidation catalyst

8.5 g/bhp-hr
Johnson-Matthey model JMFXPEC4 diesel oxidation catalyst use to oxidize the condensable hydrocarbons in the diesel exhaust and 0.05% fuel sulfur content

0.38 g/bhp-hr
(Equivalent to 50% control)
Coachella Valley Water District

325 bhp Perkins model 1303-9tag1 diesel-fired compression ignition engine with a turbocharger and intercooler, used to drive a portable standby electrical generator.
9/24/99

(A/C No.: 359076)

A330-921-00

District Contact:
Roy Olivares
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2208
rolivares@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and intercooler

6.9 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
0.05% fuel sulfur content

0.38 g/bhp-hr
William Bolthouse Farms

Limited-use, 402 hp, diesel-fired Caterpillar 3408B IC engine with operating limits of 14 hr/day and 500 hr/yr
6/27/96

(A/C no. S-416-5-0

A330-723-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Positive crankcase ventilation

14.1 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 1.1 g/bhp-hr)
Turbocharger, aftercooler, and timing retard of 4 degrees relative standard timing

89.3 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 7.2 g/bhp-hr)
  No additional equipment

37.6 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 3.0 g/bhp-hr)
Low-sulfur diesel fuel (0.05% S by wt.) and positive crankcase ventilation or control device that is 90% efficient

12.4 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 1.0 g/bhp-hr)
City of Tulare
Project 960679

Cogeneration operation, including 1000 hp biogas-fired Waukesha model 74042GL clean-burn IC engine; biogas heat content limited to 790 Btu/scf with gas flows limited to 11,100 scf/hr
3/13/96

(A/C no. S-548-8-0)

A330-684-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Gaseous fuel and positive crankcase ventilation

0.25 g/bhp-hr
90% destruction of crancase emissions
Gaseous fuel and clean-burn combustion

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Gaseous fuel and water scrubber

57.34 lbm/MMscf
340 ppm hydrogen sulfide
  Gaseous fuel and positive crankcase ventilation

7.52 lbm/MMscf
Kearny Ventures, Ltd.

208 hp, diesel-fired Cummins model 6BTA59-F1 IC engine
1/12/96

(A/C no. N-3531-1-0)

A330-683-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No control

0.33 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and aftercooler

6.63 g/bhp-hr
    Use of low-sulfur diesel fuel (0.05% S by wt.)

0.25 g/bhp-hr
Sprint Telecommunication Venture

Caterpillar Model No. 3412 diesel IC engine driving emergency electrical generator
2/29/96

(A/C no. C-2772-1-0 & C-2772-1-0)

A330-677-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
      No control

No limit
 
UPF Corporation

410 hp diesel engine for emergency power generation at glass fiber manufacturing plant
12/2/91

(A/C no. 6036015)

A330-489-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Glenn Stevens
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Timing retarded by at least 4i, turbocharger, and aftercooler

No limit
(Assumed control efficiency of 40%)
Fuel oil with less than 0.05% sulfur content

No limit
   
LA Times

2340 hp Detroit Diesel model no. 16-V-149TIB emergency IC engine with turbo-charger and intercooler
8/30/89

(App. nos. 189118, 189119)

A330-406-90 and A330-407-90

District Contact:
Hamed Hassan
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2634
hhassan@aqmd.gov
  Selective catalytic reduction using NERGAS catalyst

100 lbm/day
(expected emission level of 1.5 g/bhp-hr)
     
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Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
La Paloma Generating Co. LLC

310 bhp Detroit Diesel - Allison model DDFP-L6FA diesel-fired internal combustion engine powering an emergency firewater pump
n.d.

(A/C # S-3412-7-0)

A330-976-00

District Contact:
Leonard Scandura
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(661) 326-6900  
Positive crankcase ventilation (unless voids Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) certification)

0.47 g/bhp-hr
Certified emission rate 7.2 g/bhp-hr at full load

7.2 g/bhp-hr
Low-sulfur diesel fuel with a fuel content of 0.05% by weight

No limit
No control

1.2 g/bhp-hr
Low-sulfur diesel fuel with a fuel content of 0.05% by weight

0.22 g/bhp-hr
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Equipment or Process: I.C. Engines - Compression Ignition, Non-Emergency < 228 hp Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Less than 228 hp Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Cunningham Davis Environmental

173 diesel-fired John Deere model no. 6068T IC engine driving portable pugmill
4/5/96

(A/C no. N-3653-3-0

A330-685-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Turbocharger and 4 degrees of retard from standard timing

10.4 g/bhp-hr
    Low-sulfur diesel fuel (0.05% S by wt.) or crankcase control device that is 90% efficient

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Ryan-Murphy, Inc.

211 hp diesel engine for nonemergency electrical generator used in soil remediation by heat treatment
1/6/92

(A/C no. 0245002)

A330-558-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Glen Steven
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Catalyst and positive crank-case ventilation

0.09 lbm/day
(Estimated control efficiency of 30%)
(A/C expired, unit never built)
Timing retard, turbocharger, and water injection

2.88 lbm/hr
(Expected control efficiency of 64%)
(A/C expired, unit never built)
0.05% fuel sulfur content

0.04 lbm/hr as SO2
0.02 lbm/hr as SO4
(A/C expired, unit never built)
Catalyst

(Estimated control efficiency of 90%)
(A/C expired, unit never built)
Water injection

0.09 lbm/hr
(Estimated control efficiency of 40%)
(A/C expired, unit never built)
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Equipment Rating: Greater than or equal to 228 hp Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Kiewit Pacific Co.

Portable 755 bhp compression-ignition Caterpillar model 3412 PCTA IC engine with precombustion chamber ignition, being turbocharged and aftercooled, and used to drive a 500 kVA electrical generator.
n.d.

A340-915-00

District Contact:
Thai Tran
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2562
ttran@aqmd.gov
No control

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Turbocharger and Aftercooler

7.0 g/bhp-hr
  No control

8.5 g/bhp-hr
No control

0.38 g/bhp-hr (Based on equivalent emission level with Johnson Matthey diesel oxidation catalyst, which is capable of 25% PM reduction)
Manson Construction Company

Four 2,600 bhp Caterpillar 3516B DITA dredge IC engines and one 550 bhp Detriot Diesel 6063-GK60 import IC engine with total fuel use limits of 11,700 gals/day and 105,000 gals/yr of diesel
3/22/99

(A/C No. 972496)

A330-884-99

District Contact:
Alta Stengel
San Diego APCD
(619) 694-2510  
  Selective catalytic reduction proposed

6.22 g/bhp-hr
     
City of Lompoc

7.8 MMBtu/day Caterpillar 3406B; Portable 460 bhp diesel-fired greenwaste tubgrinder IC engine at the Lompoc Landfill, and elsewhere in SB County. Unit not eleigible for CARB PERP as it operates more than 90 days at landfill.
12/1/98

(A/C no. 9678)

A330-865-98

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
  Direct injection, turbocharged, intake air intercooler

580 ppmvd @ 15% O2
7 g/bhp-hr
     
Archie Crippen

500 bhp Detroit Diesel model 8V-92TA IC engine limited to 25 gal/hr diesel input and limited to 8 hr/day and 500 hr/yr of operation
12/9/97

(A/C no. C-53-4-0)

A330-829-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Positive Crankcase Ventilation

0.3 g/bhp-h4
No control

6.2 g/bhp-hr
  No control

0.51 g/bhp-hr
Low-sulfur diesel fuel and PCV

0.41 g/bhp-hr
Ross Island Sand and Gravel

685 hp Cummins model no. KTA 19-G3 diesel-fired IC engine serving a deep water dredge
8/2/96

(A/C no. N-3325-4-0)

A330-742-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Catalytic oxidation and positive crankcase ventilation system

0.04 lbm/day
Selective catalytic reduction with ammonia

28.8 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 85% control efficiency)
Low-sulfur diesel fuel (0.05% by wt.)

2.5 lbm/day
  Positive crankcase ventilation system and low-sulfur diesel fuel (0.05% by wt.)

14.4 lbm/day
Tracy Material Recovery

360 hp Cummins NTA855P diesel-fired IC enginine serving a tub grinder
10/29/96

(A/C no. N-3187-7-0

A330-726-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Turbocharger, aftercooler, and 10 degrees BTDC for injection timing

21.3 lbm/day
     
Parker Hannifin Corp.

450 hp diesel-fired Detroit Diesel model 6V92 IC engine driving an electrical generator limited to 227 gal/day
1/11/96

(A/C no. N-2089-3-0)

A330-708-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Turbocharger, aftercooler, and 4 degrees timing retard of stardard timing

9.5 g/bhp-hr
    Low-sulfur diesel fuel (not to exceed 0.05% S by wt.) and the use of positive crankcase ventilation or a crankcase control device

1.0 g/bhp-hr
Southern Pacific Milling Company

1.89 MMBtu/hr Caterpillar 3306 DITA 250 bhp diesel powered portable AC electric generator
10/26/93

(A/C # 8993)

A330-622-94

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 916-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
  Turbocharging, intake air cooling, and fuel injection

No limit
     
Ryan-Murphy Inc.

1.71 MMBtu/hr Aggreko Custom 175 kW AC generator powered by a 252 bhp diesel-fired Cummins model 6CTA8.3-G IC engine
3/31/94

(A/C # 9183)

A330-621-94

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 916-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
  Turbocharger, intercooler, engine design to emit no more than 1670 ppm NOx at 3% oxygen

No limit
     
Ryan-Murphy Inc.

1.71 MMBtu/hr Aggreko Custom 175 kW AC generator powered by a 252 bhp diesel-fired Cummins model 6CTA8.3-G IC engine
3/31/94

(A/C # 9188)

A330-620-94

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 916-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
  Turbocharger, intercooler, engine design to emit no more than 1670 ppm NOx at 3% oxygen

No limit
     
Southern Pacific Milling Company

4.27 MMBtu/hr Caterpillar 3408 DITA 603 bhp diesel powered 400 kW AC electrical generator
9/7/93

(A/C # 8959)

A330-619-94

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 916-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
  Turbocharging, intake air intercooling, 4 deg. from standard timing retard

No limit
     
Robison, Carlon, and Carlon

600 kw Caterpillar generator model no. 3412 at an aggregate processing facility
6/15/94

(A/C no. A45-693-Y)

A330-593-93

District Contact:
Dave Mehl
Feather River AQMD
(916) 634-7659  
  4 degree injection retard

No limit
     
Resource Renewal Technologies, Inc.

951 diesel IC engine operating no more than 500 hr/yr as part of an asphalt batching operation (permit action is a transfer of location)
6/18/93

(A/C no. S-1856-3-1)

A330-575-93

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Turbocharger, aftercooler, and injection timing retard of at least 4 degrees

6.6 g/bhp-hr
(Equivalent to 40% control efficiency)
Low-sulfur diesel fuel, i.e., less than 0.05% by wt.)

0.2328 g/hp-hr
11.7 lbm/day
   
Benton Oil and Gas Co.

480 hp Cummins KTA-1150 diesel reciprocating engine fired on fuel oil no. 1 as part of an exploration oil drilling rig w/ 7 diesel-fired reciprocating engines which can fire a total of 650 gal/day and operate only 360 hours,
12/21/90

(A/C no. 5789)

A330-446-90

District Contact:
Gregory Chee
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Engine injection timing retardation of 6 degrees

(Estimated project emissions of 305 lbm/day)
     
Benton Oil and Gas Co.

400 hp Detroit Diesel 8V92TA reciprocating engine fired on fuel oil 1 as part of an exploration oil drilling rig w/ 7 diesel-fired reciprocating engines which can fire a total of 650 gal/day and operate only 360 hours over t
12/21/90

(A/C no. 5789)

A330-445-90

District Contact:
Gregory Chee
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Engine injection timing retardation of 6 degrees

(Estimated total project emissions of 305 lbm/day)
     
Western Pacific Dredging Co.

General Motors Model No. 12-567 diesel-fired IC engine manifolded together with two other engines to common control devices (see determinations A330-428-90 and A330-429-90)
2/7/90

(App. no. 212138)

A330-430-90

District Contact:
Kien Huynh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2635
khuynh@aqmd.gov
Oxidation catalyst

No limit
(80% control expected)
Selective catalytic reduction

No limit
(94% estimated control)
    Catalyst guard bed

No limit
(80% control expected)
Western Pacific Dredging Co.

Cooper Bessemer Model No. JS-8-1 diesel-fired IC engine manifolded together with two other engines to common control devices (see determinations A330-428-90 and A330-430-90)
2/7/90

(App. no. 212138)

A330-429-90

District Contact:
Kien Huynh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2635
khuynh@aqmd.gov
Oxidation catalyst

No limit
(80% control expected)
Selective catalytic reduction

No limit
(94% estimated control)
    Catalyst guard bed

No limit
(80% control expected)
Western Pacific Dredging Co.

Cooper Bessemer Model No. LSV-16 diesel-fired IC engine manifolded together with two other engines to common control devices (see determinations A330-429-90 and A330-430-90)
2/7/90

(App no. 212138)

A330-428-90

District Contact:
Kien Huynh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2635
khuynh@aqmd.gov
Oxidation catalyst

No limit
(80% control expected)
Selective catalytic reduction using NERGAS catalyst

No limit
(94% estimated control)
    Catalyst guard bed

No limit
(80% control expected)
Smith-Rice Co.

2100 hp diesel-fired Caterpillar IC engine operated at 25% average capacity
8/31/89

(App. no. 185702)

A330-422-90

District Contact:
Kien Huynh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2635
khuynh@aqmd.gov
  Selective catalytic reduction using NERGAS catalyst

80% control
(at 25% load)
     
Texaco, Inc.
B.S. Duff #1 Well

Three 850 hp Caterpillar Model D398TA diesel IC engines (temporary source)
10/27/89

(A/C no. 5017)

A330-345-90

District Contact:
Gregory Chee
Monterey Bay Unified APCD
(408) 443-1135  
  Five degrees individual engine ignition timing retard

13.3 lbm/hr/unit
(equivalent to 7.1 g/bhp-hr)
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 96.D I.C. Engines - Compression Ignition, Non-Emergency => 228 hp

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Equipment or Process: Lean Melting Furnaces - Pot or Crucible, Non-Refining Operations Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Quemetco, Inc.

Gas-fired, 4.24 MMBtu/hr kettle-type furnace for a lead holding and refining operation
12/22/86

(App. no. 148339)

A380-206-87

District Contact:
Hamed Hassan
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2634
hhassan@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

95% control
(estimated)

Lead: Baghouse
98% control
(estimated)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 104.2 Lean Melting Furnaces - Pot or Crucible, Non-Refining Operations

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Equipment or Process: Liquid Transfer and Handling - Marine, Loading Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Moblie Oil Corp.

12,000 bbl/hr loading and unloading of gasoline at marine terminal
6/29/92

(App. No.: 265193)

A350-617-94

District Contact:
Thomas Yeh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2595
tyeh@aqmd.gov
IT-MxGill MEF-150 incinerator

No limit
       
Gaviota Terminal Co.

Thermal incinerator as part of VOC control system for marine tanker loading system using pipeline-quality gas for pilot fuel
5/13/87

(A/C no. 6408)

A350-327-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Burner management and use of pipeline-quality gas as pilot fuel

7.74 lbm/hr
Thermal De-NOx

6.92 lbm/hr
Jettweld sulfa-check hydrogen sulfide removal or equivalent; use of pipeline-quality gas as fuel; no more than 4 ppmv hydrogen sulfide content

6.65 lbm/hr
   
Gaviota Terminal Co.

100,000 bbl/day marine tanker loading system
5/13/87

(A/C no. 6408)

A350-326-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Vapor balance and collection system; refrigeration and condensation system; plus an incinerator and a backup flare

95% control
95.4 lbm/hr
       
Gaviota Terminal Co.

Vacuum trucks at oil and gas marine terminal
5/13/87

(A/C no. 6408)

A350-325-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Carbon cannisters on all vents to the atmosphere (or an equivalent system)

90% control
  Caustic scrubber (or equivalent)

No limit
   
Gaviota Terminal Co.

Drain sumps in service at oil and gas marine terminal
5/13/87

(A/C no. 6408)

A350-324-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Carbon cannisters on all vents to the atmosphere (or an equivalent system)

90% control
       
Gaviota Terminal Co.

Fugitive emission sources of reactive organic compounds in gas and liquid service at oil and gas marine terminal
5/13/87

(A/C no. 6408)

A350-323-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Inspection and maintenance program; relief valves vented to incinerator; pumps and compressors equipped with mechanical and tandem seals; open-ended valves blinded; HC service flanges equipped with proper gaskets

No limit
(Est. 77% control)
       
Exxon-SYU-Las Flores

John Zink Model PSFG14 tail-gas incinerator at stripping gas treatment plant processing a maximum of
15 Mscf/ day of platform gas
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-321-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Proper burner operation and use of pipeline-quality fuel for pilot gas

0.01 lbm/hr
0.004 lbm/MMBtu
Staged fuel-gas combustion at burner plus thermal De-NOx

38 ppmvd at 2% oxygen
1.4 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to
0.12 lbm/MMBtu)
24 ppmvd H2S content in pilot and 100 ppmvd in feed gas

87 ppmvd at 2% oxygen
4.5 lbm/hr
(Equivalent to
0.37 lbm/MMBtu)
Proper burner operation and use of pipeline-quality fuel for pilot gas

1.1 lbm/hr
0.092 lbm/MMBtu
24 ppmvd H2S content in pilot and 100 ppmvd in feed gas

Estimated emission of
0.062 lbm/MMBtu
Exxon Co. USA

Vacuum trucks at oil and stripping gas treatment plant
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-318-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Use of carbon cannisters on all atmospheric vents

No limit
(Estimated 90% control from use of carbon cannisters on vents)
       
Exxon Co. USA

Drain sumps at oil and stripping gas treatment facility
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-317-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Use of carbon cannisters on all atmospheric vents

No limit
(Estimated 90% control from use of carbon cannister)
       
Exxon Co. USA

Fugitive emission sources of reactive organic compounds at oil and stripping gas treatment facility
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-316-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Inspection and maintenance program; closed purge sampling system

No limit
(Estimated 77% control)
       
Exxon Co. USA

Depressuring of vessels
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-315-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Depressure to vapor control system or flare and purge with pipeline-quality gas

No limit
  Venting of exhaust gases through amine contactor unit (TGCU) for
H2S control

No limit
   
Exxon Co. USA

Transportation terminal for loading crude petroleum (oil storage facilities, tanker loading, tanker loading pumps, pipeline booster pumps)
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-313-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Vapor recovery and control system (compressors, refrigeration unit, and John Zink YEO incinerator)

99.8% control
       
Exxon-SYU-Las Flores

John Zink YEO incinerator (part of VOC control system serving two 270,000 barrel crude oil storage tanks at marine transportation terminal)
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-312-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
  Thermal De-NOx

0.43 lbm/hr while recharging storage tank and 1.40 lbm/hr at all other times
Sulfur content limited to 24 ppmvd

0.45 lbm/hr while recharging storage tank and 1.80 lbm/hr at all other times
   
Exxon Co. USA

Pilot operations of custom Z to G
John Zink thermal oxidizer at oil treating plant processing
140,000 barrels/day of dry oil
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-311-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
  Proper burner operation

100 lbm/MMscf of fuel gas
Fuel-gas sulfur content not to exceed 24 ppmvd

4.05 lbm/MMscf of fuel gas
Proper burner operation

20 lbm/MMscf of fuel gas
Custom burner design

4 lbm/MMscf of fuel gas
Wickland Oil

Marine loading with capacity of 10,000 barrels per day
6/86

(A/C no. 30472)

A340-141-86

District Contact:
Steve Hill
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
No controls        
Chevron-Gaviota

Depressuring of vessels at marine loading terminal
2/6/86

(A/C no. 5704)

A350-133-86

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Depressure to vapor control system, purge with pipeline-quality gas

100% control
  Vent exhaust thru caustic scrubber for H2S control

80% control
   
Chevron-Gaviota

Fugitive ROC at marine terminal
2/6/86

(A/C no. 5704)

A350-131-86

District Contact:
Bill Master
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
I & M for onshore facilities, pressure relief devices, etc.

60% eff. (gas)
70% (oil)
15.7 lbm/hr
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 107 Liquid Transfer and Handling - Marine, Loading

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Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
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Van Waters & Rogers

Four truck loading stations limited to loading a total of 60,000 gal/day and 4,000,000 gal/yr. of organic liquids (mineral spirits, styrene, etc.) into trucks. Nonvolatile liquids not counted towards gallonage limit.
9/9/99

(A/C No.: 353762)

A360-917-00

District Contact:
Belinda C. Wan
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2532
bwan@aqmd.gov
John Zink model ZCS-1-4-20X-3/10 direct-flame thermal oxidizer with two 3.6 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired burners. One burner is for the passive source and one is for the blower-assisted sources

4 tons/yr VOC emissions facility wide (95% control)
       
Stockton Transmodal, Inc.

Railcar unloading operation into trucks with limits of 10000 gal/day methanol, 3500 gal/ day propylene, and 4500 gal/day 2-ethyl hexyl nitrate
8/6/96

(A/C no. N-3479-3-0)

A430-729-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Bottom loading with vapor recovery system having a control efficiency of at least 95%

26.9 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 95% control efficiency)
       
Texaco Trading and Transportation, Inc.

12,000 bbl/day bottom loading light crude oil truck rack
4/14/95

(A/C no. S-83-6-0)

A350-641-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Bottom loading with dry break couplers and vapor collection with air-assisted flare having pilot fired with natural gas

10.1 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 99% control)
Bottom loading with dry break couplers and vapor collection with air-assisted flare having pilot fired with natural gas

12 lbm/day
(Equivalent to
0.100 lbm/MMBtu)
    Bottom loading with dry break couplers and vapor collection with air-assisted flare having pilot fired on natural gas

2.5 lbm/day
(Equivalent to
0.012 lbm/MMBtu)
Chevron-Gaviota

Natural gas liquids and liquified petroleum truck loading
2/6/86

(A/C no. 5704)

A350-127-86

District Contact:
Bill Master
Santa Barbara APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Submerged loading with closed vapor balance system

100% control
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 109 Liquid Transfer and Handling - Tank Truck and Rail Car Bulk Loading

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Equipment or Process: Lithographic Offset Printing - Heatset Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
West Coast Lithographers, Inc.

Komori Lithrone sheet-feed lithographic printing presses with integral dryers
10/15/92

(A/C no. 8582)

A340-583-93

District Contact:
Thu Bui
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-5119  
Kerosene-like oil-based inks, no more than 10% by vol. VOC fountain solution, and no more than 30% by vol. VOC clean-up solvents (or 7.71 lbm/gal VOC and VOC vapor pressure less than 25 mm Hg)

No limit
       
Everett Graphics Co.

Heidelberg model 1025-LE color lithographic press with an output capacity of 13,000 sheets/hr
7/30/92

(A/C no. 7765)

A340-582-93

District Contact:
Weyman Lee
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4708  
Soy-based inks with no more than 8.5% VOC by wt., fountain solutions with no more than 4% VOC by wt., clean-up solvent with no more than 4 lbm VOC/gal, clear coat with no VOC

No limit
       
Consolidated Publications

Hantscho two-web lithographic printing press with 5 MMBtu/hr natural-gas, two-web drying oven and having an output capacity
38,000 impressions/hr
1/22/92

(A/C no. 7920)

A340-534-92

District Contact:
Julian Elliot
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4705  
TEC Systems Phoenix 2000 1.5 MMBtu/hr thermal oxidizer operating at
1100i F; Less than 12% VOC fountain solution; Less than 10 mm Hg cleanup solvents at 20 degrees C

95% POC destruction efficiency by thermal oxidizer
       
Freedom Newspaper Inc.

Rockwell newspaper printing system: Lithographic offset press (heatset) with a natural gas oven
11/1/90

(App. No.:238609 and 238610)

A340-508-92

District:
Charlie Tupac
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2684
ctupac@aqmd.gov
TEC Systems thermal oxidizer

95% destruction efficiency limit
       
Graphics Media

Hantscho four-color lithographic web offset press and 3.3 MMBtu/hr TEC oven
4/15/90

(App. nos. 222994 and 222995)

A340-459-90

District Contact:
Stacey Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
Catalytic oxidizer

95% destruction
68 lbm/day
       
Forms Engineering Co.

Two Goebel lithographic web offset presses and two 2.3 MMBtu/hr TEC Systems dryers
4/15/90

(App. nos. 221393 thru 221395)

A340-457-90

District Contact:
Stacey Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
Afterburner

95% destruction efficiency
68 lbm/day
       
George Rice and Sons
(printing line no. 10)

250 hp Harris M300 lithographic web offset press with 4.2 MMBtu/hr TEC gas dryer
3/1/90

(App. no. 209357)

A390-437-90

District Contact:
Stacey Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
Thermal oxidizer; 12% fountain solution limit

90% destruction efficiency
       
Midway Press, Inc

250 hp Harris lithographic web offset and 4.2 MMBtu/hr TEC gas dryer
3/3/89

(App. nos. 173321 and 173328)

A340-434-90

District Contact:
Stacey Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
Afterburner

52 lbm/day
(Assumed control efficiency of 85%)
       
W. A. Krueger Co.

8-color Harris lithographic offset printing press with 8.8 MMBtu/hr gas-fired oven
4/11/89

(App. nos. 182297 and 192298)

A340-426-90

District Contact:
Jim Serbia
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2523
jserbia@aqmd.gov
Afterburner

64% control
       
South Coast Printing

TEC heat-set, lithographic, web printing press
6/5/89

(App. nos. 183978 and 183979)

A340-423-90

District Contact:
Ed Guy
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2521
eguy@aqmd.gov
Afterburner

91% control
       
Lithographix, Inc.

Heidelberg web offset press and 2.22 MMBtu/hr gas dryer
6/27/89

(App. nos. 192015 and 192016)

A340-405-90

District Contact:
Stacey Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
TEC afterburner

40 lbm/day
       
Calif. Offset Printers

Hantscho Model MK-16 lithographic printing press and Miehle II lithographic printing press
4/19/89

(App. no. 180437)

A340-375-90

District Contact:
Sidney Baker
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2524
sbaker@aqmd.gov
Thermal oxidizer

90% control
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 110.1 Lithographic Offset Printing - Heatset

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Smart Cards USA, Inc.

Heidelberg model 74-5 Speedmaster sheet fed lithographic printing press, printing on paper and plastic stock, with an ultra-violet curing oven
12/21/99

(A/C No.: 358382)

A340-965-00

District Contact:
Rene Loof
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2544
rloof@aqmd.gov
Low-VOC (VOC<50 g/l) UV curable inks, low VOC, fountain solution VOC limit of 0.6 lb/gal (8% by volume), and low-VOC clean-up solvent with a composite vapor pressure limit of 5 mmHg

3,780 lbs/ calender month facility wide
       
International Paper Company

Graphics arts printing operation with eight Comexi model X2108 CNC 7-color flexigraphic presses and two Eclipse 1.2 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired dryers. Presses feed into a flexographic coating station.
10/7/99

(A/C No.: C-264-11-1)

A340-950-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
Use of ultra-violet cured and low-VOC content inks (1.0 lb VOC/gal normal coating), 3.3 lb VOC/gal specialty metallic coating, 0.63 lb VOC/gal varnish. All VOC limits are less water and exempt compounds

No limit
       
Brothers Printing Company

Heidelberg model SORS/Z sheet fed, single color lithographic printing
n.d.

(Application No.: 356664)

A340-938-00

District Contact:
Amir Dejbakhsh
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2618
adejbakhsh@aqmd.gov
Use of Regulation XI compliant materials. Fountain solution limited to no more than 8% VOC by volume.

667 lbs/month VOC facility wide
(Equivalent to compliance with Regulation XI)
       
Kirk Plastic Co. Inc, Kirk Plastic Inc.

Printing and drying system: Printing Press no. 2, Lithographic, Heidelberg sheet feed, model Sormz, s/n 523-675, two color, 29" sheet width, 19.5 hp; 2) 163 KVA Printing Research Super Blue UV/infrared dryer
5/8/95

(Application no. 302577)

A430-891-99

District Contact:
Knut Beruldsen
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3136
kberuldsen@aqmd.gov
Ultraviolet/infrared dryer

68 lb/day
       
Pacific Southwest Container

Offset lithographic non-heatset press
12/19/96

(A/C no. N-3606-9-0)

A370-772-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
VOC contents limited to 5 and 6% for inks and fountain soluntion, respectively, less water and exempt compounds, except for high end graphics with 30 and 15 %, respectively

77 lbm/day
       
Sinclair Printing Co.

Harris nine-color lithographic printing press with 36-inch web width
10/9/90

(App. no. 197794)

A340-464-91

District Contact:
Stacey Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
Solution VOC limits as applied: fountain solution no greater than 9% VOC; blanket wash no greater than 3.2 lbm VOC/gal; roller wash no greater than 2.3 lbm VOC/gal

201 lbm/day
       
George Rice and Sons

Five 67 hp Heidelberg sheet-fed lithographic offset presses modified by the addition of
five infrared dryers
6/28/90

(App. nos. 215488 thru 215492)

A340-439-90

District Contact:
Stacey Ebiner
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2504
sebiner@aqmd.gov
Low VOC inks (<300 g/l)

597 lbm/day total for
five units
       
International Paper

7000 sheet/hr lithographic single-sheet printing press
3/23/89

(A/C no. 1338)

A340-340-89

District Contact:
Doug Hall
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Low-solvent inks with no more than 10% VOC by volume; chilled fountain solution (no more than
45 degrees F)

15.7 tons/yr
       
Stecher-Traung-Schmidt

Lithographic color printing press
11/5/85

(A/C no. 30733)

A340-111-86

District Contact:
Ellen Linder
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Low VOC solutions, refrigeration and alcohol reclaim, low VOC ink

15% VOC content
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 110.2 Lithographic Offset Printing - Non-Heatset

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Equipment or Process: Metal Annealing Furnaces Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
U.S.S. Posco Industries

95.7 MMBtu/hr Mitsubishi - Custom Kawasaki annealing furnance
12/14/87

(A/C no. 32211)

A310-881-99

District Contact:
Don Van Buren
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4746
dvanburen@baaqmd.gov
  Mitsubishi Selective Catalytic Reduction unit

50 lb/day
     
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 111.2 Metal Annealing Furnaces

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Equipment or Process: Mixer or Blender - Wet Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Van Waters & Rogers

Three 8,000 gal blending tank use to prepare batches containing organic liquids and powder with particle size greater then 10 microns. Throughput limited to 1,000,000 gal/yr.
9/9/99

(A/C No.: 353756)

A360-919-00

District Contact:
Belinda C. Wan
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2532
bwan@aqmd.gov
John Zink model ZCS-1-4-20X-3/10 direct-flame thermal oxidizer with two 3.6 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired burners. One burner is for the passive source and one is for the blower-assisted sources

4 tons/yr VOC emissions facility wide (95% control)
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 114 Mixer or Blender - Wet

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Equipment or Process: Non-Metallic Mineral Processing - Except Rock and Aggregate Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Celite Corporation - Lompoc Plant

Mikopul model 611R-10-30-TR"C" general waste baghouse to collect waste material throughout the powder-mill system. 611 pulse air stacks each 10 ft. long; fabric: dual density polyester felt, single outside surface.
1/21/99

(A/C no. 10023)

A390-876-99

District Contact:
Michael Goldman
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8821
goldmanm@sbcapcd.org
        Mikopul model 611R-10-30-TR"C" general waste baghouse; Rating: 23,000 scfm

0.0045 gr/dscf
stack opacity can not exceed 10%
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 117 Non-Metallic Mineral Processing - Except Rock and Aggregate

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Equipment or Process: Nut Roasting Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Security Trust/Safeway

4.4 MMBtu/hr peanut roasting operation fired on natural gas with a limit of 21 tons/day throughput
5/30/97

(A/C no. N-3839-3-0)

A370-780-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No control

0.1 lbm/ton output
No control

0.1 lbm/MMBtu
    No control

0.54 lbm/ton output
Cornnuts, Incorporated

Heat and Control model no. CNC5516.5 cornnut cooker with a limit of 8000 lb/hr and 96 ton/day of cornnuts processed
7/1/96

(A/C no. C-375-1-1)

A370-736-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Mist eliminator followed by a Sly Manufacturing venturi scrubber with cyclonic separator

0.0081 gr/dscf
22.97 lbm/day
Homa Ranch

Gas-fired Proctor Schuatz nut roaster/cooler with
two 1.6 MMBtu/hr burners
9/23/93

(A/C no. S-713-4-2)

A370-600-93

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
  Natural-gas fuel firing with exit-gas recirculation

0.095 lbm/MMBtu
    Natural gas fuel firing and P&F model no. RJ10-336-4728 pulse jet baghouse

0.0048 lbm/MMBtu
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 118 Nut Roasting

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Equipment or Process: Nut Roasting - Handling Equipment Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: Less than 2,000 lbs/hr Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Blackwell Land Company, Inc.

2,500 lbm/hr Pistachio Finishing Operation inlcuding a needle separator with fines discharge airleg
12/26/84

(A/C # 3004006)

A370-061-85

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
        RL Enterprises high efficiency cyclone discharging to two sock filters in parallel

0.63 lbm/hr
Kern Pistachio Coop.

Pistachio precleaning/ hulling /drying
7/25/84

(A/C # 3068002A)

A370-045-84

District Contact:
Tuan Ngo
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(former Kern County APCD)
(805) 861-3682  
        High frequency cyclones and fabric collector

0.24 gr/scf (cyclone)
0.0084 gr/scf (fabric collector)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 119 Nut Roasting - Handling Equipment

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Equipment or Process: Oil and Gas Production - Combined Tankage Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
R & R Resources

1000 bbl fixed-roof petroleum storage tank
10/15/96

(A/C no. S-1339-7-1)

A350-743-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
PV-vent set to within 10% of maximum allowable working pressure

8.755 lbm/day
2.35 psia TVP
       
Unocal California Pipeline Company

84,000 bbl floating roof welded tank acting as surge tank for oil pipeline
2/26/93

(A/C no. S-1522-0001-03)

A350-569-93

District Contact:
B. Coppersmith
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Secondary wiper seal with primary metal shoe shield (Flex-A-Shield)

No limit
       
San Joaquin Refining Co.

4105 bbl/day diesel hydrogenation unit used in production of low-sulfur diesel fuel
10/22/91

(A/C no. 2015079)

A350-488-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Allan Phillips
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
    Sulfur recovery unit with tail-gas treating unit using amine-based solvent to treat gas to 10 ppm hydrogen sulfide and continuous incineration

95% control efficiency
   
Shell Western Exploration and Production

Modification to 1,000 bbl fixed-roof crude oil tank to allow throughput increase of
200 barrels per day
9/27/91

(A/C no. 4013376B)

A350-484-91

District Contact:
Kathleen Proffer
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Vapor recovery system, including one vapor control line (vacuum line), one pressure valve, and one non-condensible vapor piping to incineration devices

99% control efficiency
       
Shell Western Exploration and Production

Modification to 1,000 bbl fixed-roof crude oil tank to allow throughput increase of
200 barrels per day
9/27/91

(A/C no. 4013375B)

A350-483-91

District Contact:
Kathleen Proffer
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Vapor recovery system, including one vapor control line (vacuum line), one pressure valve, and one non-condensible vapor piping to incineration devices

99% control efficiency
       
Exxon Co. USA

Vapor recovery system on oil treating plant processing 140,000 barrels of dry oil per day each
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-310-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Thermal oxidizer

5.3 lbm/mmscf of pilot gas
       
Exxon Co. USA

Oil treating plant processing 140,000 barrels of dry oil per day each
11/19/87

(A/C no. 5651)

A350-309-89

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8800  
Vapor recovery system

99.8% control efficiency
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 120 Oil and Gas Production - Combined Tankage

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Equipment or Process: Oil and Gas Production - Wellhead Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Beard Brothers Oil and Gas
Cyclically-injected steam-enhanced oil production operation

Four cyclically steam enhanced oil production wells
4/11/96

(A/C no. S-2963-1-0)

A350-752-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No control

13 lbm/day/well
       
General Production Oil

Three cyclically enhanced oil production well pilot test limited to 180 days of operation
8/11/95

(A/C no. S-2796-1-0)

A350-664-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Fugitive emissions limited by number of wells, inspection and maintenance program, and closed casing vents

3.6 lbm/well-day
       
ARCO Oil and Gas Company

Thermally enhanced oil recovery wells
10/20/93

(A/C no. S-1135-183-2)

A350-639-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Vapor control oil well casing vent piping network with pressure regulators tied into existing tank vapor control system

No limit
(Equivalent control efficiency of 99%)
       
Bakersfield Energy Resources
Heavy oil cycling steam project

Casing vapor collection system
5/12/92

(A/C nos. 4225007 thru 014)

A350-556-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Condensation unit

71% control efficiency
       
Mobil Oil Company

Thermally enhanced oil recovery operation with sulfur removal system (Sulfa-Check or Sulfarox)
6/16/92

(A/C no. 4011232B)

A350-543-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Mike Buss
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
    Sulfa check sulfur scrubbing system for H2S control

95% control efficiency
   
Chevron - Cymric Field

Petroleum TEOR polish rod used in oil well
10/18/91

(A/C no. 4008352G)

A350-491-91

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Mike Buss
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Inspection and maintenance program

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 53%)
       
Mobil Oil Co.

In situ combustion on a well vent control system
1/3/89

(A/C no. 4011)

A350-362-90

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
    Sulfa check sulfur scrubbing system

90% control
  Sulfa check sulfur scrubbing system

31.4 lbm/day
Midsun Partners

Seventeen casing vents for TEOR oil wells
1/20/89

(A/C no. 4184002)

A350-304-89

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
Refrigeration to separate condensible vapors; compression of non-condensible gases followed by injection into underground oil production zones

99% control
53.38 lbm/day
       
Petro-Lewis Corp.

Well vent emissions for
91 steam drive wells
2/10/87

(A/C no. 4052134A)

A350-173-87

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
Collection, condensation, and compression system with incineration in scrubbed steam generators

99% control
11.91 lbm/hr
       
Elk Hills Naval Petroleum Reserve #1

Steam drive well vent vapor collection
4/26/86

(A/C no. 4091178)

A350-122-86

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
Gas/condensate separation, heat exchangers, gas vented to pipeline

99% control
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 121 Oil and Gas Production - Wellhead

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Equipment or Process: Open Spraying - Spray Gun Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Concrete Products, Inc.

Concrete products coating operation (open spraying)
3/12/98

(A/C no. N-3448-1-1)

A340-834-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Water based coatings with a VOC content of 0.6 lb/gal less water and exempt compounds or less HVLP application equipment

8.9 lbm/day
      HVLP application equipment

54.7 lbm/day
Valley Detroit Diesel
Allison Paint spraying operation

Paint spray operation of for metal parts limited to 1 qt paint/day
12/22/92

(A/C no. S-0149-0001-00)

A340-570-93

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
HVLP spray gun, low VOC paints, and enclosed gun washing system

1.7 lbm/day
      HVLP spray gun to increase transfer efficiency

0.04 lbm/day
Tracor Flight System

Aerospace component and assembly manufacturing operations limited to
2.5 gal/day of aircraft coating use
10/23/91

(A/C no. 0102001A)

A340-560-92

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern County APCD
(805) 861-2593  
Low VOC coatings

(Estimated emissions of 19.9 lbm/day)
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 122.A Open Spraying - Spray Gun

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Equipment or Process: Pharmaceutical - Operations Involving Solvents Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
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Kelco
Division of Merck, Inc.

Biogum processing lines with capacities of 8,500 and
17,000 cfm
7/26/91

(App. no. 901495)

A410-590-93

District Contact:
Stan Romelczyk
San Diego Co. APCD
(619) 694-3308  
Diall water scrubbers

95% control efficiency
       
ICN Pharmaceuticals

Four 500,000 Btu/hr steam-heated drying ovens
8/16/89

(App. nos. 183967 thru 183971)

A360-401-90

District Contact:
Belinda Wan
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2532
bwan@aqmd.gov
Double-bed type carbon adsorber

No limit
(estimate control efficiency of 97%)
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 124 Pharmaceutical - Operations Involving Solvents

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Equipment or Process: Polyester Resin Operations - Molding and Casting Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Syntec Marble, Inc.

Polyester resin operation for synthetic marble casting
3/15/96

(A/C no. N-3311-1-0 & N-3311-2-0)

A410-688-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Use of the low-VOC resins with a monomer content of 30%, pigmented gel coats with a maximum monomer content of 35%, and clear gel coat with maximum monomer content of 47%

28lbm/day for N-3311-1-0
20.8 lbm/day for N-3311-2-0
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 129 Polyester Resin Operations - Molding and Casting

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Equipment or Process: Polystyrene Extruder Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Pactuco

Polystrene extrusion process using 1000 lbm EP5/hr
12/9/96

(A/C no. 9133)

A340-732-96

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805)961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
Pentane ventilation collection system vented to 3000 HECO recuperative thermal oxidizer rated at 3000 scfm

98.5% destruction efficiency or 10 ppmvd
Cyclomax low-NOx burner on 3.5 MMBtu/hr recuperative thermal oxidizer

No control
(Controlled level at 25 ppmvd at 3% oxygen)
     
Dart Container Corp.

Styrofoam cup mfg.: mixers, pre-expanders, and cup presses
2/22/88

(A/C no. 87-158)

A410-267-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Co. APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Pentane collection system Hoods ducted to boilers for incineration

250 lbm/day
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 130 Polystyrene Extruder

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Equipment or Process: Polystyrene Manufacturing Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Tennco Packaging Specialty

Reclaim Line for ground polystyrene: hopper served by a MAC #39AVRC14 baghouse; #EX-70 reclaim extruder served by a Smog Hog SH20 electrostatic precipatator; #F-71 feed blower; #F-72 discharge blower feeding reclaim silos
10/13/99

(A/C # C-36-22-0)

A410-969-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(599) 230-5909
george.hienen@valleyair.org
1.5 MMBtu/hr CE model 13.6 ROCC98 Combu-Changer Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer

0.323 lb VOC/ton reclaimed foam
24 tons reclaimed foam/day
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 131 Polystyrene Manufacturing

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Equipment or Process: Pressure Relief Valves, Emergency - Process Units Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Pacific Offshore Pipeline Co.

Fugitive hydrocarbon emissions from pressure relief devices at an oilfield natural gas processing plant
2/4/97

(A/C no. 9047)

A350-748-97

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
All pressure relief devices to be routed by a closed vent system to a thermal oxidizer

100 ppmv THC w/ EPA Method 21
95% combined capture/destruction at thermal oxidizer
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 135 Pressure Relief Valves, Emergency - Process Units

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Equipment or Process: Process Valves - Gate, Globe, and Ball Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Pacific Offshore Pipeline Co.

Fugitive hydrocarbon emissions from valves at an oilfield natural gas processing plant
2/4/97

(A/C no. 9047)

A350-746-97

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
Low emission design valves (e.g., seamless bellows and low-emission packing); leak detection and repair (LDAR) program

LDAR minor leak threshold of 100 ppmv THC using EPA Method 21
       
Ultramar, Inc.

Process valves
10/7/91

(App. no. 256881)

A350-614-94

District Contact:
Chris Perri
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2696
cperri@aqmd.gov
Bellon seal valves

500 ppmvd
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 136 Process Valves - Gate, Globe, and Ball

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Equipment or Process: Pumps Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Pacific Offshore Pipeline Co.

Fugitive hydrocarbon emissions from pumps in liquid service at an oilfield natural gas processing plant
2/4/97

(A/C no. 9047)

A350-750-97

District Contact:
Steve Sterner
Santa Barbara Co. APCD
(805) 961-8886
sterners@sbcapcd.org
Double mechanical seal and barrier fluid system; leak detection and repair program

500 ppmv THC threshold using EPA Method 21
       
Lone Star Gas Liquids Processing, Inc.

Pump and compressor seals at chemical plants
12/13/95

(A/C no. S-71-1-3 & S-71-4-4)

A350-702-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Inspection and maintenance program pursuant to SJVUAPCD Rule 4452

500 ppmv at leaks
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 137 Pumps

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Equipment or Process: Reactor with Atmospheric Vent Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Amvac Chemical Corp.

30,000 lbm/day Pentochloronitrobenzene chlorination unit
3/23/90

(App. no. 197812)

A360-438-90

District Contact:
John Yee
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2531  
        Micropul baghouse controlling crude PCNB dryer and custom three-stage caustic scrubber controlling several emission points

1 lbm/day enforced with 8-hour test; 99% baghouse control efficiency;
99% scrubber control efficiency
Lonza Corp.

Three Pfaudler reactors, two chlorosulfonic acid weigh tanks, and a hydrochloric acid storage tank
4/28/87

(App. no. 149532)

A360-236-87

District Contact:
Milton Cohen
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2508
mcohen@aqmd.gov
        Falling-film packed absorber with offset tails tower, and stripper absorber all vented to a caustic trap

99.9% control
27 lbm/day
Stepan Chemical Co.

Sulfur trioxide gas unit
(680 lbm/hr S input capacity)
1/20/87

(App. no. 150942)

A360-213-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
    Caustic scrubber

No limit
(Estimated control level of 99.5%)
   
Amvac Chemical Corp.

Reactors, tanks, and accessories for manufacturing insecticide
11/26/86

(App. no. 146831)

A360-178-87

District Contact:
John Yee
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2531  
Afterburner and scrubbers

No limit
(Estimated control level of 99.99%)
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 138 Reactor with Atmospheric Vent

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Equipment or Process: Rendering - Evaporators, Cookers, and Dryers Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
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Dan Copp Crushing Corporation

Crushing, screening, and conveying operations at
450 ton/hr concrete and asphalt recycle plant
9/8/93

(A/C no. S-1926-1-0)

A390-594-93

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805)862-5200  
        Water supession for screen and conveyors; DCE model no. DLMV 30/15F10 on for crusher

0.0252 lbm/ton
Darling-Delaware Co.

Animal rendering operation with steam heated cooker
(Controls required to reduce odor)
12/8/89

(A/C no. 1100010104)

A370-435-90

District Contact:
Martin Keast
Fresno Co. APCD
(209) 445-3239  
Afterburner

(Estimated HC control level of 99%)
       
Darling Delaware Co.

Rendering plant, including cookers, condensers, and presses
10/18/89

(App. no. 186623)

A370-360-90

District Contact:
Rob Castro
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2552
rcastro@aqmd.gov
        Afterburner/waste heat boiler and Venturi scrubber

No limit
(Expected control level of 90%)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 140 Rendering - Evaporators, Cookers, and Dryers

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Equipment or Process: Rendering - Grease and Blood Processing Revision: 3.0
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VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Foster Food Products
(Rendering Plant)

Anco-Eaglin Feather Hydrolizer with 240 ton/day throughput capacity
2/19/98

(A/C no. N-1252-1-2)

A370-848-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
3.2 MMBtu/hr thermal oxidizer

2.4 lbm/day
      3.2 MMBtu/hr thermal oxidizer

5.7 lbm/day
Foster Food Products
(Rendering Plant)

Anco Perk Pans and the Dupps Expeller with 696 tons/day throughput capacity
2/19/98

(A/C no. N-1252-1-2)

A370-847-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Odor scrubber with a particulate removal system that consists of a particulate scrubber with an overall control of 95% or better PM10 control

57.1 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 95% control)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 141 Rendering - Grease and Blood Processing

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Equipment or Process: Rock - Aggregate Processing Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
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VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Channel & Basin Reclamation

810 bhp limited-life diesel-fired internal combustion engine powering an electrical generator in a remote location. To be removed by May 31, 2001 (less than two years total life). Operation limited to 10 hr/day.
8/17/99

(A/C No.: S-33517-2-0

A330-956-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
  Turbocharger and intercooler with timing retarded four degrees from standard setting

5.4 g/bhp-hr
     
A & M Products

22.7 MMBtu/hr rotary aggregate dryer with Jauck Starjet SJG burner processing 15 tons aggregrate per hour
4/13/95

(A/C no. S-1233-2-0)

A390-654-95

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
  Use of LPG fuel

44.5 lbm/day
(Equivalent to
0.14 lbm/MMBtu)
Use of LPG fuel

3.7 lbm/day
(Equivalent to
0.012 lbm/MMBtu)
  Fuller Company baghouse

27.1 lbm/day
CalMat Company

1000 ton/hr primary aggregate processing system, including jaw crusher
2/11/92

(A/C no. 233373)

A390-630-94

District Contact:
Lisa Mirisola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2638
lbasilio@aqqmd.gov
        Flex-Kleen baghouse

No limit
(Controlled emissions approximately
0.136 gr/dscf at 2350 scfm or 99% control efficiency)
CalMat Company

1000 ton/hr aggregrate processing system, including two cone crushers
2/11/92

(A/C no. 233374)

A390-629-94

District Contact:
Lisa Mirisola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2638
lbasilio@aqqmd.gov
        Flex-Kleen baghouse

No limit
(Controlled emissions approximately
0.123 gr/dscf at 3100 scfm or 99% control efficiency)
Mark West Quarry

45 ton/hr secondary cone crusher and mineral screeners (addition to existing aggregate crushing operation)
4/2/93

(A/C no. 10641)

A390-576-93

District Contact:
Ted Hull
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 749-4919  
        Enclosures, curtains, and high 50 micron water mist foggers

Visible emission opacity of Ringleman 0.5
Rio Rock Materials, Inc.

Aggregate crushing and screening operation permitted to process 480 tons/hr throughput for
10 hours/day
2/9/93

(A/C no. S-0764-0001-00)

A390-568-93

District Contact:
Tom Goff/Hans Hu
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
        Baghouse on crushers, water sprays on all transfer points

0.0012 gr/dscf at 8000 scf for baghouse
Bluestone Aggregate

Aggregate crushing and screening operation with a capacity to process
200 tons/hr; includes crushers, screens, stackers, and conveyors
7/15/92

(A/C no. S-0136-0001-00)

A390-542-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
        Water spray bars, enclosures at entrances and exits of crushers

13.77 lbm/day
Horwitz Quarry

500 ton/hr electric asphalt base plant
2/25/91

(App. no. 230555)

A390-524-92

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        DCE model DLM V30/15F or DLM V60 /15F dust collector

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99%)
Horwitz Quarry

1000 ton/hr aggregate processing system
2/25/91

(App. no. 230546)

A390-523-92

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        DCE model DLM V30/15F or DLM V60/15F dust collector

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99%)
Calmat Company

3000 ton/hr aggregate processing system operating
16 hours per day
9/12/91

(App. no. 241926)

A390-522-92

District Contact:
M. Quizon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2639
mquizon@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99%)
Calmat Company

3000 ton/hr aggregate processing system operating
16 hours per day
9/12/91

(App. no. 233351)

A390-521-92

District Contact:
M. Quizon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2639
mquizon@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99%)
Calmat Company

3000 ton/hr aggregate processing system operating 16 hours per day
9/12/91

(App. no. 241927)

A390-520-92

District Contact:
M. Quizon
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2639
mquizon@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99%)
Blue Diamond Materials

500 ton/hr portable aggregate processing plant
10/29/90

(App. no. 229973)

A390-456-90

District Contact:
Sean Cullins
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2655
scullins@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated control of 99%)
Coffman Construction

300 cubic yards/hr concrete batch plant
9/4/90

(App. no. 228979)

A390-455-90

District Contact:
Sean Cullins
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2655
scullins@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emission level of 0.0958 gr/dscf)
Puente Ready Mix, Inc.

200 cubic yard/hr concrete batch plant
4/18/90

(App. no. 225059)

A390-449-90

District Contact:
Sean Cullins
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2655
scullins@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions level of 0.0120 gr/dscf)
Santa Clarita Minerals

Ilmenite ore benefaction system capable of processing
2,640 tons/day including rotary dryer, conveyors, screens, electrostatic and magnetic separators
5/9/90

(A/C no. 2015079)

A390-448-90

District Contact:
Rick Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Cyclone and baghouse

Assumed capture efficiency of 84% and 99% for cyclone and baghouse, respectively
Owl Rock Products Co.

Aggregate operation, including jaw crusher, screens, cone crusher, and conveyors with a capacity to process
1,200 tons/hr
5/2/90

(App. nos. 209433, 209434, 209436 thru 209438, and 209419 thru 209424)

A390-447-90

District Contact:
Rick Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Dust collectors

No limit
(Assumed capture efficiency 99%)
Wyroc, Inc.

2500 ton/day aggregate plant
5/12/89

(App. no. 186168)

A390-427-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse, fabric filter

No limit
(Estimated control level of 93%)
Massey Sand & Rock, Inc.

9600 ton/day rock crushing operation
6/20/89

(App. no. 187381)

A390-409-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Expected emission level of 72 lbm/day)
Asphalt Const. Co., Inc.

175 tons/hr aggregate plant
12/21/88

(A/C no. 1014009B)

A390-307-89

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern Co. APCD
(805) 861-2593  
        Water spray

No limit
(Estimated control level of 50%)
Kern Rock Co.

Aggregate hoppers and conveyors rated at
300 tons/hr
3/9/89

(A/C no. 1025018A)

A390-306-89

District Contact:
Tom Paxson
Kern Co. APCD
(805) 861-2593  
        Water spray at transfer points; enclosure of transfer points

No limit
(Expected emission level of 59.88 lbm/day)
Granite Const. Co.

300 ton/hr portable rock plant powered by a 380 hp diesel reciprocating engine
3/27/87

(A/C no. 86-118)

A390-268-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Co. APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Spray foggers

59 lbm/day
47% control efficiency
Tutor Saliba Corp.

270 ton/day aggregate receiving and storage system
7/7/87

(App. no. 158121)

A390-227-87

District Contact:
Ron Lem
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2654
rlem@aqmd.gov
        Water spray

9.7 lbm/day
(Estimated level of
50% control)
Granite Const. Co.

500 ton/hr portable rock crusher
4/29/87

(A/C no. 8666)

A390-214-87

District Contact:
Aleta Kennard
Sacramento Metro AQMD
(916) 386-6650  
        Water spray bars

15% opacity
(approx. 70% control)
Granite Const. Co.

1000 ton/hr rock crushing plant
10/9/86

(A/C no. 8470)

A390-155-86

District Contact:
Aleta Kennard
Sacramento Metro AQMD
(916) 386-6650  
        Sonic dry fog dust suppression system

10% opacity, except for
15% opacity at crushers
(Assumed control level of 97%)
Diamond A Ranch Quarry
(Oliver de Silva)

300 ton/hr rock crushing plant
6/2/86

(A/C no. 30724)

A390-142-86

District Contact:
Greg Stone
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
        Water spray and baghouse

0.02 gr/decf
99.7% control
10% opacity
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 144 Rock - Aggregate Processing

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Equipment or Process: Rotogravure Printing - Publication and Packaging Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Merced Color Press

Heidleberg Harris model G-19 offset lithographic heatset printing press and 9.2 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired Thermal Electron model A3406E drying oven served by REECO Retherm model E regenerative thermal oxidizer
5/30/97

(A/C no. N-1646-21-0)

A410-796-97

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
18 MMBtu/hr REECO Retherm Model E regenerative thermal oxidizer

70.1 lbm/day
Natural gas fuel in the dryin oven

65 ppmvd @ 3% O2
     
Dopaco, Inc.

Three Champlin rotogravure printing presses
11/10/87

(A/C no. 87-125-127)

A340-265-88

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Co. APCD
(559) 230-5909  
Low VOC ink
(300 g/l maximum)

807.7 lbm/day
84.75 tons/yr
       
Scientific Games

Rotogravure press
4/5/85

(A/C no. 31248)

A340-140-86

District Contact:
Ellen Linder
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Incinerator

96% control
       
Container Corp. of America

Two rotogravure print lines
1/2/86

(A/C no. 30834)

A340-110-86

District Contact:
Joe Slamovich
Bay Area AQMD
(415) 771-6000  
Low solvent coatings

73.6 tpy,
2.5% VOC content
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 146 Rotogravure Printing - Publication and Packaging

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Equipment or Process: Sand Handling System with Shakeout and/or Muller in System Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
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VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Corona Ind. Sand Project

1000 ton/day bulk loadout system for sand
11/25/86
(P/O no. 147979)

A390-225-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Scrubber

7 lbm/day
(Equivalent to 98% control efficiency)
Corona Ind. Sand Project

100 ton/hr sand drying, screening, and storage system
11/25/86
(P/O no. 147975)

A390-221-87

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Cyclone separator and scrubbers

72 lbm/day
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 148 Sand Handling System with Shakeout and/or Muller in System

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Equipment or Process: Screen Printing and Drying Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Smart Cards USA, Inc.

4'10"W by 3'7" L by 4'0" H Sakurai model SC-72A sheet fed silkscreen press with motor drive use for screen printing on plastic stock, with an ultra-violet light curing oven and a cooling chamber.
12/21/99

(A/C No.: 358383)

A340-966-00

District Contact:
Rene Loof
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2544
rloof@aqmd.gov
Low-VOC ultra-violet inks with a VOC content of less then 50 grams/liter

3,780 lbs/ calender month facility wide
       
Solutions Unlimited, Wilson's Art Studio

84-inch sheet/web Thieme model 5040 ultra-violet four-color screen printing with 300 kW ultra-violet lamps, used for vinyl car window decals, plastic license plates, and scratch-off products.
n.d.


(A/C No.: 341072)

A340-936-00

District Contact:
Rick Lee
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2629
rlee@aqmd.gov
Use of ultra-violet inks on all products except scratch-off products; water-based ink at 4.9 lb VOC/gal for scratch-off products

152 lbs ROG/day facility limit
       
Tri-Tech Graphic Inc.

Screen print line # 7 with Screen Printing Enterprise Inc. model 3PI-482AE UV curing reactor with two lamps
1/21/98

(A/C no. C-1251-8-1)

A340-822-98)

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No Control

5 lbm/day and 1500 lbm/yr for lines #3 thru 7
       
Tri-Tech Graphic Inc.

Screen print line # 6 with Advance Viking L.S. press and Amco-Procure model 91-00013-01 UV curing unit with lamp
1/21/98

(A/C no. C-1251-7-2)

A340-821-98)

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No Control

5 lbm/day and 1500 lbm/yr for lines #3 thru 7
       
Tri-Tech Graphic Inc.

Screen print line #5 with Advance Viking L.S. press and Advance Quantum with UV dryer
1/21/98

(A/C no. C-1251-6-2)

A340-820-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No Control

5 lbm/day and 1500 lbm/yr for lines #3 thru 7
       
Tri-Tech Graphic Inc.

Screen print line #4 with Hartfeldt model H.S.B. press, Advance Eagle press, and Amco-Procure model 91-0012-01 UV curing unit with lamp
1/21/98

(A/C no. C-1251-5-2)

A340-819-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No Control

5 lbm/day and 1500 lbm/yr for lines #3 thru 7
       
Tri-Tech Graphic Inc.

Screen print line #3 with Advance Viking RP press, Amco-Procure Model 91-0009-01 UV curing unit with lamp
1/21/98

(A/C no. C-1251-4-2)

A340-818-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No Control

5 lbm/day and 1500 lbm/yr for lines #3 thru 7
       
Tri-Tech Graphic Inc.

Screen print line #2 with Advance Viking RP semi-automatic press, two P&PW one arm presses, and 1.25 MMBtu/hr Cincinnati conveyorized natural gas-fired dryer
1/21/98

(A/C no. C-1251-3-1)

A340-817-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No Contorl

80.4 lbm/day and 13400 lb/yr for lines #1 and 2
       
Tri-Tech Graphics Inc.

Screen print line #1 with Advance Viking RP semi-automatic press, one P&PW and two KCI one-arm manual presses and one 0.5 MMBtu/hr Cincinnati conveyorize natural gas-fired dryer
1/21/98

(A/C no. C-1251-2-1)

A340-816-98

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
No Control

80.4 lbm/day and 13400 lb/yr for lines #1 and 2
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 149 Screen Printing and Drying

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Equipment or Process: Sewage Treatment Plants Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
North of the River Sanitary District, No. 1 sewage treatment plant

Sewage treatment plant
5/26/92

(App. no. 0175002)

A420-551-92

District Contact:
Tom Goff
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(805) 862-5200  
Covers for preliminary raw sewage processing and digester gas incineration

0.61 lbm/day
       
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 150 Sewage Treatment Plants

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Equipment or Process: Smokehouse Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
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VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Berry Seed and Feed

Conveying equipment capable of handling 4,000 tons/day
4/15/96

(A/C no. N-1758-15-4)

A370-693-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        Murphy-Rodgers model MRY-7 baghouse with fabric filters

0.004 lbm/ton
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 151 Smokehouse

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Equipment or Process: Solid Material Handling - Dry Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
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Cogeneration National Corp.

Two 1700 tons each storage silos with a throughput process rate of 557 tons/day
12/13/85

(A/C # 84-182ab

A390-980-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(599) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
        Bagouse with a maximum air-to-cloth ratio of 5 to 1

99% control efficiency rate
Corn Products

Two 1700 tons fuel storage silos with a throuhput process rate of 1440 tons/day
10/29/86

(A/C # AP 84-185ab)

A390-978-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(599) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
        American Air Filter or equivalent baghouse with a maximum air-to-cloth ratio of 5:1

99% control efficiency rate
Corn Products

1440 tons/day truck loading (dump) station used only when firing on coal
10/29/86

(A/C # AP 84-182)

A390-977-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(599) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
        Total enclosure of the loading station with all emissions vented to a baghouse with a maximum air-to-cloth ratio of 5 to 1

99% control efficiency rate
California Portland Cement Company

300 tons/hr Cement railcar unloading with conveying equipment to storage (storage not included in permit unit)
5/10/94

(App. No.: # 291257 and 291258)

A430-618-94

District Contact:
Wilma Wilson
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2444
wwilson@aqmd
        Mikro-Pulsaire Model 36S-10-30 baghouse

No limit
Metropolitan Stevedore Co. (operator) and RIC Co. (owner)

Unloading of cement from conventional ships with Siwertell unloader
4/1/93

(App. nos. 256054, 256055, 256184, and 256205)

A309-605-94

District Contact:
R.H. Hawrylew
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2657
rhawrylew@aqmd.gov
        Ship hold baghouse and hatch cover; baghouse vents storage silos, also

No limit
Wilmington Liquid Bulk Terminals, Inc.

Cement conveying and loading system
1/29/91

(App. no. 221901)

A390-525-92

District Contact:
Kevin Eshraghi
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2604
keshraghi@aqmd.gov
        Fuller Baghouse

No Limit
(Expected control efficiency of 99%)
Celite Corporation

Automated diatomacious earth packing facility (processing line no. 3) with a processing capacity of
36 tons/hr
5/7/91

(A/C no. 8202)

A380-479-91

District Contact:
Sanjib Mukherji
Santa Barbara County APCD
(805) 961-8874  
        Reverse pulse jet cleaning type baghouse with polypropylene filter socks and cyclone in series

99.979% control efficiency
0.009 gr/dscf
Central California Almond Growers Association

100 ton/hr almond precleaning and hulling operation
8/30/90

(A/C no. 11400702024)

A370-475-91

District Contact:
Martin Keast
San Joaquin Valley Unified AQMD
(Fresno Zone)
(209) 445-3239  
        Baghouse

0.032 gr/dscf
99% control efficiency
James Hardie Bldg. Prods. Inc.

470,000 lbm/day building material processing system for shake mfg.
10/31/89

(App. no. 206292)

A410-403-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of
53 lbm/day)
James Hardie Bldg. Prods. Inc.

470,000 lbm/day building material processing system for composition roof manufacturing
10/31/89

(App. no. 206291)

A410-402-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of
12 lbm/day)
Eagle Roofing Products

Roofing tile line (trim line only) fired on natural gas and having a processing rate of 30 units/ minute
4/11/89

(App. no. 184586)

A390-389-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions of
2 lbm/day)
Eagle Roofing Products

Standard-weight roofing tile line fired on natural gas and having a processing capacity of
100 units/minute
4/11/89

(App. no. 184585)

A390-388-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Mikropulsaire baghouses

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 8 lbm/day, respectively)
Eagle Roofing Products

Lightweight roofing tile line fired on natural gas and having a processing capacity of
100 units/minute
4/11/89

(App. no. 184584)

A390-387-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Mikropulsaire baghouses

No limit
(Estimated emissions of 16 lbm/day, respectively)
Beadex Mfg. Co.

Roofing material processing system
9/18/89

(App. no. 183482)

A430-368-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
Wheelabrator Delano Energy Co.

Fuel reclamation screening and storage
5/27/88

(A/C no. 3107006)

A430-289-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
        Ventilation systems w/fabric collector

0.010 gr/dscf
0.83 lbm/hr
Wheelabrator Delano Energy Co.

Fuel receiving operation: underground hopper and portable wood chipper
5/27/88

(A/C no. 3107003)

A430-286-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
        Ventilation systems w/fabric collector

0.010 gr/dscf
2.91 lbm/hr
Wheelabrator Delano Energy Co.

Fuel receiving operation: truck dumper
5/27/88

(A/C no. 3107002)

A430-285-88

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
        Ventilation systems w/fabric collector

0.010 gr/dscf
3.18 lbm/hr
La Habra Products

Plaster mixing and bagging system
7/9/87

(App. no. 156328)

A390-251-87

District Contact:
Fred del Rosario
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2663  
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emission level of 5.3 lbm/day)
Pozzolanic Intl.

Fly ash receiving and storage system
10/22/86

(A/C no. 148047)

A390-201-87

District Contact:
Lisa Mirisola
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-2638
lmirisola@aqmd.gov
        Baghouse

No limit
(Estimated emissions control level of 99%)
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 155 Solid Material Handling - Dry

BEST AVAILABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY DETERMINATION DATA SUBMITTED TO THE
CALIFORNIA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION BACT CLEARINGHOUSE

Equipment or Process: Solid Material Handling - Wet Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Beadex Mfg. Co.

Wet material processing system for roofing manufacturing
9/18/89

(App. no. 183483)

A430-369-90

District Contact:
Permit Services
South Coast AQMD
(909) 396-3385  
        Baghouse

No limit
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 156 Solid Material Handling - Wet

BEST AVAILABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY DETERMINATION DATA SUBMITTED TO THE
CALIFORNIA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION BACT CLEARINGHOUSE

Equipment or Process: Solid Material Storage - Enclosed Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Cogeneration National Corp.

120 tons/hr canopy-covered coal conveyors
12/13/85

(A/C # AP 85-184)

A390-981-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(599) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
        Total enclosure of all points. Water-surfactants solution spray at an accumulative rate of 2.5 gals/ton

99% control efficiency rate
Corn Products

Coal transfer system including bucker elevator and 120 tons per hour belt conveyor
n.d.

(A/C # AP 84-184)

A390-979-00

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(599) 230-5909
george.heinen@valleyair.org
        American Air Filter or equivalent enclosure of tansfer points and ducting through a baghouse with maximum air-to-cloth ratio of 5 to 1

99% control efficiency rate
Mt. Poso Cogeneration Company

50-ton lime storage silo
2/21/89

(A/C no. 4177005)

A430-305-89

District Contact:
Tom Goff
Kern Co. APCD
(now the San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD)
(805) 862-5200  
        Pulse-jet cleaning fabric collector

99.8% control
0.51 lbm/day
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 157 Solid Material Storage - Enclosed

BEST AVAILABLE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY DETERMINATION DATA SUBMITTED TO THE
CALIFORNIA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION BACT CLEARINGHOUSE

Equipment or Process: Solid Material Unloading - Railcar Dumper Revision: 3.0
Equipment Rating: All Date 07/18/00
Project Name & Description A/C Issue Date & ARB File No. BACT AND CORRESPONDING EMISSION CONTROL LEVELS
VOC/HC NOx SOx CO PM/PM10
Berry Seed and Feed

Rail receiving pit expansion to 4,000 tons/day
4/15/96

(A/C no. N1758-15-4)

A370-692-96

District Contact:
George Heinen
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD
(559) 230-5909  
        P&F model JHT 10-224-3152 baghouse with fabric filters

0.0017 lbm/ton
CAPCOA BACT Clearinghouse Source Category - 159 Solid Material Unloading - Railcar Dumper