Asphalt Plant Regulation Intentions Paper - Draft for Review
would replace the current definition of "hot mix asphalt plant". "Portable recycled asphalt pavement (PRAP) plant" means a plant that produces an asphalt mix using recycled asphalt pavement (RAP), which also may include a recycling or rejuvenating agent and has a …
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Oct 12, 2020 · Asphalt Plants (General Order) What is the Purpose of this General Order? The Department of Ecology (Ecology) issues general orders to businesses to make sure Washington meets state and federal air quality requirements. A general order is a group permit that simplifies the air permitting process. When several sources of the air pollution are
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This portable source consists of the following emission units and pollution control devices: (1) One (1) 130 tons per hour drum-mix asphalt plant, fired by one (1) 69 million British thermal unit per hour fuel oil No. 4 fired burner (with fuel oil No. 2 as back-up fuel),
definition of a portable facility (e.g., roadways and storage piles, when those emissions units are associated with a portable source such as a crusher or asphalt plant). "Best available technology (BAT)" means a requirement under Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) rule
Sand & Gravel General Permit for Portable Facilities (NPDES)
Apr 29, 2019 · Ecology will allow a portable asphalt plant, without sand and gravel portable permit coverage to operate at this site. However, the site permittee should make sure that the portable facility permittee has submitted its Notice of Intent to Begin Operations at least 10 days before the portable begins operating at the site and conducted public
Technical Support Document: FNF Construction, Inc. General
Apr 19, 2017 · FNF is proposing to construct a new facility for the production of a portable counter-flow drum mix asphalt plant. The proposed Project will not be co-located with a stone quarrying, crushing and screening plant. The facility will contain multiple emission units, which are described in Table 1. Table 1. List of Affected Emission Units Covered
plant, PORT-0741, contain a nonroad engine requirement limiting the portable plant at the site specific location to 12 consecutive months. B. A complete "Portable Source Relocation Request" application must be submitted to the Air Pollution Control Program prior to any relocation of this portable asphalt plant. 1) If the portable asphalt
THAT Section 4.36 (Wayside Pits or Quarries, Portable Asphalt Plants or Portable Concrete Plants) of Zoning By-law 2010-0050, as amended, be amended by adding the words 'used on a public authority contract' after the words portable concrete plant. 4. THAT Table 8.1 (Permitted Uses – Urban Employment Zone) of Zoning By-law
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United States Environmental Protection Agency General
16. In serious CO nonattainment areas, production of hot mix asphalt shall not exceed the following amounts: a. 33,000 tons-per-month based on a 12-month rolling average from a drum mix asphalt plant; b. 11,000 tons-per-month based on a 12-month rolling average from a batch mix asphalt plant. 17.
2.2 Definition of Oil The SPCC rule applies to the owners and operators of facilities with the potential to discharge oil in quantities that may be harmful to navigable waters or adjoining shorelines. The SP rules definition of oil derives from §311(a)(1) of the Clean Water Act (CWA) which defines oil as ^oil of any
Asphalt Plant means a stationary source that manufactures asphalt concrete by heating and drying aggregate and mixing asphalt cements; "asphalt plant" includes any combination of dryers, systems for screening, handling, storing, and weighing dried aggregate, systems for loading, transferring, and storing mineral filler, systems for mixing, transferring, and storing asphalt concrete, and emission control …
Chapter 164: General Permit Regulation for Concrete Batch
"Stationary Plant" means any Concrete Batch Plant that cannot meet the definition of "Portable Plant." L. Temporary Equipment. "Temporary Equipment" means any pollutant-emitting equipment or devices which are operated at a particular site for less than four (4) consecutive weeks in a calendar year. 3.
STATE OF ALASKA Dept. of Environmental Conservation
Hot Mix Asphalt Plants . This application is for a Title I Minor General Permit 3 (MG3) for a hot mix asphalt plant with a rated capacity of at least 5 tons per hour, and emits less than 100 tons of a regulated pollutant 1 per year (tpy). Alaska law requires an owner or operator obtain a minor permit under 18 AAC 50.502(b)(3) before
reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP), and liquid asphalt cement, which is heated and mixed in measured quantities to produce HMA. An HMA plant can be constructed as a permanent plant, a skid-mounted (easily relocated) plant, or a portable plant. 3.9. Modifiers - Modifiers (for the purposes of this document) are defined per M320 and