Department of Environmental Protection Air Quality

Department of Environmental Protection Air Quality Permitting General Permit (GP-018) For Boiler(s) and/or Heater(s) Each Less Than 10 MMBTU/hr This General Permit allows for the construction, installation, reconstruction, modification and operation of: ♦ A single boiler and/or heater with a maximum rated heat input to the burning chamber

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United States Environmental Protection Agency General

or boiler capacity/heater size, and the effect of the limits keeps emissions below the major source thresholds. The boiler permits also limit fuel sulfur content as a means to keep SO 2 emissions below the major source thresholds. Visible emissions and opacity requirements are in all of the state permits, but they vary from state to state.

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State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

Department of Environmental Protection . Air Quality Permitting . General Permit (GP-009B) For . Boiler(s) Each Greater than or Equal to 10 MMBTU/hr and Less than 50 MMBTU/hr . This general permit allows for the construction, installation, reconstruction, modification and operation of

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Boiler Compliance Requirements for Major Sources 40 CFR 63

On December 20, 2012, and and again on November 20, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) finalized changes to the rule (40 CFR Part 63, Subpart DDDDD) regulating existing and new industrial, commercial, and institutional boilers located at major sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). A major source emits or has the potential to emit (PTE) more than or equal to 10 tons per year

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Control Number: 9700056

considered, it is economically feasible for the boiler to comply so the repair and relocation of the boiler is a reconstruction. Letter: Mr. Alan Klimek, Chief Air Quality Section North Carolina Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources Division of Environmental Management P.O. Box 27687 Raleigh, North Carolina 27611-7687

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Economic Analysis of Air Pollution Regulations: Boilers

Pollution Regulations: Boilers and Process Heaters Final Report Prepared for John L. Sorrels U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Innovative Strategies and Economics Group MD-15 Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 Prepared by RTI Health, Social, and Economics Research Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

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Economic Analysis of Air Pollution Regulations: Boilers

Pollution Regulations: Boilers and Process Heaters Final Report Prepared for . John L. Sorrels . U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Innovative Strategies and Economics Group MD-15 Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 . Prepared by . RTI Health, Social, and Economics Research Research Triangle Park, NC

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Connecticut Department of Boilers at Area Sources

and Environmental Protection Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Initial Notification to Delegated Authority Initial Notification: Due within 120 days of source startup • Owner/operator name and address • Physical location of boiler(s) • Relevant standard

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AFI 32-1068 Heating Systems and Unfired Pressure Vessels

2.6.25.2. Prior to any construction or reconstruction of boilers or process heaters, identify and address any appropriate permitting and environmental impact assessment requirements in accordance with AFI 32-7040, Air Quality Compliance and Resource Management, and 40 CFR. (T-0). 2.6.25.3.

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Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers to

♦ Boilers subject to other NESHAP standards, Section 129 standards, or hazardous waste boilers ♦ Research and developmentboilers How do I comply? Rule requirements vary depending on the boiler fuel type, construction date, and size. The table above summarizes requirements for each type of boiler.

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