40 CFR Appendix Table 2 to Subpart AAAA of Part 60 - Carbon Monoxide Emission Limits for New Small Municipal Waste Combustion Units

Table 2 to Subpart AAAA of Part 60 - Carbon Monoxide Emission Limits for New Small Municipal Waste Combustion Units
For the following municipal waste combustion units You must meet the following
carbon monoxide limits a
Using the following averaging times b
1. Fluidized-bed 100 parts per million by dry volume 4-hour.
2. Fluidized bed, mixed fuel, (wood/refuse-derived fuel) 200 parts per million by dry volume 24-hour. c
3. Mass burn rotary refractory 100 parts per million by dry volume 4-hour.
4. Mass burn rotary waterwall 100 parts per million by dry volume 24-hour.
5. Mass burn waterwall and refractory 100 parts per million by dry volume 4-hour.
6. Mixed fuel-fired (pulverized coal/refuse-derived fuel) 150 parts per million by dry volume 4-hour.
7. Modular starved-air and excess air 50 parts per million by dry volume 4-hour.
8. Spreader stoker, mixed fuel-fired (coal/refuse-derived fuel) 150 parts per million by dry volume 24-hour daily.
9. Stoker, refuse-derived fuel 150 parts per million by dry volume 24-hour daily.

a All limits (except for opacity) are measured at 7 percent oxygen. Compliance is determined by continuous emission monitoring systems.

b Block averages, arithmetic mean. See § 60.1465 for definitions.

c 24-hour block average, geometric mean. See § 60.1465 for definitions.