Co-fired combustion unit

Co-fired combustion unit means a unit that combusts municipal solid waste with nonmunicipal solid waste fuel (for example, coal, industrial process waste). To be considered a co-fired combustion unit, the unit must be subject to a federally enforceable permit that limits it to combusting a fuel feed stream which is 30 percent or less (by weight) municipal solid waste as measured each calendar quarter.

Source

40 CFR § 60.1465


Scoping language

Terms used but not defined in this section are defined in the CAA and in subparts A and B of this part.

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