Miscellaneous fabricated product manufacturing process

Miscellaneous fabricated product manufacturing process means:
(A) A manufacturing process involving one or more of the following applications, including any drying and curing of formulations, and capable of emitting VOM:
(1) Adhesives to fabricate or assemble components or products.
(2) Asphalt solutions to paper or fiberboard.
(3) Asphalt to paper or felt.
(4) Coatings or dye to leather.
(5) Coatings to plastic.
(6) Coatings to rubber or glass.
(7) Disinfectant material to manufactured items.
(8) Plastic foam scrap or “fluff” from the manufacture of foam containers and packaging material to form resin pallets.
(9) Resin solutions to fiber substances.
(10) Viscose solutions for food casings.
(B) The storage and handling of formulations associated with the process described above, and the use and handling of organic liquids and other substances for clean-up operations associated with the process described in this definition.

Source

40 CFR § 52.741


Scoping language

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