Air curtain incinerators that meet the requirements of
Section 001.05 of this Chapter will meet the following requirements:
Within 60 days after the air curtain
incinerator reaches the charge rate at which it will operate, but no later than
180 days after its initial startup, the limitations in Sections 007.01A and
007.01B will be met:
007.01A The opacity
limitation is 10 percent (6-minute average), except as described in Section
007.01B The opacity
limitation is 35 percent (6-minute average) during the startup period that is
within the first 30 minutes of operation.
007.02 Except during malfunctions, the
requirements of Section 007.01 apply at all times, and each malfunction will
not exceed three hours.
Opacity monitoring of the air curtain incinerator will include:
Use of Method 9 of Appendix A of New
Source Performance Standards (40 CFR Part 60
) to determine compliance with the
Conducting an initial test for opacity as specified in 40 CFR §60.8.
007.03C After the initial test for opacity,
conducting annual opacity tests no more than 12 calendar months following the
date of the previous test.
Prior to commencing construction on
the air curtain incinerator, submit all items described in Sections 007.04A
007.04A Notification of
intent to construct the air curtain incinerator.
007.04B Planned initial startup
007.04C Types of materials to
be burned in the air curtain incinerator.
Recordkeeping requirements for air
007.05A Maintain records
of results of all initial and annual opacity test reports onsite or readily
available in either paper copy or electronic format, unless the Director
approves another format, for at least five years.
007.05B Make all records available during an
onsite inspection and available for submittal to the Director.
007.05C The results (each 6-minute average)
of the initial opacity tests will be submitted no later than 60 days following
the initial tests. Annual opacity test results will be submitted within 12
months following the previous tests. The opacity test reports will be submitted
electronically or by paper copy within 60 days of the test.