Nev. Admin. Code § 445B.313 - Method for determining maximum heat input: Class I sources

Current through October 13, 2021

For the purposes of determining the effects of Class I sources on the quality of ambient air and determining the applicability of a federally enforceable standard or requirement to an emission unit, the maximum heat input will be determined by:

1. Multiplying the maximum fuel rate as determined by the manufacturer by the total calorific value of the fuel as determined by using the appropriate method of ASTM International; or
2. An alternative method specified by the Director as a condition contained in the operating permit of the Class I source.


Nev. Admin. Code § 445B.313
Environmental Comm'n, Air Quality Reg. § 13.3.4, eff. 12-15-77; renumbered as § 13.2.4, 8-28-79-NAC A 9-19-90; 3-29-94, eff. 1-11-96; 10-30-95; R040-01, 10-25-2001; R103-02, 12-17-2002; R142-07, 4-17-2008; R126-10, 12-16-2010

NRS 445B.210, 445B.300

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