Secretary may require any air contaminant source to submit a report within
thirty (30) days after the end of each calendar quarter in a format he
specifies containing as a minimum the following information:
(a) The dates on which malfunctions,
startups, and shutdowns resulted in emissions greater than those allowed by the
emission standards in this Division 1200-3.
(b) The estimated amount of air contaminants
emitted in excess of the emission standards in units of pounds of air
contaminant per hour and pounds of air contaminant per day.
(c) Other emission characteristics such as
stack exit temperature, stack height and diameter, stack exit velocities, and
other similar information.
Information needed to evaluate the possibility of instituting measures to
eliminate or reduce the number of malfunctions and/or the amount of emissions
from malfunctions, startups, and shut downs.
(e) Information to determine if the excess
emissions truly result from a malfunction.
(f) Information to evaluate the impact of the
emissions on the surrounding area.
Tenn. Comp. R. &
Original rule filed
February 5, 1979; effective March 21, 1979. Amendment filed October 28, 1981;
effective December 14, 1981. Amendment filed September 21, 1988; effective
November 6, 1988. Repealed and new rule filed July 13, 1994; effective
September 26, 1994.
Authority: T.C.A. §§
4-5-201 et seq.