Technical Support Document (TSD) Update - Organic Liquid Distribution (Old) NESHAP.
As a result of interagency review comments received on the Technical Support Document (TSD) for the proposed OLD standards, the project team has re-analyzed the HAP emission reductions and re-estimated control costs attributed to compliance with the proposed rulemaking. Information relative to the baseline emissions, level of control that exists for transfer racks, and the estimated costs for additional control of transfer racks has been updated (as described in the telephone contact report that are pages 2 and 3 of the report). The updated analysis is presented in the three memos (memo nos. 2, 3, and 6) that comprise this document. These revised memos should be considered as replacements sot the corresponding memos in the original TSD.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a rule to limit toxic air emissions from facilities that distribute organic liquids other than gasoline. Toxic air pollutants, or air toxics, are those pollutants known or suspected of causing cancer or other serious health effects. Organic liquids is the term given to a number of liquid chemicals, such as benzene, vinyl chloride and toluene. Organic liquid distribution takes place at liquid terminal facilities, organic chemical manufacturing facilities, petroleum refineries, crude oil pipeline pumping and breakout stations, and other industrial facilities that have a organic liquid distribution operation.
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