APPENDIX A:  ALLOWABLE RATE OF PARTICLE MATTER OF EMISSION
   (A)   Allowable rate of particulate matter emission based on process weight rate.
 
Process Weight Rate
Rate of Emission
Process Weight Rate
Rate of Emission
Lb/Hr
Tons/Hr
Lb/Hr
Lb/Hr
Tons/Hr
Lb/Hr
100
0.05
0.551
16,000
8
16.5
200
0.10
0.877
18,000
9
17.9
400
0.20
1.40
20,000
10
19.2
600
0.30
1.83
30,000
15
25.2
800
0.40
2.22
40,000
20
30.5
1,000
0.50
2.58
50,000
25
35.4
1,500
0.75
3.38
60,000
30
40.0
2,000
1.00
4.10
70,000
35
41.3
2,500
1.25
4.76
80,000
40
42.5
3,000
1.50
5.38
90,000
45
43.6
3,500
1.75
5.96
100,000
50
44.6
4,000
2.00
6.52
120,000
60
46.3
5,000
2.50
7.58
140,000
70
47.8
6,000
3.00
8.56
160,000
80
49.0
7,000
3.50
9.49
200,000
100
51.2
8,000
4.00
10.4
1,000,000
500
69.0
9,000
4.50
11.2
2,000,000
1,000
77.6
10,000
5.00
12.0
6,000,000
3,000
92.7
12,000
6.00
13.6
NOTES TO TABLE:

* - Interpolation of the data in this table for process weight rates up to 60,000 lb/hr shall be accomplished by use of the equation:  E = 4.10p0.57.  Interpolation and extrapolation of the data for process weight rates in excess of 60,000 lb/hr shall be accomplished by the use of the equation:  E = 55.0p0.11-40; where E equals the rate of emission in lb/hr and P equals the process weight in tons/hr.

* - Utilization of this table is accomplished by first determining the process rate in lb/hr or in tons/hr and then reading the allowable rate of emission in lb/hr horizontally to the right.
 
   (B)   Allowable rate of particulate matter of emission based on volume per SCFM.
 
Source Gas Volume, SCFM
Concentration GR/SCF
Source Gas Volume, SCFM
Concentration, GR/SCH
7,000 or less
0.100
140,000
0.038
8,000
0.096
160,000
0.036
9,000
0.092
180,000
0.035
10,000
0.089
200,000
0.034
20,000
0.071
300,000
0.030
30,000
0.062
400,000
0.027
40,000
0.057
500,000
0.025
50,000
0.053
600,000
0.024
60,000
0.050
800,000
0.021
80,000
0.045
1,000,000 or more
0.020
100,000
0.042
120,000
0.040
NOTES TO TABLE:

* - Interpolation of the data in this table shall be accomplished by the use of the equation:  C = 1.78S - 0.325; where S equals the source gas volume, SCFM and C equal the concentration in grains per SCF and GR equals grains.

* - Utilization of this table is accomplished by first determining the source gas volume in SCFM and then reading the allowable concentration in GR/SCF horizontally to the right.