Part 75 (P75) – Lessons Learned from Jon Konings at ESC - A Starting Point for Developing In-House and Site Specific Procedures and Helpful Tools.
The purpose of these one to two page summaries are to offer suggestions for how to perform these reviews or key points to remember when conducting these activities. They are also intended as a starting point or a template for ESC customers to develop their in-house and site specific procedures, check lists, or other helpful tools for people to use.
These summaries are not “all encompassing” and do not contain every relevant piece of information on these topics. As always, operators of CEM systems should consult the:
One of the key elements to establishing clean and consistent emission data sets is the ability to process and operate the processes that are being monitored (the boilers, combustion turbines, reagent injection systems, Selective Catalytic Reactors (SCRs), Wet Flue Gas Desulfurization (WFGDs)), etc... and the CEM systems present in a consistent manner.
Be aware that many facilities operate CEM systems that records emission readings to show or demonstrate compliance for several different reporting programs simultaneously. The most common examples are SO2, NOx, CO2/O2 monitors for both Part 60 and 75. Frequently, reporting systems have duplicate parameters within their CEM configuration, one set for P60 reporting and the other for P75 reporting. Operators of diluent (CO2 or O2) and volumetric flow monitor systems also need to be aware that the data generated by these systems are frequently used in the derived calculations for Hg, PM, HF or HCl reporting for P63 (the EGU MATS reporting rule).
Download the pdf document here.
Jon Konings, Senior Regulatory and Reporting Engineer, ESC Published: 11/4/2016 5:10:39 PM
Receive notices of new articles and free webinars, of training classes being offered, and regular anouncements and offers.
We'd love to answer your questions.
Check out our helpful animation that teaches the basics of