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Lafarge Modernization Project

Information regarding this proposed project:

Index to Lafarge Permit Conditions by Contaminant (## are from renewal, 12-## are new):
Contaminant No. Page # Condition Summary
Carbon Dioxide 12-8 Page 45 New high efficiency equipment (BACT)
12-9 Page 46 Carbon dioxide limit per ton of clinker from new kiln (BACT)
Carbon Monoxide 12-53 Page 140 Carbon monoxide limit per ton of clinker from new kiln (BACT)
Dioxin (All Conditions from
NESHAP Subpart LLL)
12-27 Page 61 Temperature monitoring from existing kilns
12-36 Page 119 Existing Kiln 1 temperature limit
12-37 Page 120 Existing Kiln 2 temperature limit
12-39 Page 128 Existing kilns dioxin limit
12-48 Page 136 Existing kilns stack testing frequency
12-57 Page 144 New kiln dioxin limit

Hydrochloric Acid (All Conditions
from NESHAP Subpart LLL)

12-43 Page 131 Existing kilns HCl limit for normal operation
12-47 Page 135 Existing kilns HCl limit for startup and shutdown
12-60 Page 146 New kiln HCl limit for normal operation
12-64 Page 150 New kiln HCl limit for startup and shutdown
Mercury 93 Page 159 176 pound/12 month mercury cap for existing kilns
12-40 Page 129 Existing kilns 55 lb Hg/million tons of clinker limit for normal operation
12-44 Page 132 Existing kilns mercury limit for startup and shutdown
12-58 Page 145 New kiln 21 lb Hg/million tons of clinker limit for normal operation
12-61 Page 147 New kiln mercury limit for startup and shutdown
Multiple Contaminants 12-6 Page 36 Stack testing for NOx and VOC from kilns when TDF use commences
12-7 Page 37 Stack testing for other contaminants from kilns when TDF use commences
12-24 Page 56 Operations and Maintenance plan for all Subpart LLL sources
12-28 Page 62 Notification requirements for Subpart LLL
12-29 Page 62 Recordkeeping requirements for Subpart LLL
12-38 Page 127 Definition of existing and new sources in Subpart LLL
Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) 71 Page 123 3,750 ton/12 month NOx cap from EPA Federal Consent Decree
90 Page 156 Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT)
12-11 Page 47 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-12 Page 48 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-13 Page 48 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-14 Page 49 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-15 Page 49 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-16 Page 50 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-17 Page 51 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-18 Page 54 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-19 Page 51 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-20 Page 52 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
12-21 Page 53 Part 243 ozone season NOx program for existing and new kilns
Particulates 30 Page 39 Old .15 gr/dscf particulate limit for oldest other existing sources
31 Page 41 Old .05 gr/dscf particulate limit for newer other existing sources
77 Page 126 Monthly kiln stack opacity excess emissions report
87 Page 155 Fugitive dust control plan
12-4 Page 29 New .01 particulate limit for other existing sources remaining in service
12-5 Page 31 New .008 gr/dscf particulate limit for other new sources
12-22 Page 55 Current existing kiln particulate limit
12-23 Page 55 Current existing clinker cooler particulate limit
12-25 Page 57 Monthly opacity monitoring
12-26 Page 59 Daily opacity monitoring for finish mills
12-30 Page 63 Continuous opacity monitoring for existing clinker coolers
12-31 Page 64 Continuous opacity monitoring for existing kilns
12-35 Page 117 10% opacity limit for other sources
12-41 Page 129 Existing kiln particulate limit for normal operation
12-45 Page 133 Existing kiln particulate limit for startup and shutdown
12-49 Page 136 Existing clinker cooler particulate limit for startup and shutdown
12-50 Page 137 Existing clinker cooler particulate limit for normal operation
12-52 Page 139 Condensable particulate stack testing for new kiln
12-54 Page 141 New clinker cooler particulate limit for normal operation
12-55 Page 142 New clinker cooler particulate limit for startup and shutdown
12-59 Page 145 New kiln .01 lb/ton of clinker particulate limit for normal operation
12-62 Page 148 New kiln particulate limit for startup and shutdown
Sulfur Dioxide 33 Page 43 Annual average 1.7 lb/mmBtu fuel sulfur standard
34 Page 44 3 month average 1.9 lb/mmBtu fuel sulfur standard
35 Page 45 Maximum 2.5 lb/mmBtu fuel sulfur standard with daily sampling
72 Page 124 11,500 ton/12 month SO2 cap from EPA Federal Consent Decree
12-56 Page 143 New kiln .4 lb/ton of clinker sulfur dioxide limit (NSPS)
Total Hydrocarbons (THC) 12-42 Page 130 Existing kiln THC limit for normal operation
12-46 Page 134 Existing kiln THC limit for startup and shutdown
12-63 Page 149 New kiln THC limit for startup and shutdown
Volatile Organic Compounds
(VOC)
12-51 Page 138 254.4 ton/12 month VOC emission cap for new kiln

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