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Subarticle 2. Requirements for the Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Specific Types of Facilities

§ 95110. Data Requirements and Calculation Methods for Cement Plants.

(a) Greenhouse Gas Emissions Data Report. The operator of a cement plant specified in section 95101(b) shall include the following information in the emissions data report for each report year.

(1)

Total emissions, including: (A) Total CO emissions (metric tonnes), (B) Total CH emissions (metric tonnes), and (C) Total N2O emissions (metric tonnes).

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(2)

Process CO2 emissions from cement manufacturing using the following calculation methods: (A) Clinker based methodology for CO estimates shall include: 1. Clinker emission factor (kg CO /metric tonne clinker) including: a. Quantity of clinker produced (metric tonnes), b. Lime (CaO) content of clinker (percent), c. Magnesium Oxide (MgO) content of clinker (percent), d. Non-carbonate CaO (percent), and e. Non-carbonate MgO (percent); 2. Cement kiln dust (CKD) emission factor (kg CO2/metric tonne clinker) including, a. Plant specific CKD calcination rate (unitless), and b. Quantity of CKD discarded (metric tonnes); and 3. CO2 emissions from clinker production (metric tonnes).

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(B) Total organic carbon (TOC) content in raw materials including: 1. Amount of raw material consumed in the report year (metric tonnes), 2. Organic carbon content of raw material (percent), and 3. CO2 emissions from TOC in Raw Materials (metric tonnes).

(3)

Stationary combustion emissions, including: (A) Fuel consumption by fuel type, separately for kiln and non-kiln units, reporting in units of million standard cubic feet for gases, gallons for liquids, short tons for non-biomass solids, and bone dry short tons for biomass-derived solid fuels; (B) Average carbon content as a percent by fuel type if measured or provided by fuel supplier;

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