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Interim White Paper - Midwest RPO Candidate Control Measures

3/10/2006 Page 13

California – South Coast Rule 461 – Gasoline Transferring and Dispensing Maryland – 26.11.13.03 Large Storage Tanks and .04 Loading Operations

Massachusetts – 310 CMR 7.24(1) Organic Material Storage Tanks & (3) Distribution of Motor Fuel

CTG Category: Stage I Vapor Control Systems – Gasoline Service Stations Applicability: District-wide Control Requirements: “CARB Certified” submerged fill tube and “CARB Certified” 95 % effective vapor recovery system or 98% volumetric efficiency achieving 0.15 lbs/1000 gallon emission factor, Exemptions: stationary tanks less than 251 gallons and mobile tanks 120 gallons and smaller

Applicability: Statewide Control Requirements:

1) gasoline stored in tanks 40,000 gallon or greater must have an internal floating roof, vapor control system, or pressure tank system 2) gasoline storage tanks between 2,000 gallons and 40,000 gallons must be equipped with vapor balance line Exemptions: tanks less than 2,000 gallons Applicability: Statewide Control Requirements:

  • 1)

    gasoline stored in tanks 40,000 gallon or greater must have a submerged fill pipe and a floating roof, vapor control system, or pressure tank system

  • 2)

    gasoline storage tanks between 2,000 gallons and 40,000 gallons must have submerged pipe fill and be equipped with vapor balance line

  • 3)

    gasoline storage tanks greater than 250 gallons must have submerged pipe fill

New Jersey – 7.27- 16.3 Gasoline Transfer Operations

Applicability: Statewide Control Requirements:

  • 1)

    submerged fill required for 2,000 gallon and greater tanks installed before 12/17/1979

  • 2)

    a floating roof or “CARB Certified”, 98% control by volume, vapor control system and pressure/vacuum relief

vents required for tanks 2,000 gallon and greater

Disclaimer: The control measures identified in this document represent an initial set of possible measures. The Midwest RPO States have not yet determined which measures will be necessary to meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act. As such, the inclusion of a particular measure here should not be interpreted as a commitment or decision by any State to adopt that measure. Other measures will be examined in the near future. Subsequent versions of this document will likely be prepared for evaluation of additional potential control measures.

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