Inspection Tool for the Miscellaneous Organic Chemical Manufacturing NESHAP
The Inspection Tool for the Miscellaneous Organic Chemical Manufacturing National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) provides guidance on performing inspections under Part 63 of the Clean Air Act (CAA) at facilities subject to 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart FFFF.
The Tool includes applicability flow charts and procedures for conducting inspections of emissions points for process vents, storage tanks, transfer racks, wastewater, heat exchangers, equipment components and devices used to comply with the standards. The Tool also provides checklists for determining compliance with the record keeping and reporting provisions of the rule. These procedures are fundamental for ensuring compliance with the standards under the CAA.
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Full document (PDF) September 2006 (240 pp, 2.93MB)
The Inspection Tool for the Miscellaneous Organic Chemical Manufacturing NESHAP by Sections:
Sections 1 and 2 (PDF) (21 pp, 450K)
- Table of Contents
- Section 1 - Background and Purpose of this Document
- Section 2 - General Applicability
Sections 3 and 4 (PDF) (47 pp, 967K)
- Section 3 - Process Vents
- Section 4 - Storage Tanks, Surge Control Vessels, and Bottoms Receivers
Section 5 (PDF) (36 pp, 713K)
- Section 5 - Wastewater Systems
Section 6, 7, 8 and 9 (PDF) (34 pp, 598K)
- Section 6 - Equipment Leaks
- Section 7 - Transfer Racks
- Section 8 - Heat Exchange Systems
- Section 9 - Closed-Vent Systems
Appendices (PDF)(34 pp, 598K)
- A - Questions and Answers on Provisions in Subpart FFFF
- B - Definitions in Subpart FFFF
- C - Summary of Initial Compliance Requirements for Process Vents and Monitoring Requirements for Various Types of Vent Streams
- D - Inspection and Monitoring Requirements for Waste Management Units as Specified in Table 11 to 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart G
- E - Control Equipment Failure for Waste Management Units