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Document Title/Subject:
Stationary Diesel Engines: Proposed Standards of Performance
Related Documents:
Signed by: Stephen L. Johnson

Signature Date: June 29, 2005

Contact:
Sims Roy
(919) 541-5263

Filename(s):
http://epa.gov/ttn/oarpg/t3/fr_notices/stadieselengineprop.pdf
URL(s):



 

Regulatory Authority:
Title 3
Division/Director:
Emission Standards Division (OAQPS) / Sally Shaver
Submitted By:
coats.cathy
OGC Contact:
Michael Horowitz
OGC Phone#:
(202) 564-5583
Internet Contact:
Jeff Clark
Document Type:
Proposed & Final Preambles & Rules,
EPA Document Number:

Federal Register:
Supersedes:
Subject Category:
AIR
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
GOVERNMENT
Keywords:
Combustion
Emissions
Engines
Hazardous air pollutants
HAPs
Pollutants
Stationary internal combustion engines; Compression ignition; nitrogen oxides; particulate matter;sulfur dioxide; non-methane hydrocarbons; carbon monoxide; new source performance standards;
Terms:
Above ground tanks
Air pollutants
Clean Air Act
CAA
Regulations
Standards
Abstract:
EPA is proposing standards of performance for stationary compression ignition (CI) internal combustion engines (ICE). The intended effect of the standards is to require all new, modified, and reconstructed stationary CI ICE to use the best demonstrated system of continuous emission reduction, considering costs, non-air quality health, and environmental and energy impacts, not just with add-on controls, but also by eliminating or reducing the formation of these pollutants. The proposed standards would reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx) by an estimated 38,000 tons per year (tpy), particulate matter (PM) by an estimated 3,000 tpy, sulfur dioxide (SO2) by an estimated 9,000 tpy, non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHC) by an estimated 600 tpy, and carbon monoxide (CO) by an estimated 18,000 tpy in the year 2015. This file is the text of the standards of performance.

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