Section .0500-Emission Control Standards

The N.C. General Assembly has amended sections of the Odor Control of Feed Ingredient Manufacturing Plants rule during the 2015 session. Session Law 2015-263, Section 18, adjusts the timeframe after which material is considered in storage at a facility from 24 to 36 hours, and sets the timeframe, after being weighed upon arrival at the facility, by which raw materials that are not parked within an odor controlled area of the facility must be unloaded. The timeframe is set at no later than 48 hours for feathers with only trace amounts of blood, such as those obtained from slaughtering houses that separate blood from offal and feathers, and no later than 96 hours for used cooking oil in sealed tankers. The session law can be viewed at An Act To Provide Regulatory Relief To The Agricultural Community Of North Carolina By Providing For Various Transportation And Environmental Reforms And By Making Various Other Statutory Changes, Sect. 18 (Modify Implementation of the Odor Control of Feed Ingredient Manufacturing Plants Rule).

 

Section .0500 - Emission Control Standards Updated

0501 Compliance with Emission Control Standards

0502 Purpose

0503 Particulates from Fuel Burning Indirect Heat Exchangers

0504 Particulates from Wood Burning Indirect Heat Exchangers

0505 Control of Particulates from Incinerators (Repealed)

0506 Particulates from Hot Mix Asphalt Plants

0507 Particulates from Chemical Fertilizer Manufacturing Plants

0508 Particulates from Pulp and Paper Mills

0509 Particulates from Mica or Feldspar Processing Plants

0510 Particulates from Sand, Gravel, or Crushed Stone Operations

0511 Particulates from Lightweight Aggregate Processes

0512 Particulates from Wood Products Finishing Plants

0513 Particulates from Portland Cement Plants

0514 Particulates from Ferrous Jobbing Foundries

0515 Particulates from Miscellaneous Industrial Processes

0516 Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from Combustion Sources

0517 Emissions from Plants Producing Sulfuric Acid

0518 Miscellaneous Volatile Organic Compound Emissions (Repealed)

0519 Control of Nitrogen Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxides Emissions

0520 Control and Prohibition of Open Burning (Repealed)

0521 Control of Visible Emissions

0522 Control and Prohibition of Odorous Emissions (Repealed)

0523 Control of Conical Incinerators (Repealed)

0524 New Source Performance Standards

0525 National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (Repealed)

0526 Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from Fuel Burning Installations (Expired)

0527 Emissions from Spodumene Ore Roasting

0528 Total Reduced Sulfur from Kraft Pulp Mills

0529 Fluoride Emissions from Primary Aluminum Reduction Plants

0530 Prevention of Significant Deterioration Updated

0531 Sources in Nonattainment Areas

0532 Sources Contributing to an Ambient Violation

0533 Stack Height

0534 Fluoride Emissions from Phosphate Fertilizer Industry

0535 Excess Emissions Reporting and Malfunctions

0536 Particulate Emissions from Electric Utility Boilers

0537 Control of Mercury Emissions

0538 Control of Ethylene Oxide

0539 Odor Control of Feed Ingredient Manufacturing Plants Updated

0540 Particulates from Fugitive Dust Emission

0541 Control of Emissions from Abrasive Blasting

0542 Control of Particulate Emissions from Cotton Ginning Operations

0543 Best Available Retrofit Technology

0544 Prevention of Significant Deterioration Requirements for Greenhouse Gases

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