Recent changes to New Jersey’s air toxics rules

Emission Master Tanks provides easy compliance with recent changes to New Jersey’s air toxics rules requiring worse case scenario short term emission rates.

The NJ DEP recently issued a reminder that permit applications require worst-case short-term emission rate for each air contaminant with potential emissions above the applicable reporting thresholds and with a Short-Term RfC (reference concentration) value in the table at http://www.state.nj.us/dep/aqpp/downloads/risk/ToxAll2017.pdf.  The application must indicate the worst-case operating scenario for each tank, which may result from scenarios like breathing, filling, roof landing, tank cleaning, tank degassing, as applicable. The worst-case emission rate for each air toxic will be used when conducting health risk assessments. 

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