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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Source assessment : Polychloroprene, state of the art /|
|Author||Horn, D. A., ; Tierney, D. R. ; Hughes., T. W.|
|CORP Author||Monsanto Research Corp., Dayton, Ohio.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab.-Cincinnati, Ohio. Industrial Pollution Control Div.|
|Publisher||Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Available to the public through National Technical Information Services [distributor],|
|Report Number||EPA-600/2-77-107o; MRC-DA-718; EPA-68-02-1874|
|Stock Number||PB-278 777|
|Subjects||Chemicals. ; Air--Pollution.|
|Additional Subjects||Air pollution control ; Chemical industry ; Polychloroprene ; Manufacturing ; Industrial wastes ; Combustion products ; Assessments ; Sources ; Hydrocarbons ; Particles ; Hydrogen chloride ; Nitrogen oxides ; Air filters ; Scrubbers ; Absorbers(Materials) ; Design criteria ; Performance evaluation ; Trends ; Talc ; Fabric filters ; Wet methods ; Emission factors ; State of the art|
|Collation||xiii, 84 pages : illustrations, map, charts plans ; 28 cm|
This document reviews the state of the art of air emissions from polychloroprene manufacture. The composition, quality, and rate of emissions, and their environmental effects are described. Polychloroprene is produced by the emulsion polymerization of 2-chloro-1,3-butadiene (chloroprene). Emissions include hydrocarbons, particulate, hydrogen chloride, and nitrogen oxides. To assess the severity of emissions from this industry, a representative plant was defined based on mean values for plant parameters. Source severity was defined as the ratio of the time-averaged maximum ground level concentration of an emission to the primary AAQS for criteria pollutants or to a reduced TLV for noncriteria pollutants. For a representative plant, source severities for particulate, hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, chloroprene, toluene, hydrogen chloride, and talc are 0.03, 23, 0.1, 4.3, 0.4, 0.9, and 3.4, respectively. Hydrocarbon emissions are controlled through a combination of process modifications. Particulates are controlled by exhaust systems in conjunction with wet scrubbers or fabric filters. Hydrogen chloride emissions are reduced by falling film absorbers and packed scrubbers.
"EPA 600/2-77-107o"--Title page. "December 1977"--Title page. "Contract No. 68-02-1874"--Title page. "Project Officer Ronald J. Turner Industrial Pollution Control Division Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory"--Title page.