||Petroleum refinery enforcement manual /
Kilbourn, N. A. ;
Carruthers, J. E. ;
McClure, J. L. ;
Mehta, D. H. ;
Pollard-Cavalli, R. I.
||PEDCo Environmental, Inc.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Division of Stationary Source Enforcement,
Petroleum refineries--Environmental aspects ;
Petroleum law and legislation
Petroleum industry ;
Air pollution control ;
Law enforcement ;
Design criteria ;
Reasonably available control technology ;
State implementation plans ;
Fugitive emissions ;
SIC 2911 ;
New source performance standards
||Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC
||Received from HQ
||Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA
||Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown.
||1 volume (loose-leaf) : illustrations ; 30 cm
Petroleum refining involves a wide variety of processes which are used to convert crude oil into many different, marketable products. The environmental regulations which govern the refining industry cover a multitude of sources and pollutants. Like the industry itself, these regulations are in a dynamic state of change. The complexity of refining processes and the regulations applicable to refineries created a need for a refinery enforcement manual. The manual has been developed to assist enforcement personnel in understanding the refining industry, as well as to aid them in making inspections and determining compliance with emission regulations. The manual includes detailed process descriptions; a glossary of refinery terms; a discussion of current regulations applicable to refineries; a discussion of enforcement procedures, including checklists which can be used during inspections; a list of all the refineries in the United States; discussions on refining theories; and a bibliography.
EPA-340/ 1-80-008. March 1980. Glossary: p. 1-14. Includes bibliographical references (pages 1-8).