||Major non-CTG VOC sources in Region 5 areas requiring 1982 ozone SIPs /
Segall, R. R. ;
Thames, J. C. ;
||Engineering-Science, Inc., Durham, NC.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5, Air and Hazardous Materials Division,
Volatile organic compounds. ;
United States.--Environmental Protection Agency.--Region V. ;
Air pollution ;
Volatile organic compounds ;
Emission inventories ;
EPA region 5 ;
Air pollution abatement ;
State implementation plans ;
National ambient air quality standards ;
Reasonably available control technology
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
|| p. ; 28 cm.
States with areas classified as nonattainment with respect to the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for ozone and which were granted extensions for demonstrating attainment until 1987 are to submit State Implementation Plan (SIP) revisions in 1982. These submittals are to contain emission inventories of major reactive volatile organic compound (RVOC) sources. Included in these inventories are source categories for which Control Techniques Guidelines (CTG) defining Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) have not been issued. In order to assist the states in ensuring completeness in the 1982 SIP submittals, this directory of probable major non-CTG RVOC sources in the Region V nonattainment areas of Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Louisville, Milwaukee, and St. Louis has been developed independently of existing state or EPA inventory information. For the purposes of this directory, a major source was defined as having RVOC emissions of 50 tons per year or greater to ensure that all appropriate major sources were included.
"November 1981". "EPA Project Officer: Edward Doty". Sponsored by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Includes bibliographical references. "EPA-905/9-81-006".