SIP - ALASKA - 18 AAC 50.050
18 AAC 50.050 INCINERATOR EMISSION STANDARDS
(a) Visibility through the exhaust effluent of an incinerator, including an air curtain incinerator, may not be reduced by visible emissions, excluding condensed water vapor, by more than 20 percent averaged over any six consecutive minutes.
(b) Particulate matter emissions from an incinerator may not exceed the particulate matter standard listed for that incinerator in Table 4 in this subsection.
State effective: 5/3/2002; EPA effective: 9/13/07
Table 4. Particulate Matter Standards for Incinerators
Particulate Matter Standard
|Rated capacity less than 1000 pounds per hour||No limit|
|Rated capacity greater than or equal to 1000 but less than 2000 pounds per hour||0.15 grains per cubic foot of exhaust gas corrected to 12 percent CO2 and standard conditions, averaged over three hours|
|Rated capacity greater than or equal to 2000 pounds per hour||0.08 grains per cubic foot of exhaust gas corrected to 12 percent CO2 and standard conditions, averaged over three hours|
|An incinerator that burns waste containing more than 10 percent wastewater treatment plant sludge by dry weight from a municipal wastewater treatment plant that serves 10,000 or more persons ||0.65 grams per kilogram of dry sludge input|