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Permitting Authority: HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

County: HONOLULU AFS Plant ID: 15-003-00101

Facility: APPLIED ENERGY SERVICES (AES)

*Document Type: Title V Permit
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[Issuance Date]
CERTIFIED MAIL 97-A
RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED File No. 0087-01
(P )

Mr. Mark Woodruff
President, General Manager
AES Hawaii, Inc.
91-086 Kaomi Loop
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707-1883

Dear Mr. Woodruff:

Subject: Covered Source Permit (CSP) No. 0087-01-C
AES Hawaii, Inc.
180 MW Coal-Fired Cogeneration Plant
Located at 91-086 Kaomi Loop, Campbell Industrial Park, Kapolei, Oahu
Date of Expiration: [Five (5) Year Period From Issuance Date]

The subject Covered Source Permit is issued in accordance with Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 11, Chapter 60.1. The issuance of this permit is based on the plans, specifications, and information submitted as part of your application dated September 1994, and all supplemental information dated November 2, 1994, January 3, 1996 and November 8, 1996.

The Covered Source Permit is issued subject to the conditions/requirements set forth in the following Attachments:

Attachment I: Standard Conditions
Attachment IIA: Special Conditions - CFB Boilers A and B
Attachment IIB: Special Conditions - Limestone Dryers 1A and 1B
Attachment IIC: Special Conditions - No. 2 Fuel Oil Storage Tank
Attachment IID: Special Conditions - Cooling Tower
Attachment IIE: Special Conditions - Coal Preparation Equipment
Attachment IIF: Special Conditions - Limestone Processing Equipment
Attachment IIG: Special Conditions - Ash Handling Equipment
Attachment III: Annual Fee Requirements
Attachment IV: Annual Emission Reporting Requirements








Mr. Mark Woodruff
[Issuance Date]
Page 2



The following forms are enclosed for the monitoring and reporting required by this Covered Source Permit.

Monitoring Report Form: Boilers
Annual Emissions Report Form: Boilers
Excess Emission and Monitoring System Performance Summary Report

This permit, (a) shall not in any manner affect the title of the premises upon which the equipment is to be located, (b) does not release the permittee from any liability for any loss due to personal injury or property damage caused by, resulting from or arising out of the design, installation, maintenance, or operation of the equipment, and (c) in no manner implies or suggests that the Department of Health, or its officers, agents, or employees, assumes any liability, directly or indirectly, for any loss due to personal injury or property damage caused by, resulting from or arising out of the design, installation, maintenance, or operation of the equipment.

Sincerely,




THOMAS E. ARIZUMI, P.E., CHIEF
Environmental Management Division

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Enclosures


ATTACHMENT I: STANDARD CONDITIONS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C
[Issuance Date]

This permit is granted in accordance with the Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Title 11, Chapter 60.1, Air Pollution Control, and is subject to the following standard conditions:

1. Unless specifically identified, the terms and conditions contained in this permit are consistent with the applicable requirement, including form, on which each term or condition is based.

2 This permit, or a copy thereof, shall be maintained at or near the source and shall be made available for inspection upon request. The permit shall not be wilfully defaced, altered, forged, counterfeited, or falsified.

3. This permit is not transferable whether by operation of law or otherwise, from person to person, from place to place, or from one piece of equipment to another without the approval of the Department of Health, except as provided in HAR, Section 11-60.1-91.

4. A request for transfer from person to person shall be made on forms furnished by the Department of Health.

5. In the event of any changes in control or ownership of the facilities to be constructed or modified, this permit shall be binding on all subsequent owners and operators. The permittee shall notify the succeeding owner and operator of the existence of this permit and its conditions by letter, copies of which will be forwarded to the Department of Health and the Regional Administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

6. The facility covered by this permit shall be constructed and operated in accordance with the application, and any information submitted as part of the application, for the Covered Source Permit. There shall be no deviation unless additional or revised plans are submitted to and approved by the Department of Health, and the permit is amended to allow such deviation.

7. This permit (a) does not release the permittee from compliance with other applicable statutes of the State of Hawaii, or with applicable local laws, regulations, or ordinances, and (b) shall not constitute, nor be construed to be an approval of the design of the covered source.

8. The permittee shall comply with all the terms and conditions of this permit. Any permit noncompliance constitutes a violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 and the Clean Air Act and is grounds for enforcement action; for permit termination, suspension, reopening, or amendment; or for denial of a permit renewal application.

9. If any term or condition of this permit becomes invalid as a result of a challenge to a portion of this permit, the other terms and conditions of this permit shall not be affected and shall remain valid.

10. The permittee shall not use as a defense in an enforcement action that it would have been necessary to halt or reduce the permitted activity to maintain compliance with the terms and conditions of this permit.

11. This permit may be terminated, suspended, reopened, or amended for cause pursuant to HAR, Sections, 11-60.1-10 and 11-60.1-98, and Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), Chapter 342B-27, after affording the permittee an opportunity for a hearing in accordance with HRS, Chapter 91.

12. The filing of a request by the permittee for the termination, suspension, reopening, or amendment of this permit, or of a notification of planned changes or anticipated noncompliance does not stay any permit condition.

13. This permit does not convey any property rights of any sort, or any exclusive privilege.

14. The permittee shall notify the Department of Health in writing of the following dates:

a. The anticipated date of initial start-up for each emission unit of a new source or significant modification not more than sixty (60) days or less than thirty (30) days prior to such date. c. The actual date of start-up within fifteen (15) days after such date.

15. The permittee shall furnish, in a timely manner, any information or records requested in writing by the Department of Health to determine whether cause exists for terminating, suspending, reopening, or amending this permit, or to determine compliance with this permit. Upon request, the permittee shall also furnish to the Department of Health copies of records required to be kept by the permit. For information claimed to be confidential, the Director of Health may require the permittee to furnish such records not only to the Department of Health but also directly to the U.S. EPA Administrator along with a claim of confidentiality.

16. The permittee shall notify the Department of Health in writing, of the intent to shut down air pollution control equipment for necessary scheduled maintenance at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the planned shutdown. The submittal of this notice shall not be a defense to an enforcement action. The notice shall include the following:

a. Identification of the specific equipment to be taken out of service, as well as its location and permit number; c. The nature and quantity of emissions of air pollutants likely to be emitted during the shutdown period; e. The reasons why it would be impossible or impractical to shut down the source operation during the maintenance period.

17. Except for emergencies which result in noncompliance with any technology-based emission limitation in accordance with HAR, Section 11-60.1-97, in the event any emission unit, air pollution control equipment, or related equipment breaks down in such a manner as to cause the emission of air pollutants in violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 or this permit, the permittee shall immediately notify the Department of Health of the failure or breakdown, unless the protection of personnel or public health or safety demands immediate attention to the failure or breakdown and makes such notification infeasible. In the latter case, the notice shall be provided as soon as practicable. Within five (5) working days of this initial notification, the permittee shall also submit, in writing, the following information:

a. Identification of emission points; c. Time and duration of the excess emissions; e. Cause and nature of the excess emissions; g. Documentation that the equipment or process was at all times maintained and operated in a manner consistent with good practice for minimizing emissions; and
18. A copy of applicable correspondence or records submitted to the Department of Health shall be provided to the U.S. EPA Administrator.

19. The permittee may request confidential treatment of any records in accordance with HAR section 11-60.1-14.

20. This permit shall become invalid with respect to the authorized construction if construction is not commenced as follows:
b. For phased construction projects, each phase shall commence construction within eighteen (18) months of the projected and approved commencement dates in the permit. This provision shall be applicable only if the projected and approved commencement dates of each construction phase are defined in Attachment II, Special Conditions, of this permit.

21. The Department of Health may extend the time periods specified in Standard Condition No. 20 upon a satisfactory showing that an extension is justified. Requests for an extension shall be submitted in writing to the Department of Health.

22. The permittee shall submit fees in accordance with HAR, Chapter 11-60.1, Subchapter 6.

23. All certifications shall be in accordance with HAR, section 11-60.1-4.

24. The permittee shall allow the Director of Health, the Regional Administrator for the U.S. EPA and/or an authorized representative, upon presentation of credentials or other documents required by law:


25. Within thirty (30) days of permanent discontinuance of the construction, modification, relocation, or operation of the facility covered by this permit, the discontinuance shall be reported in writing to the Department of Health by a responsible official of the source.

26. Application for permit renewal shall be submitted a minimum of twelve (12) months prior to the date of permit expiration on forms furnished by the Department of Health in accordance with HAR, section 11-60.1-101. In no event shall a renewal application be submitted more than eighteen (18) months before the date of expiration.

27. The terms and conditions included in this permit, including any provision designed to limit a source's potential to emit, are federally enforceable unless such terms, conditions, or requirements are specifically designated as not federally enforceable.

28. The compliance plan and compliance certification submittal requirements shall be in accordance with HAR, sections 11-60.1-85 and 11-60.1-86. As specified in HAR, section 11-60.1-86, the compliance certification shall be submitted to the Department of Health and the U.S. EPA Regional Administrator once per year, or more frequently as set by any applicable requirement.

29. Any document (including reports) required to be submitted by this permit shall be certified as being true, accurate, and complete by a responsible official in accordance with HAR, sections 11-60.1-1 and 11-60.1-4, and shall be mailed to the following address:
Environmental Management Division
Clean Air Branch
State Department of Health
P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, HI 96801-3378

Upon request, all correspondence to the State of Hawaii Department of Health associated with this Covered Source Permit shall have duplicate copies forwarded to:
Chief
Permits Office, (Attention: Air-3)
Air Division
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Region 9
75 Hawthorne Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-4, §11-60.1-90)




1 The citations to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the CFR. Due to the integration of the preconstruction and operating permit requirements, permit conditions may incorporate more stringent requirements than those set forth in the CFR.

2 The citations to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the SIP.

ATTACHMENT IIA: SPECIAL CONDITIONS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

CFB BOILERS A and B
[Issuance Date]

In addition to the standard conditions of the Covered Source Permit, the following special conditions shall apply to the permitted facility:

Section A. Equipment Description

1. This portion of the Covered Source Permit encompasses the following equipment and associated appurtenances:

i. Two (2) Alhstrom Pyropower Corp. Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) steam boilers and one (1) steam turbine generator;
ii. Air Pollution Control Devices:

(1) NOX Control

(a) Low-Temperature Staged Combustion
(b) Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) with Ammonia/Urea Injection (Thermal DeNOx)

(a) Fabric Filter Baghouse

(3) SO2 Control

(a) Limestone Injection

b. 25,000 Gallon Anhydrous Ammonia Storage Tank (Pressurized)

2. The permittee shall permanently attach an identification tag or nameplate on each piece of equipment which identifies the model number, serial or I.D. number and manufacturer. The identification tag or nameplate shall be attached to the equipment in a conspicuous location.

Section B. Applicable Federal Regulations

1. This equipment is subject to the provisions of the following sections:

a. 40 CFR Part 60, Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources:

i. Subpart A - General Provisions
ii. Subpart Da - Standards of Performance for Electric Utility Steam Generating Units for Which Construction is Commenced After September 18, 1978.

b. 40 CFR Part 52.21, Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality


2. The storage and use of ammonia in this facility is subject to the provisions of 40 CFR Part 68, Chemical Accident Prevention Provisions. The permittee shall comply with all applicable requirements, including submittal of:

a. A compliance schedule for meeting the requirements of 40 CFR Part 68 by the date provided in 40 CFR 68.10(a); or
b. As part of the compliance certification submitted pursuant to Attachment I, Standard Condition No. 28, a certification statement that the facility is in compliance with all requirements of 40 CFR 68, including the registration and submission of the Risk Management Plan.
Section C. Operational and Emission Limitations

1. The CFB Boilers A and B shall be fired primarily on coal with a maximum sulfur content not to exceed 1.5 percent by weight. During hot or cold startups, the CFB Boilers A and B may be fired on Fuel Oil No. 2 with a maximum sulfur content not to exceed 0.5 percent by weight.

2. The CFB Boilers A and B may also be fired on a mixture of coal and tire derived fuel (TDF) such that the feed rate of TDF does not exceed 7.5 tons per hour.

3. The maximum amount of coal and TDF fired into the CFB Boilers A and B shall not exceed 215,000 lb/hr.

4. Air Pollution Control Equipment

i. A maximum SO2 emission limit (3-hour average) of 48 ppm at 15% O2, dry and 645.0 lb/hr, and a minimum SO2 removal efficiency of 75%. The maximum sulfur content of the fuel shall not exceed 1.5 percent by weight.
ii. A lead emission limit (3-hour average) of 0.0012 grains per dry standard cubic feet (gr/dscf) at 12% CO2, dry and 5.7 lb/hr.

b. Selective non-catalytic reduction system (Thermal DeNOx) for the CFB Boilers A and B shall meet a NOx emission limit (3-hour average) of 25 ppm (baseload) and 59 ppm (low load) at 15% O2, dry and 236.5 lb/hr.

c. Fabric filter baghouses for the CFB Boilers A and B shall meet the following:

i. A particulate emission limit (3-hour average) of 0.0070 gr/dscf at 12% CO2, ii. A lead emission limit (3-hour average) of 0.0012 gr/dscf at 12% CO2, dry and 5.7 lb/hr.

d. The permittee shall ensure the following items of the baghouse are operating properly:

i. The filter bags are checked for any tears, holes, abrasions and scuffs; and replaced as needed.
ii. The hoppers are discharged in a timely manner to prevent excessive particulate buildup which could cause compaction, overflow or plugging.
iii. The cleaning system is maintained and operated at sufficient intervals to minimize particulate buildup or caking on the filter bags.
iv. Other items/equipment, essential for the effective operation of the baghouse are maintained.

e. Proper combustion controls

f. The 25,000 gallon anhydrous ammonia storage tank associated with the Thermal DeNOx system shall be pressurized and equipped with an over pressure detection system. The filling of ammonia into the storage tank shall be done under a closed system where the displaced vapors from the storage tank are routed back to the delivery vessel.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, HAR §11-60.1-38, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-161;
40 CFR 60.42a, 40 CFR 60.43a, 40 CFR 68)1

5. Maximum Emission Limits








Maximum Emission Limits1
Compound
lb/hrlb/mmBtuppmvd @ 15%O2gr/dscf @ 12% CO2, dry
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
645.01.248--
Nitrogen Oxides (NOX)2
--------
baseload
236.50.525--
low load5
236.50.559--
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
408.4--70--
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)3
32.2--3.5--
Lead (Pb)
5.7----1.2E-3
Particulate Matter (TSP)
32.24----7.0E-3
Fluorides
0.029.3E-5----
Mercury
0.178.1E-5----
Beryllium
0.0673.1E-5----
Sulfuric Acid Mist
4.101.9E-3----
1 3-hour average with standard conditions assumed to be 680F and 29.92 inches Hg. Stack concentrations assumed to be 5% H2O, 6.5% O2 and 12% CO2. Stack temperature at outlet is 2650F and stack pressure at outlet is atmospheric (29.92 inches Hg).
2 Molecular weight of NOx taken to be that of NO2 (46).
3 Molecular weight of VOC taken to be that of propane (44).
4 PM10 emission rate assumed to be 100% of the total particulate matter (TSP) emission rate.
5 Low load is an individual boiler heat input of less than 450 mmBtu/hr. 40 CFR 60.42a, 40 CFR 60.43a, 40 CFR 60.44a)1

6. Opacity of Stack Emissions

7. Fugitive Particulate Emissions

a. The permittee shall take measures to control fugitive dust (e.g., wet suppression, enclosures, etc.) at all material transfer points, stockpiles, and throughout the workyard. The Department of Health may at any time require the permittee to further abate fugitive dust emissions if an inspection indicates poor or insufficient control.
b. The permittee shall not cause or permit fugitive dust to become airborne without taking reasonable precautions and shall not cause or permit the discharge of visible emissions or fugitive dust beyond the lot line of the property on which the emissions originate.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-33, §11-60.1-90)

Section D. Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements

1. The sulfur content of the coal and fuel oil fired in the CFB Boilers shall be tested in accordance with the most current American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) methods. The sulfur content of the coal and fuel oil shall be verified by both of the following methods:

a. A representative sample of the coal and fuel oil used by the CFB Boilers A and B shall be analyzed for its sulfur content by weight at least once a month; and
b. A certificate of analysis on the sulfur content of the coal and fuel oil shall be obtained from the respective suppliers upon delivery of shipments.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90)

2. The permittee shall operate and maintain a fuel measurement system(s) for the continuous measurement and recording of the amount of coal and oil being fired in CFB Boilers A and B. The permittee shall also measure and record the amount of TDF being fired in CFB Boilers A and B.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90)

3. The permittee shall maintain records on the total amount of fuel fired in the CFB Boilers A and B on a daily and monthly basis. The permittee shall maintain records of fuel sulfur content on a monthly basis.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90)

4. The permittee shall operate and maintain a continuous monitoring system to monitor and record the opacity of the stack emissions and the concentrations of NOx, SO2, and CO2 or O2 in the CFB Boilers A and B stack gas. For the CO2 CEMS, 40 CFR 60, Appendix A Method 20 Equations 20-2 and 20-5 shall be used. The system shall meet EPA performance specifications (40 CFR 60.13 and 40 CFR 60, Appendices B and F).

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-161, 40 CFR 60.47a)1

5. The permittee shall maintain a file of all measurements and monitoring data, including the continuous monitoring system performance evaluations; calibrations checks; and adjustments and maintenance performed on the system or devices and all other information required to be recorded by 40 CFR 60.13 in a permanent form suitable for inspection.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-161, 40 CFR 60.49a)1

6. All records, including support information, shall be maintained at the facility for at least five (5) years from the date of the monitoring samples, measurements, tests, reports, or application. Support information includes all calibration and maintenance records and copies of all reports required by the permit. These records shall be in a permanent form suitable for inspection and made available to the Department of Health or their representative upon request.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90, SIP §11-60-15)2

Section E. Notification and Reporting Requirements

1. Excess Emissions
c. The date and time identifying each period during which the continuous monitoring system was inoperative except for zero and span checks. The nature of each system repair or adjustment shall be described. e. All reports shall be postmarked by the 30th day following the end of each monitoring quarter. The enclosed Excess Emission and Monitoring System Performance Summary Report shall be used in conjunction to the reporting of excess emissions of NOX, SO2 and opacity.
f. For purposes of this Covered Source Permit, excess emissions shall be defined as follows:

i. Any three (3)-hour period during which the average emissions of NOX and SO2, as measured by the continuous monitoring system, exceed the emission limits set forth in Attachment IIA, Special Condition No. C.5.
ii. Any opacity measurements, as measured by the transmissometer continuous monitoring system exceeding the opacity limits and corresponding averaging times set forth in Attachment IIA, Special Condition No. C.6.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-32, §11-60.1-38, §11-60.1-90,
§11-60.1-161; SIP§11-60-15, §11-60-24; 40 CFR 60.47a, 60.48a, 60.49a)1, 2

2. Annual Emissions

a. As required by Attachment IV and in conjunction with the requirements of Attachment III, the permittee shall submit on an annual basis the total tons per year emitted of each regulated air pollutant, including hazardous air pollutants. The reporting of annual emissions is due within sixty (60) days following the end of each calendar year. Upon written request of the permittee, the deadline may be extended if the Department of Health determines that reasonable justification exists for the extension.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-114)

3. Additional notification and reporting requirements shall be conducted in accordance with the standard conditions found in Attachment I, Standard Conditions 16, 17 and 25 respectively. These notifications shall include, but not be limited to:

a. Intent to shut down air pollution control equipment for necessary scheduled maintenance,
b. Emissions of air pollutants in violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 or this permit (excluding technology-based emission exceedences due to emergencies), and
c. Permanent discontinuance of construction, modification, relocation or operation of the facility covered by this permit.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-8, §11-60.1-15, §11-60.1-16, §11-60.1-90)

4. The permittee shall report within five (5) working days any deviations from the permit requirements, including those attributable to upset conditions, the probable cause of such deviations and any corrective actions or preventive measures taken. Corrective actions may include a requirement for additional stack testing or more frequent monitoring, or could trigger implementation of a corrective action plan.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-15, §11-60.1-16, §11-60.1-90, SIP§11-60-16)2

5. At least thirty (30) days prior to the following events, the permittee shall notify the Department of Health in writing of:

a. Conducting a performance specification test on the CEMS. The testing date shall be in accordance with the performance test date identified in 40 CFR 60.13.
b. Conducting a source performance test as required in Attachment IIA, Section F.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-161; 40 CFR 60.13)1

6. Compliance Certification

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-86, §11-60.1-90)

7. The permittee shall submit semi-annually the following written reports to the Department of Health. The report shall be submitted within sixty (60) days after the end of each semi-annual calendar period (January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31), and shall include the following:

a. The total amount of fuel burned in the boiler on a daily and monthly basis. The enclosed Monitoring Report Form: Boilers shall be used for reporting;
b. Summary of fuel sulfur content;
c. Identify any occurrences where the fuel received by the facility does not meet the fuel specification identified in Attachment IIA, Special Condition No. C.1. If all fuel received for the applicable period meet the specification, the permittee shall state so; and
(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-90)

8. Within sixty (60) days after the end of each calendar year, the file of all measurements and monitoring data, including the continuous monitoring system performance evaluations; calibrations checks; and adjustments and maintenance performed on the system or devices and all other information required to be recorded by 40 CFR 60.13 for that calendar year shall be summarized and reported to the Department of Health.

9. The permittee shall also comply with the reporting requirements of 40 CFR 60.49a.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-161, 40 CFR 60.49a, SIP§11-60-15)1,2

Section F. Testing Requirements

1. The permittee shall conduct or cause to be conducted annual emissions performance tests on the two (2) fluidized bed boilers for nitrogen oxides (NOx as NO2), volatile organic compounds (VOC), sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), lead (Pb), particulate matter (TSP), fluorides, mercury, beryllium and sulfuric acid mist. The permittee shall furnish the Department of Health and the EPA a written report of such tests. All performance tests shall be conducted at the maximum operating capacity of the units being tested, and at other operating capacities as may be specified in the methods cited in Attachment IIA, Special Condition No. F.2. The report shall also indicate the type of fuel used during the testing.

2. Performance tests for the emissions of NOx, SO2, CO, Pb, VOC, TSP, fluorides, mercury, beryllium, sulfuric acid mist shall be conducted and results reported in accordance with the applicable tests methods set forth in 40 CFR 60 Appendix A, 40 CFR 60.8, and 40 CFR 61, Appendix B. Performance tests for the emissions of NOx, SO2, CO, Pb, VOC, TSP, fluorides, mercury, and beryllium shall be conducted using EPA Methods 1-4, 5 or 17, 6, 7, 10, 12, 13B, 19, 25, 101, and 103, EPA approved equivalent methods, or alternate methods with prior written approval from the Department of Health. The test method for the determination of sulfuric acid mist shall be approved by the Department of Health. EPA Reference Method 8 may be used, if it can be shown that the fluoride emissions will not interfere with the testing procedures or results.

3. Each performance test shall consist of three (3) separate runs using the applicable test method. For the purpose of determining compliance with the applicable regulation, the arithmetic mean of the results from the three (3) runs shall apply.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90; SIP§11-60.-15; 40 CFR 60.8)1, 2

4. At least thirty (30) days prior to actual testing, the permittee shall submit to the Department of Health a written quality assurance test plan detailing methods and procedures to be used. Such a plan shall conform to EPA guidelines including quality assurance procedures. A test plan or quality assurance plan that does not have the approval of the Department of Health may be grounds to invalidate any test and require a retest.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90; SIP§11-60.-15) 2

5. The permittee, at its own expense, shall be responsible for installing, providing and maintaining the necessary ports in stacks or ducts and such other safe and proper sampling and testing facilities as may be necessary for the determination of the air pollutant emissions. The Department of Health may monitor any of the required performance tests.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90; SIP§11-60-15) 2

6. Within sixty (60) days after a performance test, the permittee shall submit to the Department of Health the test report which shall include the operating conditions of the CFB Boilers A and B at the time of the test, the summarized test results, and other pertinent field and laboratory data.

Section G. Agency Notification










1 The citations to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the CFR. Due to the integration of the preconstruction and operating permit requirements, permit conditions may incorporate more stringent requirements than those set forth in the CFR.

2 The citations to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the SIP.

ATTACHMENT IIB: SPECIAL CONDITIONS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

LIMESTONE DRYERS 1A and 1B
[Issuance Date]

In addition to the standard conditions of the Covered Source Permit, the following special conditions shall apply to the permitted facility:

Section A. Equipment Description

1. This portion of the Covered Source Permit encompasses the following equipment and associated appurtenances:

i. Two (2) 4.75 MMBtu/hr heat input (each) Limestone Dryers
ii. Air Pollution Control Devices:

(1) Particulate/Opacity Control

(a) Two (2) Fabric Filter Baghouses

2. The permittee shall permanently attach an identification tag or nameplate on each piece of equipment which identifies the model number, serial or I.D. number and manufacturer. The identification tag or nameplate shall be attached to the equipment in a conspicuous location.

Section B. Operational and Emission Limitations

1. The two (2) limestone dryers shall be fired only on Fuel Oil No. 2 with a maximum fuel sulfur content not to exceed 0.5 percent by weight.

2. Air Pollution Control Equipment

3. From the two (2) baghouses servicing the two (2) limestone dryers, particulate matter, sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides (NOX as NO2) shall not be emitted in excess of the following specified limits:
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Attachment IIB
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[Issuance Date]







Compound
Maximum Emission Limits (lb/hr)
(3-hr average)
Particulate Matter
0.04
Sulfur Dioxides
4.8
Nitrogen Oxides
1.4

4. The permittee shall ensure the following items of the baghouse are operating properly:

a. The filter bags are checked for any tears, holes, abrasions and scuffs; and replaced as needed.
b. The hoppers are discharged in a timely manner to prevent excessive particulate buildup which could cause compaction, overflow or plugging.
c. The cleaning system is maintained and operated at sufficient intervals to minimize particulate buildup or caking on the filter bags.
d. Other items/equipment, essential for the effective operation of the baghouse are maintained.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90)

5. For any six (6) minute averaging period, the two (2) limestone dryers shall not exhibit visible emissions of twenty (20) percent opacity or greater, except as follows. During start-up, shutdown, or equipment breakdown, the two (2) limestone dryers may exhibit visible emissions greater than twenty, but not exceeding sixty (60) percent opacity for a period aggregating not more than six minutes in any one hour.

6. Fugitive Particulate Emissions
b. The permittee shall not cause or permit fugitive dust to become airborne without taking reasonable precautions and shall not cause or permit the discharge of visible emissions or fugitive dust beyond the lot line of the property on which the emissions originate.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-33, §11-60.1-90)

Section C. Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements

1. The sulfur content of the fuel oil shall be tested in accordance with the most current ASTM methods. The sulfur content of the fuel oil shall be verified by both of the following methods:

a. A representative sample of the fuel oil shall be analyzed for its sulfur content by weight at least once a month; and
b. A certificate of analysis on the sulfur content of the fuel oil shall be obtained from the supplier upon delivery of shipment.

2. The permittee shall maintain records on the total amount of fuel fired in the two (2) limestone dryers on a daily and monthly basis.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90; SIP§11-60-15)2

3. All records, including support information, shall be maintained at the facility for at least five (5) years from the date of the monitoring samples, measurements, tests, reports, or application. Support information includes all calibration and maintenance records and copies of all reports required by the permit. These records shall be in a permanent form suitable for inspection and made available to the Department of Health or their representative upon request.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90; SIP§11-60-15)2

Section D. Notification and Reporting Requirements

1. The permittee shall submit semi-annually the following written reports to the Department of Health. The reports shall be submitted within sixty (60) days after the end of each semi-annual calendar period (January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31), and shall include the following:

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-90)

2. Additional notification and reporting requirements shall be conducted in accordance with the standard conditions found in Attachment I, Standard Conditions 16, 17 and 25, respectively. These notifications shall include, but not be limited to:

a. Intent to shut down air pollution control equipment for necessary scheduled maintenance,
b. Emissions of air pollutants in violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 or this permit (excluding technology-based emission exceedences due to emergencies), and
c. Permanent discontinuance of construction, modification, relocation or operation of the facility covered by this permit.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-8, §11-60.1-15, §11-60.1-16, §11-60.1-90)

3. Annual Emissions

4. Compliance Certification

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-86, §11-60.1-90)

5. The permittee shall report within five (5) working days any deviations from the permit requirements, including those attributable to upset conditions, the probable cause of such deviations and any corrective actions or preventive measures taken. Corrective actions may include a requirement for additional stack testing or more frequent monitoring, or could trigger implementation of a corrective action plan.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-15, §11-60.1-16, §11-60.1-90; SIP§11-60-16)2

Section E. Testing Requirements

1. Although a stack test or opacity test is not required at this time, the Department of Health reserves the right to require, at any time, a stack test or opacity test to be performed for these sources.

Section F. Agency Notification



1 The citations to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the CFR. Due to the integration of the preconstruction and operating permit requirements, permit conditions may incorporate more stringent requirements than those set forth in the CFR.

2 The citations to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the SIP.

ATTACHMENT IIC: SPECIAL CONDITIONS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

NO. 2 FUEL OIL STORAGE TANK
[Issuance Date]

In addition to the standard conditions of the Covered Source Permit, the following special conditions shall apply to the permitted facility:

Section A. Equipment Description

1. This portion of the Covered Source Permit encompasses the following equipment and associated appurtenances:

a. No. 2 Fuel Oil Storage Tank

i. Tank Capacity is 60,00 gallons (227 m3)

(1) Height is 18 ft.
(2) Diameter is 24 ft.

ii. Tank Characteristics:

(1) Cone roof
(2) White shell
(3) Vertical Fixed-roof
(4) Above ground

2. The permittee shall permanently attach an identification tag or nameplate on each piece of equipment which identifies the model number, serial or I.D. number and manufacturer. The identification tag or nameplate shall be attached to the equipment in a conspicuous location.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5)

Section B. Applicable Federal Regulations

1. The No. 2 Fuel Oil Storage Tank is exempt from the provisions of New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), Subpart Kb - Standards of Performance for Volatile Organic Liquid Storage Vessels for which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced after July 23, 1984, due to the operational limitation specified in Attachment IIC, Special Condition No. C.1. Should there be any relaxation in this restriction by storing any volatile organic liquid (VOL) with a true vapor pressure greater than or equal to 3.5 kPa, the petroleum storage tank will be subject to all applicable requirements of Subpart Kb, including all notification, monitoring and reporting requirements.

Section C. Operational and Emission Limitations

CSP No. 0087-01-C
Attachment IIC
Page 1 of 4
[Issuance Date]

1. Only No. 2 Fuel Oil shall be stored in this tank.


Section D. Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements 1. Records showing the dimensions (meters) and capacity (cubic meters) of the No. 2 Fuel Oil Storage tank shall be maintained on-site for the life of the No. 2 Fuel Oil Storage Tank.

2. Records shall be maintained on the type of fuel stored in the tank, the period of storage and the maximum true vapor pressure (kPa) of the fuel stored during the respective storage period. Determination of the maximum true vapor pressure shall be in accordance with 40 CFR Part 60, Section 116b(e).

3. All records, including support information, shall be maintained at the facility for at least five (5) years from the date of the monitoring samples, measurements, tests, reports, or application. Support information includes all calibration and maintenance records and copies of all reports required by the permit. These records shall be in a permanent form suitable for inspection and made available to the Department of Health or their representative upon request.

Section E. Notification and Reporting Requirements

1. The Department of Health shall be notified if the service of this tank is changed from storing No. 2 Fuel Oil. This notification shall occur in writing at least thirty (30) days prior to the change of service.

2. Alternate Operating Scenarios.

i. The permittee may store VOL other than No. 2 Fuel Oil in the petroleum storage tank provided that all applicable conditions of this Covered Source Permit are satisfied and the following are adhered to:



(1) Prior to storage of an alternate fuel, the permittee shall submit written notification identifying the type of VOL intended to be stored and obtain the Department of Health’s approval for storing the alternate fuel;
(2) Proper documentation indicating the VOL as having a true vapor pressure less than 3.5 kPa shall be submitted with the written notification; and
(3) If requested by the Department of Health, a determination of the true vapor pressure of the VOL shall be performed in accordance with an applicable method as specified in NSPS, Subpart Kb or any other method approved by the Department of Health.

ii. The permittee shall, contemporaneously with making a change from one operating scenario to another, record in a log at the permitted facility the scenario under which it is operating and, if required by any applicable requirement or the Department of Health, submit written notification to the Department of Health, and
iii. The terms and conditions under each alternative operating scenario shall meet all applicable requirements including conditions of this permit.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90)

3. Annual Emissions

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-114)

4. Compliance Certification

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-86, §11-60.1-90)

5. The permittee shall submit semi-annually the following written reports to the Department of Health. The reports shall be submitted within sixty (60) days after the end of each semi-annual calendar period (January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31), and shall include the following:

a. Type of fuel stored in the tank, dates of storage, and the maximum true vapor pressure (kPa) of the fuel stored.

b. Deviations from permit requirements shall be clearly identified and addressed in these reports.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-90)

6. Additional notification and reporting requirements shall be conducted in accordance with the standard conditions found in Attachment I, Standard Conditions 16, 17 and 25, respectively. These notifications shall include, but not be limited to:

a. Intent to shut down air pollution control equipment for necessary scheduled maintenance,
b. Emissions of air pollutants in violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 or this permit (excluding technology-based emission exceedences due to emergencies), and
c. Permanent discontinuance of construction, modification, relocation or operation of the facility covered by this permit.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-8, §11-60.1-15, §11-60.1-16, §11-60.1-90)

Section F. Agency Notification



1 The citations to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the CFR. Due to the integration of the preconstruction and operating permit requirements, permit conditions may incorporate more stringent requirements than those set forth in the CFR.

2 The citations to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the SIP.


ATTACHMENT IID: SPECIAL CONDITIONS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

COOLING TOWER
[Issuance Date]

In addition to the standard conditions of the Covered Source Permit, the following special conditions shall apply to the permitted facility:

Section A. Equipment Description

1. This portion of the Covered Source Permit encompasses the following equipment and associated appurtenances:

a. One (1) Five-Cell Cooling Tower
Cooling Tower Specifications:

i. Induced Draft
ii. Maximum water circulating rate is 104,000 gallons per minute
iii. Maximum drift rate is 0.002%

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3)

2. The permittee shall permanently attach an identification tag or nameplate on each piece of equipment which identifies the model number, serial or I.D. number and manufacturer. The identification tag or nameplate shall be attached to the equipment in a conspicuous location.

Section B. Operational and Emission Limitations

1. Chromium-containing water treatment chemicals shall not be used in to the cooling tower.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-180; 40 CFR 63.402)1

2. The design circulating rate of the cooling tower shall not exceed 104,000 gallons per minute.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90)

3. The cooling tower maximum drift loss shall not exceed 0.002% of the total circulating rate of the water.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90)

4. The cooling tower circulating water shall not contain total dissolved solids in excess of 44,000 mg/l or chlorine in excess of 1 mg/l.

Section C. Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements 1. Manufacturer's data on the design total drift rate and maximum design circulating flow rate of the cooling tower shall be kept on file at the facility for the life of the equipment.

CSP No. 0087-01-C
Attachment IID
Page 1 of 4
[Issuance Date]

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90)

2. Records shall be maintained on the type and quantities of water treatment chemicals used in the cooling tower on a monthly basis. All Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) associated with each chemical shall be maintained on site and made available for Department of Health’s inspection upon request.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90)

3. The cooling tower blowdown water shall be analyzed monthly for the following in accordance with test methods approved by the Department of Health:

a. Total Dissolved Solids
b. Chlorine

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90)

4. An on-site log shall be kept of the cooling tower blowdown water analysis test results.

5. An inspection, maintenance and repair log shall be maintained for the cooling tower.

6. The Department of Health at any time may require the permittee to conduct water sample analysis for chromium based water treatment chemicals.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90, 40 CFR 63.404)

7. All records, including support information, shall be maintained at the facility for at least five (5) years from the date of the monitoring samples, measurements, tests, reports, or application. Support information includes all calibration and maintenance records and copies of all reports required by the permit. These records shall be in a permanent form suitable for inspection and made available to the Department of Health or their representative upon request.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90; SIP§11- 60-15) 2

Section D. Notification and Reporting Requirements

1. The permittee shall submit semi-annually the following written reports to the Department of Health. The reports shall be submitted within sixty (60) days after the end of each semi-annual calendar period (January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31), and shall include the following:

a. A summary of the cooling tower blowdown water analysis test results.
b. Deviations from permit requirements shall be clearly identified and addressed in these reports.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-90)

2. Additional notification and reporting requirements shall be conducted in accordance with the standard conditions found in Attachment I, Standard Conditions 16, 17 and 25, respectively These notifications shall include, but not be limited to:

a. Intent to shut down air pollution control equipment for necessary scheduled maintenance,
b. Emissions of air pollutants in violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 or this permit (excluding technology-based emission exceedences due to emergencies), and
c. Permanent discontinuance of construction, modification, relocation or operation of the facility covered by this permit.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-8, §11-60.1-15, §11-60.1-16, §11-60.1-90)

3. The permittee shall report within five (5) working days any deviations from the permit requirements, including those attributable to upset conditions, the probable cause of such deviations and any corrective actions or preventive measures taken. Corrective actions may include a requirement for additional stack testing or more frequent monitoring, or could trigger implementation of a corrective action plan.

4. Annual Emissions

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-114)

5. Compliance Certification

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-86, §11-60.1-90)

Section E. Agency Notification








1 The citations to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the CFR. Due to the integration of the preconstruction and operating permit requirements, permit conditions may incorporate more stringent requirements than those set forth in the CFR.

2 The citations to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the SIP.

ATTACHMENT IIE: SPECIAL CONDITIONS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

COAL PREPARATION EQUIPMENT
[Issuance Date]

In addition to the standard conditions of the Covered Source Permit, the following special conditions shall apply to the permitted facility:

Section A. Equipment Description

1. This portion of the Covered Source Permit encompasses the following equipment and associated appurtenances:

a. Coal Preparation Equipment:

i. Overland Coal Conveyor
ii. Three (3) Coal Lowering Wells
iii. Three (3) Coal Conveyors
iv. Coal Reclaim Hopper
v. Magnetic Separator
vi. Coal Crusher
vii. Coal Storage Silos

i. Fabric Filter Baghouses for coal crushing operations

2. The permittee shall permanently attach an identification tag or name plate on each piece of equipment which identifies the model number, serial or I.D. number and manufacturer. The identification tag or nameplate shall be attached to all equipment in a conspicuous location.

Section B. Applicable Federal Regulations

1. This equipment is subject to the provisions of the following sections of 40 CFR Part 60, Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources:

a. Subpart A - General Provisions
b. Subpart Y - Standards of Performance for Coal Preparation Plants


Section C. Operational and Emission Limitations

1. Air Pollution Control Equipment

2. Emission Limitations
b. Emissions from the baghouses servicing the coal crushing operations exhibiting an opacity of seven percent or greater (six-minute average).

3. The permittee shall ensure the following items of the baghouse are operating properly:

a. The filter bags are checked for any tears, holes, abrasions and scuffs; and replaced as needed.
b. The hoppers are discharged in a timely manner to prevent excessive particulate buildup which could cause compaction, overflow or plugging.
c. The cleaning system is maintained and operated at sufficient intervals to minimize particulate buildup or caking on the filter bags.
d. Other items/equipment, essential for the effective operation of the baghouse are maintained.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90)

4. Fugitive Particulate Emissions

a. The permittee shall take measures to control fugitive dust (e.g., wet suppression, enclosures, etc.) at all material transfer points, stockpiles, and throughout the workyard. The Department of Health may at any time require the permittee to further abate fugitive dust emissions if an inspection indicates poor or insufficient control.

b. The permittee shall not cause or permit fugitive dust to become airborne without taking reasonable precautions and shall not cause or permit the discharge of visible emissions or fugitive dust beyond the lot line of the property on which the emissions originate.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-33, §11-60.1-90)

Section D. Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements

1. All records, including support information, shall be maintained at the facility for at least five (5) years from the date of the monitoring samples, measurements, tests, reports, or application. Support information includes all calibration and maintenance records and copies of all reports required by the permit. These records shall be in a permanent form suitable for inspection and made available to the Department of Health or their representative upon request.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90, SIP §11-60-15)2

Section E. Notification and Reporting Requirements

1. Notification and reporting requirements shall be conducted in accordance with the standard conditions found in Attachment I, Standard Conditions 16, 17 and 25, respectively. These notifications shall include, but not be limited to:

a. Intent to shut down air pollution control equipment for necessary scheduled maintenance,
b. Emissions of air pollutants in violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 or this permit (excluding technology-based emission exceedences due to emergencies), and
c. Permanent discontinuance of construction, modification, relocation or operation of the facility covered by this permit.

2. The permittee shall report within five (5) working days any deviations from the permit requirements, including those attributable to upset conditions, the probable cause of such deviations and any corrective actions or preventive measures taken. Corrective actions may include a requirement for additional stack testing or more frequent monitoring, or could trigger implementation of a corrective action plan.

3. Annual Emissions

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-114)

4. Compliance Certification

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-86, §11-60.1-90)

Section F. Testing Requirements

1. Performance tests for the determination of opacity shall be conducted on an annual basis using Method 9 of 40 CFR Part 60 Appendix A and the procedures in 40 CFR 60.11 with the following additions:

a. The minimum distance between the observer and the emission source shall be 4.57 meters (15 feet).
b. The observer shall, when possible, select a position that minimizes interference from other fugitive emission sources. The required observer position relative to the sun (Method 9, Section 2.1) must be followed.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-11, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-161, 40 CFR 60.675)1

Section G. Agency Notification


1 The citations to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the CFR. Due to the integration of the preconstruction and operating permit requirements, permit conditions may incorporate more stringent requirements than those set forth in the CFR.

2 The citations to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the SIP.


ATTACHMENT IIF: SPECIAL CONDITIONS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

LIMESTONE PROCESSING EQUIPMENT
[Issuance Date]

In addition to the standard conditions of the Covered Source Permit, the following special conditions shall apply to the permitted facility:

Section A. Equipment Description

1. This portion of the Covered Source Permit encompasses the following equipment and associated appurtenances:

a. Limestone Processing Equipment:

i. Two (2) Limestone Feeders
ii. Two (2) Limestone Pulverizers
iii. Limestone Storage Hoppers

b. Air Pollution Control Devices:

i. Fabric Filter Baghouses for limestone crushing operations

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3)

2. The permittee shall permanently attach an identification tag or nameplate on each piece of equipment which identifies the model number, serial or I.D. number and manufacturer. The identification tag or nameplate shall be attached to all equipment in a conspicuous location.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-5)

Section B. Applicable Federal Regulations

1. This equipment is subject to the provisions of the following sections of 40 CFR Part 60, Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources:

a. Subpart A - General Provisions
b. Subpart OOO - Standards of Performance for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-90, §11-60.1-161, 40 CFR 60.1, 40 CFR 60.670)1

Section C. Operational and Emission Limitations

1. Air Pollution Control Equipment
CSP No. 0087-01-C
Attachment IIF
Page 1 of 4
[Issuance Date]

a. Fabric filter baghouse for the limestone crushing operations shall meet a particulate emission limit (3-hour average) of 0.04 lb/hr.

2. Emissions Limitations

a. From the baghouse servicing the limestone crushing operations, particulate matter in excess of 0.04 lb/hr (3-hour average).
b. Emissions from the baghouses servicing the limestone crushing operations exhibiting an opacity of seven percent or greater (six-minute average).

3. The permittee shall ensure the following items of the baghouse are operating properly:

a. The filter bags are checked for any tears, holes, abrasions and scuffs; and replaced as needed.
b. The hoppers are discharged in a timely manner to prevent excessive particulate buildup which could cause compaction, overflow or plugging.
c. The cleaning system is maintained and operated at sufficient intervals to minimize particulate buildup or caking on the filter bags.
d. Other items/equipment, essential for the effective operation of the baghouse are maintained.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-5, §11-60.1-90)

4. Fugitive Particulate Emissions

a. The permittee shall take measures to control fugitive dust (e.g., wet suppression, enclosures, etc.) at all material transfer points, stockpiles, and throughout the workyard. The Department of Health may at any time require the permittee to further abate fugitive dust emissions if an inspection indicates poor or insufficient control.

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-33, §11-60.1-90)

Section D. Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements

1. All records, including support information, shall be maintained at the facility for at least five (5) years from the date of the monitoring samples, measurements, tests, reports, or application. Support information includes all calibration and maintenance records and copies of all reports required by the permit. These records shall be in a permanent form suitable for inspection and made available to the Department of Health or their representative upon request.

Section E. Notification and Reporting Requirements

1. Notification and reporting requirements shall be conducted in accordance with the standard conditions found in Attachment I, Standard Conditions 16, 17, and 25, respectively. These notifications shall include, but not be limited to:
b. Emissions of air pollutants in violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 or this permit (excluding technology-based emission exceedences due to emergencies), and
c. Permanent discontinuance of construction, modification, relocation or operation of the facility covered by this permit.

2. The permittee shall report within five (5) working days any deviations from the permit requirements, including those attributable to upset conditions, the probable cause of such deviations and any corrective actions or preventive measures taken. Corrective actions may include a requirement for additional stack testing or more frequent monitoring, or could trigger implementation of a corrective action plan.

3. Annual Emissions

4. Compliance Certification

Section F. Testing Requirements

1. Performance tests for the determination of opacity shall be conducted on an annual basis using Method 9 of 40 CFR Part 60 Appendix A and the procedures in 40 CFR 60.11 with the following additions:

a. The minimum distance between the observer and the emission source shall be 4.57 meters (15 feet).
b. The observer shall, when possible, select a position that minimizes interference from other fugitive emission sources. The required observer position relative to the sun (Method 9, Section 2.1) must be followed.

Section G. Agency Notification




1 The citations to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the CFR. Due to the integration of the preconstruction and operating permit requirements, permit conditions may incorporate more stringent requirements than those set forth in the CFR.

2 The citations to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the SIP.

ATTACHMENT IIG: SPECIAL CONDITIONS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

ASH HANDLING EQUIPMENT
[Issuance Date]

In addition to the standard conditions of the Covered Source Permit, the following special conditions shall apply to the permitted facility:

Section A. Equipment Description

1. This portion of the Covered Source Permit encompasses the following equipment and associated appurtenances:
ii. Three (3) Fly Ash Silos
iii. Three (3) Bed Ash Silos
iv. Aggregate Mixer

2. The permittee shall permanently attach an identification tag or nameplate on each piece of equipment which identifies the model number, serial or I.D. number and manufacturer. The identification tag or nameplate shall be attached to all equipment in a conspicuous location.

Section B. Operational and Emission Limitations

1. Emissions Limitations

a. From the ash handling operations, particulate matter in excess of 31.9 lb/hr (3-hour average).
b. Emissions from the ash handling operations exhibiting an opacity of twenty percent or greater (six-minute average).

2. Fugitive Particulate Emissions

(Auth.: HAR §11-60.1-3, §11-60.1-33, §11-60.1-90)

CSP No. 0087-01-C
Attachment IIG
Page 1 of 3
[Issuance Date]

Section C. Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements

1. All records, including support information, shall be maintained at the facility for at least five (5) years from the date of the monitoring samples, measurements, tests, reports, or application. Support information includes all calibration and maintenance records and copies of all reports required by the permit. These records shall be in a permanent form suitable for inspection and made available to the Department of Health or their representative upon request.

Section D. Notification and Reporting Requirements

1. Notification and reporting requirements shall be conducted in accordance with the standard conditions found in Attachment I, Standard Conditions 16, 17 and 25, respectively. These notifications shall include, but not be limited to:
b. Emissions of air pollutants in violation of HAR, Chapter 11-60.1 or this permit (excluding technology-based emission exceedences due to emergencies), and
c. Permanent discontinuance of construction, modification, relocation or operation of the facility covered by this permit.

2. The permittee shall report within five (5) working days any deviations from the permit requirements, including those attributable to upset conditions, the probable cause of such deviations and any corrective actions or preventive measures taken. Corrective actions may include a requirement for additional stack testing or more frequent monitoring, or could trigger implementation of a corrective action plan.

3. Annual Emissions

4. Compliance Certification

Section E. Testing Requirements

1. Although a stack test or opacity test is not required at this time, the Department of Health reserves the right to require, at any time, a stack test or opacity test to be performed for these sources.

Section F. Agency Notification



1 The citations to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the CFR. Due to the integration of the preconstruction and operating permit requirements, permit conditions may incorporate more stringent requirements than those set forth in the CFR.

2 The citations to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) identified under a particular condition, indicate that the permit condition complies with the specified provision(s) of the SIP.

ATTACHMENT III: ANNUAL FEE REQUIREMENTS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

[Issuance Date]

The following requirements for the submittal of annual fees are established pursuant to Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Title 11, Chapter 60.1, Air Pollution Control. Should HAR, Chapter 60.1 be revised such that the following requirements are in conflict with the provisions of HAR, Chapter 60.1, the permittee shall comply with the provisions of HAR, Chapter 60.1.

1. Annual fees shall be paid in full:

a. Within sixty (60) days after the end of each calendar year, and
b. Within thirty (30) days after the permanent discontinuance of the covered source.

2. The annual fees shall be determined and submitted in accordance with Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 11-60.1, Subchapter 6.

3. The annual emissions data for which the annual fees are based shall accompany the submittal of any annual fees and submitted on forms furnished by the State of Hawaii Department of Health.

4. The annual fees and the emission data shall be mailed to:
Environmental Management Division
Clean Air Branch
Hawaii Department of Health
P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, HI 96801-3378

ATTACHMENT IV: ANNUAL EMISSIONS REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
COVERED SOURCE PERMIT NO. 0087-01-C

[Issuance Date]

In accordance with the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 11, Chapter 60.1, Air Pollution Control, the permittee shall report to the Hawaii Department of Health the nature and amounts of emissions.

1. Complete the attached Annual Emissions Report Form: Boilers

2. The reporting period shall be from January 1 to December 31 of each year. All reports shall be submitted to the State of Hawaii Department of Health within sixty (60) days after the end of each calendar year and shall be mailed to the following address:
Environmental Management Division
Clean Air Branch
State of Hawaii Department of Health
P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, HI 96801-3378

3. The permittee shall retain the information submitted, including all emission calculations. These records shall be in a permanent form suitable for inspection, retained for a minimum of five (5) years, and made available to the State of Hawaii Department of Health upon request.

4. Any information submitted to the State of Hawaii Department of Health without a request for confidentially shall be considered public record.

5. In accordance with HAR, Section 11-60.1-14, the permittee may request confidential treatment of specific information by submitting a written request to the Director of Health and clearly identifying the specific information that is to be accorded confidential treatment.

BOILER.FRM (2/95)
MONITORING REPORT FORM
BOILERS

PERMIT NO.: 0087-01-C PERMIT EXPIRATION DATE: [Five Years from Issuance Date]

In accordance with the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 11, Chapter 60.1, Air Pollution Control, the permittee shall report to the Department of Health the nature and amounts of emissions.
Fill out a separate form for each Boiler. (Make copies for Future Use)
For Period: Date:
Facility Name:
Equipment Location:
Equipment Description:
Serial/ID No.:
Responsible Official (PRINT):
TITLE:

Responsible Official (Signature):

Classification of Boiler by Heat Input (Check one):
______ Utility: > 106 x 109 J/hr. (> 100 x 106 BTU/hr.)
_ Tangentially-fired _ Vertical-fired _ Other
______ Industrial: 10.6 x 109 to 106 x 109 J/hr. (10 x 106 to 100 x 106 BTU/hr.)
______ Commercial: 0.5 x 109 to 10.6 x 109 J/hr. (0.5 x 106 to 10 x 106 BTU/hr.)
-______ Residential: < 0.5 x 109 J/hr. (<0.5 x 106 BTU/hr.)

Type of Fuel Fired
Fuel Usage
Gallons per year
% Sulfur Content by weight
Identify % Nitrogen, % Ash &
% Lead, if applicable
Types of Fuel: • Residual Oil: Specify Grade, No. 6, 5, or 4; • Bagasse in tons/yr;
• Distillate Oil (No. 2); • If Other, specify.
• Fuel Oil Reclaimed or Spec Used Oil;
• Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Butane or Propane;
Pollutant Control Efficiency,
Type of Air Pollution Control In Use? Controlled % reduction

Yes or No

Yes or No
BOILER.FRM (2/95)

ANNUAL EMISSIONS REPORT FORM
BOILERS

PERMIT NO.: 0087-01-C PERMIT EXPIRATION DATE: [Five Years from Issuance Date]

In accordance with the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 11, Chapter 60.1, Air Pollution Control, the permittee shall report to the Department of Health the nature and amounts of emissions.
Fill out a separate form for each Boiler. (Make copies for Future Use)
For Period: Date:
Facility Name:
Equipment Location:
Equipment Description:
Serial/ID No.:
Responsible Official (PRINT):
TITLE:

Responsible Official (Signature):

Classification of Boiler by Heat Input (Check one):
______ Utility: > 106 x 109 J/hr. (> 100 x 106 BTU/hr.)
_ Tangentially-fired _ Vertical-fired _ Other
______ Industrial: 10.6 x 109 to 106 x 109 J/hr. (10 x 106 to 100 x 106 BTU/hr.)
______ Commercial: 0.5 x 109 to 10.6 x 109 J/hr. (0.5 x 106 to 10 x 106 BTU/hr.)
-______ Residential: < 0.5 x 109 J/hr. (<0.5 x 106 BTU/hr.)

Type of Fuel Fired
Fuel Usage
Gallons per year
% Sulfur Content by weight
Identify % Nitrogen, % Ash &
% Lead, if applicable
Types of Fuel: • Residual Oil: Specify Grade, No. 6, 5, or 4; • Bagasse in tons/yr;
• Distillate Oil (No. 2); • If Other, specify.
• Fuel Oil Reclaimed or Spec Used Oil;
• Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Butane or Propane;
Pollutant Control Efficiency,
Type of Air Pollution Control In Use? Controlled % reduction

Yes or No

Yes or No
EXCESS EMISSION AND MONITORING SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
SUMMARY REPORT
(Make copies for Future Use)
Facility Name:
Equipment Location:
Equipment Description:
Covered Source Permit No.: Condition No.:
PSD Permit No.: Condition No.:
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR):
Pollutant Monitored:
From: Date - Time
To: Date - Time
Emission Limit:
Date of Last CEMS Certification/Audit ______
Total Source Operating Time ______

EMISSION DATA SUMMARY
1. Duration (Hours/Periods) of Excess Emissions in Reporting Period due to:
a. Start-Up/Shutdown ______
b. Cleaning/Soot Blowing ______
c. Control Equipment Failure ______
d. Process Problems ______
e. Other Known Causes ______
f. Unknown Causes ______
g. Fuel Problems ______

2. Total Duration of Excess Emissions ______

3. Total Duration of Excess Emissions
(% of Total Source Operating Time) ______

CEMS PERFORMANCE SUMMARY
1. CEMS Downtime (Hours/Periods) in Reporting Period Due to:
a. Monitor Equipment Malfunctions ______
b. Non-Monitor Equipment Malfunctions ______
c. Quality Assurance Calibration ______
d. Other Known Causes ______
e. Unknown Causes ______


EXCESS EMISSION AND MONITORING SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
SUMMARY REPORT
(Page 2)


2. Total CEMS Downtime ______

3. Total CEMS Downtime
(% of Total Source Operating Time) ______



CERTIFICATION by Responsible Official

I certify that I have knowledge of the facts herein set forth, that the same are true, accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that all information not identified by me as confidential in nature shall be treated by the Department of Health as public record.

NAME (Print/Type):

Title:



CEMSSUM.RPT
(Signature):