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Atmospheric Emissions From Asphalt Roofing Processes

----- EPA-650/2-74-101 ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS FROM ASPHALT ROOFING PROCESSES by R. W. Gerstle PEDCo-Environmental, Inc. Atkinson Square (Suite 13) Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 Contract No. 68-02-1321 (Task 15) ROAP No. 21AXM-011 Program Element No. 1AB015 EPA Project Officer: Belur N .

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Atmospheric Emissions from the Asphalt Industry

The most significant pollutant from the asphalt plants is particulates. The emission, factors (without controls) are 18 kg/0.91 metric ton (40 lb/short ton) for the hot-mix plants and 4 kg/0.91 (2\ metric ton (8 Ib/short ton) for the roofing segment. These quantities represent about 0.65 percent of the national total of particulate emissions.

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No. 6842-1 321, Pedco Environmental, Cincinnati, OH ...

Title: Atmospheric Emissions from Asphalt Roofing Processes, €PA-65012-74-101 OH. EPA Contract No. 6842-1 321, Pedco Environmental, Cincinnati, October 1974. Note: This is a reference cited in AP 42, Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors, Volume I Stationary Point and Area Sources.

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Emission Factor Documentation for AP-42 Asphalt Roofing ...

Section 2 gives a description of the asphalt roofing industry. It includes a characterization of the industry, an overview of the different process types, a description of emissions, and a description of the technology used to control emissions resulting from asphalt roofing. Section 3 is a review of emission

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Estimates of Air Emissions from Asphalt Storage Tanks and ...

AP-42 EMISSION ESTIMATING TECHNIQUES FOR ASPHALT EQUIPMENT Passive vented hot asphalt tanks: AP-42 for fixed roof petroleum tanks can be used to calculate total hydrocarbon emissions from asphalt and oil tanks that are passively vented to the atmosphere. This AP-42 calculation, simply stated, determines the amount of hydrocarbon in the tank

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Emission factors for asphalt‐related emissions in roofing ...

Mar 30, 2005  The Asphalt Roofing Manufacturing Association (ARMA) has developed emission factors for asphalt‐related air emissions for all relevant processes in the manufacture of roofing asphalt and fiberglass based roofing products. These processes include asphalt blowing, asphalt storage, and the coating of fiberglass mat with filled asphalt.

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Asphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacturing ...

Feb 19, 2021  The regulation applies to each new or existing asphalt processing or asphalt roofing manufacturing facility that is a major source or is located at a major source of air toxic emissions. A major source emits 10 tons a year or more of a single toxic air pollutant, or 25 tons or more of a combination of toxic air pollutants.

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Air Emission Factors and Emission Rates in Asphalt Roofing ...

requires reducing its emission. The roofing manufacturing and asphalt processing industry section of the ARI have also been identified in EPA’s emission inventory as sources of Polycyclic Organic Matter (POM) [16].The processes which contribute to emissions from asphalt roofing manufacturing include: the

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Estimates of Air Emissions from Asphalt Storage Tanks and ...

AP-42 EMISSION ESTIMATING TECHNIQUES FOR ASPHALT EQUIPMENT Passive vented hot asphalt tanks: AP-42 for fixed roof petroleum tanks can be used to calculate total hydrocarbon emissions from asphalt and oil tanks that are passively vented to the atmosphere. This AP-42 calculation, simply stated, determines the amount of hydrocarbon in the tank

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Federal Register :: National Emission Standards for ...

Mar 12, 2020  As noted in the Residual Risk Assessment for the Asphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacturing Source Categories in Support of the 2019 Risk and Technology Review Final Rule, the maximum cancer risk from category emissions is less than 1-in-1 million, and the maximum whole facility cancer risk is 9-in-1 million, driven by non-category ...

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Asphalt Environmental Impact - An Eco Friendly Paving Material

Feb 24, 2021  Emissions. Petroleum-based asphalt is a highly volatile organic compound substance. As the product is converted to asphalt, the process could release harmful gases into the atmosphere. However, emissions from asphalt plants and their greenhouse gases were found to be within the EPA’s acceptable limits.

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LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS OF ASPHALT IMPREGNATED

tables illustrating atmospheric emissions associated with the production of roofing products. Emissions to water from asphalt roofing products are summzarized in Section 5, and Section 6 presents estiamtes of solid wastes.

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TITLE 20 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CHAPTER 11

Any asphalt storage tank or blowing still (at asphalt processing plants, petroleum refineries, and asphalt roofing plants) that processes or stores only non-roofing asphalts and that commences construction or modification after May 26, 1981, shall be subject to 40 CFR 60, Subpart UU, Standards of Performance for Asphalt Processing and Asphalt

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(PDF) Roofing Asphalt and Pitch Fumes: Their Composition ...

The asphalt shingles used would result in emissions from a point source, and aluminum or tile roofs can also be used.The particulate matter that combustion processes contribute to the environment decrease visibility through the scattering of light, and also carry molecules of

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US6383464B1 - Method for reducing sulfur-oxide emissions ...

A method for substantially reducing sulfur-oxide emissions from an asphalt air-blowing process involves adding an emission-reducing additive to the asphalt prior to air-blowing, or early in the air-blowing process, and filtering the flue gases produced in the process. The emission-reducing additive includes at least one metal hydroxide, metal oxide, metal carbonate, or metal bicarbonate, where ...

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eCFR :: 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart AAAAAAA -- National ...

The affected source for asphalt roofing manufacturing operations is the collection of all asphalt coating equipment, as defined in § 63.11566, at an asphalt roofing manufacturing operation. ( c ) This subpart does not apply to hot mix asphalt plant operations that are used in the paving of roads or hardstand, or operations where asphalt may be ...

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ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Copyright © 2020 Asphalt-related ...

ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Asphalt-related emissions are a major missing nontraditional source of secondary organic aerosol precursors Peeyush Khare1, Jo Machesky1,2, Ricardo Soto1, Megan He1, Albert A. Presto3, Drew R. Gentner1,2,4* Asphalt-based materials are abundant and a major nontraditional source of reactive organic compounds in urban

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Asphalt roofing manufacturing industry - background ...

@article{osti_6529620, title = {Asphalt roofing manufacturing industry - background information for proposed standards. Final report}, author = {}, abstractNote = {Standards of Performance for the control of emissions from the asphalt roofing manufacturing industry are being proposed under Section 111 of the Clean Air Act. These standards would apply only to saturators, blowing stills, storage ...

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POLLUTION CONTROL PROCESS - FRY L ROOFING CO,US

APC 5.B(1) specifies the emission limit based on process weight rate as E = 4.10 P 0.67 for process weights up to 30 tons per hour where E is the allowable emissions, in pounds per hour and P equals the process weight rate in tons per hour.

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Rulemaking Informal: 1997-01-23 Subpart UU-Standards of ...

Any asphalt storage tank or blowing still that processes and/or stores asphalt used for roofing only or for roofing and other purposes, and that commences construction or modification after November 18, 1980, is subject to the requirements of this subpart. 3.) Any asphalt storage tank or blowing still that processes and/or stores only ...

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Estimates of Air Emissions from Asphalt Storage Tanks and ...

AP-42 EMISSION ESTIMATING TECHNIQUES FOR ASPHALT EQUIPMENT Passive vented hot asphalt tanks: AP-42 for fixed roof petroleum tanks can be used to calculate total hydrocarbon emissions from asphalt and oil tanks that are passively vented to the atmosphere. This AP-42 calculation, simply stated, determines the amount of hydrocarbon in the tank

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Magnitude and Source of Air Emissions from Asphalt

asphalt is used for the manufacture of asphalt shingles; and in built-up roof construction, adhesives, corrosion protection, waterproofing, and a wide variety of specialty applications .The two highest volume prod-ucts made using this process, shingle coating and BURA Type III asphalt, typically see a softening point increase during the blowing

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Chapter 123 -- Standards for Contaminants ODOR EMISSIONS

following processes unless the emissions have been incinerated at at least 1200/ F for at least 0.3 seconds prior to their emission into the outdoor atmosphere: Chip dryers, animal blood dryers, asphalt oxidation, asphalt roofing manufacture, brake shoe debonding operations, core overns,

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ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Copyright © 2020 Asphalt-related ...

ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Asphalt-related emissions are a major missing nontraditional source of secondary organic aerosol precursors Peeyush Khare1, Jo Machesky1,2, Ricardo Soto1, Megan He1, Albert A. Presto3, Drew R. Gentner1,2,4* Asphalt-based materials are abundant and a major nontraditional source of reactive organic compounds in urban

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Asphalt-related emissions are a major missing ...

Asphalt-based materials are abundant and a major nontraditional source of reactive organic compounds in urban areas, but their emissions are essentially absent from inventories. At typical temperature and solar conditions simulating different life cycle stages (i.e., storage, paving, and use), common road and roofing asphalts produced complex mixtures of organic compounds, including hazardous ...

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Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Asphalt Materials

processes (2). The main emissions that are present in our atmosphere are water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and many engineered gases. Greenhouse gas emissions cause many environmental problems for our earth. Many gas emissions soak up infrared radiation from the atmosphere, trapping heat in our lower atmosphere (2).

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Asphalt roofing manufacturing industry - background ...

@article{osti_6529620, title = {Asphalt roofing manufacturing industry - background information for proposed standards. Final report}, author = {}, abstractNote = {Standards of Performance for the control of emissions from the asphalt roofing manufacturing industry are being proposed under Section 111 of the Clean Air Act. These standards would apply only to saturators, blowing stills, storage ...

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Asphalt roads are a significant source of air pollution in ...

Sep 02, 2020  Asphalt may be a significant, yet overlooked, source of air pollution in urban areas. In a new paper published on 2 September in Science Advances, scientists reveal that common road and roofing asphalts emit hazardous pollutants, especially, on hot sunny days (1).. A considerable proportion of air pollutant in cities is believed to come from sources other than fossil-fuel guzzling vehicles.

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Life Cycle Inventory and Assessment of Selected Low Slope ...

Atmospheric Emissions Waterborne Waste Solid Waste Coproducts Releases . 5 ... The LCA Process. ... primarily to asphalt shingles. The Athena roofing database contains a larger selection of roofing materials and systems, but some of the information may be based on incorrect data and ...

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Volatile Emissions from Hot Bitumen Storage Tanks ...

The emission factors for TSP and PAHs were 110 and 2.6 μg/kg asphalt for C-HMA, and 260 and 1.3 μg/kg asphalt for C-WMA, respectively. In addition, personal exposure level of PM was overall ...

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Control of Air Pollution from Oil Refineries in Los ...

out as contributors of atmospheric pollution. Automobile exhausts, incineration of combustible refuse, metallurgical fumes, oil refineries, chemical plants, burning of fuel oil, hot mix paving plants, asphalt roofing manufacturing, railroad locomotives, ships in the harbor, and others have been blamed. Each has contributed some part to the air ...

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Method for reducing sulfur-oxide emissions from an asphalt ...

A method for reducing sulfur-oxide emissions from an asphalt blowing process comprising: adding to an asphalt an emission reducing-additive, in an amount of from about 0.1% to about 2.0% by weight of the asphalt combined with the emission-reducing additive, the emission-reducing additive comprising at least one metal hydroxide selected from the ...

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§60.466 40 CFR Ch. I (7–1–19 Edition)

that processes and/or stores asphalt used for roofing only or for roofing and other purposes, and that commences construction or modification after No-vember 18, 1980, is subject to the re-quirements of this subpart. Any asphalt storage tank or blowing still that processes and/or

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Method for reducing hydrogen chloride emissions from air ...

U.S. Pat. No. 5,611,910 to Marzari et al. discloses a method for reducing SO x emissions from an asphalt air-blowing process by adding an emission reducing additive to the asphalt prior to air-blowing or early in the process. The additive comprises: (a) at least one compound selected from metal hydroxides, metal oxides, metal carbonates and ...

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