Interstate Air Pollution Study: Phase II Project Report, Volumer 1-8

Department of Health, Education and Welfare, U. S. Public Health Service, Division of Air Pollution, Technical Assistance Branch, Robert A. Teft Sanitary Engineering Center, 1966

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Side 96 - IN THE AMBIENT AIR a. No person shall emit odorous matter such as to cause an objectionable odor: 1 . on or adjacent to residential, recreational, institutional, retail sales, hotel, or educational premises, 2. on or adjacent to industrial premises when air containing such odorous matter is diluted with 20 or more volumes of odor-free air, 3. on or adjacent to premises other than those in 1 and 2 when air containing such odorous matter is diluted with four or more volumes of odor-free air. b. The...
Side 33 - ... types and amounts of pollutants present) as well as actual and anticipated effects of air pollutants in the Interstate Air Pollution Study area. They do not provide a great factor of safety in health matters, nor do they include the time that might be needed to reach those goals without undue disruption of normal community life. Timing should be specified, however, in provisions of suggested ordinances that will implement the air-use plans. The effects of air pollution, have been considered in...
Side 3 - P""7 and interpolation and extrapolation of the data for process weight rates in excess of 60,000 Ib/hr shall be accomplished by use of the equation E = 55.0 P°" — 40, where E = rate of emission in Ib/hr and P = process weight in tons/hr.
Side 77 - For a cyclical or batch operation, the process weight per hour will be derived by dividing the total process weight by the number of hours in one complete operation from the beginning of any process to the completion thereof, excluding any time during which the equipment is idle. For a continuous operation, the process weight per hour will be derived by dividing the process weight for a typical period of time by said time period.
Side 11 - From the point of view of pollution, air pollutants are significant because of the allergic responses produced in sensitive individuals. Many people suffer from asthma or hay fever. While most victims have an uncomplicated type of hay fever in which the symptoms disappear at the end of the pollen season, some develop bronchitis, bronchial asthma, and dermatitis.
Side 97 - ... article, machine, equipment or other contrivance are: a. Incinerated at temperatures of not less than 1200 degrees Fahrenheit for a period of not less than 0.3 second, or b. Processed in such a manner determined by the...
Side 97 - XV, the Executive Secretary may order that the building or buildings in which processing, handling and storage are done be tightly closed and ventilated in such a way that all air and gases and air or gas-borne material leaving the building are treated by incineration or other effective means for removal or destruction of odorous matter or other air contaminants before discharge into the open air.
Side 100 - For the purpose of this rule, the term " submerged fill pipe" is defined as any fill pipe the discharge opening of which is entirely submerged when the liquid level is 6 inches above the bottom of the tank. "Submerged fill pipe...
Side 86 - Standard Method of Test for Sulfur in Petroleum Products and Lubricants by the Bomb Method. The method for determining the heat content of fuel oil shall be that described in ASTM D-240-64 "Standard Method of Test for Heat of Combustion of Liquid Hydrocarbons by Bomb Calorimeter" or other method giving comparable results. The testing methods specified in this subsection are hereby made a part of this regulation by reference. 4. The Executive Secretary is authorized to take or cause to have taken...
Side 40 - Pulmonary Deposition and Retention of Inhaled Aerosols, Academic Press, New York, 1964.

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