DixonMonBatchProcess Vents

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Published on November 6, 2007

Author: Yuan

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MON RULE BATCH PROCESS VENT REQUIREMENTS:  Presented by Michael R. Dixon, P.E. Dixon Environmental November 2003 MON RULE BATCH PROCESS VENT REQUIREMENTS PROCESS VENT REQUIREMENTS:  PROCESS VENT REQUIREMENTS BATCH OPERATIONS:  BATCH OPERATIONS Noncontinuous – involving intermittent or discontinuous feed. Generally involves emptying of equipment after batch. Raw materials and product transfers do not occur simultaneously. REMEMBER THAT PROCESS VENTS FROM BATCH OPERATIONS EXCLUDED FROM HON MUST COMPLY WITH MON BATCH VENT REQUIREMENTS. BATCH PROCESS VENT:  BATCH PROCESS VENT From single unit operation or from manifolded vent. HAP-containing gas stream released, or potential to be released, to the atmosphere. Examples: Vents on product recovery condensers Reactors Filters Centrifuges Process Tanks WHAT IS NOT A BATCH VENT?:  WHAT IS NOT A BATCH VENT? Continuous Vent Air oxidation reactor Distillation unit Other reactor Surge Control Vessel – Immediately preceding a continuous reactor, air-oxidation reactor, or distillation unit. Bottoms Receiver – Following a continuous distillation unit. WHAT IS NOT A BATCH VENT? - CONTINUED:  WHAT IS NOT A BATCH VENT? - CONTINUED Gases vented to a fuel gas system. Vents on storage tanks, wastewater sources and equipment leaks. Drums, pails and totes. Elephant trunk systems. Vents containing < 50 ppmv or < 200 lb/yr HAP. OTHER VENT EXEMPTIONS:  OTHER VENT EXEMPTIONS Venting during startup, shutdown and malfunction (SSM). Opening a “safety device” to avoid unsafe conditions. GROUP 1 BATCH PROCESS VENT:  GROUP 1 BATCH PROCESS VENT Group 1 batch process vent means each of the batch process vents in a process for which the collective uncontrolled organic HAP emissions from all of the batch process vents are > to 10,000 lb/yr at an existing source or > 3,000 lb/yr at a new source. UNCONTROLLED EMISSIONS:  UNCONTROLLED EMISSIONS Uncontrolled HAP emissions means a gas stream containing HAP which has exited the process (or process condenser, if any), but which has not yet been introduced into an air pollution control device to reduce the mass of HAP in the stream. If the process vent is not routed to an air pollution control device, uncontrolled emissions are those HAP emissions released to the atmosphere. Reference 40 CFR 2550(g) and 40 CFR 63.1251. DEFINITIONS:  DEFINITIONS Process tank means a tank or vessel that is used within a process to collect material discharged from a feedstock storage tank or equipment within the process before the material is transferred to other equipment within the process or a product storage tank. A process tank has emissions that are related to the characteristics of the batch cycle, and it does not accumulate product over multiple batches. Surge control vessels and bottoms receivers are not process tanks. Not a storage tank per the definition of storage tank. DEFINITIONS - CONTINUED:  DEFINITIONS - CONTINUED Surge control vessel means feed drums, recycle drums, and intermediate vessels immediately preceding continuous reactors, air-oxidation reactors, or distillation operations. Surge control vessels are used within an MCPU when in-process storage, mixing, or management of flowrates or volumes is needed to introduce material into continuous reactors, air-oxidation reactors, or distillation operations. Bottoms receiver means a tank that collects bottoms from continuous distillation before the stream is sent for storage or for further downstream processing. Not storage tanks per the definition of storage tank. Slide12:  REACTOR DISTILLATION RAW MATERIAL STORAGE 95% Control PROCESS TANK PRODUCT STORAGE 95% Control AFFECTED SOURCE Collection of MCPUs MCPU Includes Equipment Leaks BATCH OPERATIONS PROCESS 98% Process Vent Control REACTOR PROCESS TANK DISTILLATION CONDENSER FORMULATION TRANSFER OPERATIONS 98% Control HEAT EXCHANGE SYSTEM Leak Check Provision WASTEWATER & WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS HON Provisions RAW MATERIAL STORAGE 95% Control PRODUCT STORAGE 95% Control CONTINUOUS & BATCH OPERATIONS:  DISTILLATION CONDENSER AFFECTED SOURCE Collection of MCPUs MCPU Includes Equipment Leaks CONTINUOUS DISTILLATION CONTINUOUS & BATCH OPERATIONS PROCESS 98% Process Vent Control REACTOR FORMULATION RAW MATERIAL STORAGE 95% Control SURGE CONTROL 95% Control PRODUCT STORAGE 95% Control WASTEWATER & WASTE MANAGEMENT UNITS HON Provisions HEAT EXCHANGE SYSTEM Leak Check Provision TRANSFER OPERATIONS 98% Control PROCESS VENT REQUIREMENTS SEE ATTACHMENT:  PROCESS VENT REQUIREMENTS SEE ATTACHMENT Slide15:  > 98% Control or > 95% Recovery Required Yes Yes No No BATCH VENT OHAP THRESHOLDS – EXISTING SOURCES Not a Process Vent - Don’t Include In Annual Emission Calculation Group 2 - No Control Required No PROCESS VS. CONTROL CONDENSERS:  PROCESS VS. CONTROL CONDENSERS Process condensers defined in Pharma MACT Primary purpose is to recover material as internal part of process. Must support a vapor-to-liquid phase change for periods of equipment operation that are at or above boiling/bubble point of the substance(s) at the liquid surface. Examples include: distillation, reflux and condensers used in stripping/flashing operations. Condensers in line prior to vacuum source. PROCESS VS CONTROL CONDENSERS - CONTINUED:  PROCESS VS CONTROL CONDENSERS - CONTINUED While boiling or anytime not followed by a control device must demonstrate that process condensers are properly operating: Initial demonstration; Measure exhaust gas, or liquid receiver temperature; or 99% via material balance. [63.1257(d)(3)(iii)(B)] All Other Condensers are Control or Recovery Devices. DETERMINING BATCH VENT UNCONTROLLED EMISSIONS:  DETERMINING BATCH VENT UNCONTROLLED EMISSIONS Calculate Based Upon Pharma MACT Equations; Or Request Use of Engineering Assessment; Or Designate as Group 1 if: Complying with Alternative Standard, Or All Group 1 Batch Process Vents are Controlled and Tested Under Hypothetical Worst Case Conditions. ESTIMATING UNCONTROLLED HAP EMISSIONS FROM BATCH PROCESSES:  ESTIMATING UNCONTROLLED HAP EMISSIONS FROM BATCH PROCESSES Calculation specified in 40 CFR 63.1257(d)(2): Equations rely on Raoult’s Law. (Henry’s Law for dilute aqueous mixtures) Often done with commercially available software. RAOULT’S LAW:  RAOULT’S LAW Vapor/Liquid Equilibrium. Ideal Liquid/Vapor to determine OHAP concentration. Displacement/Purge gas rate determines OHAP mass rate. BATCH VENT ORGANIC HAP CONTROL OPTIONS:  BATCH VENT ORGANIC HAP CONTROL OPTIONS > 98% Process-Wide Reduction, Closed Vent System to a Flare, or < 20 ppmv outlet from control device. > 95% Process-Wide Recovery. Alternative Standard: < 20 ppmv Combustion Outlet or < 50 ppmv Non-Combustion Outlet – REQUIRES CEMS. Remember that Table 3 requires > 99% Control of HF/HCl/Cl2 if Uncontrolled (HF/HCl/Cl2) Emissions > 1,000 lb/yr. PROCESS-WIDE 98% ORGANIC HAP REDUCTION:  PROCESS-WIDE 98% ORGANIC HAP REDUCTION Test inlet/outlet during worst (absolute or hypothetical) case conditions. Outlet during worst case conditions < 20 ppmv OHAP outlet from control device. Condensers do not require performance testing, rather continuous process gas outlet temperature monitoring. NOTE: Flow indicator required to identify periods of no flow. Flares must comply with 63.987 HALOGENATED PROCESS VENT:  HALOGENATED PROCESS VENT Halogenated vent stream means a vent stream determined to have a mass emission rate of halogen atoms contained in organic compounds of 0.45 kilograms per hour. If you do not designate the PV as halogenated you must determine if it is using 63.115(d)(2)(v), which provides for use of process knowledge that no halogen is present, or use of an engineering assessment or measurement where halogen is present. HALOGENATED PROCESS VENT (CONTINUED):  HALOGENATED PROCESS VENT (CONTINUED) If you use a halogen reduction device to reduce hydrogen halide and halogen HAP emissions from halogenated vent streams, you must meet the requirements of §63.994. If you use a halogen reduction device before a combustion device, you must determine the halogen atom emission rate prior to the combustion device according to the procedures in §63.115(d)(2)(v). ALTERNATIVE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:  ALTERNATIVE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Alternative Standard for Vents and Tanks < 20 ppmv OHAP Combustion Outlet < 50 ppmv OHAP Non – Combustion Outlet Pollution Prevention Similar to Pharmaceutical Production MACT Reduction of 65% in HAP Consumption Emission Averaging Similar to the HON ALTERNATIVE STANDARD DEMONSTRATION:  ALTERNATIVE STANDARD DEMONSTRATION Outlet CEMS to Continuously Monitor Compliance with Alternative Standard: < 20 ppmv for Combustion < 50 ppmv for Non- combustion All Group 1 Batch Process Vents Not Controlled by the Alternative Standard Must Meet the Emission Reduction Standard. Allows for Operational Flexibility: No Compliance Demonstration (Worst Case Stack Testing) and No Calculation of Uncontrolled Emissions. BATCH VENT RECOVERY DEVICE DEMONSTRATION:  BATCH VENT RECOVERY DEVICE DEMONSTRATION Process-Wide > 95% Organic HAP Recovery. Recovery Device: Reuse in a process at the source Absorbers, Carbon Absorbers, Condensers, etc. Subject to Initial Performance Demonstrations, Setting Operating Limits and Continuous Compliance Requirements. NOTE: Flow indicator required to identify periods of no flow. Slide28:  PRODUCT ALCOHOL SOURCE 1 2000 GALLON REACTOR VACUUM PUMP 90MMHG CONDENSER 15ºC VENT 1 98% OVERALL CONTROL REQUIRED* NITROGEN 10 SCFH TOLUENE ORGANIC ACID RECOVERED TOLUENE CONDENSER 2ºC NITROGEN 10 SCFH SOURCE 2 2000 GALLON CRYSTALLIZER VENT 2 MEETS 95% RECOVERY NITROGEN 10 SCFH TOLUENE SOURCE 4 ATMOSPHERIC DRYER AIR 11,500 SCFM TOLUENE SOURCE 3 250 GALLON CENTRIFUGE TOLUENE 31.2 LB/BATCH INTO CONDENSER 3.9 LB/BATCH OUT OF CONDENSER 87.6% EFFICIENT CONDENSER 28.8 LB/BATCH INTO CONDENSER 0.6 LB/BATCH OUT OF CONDENSER 97.8% EFFICIENT CONDENSER RECOVERED TOLUENE 95% RECOVERY AND 98% CONTROL EXAMPLE VENT 3 98% OVERALL CONTROL REQUIRED* VENT 4 98% OVERALL CONTROL REQUIRED* VENTS 1, 3 & 4 HAVE TOTAL UNCONTROLLED OHAP EMISSIONS GREATER THAN 10,000 LB/YR, THEREFORE THE PROCESS-WIDE OHAP EMISSIONS MUST BE REDUCED BY 98%. BATCH VENT CONTINUOUS COMPLIANCE:  BATCH VENT CONTINUOUS COMPLIANCE Comply with Operating Limits As Determined By Performance Demonstration. Maintain records of whether each batch is considered a “standard batch”. Estimate Uncontrolled and Controlled Emissions From Non-Standard Batches. For Group 2 Batch Process Vents <10,000 lb/yr process OHAP <1,000 lb/yr process HF/HCl/Cl2 365-day rolling summations of emissions Calculated at least monthly COMBINED VENTS:  COMBINED VENTS Comply with each standard for each type of vent, Or Follow hierarchy: Batch Vents Continuous Vents Routed to Control Devices Transfer Racks Wastewater Storage Tanks Continuous Vents After a Recovery Device Must comply with HCl/HF/Cl2 standard of Table 3. Must comply with Group 2 batch process vent recordkeeping requirements. COMBINED PROCESS VENT EXAMPLE:  COMBINED PROCESS VENT EXAMPLE 249,900 lb/yr Tetrachloroethylene 100 lb/yr Methylene Chloride 250,000 lb/yr Total OHAP RECYCLE SOLVENT TO PROCESS BATCH REACTOR CONTINUOUS DISTILLATION CARBON ADSORPTION 100 lb/yr Tetrachloroethylene 1,900 lb/yr Methylene Chloride 2,000 lb/yr Total OHAP 10,050 lb/yr Tetrachloroethylene 1,950 lb/yr Methylene Chloride 12,000 lb/yr Total OHAP (250,000+2,000) – 12,000 OHAP (250,000+2,000) OHAP Recovery = = 95.2% WHAT STANDARD APPLIES TO EACH UNIT?:  WHAT STANDARD APPLIES TO EACH UNIT? CONTINUOUS DISTILLATION CONDENSER WASTE OVERHEADS STORAGE CRUDE STORAGE CONTINUOUS DRYER PRODUCT STORAGE PROCESS VESSEL BATCH FILTER PROCESS VESSEL BATCH REACTOR RAW MATERIAL STORAGE TOP TEN BATCH VENT CONSIDERATIONS :  TOP TEN BATCH VENT CONSIDERATIONS 1) Properly identify boundaries of MCPU; 2) Properly categorize process tanks from surge control vessels/bottoms receivers and from storage tanks; 3) Properly characterize process from control condensers; 4) Know your uncontrolled/controlled batch process vent emissions; TOP TEN BATCH VENT CONSIDERATIONS :  TOP TEN BATCH VENT CONSIDERATIONS 5) Take advantage of 50 ppmv and 200 lb/yr vent threshold criteria; 6) Don’t allow 10,000 lb/yr exemption threshold to inadvertently limit your production capability and don’t underestimate the associated administrative burdens; 7) Remember that it’s a process-based standard and 98% control is not required for: Each individual HAP, Nor Each vent; TOP TEN BATCH VENT CONSIDERATIONS - CONTINUED:  TOP TEN BATCH VENT CONSIDERATIONS - CONTINUED 8) Look for opportunities to leverage the 95% recovery option; 9) Properly document all estimates and assumptions; and 10) Plan testing/compliance demonstration to maximize on-going operational flexibility.

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