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Louisiana SIP: LAC 33:III Ch. 17 Subchap C, 1705--Petroleum Refinery Emissions; §1705 Petroleum Refinery Emissions; SIP effective 1989-05-08 (LAc49)

Regulatory Text: 
Louisiana Administrative Code, Title 33 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, Part III Air (LAC 33:III)

Chapter 17. Control of Emissions of Carbon Monoxide (New Sources)

Subchapter C. Petroleum Refinery Emissions

Section 1705. Petroleum Refinery Emissions

Section 1705. Petroleum Refinery Emissions
Approved by EPA 03/08/89 (54 FR 09795) at 52.970(c)(49) effective 05/08/89.

   No person shall emit the carbon monoxide waste gas stream from any catalyst regeneration of a petroleum cracking system, petroleum fluid coker, or other petroleum process into the atmosphere unless the waste gas stream is burned in a direct flame afterburner or boiler or is controlled by other means as may be approved by the administrative authority.

   AUTHORITY NOTE:  Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 30:1084.
   HISTORICAL NOTE:  Promulgated by the Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Air Quality and Nuclear Energy, Air Quality Division in LR 13:741 (December 1987).

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