Wool Fiberglass Manufacturing: National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)
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This rule regulates air toxics emitted from wool fiberglass manufacturing at major sources. The rule requires gas-fired furnaces to meet particulate matter (PM) and chromium emissions limits, and electric furnaces to meet PM limits. Bonded lines are required to meet air toxic emission limits.
The rule is currently being amended to add methanol and phenol emission limits to the formaldehyde emission limits on Rotary Spin (RS) lines. This is under consent agreement to be finalized by December 2017.
12/26/2017 - Final Rule.
08/29/2017 - Proposed Rule.
10/24/2017 - Direct Final Rule Withdrawal.
07/27/2017 - Direct Final Rule.
07/27/2017 - Parallel Proposal.
07/29/2015 - Final rule.
11/13/2014 - Supplemental Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking; Notice Of Public Hearing.
04/15/2013 - Proposed rule; notice of public hearing.
01/23/2012 - Proposed Rule; Notice Of Extension Of Public Comment Period.
11/25/2011 - Proposed Rule.
06/01/1999 - Final rule.
02/12/1999 - Supplement to proposed rules; Notice of public hearing.
05/08/1997 - Proposed Rule.
Fact Sheet (December 2017 Final Rule)
Fact Sheet (July 2017 Amendment)
Fact Sheet (June 2015 Final Rule)
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