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Wool Fiberglass Manufacturing NESHAP Final Rule: Rotary Spin Lines Technology Review and Revision of Flame Attenuation Lines Standards

On December 26, 2017, the final rule was published in the Federal Register that limits formaldehyde for new and existing bonded rotary spin (RS) lines for wool fiberglass manufacturing, sets emission limits for methanol from bonded RS lines, and sets work practice standards for phenol from bonded RS lines. In addition, based on new emissions data for flame attenuation (FA) lines, this action finalizes revised emission standards for formaldehyde, methanol, and phenol from bonded FA lines.

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