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Fee Explanation:

Use the space provided to give an explanation of the fee determination displayed above.

In accordance with LAC 33:1II.211.B.l3.c the minimum minor modification fee is assessed, since there is no increase in the capacity at the facility. Per LAC 33:1Il.211.A, the 25% NSPS surcharge is applied as the new BenFree Reboiler is subject to NSPS Ja and the fugitives associated with the new BenFree Unit are subject to NSPS GGGa and NSPS VVa. Additionally. the 10% Air Tories surcbarge is applied since some emission rates will increase by an amount greater than the Minimum Emission Rate listed in Chapter 51.

Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT):

If paying the permit application fee using an Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT), please

include the EFT Transaction Number, the Date that the EFT was made. and the total dollar amount submitted in the EFT.

If not paying the permit application fee using EFT, leave blank.

EFT Transaction

Number

N/A

Date of Submittal·

__

N_!A~

_

Total Dollar Amount

$

N/A

6.

Key Dates

Estimated

date construction

will commence:

08/2009

Estimated

date operation

will commence:

112010

7.

Pending Permit Applications - For Process Unit-Specific Permits Only

[LAC 33:III.517.D.18)

List all other process units at this facility for which Part 70 permit applications have been submitted, but have not been

acted upon by LDEQ as of the date of submittal of this application. If none, state Hnone" in the table. **It is not necessary to update this table durine the permit relliew Mocess, unless requested by WE 'J. **

Process Unit Name

Permit Number

Date Submitted

'.

8.

LAC 33:1.1701 Requirements - Answer all below for n~w sources and permit renewals -

DYes

[8INo

I

Does

the company

or owner

have ftderal

,

for

which you are applying

in Louisiana

or state environmental

permits

identical

or other states?

(This requirement

applies

or of a similar to aU individuals,

to,

nature

to. the permit

partnerships,

corporations, or other entities who own a controlling interest of 50% or more in your company, or who participate in the environmental management of the facility for an entity applying for the permit or an ownership interest in the permit.)

DYes

t81No

If yes, list States:

Nt A

Do you owe any outstandingfees

or final

penalties

to the Department?

If yes. explain below. Add rows if necessary.

Dyes 0 No

is your

company

a corporation

or limited

liability

company?

DYes

0 No

If yes, attach a copy of your company's Certificate of Registration and/or Certificate of Good Standing from the

Secretary of State. The appropriate

certificate(s) should be attached

to the end of this application

as an appendix.

Note: *Please refer to Appendix F for the Certificate of Good Standing .

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12. Proposed

Project

Emissions

[LAC 33:111.517.0.3)

List the total emissions

following

the proposed

project for this facility or process unit (for process unit-specific

permits).

Speciate

all criteria pollutants,

Pollutant

TAP, and HAP for the proposed

project

Proposed

45.64 0.15 8.37 Emission 9.23 638.64 8.50 0.038 2.95 1.63
45.64
0.15
8.37
Emission
9.23
638.64
8.50
0.038
2.95
1.63
6.22 0.03 10.042 Rate (tonslyear) 0.50 8.J1 208.40 11.0010.124 0.87
6.22
0.03
10.042
Rate (tonslyear)
0.50
8.J1
208.40
11.0010.124
0.87

729.34

1230.77

2035.51

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  • i. 19. Air Quality Dispersion Modeling (LAC 33:III.517.D.15) Was Air Quality

Dispersion

Modeling

as required

by LAC 33:/U performed

in support

of this permit

application?

(Air Quality

 

Dispersion

Modeling

is only required

when applyingfor

PSD permits

and as requested

by LDEQ.)

DYes

l8lNo

Has Air Quality Dispersion Modeling completed in accordance with LAC JJ:III ever been

performed

for

this facility

in

support of a air permit application previously submitted for

this facility

or process

unit (for process

unit-specific

permits)

or

as required

by other regulations

AND approved by LDEQ?

18lYes

0

No

If yes, enter

the date

the most recent

Air Quality

Dispersion

Modeling

results

as required

by ~AC 33:11I were submitted:

 

May 31,2007

If the answer

to either question

above

is "yes,"

enter a summary

of the most recent results

in the following

table.

If the answer

to both questions

is "no," enter

"none"

in the table.

Add rows to table as necessary.

(National

0.5 Adv24-hr

Time

Ambient

Louisiana

Annual129.6

0.442

199.7

Mv

Annual

0.2

Best Available

8-hr

Annual

8-hr50.5

8-hr759.3

8-hr1485.6

8-hr1211.6

Ground

Period

Annual

8-hr

0.004

36.00 61.90

0.06

7.69

1,190

10,300

4,190

8,900

640

8-hr

0.35.

0.92

0.03

330

Ambient

Air

Standard

Toxic

Level Retrofit

Air

Air Quality

Pollutant or

Threshold

Technology (BART) Exemption

Standard

Calculated Maximum

 

ation

Hydrocarbons

fNAAQS})

••

Note: The toxies modeling results listed above were submitted in March 2002 and are the only facility-wide modeling submitted sinee the issuance of Title V Permit No. 2500-0000] - VO.

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Section 5111

Title 33, Part III

HISTORICAL

NOTE:

Promulgated

by

the

Department

of

Environmental

Quality,

Office

of

Air

Quality

and

Radiation

Protection,

Air Quality

Division,

LR

17:1204

(December

1991),

amended

LR

18:1363

(December

1992), LR

19:891 (July

1993),

repromulgated LR 19:1314 (October 1993), amended LR 23:59

(January 1997), amended by the Office of the Secretary, LR 25:661

(April 1999), amended by the Office of Enviromnental Assessment,

Enviromnental Planning Division, LR 26:2461 (November 2000),

amended by the Office of the Secretary, Legal Affairs Division, LR

31:2447 (October 2005), LR 33:2093 (October 2007), LR 33:2623

(December 2007).

§5112. Tables-51.1,

51.2, and 51.3

Minimum

oxide

Emission

Class

1Known and Probable Hnman Carcin~ens

Rates

Methyl ethylene Glucinum Methylene Dichloroethyl 2-Chloropropylene Ethylene bromide, oxide Toxic Air Pollutants
Methyl ethylene
Glucinum
Methylene
Dichloroethyl
2-Chloropropylene
Ethylene bromide,
oxide
Toxic Air Pollutants

Benzol, Coal naphtha oxide

Chloroethene,

Rate

Monochloride

ether Ethylene dibromide

ethylene

CAS Number (pounds/year) Synonyms
CAS Number
(pounds/year)
Synonyms
Acetic aldehyde Methyl chloride DBP Acrylic amide Propylene Carbon bisulfide Trichloromethane Tetrachloromethane 1,I-biphenyl, Ethylene Biethylene Benzene
Acetic aldehyde
Methyl chloride
DBP
Acrylic amide
Propylene
Carbon bisulfide
Trichloromethane
Tetrachloromethane
1,I-biphenyl,
Ethylene
Biethylene
Benzene chloride
Ethyl chloride
Methylene
Aminobenzene,
Cyanomethane,
2,4-DNT
p-Dichlorobenzene
Acrylic aldehyde
3-chloropropene
1,3-dichloropropene,
Chlorine peroxide
dichloride,
dichloride
chloride,
Xenene
Rate
Toxic Air Pollutauts

and Known

Methyl cyanide

Phenylamine

DCM

OCP

or Suspected

EDC

Synonyms

(Pounds/year)

Human

Minimum

l. Suspected Human Carcinoeens

Emission

Emission

Rates

CAS

7440-38-2 7440-43-9 7440-47-3 7440-41-7 7440-02-0 7440-02-0 1332-21-4 106-93-4 107-13-1 106-89-8 111-44-4 75-56-9 71-43-2 75-01-4 50-00-0 75-21-8
7440-38-2
7440-43-9
7440-47-3
7440-41-7
7440-02-0
7440-02-0
1332-21-4
106-93-4
107-13-1
106-89-8
111-44-4
75-56-9
71-43-2
75-01-4
50-00-0
75-21-8
2,180.0
3,400.0
260.0
240.0
700.0
260.0
25.0
25.0
TableSl.l
Number
25376-45-8
51207-31-9
10049-04-4
7440-39-3
7440-50-8
3268-87-9
7440-36-0
542-75-6
606-20-2100.0
106-46-7
106-99-097.5
107-06-2
126-99-8
121-14-2
107-05-125.0
108-90-7
107-02-8
78-87-5540.0
74-87-3
56-23-583.5
75-09-248.5
75-00-325.0
79-06-125.0
75-15-025.0
92-52-4600.0
62-53-325.0
67-66-369.5
75-07-0
75-05-8700.0
84-74-2380.0
20,000.0
20,000.0
20,000.0
2,400.0
5,000.0
25.0
7,750.0
340.0
TableSl.l

Reproductive

Toxins

Emission

Minimum

December 2008

Environmental

Regulatory

Code

272

Title 33, Part III

Nitrobenzol Hexachlorobutadiene Perchloroethane Perchlorobenzene PARs CAS Number 7782-49-2 7439-96-5 7439-97-6 1330-20-7 206-44-025.0 584-84-9 302-01-2 123-91-1 140-88-5
Nitrobenzol
Hexachlorobutadiene
Perchloroethane
Perchlorobenzene
PARs
CAS Number
7782-49-2
7439-96-5
7439-97-6
1330-20-7
206-44-025.0
584-84-9
302-01-2
123-91-1
140-88-5
100-41-4
100-42-5
109-86-4
127-18-4
108-95-2
118-74-1
79-34-5
79-00-5
79-01-6
75-35-4900.0
91-08-7
91-20-3
67-72-1
79-46-9
Acetylene
Acetylene
Dimethylnitromethane
Vinyl trichloride
Camphor tar
I, I-dichloroethylene
Antisoll,
Phenyl ethane
Ethyl propenoate
Diethylene
Vinylbenzene
98-95-3400.0
Benzeno1, Carbolic acid
ortho-xylene,
trichloride
Tetrachloride
Carbon dichloride,
87-68-3870.0
dioxide,
meta-xylene,
p-dioxane
(Pounds/vear)
para-xylene
Synonyms
Perchloroethylene
20,000.0
20,000.0
4,000.0
2,000.0
2,700.0
2,800.0
1,500.0
1,500.0
1,990.0
1,040.0
1,400.0
700.0
300.0
25.0
1,200.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
75.0
TableS!.!
Minimum
I. Suspected
Emission
Human
Emission
Rates
CarcinOl!:ens
Rate
Toxic Air Pollutants
and Known
or Suspected
Human
Reproductive
Toxins
MEK
Chloroethene
Cyclon
Methyl alcohol
n-butanol
Carbonyl
Azine
cis-Butenedioic
Methylbenzene
MIBK
Carbon oxvsulfide
Hydrogen
Fluoric acid, Hydrogen
chloride
chloride
anhydride
fluoride
CAS Number
Emissiou
Rate
7664-93-9
7664-39-3
7782-50-5
7783-06-4
7664-41-7400.0
7697-37-2 123-38-6 110-86-1 75-44-5 85-44-930.0 400.0 700.0 300.0
7440-66-6
7647-01-0500.0
1319-77-3
463-58-1
108-10-1
Isopropyl benzene
108-88-3
108-05-4
Acroleic acid, Propene acid
107-21-1
108-31-6
110-54-3
71-55-6
71-36-3
74-90-8800.0
98-82-8
67-56-1
78-93-3
79-10-7 70.0
80-62-6
63.0
Synonyms
20,000.0
20,000.0
20,000.0
20,000.0
15,000.0
18,000.0
11,000.0
1,000.0
1,200.0
TableS!.! 2,600.0
20,000.0
13,000.0
9,000.0
1,600.0
1,200.0
1,000.0
200.0
1000
75.0
Minimum
Emission
Class
(pounds/year)
IILRates
AcuteToxic
andAirChronic
Pollutants
(Non-earcinOl!enie1
Toxins
Minimum
Explanatory
Notes:

Minimum

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Regulatory

Code

Section 5112

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