Proposed Rule (PR) 1153.1 - Emissions of Oxides of Nitrogen from Food Ovens
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SCAQMD staff is proposing to adopt Rule 1153.1 - Emissions of Oxides of Nitrogen from Food Ovens. If adopted, Proposed Rule 1153.1 would limit emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and carbon monoxide (CO) from the combustion of gaseous and liquid fuels in food ovens, roasters and smokehouses. This equipment is currently regulated by SCAQMD Rule 1147 - NOx Reductions from Miscellaneous Sources and Regulation XIII - New Source Review (NSR). Rule 1147 limits emissions of NOx from gaseous and liquid fuel fired combustion equipment that are not specifically addressed in other SCAQMD Regulation XI - Source Specific Standards. However, because control technologies have not matured in a timely manner for commercial food ovens, SCAQMD staff proposed to regulate these sources separately from the Other Rule 1147 sources. Under a separate regulation, the commercial food ovens would be placed on a more suitable compliance schedule with achievable emission limitations. Impacts to any adversely affected environmental areas will be further analyzed in the Draft EA.
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