3745-18-28 Erie county emission limits.

(A) No owner or operator of any coal-fired steam generating unit, unless otherwise specified in this rule, shall cause or permit the emission of sulfur dioxide from any source to exceed a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.

(B) The "Charles J. Otto Greenhouse, Incorporated" (OEPA premise number 0322000173) or any subsequent owner or operator of the Charles J. Otto greenhouse, incorporated facility located at Route Number 1, Berlin Township, Ohio shall not cause or permit the emission of sulfur dioxide from the following sources to exceed the amounts indicated and shall limit the operation of said sources such that the indicated average operating rates are not exceeded for any calendar day:

(1) Coal boiler (OEPA source number B001); a maximum of 5.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input and average operating rates as follows: first quarter, ten MM Btu per hour; second quarter, ten MM Btu per hour; third quarter, eight MM Btu per hour; fourth quarter, ten MM Btu per hour.

(2) Oil boiler (OEPA source number B002); a maximum of 2.0 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input and averaging operating rates as follows: first quarter, thirteen MM Btu per hour; second quarter, thirteen MM Btu per hour; third quarter, five MM Btu per hour; fourth quarter, thirteen MM Btu per hour.

(C) The "Jacob H. Otto Greenhouse" (OEPA premise number 0322010174) or any subsequent owner or operator of the Jacob H. Otto greenhouse facility located on route number 1, Huron, Ohio shall not cause or permit the emission of sulfur dioxide from boiler numbers 131083 and 91993 (OEPA source numbers B001 and B002) to exceed a maximum of 5.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input from each boiler and shall operate said boilers such that the following combined average operating rates are not exceeded for any calendar day: first quarter, fifteen MM Btu per hour; second quarter, fifteen MM Btu per hour; third quarter, ten MM Btu per hour; fourth quarter, fifteen MM Btu per hour.

(D) The "Visteon Corp." (OEPA premise number 0322020042) or any subsequent owner or operator of the Visteon corp. facility located at 3020 Tiffin avenue, Sandusky, Ohio shall not cause or permit the emission of sulfur dioxide from boiler numbers 1 through 3 (OEPA source numbers B001 through B003) to exceed a maximum of 1.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input from each boiler.

(E) The "New Departure-Hyatt" (OEPA premise number 0322020045) or any subsequent owner or operator of the New Departure-Hyatt facility located at 2509 Hayes avenue, Sandusky, Ohio shall not cause or permit the emission of sulfur dioxide from boiler numbers 1 through 3 (OEPA source numbers B001 through B003) to exceed a maximum of 1.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input from each boiler.

(F) The "Huron Lime Company" (OEPA premise number 0322010062) or any subsequent owner or operator of the Huron lime company facility located at 100 Meeker street, Huron, Ohio shall not cause or permit the emission of sulfur dioxide from lime kiln numbers 1, 2, 3 (OEPA source numbers P001 through P003) to exceed a maximum of 4.0 pounds of sulfur dioxide per ton of product.

(G) [Reserved]

(H) The "Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Home" (OEPA premise number 0322020095) or any subsequent owner or operator of the Ohio soldiers and sailors home facility located on Columbus avenue, Sandusky, Ohio shall not cause or permit the emission of sulfur dioxide from boiler numbers 2 and 3 (OEPA source numbers B002 and B003) to exceed a maximum of 1.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input from each boiler and shall operate said boilers such that the following combined average operating rates are not exceeded for any calendar day: first quarter thirty-two MM Btu per hour; second quarter, thirty-two MM Btu per hour third quarter, eighteen MM Btu per hour; fourth quarter, eighteen MM Btu per hour.

Effective: 02/17/2011
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 11/30/2010 and 11/30/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3704.03(E)
Rule Amplifies: 3704.03(A) , 3704.03(E)
Prior Effective Dates: 12/28/79, 1/23/06