|(a) Oxygen (O2 ) monitors.
If the owner or operator installs an O2 monitor,
the criteria in §117.8100(a) of this title (relating to Emission
Monitoring System Requirements for Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional
Sources) should be considered the appropriate guidance for the location
and calibration of the monitor.
(b) Nitrogen oxides (NOX )
monitors. If the owner or operator installs a continuous emissions
monitoring system (CEMS) or predictive emissions monitoring system
(PEMS), the CEMS or PEMS must meet the requirements of §117.8100(a)
or (b) of this title. If a PEMS is used, the PEMS must predict the
pollution emissions in the units of the applicable emission limitations
of this division.
(c) Monitor installation schedule. Installation of
monitors must be performed in accordance with the schedule specified
in §117.9210 of this title (relating to Compliance Schedule for
Dallas-Fort Worth Eight-Hour Ozone Nonattainment Area Minor Sources).
(d) Testing requirements. The owner or operator of
any unit subject to §117.2110 of this title (relating to Emission
Specifications for Eight-Hour Attainment Demonstration) shall comply
with the following testing requirements.
(1) Each unit must be tested for NOX
, carbon monoxide (CO), and O2 emissions.
(2) One of the ammonia monitoring procedures specified
in §117.8130 of this title (relating to Ammonia Monitoring) must
be used to demonstrate compliance with the ammonia emission specification
of §117.2110(h)(2) of this title for units that inject urea or
ammonia into the exhaust stream for NOX control.
(3) For units not equipped with CEMS or PEMS, all testing
must be conducted according to §117.8000 of this title (relating
to Stack Testing Requirements). In lieu of the test methods specified
in §117.8000 of this title, the owner or operator may use American
Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) D6522-00 to perform the NOX , CO, and O2 testing
required by this subsection on natural gas-fired reciprocating engines.
If the owner or operator elects to use ASTM D6522-00 for the testing
requirements, the report must contain the information specified in §117.8010
of this title (relating to Compliance Stack Test Reports).
(4) Test results must be reported in the units of the
applicable emission specifications and averaging periods. If compliance
testing is based on 40 Code of Federal Regulations Part 60, Appendix
A reference methods, the report must contain the information specified
in §117.8010 of this title.
(5) For units equipped with CEMS or PEMS, the CEMS
or PEMS must be installed and operational before testing under this
subsection. Verification of operational status must, at a minimum,
include completion of the initial monitor certification and the manufacturer's
written requirements or recommendations for installation, operation,
and calibration of the device.
(6) Initial compliance with the emission specifications
of §117.2110 of this title for units operating with CEMS or PEMS
must be demonstrated after monitor certification testing using the
NOX CEMS or PEMS.
(7) For units not operating with CEMS or PEMS, the
(A) Retesting as specified in paragraphs (1) - (4)
of this subsection is required within 60 days after any modification
that could reasonably be expected to increase the NOX emission rate.
(B) Retesting as specified in paragraphs (1) - (4)
of this subsection may be conducted at the discretion of the owner
or operator after any modification that could reasonably be expected
to decrease the NOX emission rate, including,
but not limited to, installation of post-combustion controls, low-NOX burners, low excess air operation, staged
combustion (for example, overfire air), flue gas recirculation, and
fuel-lean and conventional (fuel-rich) reburn.
(C) Stationary, reciprocating internal combustion engines
not equipped with CEMS or PEMS must be periodically tested for NOX and CO emissions as specified in §117.8140(a)
of this title (relating to Emission Monitoring for Engines).
(8) Testing must be performed in accordance with the
schedule specified in §117.9210 of this title.
(9) All test reports must be submitted to the executive
director for review and approval within 60 days after completion of
(10) The owner or operator of an affected unit in the
Dallas-Fort Worth eight-hour ozone nonattainment area must submit
written notification of any CEMS or PEMS relative accuracy test audit
(RATA) or testing required under this section to the appropriate regional
office and any local air pollution control agency having jurisdiction
at least 15 days in advance of the date of RATA or testing.
(e) Run time meters. The owner or operator of any stationary
diesel engine claimed exempt using the exemption of §117.2103(5),
(8), (9), or (10) of this title (relating to Exemptions) shall record
the operating time with a non-resettable elapsed run time meter.