Table 722

The New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) of the Steel Basis Material Subcategory that Establish the Quantity or Quality of Pollutants or Pollutant Properties

NSPS [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

Chromium

0.12

(0.024)

0.047

(0.01)

Cyanide

0.063

(0.013)

0.025

(0.005)

Zinc

0.33

(0.066)

0.14

(0.027)

Iron

0.39

(0.086)

0.20

(0.041)

Oil and grease

3.16

(0.65)

3.16

(0.65)

TSS

4.74

(0.97)

3.79

(0.78)

pH

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

The Pretreatment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES) of the Steel Basis Material Subcategory Effluents

PSES [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed] Maximum for Any 1 Day Maximum for Monthly Average

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Chromium 0.50

Cyanide 0.34

Zinc 1.56

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

TABLE 7.24

The Pretreatment Standards for New Sources (PSNS) of the Steel Basis Material Subcategory Effluents

PSNS [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Chromium

Cyanide

Zinc

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

0.12

0.063

0.33

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

TABLE 7.25

The Effluent Limitations of the Galvanized Basis Material Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BPT Currently Available

BPT Effluent Limitations [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

TABLE 7.25

The Effluent Limitations of the Galvanized Basis Material Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BPT Currently Available

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

Chromium

1.10

(0.23)

0.45

(0.091)

Copper

4.96

(1.02)

2.61

(0.54)

Cyanide

0.76

(0.16)

0.32

(0.064)

Zinc

3.47

(0.71)

1.46

(0.30)

Iron

3.21

(0.66)

1.65

(0.34)

Oil and grease

52.2

(10.7)

31.3

(6.42)

TSS

107.0

(21.9)

52.2

(10.7)

pH

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

The Effluent Limitations of the Galvanized Basis Material Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BAT Economically Achievable

BAT Effluent Limitations [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

TABLE 7.26

The Effluent Limitations of the Galvanized Basis Material Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BAT Economically Achievable

BAT Effluent Limitations [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

Chromium

0.37

(0.077)

0.16

(0.031)

Copper

1.71

(0.35)

0.90

(0.19)

Cyanide

0.26

(0.053)

0.11

(0.022)

Zinc

1.20

(0.25)

0.51

(0.11)

Iron

1.10

(0.23)

0.57

(0.12)

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point

Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

Table 7.27 lists the new source performance standards of the galvanized basis material subcategory that establish the quantity or quality of pollutants or pollutant properties. Table 7.28 lists the pre-treatment standards for existing sources of the galvanized basis material subcategory effluents. Table 7.29 lists the pretreatment standards for new sources of the galvanized basis material sub category effluents.

7.11.3 Effluent Limitations and Performance Standards of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory

Table 7.30 shows the effluent limitations of the aluminum basis material subcategory that represents the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the BPT currently available. Table 7.31 shows the effluent limitations of the aluminum basis material subcategory that represents

TABLE 7.27

The New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) of the Galvanized Basis Material Subcategory that Establish the Quantity or Quality of Pollutants or Pollutant Properties

TABLE 7.27

The New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) of the Galvanized Basis Material Subcategory that Establish the Quantity or Quality of Pollutants or Pollutant Properties

Pollutant or Pollutant

NSPS [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

Property

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

Chromium

0.13

(0.027)

0.052

(0.011)

Copper

0.44

(0.090)

0.21

(0.043)

Cyanide

0.07

(0.015)

0.028

(0.006)

Zinc

0.35

(0.08)

0.15

(0.030)

Iron

0.43

(0.09)

0.22

(0.045)

Oil and grease

3.43

(0.71)

3.43

(0.702)

TSS

5.15

(1.06)

4.12

(0.84)

pH

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

The Pretreatment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES) of the Galvanized Basis Material Subcategory Effluents

PSES [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed] Maximum for Any 1 Day Maximum for Monthly Average

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Chromium 0.37

Copper 1.71

Cyanide 0.26

Zinc 1.20

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

TABLE 7.29

The Pretreatment Standards for New Sources (PSNS) of the Galvanized Basis Material Subcategory Effluents

PSNS [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Chromium Copper Cyanide Zinc

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

0.21

0.028

0.15

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

TABLE 7.30

The Effluent Limitations of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BPT Currently Available

BPT Effluent Limitations [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

TABLE 7.30

The Effluent Limitations of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BPT Currently Available

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

Chromium

1.42

(0.29)

0.58

(0.12)

Cyanide

0.98

(0.20)

0.41

(0.083)

Zinc

4.48

(0.92)

1.89

(0.39)

Aluminum

15.3

(3.14)

6.26

(1.28)

Oil and grease

67.3

(13.8)

40.4

(8.27)

TSS

138.0

(28.3)

67.3

(13.8)

pH

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

The Effluent Limitations of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BAT Economically Achievable

BAT Effluent Limitations [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

TABLE 7.31

The Effluent Limitations of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BAT Economically Achievable

BAT Effluent Limitations [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

Chromium

0.42

(0.085)

0.17

(0.034)

Cyanide

0.29

(0.059)

0.12

(0.024)

Zinc

1.32

(0.27)

0.56

(0.12)

Aluminum

4.49

(0.92)

1.84

(0.38)

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point

Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the BAT economically achievable. Table 7.32 lists the new source performance standards of the aluminum basis material subcategory that establish the quantity or quality of pollutants or pollutant properties. Table 7.33 lists the pretreatment standards for existing sources of the aluminum basis material subcategory effluents. Table 7.34 lists the pretreatment standards for new sources of the aluminum basis material subcat-egory effluents.

7.11.4 Effluent Limitations, Performance Standards, and Pretreatment Standards of Canmaking Subcategory

Table 7.35 shows the effluent limitations of the canmaking subcategory that represents the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology (BPT) currently available. Table 7.36 shows the effluent limitations of the canmaking subcategory

TABLE 7.32

The New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory that Establish the Quantity or Quality of Pollutants or Pollutant Properties

TABLE 7.32

The New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory that Establish the Quantity or Quality of Pollutants or Pollutant Properties

Pollutant or Pollutant

NSPS [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

Property

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

Chromium

0.18

(0.037)

0.072

(0.015)

Cyanide

0.095

(0.020)

0.038

(0.008)

Zinc

0.49

(0.10)

0.20

(0.041)

Aluminum

1.44

(0.30)

0.59

(0.121)

Oil and grease

4.75

(0.98)

4.75

(0.98)

TSS

7.13

(1.46)

5.70

(1.17)

pH

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

7.5-10.0a

The Pretreatment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES) of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory Effluents

PSES [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed] Maximum for Any 1 Day Maximum for Monthly Average

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Chromium 0.42

Cyanide 0.29

Zinc 1.32

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

table 7.34

The Pretreatment Standards for New Sources (PSNS) of the Aluminum Basis Material Subcategory Effluents

PSNS [mg/m2 (lb/106 ft2) of Area Processed]

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Chromium

Cyanide

Zinc

Maximum for Any 1 Day

Maximum for Monthly Average

0.038 0.20

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

TABLE 7.35

The Effluent Limitations of the Canmaking Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BPT Currently Available

BPT Effluent Limitations [g (lb)/106 Cans Manufactured] Maximum for Any 1 Day Maximum for Monthly Average

Pollutant or Pollutant Property

Chromium Zinc

Aluminum

Fluoride

Phosphorus

Oil and grease

94.60 (0.209) 313.90 (0.692) 1382.45 (3.048) 12,792.50 (28.203) 3590.50 (7.916) 4300.00 (9.480) 8815.00 (19.434) 7.0-10.0a

38.70 (0.085) 131.15 (0.289) 688.00 (1.517) 5676.00 (12.514) 1468.45 (3.237) 2580.00 (5.688) 4192.50 (9.243) 7.0-10.0a

TABLE 7.36

The Effluent Limitations of the Canmaking Subcategory that Represent the Degree of Effluent Reduction Attainable by the Application of the BAT Economically Achievable

BAT Effluent Limitations [g (lb)/106 Cans Manufactured]

Pollutant or Pollutant Property Maximum for Any 1 Day Maximum for Monthly Average

Fluoride 4992.05 (11.001) 2214.96 (4.883)

Phosphorus 1401.13 (3.089) 573.04 (1.263)

Source: U.S. EPA. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 40 Protection of Environment. Part 465. Coil Coating Point Source Category. Washington, DC, 2008.

that represents the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available technology (BAT) economically achievable. Table 7.37 lists the new source performance standards of the canmaking subcategory that establish the quantity or quality of pollutants or pollutant properties. Table 7.38 lists the pretreatment standards for existing sources of the canmaking subcategory effluents. Table 7.39 lists the pretreatment standards for new sources of the canmaking subcategory effluents.

7.12 TECHNICAL TERMINOLOGIES OF COIL COATING

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