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					                                HUMAN CREMATORY SPREADSHEET
                        SOURCE: DC Crematory, City, NC
                          Review
                               for   10556R00 or NA with XYZ County
                         Permit #:

                        Cremation Rates & Typical Natural Gas Usage. One case = One body (ave 168 lb).

                        THIS SPREADSHEET IS FOR ONLY ONE CREMATORY UNIT. IF THERE ARE MULTIPLE UNITS, YOU MAY:
                        A. CONDUCT THE SPREADSHEETS SEPARATELY AND ADD TOGETHER, OR,
                        B. IF THE SIZE, CAPACITY, AND BURNER RATES ARE THE SAME, YOU MAY PUT THE TOTAL CASES THRO
                                                 Cremation Rates
                                                   Est. Actual
                     # of Crematory Units:                         This sheet is for Unit # 1, # 2, or Total:
Cases Cremated/yr in 1st Unit, 2nd, or Total                   533 Max Annual Rate per ….. (user fill in).
        Actual Cases/Operating Day, Total                        6 Max Daily Rate for whole facility.…per Inspection.
            Actual Cases/Operating Hour                       0.25 Based on 4 hours/body: max with turnaround time included.

                                                    Potential
          Max incineration rate [cases/year]                 2190   Based on 4 hours/case: max with turnaround time included; Recommended.
     Max incineration rate, total [cases/day]                   6   Based on 4 hour X 24 hr day: max with turnaround time included; Recomme
  Max hourly incineration rate [cases/hour]                     1   Based on 100 lb/hr incinerator rating (not counting warm-up cool-down, etc.
Max incineration rate daily avg. [hours/case]                   4   Based on 4 hours/body: max with turnaround time included



                                                 Typical Natural Gas (NG) Usage
                                     1. Nat. Gas information is NOT required; if emissions from the natural gas combustion of the burner unit
                                     then a separate DAQ spreadsheet is available on the DAQ Webpage Permits Page (under Natural Gas
                                     2. The emissions from the natural gas combustion may then be added to the crematory emissions.
                                     3. Most crematories use natural gas for fuel, but if LP gas is used it would only affect the criteria pollutan
                                     (because there are no EF for toxics for LP gas combustion) and would result in minor changes.
                                     All the pollutants from combustion of natural gas are higher than LP gas, except NOx and VOC which ar
                                     4. The highest criteria pollutant with a maximum of 2,190 cases per year is NOx (w/ NG) and the emissio
                                     5. The DAQ review process only requires the emissions from the human crematory, not the fuel combu
                                     6. This spreadsheet is adequate for Emission Inventories, Modeling, and Permit Applications.
 One body (ave 168 lb).

 ARE MULTIPLE UNITS, YOU MAY:

MAY PUT THE TOTAL CASES THROUGH ONE UNIT.




per Inspection.
round time included.



naround time included; Recommended.
th turnaround time included; Recommended.
 (not counting warm-up cool-down, etc.)
round time included




 tural gas combustion of the burner unit is desired,
 age Permits Page (under Natural Gas Combustion).
dded to the crematory emissions.
  it would only affect the criteria pollutants
would result in minor changes.
LP gas, except NOx and VOC which are 4% and 16% higher for LP gas.
 er year is NOx (w/ NG) and the emission rate is 2.2 ton/yr; < 5 tpy exemption.
  human crematory, not the fuel combustion.
ng, and Permit Applications.
               SOURCE: DC Crematory, City, NC
     Review for Permit #: 10556R00 or NA with XYZ County

                                   Estimated ACTUAL Emissions
                                This sheet is for Unit # 1, # 2, or Total:         0
                                             Est. Actual
        Total Bodies Cremated [cases/year] =         533 (Change these values on the Input Tab.)
         Total Bodies Cremated [cases/day] =           6 (maximum daily production - per actual business.)
        Total Bodies Cremated [cases/hour] =        0.25 (based on 4 hours per cremation.)
(One case = one body of remains; 168 ave. lb.)
                                                  Cremation
                                                  Emission
                                                     Factor
                                    C
                   Criteria Pollutant AS #          lb/case     lbs/year    lbs/day   lbs/hour    tons/yr
                   PM                no CAS #        0.1318    7.02E+01    7.91E-01   3.30E-02   3.51E-02
                   PM10              no CAS #        0.1318    7.02E+01    7.91E-01   3.30E-02   3.51E-02
                   PM2.5             no CAS #        0.1318    7.02E+01    7.91E-01   3.30E-02   3.51E-02
                   SO2               7446-09-5        0.308    1.64E+02    1.85E+00   7.70E-02   8.21E-02
                   NOx               no CAS #           2.0    1.07E+03    1.20E+01   5.00E-01   5.33E-01
                   VOC               no CAS #         0.007    3.73E+00    4.20E-02   1.75E-03   1.87E-03      NOT
                   CO                 630-08-0       0.0094    5.01E+00    5.64E-02   2.35E-03   2.51E-03       A
                   lead              7439-92-1     6.62E-05    3.53E-02    3.97E-04   1.66E-05   1.76E-05    TAP = X
                   Antimony CMPNDS - HAP 1
                                7440-36-0          3.02E-05   1.61E-02     1.81E-04   7.55E-06                  X
                   Arsenic      7440-38-2          3.00E-05   1.60E-02     1.80E-04   7.50E-06                 ars
                   benzo(a)pyrene      50-32-8     2.91E-08   1.55E-05     1.75E-07   7.28E-09                benzo
                   beryllium         7440-41-7     1.37E-06   7.30E-04     8.22E-06   3.43E-07                beryll
                   cadmium           7440-43-9     2.47E-04   1.32E-01     1.48E-03   6.18E-05                 cad
                   Chromium CMPNDS - HAP 1
                                   7440-47-3       2.99E-05   1.59E-02     1.79E-04   7.48E-06                  X
                            VI * (chromic acid)
                   Chromium 7440-47-3(Cr6+)        1.35E-05   7.20E-03     8.10E-05   3.38E-06               chromic
                                    - HAP 1
                   Cobalt CMPNDS 7440-48-4         1.75E-06   9.33E-04     1.05E-05   4.38E-07                  X
                                   7647-01-0
                   hydrogen chloride **            3.02E-01   1.61E+02     1.81E+00   7.55E-02                 HCl
                   hydrogen fluoride7664-39-3      6.55E-04   3.49E-01     3.93E-03   1.64E-04                 HF
                   hydrogen fluoride7664-39-3      6.55E-04   3.49E-01     3.93E-03   1.64E-04                 HF
                   mercury, vapor 7439-97-6        9.92E-04   5.29E-01     5.95E-03   2.48E-04                merc
                   nickel metal      7440-02-0     3.82E-05   2.04E-02     2.29E-04   9.55E-06                nickel
                   Selenium CMPNDS - HAP 1
                                7782-49-2          4.36E-05   2.32E-02     2.62E-04   1.09E-05                  X
                   1,2,3,6,7,8-
                   hexachlorodi
                                    57653-85-7     3.97E-10   2.12E-07     2.38E-09   9.93E-11              1,2,3,6,7,8
                   benzo-p-
                   dioxin
                   2,3,7,8-
                   tetrachlorodi
                                     1746-01-6     7.94E-11   4.23E-08     4.76E-10   1.99E-11               2,3,7,8
                   benzo-p-
                   dioxin


                   ARSENIC is the limiting pollutant for NC toxics. 533 is the maximum number of cases allowed without requ

                   * NOTE: Chromic acid defined as, "Soluble Chromate Compounds, as Chromium VI Equivalent", per rule 2D .1104
                      "Chromium VI" and "chromic acid" are no longer identified as NC toxics; use the new "soluble chromate compoun

                   ** NOTE: HCl total emissions of 3.02E-01 lb/hr are not emitted in one hour but are spread out over 2 hours,
           thus hourly emissions = (0.302/2 = 0.151 lb/hr). In compliance; % TPER = (0.151/0.18) = 84 %.

1. Footnote. These Federal HAP's are defined from the Federal Clean Air Act as, "Unless otherwise specified, thes
 including any unique chemical substance that contains the named chemical as part of that chemical's infrastructur

To read the DAQ rule for 2D .1208 "Other Incinerators", please see http://daq.state.nc.us/rules/rules/D1208.pdf.

The following pollutants were updated per WebFIRE (1997): antimony, arsenic, benzo(a)pyrene, beryllium, chro
chromium (soluble as chromic acid/"soluble chromate compounds, as chromium VI equivalent"), cobalt, HF, lead, N

The following pollutants were updated per Woodlawn Testing, Bronx, NY (1999): cadmium, HCL, and mercur

The following pollutants were updated per Matthews Cremation, Apopka, FL, (2004): PM-10, SO2, NOx, CO,

Contact the appropriate DAQ Regional Office with any questions - or call Dean Carroll, PE, at (910) 796-7242.
Complete air permit applications must include: (1) the application forms, (2) the modeling demonstration, (3) a local
 (4) a $25 fee (for Small category facility).

If cremation cycle times are reduced to much less than 1 case per 4 hours (per improved technology), DAQ will re-c
emission rates of lb/day and lb/hour and re-post to this web site.
                TPER
                  de                      % of de
               minimis                   minimis
                 limit           Units         limit
                                          NA
                    0.016 lb/yr          99.9%
                         2.2 lb/yr       0.0%
                       0.28 lb/yr        0.3%
                       0.37 lb/yr        35.6%
                                          NA
                    0.013 lb/day         0.6%
                                          NA
                       0.18 lb/hr        41.9%
                    0.064 lb/hr          0.3%
                       0.63 lb/day       0.6%
                    0.013 lb/day         45.8%
                       0.13 lb/day       0.2%
                                          NA


                   0.0051 lb/yr          0.0%




                  0.00020 lb/yr          0.0%




mber of cases allowed without requiring an AIR PERMIT.

um VI Equivalent", per rule 2D .1104 and 2Q .0711. TPER = 0.013 lb/day.
 the new "soluble chromate compounds" for chrome per Lori Cherry.

 are spread out over 2 hours,
TPER = (0.151/0.18) = 84 %.

as, "Unless otherwise specified, these listings are defined as
s part of that chemical's infrastructure."

 tate.nc.us/rules/rules/D1208.pdf.

enic, benzo(a)pyrene, beryllium, chromium (HAP),
m VI equivalent"), cobalt, HF, lead, Ni, selenium, hcdp, and tcdd.

 (1999): cadmium, HCL, and mercury (vapor).

 FL, (2004): PM-10, SO2, NOx, CO, and VOC.

 Carroll, PE, at (910) 796-7242.
 modeling demonstration, (3) a local zoning determination, and


 improved technology), DAQ will re-calculate the
                                                   POTENTIAL Emissions

               SOURCE: DC Crematory, City, NC
     Review for Permit #: 10556R00 or NA with XYZ County

                                   This sheet is for Unit # 1, # 2, or Total:           0

                                             Potential
        Total Bodies Cremated [cases/year] =     2190 (Change these values on the Input Tab.)
         Total Bodies Cremated [cases/day] =         6 (Cases per day for entire facility, Max.)
        Total Bodies Cremated [cases/hour] =         1 (More like one case per 2 hours, or 1/2 case per hour.)
(One case = one body of remains; 168 ave. lb.)


                                                   Cremation
                                                   Emission
                                                    Factor
                   Criteria Pollutant      CAS      lb/case      lbs/year    lbs/day   lbs/hour    tons/yr
                   PM*               no CAS #          0.1318   2.89E+02    7.91E-01   1.32E-01    0.1443
                   PM10*             no CAS #          0.1318   2.89E+02    7.91E-01   1.32E-01    0.1443
                   PM2.5*            no CAS #          0.1318   2.89E+02    7.91E-01   1.32E-01    0.1443
                   SO2               7446-09-5          0.308   6.75E+02    1.85E+00   3.08E-01    0.3373
                   NOx               no CAS #             2.0   4.38E+03    1.20E+01   2.00E+00    2.1900
                   VOC               no CAS #           0.007   1.53E+01    4.20E-02   7.00E-03    0.0077       NOT
                   CO                   630-08-0       0.0094   2.06E+01    5.64E-02   9.40E-03    0.0103        A
                   lead              7439-92-1       6.62E-05   1.45E-01    3.97E-04   6.62E-05   7.25E-05    TAP = X
                   Antimony CMPNDS - HAP 1
                                7440-36-0            3.02E-05   6.61E-02    1.81E-04   3.02E-05                  X
                   Arsenic *    7440-38-2            3.00E-05   6.57E-02    1.80E-04   3.00E-05                 ars
                   benzo(a)pyrene        50-32-8     2.91E-08   6.37E-05    1.75E-07   2.91E-08                benzo
                   beryllium         7440-41-7       1.37E-06   3.00E-03    8.22E-06   1.37E-06                beryll
                   cadmium           7440-43-9       2.47E-04   5.41E-01    1.48E-03   2.47E-04                 cad
                   Chromium CMPND - HAP1
                                  7440-47-3          2.99E-05   6.55E-02    1.79E-04   2.99E-05                  X
                               VI
                   Chromium 7440-47-3(Cr6+)          1.35E-05
                   ** (chromic
                   acid)                                        2.96E-02    8.10E-05   1.35E-05               chromic


                                    - HAP 1
                   Cobalt CMPNDS 7440-48-4           1.75E-06   3.83E-03    1.05E-05   1.75E-06                  X
                                   7647-01-0
                   hydrogen chloride ***             3.02E-01   6.61E+02    1.81E+00   3.02E-01                 HCl
                   hydrogen fluoride7664-39-3        6.55E-04   1.43E+00    3.93E-03   6.55E-04                 HF
                   hydrogen fluoride7664-39-3        6.55E-04   1.43E+00    3.93E-03   6.55E-04                 HF
                   mercury, vapor 7439-97-6          9.92E-04   2.17E+00    5.95E-03   9.92E-04                merc
                   nickel metal      7440-02-0       3.82E-05   8.37E-02    2.29E-04   3.82E-05                nickel
                   Selenium CMPNDS - HAP 1
                                 7782-49-2           4.36E-05   9.55E-02    2.62E-04   4.36E-05                  X
                   1,2,3,6,7,8- 57653-85-7           3.97E-10
                   hexachlorodi
                   benzo-p-                                     8.69E-07    2.38E-09   3.97E-10              1,2,3,6,7,8
                   dioxin
                   2,3,7,8-          1746-01-6       7.94E-11
                   tetrachlorodi
                   benzo-p-                                     1.74E-07    4.76E-10   7.94E-11               2,3,7,8
                   dioxin


                   * ARSENIC is the limiting pollutant for NC toxics. 533 is the maximum number of cases allowed without req
** NOTE: Chromic acid defined as, "Soluble Chromate Compounds, as Chromium VI Equivalent", per rule 2D .1104

*** NOTE: HCl total emissions of 3.02E-01 lb/hr are not emitted in one hour but are spread out over 2 hours,
          thus hourly emissions = (0.302/2 = 0.151 lb/hr). In compliance; % TPER = (0.151/0.18) = 84 %.

1. Footnote. These Federal HAP's are defined from the federal clean air act as, "Unless otherwise specified, these
 including any unique chemical substance that contains the named chemical as part of that chemical's infrastructur

To read the DAQ rule for 2D .1208 "Other Incinerators", please see http://daq.state.nc.us/rules/rules/D1208.pdf.

If cremation cycle times are reduced to much less than 1 case per 4 hours (per improved technology), DAQ will re-c
emission rates of lb/day and lb/hour and re-post to this web site.
             TPER
               de                      % of de
             minimis                   minimis
              limit           Units         limit
                                       NA
                 0.016 lb/yr          410.6%
                      2.2 lb/yr       0.0%
                    0.28 lb/yr        1.1%
                    0.37 lb/yr        146.2%
                                       NA


                 0.013 lb/day         0.6%


                                       NA
                    0.18 lb/hr        167.8%
                 0.064 lb/hr          1.0%
                    0.63 lb/day       0.6%
                 0.013 lb/day         45.8%
                    0.13 lb/day       0.2%
                                       NA


                0.0051 lb/yr          0.0%




               0.00020 lb/yr          0.1%




mber of cases allowed without requiring an AIR PERMIT.
 um VI Equivalent", per rule 2D .1104 and 2Q .0711. TPER = 0.013 lb/day.

 are spread out over 2 hours,
TPER = (0.151/0.18) = 84 %.

s, "Unless otherwise specified, these listings are defined as
 s part of that chemical's infrastructure."

 tate.nc.us/rules/rules/D1208.pdf.

 improved technology), DAQ will re-calculate the
          SOURCE: DC Crematory, City, NC
Review for Permit #: 10556R00 or NA with XYZ County

   NC TAP Emissions: For Comparison to de minimis limits.

   This tab is only required for facilities that need to model NC toxic air pollutants. NC DAQ will also perform m
   If the Facility chooses to have DAQ perform modeling, D3 Forms must be submitted to the appropriate Reg


                                                                           Basis for
                                                                               TAP
                                      Est. Actual Potential                 Review
 Total Bodies Cremated [cases/year] =         533     2190                     2190 You can play with the "Basis" Column to find a lim
  Total Bodies Cremated [cases/day] =           6         6                        6 Use a Trial and Error method.
 Total Bodies Cremated [cases/hour] =        0.25         1                        1

   Estimated ACTUAL EMISSIONS - This uses the values in Cell D14, D15, and D16 of this tab and cannot be c
                              Emission                                                                                de
                                Factor                    Emissions                     controlling   controlling   minimis
                             lb/case
   Pollutant -- NC toxics (TAP)               lbs/year          lbs/day      lbs/hour   emissions     emissions      limit
   arsenic                    3.00E-05       1.60E-02          1.80E-04      7.50E-06     1.60E-02    0.01599000        0.016
   benzo(a)pyrene             2.91E-08       1.55E-05          1.75E-07      7.28E-09     1.55E-05    0.00001551             2.2
   beryllium                  1.37E-06       7.30E-04          8.22E-06      3.43E-07     7.30E-04    0.00073021           0.28
   cadmium                    2.47E-04       1.32E-01          1.48E-03      6.18E-05     1.32E-01    0.13165100           0.37
   chromium (VI) (soluble)*   1.35E-05       7.20E-03          8.10E-05      3.38E-06     8.10E-05    0.00008100        0.013
   hydrogen chloride          3.02E-01       1.61E+02          1.81E+00      7.55E-02     7.55E-02    0.07550000           0.18
   hydrogen fluoride HOURLY6.55E-04          3.49E-01          3.93E-03      1.64E-04     1.64E-04    0.00016375        0.064
   hydrogen fluoride DAILY 6.55E-04          3.49E-01          3.93E-03      1.64E-04     3.93E-03    0.00393000           0.63
   mercury, vapor             9.92E-04       5.29E-01          5.95E-03      2.48E-04     5.95E-03    0.00595200        0.013
   nickel metal               3.82E-05       2.04E-02          2.29E-04      9.55E-06     2.29E-04    0.00022920           0.13
                              3.97E-10
   1,2,3,6,7,8-hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin    2.12E-07          2.38E-09      9.93E-11     2.12E-07    0.00000021       0.0051
                              7.94E-11
   2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin       4.23E-08          4.76E-10      1.99E-11     4.23E-08    0.00000004      0.00020


   This tab is for
   determining an         toxics limit - by trial and error.              The numbers can be changed to arrive at 99.9 % of the limit.
   internal


   BASIS FOR TAP REVIEW - This uses the values in Cell F14, F15, and F16 of this tab and CAN be changed h

                              Emission                                                                                de
                                Factor                    Emissions                     controlling   controlling   minimis
                             lb/case
   Pollutant -- NC toxics (TAP)               lbs/year          lbs/day      lbs/hour   emissions     emissions      limit
   arsenic                    3.00E-05       6.57E-02          1.80E-04      3.00E-05     6.57E-02    0.06570000        0.016
   benzo(a)pyrene             2.91E-08       6.37E-05          1.75E-07      2.91E-08     6.37E-05    0.00006373             2.2
   beryllium                  1.37E-06       3.00E-03          8.22E-06      1.37E-06     3.00E-03    0.00300030           0.28
   cadmium                    2.47E-04       5.41E-01          1.48E-03      2.47E-04     5.41E-01    0.54093000           0.37
   chromium (VI) (soluble)*   1.35E-05       2.96E-02          8.10E-05      1.35E-05     8.10E-05    0.00008100        0.013
   hydrogen chloride          3.02E-01       6.61E+02          1.81E+00      3.02E-01     3.02E-01    0.30200000           0.18
                          6.55E-04
   hydrogen fluoride HOURLY                  1.43E+00          3.93E-03      6.55E-04     6.55E-04    0.00065500        0.064
   hydrogen fluoride DAILY 6.55E-04          1.43E+00          3.93E-03      6.55E-04     3.93E-03    0.00393000           0.63
mercury, vapor            9.92E-04       2.17E+00   5.95E-03   9.92E-04   5.95E-03   0.00595200     0.013
nickel metal              3.82E-05       8.37E-02   2.29E-04   3.82E-05   2.29E-04   0.00022920      0.13
                           3.97E-10
1,2,3,6,7,8-hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin   8.69E-07   2.38E-09   3.97E-10   8.69E-07   0.00000087    0.0051
                           7.94E-11
2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin      1.74E-07   4.76E-10   7.94E-11   1.74E-07   0.00000017   0.00020


* NOTE: use the Chromium VI (soluble) chromate compounds, as chromium VI equivalent. TPER = 0.013 lb/day.

If cremation cycle times are reduced to much less than 1 case per 4 hours (per improved technology), DAQ will re-c
emission rates of lb/day and lb/hour and re-post to this web site.
NC DAQ will also perform modeling for applicants.
tted to the appropriate Regional Office.




e "Basis" Column to find a limit.




of this tab and cannot be changed here.
                               % of de
                              minimis
                   Units            limit
               lb/yr            99.9%
               lb/yr                0.0%
               lb/yr                0.3%
               lb/yr            35.6%
               lb/day               0.6%
               lb/hr            41.9%
               lb/hr                0.3%
               lb/day               0.6%
               lb/day           45.8%
               lb/day               0.2%
               lb/yr                0.0%
               lb/yr                0.0%



ve at 99.9 % of the limit.


tab and CAN be changed here.

                             % of de
                             minimis
                   Units      limit
               lb/yr           410.6%
               lb/yr                0.0%
               lb/yr                1.1%
               lb/yr           146.2%
               lb/day               0.6%
               lb/hr           167.8%
               lb/hr                1.0%
               lb/day               0.6%
             lb/day           45.8%
             lb/day            0.2%
             lb/yr             0.0%
             lb/yr             0.1%


alent. TPER = 0.013 lb/day.

ed technology), DAQ will re-calculate the
         DC Crematory, City, NC
         10556R00 or NA with XYZ County


         Stack Data for Modeling
         **** This Tab is Necessary for Modeling. ****

                                                            ES1          Comments
                              Furnace Model             IE43-PPII        from Permit Applic. or site visit…….
              Maximum N.G. Burner Firing Rate        2 mmBtu/hr          per site visit info ……..
                 Max. hourly charge rate (lbs/hr)          100           from Permit Applic. or site visit…….


                            Stack Temp (deg F)             1200          from Permit Applic. or site visit…….
                            Stack Temp (deg C)           648.89
                                Stack Temp (K)           922.04

                        Stack Diameter (inches)             20.0
                           Stack Diameter (feet)            1.67         from Permit Applic. or site visit…….
                        Stack Diameter (meters)          0.5080

           Stack Cross-Sectional Area (sq. feet)         2.1817
        Stack Cross-Sectional Area (sq. meters)          0.2027

                          Stack Flowrate (acfm)            2182
           Stack Flowrate (actual cu. ft per sec.)        36.37

                   Stack Velocity (actual ft/sec)          16.7          from Permit Applic. or site visit…….
              Stack Velocity (actual meters/sec)          5.081

         Stack Height - above ground level (feet)          18.0          from Permit Applic. or site visit…….
      Stack Height - above ground level (meters)           5.49

                                                                         from Permit
   Stack Base Elevation - Mean Sea Level (feet)             805
                                                                         Applic. or
Stack Base Elevation - Mean Sea Level (meters)            245.4          site visit…….


                                      Rain Cap?              No
                                  Vertical Stack?           Yes

  Shortest Distance to Property Boundary (feet)             120
Shortest Distance to Property Boundary (meters)            36.6

                                                        Stack Location
                                             from Permit
           Latitude (degrees)   N 36.07270
                                             Applic. or
         Longitude (degrees)    W 80.29460   site visit…….
(PICK ONE OR THE OTHER.)
   UTM (X) Easting (meters)         #####    from Permit
                                             Applic. or
   UTM (Y) Northing (meters)        #####    site
                  UTM Zone            17 S   visit…….
                    SOURCE: DC Crematory, City, NC
          Review for Permit #: 10556R00 or NA with XYZ County

                        NC TAP Emissions: For Modeling Purposes
                         **** This Tab is for Modeling. ****
                        If Modeling is required, please read Rule 15A NCAC 2D .1208(b)(8) and (b)(9).


                                                            Trial and Error
                                                               Basis For
                                     Est. Actual     Potential Modeling Modeled cremation rate [cases/hour]
Total Bodies Cremated [cases/year] =         533         2190       2190     0.25 = Averaged on an ANNUAL basis
 Total Bodies Cremated [cases/day] =           6             6          6    0.25 = Averaged on a DAILY basis
Total Bodies Cremated [cases/hour] =        0.25             1       0.25    0.25 = Averaged on an HOURLY basis

                        Only ANNUAL and DAILY pollutants were modeled, so modeled hourly rate is based upon 4 hours/body (0.25 bodies/hr),
                        which is the potential rate taking into account turnover time, warm-up, cool-down, etc.


                        Emissions for Modeling - this chart uses Cells E13/F13, E14/F14, and E15/F15 for everything - for a g/sec inp

                                         Emission                                              Applicable     Emissions        Emissions
                                            Factor       lbs/hr Emissions Averaged:            Averaging    for modeling     for modeling
                                         lb/case
                        Pollutant -- NC toxics (TAP) Annual            Daily          Hourly    Period               lb/hr         g/sec
                        arsenic           3.00E-05      7.50E-06    7.50E-06       7.50E-06     Annual            7.50E-06       9.45E-07
                        benzo(a)pyrene    2.91E-08      7.28E-09    7.28E-09       7.28E-09     Annual            7.28E-09       9.17E-10
                        beryllium         1.37E-06      3.43E-07    3.43E-07       3.43E-07     Annual            3.43E-07       4.32E-08
                        cadmium           2.47E-04      6.18E-05    6.18E-05       6.18E-05     Annual            6.18E-05       7.78E-06
                                        1.35E-05      3.38E-06
                        Chromium (VI) (soluble, chromic acid)*      3.38E-06       3.38E-06      Daily            3.38E-06       4.25E-07
                        hydrogen chloride 3.02E-01      7.55E-02    7.55E-02       7.55E-02      Hourly           7.55E-02       9.51E-03
                                           HOURLY
                        hydrogen fluoride 6.55E-04      1.64E-04    1.64E-04       1.64E-04      Hourly           1.64E-04       2.06E-05
                                           DAILY
                        hydrogen fluoride 6.55E-04      1.64E-04    1.64E-04       1.64E-04      Daily            1.64E-04       2.06E-05
                        mercury, vapor    9.92E-04      2.48E-04    2.48E-04       2.48E-04      Daily            2.48E-04       3.12E-05
                        nickel metal      3.82E-05      9.55E-06    9.55E-06       9.55E-06      Daily            9.55E-06       1.20E-06
                                          3.97E-10     9.93E-11
                        1,2,3,6,7,8-hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin      9.93E-11       9.93E-11     Annual            9.93E-11       1.25E-11
                                           7.94E-11      1.99E-11
                        2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin         1.99E-11       1.99E-11     Annual            1.99E-11       2.50E-12


                        * NOTE: Definition per 2Q .0711, Chromium VI (soluble) chromate compounds, as chromium VI equivalent. TPER
body (0.25 bodies/hr),



or everything - for a g/sec input.

                           Emissions
                         for modeling
                               g/sec
                0.00000094500000
                0.00000000091665
                0.00000004315500
                0.00000778050000
                0.00000042525000
                0.00951300000000
                0.00002063250000
                0.00002063250000
                0.00003124800000
                0.00000120330000
                0.00000000001251
                0.00000000000250


hromium VI equivalent. TPER = 0.013 lb/day.
NOTES and REVISIONS; Dean Carroll, September, 2009; (910) 796-7242.

1. This spreadsheet is the product of NC DAQ, Forsyth County, Woodlawn Testing, Matthews C

2. Forsyth County utilized WebFIRE data (EPA/CARB corrected emission factors) for NC toxics
except for those pollutants coming from Woodlawn Testing and Matthews Cremation Testing; p

3. Woodlawn Testing was conducted in December 2004 for cadmium, HCl, and mercury. Thos

4. Criteria Pollutants (except for Lead (Webfire)) are from 2004 Matthews Cremation testing in A

5. A permit application must be submitted to the NC Division of Air Quality if the total number of
facility is greater than 533/year. The total shall include 2 units if present and the cut-off limit rem
6. The permit application forms are available at http://daq.state.nc.us/cgi-bin/permit_forms.cgi?t
a modeling demonstration for any NC toxic air pollutant (TAP) that is above the 2Q .0711 de mi
7. The 2Q .0711 rule can be found at: http://daq.state.nc.us/rules/rules/Q0711.pdf.
8. This spreadsheet is for humans but can be used for Animal/Livestock cremation as well - who
9. Incinerators that cremate PETS ONLY are exempt from air permitting per rule 2D .1208 (a)(2
but can still use this spreadsheet for informational purposes.


DAQ gathered data from all available crematory tests performed in the recent past. These tests inc
corrected CARB data which is WebFIRE (1997), Woodlawn testing in Bronx, NY (1999), and Matth

(Mr. Paul Harris, Executive Director of the NC Board Funeral Service, was contacted to discuss the

WebFIRE information: http://cfpub.epa.gov/oarweb/index.cfm?action=fire.main
Matthews Cremation Division, Apopka, FL: http://www.matthewscremation.com/
Woodlawn is a technical document available in hard copy.

Future Updates and Revisions will be put on this tab and dated.
         Rev. R00 = Original, September 2009.
10) 796-7242.

Woodlawn Testing, Matthews Crematory, and EPA.

 emission factors) for NC toxics and EPA HAPs,
Matthews Cremation Testing; points 3 and 4 below.

mium, HCl, and mercury. Those factors are used here.

Matthews Cremation testing in Apopka, FL.

 ir Quality if the total number of cases cremated at a
present and the cut-off limit remains 533 cases per year.
c.us/cgi-bin/permit_forms.cgi?type=apps and must include
at is above the 2Q .0711 de mimimus value.
 /rules/Q0711.pdf.
  estock cremation as well - who may need a permit.
 mitting per rule 2D .1208 (a)(2),



 the recent past. These tests included the original CARB testing (1992),
 in Bronx, NY (1999), and Matthews testing in Apopka, FL (2004).

 ice, was contacted to discuss these emission factors.)

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