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26.11.13.00.htm 26.11.13.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 11 AIR QUALITY Chapter 13 Control of Gasoline and Volatile Organic Compound Storage and Handling Authority: Environment Article,1-101, 1-404, 2-101―2-103, 2-301―2-303, 10-102, and 10-103, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.11.13.01.htm 26.11.13.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Bulk gasoline plant" means a gasoline storage and distribution facility with a maximum daily throughput of 20,000 gallons (75,500 liters) or less which receives gasoline from bulk terminals, stores it in tanks, then dispenses the gasoline via trucks to local farms, businesses, and gasoline dispensing facilities.2) "Bulk gasoline terminal" means a gasoline stora
26.11.13.02.htm 26.11.13.02. 02 Applicability and Exemptions.. A. A source which is subject to the provisions of this chapter is also subject to the provisions of any other chapter. However, when this chapter establishes an emission standard for a specific installation which differs from the general emission standard in COMAR 26.11.01―09, this chapter takes precedence.B. This chapter applies throughout the State. The NSPS requirements under 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart K (effective June 11, 1973)
26.11.13.03.htm 26.11.13.03. 03 Large Storage Tanks.. A. Closed Top Tanks.. 1) Equipment Requirements. A person may not place or store gasoline or VOC having a TVP between 1.5 psia (10.3 kilonewton/square meter) and 11 psia (75.6 kilonewton/square meter) inclusive, in any closed top tank with a capacity of 40,000 gallons (151,400 liters) or greater unless the:a) Tank's gauging and sampling devices are gas tight except when in use; and. b) Tank is equipped with one of the following properly installed, operating
26.11.13.04.htm 26.11.13.04. 04 Loading Operations.. A. Bulk Gasoline Terminals.. 1) Standards. The owner or operator of a bulk gasoline terminal shall:. a) Equip the loading system with a vapor control system designed to collect all vapors and control at least 90 percent of all vapors from the loading racks, and emissions from the loading rack may not exceed:i) 0.29 pound of VOC per 1,000 gallons (35 milligrams per liter) of gasoline or VOC loaded in Areas III and IV and Calvert, Cecil, Charles, and Freder
26.11.13.05.htm 26.11.13.05. 05 Gasoline Leaks from Tank Trucks.. A. Equipment Standards. A person may not allow a gasoline tank truck to be filled or emptied unless the tank has been certified as capable of sustaining a pressure change of not more than 3 inches of water in 5 minutes when pressurized to a gauge pressure of 18 inches of water (4,479 kilonewtons/square meter) or evacuated to a gauge pressure of 6 inches of water (1,493 kilonewtons/square meter) during a test, according to the procedure referenced
26.11.13.06.htm 26.11.13.06. 06 Plans for Compliance.. A person who is not in compliance with this chapter and owns or operates an installation located in Allegany, Caroline, Dorchester, Garrett, Kent, Queen Anne's, St. Mary's, Somerset, Talbot, Washington, Wicomico, or Worcester counties shall submit a Plan for Compliance for approval by the Department. The plan for compliance shall be submitted not later than April 15, 1993, and include an expeditious schedule to achieve compliance not later than M
26.11.13.07.htm 26.11.13.07. 07 Control of VOC Emissions from Portable Fuel Containers.. A. Definitions. In this regulation, the following terms have the meanings indicated:. 1) Distributor.. a) "Distributor" means a person to whom a portable fuel container or spout or both portable fuel container and spout is sold or supplied for the purpose of resale or distribution in commerce.b) "Distributor" does not include a manufacturer, retailer, or consumer.. 2) "Fuel" means all gasoline, gasoline-alcohol mix
26.11.13.08.htm 26.11.13.08. 08 Control of VOC Emissions from Marine Vessel Loading.. A. Applicability.. 1) In Allegany, Caroline, Dorchester, Garrett, Kent, Queen Anne's, St. Mary's, Somerset, Talbot, Washington, Wicomico, or Worchester counties, the requirements in §B of this regulation apply to the transfer of VOCs from a stationary storage tank into a marine vessel if the total emissions from all marine vessel loading at the premises during a calendar year are equal to or2) In Baltimore City or A
26.11.13.9999.htm 26.11.13.9999. Administrative History Effective date: June 8, 1981 (8:9 Md. R. 800). Regulations .01B and .03B amended, .02C adopted, and .05F repealed effective August 16, 1983 (10:14 Md. R. 1262)Regulation .02C amended effective August 10, 1987 (14:14 Md. R. 1572). Regulation .04A amended effective August 10, 1987 (14:14 Md. R. 1572) ―. Chapter recodified from COMAR 10.18.13 to COMAR 26.11.13. Regulation .01B amended effective December 3, 1989 (16:21 Md. R. 2266) ―. Regulations .01―05 repeal
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