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26.11.18.00.htm 26.11.18.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 11 AIR QUALITY Chapter 18 Control of Agriculturally Related Installations Authority: Environment Article, Title 2, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.11.18.01.htm 26.11.18.01. 01 Definitions.. A. "Char-broiler" means any equipment, device, or contrivance used for the cooking of meat on a grill through radiant heating.B. "Cooking area" means the area of a grill or pit opening, as determined by the inside dimensions bordering on the retaining framework or containment wall.C. "Grill" means any perforated framework used to broil meat.. D. "Habitable dwelling" means a dwelling that is inhabited on a full or part-time basis as a residence. Habitable dwelling do
26.11.18.02.htm 26.11.18.02. 02 Applicability.. Any 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 emissions standard in COMAR 26.11.06.01―09, this chapter takes precedence.
26.11.18.03.htm 26.11.18.03. 03 Grain-Drying and Grain-Handling Installations.. A. Areas I, II, V, and VI.. 1) A person may not cause or permit the operation of any grain drying installation unless all exhaust gases discharged pass through a 24 mesh screen or the installation is fitted with other equipment or incorporates design features that will accomplish equally effective results in reducing particulate matter discharge. "Mesh" means Tyler Standard Screen Scale or its equivalent.2) A person may not cause
26.11.18.04.htm 26.11.18.04. 04 Control of Orchard Heaters in Areas I, II, V, and VI.. A person may not cause or permit to be used any type of orchard heater or other frost control device which discharges into the atmosphere more than 1 gram per minute of unconsumed carbonaceous matter.
26.11.18.05.htm 26.11.18.05. 05 Control of Odors from the Reduction of Offal.. A. A person may not cause or permit the use of any installation primarily engaged in the reduction of offal unless all gases, vapors, and gas-entrained matter from the installation are:1) First cooled to a temperature of not greater than 160°F (71°C) and then. 2) The non-condensible fraction is incinerated at a temperature of not less than 1400°F (760°C) for a period of not less than 0.4 seconds.B. Alternate methods may
26.11.18.06.htm 26.11.18.06. 06 Control of Emissions from Certain Food Preparation Installations.. A. Applicability.. 1) This regulation does not apply to a person who owns or operates a char-broiler or pit barbecue with a total cooking area of 5 square feet (0.46 square meters) or less.2) This regulation does not apply to a person who owns or operates a char-broiler or pit barbecue with a total cooking area greater than 5 square feet (0.46 square meters) and which:
26.11.18.9999.htm 26.11.18.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 18, 1980 (7:12 Md. R. 1148). Regulation .01 amended, and .06 adopted effective February 10, 1984 (10:26 Md. R. 2341). Regulation .06B amended effective July 2, 1985 (12:11 Md. R. 1050). For the history of this subtitle before June 18, 1980, see the Administrative History of COMAR 26.11.01. ―Chapter recodified from COMAR 10.18.20 to COMAR 26.11.18.
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