The Emissions Inventory provides information on all the Toxic Air Contaminant emissions from a facility, and includes information on a facility’s operations and activities, as well as fuel and material usage rates. This is often the longest step in the CAO risk assessment process as DEQ needs to verify that all activities have been accounted for, and that the most representative emissions data available are used. In some cases, DEQ will require a facility to perform source testing at this stage if insufficient data is available to estimate emissions.
Sept. 17, 2020: Facility called in to CAO program.
Dec. 4, 2020: Facility submitted Emissions Inventory and supporting materials.
June 24, 2021: DEQ response letter to Emissions Inventory requiring source testing.
Nov. 8, 2021: Source Test Plan submitted for DEQ review.
Nov. 29, 2021: Revised Source Test Plan submitted for DEQ review.
Dec. 14, 2021: Facility notified DEQ of maintenance outage via email.
Dec. 21, 2021: Facility requested formal source testing extension.
Jan. 11, 2022: Facility requested additional source testing extension.
Jan. 21, 2022: DEQ approved source testing extension request.
Jan 26 and 27, 2022: Facility completes source testing. Source Test Report due to DEQ no later than March 28, 2022.
March 24, 2022: Facility requested extension for source test report.
April 7, 2022: DEQ approved extension request.
April 11, 2022: Facility submitted Source Test Report.
April 12, 2022: DEQ sent letter regarding revised reporting requirements for exempt TEUs.
June 7, 2022: Facility submitted revised source test report.
June 14, 2022: DEQ issued Source Test Report review memorandum.
July 14, 2022: Facility submitted revised Emissions Inventory and supporting calculations
July 26, 2022: DEQ issued revised Source Test Report review memorandumOct. 24, 2022:
DEQ approved facility Emissions Inventory