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Emission Calculation Spreadsheets
The following files are excel spreadsheets for use in determining site emissions. Click on the links below to download the Excel files to your computer.   If you experience difficulties with these spreadsheets, please e-mail Aaron Matijow.
 
Please submit the electronic version on disk as well as the paper version when making your emission calculation submittal to your MCAQ contact. If you would like to e-mail the electronic version directly to your MCAQ contact, please call them at 336-5430 to coordinate such action. 

 Coal Combustion  Rev 02/2013
 Concrete Batch Plants   Rev 04/2011
 Crematory Incinerators  Rev 09/2009
 Fuel Oil Combustion  Rev 11/2012
 Dual Fuel and Large Diesel Engines  Rev 01/2012
 Gasoline and Small Diesel Engines  Rev 01/2012
 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Combustion     Rev 02/2010
 Medical Waste Incineration  Rev 05/2010
 Natural Gas Combustion  Rev 10/2013
 Stone/Rock/Slag Quarry Operations  Rev 05/2011
 Wood Combustion  Rev 07/2011
 Wood Working Operations  Rev 07/2007
 Hot Mix Asphalt  Rev 10/2005
 Gasoline Terminals  Rev 05/2011
 Stage I Gasoline Dispensing  Rev 05/2013

These spreadsheets use emission factors from the latest version of EPA's AP-42 Volume 1 for Stationary Sources.  Emission test results may provide more accurate emission estimates and should be considered for use.  It may be acceptable to use previous valid source specific test results, or testing that the process equipment's manufacturer performed during a similar operating scenario.  If you have a question as to which is the more appropriate method to calculate emissions, please ask your MCAQ contact at 336-5430.


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