Marine Coating Operations

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Marine Coating Operations

EMISSION SOURCE TYPE:

Miscellaneous – Marine Coating Operations

CONTROL TYPE:

BARCT/RACT

KEY POLLUTANT:

VOC

DESCRIPTION(S):

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Limits VOC emissions from marine coatings by limiting VOC content of coatings to between 275-650 grams per liter depending upon product. Requires use of non-VOC materials for surface preparation and equipment cleaning. Allows use of specified air pollution control equipment which captures VOC emissions associated with coating, cleaning, and surface preparation, in lieu of use of low-VOC coatings and non-VOC materials used in cleaning and surface preparation. Applies to new, existing and modified sources.
San Diego APCD Rule 67.18

Limits VOC emissions from marine coatings by limiting VOC content of coatings to between 275-340 grams per liter, and for specialty coatings, between 275-610 grams per liter depending upon product. Limits VOC emissions from surface preparation to 50 grams per liter. Allows use of specified air pollution control equipment which captures VOC emissions associated with coating, cleaning, and surface preparation, in lieu of use of low-VOC coatings and surface preparation, provided the use of such equipment does not exceed specified limits and achieves a control efficiency of at least 85%. Applies to new, existing and modified sources.
Bay Area AQMD Rule 8-43 (pdf)

Limits VOC emissions from marine coatings to between 275-340 grams per liter depending upon whether the coating is baked or air dried; and for specialty coatings, limits emissions to between 275-780 grams per liter depending upon product, and whether the product is baked or air dried. Allows use of specified air pollution control equipment which captures VOC emissions associated with coatings, in lieu of use of low-VOC coatings, provided the use of such equipment does not exceed specified limits and achieves a control efficiency of at least 85%. Applies to new, existing and modified sources.
South Coast AQMD Rule 1106

Limits ROC emissions from marine coatings to between 275-340 grams per liter depending upon whether the coating is baked or air dried; and for specialty coatings, limits emissions to between 340-780 grams per liter depending upon product. Allows use of specified air pollution control equipment which captures ROC emissions associated with coatings, in lieu of use of low-ROC coatings, provided the use of such equipment achieves a control efficiency of at least 85%. Also specifies conditions for surface preparation and cleanup. Applies to new, existing and modified sources.
Ventura County APCD Rule 74.24 (pdf)