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Public Notice: Chance to Comment B

  1. 1. Public Notice: Chance to Comment B A Chance to Comment on the following Proposed Renewals of Existing Oregon Title V Operating Permits; Chevron Products Company Permit # 26-2027 N or Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals th w Permit # 26-2028 es t R Shore Terminals, LLC e gi Permit # 26-2029 o n Ai BP West Coast Products, LLC r Q Permit # 26-2030 u al it y View the S Notice issued: September 12, 2003 Facility Location: Proposed ec Linnton Terminal Permits and ti o Written comments regarding this 11400 NW St. Helens Road Review n proposed action may be submitted Portland, Oregon Reports at: 2 until: 5 p.m., October 20, 2003 Multnomah 0 Willbridge Terminal County Library 2 0 Permittee Addresses and Locations of 5880 NW St. Helens Road Northwest S facilities: Portland, Oregon Branch W Permittee: 2300 NW 4t h BP West Coast Products, LLC Permittee: Thurman A PO Box 83409 Shore Terminals, LLC Portland, ve Portland, Oregon 97283 9420 NW St. Helens Road Oregon 97210 . Facility Location: Portland, Oregon 97231 P 9930 NW St. Helens Road Facility Location: DEQ accepts or tl Portland, Oregon Same comments by a mail, fax and n Permittee: Where can I get more information E-mail. d, Chevron Products Company and send comments? O R 5924 NW Front Avenue The full contexts of the applications, 9 Portland, Oregon 97210 which may include voluminous printed 7 Facility Location: material not readily duplicable, are 2 5531 NW Doane Avenue available for public inspection Tuesday 0 1 Portland, Oregon through Thursday by appointment at (5 DEQ’s Northwest Region Office. 0 Permittee: 2020 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 400 3) Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals, LLC Portland, Oregon 97201 2 2 Linnton and Willbridge Terminals For a review appointment call (503) 9- 5880 NW St. Helens Road 229-5554 5 Portland, Oregon 97210 Upon request, a copy of the permits and 5 5 review reports are available. 4 1- 8 0 0-
  2. 2. E-Mail Address: hearing impairments may call DEQ’s processes. NOx blaine.catherine@deq.state.or.us TTY number, (503) 229-5471 is considered a (If there is a delay between servers and pollutant e-mails and the e-mails are not received What are DEQ’s responsibilities? because it before the deadline, they cannot be The DEQ is the regulatory agency that contributes to accepted) helps protect and preserve Oregon’s the formation environment. DEQ is responsible for of ozone and Fax: (503) 229-5265 protecting and enhancing Oregon’s acid rain. water and air quality, for cleaning up PM10 (Fine Mailing Address: spills and releases of hazardous Particulate AQ/NWR, Catherine Blaine, Permit materials, and for managing the proper Coordinator disposal of hazardous and solid wastes. Matter) -- Department of Environmental Quality One way DEQ does this is by requiring Very fine airborne dust N 2020 SW 4th Ave., Suite 400 permits for certain activities. The or Portland, OR 97201-4987 purpose of this notice is to invite you to particles (less th submit written comments on this than 10 w Permit Writer: George Yun proposed permit. microns across) es formed by t Phone: (503) 229-6093 R Toll free in Oregon (800) 452-4011 What happens next? activities such e DEQ will review and consider all as fuel burning gi What is proposed? comments received during the comment or mechanical o period and hearing. Following this abrasion. PM10 n These permit actions are renewals of review, DEQ may modify the permit. Ai existing Oregon Title V Operating is considered a r The proposed permit will be presented pollutant Permits for the above listed facilities. Q to the Environmental Protection Agency Title V permits expire after 5 years and for final review. because it can u have adverse al must be re-issued at that time. DEQ All comments must be received by it proposes to issue renewals of these 5 pm, October 20, 2003. human health y Oregon Title V Operating Permits. affects. S VOC (Volatile ec Organic ti Attainment Status: o These permittees are located in a Compounds) n maintenance area for ozone and carbon -- Organic 2 monoxide. The area is in an attainment chemicals 0 2 area for all other pollutants. containing 0 carbon which, S Who is affected? when W vaporized, 4t Property owners and residents in the h vicinity of the facilities. combine with A NOX, in the ve presence of . sunlight to P or form ozone. tl PM a (Particulate n Matter): d, O Airborne R particles from 9 many processes 7 including 2 0 sanding and 1 Accessibility information: DEQ is GLOSSARY grinding. PM (5 committed to accommodating people is considered a 0 with disabilities at our hearings. Please CO (Carbon Monoxide) -- An invisible pollutant 3) 2 notify DEQ of any special physical or gas, usually formed as a product of because it 2 language accommodations or if you combustion. CO is considered a decreases 9- need information in large print, pollutant because it has adverse health visibility, and 5 Braille or another format. To make these because it can 5 effects. 5 arrangements, contact DEQ Public NOX (Nitrogen Oxides) -- A brown- 4 Affairs at (503) 229-5696 or toll free in colored, toxic gas, usually formed 1- Oregon at (800) 452-4011. People with during high temperature combustion 8 0 0-
  3. 3. cause nuisance fallout. PM10 is a include loading tanker trucks and component of PM. trailers, loading marine vessels (barges Hazardous Air SO2- (Sulfur Dioxide) An invisible gas and ships), the storage of products, Pollutants with a pungent odor, formed by burning handling and processing of oily (HAPs): fossil fuel which contains sulfur. SO2 is wastewater, and the fugitive-leak While the considered a pollutant because it can sources such as pumps, valves, and facility is a form particles that decrease visibility, flanges minor source of and because large amounts of it can HAPs, the cause acid rain. The facility also operates boilers permittee needs Pb (lead): a heavy, soft malleable but generating fuel combustion by-products to document inelastic bluish-white metallic element (criteria pollutants). The primary and retain found mostly in combination and used function of the boiler is to generate records especially in pipes, cable sheaths, steam that is used to heat viscous liquid showing that N batteries, solder, and shields against to bolster the flow/transfer through out the facility is or radioactivity. the piping systems. Other not a major th miscellaneous sources of emissions source of w es include the fugitive road dust HAPs. t (PM/PM10) attributed to vehicle travel. R e gi o n Ai r Q u al it y S ec Chevron Products ti o n 2 0 2 Permit Number: 26-2027 Plant Site Emission Limits (PSEL): 0 Proposed PSEL information: S Existing Proposed Increased W Expiration Date: 01/01/2009 Pollutant PSEL PSEL PSEL 4t (tons/yr) (ton/yr) Levels h Facility Description: PM10 9 14* 5 A The Chevron terminals receives stores, ve SO2 134 134 . blends and transfers gasoline products, P NOX 27 39* 12 fuel oils, lubricants, and a variety of or other petroleum products. Products are CO 7 99* 92 tl received via marine vessels, railroad Compliance: a VOC 465 292 -173 n tank cars and the Olympic pipelines: The facility d, they are then distributed via tank cars inspection O Proposed Plant Site Emission Limits: and tank trucks, marine vessels, and conducted by R The PSELs for PM10, CO, and NOx are 9 pipelines. No product manufacturing or Department higher than the PSELs in the previous 7 refining takes place at the permitted staff in August permit. This is due solely to the 2 facility. Blending of certain additives 2003, found the 0 implementation of new Department with gasoline may occur at the facility permittee to be 1 rules that do not support PSELs less (5 during the winter months when carbon in compliance than the “generic PSEL” levels. The 0 monoxide formation is the greatest. with the Title V 3) generic PSEL level for a pollutant Oxygenated fuels are required in permit 2 equals the Significant Emission Rate designated control areas as described in conditions. 2 (SER) for that pollutant minus one ton. 9- OAR 340-204-0090 Previous 5 inspections 5 Reasonably Available Control The Chevron terminal is a significant 5 Technology (RACT): Chevron source of VOC emissions, which arise 4 Products Company is subject to RACT 1- from the terminal operations that standards. 8 0 0-
  4. 4. found the facility to be in compliance Facility Description: also. BP West Coast Products receives stores, blends, and transfers gasoline Other Permits Required: (numerous grades), fuel oils, lubricants, This facility holds a Water Quality and a variety of other petroleum and NPDES permit (101035) and a Waste chemical products. Products are Discharge Permit (400-014) received via marine vessels, railroad A Land Use Compatibility Statement tank cars and the Olympic pipelines; (LUCs) was signed by the City of they are then distributed via tank cars Portland on August 26, 1993 and tank trucks, marine vessels, and pipelines. No product manufacturing or Attainment Area: The source is refining occurs at this facility. Blending located in a maintenance area for Ozone of certain additives with gasoline may N and Carbon Monoxide (CO). The occur at the facility (loading racks) or permitted facility is a major source during the winter months when carbon th (more than 100 tons/yr) source of monoxide formation is the greatest. w es Volatile Organic Compounds (an ozone Oxygenated fuels are required in t precursor), but is a minor (less than 100 designated control area as described in R tons/yr) source of CO. The area is in OAR 340-204-0090. e attainment for all other criteria gi o pollutants. The BP West Coast Products Facility is n a significant source of VOC emissions. Ai The VOC emitting activities associated r with the terminal operations basically Q . u include loading tanker trucks and al trailers, loading marine vessels (barges it and ships), the storage/transfer of y products, and the fugitive-leak sources S ec such as pumps, valves, and flanges, as ti well as processing of oily wastewater. o n 2 The facility also operates boilers SO2 0 generating fuel combustion by-products 2 (criteria pollutants). The primary 0 function of the boiler is to generate S W steam that is used to heat viscous liquid 4t to bolster the flow/transfer through out h the piping systems. Other A miscellaneous sources of emissions ve . include the fugitive road dust P (PM/PM10) attributed to vehicle travel. or tl a n d, O R 9 7 BP West Coast 2 0 Products, LLC 1 (5 0 3) 2 2 Plant Site Emission Limits (PSELs): 9- 5 Previous Proposed Increased 5 Permit Number: 26-2030 Pollutant PSEL PSEL PSEL 5 (tons/yr) (ton/yr) Levels 4 Expiration Date: 01/01/2009 PM10 3 14 11 1- 8 0 0-
  5. 5. NOX 16 39 23 threshold. While the facility is a minor The Linnton CO 39 60 source of HAPs, the permittee needs to terminal 99 document and retain records showing occupies VOC *159 121 -38 that the facility is not a major source of approximately HAPs. 19 acres of Generic Level PSEL for Combustion property by-Products: What other DEQ permits are located at The PM10, SO2, NOx, and CO PSEL required? 11400 NW St. established in the proposed permit is Other permits issued or required by the Helens Road, grater that the amount requested by the Department of Environmental Quality and the permittee, and they are also higher than for this source includes a NPDES Willbridge the PSEL set forth in the expiring (Title permits 1300-J and 1500-J. A Land terminal V) permit. The recently adopted Use Compatibility Statement (LUCS) occupies N Department rules no longer support was signed by the City of Portland on approximately or PSEL less than the general level PSEL. 03/18/1996. 50 nacres of th property w Pursuant to OAR 340-222-0040, a es source that does not have the capacity to Compliance History: located at 5880 t emit a certain pollutant at the level Inspections of the facility, including the NW St. Helens R below the Significant Emission Rate most recent on August 2, 2002, found Road, e the facility to be in compliance of their approximately gi (SER) receives a generic level PSEL. o The generic PSEL level for a pollutant permit conditions. 3 miles n is equal to the significant Emission Rate southeast of the Ai (SER) for that pollutant minus 1 ton. Attainment Areas: Linnton r The source is located in a maintenance Terminal. The Q * The VOC PSEL of 159 tons/yr u established in the expiring permit was area for Ozone and Carbon Monoxide feasibility of al set prior to adoption of the marine (CO). The permitted facility is a major combining the it loading rules, OAR 340232-0110, source (more than 100 tons/yr) source of Linnton and y Volatile Organic Compounds (an ozone Willbridge S which became effective on June 1, ec 2001. precursor), but is a minor (less than 100 terminals as ti tons/yr) source of CO. The area is in one stationary o attainment for all other criteria (Title V) n 2 pollutants. source was 0 reviewed and 2 approved in the 0 original Title V S W permit issued 4t on January 4, h 1999. A ve . The Kinder P Morgan or Terminal tl receives variety a n petroleum and d, chemical O products. R Products are 9 7 received via 2 marine vessels, 0 railroad tank 1 cars and the (5 0 Hazardous Air Pollutants: Olympic 3) The BP West Coast Products Facility is pipelines; they 2 a minor source of hazardous air Permit Number: 26-2028 are then 2 distributed via 9- pollutants (HAPs) because the estimated 5 potential emissions of all individual Expiration Date: 01/01/2009 tank cars and 5 HAP is less than the 10 tons/yr tank trucks, 5 threshold and the aggregate HAPs Facility Description: marine vessels 4 or can be sent 1- emission is less than the 25 tons tons/yr 8 0 0-
  6. 6. through the Santa Fe Pacific pipeline. levels. The generic PSEL level for a with permit No product manufacturing or refining pollutant equals the Significant conditions. The occurs at this facility. Blending of Emission Rate (SER) for that pollutant Department has certain additives with gasoline may minus one ton no record of occur at the facility (loading racks) * The VOC PSEL of 321.5 tons/yr any public during the winter months when carbon established in the expiring permit was complaints monoxide formation is the greatest. set prior to adoption of the marine filed against Oxygenated fuels are required in loading rules, OAR 340232-0110, this source. designated control area as described in which became effective on June 1, OAR 340-204-0090. 2001. Attainment Areas: The Kinder Morgan Facility is a The source is significant source of VOC emissions. located in a N The VOC emitting activities associated maintenance or with the terminal operations basically area for Ozone th include loading tanker trucks and and Carbon w es trailers, loading marine vessels (barges Monoxide t and ships), the storage/transfer of (CO). The R products, and the fugitive-leak sources permitted e such as pumps, valves, and flanges, as facility is a gi o well as processing of oily wastewater. major source n (more than 100 Ai tons/yr) source r of Volatile Q Kinder Morgan Organic u al Liquids Terminals, Compounds (an ozone it y LLC: Hazardous Air Pollutants: The Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals, precursor), but is a minor (less S ec ti Facility Description cont.: LLC Facility is a minor source of than 100 o The facility also operates boilers hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) because tons/yr) source n 2 generating fuel combustion by-products the estimated potential emissions of all of CO. The 0 (criteria pollutants). The primary individual HAP is less than the 10 tons/ area is in 2 function of the boiler is to generate yr threshold and the aggregate HAPs attainment for 0 emission is less than the 25 tons tons/yr all other S steam that is used to heat viscous liquid W to bolster the flow/transfer through out threshold. While the facility is a minor criteria 4t the piping systems. Other source of HAPs, the permittee needs to pollutants. h miscellaneous sources of emissions document and retain records showing A that the facility is not a major source of ve include the fugitive road dust . (PM/PM10) attributed to vehicle travel. HAPs. P or Plant Site Emissions: Main Plant .What other Permits are Required by tl the Department: a Proposed PSEL information: n Previous Proposed Generic Other Permits issued by the Department d, Pollutant PSEL PSEL PSEL for this source include the Willbridge O (tons/yr) (ton/yr) Levels Terminal’s NPDES permit (NPDES R PM10 29 29 0 9 1300-J) and the Linnton Terminals 7 SO2 420 420 0 NPDES 1300-J permits. Neither source 2 NOX 84 84 0 is registered as a “Hazardous Waste” 0 (HW) generator. A Land Use Permit 1 CO 10 99 89 (5 Compatibility Statement (LUCS) signed Number: 0 VOC 321.5* 236 -85.5 by the City of Portland on 4/19/1995 26-2029 3) granted unconditional approval of the 2 Proposed Plant Site Emission Limits: facility operations. Expiration 2 Date: 9- The PSEL for CO is higher than the 5 PSEL in the previous permit. This is Compliance History: 01/01/2009 5 due solely to the implementation of new The facility most recently was inspected 5 Department rules that do not support on August 26, 2003 and, as in previous Facility 4 inspections, found to be in compliance Description: 1- PSELs less than the “generic PSEL” 8 0 0-
  7. 7. Shore Terminals receives a variety of SO2 39 39 0 petroleum and chemical products. NOX 39 39 0 What other Products are received via marine DEQ permits CO 99 99 0 vessels, railroad tank cars and the are required? Olympic pipelines; they are then VOC *387 163 -224 Other permits distributed via tank cars and tank trucks, issued by the marine vessels and pipelines. No Proposed Plant Site Emission Limits: Department of product manufacturing or refining The proposed PSELs listed are higher Environmental occurs at this facility. Blending of than the actual emissions. This is due Quality for this certain additives with gasoline may solely to the implementation of new source include occur at the facility (loading racks) Department rules that do not support an NPDES during the winter months when carbon PSELs less than the “generic PSEL” General Permit monoxide formation is the greatest. levels. The generic PSEL level for a 1300 issued by N Oxygenated fuels are required in pollutant equals the Significant the Water or designated control area as described in Emission Rate (SER) for that pollutant Quality th OAR 340-204-0090. department. w minus one ton es t Shore Terminals is a significant source * The VOC PSEL of 387 tons/yr A Land Use R of VOC emissions. The VOC emitting established in the expiring permit was Compatibility e activities associated with the terminal Statement gi set prior to adoption of the marine o operations basically fall into five loading rules, OAR 340232-0110, (LUCS) was n general categories; loading tanker trucks which became effective on June 1, signed by the Ai and trailers, loading marine vessels 2001. City of r (barges and ships), the storage/transfer Portland on Q u of products, and the fugitive-leak Hazardous Air Pollutants: 8/27/1991 al sources such as pumps, valves, and Shore Terminals Facility is a minor granting it flanges, as well as processing of oily source of hazardous air pollutants unconditional y wastewater. approval of the S (HAPs) because the estimated potential ec emissions of all individual HAP is less facility ti The facility also operates boilers than the 10 tons/yr threshold and the operations. o generating fuel combustion by-products aggregate HAPs emission is less than n 2 (criteria pollutants). The primary the 25 tons tons/yr threshold. While the Attainment 0 function of the boiler is to generate facility is a minor source of HAPs, the Area: The 2 steam that is used to heat viscous liquid permittee needs to document and retain source is 0 to bolster the flow/transfer through out located in a S records showing that the facility is not a W the piping systems. Other major source of HAPs. maintenance 4t miscellaneous sources of emissions area for ozone h include the fugitive road dust and Carbon A (PM/PM10) attributed to vehicle travel. Monoxide ve . (CO). The P permitted or facility is a tl major (>100 a n tons/yr) source d, of Volatile O Organic R Compounds (an 9 7 ozone 2 precursor), but 0 Shore Terminals, is a minor (<100 tons/yr) 1 (5 LLC source of CO. The area is in 0 3) Compliance: The facility inspections 2 Plant Site Emissions: Main Plant conducted by the Department staff on attainment for 2 all other 9- Proposed PSEL information: September 19, 2002 found the permittee 5 Previous Proposed Increased to be in compliance with the Title V criteria 5 Pollutant PSEL PSEL PSEL permit terms. The Department has no pollutants. 5 (tons/yr) (ton/yr) Levels 4 record f any public complaints filed PM10 14 14 0 1- against this source. 8 0 0-
  8. 8. . N or th w es t R e gi o n Ai r Q u al it y S ec ti o n 2 0 2 0 S W 4t h A ve . P or tl a n d, O R 9 7 2 0 1 (5 0 3) 2 2 9- 5 5 5 4 1- 8 0 0-

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