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INTRODUCTION

The template for diesel-fired turbines was based on the emission factors provided in U.S. EPA AP-42 Section 3.1 (4/00) and can be used to calculate
emissions from diesel-fired and distillate oil-fired turbines (i.e., the Source Classification Codes (SCCs) for AP-42 Section 3.1 are 2-01-001-01, 2-02-001-01, 2-
02-001-03 and 2-03-001-02 and are applicable to both diesel fuel and distillate oils). Control options for CO and NO2 have been incorporated into the
template for diesel-fired turbines and can be selected on the Control Device/Adjustment Factors Page. The sulphur content for turbines can be a sulphur
content of diesel fuel for either Aviation Turbo Fuel Turbines or Ultra-Low-Sulphur Diesel Fuel Turbines (Environment Canada, Sulphur in Liquid Fuels 2006,
January 2008). If known, you can specify the sulphur content of the diesel fuel used at your facility on the Sulphur Content Selection Page, otherwise default
values of sulphur will be used.
Two types of engine templates were developed, small diesel-fired industrial engines (<= 600 hp or 450 kW or 1.5 MMBtu/h) and large diesel-fired industrial
engines (> 600 hp or 450 kW or 1.5 MMBtu/h). The templates were based on the emissions factors provided in U.S. EPA AP-42 Sections 3.3 (10/96) and 3.4
(10/96), respectively. If you have more than one type of engine located at your facility, you will have to enter data separately for each type of engine and then
total the emissions from the engines manually. The SO2 emission factor for large diesel-fired industrial engines is based on the sulphur content of the diesel
fuel being combusted and is acquired from Environment Canada, Sulphur in Liquid Fuels 2006, January 2008 . If known, you can specify the sulphur content
of the diesel fuel used at your facility on the Sulphur Content Selection Page, otherwise a default sulphur content will be used depending on the type of
engine used i.e. Ultra-Low-Sulphur Diesel Fuel Engine, Low-Sulphur Fuel Engine, or High-Sulphur Fuel Engine chosen from the drop down list in the Engines
Description column in the "Sulphur Content Selection" page.
The Fuel Oil Combustion Emissions Calculator was produced by Canadian ORTECH Environmental Inc. (ORTECH) in April 2009 for the Canadian Energy
Partnership for Environmental Innovation (the Partnership), and has since been reviewed by Environment Canada (EC). The partners within this project
include AltaGas Utilities, ATCO Gas, ATCO Pipelines, Spectra Energy, Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc., Gaz Mtro, Manitoba Hydro, SaskEnergy / Trans Gas,
Terasen Gas, TransCanada PipeLines Limited, and Union Gas Limited.
The Emissions Calculator is an equipment-based Excel Workbook accompanied by a Guidance Document. It was developed to provide companion
materials to the Natural Gas Combustion Emission Calculator and Guidance Document, and was prepared to promote and facilitate accurate and consistent
reporting to the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI), Ontario's "Airborne Contaminant Discharge - Monitoring and Reporting" Regulation (Ontario
Reg. 127/01), and Alberta Environment (AENV).
- equipment-specific emission factor tables for the contaminants specific to the combustion of liquid-based fuel oils; and
- facility-based emission estimation templates for reporting annual (and smog period) emissions and details of calculations and methodology.
For boilers/heaters, the emissions of SO2, NO2, TPM, methane (CH4) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the combustion of residual fuel oils Nos. 4,
5 & 6 and distillate oils vary with the type of fuel oil being used, and can be selected from a drop-down list on the Input Page for Residual Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters. The emissions of CH4, VOCs, PM10 and PM2.5 from the combustion of residual fuel oils Nos. 4, 5 & 6 and distillate oil also vary with the types
of application for which the combustion equipment was designed. The 3 types of equipment applications addressed in U.S. EPA AP-42 Section 1.3 are
"Utility Boilers (Electricity Generation)"; "Industrial Boilers"; and "Commercial/Institutional/Residential Combustors", and can be selected from a drop-down list
on the Input Pages for Residual Oil-Fired Boilers/Heaters and Distillate Oil-Fired Boilers/Heaters (Note: only the latter 2 equipment application categories
were specified for distillate oil-fired boilers/heaters).
For both distillate oil-fired and residual oil-fired boilers/heaters, control options for NO2 and SO2 have been incorporated into the Emissions Calculator and
can be selected on the Control Device/Adjustment Factors Page. Emissions of SO2, TPM, PM10 and PM2.5 are based on the sulphur content of the type of
fuel oil being combusted. If known, the sulphur content for distillate oils and for residual oils can be entered on the Sulphur Content Selection Page.
Otherwise default sulphur contents for distillate oils and/or residual oils will be used in the emission calculations for SO2, TPM, PM10 and PM2.5.
Separate templates were developed for distillate oil-fired boilers/heaters and residual oil-fired boilers/heaters. Excluding emission factors for sulphur dioxide
(SO2), both sets of templates for boilers/heaters were based on U.S. EPA AP-42 Section 1.3 (9/98, updated 7/08) emission factors. Uncontrolled emission
factors for sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), carbon monoxide (CO) and total (filterable) particulate matter (TPM) were selected for
boilers/heaters with less than 100 MMBtu/h of heat input. Do not use the templates for distillate oil-fired and residual oil-fired boilers/heaters if your
facility operates boilers/heaters with heat inputs greater than 100 MMBtu/h. Combustion equipments within this category share almost the same general
design and operating characteristics and therefore have similar emission characteristics when combusting fuel oils. (Table 1.3-1 of U.S. EPA AP-42 Section
1.3 (9/98, revised 7/08) provides emission factors suitable for boilers/heaters with capacities > 100 MMBtu/h).
AIRBORNE CONTAMINANT EMISSIONS FROM
THE COMBUSTION OF LIQUID-BASED FUEL OILS
The basis for the Emissions Calculator is the "GUIDANCE DOCUMENT for Emissions Calculator - Airborne Contaminant Emissions from the Combustion of
Fuel Oils". This document includes:
- a list of NPRI and O. Reg. 127/01 air contaminants specific to the combustion of liquid-based fuel oils;
The U.S. EPA has advised using AP-42 Section 1.3 emission factors for small boilers (<100 MMBtu/h heat input) when calculating emissions from other
combustion equipment such as heaters, kilns, ovens, dryers and/or duct burners. Although heaters generally tend to be smaller than boilers, the combustion
mechanisms, and therefore the resulting emissions, are similar.
The purpose of the Fuel Oil Combustion Emissions Calculator is to calculate air emissions from the combustion of liquid-based fuels (including distillate fuel
oils Nos. 1 & 2 and diesel fuel; as well as residual fuel oils Nos. 4, 5 & 6), to use in reporting to the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI). It will also
assist Ontario industries in meeting reporting requirements in O. Reg. 127/01, Airborne Contaminant Discharge Monitoring and Reporting.
- an inventory of equipment fueled by distillate and residual fuel oils, including boilers/heaters, turbines and engines;
Protocol templates were specifically developed in this Emissions Calculator for internal and external combustion equipment that is fueled by liquid-based
fuels, including distillate oil-fired boilers/heaters, residual oil-fired boilers/heaters, diesel-fired turbines and diesel-fired engines.
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AIRBORNE CONTAMINANT EMISSIONS FROM
THE COMBUSTION OF LIQUID-BASED FUEL OILS
The NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table includes the total annual facility-wide air releases of CACs from the combustion of liquid-based fuels, which need to
be reported only if the contaminant threshold has been met or exceeded. If applicable, you can enter air releases from sources other than those from the
combustion of liquid-based fuel oils (cells highlighted in yellow).
Reportable information and instructions on reporting are presented in the columns highlighted in blue on the Emission Summary Tables. The
appropriate reporting units have also been included on the tables.
The NPRI Emission Summary Table includes the annual releases of contaminants from the combustion of liquid-based fuel oils, which need to be reported
only if the contaminant threshold has been met or exceeded. If applicable, you can enter air releases from sources other than those from the combustion of
liquid-based fuel oils (cells highlighted in yellow). In addition to annual emissions, the Ontario Emission Summary Table also includes Smog Period Releases
for the seven CACs, which need to be reported only if the annual contaminant threshold has been met or exceeded. Smog Period Releases are only
applicable to those facilities located in Ontario.
Where applicable, users can enter air releases from sources other than those from the combustion if liquid-based fuel oils in the cells highlighted
in yellow on the Emission Summary Tables.
On the HomePage, the user is first asked if their monthly fuel oil bills and/or other metred information can be used to specify the amount of liquid-based fuels
consumed by specific types of equipment (i.e., distillate oil-fired and residual oil-fired boilers/heaters, diesel-fired turbines, and diesel-fired engines). If this
information is not available, the user should proceed to Steps A1 through to A5 on the HomePage, entering the information as required (when and where
available). Steps A1 through A5 on the HomePage are only applicable to diesel-fired combustion equipment (i.e., turbines and engines) . If
equipment-specific fuel oil consumption is available, the user should proceed to Step B and follow the instructions provided in the text boxes. Do not enter
diesel fuel consumption for turbines and/or engines in both Steps A and B on the HomePage. The templates have been designed to calculate
emissions based on more detailed information (i.e., Step B) in preference to less specific equipment data (i.e., Step A).
Once the information has been entered in either Step A or Step B on the HomePage, the user is directed to the NPRI Emission Summary Table, the NPRI
CAC Emission Summary Table, the NPRI VOC Emission Summary Table, and/or the Ontario Emission Summary Table. The Emission Summary Tables
present the total emissions from all relevant fuel oil combustion equipment for which consumption data was entered.
- if available, the sulphur content of the fuel oil(s) used at your facility [% by mass] ; and
- information on which types of equipment are included in the monthly fuel oil consumption (e.g., distillate oil-fired and residual oil-fired boilers/heaters,
diesel-fired turbines, and diesel-fired engines);
- if available, the heating values for diesel-fired turbines and diesel-fired engines in either units of Btu/L or GJ/m
3
; otherwise the templates assume 36,720
Btu/L for diesel-fired turbines (38.7 GJ/m
3
) and 36,822 Btu/L for diesel-fired engines (38.8 GJ/m
3
);
Before beginning to use the templates, the user should first review the NPRI Decision Matrix and determine if there is a need to report. Once the
need to report emissions has been established, the user should acquire the following information, which will be required to successfully calculate
emissions:
Once this information has been acquired, the user can begin to enter this data on the HomePage (click on the link below). The user should reference the
NPRI (and Ontario Reg 127) Flow Diagram throughout the emission calculation process.
- if relevant, the type of control equipment or special combustion features;
- monthly fuel oil bills and/or other metred information for each month of the reporting year listing fuel oil consumption in either Litres (L) or cubic metres
(m
3
);
Two types of engine templates were developed, small diesel-fired industrial engines (<= 600 hp or 450 kW or 1.5 MMBtu/h) and large diesel-fired industrial
engines (> 600 hp or 450 kW or 1.5 MMBtu/h). The templates were based on the emissions factors provided in U.S. EPA AP-42 Sections 3.3 (10/96) and 3.4
(10/96), respectively. If you have more than one type of engine located at your facility, you will have to enter data separately for each type of engine and then
total the emissions from the engines manually. The SO2 emission factor for large diesel-fired industrial engines is based on the sulphur content of the diesel
fuel being combusted and is acquired from Environment Canada, Sulphur in Liquid Fuels 2006, January 2008 . If known, you can specify the sulphur content
of the diesel fuel used at your facility on the Sulphur Content Selection Page, otherwise a default sulphur content will be used depending on the type of
engine used i.e. Ultra-Low-Sulphur Diesel Fuel Engine, Low-Sulphur Fuel Engine, or High-Sulphur Fuel Engine chosen from the drop down list in the Engines
Description column in the "Sulphur Content Selection" page.
The NPRI and Ontario Emission Summary Tables clearly indicate that the need for reporting is not based strictly on emissions from fuel oil combustion
equipment. It reminds the user that other sources of emissions need to be considered and allows for the user to input emissions from other sources
(fields highlighted in yellow on Emission Summary Tables). However, it should be noted that, with the exception of the NPRI VOC Emission Summary Table,
the contaminants listed on all other Emission Summary Tables are specific to the combustion of liquid-based fuel oils. Therefore, other
contaminants from sources other than fuel oil combustion that do not appear on the Emission Summary Tables may need to be considered for reporting
purposes.
It should also be noted that the reporting thresholds for NPRI Part 1A and 1B substances (and Ontario Reg 127 Table 2B substances) are based on
the quantity of these substances being manufactured, processed or otherwise (MPO) used at the facility (e.g., 10 tonne mass reporting threshold
for NPRI Part 1A and O. Reg. 127/01 Table 2B substances) at concentrations equal to or greater than their respective concentration thresholds
(e.g., 1%for NPRI Part 1A and O. Reg. 127/01 Table 2B substances) plus the quantity of the same substance, at any concentration, that is
considered to be a by-product and that is released on-site to the environment or disposed of.
The Emissions Calculator calculates emissions based on equipment-specific emission factors. The emissions from the equipment-specific templates are then
totaled in aggregated templates (NPRI Emission Summary Table, NPRI Criteria Air Contaminant (CAC) Emission Summary Table, NPRI VOC Emission
Summary Table, and Ontario Emission Summary Table), which also provide information on whether or not there is a requirement to report based on
emissions compared to contaminant thresholds.
Click Here
to Go to the
HomePage
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AIRBORNE CONTAMINANT EMISSIONS FROM
THE COMBUSTION OF LIQUID-BASED FUEL OILS
Once you have completed entering data for your facility and have viewed the Emission Summary Tables, you can print any of the Tables or Worksheets. It is
recommended that you save this Excel file to your hard drive for record keeping.
If reporting to the NPRI, the owner or operator of a facility is legally required to keep copies of the report to the NPRI, as well as any calculations,
measurements and other data on which the information was based. This information must be kept at the facility to which it relates or at the facility's parent
company for a period of three (3) years.
If reporting to the MOE for O. Reg. 127/01, the owner or operator of a facility is required to keep copies of the report to the MOE, as well as any calculations,
measurements and other data on which the reported information was based. This information must be kept at the facility to which it relates or at the facility's
parent company for a period of seven (7) years.
The NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table includes the total annual facility-wide air releases of CACs from the combustion of liquid-based fuels, which need to
be reported only if the contaminant threshold has been met or exceeded. If applicable, you can enter air releases from sources other than those from the
combustion of liquid-based fuel oils (cells highlighted in yellow).
In addition, the NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table contains a stack reporting section that allows the user to select an individual fuel oil combustion unit
from a drop-down list (for which fuel oil consumption data has specifically been entered) that has a stack greater than or equal to 50 metres above grade, and
determine whether or not stack reporting is required. The user can also input emissions from other sources associated with that particular stack (cells
highlighted in yellow). In general, however, stacks associated with the combustion of liquid-based fuel oils do not have stacks greater than or equal to 50
metres above grade. Stack reporting for individual stacks is only required once the annual CAC contaminant threshold has been met or exceeded, the stack
CAC contaminant threshold has been met or exceeded, and the stack is greater than or equal to 50 metres above grade. Stack reporting includes reporting
the quantity released to air and the physical parameters of that stack (i.e., stack height above grade, stack exit diameter, average stack exhaust exit
temperature, and average stack exhaust exit velocity).
Once the total annual VOC air release threshold of 10 tonnes has been met or exceeded at a facility, the total annual VOC air releases from the facility need
to be reported (see NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table). To put things in perspective, over 7 million Litres of diesel fuel would have to be combusted
annually by a large diesel-fired industrial engine (> 600 hp) to exceed the 10 tonne VOC annual release threshold (assuming a diesel heating value of 19,300
Btu/lb and a specific gravity of 0.8654 kg/L). This translates into a minimum engine nameplate capacity of around 31 MMBtu/h operating at 100% capacity
(365 d/yr; 24 h/d), or around 61 MMBtu/h if operating at 50% capacity. If the facility has a stack with a height equal to or greater than 50 metres above grade,
then the total annual VOC air releases from that stack that meet or exceed a 5 tonne stack release threshold for VOCs also need to be reported, along with
the physical stack parameters (i.e., stack height above grade, stack exit diameter, average stack exhaust exit temperature, and average stack exhaust exit
velocity) in metric units for that stack (see NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table).
In addition, any speciated VOC air releases from your facility that meet or exceed a 1 tonne de-minimus reporting threshold need to be reported (see NPRI
VOC Emission Summary Table). If your facility has stacks equal to or greater than 50 metres above grade, report separately the speciated VOC air releases
from each such stack and the speciated VOC air releases from all other sources at the facility (see NPRI VOC Emission Summary Table). It should be noted
that there is no stack de-minimus reporting threshold for Part 5 VOCs (i.e., once total VOC air releases from the stack meet or exceed 5 tonnes, all stack
releases of Part 5 speciated VOCs should be reported for those speciated Part 5 VOCs that meet or exceed the facility wide 1 tonne de-minimus reporting
threshold).
For example, a facility releases 30 tonnes of total VOCs to air, and 10 tonnes of which are released from a stack with a height of 65 metres above grade. Of
the 30 tonnes of total VOCs released to air from the facility, 3 tonnes are air releases of toluene, 0.4 tonnes of which are released from the stack with a height
of 65 metres above grade, and 2.6 tonnes of which are air releases from all other sources at the facility.
Since the 10 tonne annual release threshold for total VOCs has been exceeded, the facility would need to report the 30 tonnes of total VOCs. Since the
facility has a stack with a height equal to or greater than 50 metres above grade and the total VOCs released from this stack have exceeded the 5 tonne stack
release threshold, the facility would need to report the 10 tonnes of total VOCs released from the stack as well as the physical stack parameters for the stack.
In addition, since the 3 tonnes of toluene released to air from the facility have exceeded the 1 tonne de-minimus reporting threshold for speciated VOCs, the
facility should report separately the 0.4 tonnes of toluene released from the stack and the 2.6 tonnes of toluene released from all other sources.
DISCLAIMER

The enclosed Emissions Calculator and Guidance Materials (the Enclosed) were prepared by Canadian ORTECH Environmental
Inc. (ORTECH) as an account of work managed by the Canadian Energy Partnership for Environmental Innovation (the Partnership)
on behalf of sponsoring companies. Neither the Partnership, nor the sponsors, nor any person on behalf of either:

(a) makes any warranty or representation, express or implied with respect to the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of the
information contained in the Enclosed, or that the use of any information, apparatus, method, or process disclosed in the Enclosed
may not infringe privately-owed rights; or

(b) assumes any liability with respect to the use of, or for damages resulting from the use of, any information, apparatus, method or
process disclosed in the Enclosed.





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NPRI DECISION MATRIX
For Each Stack =or> 50 m High,
Report Total Annual Stack Air
Releases for Each Part 4 CAC
Substance That Met or Exceeded Its
Respective Stack Release Threshold
and Report Physical Stack
Parameters*
Have
only
Stationary
External
Combustion
Equipment Firing
Commercial Grade
Natural Gas, LPG, or
No. 1 & 2 Fuel Oil
only and
Total Capacity
< 10 million
Btu/h?
Obtain Monthly
Fuels Use for
Stationary
Combustion
Equipment
(External and
Internal)
No
Total
Annual
Air Releases
= or > Part 4 CAC
Thresholds?

Any Stacks
= or > 50 m High
Above Grade?
Yes
Yes
Calculate Part 4 CAC
Air Releases from
Each Stack
= or > 50 m High
Any
Part 4 CAC Stack
Air Releases = or >
Stack
Thresholds?
Yes
No
Facility a
Pipeline Installation
(e.g., pipeline
compressor and
storage
stations)?
Did
Employees Work
= or > 20,000 Hours
During the
Year?
START
HERE
Exempt from
Reporting Parts
1, 2 and 3 of NPRI
(refer to Box A of
Fig. 2 in the
NPRI
Guide?
NOTE:
* Physical Stack Parameters include stack height above grade, stack diameter, average exit temperature, average exit velocity (reporting of latitude and longitude parameters is optional)
Facility Used
for One or More
of the Activities
Listed in Box B of
Fig. 2 in the
NPRI Guide?
Yes
Was a Report
Filed for Total
VOCs under
NPRI Part 4?
Calculate Monthly
Breakdown by Percent of
Part 4 CAC Air Releases
Calculate Applicable
Releases and
Transfers of Part 1
Substances
Inform Your Regional NPRI
Office in Writing That
Facility Did Not Meet the
Reporting Requirements for
Any NPRI Substance
Facility Not Required
to Submit a Report
for Part 4 CACs
Calculate MPO
#
Use
Quantities for Part 1
Substances
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Substsance(s)
= or > MPO
#

Thresholds?
No Part 1
Reporting
Required
No
Yes
Calculate Incidentally
Manufactured Releases On-site
or Disposals of Part 2
Substances and Determine
Part 3 Activities Facility Used
For and Engaged In
Report Releases and Transfers of
Parts 1, 2 and 3 Substances That Meet or
Exceed Their Applicable Thresholds
(where applicable)
Calculate Total Air
Releases of Part 4 CACs
from Stationary
Combustion Equipment
(External and Internal)
Only
Calculate Total
Air Releases of
Part 4 CACs
from All Sources
Any Part 5
Speciated VOC Air
Releases = or > 1 tonne
Speciated Release
Threshold?
Yes
No
Obtain
Monthly
Fuels Use
for All
Combustion
Sources
and Identify
All Other
Sources of
Part 4 CAC
Air
Releases
Report For Each Part 5
Speciated VOC That Met or
Exceeded the 1 tonne
Speciated Release
Threshold
Yes
No
No
No Part 5
Speciated
VOC
Reporting
Required
No
Stack
Reporting
Not Required
No
Report Annual CAC Air
Releases and Monthly
Breakdown of Air
Releases by Percent
Yes
Calculate Total
Annual Releases
for Each Part 5
Speciated VOC
No
Identify Physical
Stack Parameters*
Were Total VOCs
Reported for a Stack
=or> 50 m High Above
Grade?
No Stack
Reporting of
Part 5
Speciated
VOCs Required
No
Report the Air Releases of Each
Part 5 Speciated VOC from Each
Stack That Met or Exceeded the
1 tonne Facility Wide Speciated
Release Threshold
Yes
No
No
NPRI Decision Matrix
MONTH CONSUMPTION (m
3
) CONSUMPTION (L)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
Total Annual Consumption 0.00 0.00
Total Smog Period
Consumption
0.00 0.00
0%
Diesel-Fired Turbine(s)
Diesel-Fired Engine(s)
Residual Oil-Fired Boiler(s)/Heater(s)
Diesel-Fired Turbine(s)
Diesel-Fired Engine(s)
AIRBORNE CONTAMINANT EMISSIONS FROM
THE COMBUSTION OF LIQUID-BASED FUEL OILS
Distillate Oil-Fired Boiler(s)/Heater(s)
Step A1: To calculate emissions from turbines and/or engines, enter
your total site-wide monthly diesel fuel consumption in either cubic
metres (m3) or Litres (L).

If you have distillate oil-fired and/or residual oil-fired boilers/heaters
at your facility, then proceed to Step B.

Step B: From the list below, click on the type of equipment
located at your facility. For each type of equipment, you will
be linked to an input data page for that particular type of
equipment.

Once the input data has been entered for the specified
equipment type, there will be an opportunity to return to the
HomePage and select other types of equipment from the list
below.
Can your monthly consumption bills and/or other metred information be used to specify the amount of
liquid-based fuel oils consumed by specific types of combustion equipment?
Step A2: Enter the exact or approximate percent of the total site -
wide diesel fuel consumption for the turbines and/or engines located
at your facility (i.e., if 60%, then enter 60). Enter zero (0) for
equipment not relevant to your facility.
YES
Click Here to Go to the
NPRI Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Go to the
Ontario MOE Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Go to the
NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table
NO
Click Here to Return to the
Introduction
Step A5: Click on the links below if you have any pollution control
devices (i.e., for CO and NO2) for the turbines and/or engines located
at your facility; and/or if you know the specific sulphur content of
the diesel fuel used at your facility.


Click Here to Go to the
Control Device/Adjustment Factors Page
Click Here to Return to the
Introduction Step A3: If you have engine(s) located at your facility, click on the
link below to select the size range based on rated power (<= 600 hp
and >600 hp) of the engine(s), and to select the diesel heating value
(Btu/L or GJ/m3), if available .

COMPLETE ONLY STEPS B1 AND B3 AND THEN RETURN TO THE
HOMEPAGE.
Click Here to Go to Steps B1 and B3 on the
Engine - Input Data Page
DISCLAIMER

The enclosed Emissions Calculator and Guidance Materials (the Enclosed) were prepared by ORTECH Environmental (ORTECH), a div ision of
ORTECH Consulting Inc., as an account of work managed by the Canadian Energy Partnership for Environmental Innovation (the Pa rtnership) on
behalf of sponsoring companies. Neither the Partnership, nor the sponsors, nor any person on behalf of either:

(a) makes any warranty or representation, express or implied with respect to the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of the information contained in
the Enclosed, or that the use of any information, apparatus, method, or process disclosed in the Enclosed may not infringe pr ivately-owed rights; or

(b) assumes any liability with respect to the use of, or for damages resulting from the use of, any information, apparatus, m ethod or process disclosed
in the Enclosed.



Click Here to Go to the
NPRI VOC Emission Summary Table
Step A4: If you have turbine(s) located at your facility, click on the
link below to select the diesel heating value (Btu/L or GJ/m3), if
available. Otherwise a default value of 36,720 Btu/L (38.7 GJ/m3) will
be used.

COMPLETE ONLY STEP B2 AND THEN RETURN TO THE
HOMEPAGE.
Click Here to Go to Step B2 on the
Turbine - Input Data Page
Click Here to Go to the
Sulphur Content Selection Page
MONTH CONSUMPTION (m
3
) CONSUMPTION (L)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
Total Annual Consumption 0.00 0.00
Total Smog Period
Consumption
0.00 0.00
Industrial Boilers/Heaters
Step B2: Enter the monthly distillate oil consumption in either cubic
metres (m
3
) or Litres (L) for the type of distillate oil-fired
boiler(s)/heater(s) selected above.
Step B5: If you have completed entering data for all of the
combustion equipment at your facility, and you wish to view the
Emission Summary Tables, click on the links below.
Step B4: If you wish to return to the HomePage and calculate
emissions for other types of equipment located at your facility,
click on the link below (i.e., return to the beginning of Step B).
Click Here to Return to the HomePage
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to Go to the
Ontario MOE Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to the
Introduction
Step B3: Click on the links below if you have any pollution control
devices (i.e., for NO
2
and SO
2
) for the boiler(s)/heater(s) located at
your facility; and/or if you know the specific sulphur content of the
distillate oil used at your facility.
Click Here to Go to the
Control Device/Adjustment Factors Page
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI Speciated VOC Emission Summary Table
Step B1: From the drop-down list below (click on the cell
highlighted in yellow below and the drop-down list will appear),
select the type of distillate oil-fired boilers/heaters located at your
facility. If you have different types of distillate oil-fired
boilers/heaters at your facility, you will have to enter data separately
for each type of distillate oil-fired boiler/heater.
Click Here to Go to the
Sulphur Content Selection Page
MONTH CONSUMPTION (m
3
) CONSUMPTION (L)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
Total Annual Consumption 0.00 0.00
Total Smog Period
Consumption
0.00 0.00
Industrial Boilers/Heaters
Residual Oil No. 6
Step B3: Enter the monthly residual oil consumption in either cubic
metres (m
3
) or Litres (L) for the type of residual oil-fired
boiler(s)/heater(s) and type of residual oil selected above.
Step B6: If you have completed entering data for all of the
combustion equipment at your facility, and you wish to view the
Emission Summary Tables, click on the links below.
Step B5: If you wish to return to the HomePage and calculate
emissions for other types of equipment located at your facility,
click on the link below (i.e., return to the beginning of Step B).
Click Here to Return to the HomePage
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to Go to the
Ontario MOE Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to the
Introduction
Step B4: Click on the links below if you have any pollution control
devices (i.e., for NO
2
and SO
2
) for the boiler(s)/heater(s) located at
your facility; and/or if you know the specific sulphur content of the
residual oil used at your facility.
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Control Device/Adjustment Factors Page
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NPRI Speciated VOC Emission Summary Table
Step B1: From the drop-down list below (click on the cell
highlighted in yellow below and the drop-down list will appear),
select the type of residual oil-fired boilers/heaters located at your
facility. If you have different types of residual oil -fired
boilers/heaters at your facility, you will have to enter data separately
for each type of residual oil-fired boiler/heater.
Step B2: From the drop-down list below (click on the cell
highlighted in yellow below and the drop-down list will appear),
select the type of residual oil combusted by the equipment selected
above. If you use different types of residual oil at your facility, you
will have to enter data separately for each type of residual oil used.
Click Here to Go to the
Sulphur Content Selection Page
MONTH CONSUMPTION (m
3
) CONSUMPTION (L)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
Total Annual Consumption 0.00 0.00
Total Smog Period
Consumption
0.00 0.00
Heating Value (Btu/L)
Heating Value (GJ/m
3
)
Step B1: Enter the monthly diesel fuel consumption in either cubic
metres (m
3
) or Litres (L) for the turbine(s) located at your facility.
Step B2: Enter the Diesel Heating Value for the turbine(s) located at
your facility in units of either Btu/L or GJ/m
3
.

If you do not know what value to enter, a default value of 36,720 Btu/L
(38.7 GJ/m
3
) will be used in the emission calculations.
Step B4: If you wish to return to the HomePage and calculate
emissions for other types of equipment located at your facility, click on
the link below (i.e., return to beginning of Step B).
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Step B5: If you have completed entering data for all of the combustion
equipment at your facility, and you wish to view the Emission Summary
Tables, click on the links below.
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to Go to the
Ontario MOE Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to the
Introduction
Step B3: Click on the links below if you have any pollution control
devices (i.e., for CO and NO
2
) for the turbine(s) located at your facility;
and/or if you know the specific sulphur content of the diesel fuel used
at your facility.
Click Here to Go to the
Control Device/Adjustment Factors Page
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI Speciated VOC Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to the HomePage
ONLY IF YOU CAME HERE FROM STEP A4
Click Here to Go to the
Sulphur Content Selection Page
MONTH CONSUMPTION (m
3
) CONSUMPTION (L)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
Total Annual Consumption 0.00 0.00
Total Smog Period Consumption 0.00 0.00
Large Diesel Stationary Engines (> 600 hp or 450 kW or 1.5 MMBtu/h) Diesel Heating Value (Btu/L)
Diesel Heating Value (GJ/m
3
)
Step B2: Enter your monthly diesel fuel consumption in cubic metres (m
3
) or Litres (L) for the type
of engine(s) selected above.
Step B1: From the drop-down list below (click on the cell highlighted in yellow below and the
drop-down list will appear), select the size range based on rated power for the diesel-fired engines
located at your facility. If you have engines at your facility that fall under both categories, you will
have to enter separate data for each engine category.
Step B3: Enter the Diesel Heating Value for the engine(s) located
at your facility in either units of Btu/L or GJ/m
3
.

If you do not know what value to enter, a default value of 36,822
Btu/L (38.8 GJ/m
3
) will be used in the emission calculations.
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ONLY IF YOU CAME HERE FROM STEP A3
Step B4: Click on the link below if you know the specific sulphur
content of the diesel fuel used at your facility.
Click Here to Go to the
Sulphur Content Selection Page
Step B5: If you wish to return to the HomePage and calculate
emissions for other types of equipment located at your facility,
click on the link below (i.e., return to beginning of Step B).
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Step B6: If you have completed entering data for all of the
combustion equipment at your facility, and you wish to view the
Emission Summary Tables, click on the links below.
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to Go to the
Ontario MOE Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI CAC Emission Summary Table
Click Here to Return to the
Introduction
Click Here to Return to Go to the
NPRI Speciated VOC Emission Summary Table
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ONLY IF YOU CAME HERE FROM STEP A3
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Control Device/Adjustment Factors Page
Reduction
Potential
(%)
Emission
Factor
Units Rating
Adjustment
Factor
NO2 -- Uncontrolled YES -- 20.000 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) A 1.00
NO2 -- Low Excess Air (LEA) NO 0-24 17.600 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.88
NO2 -- Staged Combustion (SC) NO 17-44 13.900 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.70
NO2 -- Low NOx Burners (LNB) NO 20-50 13.000 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.65
NO2 -- Selective Noncatalytic Reduction (SNCR) NO 40-70 9.000 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.45
NO2 -- Flue Gas Recirculation (FGR) NO 58-73 6.900 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.35
SO2 -- Uncontrolled YES -- 41.549 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) A 1.00
SO2 -- Furnace Injection or Duct Injection NO 25-50 25.968 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.63
SO2 -- Spray Drying NO 70-90 8.310 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.20
SO2 -- Wet Scrubber (Lime/Limestone; Sodium Carbonate; Magnesium Oxide/Hydroxide) NO 80-98 4.570 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.11
SO2 -- Wet Scrubber (Dual Alkali) NO 90-96 2.908 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.07
NO2 -- Uncontrolled YES -- 55.000 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) A 1.00
NO2 -- Controlled (Fuel Alteration - No. 6 Oil/Water Emulsion) NO 41 38.000 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) C 0.69
NO2 -- Low Excess Air (LEA) NO 0-28 47.300 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.86
NO2 -- Flue Gas Recirculation (FGR) NO 15-30 42.625 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.78
NO2 -- Low NOx Burners (LNB) or Staged Combustion (SC) NO 20-50 35.750 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.65
NO2 -- Selective Noncatalytic Reduction (SNCR) NO 40-70 24.750 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.45
SO2 -- Uncontrolled YES -- 268.721 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) A 1.00
SO2 -- Furnace Injection or Duct Injection NO 25-50 167.951 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.63
SO2 -- Spray Drying NO 70-90 53.744 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.20
SO2 -- Wet Scrubber (Lime/Limestone; Sodium Carbonate; Magnesium Oxide/Hydroxide) NO 80-98 29.559 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.11
SO2 -- Wet Scrubber (Dual Alkali) NO 90-96 18.810 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) -- 0.07
CO -- Uncontrolled YES -- 5.000 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) A 1.00
CO -- Controlled (Fuel Alteration - No. 6 Oil/Water Emulsion) NO 33 1.900 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) C 0.38
PM10 -- Uncontrolled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters --
16.398
(lb/10
3
U.S. gal) D 1.00
PM2.5 -- Uncontrolled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters -- 10.680 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) D 1.00
TPM -- Uncontrolled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters 18.950 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) A/B 1.00
PM10 -- Controlled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters (Fuel Alteration - No. 6 Oil/Water Emulsion) 45 9.019 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) C 0.55
PM2.5 --Controlled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters (Fuel Alteration - No. 6 Oil/Water Emulsion) 45 5.874 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) C 0.55
TPM --Controlled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters (Fuel Alteration - No. 6 Oil/Water Emulsion) 45 10.422 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) C 0.55
PM10 -- Multiple Cylcone Controlled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters 80 3.280 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) E 0.20
PM2.5 -- Mutliple Cyclone Controlled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters 80 2.136 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) E 0.20
TPM -- Mutliple Cyclone Controlled -- Industrial Boilers/Heaters 80 3.790 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) E 0.20
PM10 -- Uncontrolled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters --
13.493 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) C 1.00
PM2.5 -- Uncontrolled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters -- 9.834 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) C 1.00
TPM -- Uncontrolled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters 18.950 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) A/B 1.00
PM10 -- ESP Controlled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters 99.2 0.108 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) E 0.01
PM2.5 -- ESP Controlled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters 99.2 0.079 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) E 0.01
TPM -- ESP Controlled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters 99.2 0.152 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) E 0.01
PM10 -- Scrubber Controlled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters 94 0.810 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) D 0.06
PM2.5 -- Scrubber Controlled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters 94 0.590 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) D 0.06
TPM -- Scrubber Controlled -- Utility Boilers/Heaters 94 1.137 (lb/10
3
U.S. gal) D 0.06
NO2 -- Uncontrolled YES -- 0.880 (lb/MMBTU) C 1.00
NO2 -- Water-Steam Injection NO 73 0.240 (lb/MMBTU) B 0.27
CO -- Uncontrolled YES -- 0.003 (lb/MMBTU) C 1.00
CO -- Water-Steam Injection NO -2,203 0.076 (lb/MMBTU) C 23.03
NO2 -- Uncontrolled YES -- 3.200 (lb/MMBTU) B 1.00
NO2 -- Controlled (Ignition Timing Retard) NO -- 1.900 (lb/MMBTU) B 0.59
Notes
For additional information on Pollution Control Devices and Control Device Efficiencies, refer to the 2008 Guide for Reporting to the National Pollutant Release Inventory (Environment Canada).
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Annual Releases
from Distillate
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from Residual
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from
Diesel-Fired
Turbines
Annual Releases
from Small
Diesel-Fired
Industrial Engines
(<= 600 hp)
Annual Releases
from Large
Diesel-Fired
Stationary Engines
(> 600 hp)
(kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year)
1,3-BUTADIENE 106-99-0 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
ACETALDEHYDE 75-07-0 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
ACROLEIN 107-02-8 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
ANTHRACENE 120-12-7 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
ANTIMONY (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 01 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
BENZENE 71-43-2 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
CHROMIUM (AND ITS COMPOUNDS,
EXCEPT CHROMIUM VI COMPOUNDS)
NA - 04 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
COBALT (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 05 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
COPPER (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 06 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
ETHYLBENZENE 100-41-4 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
FORMALDEHYDE 50-00-0 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
MANGANESE (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 09 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
NAPHTHALENE 91-20-3 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
NICKEL (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 11 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
PHOSPHORUS NA - 22 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
PROPYLENE 115-07-1 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
SELENIUM (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 12 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
TOLUENE 108-88-3 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
TOTAL XYLENES 1330-20-7 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
VANADIUM (EXCEPT WHEN IN ALLOY,
AND ITS COMPOUNDS)
7440-62-2 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
ZINC (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 14 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
ARSENIC (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 02 kilograms kilograms kilograms 50 kilograms No
CADMIUM (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 03 kilograms kilograms kilograms 5 kilograms No
HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS NA - 19 kilograms kilograms kilograms 50 kilograms No
LEAD (AND ITS COMPOUNDS,
EXCEPT TETRAETHYL LEAD)
NA - 08 kilograms kilograms kilograms 50 kilograms No
MERCURY (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) NA - 10 kilograms kilograms kilograms 5 kilograms No
SUM OF PAHs 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 0.00E+00 kilograms kilograms kilograms
BENZO(A)ANTHRACENE 56-55-3 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
BENZO(A)PHENANTHRENE (CHRYSENE) 218-01-9 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
BENZO(A)PYRENE 50-32-8 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
BENZO(B)FLUORANTHENE 205-99-2 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
BENZO(G,H,I)PERYLENE 191-24-2 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
BENZO(K)FLUORANTHENE 207-08-9 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
DIBENZO(A,H)ANTHRACENE 53-70-3 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
FLUORANTHENE 206-44-0 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
INDENO(1,2,3-C,D)PYRENE 193-39-5 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
PHENANTHRENE 85-01-8 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
PYRENE 129-00-0 kilograms kilograms kilograms No
OCTACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN (OCDD) 3268-87-9 kilograms kilograms grams TEQ activity-based N/A N/A No
NPRI CONTAMINANTS - EMISSION SUMMARY TABLE
Part 1(B) NPRI Contaminants --- Report Releases in kilograms
UNITS UNITS
TOTAL ANNUAL
RELEASES FROM
COMBUSTION (BY-
PRODUCTS)
UNITS
PERCENT OF
THRESHOLD
CONTAMINANT NAME REQUIREMENT TO REPORT UNITS
Part 3 NPRI Contaminants - Dioxins/Furans (Report Releases in grams TEQ) & Hexachlorobenzene (Report Releases in grams)
kilograms
TOTAL
ANNUAL
RELEASES
50
ANNUAL RELEASES FROM
OTHER SOURCES THAT
MEET OR EXCEED MPO
USE MASS AND
CONCENTRATION
THRESHOLDS
Part 2 NPRI Contaminants - Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) --- Report Releases in kilograms
Part 1(A) NPRI Contaminants --- Report Releases in tonnes
CAS #
REPORTING
THRESHOLD
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Annual Releases
from Distillate
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from Residual
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from
Diesel-Fired
Turbines
Annual Releases
from Small
Diesel-Fired
Industrial Engines
(<= 600 hp)
Annual Releases
from Large
Diesel-Fired
Stationary Engines
(> 600 hp)
UNITS
(kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year)
Carbon Monoxide 630-08-0 tonnes tonnes tonnes 20 tonnes No
Oxides of Nitrogen (expressed as NO2) 11104-93-1 tonnes tonnes tonnes 20 tonnes No
PM10 NA - M09 tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.5 tonnes No
PM2.5 NA - M10 tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.3 tonnes No
Sulphur Dioxide 7446-09-5 tonnes tonnes tonnes 20 tonnes No
Total Particulate Matter NA - M08 tonnes tonnes tonnes 20 tonnes No
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) NA - M16 tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes No
Carbon Monoxide 630-08-0 tonnes tonnes tonnes 5 tonnes No
Oxides of Nitrogen (expressed as NO2) 11104-93-1 tonnes tonnes tonnes 5 tonnes No
PM10 NA - M09 tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.25 tonnes No
PM2.5 NA - M10 tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.15 tonnes No
Sulphur Dioxide 7446-09-5 tonnes tonnes tonnes 5 tonnes No
Total Particulate Matter NA - M08 tonnes tonnes tonnes 5 tonnes No
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) NA - M16 tonnes tonnes tonnes 5 tonnes No
CAS # UNITS
REQUIREMENT TO REPORT
TOTAL ANNUAL FACILITY WIDE
AIR RELEASES
TOTAL ANNUAL
AIR RELEASES
FROM
COMBUSTION
UNITS
REPORTING
THRESHOLD
ANNUAL AIR
RELEASES
FROM OTHER
SOURCES
UNITS
UNITS
ANNUAL
STACK
(>= 50 m)
AIR
RELEASES
FROM OTHER
SOURCES
TOTAL ANNUAL
STACK
(>= 50 m)
AIR RELEASES
ANNUAL FACILITY WIDE REPORTING
CONTAMINANT NAME PERCENT OF
THRESHOLD
TOTAL ANNUAL
FACILITY WIDE
AIR RELEASES
PERCENT OF
STACK
THRESHOLD
REQUIREMENT TO REPORT
STACK (>= 50 m)
AIR RELEASES
AND
PHYSICAL STACK PARAMETERS
ANNUAL STACK
(>= 50 m)
AIR RELEASES
FOR
COMBUSTION
EQUIPMENT
SELECTED
FROM THE DROP-DOWN LIST BELOW
(CLICK ON THE CELL BELOW AND A DROP-DOWN LIST WILL APPEAR)
SELECT THE TYPE OF EQUIPMENT THAT IS ASSOCIATED WITH A STACK HEIGHT
EQUAL TO OR GREATER THAN 50 METRES ABOVE GRADE
No Equipment with Stacks =>50 m Above Grade
ANNUAL STACK REPORTING
CONTAMINANT NAME CAS #
STACK
THRESHOLD
UNITS UNITS UNITS
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(kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year) (kg/year)
TOTAL ANNUAL STACK (>= 50 m)
AIR RELEASES OF SPECIATED VOCs
FOR COMBUSTION EQUIPMENT
SELECTED ABOVE
UNITS
TOTAL ANNUAL STACK (>= 50 m)
AIR RELEASES OF SPECIATED VOCs
FROM OTHER SOURCES
UNITS
Acetylene 74-86-2 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
Adipic Acid 124-04-9 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
Aniline 62-53-3 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
Benzene 71-43-2 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
1,3-Butadiene 106-99-0 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
2-Butoxyethanol 111-76-2 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
n-Butyl Acetate 123-86-4 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
P-Dichlorobenzene 106-46-7 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
Ethylene Dichloride 107-06-2 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
Dimethylether 115-10-6 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
Ethyl Alcohol 64-17-5 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
Ethyl Acetate 141-78-6 tonnes tonnes tonnes 1 tonne tonnes tonnes tonnes tonnes
TOTAL ANNUAL
AIR RELEASES
OF SPECIATED
VOCs
FROM SOURCES
OTHER THAN
STACKS
>= 50 m
ABOVE GRADE
REQUIREMENT TO REPORT
NPRI PART 5 SPECIATED VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOCs) - EMISSION SUMMARY TABLE
FROM THE DROP-DOWN LIST BELOW
(CLICK ON THE CELL BELOW AND A DROP-DOWN LIST WILL APPEAR)
SELECT THE TYPE OF COMBUSTION EQUIPMENT THAT IS ASSOCIATED WITH A STACK HEIGHT
EQUAL TO OR GREATER THAN 50 METRES ABOVE GRADE
IF THERE ARE OTHER SOURCES EXHAUSTING TO THE SAME STACK, YOU CAN ENTER RELEVANT
AIR RELEASES IN THE CELLS HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW BELOW
No Equipment with Stacks =>50 m Above Grade
TOTAL ANNUAL
AIR RELEASES
OF SPECIATED
VOCs
FROM STACKS
>= 50 m
ABOVE GRADE
UNITS
TOTAL ANNUAL
FACILITY-WIDE
AIR RELEASES
FROM SOURCES
OTHER THAN
COMBUSTION
CAS # REPORTING
THRESHOLD
CONTAMINANT NAME
Individual Substances
UNITS
TOTAL ANNUAL
FACILITY-WIDE
STACK/POINT
AIR RELEASES
FROM
COMBUSTION
UNITS
TOTAL ANNUAL
FACILITY-WIDE
AIR RELEASES
FROM ALL
SOURCES
UNITS UNITS
Annual Releases
from Distillate
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from Residual
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from
Diesel-Fired
Turbines
Annual Releases
from Small
Diesel-Fired
Industrial
Engines
(<= 600 hp)
PERCENT OF
THRESHOLD
Annual Releases
from Large
Diesel-Fired
Stationary
Engines
(> 600 hp)
UNITS
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CONTAMINANT NAME CAS #
Annual Releases
from Distillate
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from Residual
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from
Diesel-Fired
Turbines
Annual Releases
from Small
Diesel-Fired
Industrial Engines
(<= 600 hp)
Annual Releases
from Large
Diesel-Fired
Stationary Engines
(> 600 hp)
TOTAL ANNUAL
EMISSIONS FROM
COMBUSTION (BY-
PRODUCTS)
UNITS
ANNUAL EMISSIONS
FROM OTHER SOURCES
UNITS
TOTAL ANNUAL
EMISSIONS
UNITS
REPORTING
THRESHOLD
UNITS
PERCENT OF
THRESHOLD
REQUIREMENT TO REPORT
TOTAL SMOG
PERIOD
STACK/POINT
EMISSIONS FROM
COMBUSTION
UNITS
SMOG PERIOD
EMISSIONS
FROM OTHER
SOURCES
UNITS
TOTAL SMOG
PERIOD
EMISSIONS
UNITS
REQUIREMENT TO REPORT SMOG
PERIOD EMISSIONS
CARBON DIOXIDE 124-38-9 tonnes tonnes tonnes 100,000 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' tonnes tonnes tonnes Not Applicable
CARBON MONOXIDE 630-08-0 M tonnes tonnes tonnes 20 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' 0.000 tonnes tonnes tonnes No
METHANE 74-82-8 tonnes tonnes tonnes 5,000 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' tonnes tonnes tonnes Not Applicable
NITROUS OXIDE 10024-97-2 tonnes tonnes tonnes 2.7 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' tonnes tonnes tonnes Not Applicable
OXIDES OF NITROGEN
(EXPRESSED AS NO2)
11104-93-1 M tonnes tonnes tonnes 21 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' 0.000 tonnes tonnes tonnes No
PM10 NA - M09 M tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.5 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' 0.000 tonnes tonnes tonnes No
PM2.5 NA - M10 M tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.3 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' 0.000 tonnes tonnes tonnes No
SULPHUR DIOXIDE 7446-09-5 M tonnes tonnes tonnes 20 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' 0.000 tonnes tonnes tonnes No
TOTAL PARTICULATE MATTER NA - M08 M tonnes tonnes tonnes 20 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' 0.000 tonnes tonnes tonnes No
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS NA - M16 M tonnes tonnes tonnes 10 tonnes Report as 'Below Threshold' 0.000 tonnes tonnes tonnes No
CONTAMINANT NAME CAS #
Annual Releases
from Distillate
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from Residual
Oil-Fired
Boilers/Heaters
Annual Releases
from
Diesel-Fired
Turbines
Annual Releases
from Small
Diesel-Fired
Industrial Engines
(<= 600 hp)
Annual Releases
from Large
Diesel-Fired
Stationary Engines
(> 600 hp)
TOTAL ANNUAL
EMISSIONS FROM
COMBUSTION (BY-
PRODUCTS)
UNITS
ANNUAL EMISSIONS
FROM OTHER SOURCES
THAT MEET OR EXCEED
MPO USE MASS AND
CONCENTRATION
THRESHOLDS
UNITS
TOTAL ANNUAL
EMISSIONS
UNITS
REPORTING
THRESHOLD
UNITS
PERCENT OF
THRESHOLD
REQUIREMENT TO REPORT
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE 71-55-6 tonnes tonnes tonnes 3.0 tonnes No
ACENAPHTHENE 83-32-9 tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.005 tonnes No
ACENAPHTHYLENE 208-96-8 tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.005 tonnes No
BERYLLIUM (AND ITS COMPOUNDS) 7440-41-7 tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.5 tonnes No
FLUORENE 86-73-7 tonnes tonnes tonnes 0.005 tonnes No
Ontario MOE Criteria Air Contaminants/Greenhouse Gases - Report Emissions in tonnes (Table 2A)
ONTARIO MOE REG. 127/01 CONTAMINANTS - EMISSION SUMMARY TABLE
MOE Ontario Toxics - Report Emissions in tonnes (Table 2B)
Ontario Emission Summary Table