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Delaware General AssemblyDelaware RegulationsMonthly Register of RegulationsJanuary 2019

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The Department proposed to establish a Source Category Permit under existing provisions of 7 DE Admin Code 1102, “Permits”. This action is the result of the Department’s proposal to revise 7 DE Admin Code 1102, Section 15.0 “Outdoor painting and sand blasting equipment” of Appendix A to qualify that removal of lead-containing coatings from water tanks by dry abrasive blasting is no longer exempt from obtaining a permit.
7 Del.C. Ch. 60 Environmental Control
[DRAFT 5/11/2018] [1/11/2019]
1.0 General Provisions
1.3 The owner or operator shall not install, construct or alter any equipment or facility or air contaminant control device which will emit or prevent the emission of an air contaminant prior to submitting an application to the Department pursuant to 7 DE Admin. Code 1102, and, when applicable 7 DE Admin. Code 1125, and receiving approval of such application from the Department; except as exempted in 7 DE Admin. Code 1102 Section 2.2.
2.0 Emission Limitations
3.0 Operational Limitations
4.0 Site Emergency and Release Response Plan
5.0 Monitoring Requirements
5.2.1 Upon initiation of dry abrasive blasting, observe all areas of the containment system for visible fugitive emissions and emissions from the stack(s) of the exhaust air filtration system. The observation shall be conducted using a trained observer in EPA Method 22 (EPA 40 CFR 60, Appendix A) for a period of at least five minutes. If visible emissions are observed from any point, the dry abrasive blasting operation shall cease until the cause is determined and corrected. A list of trained observers shall be posted on site.
6.0 Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements
7.0 Public Notification and Reporting Requirements
7.1.7 [a statement identifying] the presence of lead in the coatings to be removed;
7.1.8 [a Division of Public Health approved lead fact sheet;]
7.1.[8] [9] steps taken to protect the public;
7.1.[9] [10] disposition of blasting waste generated;
7.1.[10] [11] the Department website address for dry abrasive blasting of water tanks; and,
7.1.[11] [12] the location of the water tank.
8.0 Administrative Conditions
9.0 Completion of Dry Abrasive Blasting
Last Updated: December 31 1969 19:00:00.
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