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1.0 Introduction


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA or the Agency) requested comment on May 06, 2009 (74 FR 21135), on a proposed amendments to the current National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) from the Portland Cement Manufacturing Industry. These proposed amendments would add or revise, as applicable, emission limits for mercury, total hydrocarbons (THC), and particulate matter (PM) from kilns and in-line kiln/raw mills located at a major or an area source, and hydrochloric acid (HCl) from kilns and in-line kiln/raw mills located at major sources. These proposed amendments also would remove the following four provisions in the current regulation: the operating limit for the average hourly recycle rate for cement kiln dust; the requirement that cement kilns only use certain type of utility boiler fly ash; the opacity limits for kilns and clinker coolers; and the 50 parts per million by volume dry (ppmvd) THC emission limit for new greenfield sources. EPA is also proposing standards which would apply during startup, shutdown, and operating modes for all of the current §112 standards applicable to cement kilns.

Finally, EPA is proposing performance specifications for use of mercury CEMS, which specifications would be generally applicable and so could apply to sources from categories other than, and in addition to, portland cement, and updating recordkeeping and testing requirements. A 60-day comment period (ending July 06, 2009) was initially provided for the public to submit comments to EPA regarding the proposed amendments. Following a request for an extension to the comment period, the comment period was extended to September 4, 2009.

A total of 16,055 sets of comments were received by EPA regarding the proposed information collection request. Some of the comment sets were signed or submitted on behalf of multiple commenters. Also, in some cases duplicate comment sets from the same commenter were submitted to EPA’s Air and Radiation Docket. Table 1-1 lists the names of the commenters, the commenters’ affiliations, and the Air and Radiation Docket entry number for each of the comment sets submitted to EPA. Some commenters also submitted supplemental information and data to support their comments.

This document presents EPA’s response to each substantive comment received by EPA on the proposed amendments. The comment summaries are grouped by topic in sections.


Table 1-1. List of Commenters on Proposed Amendments to the Current NESHAP from the Portland Cement Manufacturing Industry, Proposed May 06, 2009 (74 FR 21135)

Docket No. EPA-HQ-OAR-2002-0051

Date Received

Commenter Name and Affiliation

2137

May 20, 2009

EarthJustice Mass Mailing Campaign

2138

May 21, 2009

Craig S. Campbell
Vice President, Environment and Government Affairs
Larfarge North America – Cement Division

2142

June 09, 2009

Nancy Wittenberg
Assistant Commissioner
State of New Jersey Dept of Environmental Protection

2144

June 16, 2009

A.A. Linero, Program Administrator
Special Projects Section
Florida Dept of Environmental Protection

2145

June 18, 2009

George Morris
Organizer, North Texas Environmental Meetup

2146

June 19, 2009

J. Manion, Private Citizen

2147

June 19, 2009

Multiple Comment Letters to EPA – Submission of 19 citizen letters

2148

June 23, 2009

E. Eggleston, Private Citizen

2149

June 26, 2009

Anonymous public comment

2150

June 26 2009

K. D. Haglund, Private Citizen

2151

June 30, 2009

Anonymous public comment

2152

June 30, 2009

Anonymous public comment

2153

June 30, 2009

Anonymous public comment

2154

June 30, 2009

Anonymous public comment

2155

June 30, 2009

Karen Nicholson, President
League of Women Voters of Texas

2156

July 09, 2009

M. Wassenich

2157

July 09, 2009

Fort Worth Mayor, Mike Moncrief

2158

July 21, 2009

Ed & Carol Soph, Private Citizens

2159

July 21, 2009

Joan Eddy, Private Citizen

2160

July 22, 2009

Ellis Gilleland, Private Citizen

2161

July 22, 2009

Liz Walley, Private Citizen

2162

July 22, 2009

Fran Gloor, Private Citizen

2163

July 22, 2009

Mary Faler, Private Citizen

2164

July 22, 2009

Anne Randolph, Private Citizen

2165

July 22, 2009

Sr. Elizabeth Riebschlaeger, Private Citizen

2166

July 22, 2009

Emily Willoughby, Private Citizen

2167

July 22, 2009

Edward and Elisabeth Bala, Private Citizens

2168

July 23, 2009

Tara West, Private Citizen

2169

July 27, 2009

Emily Bergeron, Private Citizen

2170

July 27, 2009

Christopher Ebey, Private Citizen

2171

July 27, 2009

Evelyn Shepard, Private Citizen
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