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  • Paved Road Area Source Category Calculation . - MARAMA

    Paved Road Area Source Category Calculation . - MARAMA

    New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, PM2.5 Area Source Category Calculation Methodology Sheet, Agriculture –Paved Roads, October 2002. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards. Procedures Document for National Emission Inventory, Criteria Air Pollutants, 1985-1999. EPA-454/R-01-006.

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  • Basin Bulletin, March 2019.

    Basin Bulletin, March 2019.

    EPA, alongside the other recreation site team members, which include . Panhandle Health, IDEQ, the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, and the CDA Work Trust, completed the following 2018 sampling and cleanup work in the Basin: Burke Road AVISTA substation parking area, Ninemile Fishing Pond, Cataldo Boat Launch, and three CDA River pull-outs.

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  • Background Material: 1997 Section 7.9 Entrained Paved Road .

    Background Material: 1997 Section 7.9 Entrained Paved Road .

    There were substantial changes in the paved road dust emission estimates for this update. These include: • Incorporation of the new EPA paved road emission factor from the Fifth Edition of EPA's AP-42 document (January 1995, Section 13.2.1). • Update of the Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) data to 1993 levels based on ARB and Air

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  • 40 CFR § 52.128 - Rule for unpaved parking lots, unpaved .

    40 CFR § 52.128 - Rule for unpaved parking lots, unpaved .

    § 52.128 Rule for unpaved parking lots, unpaved roads and vacant lots. (a . EPA - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region IX, 75 Hawthorne . Unpaved road - Any road, equipment path or driveway used by motor vehicles or off-road motor vehicles that is not paved which is open to public access and owned/operated by any .

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  • Pe 8/7/2009 - Ohio EPA Home

    Pe 8/7/2009 - Ohio EPA Home

    for unpaved roads and divide by 2000 lbs/ton to get particulate emissions in tons/year. The above emissions are added to obtain the total yearly emissions from paved and unpaved roadways. A maximum VMT of 15,625 miles for paved roads and 10,000 miles per year for unpaved roads was used to

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  • Project-Level Air Quality Analysis | Caltrans

    Project-Level Air Quality Analysis | Caltrans

    AERMOD is codified in 40 CFR Part 51 Appendix W as the EPA's preferred/recommended model to conduct project-level PM hot-spot analysis. Paved Road Dust AP-42, Chapter 13: EPA's guidance and methodology to analyze paved road dust. ARB Paved Road Dust: ARB's statewide method to analyze pave road dust. EM4AQ

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  • | RBLC Basic Search | RACT/BACT/LAER . - U.S EPA Web Server

    | RBLC Basic Search | RACT/BACT/LAER . - U.S EPA Web Server

    RBLC Basic Search Choose the country/countries you wish to Search. USA MEXICO CANADA. Choose criteria from one or more of the groups listed below. You don't need to fill in all spaces. Default values are indicated. Show All Show 150 records per page : Other Search Options: Permit Data Base: Find Lowest Emission Rate .

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  • EPA Seeks to Control Asbestos Dust Used on Unpaved Roads .

    EPA Seeks to Control Asbestos Dust Used on Unpaved Roads .

    EPA officials said they will probably launch a wider investigation of sites in Calaveras and neighboring counties where asbestos-bearing rock has been used on roads that remain unpaved.

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  • Appendix F: Paved and Unpaved Road Dust

    Appendix F: Paved and Unpaved Road Dust

    In brief, paved road dust emissions were estimated using the standard EPA approach, while unpaved road dust emissions were estimated using revised silt contents, revised activity data, and transport fractions. Paved and unpaved road dust PM10 and PM2.5 emissions by state for 1996 and 2018 are provided in Tables 45 and 46.

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  • A critique of empirical emission factor models: a case .

    A critique of empirical emission factor models: a case .

    The paved road emissions model in AP-42 is based on the intuitively appealing idea that PM 10 emissions from paved roads are primarily caused by resuspension of material deposited on the road. Then, a motor vehicle is likely to resuspend more PM from a dusty road than a clean road.

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  • FUGITIVE EMISSIONS DATA AND INFORMATION

    FUGITIVE EMISSIONS DATA AND INFORMATION

    • road dust emissions (paved roads, unpaved roads, and lots) • storage pile emissions (wind erosion, vehicle dump and load) • loading/unloading operation emission • emissions from material being transported in a vehicle • emissions occurring from the unloading and transporting of materials collected by pollution control eq uipment

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  • Databases and Tools| Waste and Cleanup Risk . - US EPA

    Databases and Tools| Waste and Cleanup Risk . - US EPA

    The EPA has updated the emission factor equations for paved roads found in AP-42. The documentation of changes is presented in Emission Factor Documentation for AP-42, Section 13.2.1 Paved Roads. The changes are centered around the denominator in the SDCC PEF equations involving the functions of silt loading and vehicle weight.

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  • Pe 8/7/2009 - Ohio EPA Home

    Pe 8/7/2009 - Ohio EPA Home

    for unpaved roads and divide by 2000 lbs/ton to get particulate emissions in tons/year. The above emissions are added to obtain the total yearly emissions from paved and unpaved roadways. A maximum VMT of 15,625 miles for paved roads and 10,000 miles per year for unpaved roads was used to

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  • Federal Register :: Official Release of the MOBILE6.2 .

    Federal Register :: Official Release of the MOBILE6.2 .

    EPA has developed separate revised AP-42 methodologies for estimating re-entrained road dust from paved and unpaved roads. These new methods for estimating road dust emission factors for paved and unpaved roads are being incorporated in EPA's document AP-42.

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  • 5 Legal Context for Planning and Policy | Assessing and .

    5 Legal Context for Planning and Policy | Assessing and .

    Suggested Citation:"5 Legal Context for Planning and Policy."Transportation Research Board and National Research Council. 2005. Assessing and Managing the Ecological Impacts of Paved Roads.

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  • RULE 403. FUGITIVE DUST

    RULE 403. FUGITIVE DUST

    2004 or hereafter approved by the Executive Officer and the U.S. EPA. (28) SERVICE ROADS are paved or unpaved roads that are used by one or more public agencies for inspection or maintenance of infrastructure and which are not typically used for construction-related activity.

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  • Paved Road Area Source Category Calculation . - MARAMA

    Paved Road Area Source Category Calculation . - MARAMA

    New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, PM2.5 Area Source Category Calculation Methodology Sheet, Agriculture –Paved Roads, October 2002. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards. Procedures Document for National Emission Inventory, Criteria Air Pollutants, 1985-1999. EPA-454/R-01-006.

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  • Fugitive Emissions regulations & environmental compliance .

    Fugitive Emissions regulations & environmental compliance .

    For a Limited Time receive a FREE EHS Report "Recordkeeping for EHS Managers." This special report contains a recordkeeping checklist to help you keep track of your records for major environmental laws and OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard. Download Now EPA defines fugitive emissions as .

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  • EMISSIONS ACTIVITY CATEGORY FORM - Ohio EPA

    EMISSIONS ACTIVITY CATEGORY FORM - Ohio EPA

    Use the Road Segment or Parking Area ID from the table above to identify the permittee(s roadway and parking lots that are involved. Describe how any foreign materials deposited on public paved .

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  • CAPITALIZATION AND DEPRECIATION OF .

    CAPITALIZATION AND DEPRECIATION OF .

    Capitalization and Depreciation of Infrastructure . Paved State Aid Roads, Unpaved State Aid Roads, Paved Non-State Aid Roads and Unpaved Non-State Aid Roads. Bridges are classified as Concrete State Aid, Concrete Non- State Aid and Timber. The information included in .

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  • The Effect of Asphalt Pavement on Stormwater .

    The Effect of Asphalt Pavement on Stormwater .

    in society, the amount of asphalt pavement increased exponentially. Today 95% of the paved roads in America are paved with hot mix asphalt, covering more than 4 million kilometers of roadway. There has been a great deal of scientific attention given to pollutant deposition on roadways from automobiles.

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  • Fugitive Dust Emissions from Paved Road Travel in the .

    Fugitive Dust Emissions from Paved Road Travel in the .

    Fugitive Dust Emissions from Paved Road Travel in the Lake Tahoe Basin . The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) emission factor compilation database, AP-42, summarizes paved road dust emission . paved roads the value of b is approximately equal to 3,

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  • 1/11 Miscellaneous Sources 13.2.1-1 - US EPA

    1/11 Miscellaneous Sources 13.2.1-1 - US EPA

    13.2.1 Paved Roads 13.2.1.1 General Particulate emissions occur whenever vehicles travel over a paved surface such as a road or parking lot. Particulate emissions from paved roads are due to direct emissions from vehicles in the form of exhaust, brake wear and tire wear emissions and resuspension of loose material on the road surface.

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  • RECYCLED ASPHALT PAVEMENT AND ASPHALT MILLINGS .

    RECYCLED ASPHALT PAVEMENT AND ASPHALT MILLINGS .

    directly beneath, and fully contained by a paved road surface of either hot mix asphalt or Portland cement concrete. c. RAP may be used to construct or repave roadway or vehicle use areas, such as parking lots and pot-hole filling, if such application is performed when the

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  • Paved Road Area Source Category Calculation Methodology .

    Paved Road Area Source Category Calculation Methodology .

    Emissions from Reentrained Road Dust from Paved Roads of EPA's Procedures Document for National Emission Inventory, Criteria Air Pollutant (1985-1999) 1 (i.e., the Trends Document) and two release versions of AP42 section 13.2.1 on Paved Roads

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  • Dust Control on Unpaved Roads - University of Wisconsin .

    Dust Control on Unpaved Roads - University of Wisconsin .

    Dust Control on Unpaved Roads Gravel and other unpaved surfaces can provide good, economical roads for low traffic volumes. The dust they produce, however, causes air pollution, slows plant growth, and damages the road surface. Although paving is the only permanent solution to dust problems, using effective controls can significantly reduce dust

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  • Road surface marking - Wikipedia

    Road surface marking - Wikipedia

    Road surface marking is any kind of device or material that is used on a road surface in order to convey official information; they are commonly placed with road marking machines (or road marking equipment, pavement marking equipment).They can also be applied in other facilities used by vehicles to mark parking spaces or designate areas for other uses.

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  • References - The National Academies Press

    References - The National Academies Press

    Suggested Citation:"References."Transportation Research Board and National Research Council. 2005. Assessing and Managing the Ecological Impacts of Paved Roads.

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  • Development of enhanced emission factor equations for .

    Development of enhanced emission factor equations for .

    The Z-score of the EPA RMSE value for the paved roads is 4.93, which implies that the ANN model provides almost reliable PM 10 estimates compared to the EPA emission factor equation. On the other hand, the Z-score of the EPA RMSE value for the unpaved roads is 1.33 at .

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  • State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency 08/06/01 .

    State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency 08/06/01 .

    F004 (Paved/Unpaved Roads/Parking Areas ) F004 - Paved and Unpaved Roadways and Parking Areas Associated with Portable Plant P902 You will be contacted six months prior to the expiration date regarding the renewal of this permit. If you are not contacted, please contact the appropriate Ohio EPA District Office or local air agency identified below.

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  • Emission Factor Documentation for AP-42, Section 13.2.1 .

    Emission Factor Documentation for AP-42, Section 13.2.1 .

    Emission Factor Documentation for AP-42, Section 13.2.1 Paved Roads Measurement Policy Group Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards U.S. Environmental Protection Agency January 2011 ----- Emission Factor Documentation for AP-42, Section 13.2.1 Paved Roads Measurement Policy Group Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards U.S .

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  • FUGITIVE EMISSIONS DATA AND INFORMATION

    FUGITIVE EMISSIONS DATA AND INFORMATION

    • road dust emissions (paved roads, unpaved roads, and lots) • storage pile emissions (wind erosion, vehicle dump and load) • loading/unloading operation emission • emissions from material being transported in a vehicle • emissions occurring from the unloading and transporting of materials collected by pollution control eq uipment

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  • CHARACTERIZATION OF MUD/DIRT CARRYOUT ONTO PAVED ROADS .

    CHARACTERIZATION OF MUD/DIRT CARRYOUT ONTO PAVED ROADS .

    The report characterizes fugitive dust generated by vehicular traffic on paved streets and highways resulting from mud/dirt carryout from unpaved areas as a primary source of PM-10 (particles = or < 10 micrometers in aerodynamic diameter), and evaluates three technologies for effectiveness in controlling the carryout from an unpaved construction access area onto the adjacent paved road.

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  • Identifying Influencing Factors on Paved Roads Silt Loading

    Identifying Influencing Factors on Paved Roads Silt Loading

    Identifying Influencing Factors on Paved Roads Silt Loading Hualiang (Harry) Teng, Valerian Kwigizile, and David E. James Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Howard R. Hughes .

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  • Background Material: 1997 Section 7.9 Entrained Paved Road .

    Background Material: 1997 Section 7.9 Entrained Paved Road .

    There were substantial changes in the paved road dust emission estimates for this update. These include: • Incorporation of the new EPA paved road emission factor from the Fifth Edition of EPA's AP-42 document (January 1995, Section 13.2.1). • Update of the Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) data to 1993 levels based on ARB and Air

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  • | RBLC Basic Search | RACT/BACT/LAER . - U.S EPA Web Server

    | RBLC Basic Search | RACT/BACT/LAER . - U.S EPA Web Server

    RBLC Basic Search Choose the country/countries you wish to Search. USA MEXICO CANADA. Choose criteria from one or more of the groups listed below. You don't need to fill in all spaces. Default values are indicated. Show All Show 150 records per page : Other Search Options: Permit Data Base: Find Lowest Emission Rate .

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  • Appendix F: Paved and Unpaved Road Dust

    Appendix F: Paved and Unpaved Road Dust

    In brief, paved road dust emissions were estimated using the standard EPA approach, while unpaved road dust emissions were estimated using revised silt contents, revised activity data, and transport fractions. Paved and unpaved road dust PM10 and PM2.5 emissions by state for 1996 and 2018 are provided in Tables 45 and 46.

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  • RULE 403. FUGITIVE DUST

    RULE 403. FUGITIVE DUST

    2004 or hereafter approved by the Executive Officer and the U.S. EPA. (28) SERVICE ROADS are paved or unpaved roads that are used by one or more public agencies for inspection or maintenance of infrastructure and which are not typically used for construction-related activity.

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  • CHARACTERIZATION OF MUD/DIRT CARRYOUT ONTO PAVED .

    CHARACTERIZATION OF MUD/DIRT CARRYOUT ONTO PAVED .

    The report characterizes fugitive dust generated by vehicular traffic on paved streets and highways resulting from mud/dirt carryout from unpaved areas as a primary source of PM-10 (particles = or < 10 micrometers in aerodynamic diameter), and evaluates three technologies for effectiveness in controlling the carryout from an unpaved construction access area onto the adjacent paved road.

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