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Select the option you deem closest to the Nature of Ownership of your firm.

Select “Electric Furnaces and Ovens”

A: Based on EMB MC 2007-003 or Policy on Compliance and Permitting for Industrial Facilities Relating to Air Quality,

Large Source is defined as:

  • A boiler rated at 251 HP or greater;
  • A diesel generator rated at 1,250 kW or greater (regardless of its frequency of operation);
  • Any other source that has the potential to emit 100 tonnes or more per year of an air pollutant regulated under the Clean Air Act.

Medium Source:

  • A boiler rated at 100 to 250 HP;
  • A diesel generator rated at 600 to 1,249 kW (regardless of its frequency of operation);
  • Any other source that has the potential to emit at least 30 tonnes, but less than 100 tonnes per year, of an air pollutant regulated under the Clean Air Act.

Small Source:

  • A boiler rated at 99 HP;
  • A diesel generator rated at 599 kW or less (regardless of its frequency of operation);
  • Any other source that has the potential to emit at least 10 tonnes, but less than 30 tonnes per year, of an air pollutant regulated under the Clean Air Act.

Exempted from Source Emission Testing:

  • Boilers rated at less than 50 HP;
  • Diesel generators rated at less than 300 kW; and
  • Other sources that have the potential to emit less that 10 tonnes per year of an air pollutant regulated under the Clean Air Act.