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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Wood -- United States -- Preservation -- Waste disposal

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Edition Notes

StatementBruce DaRos ... [et al.]
ContributionsDaRos, Bruce, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14893405M

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Introduction to Wood Products Industry: Chemical Wood Pulping: Final Section - September (PDF K). Plywood Manufacturing: Final Section - Update , January (PDF 83K); Background Document - July (PDF K); Related Information - The data that supports the emissions factors are presented in summary in the section tables and are reported more. process emission points are the work tank vent and the vacuum system. Figures and identify which process steps are associated with emissions from these two process emission points. Table presents emission factors for organic pollutant emissions from creosote wood preserving. Table File Size: 88KB.   Most wood products manufacturing firms work under the “make-to-stock” (MTS) 1 strategy, because demand spurts and supply bottlenecks make “just-in-time” production unfeasible. Stocking excessive amounts of finished wood products such as lumber, plywood, veneer, OSB, MDF, I-joists, or furniture reduces profit because storage costs for these inventory goods are significantly . both as a reference book on good emission estimation. annual and covers multimedia releases (air, water, land) The emission inventory is needed as an input for modelling the atmospheric.

• Wood-preserving standards-writing organizations Many standards and specifi cations exist to control the quality of treated wood and protect the purchaser. Federal and state specifi cations, requirements of the American Wood Preservers Association, and building codes are the most relevant regulations. F ederal and state regulations establish. Market Size & Industry Statistics. The total U.S. industry market size for Wood Preservation: Industry statistics cover all companies in the United States, both public and private, ranging in size from small businesses to market addition to revenue, the industry market analysis shows information on employees, companies, and average firm size. Wood treating facilities do not monitor these emissions on a regular basis but rather rely almost entirely on calculating emissions using AP The implications from this are that both workers and communities within close proximity to plants are being exposed to higher levels of PAHs and VOCs than are reported under the Toxic Release Inventory.   Industry Practices and Environmental Aspects. Air emissions from animal waste management systems include methane (CH 4), carbon dioxide (CO 2), and nitrous oxide (N 2 O). Solid wastes include animal feces. which include organic matter, some metals, and chemical constituents from pesticides and various agricultural chemicals, as well as.

carbon emissions saved per unit of wood product used are based on the following: (1) gross carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions from wood product production, (2) CO 2 from biofuels combusted and used for energy during manufacturing, (3) carbon stored in the final product, and (4) fossil CO 2 emissions from the production of nonwood alternatives. Wood Preserving Industry May Helping Wood Preserving Facilities Meet Environmental Regulations Major Environmental Regulations for Wood Preserving. hydrocarbon compounds (PAHs). Residential wood combustion was the greatest contributor to 16 PAH emissions. The NATA used emission estimates from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) for the residential wood combustion. In preparing the data, MPCA staff followed EPA's guidance in compiling the emissions inventory for this. WOOD PRESERVING INDUSTRY Summary of Regulations Controlling Air Emissions for the What Is The Compliance Date? Existing Sources: J New Sources: Upon initial startup. What Are The Permitting Requirements? This area source category is exempt from Title V. What Are The Impacts?