1.5 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Combustion - US EPA1.5-4 EMISSION FACTORS 07/08 References For Section 1.5 1. Written Communication from W. Butterbaugh of the National Propane Gas Association, Lisle, Illinois, to J. McSorley of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC, August 19, 1992. 2. Emission Factor Documentation for AP-42 Section 1.5. Liquefied Petroleum Gas EMISSION FACTOR DOCUMENTATION FOR AP42 SECTION 1.5 The EPA routinely updates AP-42 in order to respond to new emission needs of State and local air pollution control programs, industry, as well as the Agency itself. Section 1.5 in AP-42, the subject of this Emission Factor Documentation (EFD) report, pertains to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) combustion. Section 1.5, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Emission Factor Documentation for AP-42 Section 1.5 - EPAEMISSION FACTOR DOCUMENTATION FOR AP-42 SECTION 1.5 LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS COMBUSTION By: Acurex Environmental Corporation Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 Edward Aul & Associates, Inc. Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514 E. H. Pechan and Associates, Inc. Rancho Cordova, California 95742 Contract No. 68-DO-00120 Work Assignment No. II-68 EPA Project Officer: Alice C. Gagnon Office

WebFire Search | US EPASection 1.5, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Combustion. In: Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors, Volume 1: Stationary Point and Area Sources, Fifth Edition, AP-42, Supplement E. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. AP 42 Section: Chapter 1 Section 1.5 FormulaAP-42: Compilation of Air Emissions Factors | US EPAAP-42, Compilation of Air Pollutant Emissions Factors, has been published since 1972 as the primary compilation of EPA&39;s emissions factor information. It contains emissions factors and process information for more than 200 air pollution source categories.

United States Environmental Protection Agency General Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) combustion boilers use processes similar to those of natural gas combustion. Liquid petroleum gas consists of propane, propylene, butane, and butylenes.4 The three grades of LPG used as heating fuels are commercial-grade propane, engine fuel-grade propane (also known as HD-5 propane), and commercial-grade butane.Emission Calculation SpreadsheetsFuel Oil Combustion: Rev 07/2017: Dual Fuel and Large Diesel Engines. Instruction Document (NEW!) Rev 02/2016: Gasoline and Small Diesel Engines: Rev 02/2016: Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Combustion: Rev 03/2017: Medical Waste Incineration: Rev 05/2010: Natural Gas Combustion: Rev 03/2017: Stone/Rock/Slag Quarry Operations: Rev 05/2011: Wood BACKGROUND DOCUMENT PROPOSED REVISION TO AP-42 EMISSION For gas-fired units all particulate emissions are believed to be less than 2.5 micron (all PM 2.5). The AP-42 sections addressing gas-fired combustion units are: 1.4 Natural Gas Combustion, 1.5 Liquified Petroleum Gas Combustion, 3.1 Stationary Gas Turbines, 3.2 Natural Gas-fired Reciprocating Engines, and 5.1 Petroleum Refining.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas - Mecklenburg County Governmentliquefied petroleum gas (lpg) combustion emissions calculator - revision f 01/05/2017 - revision screen Emission factors are from AP-42 Section 1.5 revised 7/2008 and the EPA 2014 National Emissions Inventory