North Carolina Criteria and Toxic Air Pollutant Point Source Emissions Report

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Duke University
501 Douglas Street
DFC/OHS Room 151
Durham, NC 27705
Durham County



PollutantCAS CodeEmission Reported
Criteria PollutantsTons
COCO47.5
NOxNOx59.4
PM(TSP)TSP4.7
PM10PM104.6
PM2.5PM2.54.6
SO2SO20.7
VOCVOC3.7
Hazardous/Toxic PollutantsPounds
Acetaldehyde75-07-01.9
Acrolein107-02-80.7
Arsenic & Compounds (total mass of elemental AS, arsine and all inorganic compounds)ASC (7778394)0.027
Arsenic Unlisted Compounds - Specify Compound (Component of ASC)ASC-Other0.027
Benzene71-43-212.8
Benzo(a)pyrene (Component of 83329/POMTV & 56553/7PAH)50-32-80
Beryllium & compounds (Total mass)BEC0
Beryllium Metal (unreacted) (Component of BEC)7440-41-70
Butadiene, 1,3-106-99-00.1
Cadmium & compounds (total mass includes elemental metal)CDC0.03
Cadmium Metal, elemental, unreacted (Component of CDC)7440-43-90.03
Carbon tetrachloride56-23-50
Chlorobenzene108-90-70
Chloroform67-66-30
Chromic acid (VI) (Component of SolCR6 & CRC)7738-94-50.016
Chromium (VI) Soluble Chromate Compounds (Component of CRC)SolCR60.016
Chromium - All/Total (includes Chromium (VI) categories, metal and others)CRC0.02
Cobalt & compoundsCOC0.1
Cobalt Unlisted Compounds - Specify Compound (Component of COC)COC-Other0.1
Ethyl benzene100-41-41
Ethylene dibromide (dibromoethane)106-93-40
Ethylene glycol107-21-14
Ethylene oxide75-21-80.6
Fluorides (sum of all fluoride compounds as mass of F ion)16984-48-82.2
Formaldehyde50-00-085.2
Glycol Ethers, Unlisted - Specify Compound (component of GLYET)GLYET-Other4.1
Glycol ethers (total all individual glycol ethers)GLYET4.1
Hexane, n-110-54-31,800.6
Lead & compoundsPBC0.1
Lead Unlisted Compounds - Specify Compound (Component of PBC)PBC-Other0.1
MEK (methyl ethyl ketone, 2-butanone)78-93-33.3
Manganese & compoundsMNC0.1
Manganese Unlisted Compounds - Specify Compound (Component of MNC)MNC-Other0.1
Mercury & Compounds - all total mass includes Hg VaporHGC0.027
Mercury, vapor (Component of HGC)7439-97-60.027
Methyl chloroform71-55-60
Naphthalene (Component of 83329/POMTV)91-20-32.3
Nickel & Compounds, sum total mass includes elementalNIC0
Nickel metal (Component of NIC)7440-02-00
Phenol108-95-20
Polycyclic Organic Matter (7 PAH Compounds for NIF)56553/7PAH0
Polycyclic Organic Matter (Inc PAH, dioxins, etc. NC & AP 42 historic)POM2.8
Polycyclic Organic Matter (Specific Compounds from OAQPS for TV)83329/POMTV2.3
Selenium CompoundsSEC0.2
Styrene100-42-50
Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2,2-79-34-50
Toluene108-88-340.2
Vinyl chloride75-01-40
Xylene (mixed isomers)1330-20-74.4
      
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