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Criteria Air Pollutant Emissions Report: CARGILL CORNSTARCH
 
 
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    CARGILL CORNSTARCH, , TN
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  • 1999 Emissions Rankings for this Facility
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  • 1999 Emissions Summary
  • (Expressed in tons of pollutant emitted)
    Facility Source Classification Carbon
    monoxide
    Nitrogen
    oxides
    PM-2.5 PM-10 Sulfur
    dioxide
    Volatile
    organic
    compounds
    External Combustion Boilers, Industrial 242.99 1,507 0 0 0 6.95
    Industrial Processes, Food and Agriculture 0 0 0 0 0 308
    Waste Disposal, Solid Waste Disposal - Industrial 6.76 2.03 0 0 0 2.03
    All sources 249.75 1,509 0 0 0 316.98
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  • Facility Information
  • NET96 Facility Name: CARGILL CORNSTARCH
    Address: Unknown
    State: TN
    Zip: 00000
    Applicable Regulations:
    Prevention of Significant Deterioration
    State Implementation Plan
    SIC Code/Description:
    2046/Wet corn milling
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