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How can I calculate emissions based on an inventory of stationary fuel burning equipment on my campus? - (1) Total actual emissions authorized under permit by rule from the facility shall not exceed 250 tons per year (tpy) of carbon monoxide (CO) or nitrogen oxides (NOx ); or 25 tpy of volatile organic compounds (VOC) or sulfur dioxide (SO2 ) or inhalable particulate matter (PM10 ); or 25 tpy of any other air contaminant except carbon dioxide, water, nitrogen, methane, ethane, hydrogen, and oxygen.

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