Grain Elevators - Subpart DD
|Applicability:||This subpart applies to:
Modifications (by themselves) do not include:
|Known Sources in NDEQ Jurisdiction:|
|Date of Original Final Rule:||08/03/1978|
|Amendments Dates:||10/17/2000 (65 FR 61759) |
02/14/1989 (54 FR 6674)
11/05/1987 (52 FR 42434)
|State Regulations:||Title 129, Chapter 18, Section 001.19|
|Federal Regulations:||40 CFR 60.300|
NESHAP - 40 CFR Part 63Subpart CCCC - Nutritional Yeast Manufacturing
Subpart GGGG - Solvent Extraction for Vegetable Oil Production
Subpart DDDDDDD - Prepared Feeds Manufacturing
|Regulations and Federal Registers:||eCFR Subpart DD [ecfr.gov]|
|FAQs, Fact Sheets, and Rule Summaries:||Rule Flowchart - Texas CEQ [tceq.state.tx.us]|
EPA determination related to permanent grain storage.
EPA determinations related to expansions and capacity.
|Other Information & Resources:||Ethanol (fuel) plants typically have grain terminal elevators, because the operations are dry mills (not for human consumption). Ethanol plants that produce other products besides fuel/industrial grade ethanol (such as sucrose, fructose, glucose, starch) typically have grain storage elevators, because they have wet corn mills or dry corn mills (for human consumption). |
Grain is corn, wheat, sorghum, rice, rye, oats, barley. This subpart applies to the whole grain, not the milled grain. Mills may have similar controls (baghouses on process and handling equipment) to prevent grain dust explosions and to retain product (grain dust collected in baghouse may be added back to process line).
|Page Last Updated:||04/21/2014|