From: Bob Salomon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 17 1999 - 20:51:25 CST
CIO Systems sells software to do VOC and other emission calculation. All
you have to do is weigh the ink as it goes to press and when it returns.
The program figures the ink use and prints the emissions report. It cost
only $195. Mention this forum and I will take off 5%.
Check out www.ciosys.com for more info
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, March 17, 1999 1:37 PM
Subject: Re: MACT for Flexographic Printing
>Thanks for the reminder on the web width cutoff applicability criteria.
>respect to your question on recordkeeping, the type and amount of records
>be dictated by the compliance option that the printer will be using for
>compliance demonstration. Many of the specific records are identified in
>rule, but there are two other issues that you should know. First, it
>that EPA is going to propose several rule modifications that will change
>of the definitions and clarify other provisions. I suggest you contact Dave
>Salman at 919/541-0859 for more information. Dave is the EPA project
>who is responsible for the Printing and Publishing MACT rule. Also, the
>printing industry is working with EPA on a project entitled Pollution
>Prevention Through Permitting (P4) and part of the project is designed to
>develop model permits for representative printing operations. A portion of
>project will involve the development of terms and conditions addressing
>compliance issues involved with the Printing and Publishing NESHAP. Once
>project is completed, then more specific permit language applicable to many
>printing operations subject to MACT will be averrable.
>If you have more specific questions, you can always call me at
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