From: Ben Borsch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 31 1999 - 08:10:16 CST
You don't say what state your question comes from. Generally
speaking, opacity monitoring is done as a visual test, not "stack
monitoring" as we think of intrusive or capture testing.
Depending on the state, opacity monitoring may cover major sources,
or all sources subject to permitting. Furthermore, in some places,
complaints that a facility is violating opacity standards may cause a
facility to be required to get a permit for that reason alone.
Your questioner needs to look at specific state and local rules.
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