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Air Toxics Program Overview Jacksonville, Florida for 2007 Southeastern Permitting Workshop Richard L. Robinson, P.E. City of Jacksonville, Florida Environmental.

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1 Air Toxics Program Overview Jacksonville, Florida for 2007 Southeastern Permitting Workshop Richard L. Robinson, P.E. City of Jacksonville, Florida Environmental Resource Management Department Environmental Quality Division May 9, 2007

2 Jacksonville's Air Toxics Program Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Risk Assessments Air Pollution Dispersion Modeling Air Toxics Monitoring HAP Emission Inventories Special Studies

3 Air Toxics Monitoring Mobile Lab (1997) Two Stationary Sites (1999) Three Stationary Sites (2002) EPA Method TO-15 Monitor 51 Organic Pollutants Monitor 35 HAPs

4 Stationary Air Toxics Monitoring Sites

5 Mobile Laboratory Air Toxics Monitoring Sites

6 Rosselle & Copeland Stationary Air Toxics Monitoring Site

7 Mayo Clinic Stationary Air Toxics Monitoring Site

8 Air Toxics Canister Sampling System at Sheffield Stationary Air Toxics Monitoring Site

9 Air Toxics Mobile Monitoring Laboratory

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11 Most Commonly Found Monitored Pollutants Trichlorofluoromethane (F11) Dichlorodifluoromethane (F12) Benzene Carbon Tetrachloride Toluene 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene Xylene Ethyl Benzene Styrene Chloromethane

12 Special Studies Ten Pollutant Study using 2000 HAP Inventory Data Benzene Study 2003 – 2007 HAP Inventories – 1997, 2000, 2002, 2005 Sonoma Technology Inc – Southeastern Air Toxics Data Analysis

13 Ten Pollutant Study

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15 Benzene Study: Air Toxic Monitoring Sites with Concentrations above Health Benchmarks Merrill Rd Mobile Lab Site (2003) Eastport Rd Mobile Lab Site (2003) JEA Lift Station #39 Mobile Lab Site (2004) Kooker Park Stationary Site (2004) JEA Lift Station #39 Mobile Lab Site (2006)

16 Jacksonville HAP Inventory 1997, 2000, 2002

17 Jacksonville Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Total Air Emissions

18 Future Study Continue air toxics monitoring Continue to study air toxic pollutant trends Evaluate air toxics monitoring data using the HAP Inventory & Health Benchmarks Possibly add Acrolein monitoring Annual Air Toxics Report

19 Questions??? For More Information Contact: Lori Tilley


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