Stationary Toxic Air Contaminants Test Methods

This page last reviewed January 3, 2008


Stationary Source Test Methods, Volume 3, Methods for Determining Emissions of Toxic Air Contaminants from Stationary Sources can be downloaded in WordPerfect, Word or PDF formats. For questions or comments related to these documents, or to request a bound hard copy volume, please contact the Engineering and Certification Branch at (916) 327-0900 or Angus MacPherson.  The links below provide access to individual methods in Volume 3 in uncompressed Word (.doc) or WordPerfect (.wpd) or .pdf format. 



Test
Method
Number

Test Method Title

Word

WordPerfect

PDF

Date of Adoption or Amendment

12

Determination of Inorganic Lead Emissions from Stationary Sources

729K

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73K

July 1, 1999

13A

Determination of Total Fluoride Emissions from Stationary Sources (SPADNS Zirconium Lake Method)

152K

--

94K

July 1, 1999

13B

Determination of Total Fluoride Emissions from Stationary Sources (Specific Ion Electrode Method)

42K

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19K

July 1, 1999

101

Determination of Particulate and Gaseous Mercury Emissions from Chlor-Alkali Plants - Air Streams

843K

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178K

March 28, 1986

101A

Determination of Particulate and Gaseous Mercury Emissions from Sewage Sludge Incinerators

50K

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23K

March 28, 1986

104

Determination of Beryllium Emissions from Stationary Sources

651K

--

267K

March 28, 1986

106

Determination of Vinyl Chloride Emissions from Stationary Sources

54K

--

28K

June 29, 1983

401

Determination of the Weight Percent of Volatile Organic Compounds in Waste Products (Gravimetric Purge and Trap)

252K

--

118K

March 28, 1986

410A

Determination of Benzene from Stationary Sources (Low Concentration Gas Chromatographic Technique)

80K

--

39K

March 28, 1986

410B

Determination of Benzene from Stationary Sources (High Concentration Gas Chromatographic Technique)

81K

--

37K

March 28, 1986

421

Determination of Gaseous Chloride and Fluoride in Emissions from Stationary Sources

127K

--

63K

December 13, 1991

422

Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Emissions from Stationary Sources

2,212K

--

1,154K

December 13, 1991

423

Determination of Particulate and Gaseous Inorganic Arsenic Emissions from Stationary Sources

195K

--

245

January 22, 1987

424

Determination of Inorganic Cadmium Emissions from Stationary Sources

182K

--

236K

January 22, 1987

425

Determination of Total Chromium and Hexavalent Chromium Emissions from Stationary Sources

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395K

127K

July 28, 1997

426

Determination of Cyanide Emissions from Stationary Sources

489K

--

164K

January 22, 1987

427

Asbestos Emissions

417K

--

314K

March 23, 1988

428

Determination of Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxin (PCDD), Polychlorinated Dibenzofuran (PCDF), and Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Emissions from Stationary Sources

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3,485K

1,069K

September 12, 1990

429

Determination of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) Emissions from Stationary Sources

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8,302K

1,011K

July 28, 1997

430

Determination of Formaldehyde and Acetaldehyde in Emissions from Stationary Sources

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1,721K

437K

December 13, 1991

431

Determination of Ethylene Oxide Emissions from Stationary Sources

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190K

124K

November 13, 1998

432

Determination of Dichloromethane and 1,1,1-Trichloroethane in Paints and Coatings

88K

--

26K

September 12, 1989

433

Determination of Total Nickel Emissions from Stationary Sources

1,121K

--

53K

September 12, 1989

434

Determination of Chlorine in Unheated Air

51K

--

20K

September 12, 1990

435

Determination of Asbestos Content of Serpentine Aggregate

--

--

145K

June 6, 1991

436

Determination of Multiple Metals Emissions from Stationary Sources

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7,064K

545K

July 28, 1997

 


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