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PEG Basis of Design Report 08-31-2011

PEG Basis of Design Report 08-31-2011

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Cleveland Waste-to-Energy Project
BASIS of Design
Report Date: 08-31-2011
By Princeton Environmental Group, Inc.
Cleveland Waste-to-Energy Project
BASIS of Design
Report Date: 08-31-2011
By Princeton Environmental Group, Inc.

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Cleveland WTE ProjectBASIS of Design
Report Date: 08-31-2011
Princeton Environmental Group, Inc.1120 Chester Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114Tel: 718-767-7271 Fax: 718-767-7187Web: www.princetonenvironmental.com
Mid 2007, Princeton Environmental Group was given the opportunity to its proprietarywaste to energy process engineering including the patented gasification technology toDepartment of Public Power & Utility of City of Cleveland. After 2 years of investigation, City of Cleveland awarded Princeton with this MSWE Conceptual DesignContract to convert the City owned Ridge Road Transfer Station to a comprehensivewaste to energy plant.The Basis of Design of this Municipal Solid Waste to Energy (MSWE)
Projectsummarizes the criteria that the design work is based upon. This Basis of Design is adynamic document that will continue to be updated as the design progresses andchanges. The Basis of Design was prepared in conjunction with the scope of work defined in the MSWE Scope of Work dated March 30
, 2010.This document is divided into 2 Tasks, Permitting and Basis of Design and each islisted in accordance to the Scope of Work Time Line as shown below:
Section 1: Detailed Permit Analysis and Air Permit Application
(A)Permit AnalysisThe most important consideration in the facility design is the environmental impact thisfacility may impose onto its immediate and surrounding communities and these impactsare also directly related to the ability of the facility permitting.The most critical environmental permitting is the stack emission permit, in fact, the entirefacility design from material management to power generation is based on the ability toreceive air emission permit which has to be applied under the regulation and ruling of Ohio State and US Federal EPA.This proposed facility is to designed not just for City of Cleveland but also an operatingmodel to be installed nationwide. Therefore, the air borne impurities control process wasdesigned not just for permit application but with the best possible status can be achievedby selected technologies.The following are the facility and equipment design summaries of air permit applicationsubmitted to Ohio EPA on March 19
, 2011 which shall provide the facility layout,gasification system design and air emission level in comparison with existing N.E. Ohiolevel,
Cleveland Public Power Ridge Road MSW Gasification HRSG ProjectOverview of Air Permit Application and Basis for ApprovalSteering Committee Meeting – Tuesday, March 8, 2011Criteria for Approval of the Air Permit Application:
(1)The proposed project must be equipped with the Best Available Technology (BAT)for air pollutant emissions control; and(2) The emissions from the project must result in acceptable air quality impact.
General Project Description:

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