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APPENDIX I

SUPPLEMENTAL AIR PERMIT INFORMATION
Supplemental Information Letter (Air Permitting)

NSPS Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report
Supplemental Information Letter (Air Permitting)
1200 Scottsville Road, Building C, Suite 320, Rochester, NY 14624
T 877.294.9070 | F 585.563.6582 | W www.cornerstoneeg.com

April 14, 2017

Mr. Angelo Marcuccio
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation - Region 4
Division of Environmental Permits
1130 North Westcott Road
Schenectady, NY 12306-2014

Re: Request for Supplemental Information, DEC ID 4012600033, Title V Permit No. 4-
0126-00033/0009
Town of Colonie Landfill

Dear Mr. Marcuccio:

In response to the April 11, 2017 request from New York State Department of
Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), Cornerstone Engineering and Land Surveying,
PLLC (Cornerstone) submits this Supplemental Information in support of the Minor
Modification Application on behalf of the Town of Colonie (landfill owner and permittee)
and Capital Region Landfills, Inc. (landfill operator). The Minor Modification of Title V
Permit No. 4-0126-00033/0009, previously submitted on February 17, 2015, is to increase
potential fugitive emissions due to the Proposed Area 7 Development (Development) of
the Town of Colonie Landfill (Landfill). Also, the February 2015 application proposed
that Emission Unit 1COMPO, with associated Emission Source GRIND and Process GRI,
be removed from the Title V Operating Permit. This Supplemental Information proposes
to add an Emission Unit 2-LCHST that consists of two (2) leachate storage tanks.

Separately, as we have discussed with Tom Chrisoffel, the Town is aware that upon
renewal in 2018 of the Landfill’s Title V permit, if permits are issued for the Area 7 landfill
modification, NYSDEC would remove the currently applicable MSW Landfills New
Source Performance Standard (NSPS) at 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart WWW, and would add
conditions for NSPS, 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart XXX – MSW Landfills.

While NSPS Subpart XXX does not currently apply, it would apply to the Landfill if and
when construction commences on the horizontal or vertical expansion. Assuming
permits are issued for the Area 7 Development, construction is expected to commence
between the Summer of 2017 and Spring of 2018, weather permitting. The Town is aware
that at that time it would be required to comply with all applicable requirements of
Subpart XXX, including all reporting and recordkeeping provisions.
Mr. Angelo Marcuccio
April 14, 2017
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The Landfill’s Title V Permit has an Expiration Date of October 23, 2018. A complete
Renewal Application is due no earlier than 18 months (April 23, 2017) and at least 180
days (April 26, 2018) before the Expiration Date. The Town plans to include NSPS
Subpart XXX as a federally enforceable applicable requirement in its Title V Renewal
Application.

Attached is a USEPA TANKS that calculates the emissions from the 2 leachate storage
tanks. The emissions from leachate tanks are normally not quantified because leachate is
primarily water. To be conservative, emissions were calculated based on an assumption
of 2% volatile organic compound (VOC) as toluene. This approach greatly over estimates
the amount of VOC in leachate, but, provides a conservative estimate of the potential to
emit VOC. The attached TANKS runs estimate 117.15 pounds of VOC per tank or 234.30
pounds year (0.12 tons/year) of VOC for both leachate tanks.

As requested in NYSDEC’s April 11, 2017 letter, the following is a review of VOC
emissions and the potential applicability of 6 NYCRR Subpart 231-5, New Major Facilities
and Modifications to Existing Non-Major Facilities in Nonattainment Areas, and
Attainment Areas of the State Within the Ozone Transport Region (Subpart 231-5). The
project emission potential (PEP) stated above for VOCs (0.12 ton/yr) does not equal or
exceed the applicable major facility threshold in tables 1 or 2 of Subpart 231-13 (i.e. 50
tons/year) (see Subpart 231-5(b)), and this PEP does not result in the facility becoming a
major facility (i.e. 50 tons/year) for VOCs. Therefore, Subpart 231-5 does not apply to the
facility.

Please call me at (845) 695-0221 with any questions or comments.

Sincerely,

Cornerstone Engineering and Land Surveying, PLLC

Edwin P. Valis, Jr.
Senior Project Manager

Attachment: USEPA TANKS Model Run Output

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cc: John H. Cunningham, Commissioner, Dept. of Public Works, Town of Colonie
Matthew McGarry, Public Works Engineer, Town of Colonie
Robert A. Holmes, P.E., Cornerstone Engineering
Curt Taylor, Capital Region Landfills, Inc.
William Clarke, Regional Permit Administrator, NYSDEC
Richard Ostrov, Regional Attorney, Region 4
Ricky Leone, Regional Engineer, NYSDEC
Victoria Schmitt, Div. of Materials Management, NYSDEC
Thomas Christoffel, Regional Air Engineer

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USEPA TANKS Model Run Output

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TANKS 4.0.9d
Emissions Report - Summary Format
Tank Indentification and Physical Characteristics

Identification
User Identification: Colonie - Leachate Tank 1
City: Colonie
State: New York
Company: Town of Colonie
Type of Tank: Vertical Fixed Roof Tank
Description: Colonie Landfill - Leachate Tank No. 1

Tank Dimensions
Shell Height (ft): 30.43
Diameter (ft): 55.95
Liquid Height (ft) : 28.43
Avg. Liquid Height (ft): 28.43
Volume (gallons): 522,877.70
Turnovers: 16.21
Net Throughput(gal/yr): 8,475,847.50
Is Tank Heated (y/n): N

Paint Characteristics
Shell Color/Shade: Gray/Medium
Shell Condition Good
Roof Color/Shade: Aluminum/Specular
Roof Condition: Good

Roof Characteristics
Type: Dome
Height (ft) 2.00
Radius (ft) (Dome Roof) 55.95

Breather Vent Settings
Vacuum Settings (psig): -0.03
Pressure Settings (psig) 0.03

Meterological Data used in Emissions Calculations: Albany, New York (Avg Atmospheric Pressure = 14.59 psia)

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TANKS 4.0.9d
Emissions Report - Summary Format
Liquid Contents of Storage Tank

Colonie - Leachate Tank 1 - Vertical Fixed Roof Tank
Colonie, New York

Liquid
Daily Liquid Surf. Bulk Vapor Liquid Vapor
Temperature (deg F) Temp Vapor Pressure (psia) Mol. Mass Mass Mol. Basis for Vapor Pressure
Mixture/Component Month Avg. Min. Max. (deg F) Avg. Min. Max. Weight. Fract. Fract. Weight Calculations
Unspecified All 53.67 45.28 62.05 49.56 0.2702 0.2053 0.3518 92.1300 92.13
Toluene 0.2702 0.2053 0.3518 92.1300 0.0200 0.0200 92.13 Option 2: A=6.954, B=1344.8, C=219.48

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TANKS 4.0.9d
Emissions Report - Summary Format
Individual Tank Emission Totals

Emissions Report for: Annual
Colonie - Leachate Tank 1 - Vertical Fixed Roof Tank
Colonie, New York

Losses(lbs)
Components Working Loss Breathing Loss Total Emissions
Unspecified 5,024.14 833.32 5,857.46
Toluene 100.48 16.67 117.15

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NSPS Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report
NSPS TIER 2 TEST AND EMISSION RATE
REPORT

Town of Colonie Landfill
Colonie, New York
Presented to:

New York State Department of Environmental
Conservation
1130 N. Westcott Road
Schenectady, New York 12306-2014

Presented by:

SCS ENGINEERS
4 Executive Boulevard
Suite 303
Suffern, New York 10901
(845) 357-1510

On behalf of:

Capital Region Landfills, Inc.
1319 New Loudon Road
Cohoes, New York 12047
(518) 783-2827

February 4, 2014
File No. 13198021.03

Offices Nationwide
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Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

NSPS TIER 2 TEST AND EMISSION RATE REPORT
Town Of Colonie Landfill
Colonie, New York

Presented to:

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
1130 N. Westcott Road
Schenectady, New York 12306-2014

Presented by:

SCS ENGINEERS
4 Executive Boulevard
Suite 303
Suffern, New York 10901
845-357-1510

On behalf of:

Capital Region Landfills, Inc.
1319 New Loudon Rd
Cohoes, New York 12047
(518) 783-2827

February 4, 2014
File No. 13198021.03
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Table of Contents

Section Page

1  Executive Summary ................................................................................................................................ 1 
2  Introduction.............................................................................................................................................. 2 
Landfill Description .................................................................................................................................2 
LFG Collection and Control System .....................................................................................................3 
Regulatory Applicability to the Unnamed Area ...............................................................................3 
3  Tier 2 Monitoring and Sampling ......................................................................................................... 4 
Surface Emissions Monitoring .....................................................................................................4 
System Monitoring .......................................................................................................................4 
Flow Measurement .......................................................................................................................5 
4  Results of Laboratory Analysis ............................................................................................................ 9 
5  Revised Mass Emissions Rate Calculations ....................................................................................... 10 
6  Conclusions ............................................................................................................................................ 11 

List of Figures

No. Page

Figure 1.Tier 2 Sampling Train ...................................................................................................................... 7 

List of Tables

No. Page

Table 1.  Landfill Area Summary .............................................................................................................. 2 
Table 2.  LFG Flow Summary. .................................................................................................................... 6 
Table 3.  Laboratory Results Summary .................................................................................................... 9 
Table 4.  Oxygen Concentration Summary. ............................................................................................ 9 
Table 5.  Mass Emission Rate Summary ................................................................................................. 10 
Table 6.  Projected 5-Year Projected NMOC Emission Rate ............................................................. 10 

List of Appendices

Appendix A NSPS Tier 2 Protocol 
Appendix B DEC Approval of Tier 2 Protocol 
Appendix C Surface Emissions Monitoring Data 
Appendix D Wellfield Monitoring Results 
Appendix E Flare Flow Meter Calibration Results 
Appendix F LFG Test Sampling Form 
Appendix G Laboratory Results 
Appendix H Calculations 

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1 E X E C U T I V E S U M M A RY
In accordance with the requirements of the New York State Department of Environmental
Conservation (NYSDEC) Title V Air Permit ID 4-0126-00033/00009 for the facility and 40 CFR
60.754(a)(3) and 60.757(c)(1) for municipal solid waste landfills, SCS Engineers of New York,
PC, on behalf of Capital Region Landfills, Inc., conducted an NSPS Tier 2 Test and prepared an
NMOC Emission Rate Report for the Town of Colonie Landfill, located in Cohoes, NY. The
field sampling program, which was conducted on November 21 and 22, 2013, included surface
emissions monitoring and collection of three landfill gas (LFG) samples from the main header
for laboratory analysis. The calculated average NMOC emission concentration for the site is 311
ppm as hexane at 50 percent methane.

Emission rate calculations were performed using the equation provided in 40 CFR Part 60.754(b)
resulting in an annual emission rate of 29.2 Mg/yr NMOC for 2013. Since this emission rate
is below the 50 Mg/yr NMOC rate that requires action, the landfill is exempt from NSPS-
mandated control requirements at this time.

Annual emission rates for the next 5-year period are included in this report and indicate that the
50 Mg/yr threshold will not be exceeded during this 5-year period. The 5-year emission estimate
will be revised in 2018 or if the actual LFG flow rate exceeds the estimated LFG flow rate in any
year reported in the 5-year estimate. The NMOC concentration will be re-tested every 5 years,
until the emission rate exceeds the 50 Mg/yr level or the landfill closes.

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2 INTRODUCTION
Capital Region Landfills, Inc. (CRL) operates the Town of Colonie Landfill (Landfill), on behalf
of the Town of Colonie (Town). The Landfill is located at 1319 Loudon Road in Cohoes, New
York. The Landfill operates under New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
(NYSDEC) Title V Air Permit ID 4-0126-00033/00009, with an effective date of October 24,
2013.

In accordance with Condition 29 of the Title V permit, the Town is required to retest the site-
specific non-methane organic compound (NMOC) concentration every 5 years. The Town
submitted a report entitled “MSW Landfill New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) Tier 2
NMOC Concentration Test Report” (2008 NMOC Report), dated December 2008, to update the
total NMOC emission rate from the Landfill using the site-specific weighted average NMOC
concentration. The weighted average NMOC concentration from the 2008 Report was 74.1
ppmv as hexane and the NMOC emission rate ranged from 9.3 to 10.2 Mg/yr from 2009 through
2013.

CRL retested the NMOC concentration at the Landfill in accordance with the NSPS Tier 2
Protocol (Protocol), dated October 3, 2013 (see Appendix A). The Protocol was approved by the
NYSDEC via electronic mail dated November 8, 2013 (see Appendix B).

LANDFILL DESCRIPTION

The Landfill consists of seven areas on a contiguous site. The Landfill consists of Areas 1
through 6 and the Unnamed Area. However, because the Area 5 liner was built over Area 4 (i.e.,
piggyback liner), there are effectively two landfills from a hydraulic and a LFG perspective.
Area 5 and 6 is one “landfill”, and the other areas form the “second landfill”. Active landfilling
is on-going in Areas 5 and 6. The other landfill areas are closed.

The landfill areas and years of waste disposal are summarized in Table 1 below.

Table 1. Landfill Area Summary

Landfill Area Acres Liner Status Operational Filling Years
Status
The Unnamed Area 12 Unlined Closed 1960-1972
Area 1 24 Clay liner Closed 1972-1980
Area 2 8 Clay liner Closed 1980-1988
Area 3 14 Clay Liner Closed 1983-1988
Area 4 15 Clay Liner Closed 1989-1996
Area 5 22 Composite Open 1996
Liner
Area 6 22 Composite Open Phase 1 – 2004
Liner Phase 2 - 2012

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LFG COLLECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEM

Shallow, passive vents are installed in the Unnamed Area. A landfill gas (LFG) collection and
control system (GCCS) is installed for the Landfill Areas 1 through 6. The collection system in
Areas 1 through 6 consists of horizontal collectors, vertical extraction wells and connections to
the leachate cleanouts.

The main LFG header for the Landfill is a 12-inch perimeter header that is installed on the east,
west and south sides of Areas 5 and 6. The main header directs LFG to the southeast corner of
the Landfill property. Other headers are installed in the older Landfill areas, and at least two
loops are installed to the north of Area 5 that allows LFG to travel to the west or east perimeter
headers.

At the southeast corner of the landfill, the main header delivers LFG to either the Innovative
Energy Solutions (IES) landfill gas to energy facility or the flare. Primarily, LFG is controlled
by the three 1.6-MW engine/generator sets, which are owned and operated by IES. The
secondary LFG control device is a 10-inch diameter, 28-foot high LFG Specialties flare with a
capacity of 3,000 scfm. An 8-inch header is installed from the 12-inch IES inlet header to the
flare.

REGULATORY APPLICABILITY TO THE UNNAMED AREA

NSPS regulation 40 CFR 60.759 (a)(3)(ii) allows nonproductive areas of the landfill to be
excluded from control, provided that the total of all excluded areas can be shown to contribute
less than 1 percent of the total NMOC emissions from the landfill. The Protocol proposed to
exempt the Unnamed Area of the landfill from the NMOC sampling program. Since NYSDEC
approved the Protocol, the Unnamed area was not included in the NMOC sampling program.

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3 TIER 2 MONITORING AND SAMPLING
Monitoring and sampling of the existing collection system was performed on November 21 and
22, 2013, in accordance with the Protocol. Prior to sampling collection for NMOC analysis, the
system was monitored to prove the existing collection system is “well designed and operated”, as
further described below. Surface emissions monitoring was performed on November 21, 2013.
LFG collection system monitoring was performed on November 12, 19 and 20, 2013. Main
header gas quality monitoring, flow measurements and sample collection were performed on
November 22, 2013.

Surface Emissions Monitoring

SCS conducted surface emissions monitoring as specified in 40 CFR 60.755 (c) and (d), and 40
CFR 60, Appendix A, Method 21. Surface methane concentrations were monitored along a
pattern that traverses the Landfill at approximately 30-meter intervals (see Drawing No. 2 in
Appendix B of the Protocol).

Jason Lacasse from SCS Engineers performed surface emissions monitoring on November 21,
2013. The weather was sunny with a temperature of 26 oF. No precipitation or wind was
measured during the monitoring.

Monitoring was performed to prove that the existing LFG collection system is “well designed
and operated”. A total of 428 points along the monitoring route were tested for emissions of
volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) as methane, using a flame ionization detector. Over the
area surveyed, none of the monitoring points had emission levels exceeding 500 ppm above
background (see Appendix C). Further, only one reading (110 ppm) exceeded 100 ppm, which
indicates that the GCCS was operating well. A calibration log of the equipment is also provided
in Appendix C.

System Monitoring

System monitoring was performed to prove that the existing LFG collection system is “well
designed and operated”. Negative pressure at the wellheads without excess air infiltration is
indicative of a “well designed and operated” collection system. SCS conducted system
monitoring during the week that NMOC sampling occurred. System monitoring included
pressure and gas composition (methane, carbon dioxide, oxygen) monitoring at all wellheads,
including system vacuum. Drawing No. 1 in Appendix D shows the configuration of the existing
collection system. The drawing has been revised to remove decommissioned collectors.

A total of 87 LFG collectors were monitored on November 19 and 20th prior to NMOC sampling
on November 22nd (see data in Appendix D). On November 19th, flow to IES was approximately
1,750 scfm, methane content was approximately 40.2 percent, oxygen content was
approximately 2.5 percent, and system vacuum was approximately -74.8 in-w.c. (see Gas System
Daily Log in Appendix D). The flare was in operation on November 19th with flow of
approximately 500 cfm at about 40.9 percent methane for a total flow of approximately 1,800
cfm at 50 percent methane.

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On November 20th, the IES facility was offline due to a National Grid outage. The average
vacuum applied to the system on November 20th was 53 inches of water column with an average
flow of approximately 1,030 cfm to the flare. Average vacuum typically applied to the system
ranges from 70 to 75 inches of water column.

Due to the reduced vacuum applied to the system, positive pressure was measured at nineteen
(19) collectors on November 20th. Two of these collectors had pressure greater than 1 inch of
water column. Twelve (12) of these collectors typically are under vacuum and/or were recently
adjusted to decrease vacuum to reduce air intrusion. Vacuum was increased to three (3) of these
collectors but positive pressure was not restored with the increased operating vacuum. Vacuum
at two (2) collectors was reduced to correct for air intrusion, resulting in positive pressure at the
reduced operating vacuum. One collector has no available vacuum and is under repair. Data
from October and December is also included for the collectors with positive pressure to show
that these wells are sensitive to valve adjustments and air intrusion.

Oxygen content greater than 5 percent was measured at twelve (12) collectors. Three (3) of the
collectors had both positive pressure and oxygen greater than 5 percent. These wells were fully
closed. The remaining collectors are subject to poor gas quality and air intrusion and have been
adjusted to reduce the vacuum. The majority of the collectors that are sensitive to valve
adjustments and air intrusion are in Area 4 of the Landfill, which contains older waste with
declining gas generation.

Vacuum applied to the collection system of approximately 70 inches of water column was
restored to the system by 8pm on November 20th. Therefore, the surface emissions monitoring
and NMOC sample collection occurred at typical operating conditions. We feel that under
typical operating conditions, the well monitoring data and the SEM indicate that the collection
system is well designed and operated.

Flow Measurement

IES maintains a flow meter device inside the energy facility that continuously measures flow
from the collection system. The flow meter is thermal dispersion-type flow meter manufactured
by Fluid Components International, LLC (FC), Model FCI ST98-23CT01CABFA, serial number
267972. The most recent calibration was 4/1/2013 (see Appendix F of the Protocol). The flow
meter is located after moisture separator IES KO#2 and before IES KO#3 in the gas treatment
room and is installed in 10-inch schedule 40 pipe. There are at least 20 pipe diameters upstream
and 10 pipe diameters downstream from the flow meter as recommended by the manufacturer.

The utility flare adjacent to the IES facility was also in operation on the date of NMOC
sampling. CRL maintains a flow meter device at the flare that continuously measures flow from
the collection system that is directed to the flare. The flow meter is thermal dispersion-type flow
meter manufactured by Fluid Components International, LLC (FC), Model FCI ST98-
23CT01CABFA, serial number 259577. The most recent calibration was 2/10/2010 (see
Appendix E). The flow meter is located after the blower and is installed in 10-inch schedule 40
pipe.

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SCS measured flow and collected the NMOC samples on November 22, 2013. The weather was
cloudy and raining with temperature at approximately 38 degree Fahrenheit with winds to the
north at 3 miles per hour. Flow was recorded from the engine plant and flare flow meter on the
field test data sheet and in field notes (see Appendix F) for each sample taken. The flow at the
engine plant and flare is summarized below.

Table 2. LFG Flow Summary.

Total Flow at
Total Flow (cfm)
Sample No. IES Flow (cfm) Flow Flare (cfm) 50% CH4 (cfm)
Colonie 1 1001 752 1,753 1,669
Colonie 2 999 746 1,745 1,665

Colonie 3 999 745 1,744 1,663

Total flow was corrected to 50 percent methane using the gas quality monitoring data collected
during sampling. Calculations are provided in Appendix H.

NMOC Sampling

As previously mentioned the NMOC samples were collected on November 22, 2013. In
accordance with the Protocol, the samples were collected from the main header port, located on
the LFGE facility inlet. The sampling location is labeled as MP-IES on the Site Plan in Appendix
B. A total of three samples were collected, each separated by a 15-minute interval.

All samples were collected using a sampling train consisting of a two way valves, a Landtec
GEM-2000TM gas analyzer, a sample canister with a volume of 6 liters, a flow control valve and
a pressure gauge (see Exhibit 1). SCS completed the sampling in one (1) day using the following
sampling procedure:

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Figure 1. Tier 2 Sampling Train

The portable gas analyzer was calibrated according to manufacturer’s recommendations prior to
any field measurements. The portable gas analyzer was purged with ambient air between each
sample. To purge, the inlet tube was opened to ambient air and the pump was activated.

The sampling train (see Exhibit 1) was connected to a “female” quick connect monitoring port
(MP-IES) on the header prior to the operating system blower(s) via flex hose. The sampling
train, consisting of inert sample tubing, manometer and a two-way valve, directs gas to the
LandTec GEM 2000 gas analyzer or the 6-liter summa canister under vacuum (15 inches Hg)
based on the position of the two-way valve.

First, the flex hose and sampling train were purged with LFG from the main header using the
GEM 2000 as a pump. At the end of the purging cycle, gas quality was recorded using the GEM
2000, to ensure the oxygen concentration is less than 5 percent and the balance gas (i.e. nitrogen)
concentration is less than 20 percent. The analyzer was used as a preliminary check for oxygen
during sample collection. The time, gas composition, header vacuum, gas temperature and LFG
flow (at the control system) were recorded on the field test data sheet (see Appendix F).

Following the check by the GEM 2000, the time and initial canister vacuum were recorded on
the field test data sheet. The sample train two-way valve was turned to direct flow to the summa
canister. The valve on the summa canister was then opened slightly to allow landfill gas to be
drawn into the canister. The manometer was used to estimate sample flow based on vacuum drop
in the canister. During the first few minutes of sample collection, vacuum drop in the canister
was observed and sample flow rate was adjusted as necessary to provide an approximate sample
collection time of 15 minutes to complete filling of the canister. Note the canister was

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considered ‘full’ (i.e. sample complete) when the canister vacuum registered approximately the
same vacuum as the collection system header.

Three samples were drawn from the header into separate stainless steel summa canisters at 15
minute intervals. The manometer was used to estimate flow based on vacuum drop in the
canister. Once the canister was full of landfill gas, the valve was closed tightly, and the canister
was disconnected from the sampling train. Time, drop in vacuum, and a second gas quality
reading were recorded for each sample. Barometric pressure and ambient temperature were
recorded for laboratory calculations. A chain of custody was completed and the canisters were
shipped to the laboratory for analysis.

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4 R E S U LT S O F L A B O R AT O RY A N A LY S I S
AtmAA analyzed the canister samples for permanent gases by EPA method 3C and total gaseous
non-methane organics by EPA Method 25C. Table 3 below summarizes the analysis results.
The NMOC concentrations have been corrected for nitrogen and moisture in accordance with
Method 25C equations. The laboratory analysis report submitted by AtmAA is in Appendix G.

Table 3. Laboratory Results Summary

NMOC NMOC
CH4 CO2 O2 Balance
Sample (ppm as C) (ppm as
(%) (%) (%) (%)
(1) Hexane)

Colonie 1 1841 307 46.8 34.9 1.63 15.3

Colonie 2 1802 300 47 35.1 1.71 15.3

Colonie 3 1963 327 47.2 35.3 1.66 14.9

Average 1869 311

The table below shows the concentration of oxygen measured in the field during NMOC
sampling using the GEM 2000 and the concentration of oxygen measured in each sample
canister by the laboratory using Method 3C. The results are similar indicating that no excessive
air intrusion in the canisters to dilute the NMOC content.

Table 4. Oxygen Concentration Summary.

O2 Measured by
O2 Measured in
Atmaa During
Sample Field During
Laboratory
Sampling (%)
Analysis (%)
Colonie 1 1.45 1.63
Colonie 2 1.4 1.71
Colonie 3 1.4 1.66

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5 R E V I S E D M A S S E M I S S I O N S R AT E C A L C U L AT I O N S
A revised NMOC emission rate was calculated using the average NMOC concentration from the
three samples taken at the inlet at the engine plant with the maximum flow measurement from
the energy plant and the flare (see Appendix G).

Table 5 presents the emission rate summary.

Table 5. Mass Emission Rate Summary

NMOC NMOC (ppm as Flow @ 50%
Sample
(ppm as C) Hexane) CH4 (cfm)

Colonie 1 1841 307 1669

Colonie 2 1802 300 1665

Colonie 3 1963 327 1663
Maximum Flow 1669
Average NMOC 1869 311
Total Emission Rate (Mg/yr) 29.2

N M O C E M I S S I O N R AT E P R O J E C T I O N S
SCS estimated the NMOC emission rate for the next five years, based on a flow increase of 245
cfm each year. The flow increase per year is estimated based on LFG modeling. We note that
the Landfill will remain below the 50 Mg/yr threshold as long as the total flow rate remains
below 2,994 cfm each year. CRL will calculate the annual average flowrate each year (January 1
– December 31) from 2014 through 2018. If the annual average flowrate exceeds 2,994 at 50%
CH4 in any year, CRL will submit a revised NMOC Emission Rate Report and will be required
to install a GCCS.

Table 6. Projected 5-Year Projected NMOC Emission Rate

Flow @ 50% Total Emission Rate
Year
CH4 (cfm) (Mg/yr)
2014 1,998 33.3
2015 2,243 37.4
2016 2,488 41.5
2017 2,733 45.5
2018 2,978 49.6

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6 CONCLUSIONS
The landfill gas collection system is well designed and operated as evidenced by the results of
the surface emissions monitoring and the system monitoring of the GCCS. The calculated total
mass NMOC emission rate is 29.2 Mg/yr. This is below the regulatory threshold of 50 Mg/yr.
As such, the Town of Colonie is not required to install a collection and control system per 6
NYCRR Part 208.

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Appendix A

NSPS Tier 2 Protocol

Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report February 2014
NSPS Tier 2 Test Protocol

Town of Colonie
Colonie, New York

Presented to:

New York State Department of Environmental
Conservation
1130 N. Westcott Road
Schenectady, New York 12306-2014

Presented by:

SCS ENGINEERS
4 Executive Boulevard
Suite 303
Suffern, New York 10901
845-357-1510

On behalf of:

Capital Region Landfills, Inc.
1319 New Loudon Rd
Cohoes, New York 12047
(518) 783-2827

October 3, 2013
File No. 13198021.03

Offices Nationwide
www.scsengineers.com
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

NSPS Tier 2 Test Protocol

Town of Colonie
Colonie, New York

Presented to:

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
1130 N. Westcott Road
Schenectady, New York 12306-2014

Presented by:

SCS ENGINEERS
4 Executive Boulevard
Suite 303
Suffern, New York 10901
845-357-1510

On behalf of:

Capital Region Landfills, Inc.
1319 New Loudon Rd
Cohoes, New York 12047
(518) 783-2827

October 3, 2013
File No. 13198021.03
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Table of Contents

Section Page

1  Introduction.............................................................................................................................................. 1 
2  Project Description ................................................................................................................................. 2 
2.1  Landfill Description ......................................................................................................................2 
2.2  LFG Collection and Control System .......................................................................................... 2 
2.3  Regulatory Applicability to the Unnamed Area ....................................................................3 
3  NMOC Test Program and NMOC Emission Calculations ................................................................ 4 
3.1  Project Organization and Responsibility ................................................................................. 4 
3.2  NMOC Sampling and Analysis.................................................................................................. 4 
Sampling Locations ......................................................................................................................4 
Sampling Equipment ....................................................................................................................5 
Operating Conditions During Testing .......................................................................................6 
Sampling Methodology ..............................................................................................................6 
Proposed Modifications to EPA Method 25C .........................................................................7 
Custody of Samples ....................................................................................................................8 
3.3  Sample Analysis ...........................................................................................................................8 
3.4  Surface and System Monitoring ................................................................................................9 
Surface Emissions Monitoring .....................................................................................................9 
System Monitoring .......................................................................................................................9 
Flow Measurement .......................................................................................................................9 
3.5  NMOC Emissions Calculations ................................................................................................. 10 
4  Emissions Test Report ........................................................................................................................... 11 

Appendices

Appendix A MSW NSPS and EG Questions and Answers Document Excerpt 
Appendix B Site Plan and SEM Plan 
Appendix C Excerpts from 2008 NMOC Report 
Appendix D Unnamed and Area 1 through 6 LandGEM Results 
Appendix E Flow Meter Calibration Certification 
Appendix F Historical Tonnage Data 
Appendix G USEPA Method 25C 
Appendix H Field Forms 

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1 INTRODUCTION
Capital Region Landfills, Inc. (CRL) operates the Town of Colonie Landfill (Landfill) on behalf
of the Town of Colonie (Town). The Landfill is located at 1319 Loudon Road in Cohoes, New
York. The Landfill operates under New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
(NYSDEC) Title V Air Permit ID 4-0126-00033/00009, with an effective date of October 18,
2007. In April 2012, a Title V Air Facility Permit Renewal Application was submitted to the
NYSDEC. The NYSDEC has prepared a draft permit and has made tentative determination to
issue a renewal of the Title V Air Facility Permit for the continued operation of the Town of
Colonie Landfill.

In accordance with Item 29 of the draft Title V permit, the Town is required to retest the site-
specific non-methane organic compound (NMOC) concentration every 5 years. The Town
submitted a report entitled “MSW Landfill New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) Tier 2
NMOC Concentration Test Report” (2008 NMOC Report), dated December 2008, to update the
total NMOC emission rate from the Landfill using the site-specific weighted average NMOC
concentration. The weighted average NMOC concentration from the 2008 Report was 74.1
ppmv as hexane and the NMOC emission rate ranged from 9.3 to 10.2 Mg/yr from 2009 through
2013.

This test protocol outlines methods and procedures that will be used to measure NMOC
concentrations and calculate NMOC emissions. Activities outlined in this protocol will be
performed in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations and accepted standards.

CRL plans to calculate NMOC emissions using the procedure detailed in the USEPA questions
and answers document for the federal regulations regarding LFG emissions (40 CFR Part 60,
Subpart WWW), upon which the NYDEC regulations are based (see Appendix A).

The sampling and analysis will be performed in October 2013 upon NYSDEC approval of this
protocol. The test report will be completed and submitted within 60 days after the completion of
field testing.

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2 PROJECT DESCRIPTION
2.1 LANDFILL DESCRIPTION

The Landfill consists of seven areas on a contiguous site. The Landfill consists of Areas 1
through 6 and the Unnamed Area. However, because the Area 5 liner was built over Area 4 (i.e.,
piggyback liner), there are effectively two landfills from a hydraulic and a LFG perspective.
Area 5 and 6 is one “landfill”, and the other areas form the “second landfill”. Active landfilling
is on-going in Areas 5 and 6. The other landfill areas are closed. A plan of the entire Landfill
and LFG collection system is provided in Appendix B.

The landfill areas and years of waste disposal are summarized in Table 1 below.

Table 1. Landfill Area Summary

Landfill Area Acres Liner Status Operational Filling Years
Status
The Unnamed Area 12 Unlined Closed 1960-1972
Area 1 24 Clay liner Closed 1972-1980
Area 2 8 Clay liner Closed 1980-1988
Area 3 14 Clay Liner Closed 1983-1988
Area 4 15 Clay Liner Closed 1989-1996
Area 5 22 Composite Open 1996
Liner
Area 6 22 Composite Open Phase 1 – 2004
Liner Phase 2 - 2012

2.2 LFG COLLECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEM

Shallow, passive vents are installed in the Unnamed Area. A landfill gas (LFG) collection and
control system (GCCS) is installed for the Landfill Areas 1 through 6. The collection system in
Areas 1 through 6 consists of horizontal collectors, vertical extraction wells and connections to
the leachate cleanouts.

The main LFG header for the Landfill is a 12-inch perimeter header that is installed on the east,
west and south sides of Areas 5 and 6. The main header directs LFG to the southeast corner of
the Landfill property. Other headers are installed in the older Landfill areas, and at least two
loops are installed to the north of Area 5 that allows LFG to travel to the west or east perimeter
headers.

At the southeast corner of the landfill, the main header delivers LFG to either the Innovative
Energy Solutions (IES) landfill gas to energy facility or the flare. Primarily, LFG is controlled
by the three 1.6-MW engine/generator sets, which are owned and operated by IES. The
secondary LFG control device is a 10-inch diameter, 28-foot high LFG Specialties flare with a
capacity of 3,000 scfm. An 8-inch header is installed from the 12-inch IES inlet header to the
flare.

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2.3 REGULATORY APPLICABILITY TO THE UNNAMED AREA

NSPS regulation 40 CFR 60.759 (a)(3)(ii) allows nonproductive areas of the landfill to be
excluded from control, provided that the total of all excluded areas can be shown to contribute
less than 1 percent of the total NMOC emissions from the landfill. We are proposing to exempt
the Unnamed Area of the landfill from the NMOC sampling program. If the entire landfill was
subject to NSPS, the Unnamed Area would be exempt from control (see detail below).
Therefore, we propose to apply this same criterion to exempt the Unnamed Area from the
sampling program for the Tier 2 test.

Based on the 2008 NMOC Report, the average NMOC concentration from the Unnamed Area
was 95.6 ppmv. The average NMOC concentration from the main header sample from Areas 1
through 6 was 71.4 ppmv (see Appendix C). SCS calculated NMOC emissions using LandGEM
for the Unnamed Area and for Areas 1 through 6 using the average NMOC concentrations from
the 2008 sampling program. The LandGEM results for the Unnamed Area and Areas 1 through
6 are provided in Appendix D. Historical waste tonnages are taken from the 2008 NMOC
Report and from information presented in the “2012 Fourth Quarter/Annual Report, Colonie
Landfill”, dated March 2013 (see Appendix E).

The NMOC emissions are less than 1 percent from the Unnamed Area as shown in Table 2
below. The emissions from the Unnamed Area will continue to decrease as the waste ages.
Therefore, we request that the Unnamed Area be exempted from the sampling program.

Table 2. NMOC Emissions from Unnamed Area

Unnamed Area Area 1-6 Unnamed Area
NMOC
Year NMOC Emissions Emissions NMOC Emissions
(Mg/year) (1) (Mg/year) (1) (%)
2014 0.11 10.94 0.96%
2015 0.10 11.39 0.88%
2016 0.10 11.83 0.81%
2017 0.09 12.24 0.74%
2018 0.09 12.63 0.69%
2019 0.08 13.00 0.63%
2020 0.08 13.36 0.59%
NMOC
Concentration 95.588 71.377
(ppmv) (2)
(1) NMOC Emissions calculated using LandGEM Version 3.02. 
(2) NMOC Concentration from 2008 NMOC sampling program used 
in LandGEM calculation of NMOC Emissions. 

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3 NMOC TEST PROGRAM AND NMOC EMISSION
C A L C U L AT I O N S
3.1 PROJECT ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITY

SCS Engineers will undertake the test program for CRL and the Town. AtmAA of Santa Ana,
California will be providing the requisite analytical services, including Method 25C and Method
3C (fixed gases). General project responsibilities of SCS Engineers and ATMAA are outlined
below.

1. SCS Engineers will be the team manager, will coordinate all work, and will prepare all
submittals on behalf of CRL and the Town. SCS Engineers will be responsible for overall
management, data compilation, report preparation, and submittals. SCS Engineers will
prepare the test protocol, collect landfill gas samples, and coordinate laboratory analysis.
SCS will discuss results with CRL and the Town and prepare a revised emission rate
report.

2. AtmAA will provide laboratory analytical services from its location in Santa Ana, CA.
AtmAA will provide the 6 liter summa-polished glass-lined stainless steel canisters for
sample collection in the field. AtmAA will then utilize Method 25C in the laboratory
analysis of collected samples. Method 3C will also be utilized by the lab to verify landfill
gas concentrations of methane, carbon dioxide, oxygen and nitrogen.

3.2 NMOC SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS
Sampling Locations

USEPA developed Method 25C specifically for determining NMOC concentrations in landfill
gas for the purposes of Tier 2 investigations (see Appendix G). The method was modified from
Method 25 in order to accommodate landfill gas, and for the most part, was simplified to provide
a straightforward approach for sampling landfill gas. The method includes protocols for both
sampling and analysis and is used as the basis for sampling and analysis of this protocol.

In lieu of sample probes, representative LFG samples can be obtained from the main header pipe
prior to the blower that services the LFG control system. The existing horizontal collectors,
leachate cleanouts and extraction wells are connected to the main header system and represent
“active” collection points. “Active” means that a blower is used to extract the landfill gas from
the landfill by applying a vacuum to the collection point. Since the existing collection system is
comprehensive and generally controls LFG emissions at the site, we believe that the proposed
methodology will result in representative samples of LFG. LFG will be extracted from the main
header port, located on the LFGE facility inlet. The sampling location is labeled as MP-IES on
the Site Plan in Appendix B. A total of three samples will be collected, each separated by a 15-
minute interval.

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Sampling Equipment

The sampling train consists of the following components (see Exhibit 1):

 A pressure gauge. A digital manometer, capable of measuring pressure to within 0.1
in. Hg in the range of 0.1 to 99.9 in. Hg.

 A flow control valve calibrated to provide a flow control of 250 ml/min.

 A sample tank. A stainless steel or aluminum canister, with a volume of 6 liters and
equipped with a stainless steel sample tank valve.

 A purging/sampling pump capable of purging at a rate of 500 ml/min and suitable for
sampling NMOC.

 A Landtec GEM-2000TM gas analyzer capable of reading oxygen, methane, carbon
dioxide, and balance in percent, by volume and capable of purging at a rate of 500
ml/min.

 Two way valves and associated tubing to direct flow during purging and sampling. A
schematic of the sampling probe purging system and sampling train is shown in
Exhibit 1 below.

Exhibit 1. Tier 2 Sampling Train

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Canisters will be pre-charged with helium by AAtma to allow air freight shipping of the canisters
as non-hazardous material. The remaining LFG gas sample volume available in each canister
after helium charging by the lab will be approximately 4 liters, which will provide a minimum
sample volume of 2 liters at each sample location.

Operating Conditions During Testing

The LFG collection system vacuum from the IES Facility is operated continuously. The LFGE
facility inlet header to be tested shall have operated at normal conditions for a minimum of two
hours and conditions shall be stable prior to the start of a test period. The main blower will be
operated with manual adjustment to ensure continuous flow through the system (i.e., automatic
cycling or shutdown routines will be disabled during testing; no manipulation of system
operating conditions shall take place). The system will be under the control of the operator
during testing.

Sampling Methodology

The Tier 2 sampling method requires gas quality be checked to ensure the oxygen is less than 5
percent or the nitrogen concentration is less than 20 percent in the sample. We proposes to use
oxygen concentration of less than 5 percent as the quality assurance measure to insure
representative samples were obtained for this sampling event as allowed by Method 25C Section
8.4.2. Gas composition will be checked in the field using a portable infra-red landfill gas
analyzer prior to collecting a sample in each canister. In addition, Method 3C analysis (i.e.
methane, carbon dioxide, oxygen and nitrogen) will be conducted by AtmAA at the laboratory to
verify oxygen concentrations in each sample are less than 5 percent.

The proposed sampling methodology is as follows:

The portable gas analyzer will be calibrated according to manufacturer’s recommendations prior
to any field measurements. The portable gas analyzer is purged with ambient air between each
sample. To purge, the inlet tube is opened to ambient air and the pump is activated. This
process takes about 60 seconds.

The sampling train (see Exhibit 1) is connected to a “female” quick connect monitoring port
(MP-IES) on the header prior to the operating system blower(s) via flex hose. The sampling
train, consisting of inert sample tubing, manometer and a two-way valve, directs gas to the
LandTec GEM 2000 gas analyzer or the 6-liter summa canister under vacuum (15 inches Hg)
based on the position of the two-way valve. The LFG control system typically operates at a
vacuum of about 70 inches of water column, which is approximately 5.2 inches of mercury. As
such, there will be sufficient vacuum in the canister to overcome the vacuum in the main header.

Canisters shall be coupled to the monitoring port to ensure a complete seal for proper sampling.
Canisters will be evacuated in the laboratory to the required vacuum, following procedures
provided in Method 25C. Sampling shall take place at a flow rate of 500 ml/min or less until
either a constant flow rate cannot be maintained or the appropriate volume has been collected.

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First, the flex hose and sampling train are purged with LFG from the main header using the GEM
2000 as a pump. At the end of the purging cycle, gas quality is recorded using the GEM 2000, to
ensure the oxygen concentration is less than 5 percent and the balance gas (i.e. nitrogen)
concentration is less than 20 percent. The analyzer will be used as a preliminary check for
oxygen during sample collection. Method 3C will be used in the lab to determine actual carbon
dioxide, methane and oxygen content in the landfill gas. The time, gas composition, header
vacuum, gas temperature and LFG flow (at the control system) will be recorded on the field test
data sheet (see Appendix H).

Following the check by the GEM 2000, the time and initial canister vacuum are
recorded on the field test data sheet. The sample train two-way valve is turned to direct flow to
the summa canister. The valve on the summa canister is then opened slightly to allow landfill gas
to be drawn into the canister. The valve on the summa canister is then opened slightly to allow
landfill gas to be drawn into the canister. The manometer is used to estimate sample flow based
on vacuum drop in the canister. During the first few minutes of sample collection, vacuum drop
in the canister is observed and sample flow rate is adjusted as necessary to provide an
approximate sample collection time of 15 minutes to complete filling of the canister. Note the
canister is considered ‘full’ (i.e. sample complete) when the canister vacuum registers
approximately the same vacuum as the collection system header.

Three samples are drawn from the header into separate stainless steel summa canisters at 15
minute intervals. The manometer is used to estimate flow based on vacuum drop in the canister.
Once the canister is full of landfill gas, the valve is closed tightly, and the canister is
disconnected from the sampling train. Time, drop in vacuum, and a second gas quality reading
will be recorded for each sample. Barometric pressure and ambient temperature are recorded for
laboratory calculations. A sample field form is provided in Appendix H. A chain of custody is
completed and the canisters are shipped to the laboratory for analysis.

Proposed Modifications to EPA Method 25C

The following is a list, by section, of proposed modifications to EPA Method 25C:

 2.1 Summary of Method: As stated previously representative LFG samples will be
obtained from the main header pipe prior to the blower that services the LFG control
system and at leachate cleanouts. This modification also applies to Sections 6.1, 8.1
and 8.2 related to sample probe installation.

 6.2 Sampling Train: A schematic of the modified sampling train is provided in
Exhibit 1. This sampling train incorporates the gas analyzer to determine the
oxygen content in the field in compliance with Section 8.4.2 and uses a 2-way valve
to decrease the time changing out apparatus. It also incorporates a valve to set the
flow rate during sampling instead of having a variable flow rate. This modification
also applies to Section 8.3

 6.2.3 Pressure Gauge: A manometer, capable of measuring the pressure or vacuum to
within 0.5 in. H2O in the range of 0.0 to 99.9 in. H2O, is used instead of the standard

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U-tube mercury manometer that reads in mm Hg.

 8.1 Sample Tank Evacuation and Leak-Check: The sample canisters are purged and
filled with helium in the lab and leak tested by the laboratory prior to use for
sampling. The canisters provided by the laboratory are certified by the laboratory as
competent prior to sample collection.

 8.4 Sampling Procedure: Utilizing the purging and sampling assembly presented in
Exhibit 1, three sampling train volumes are evacuated at a rate of 500 ml/min. Purge
time, volume and flow rate are recorded. Next a reading from the gas analyzer is
taken and recorded. Finally, an approximately 4-liter sample is taken at
a flow rate of 500 ml/min or less. Sample time, drop in vacuum, and flow rate are
recorded.

 8.4.2 Quality Assurance Procedure: Oxygen content of less than 5 percent,
determined via Method 3C, will be used to verify that the samples collected are
representative.

Custody of Samples

AtmAA provides a chain of custody form with the canisters at the time they leave the lab. SCS
Engineers will log receipt of these canisters, make sure they are properly handled during
transportation and sampling, and will be responsible for delivery back to AtmAA. AtmAA will
furnish a copy of the completed custody form after completion of the testing program.

3.3 SAMPLE ANALYSIS

AtmAA will analyze the canisters in the lab. The following analysis will be performed on each
canister:

 Method 25C: Non-methane organic compound (NMOC) in landfill gas.
 Method 3C: Permanent gases (methane, carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen).

The USEPA approves of duplicate analysis of each canister if the average percent deviation from
the mean is less than 5 percent. Duplicate analysis assures sample accuracy in addition to a
certified laboratory’s usual QA/QC practices. AtmAA will perform all work in accordance with
Method 25C laboratory requirements (see Appendix G).

The NMOC content of the gas will be determined by injecting a portion of the gas into a gas
chromatographic column to separate the NMOC from carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and
methane; the NMOC are oxidized to carbon monoxide, reduced to methane, and measured by a
flame ionization detector (FID). If required, an audit sample will be obtained and analyzed
following the procedures. The following equation shall be used to calculate the concentration of
NMOC for each sample tank (taken from USEPA Method 25C):

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Ptf
Ttf 1 r
Ct   C (j)
Pt Pti  99  j1 tm
 1  C N   B w
Tt Tti  78 2
where:
Bw = Moisture content in the sample, fraction
CN2 = Measured N2 Concentration, fraction
Ct = Calculated NMOC concentration, ppmv as hexane
Ctm = Measured NMOC concentration, ppmv as hexane
Pt = Gas sample tank pressure after sampling, but before pressurizing, mm Hg abs
Ptf = Final gas sample tank pressure after pressurizing, mm Hg absolute
Pti = Gas sample tank pressure after evacuation, mm Hg absolute
Tt = Sample tank temperature at completion of sampling, ºK
Ttf = Sample tank temperature after pressurizing, ºK
Tti = Sample tank temperature before sampling, ºK

Samples will also be analyzed using Method 3C to determine the oxygen, carbon dioxide,
methane and nitrogen to confirm the integrity of the sample as compared to the field readings
obtained by the GEM-2000 during sampling and to correct the NMOC concentration for
nitrogen content.

3.4 SURFACE AND SYSTEM MONITORING
Surface Emissions Monitoring

SCS will conduct surface emissions monitoring as specified in 40 CFR 60.755 (c) and (d), and
40 CFR 60, Appendix A, Method 21. SCS will monitor surface methane concentrations along a
pattern that traverses the Landfill at approximately 30-meter intervals (see Drawing No. 2 in
Appendix B).

System Monitoring

System monitoring will be performed to prove that the existing LFG collection system is “well
designed and operated”. Negative pressure at the wellheads without excess air infiltration is
indicative of a “well designed and operated” collection system. SCS will conduct system
monitoring during the week that NMOC sampling occurs. System monitoring will include
pressure and gas composition (methane, carbon dioxide, oxygen) monitoring at all wellheads.

Flow Measurement

IES maintains a flow meter device inside the energy facility that continuously measures flow
from the collection system. The flow meter is thermal dispersion-type flow meter manufactured
by Fluid Components International, LLC (FC), Model FCI ST98, serial number 23CT01CABFA.

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The most recent calibration was 4/1/2013 (see Appendix F). The flow meter is located after
moisture separator IES KO#2 and before IES KO#3 in the gas treatment room and is installed in
10-inch schedule 40 pipe. There are at least 20 pipe diameters upstream and 10 pipe diameters
downstream from the flow meter as recommended by the manufacturer. We propose to
document flow from the IES flow meter prior to collection of each NMOC sample.

3.5 NMOC EMISSIONS CALCULATIONS

Average NMOC concentration from the three samples obtained under this test program will be
used in calculating NMOC emissions. Annual NMOC emissions from the Landfill, using NMOC
concentration as measured at the facility main header, will be calculated using the equation
provided in 40 CFR Part 60.754(b). The measured NMOC concentrations will be used in place
of the default CNMOC value provided in this equation. Specifically, the NMOC concentration
based on analysis of the LFG samples collected under this protocol will be used in the equation
along with the measured flow rate of landfill gas, QLFG. We will use the maximum recorded
flow as QLFG in the NMOC emission calculation. The Unnamed Area waste will be excluded as
discussed in Section 2.3 above

The USEPA published a questions and answers document for the federal regulations regarding
LFG emissions (40 CFR Part 60, Subpart WWW), upon which the NYSDEC regulations are
based (see excerpt Appendix A). One question covered in this document was how should a
landfill owner determine if it emits greater or less than 50 Mg of NMOCs per year if it already
has a LFG collection system in place (e.g., Colonie Landfill).

The USEPA answer states that it would be appropriate to use the same equation as that used to
determine when to remove a system from operation under the regulations. The equation relies on
NMOC concentration and total flow, both as measured in the field at the main header in lieu of
using desktop modeling to estimate flow. The USEPA response goes on to state that the
collection system must be well designed and operated. Specifically, a negative pressure should
be maintained at the wellheads without excess air infiltration. Also, if surface monitoring has
been done at the landfill, it should show methane concentrations below 500 ppm.

With that in mind, this Tier 2 Work Plan includes system monitoring and surface monitoring to
prove that the system is “well designed and operated”. System monitoring will have to show that
a negative pressure is maintained at all wellheads without excess air infiltration. Surface
monitoring will have to show that methane concentrations are below 500 ppm. Additionally, the
total LFG flow will have to be measured accurately.

All calculated NMOC emissions will be converted to Mega-grams per year (Mg/year) units.

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4 EMISSIONS TEST REPORT
Upon completion of the field testing, a detailed report summarizing the data and findings of the
NMOC testing will be prepared. Average NMOC concentration from the three samples obtained
under this test program will be used in calculating NMOC emissions. Annual NMOC emissions
from the Landfill, using NMOC concentration as measured at the facility main header, will be
calculated using the equation provided in 40 CFR Part 60.754(b). The Unnamed Area waste will
be excluded as discussed in Section 2.3 above.

All calculated NMOC emissions will be converted to Mega-grams per year (Mg/year) units.

The test report will include, at a minimum, the following information:

1. Summary of the test program and relevant data.

2. Equipment calibration data.

3. Field data sheets and calculations.

4. Laboratory analytical reports.

5. Summary of test results.

6. Summary of NMOC emissions calculations.

If the NMOC emission rate is less than 50 Mg/yr threshold, an annual or 5-year estimate for the
NMOC emission rate, in accordance with 40 CFR 60.754(a)(3)(iii) will be prepared and included
in the report. The test report will be submitted to the USEPA and NYSDEC within 60 calendar
days of completion of field testing.

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Appendix A
MSW NSPS and EG Questions and Answers Document Excerpt

Tier 2 Test Protocol October 2013
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILL NEW SOURCE
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (NSPS) AND EMISSION
GUIDELINES (EG) -- QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Revised

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

November 1998
November 1998

MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILL NEW SOURCE
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (NSPS) AND EMISSION
GUIDELINES (EG) -- QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Disclaimer: It is important that the user understand the purpose and
limitation of the "Municipal Solid Waste Landfill New Source
Performance Standards and Emission Guidelines Questions and Answers"
file. The questions and answers are not intended to fully represent
or be used in place of the regulations. These questions can be used
to explore the application of the regulations in different scenarios
or to shed light on complex issues. The answers provided are not
rules nor are they binding upon the Agency in any context. The EPA
may withdraw, modify, or depart from the answers provided in this
file at any time without notice. For an understanding of the actual
regulatory requirements in any given situation, the reader must
consult the appropriate sections of Title 40 of the Code of Federal
Regulations (CFR), pertinent Federal Registers and EPA guidance
documents, as well as relevant State regulations. We recommend that
the EPA Regional Offices and States be consulted for specific
applicability determinations.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

INTRODUCTION AND SOURCES OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATON . . . . . v

I. OVERVIEW AND APPLICABILITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

A. Overview of Requirements and Applicability . . . 1
B. Applicability for Modified Landfills . . . . . . 2
C. Date of Commenced Construction . . . . . . . . . 4
D. Definition of Source/Contiguous Area . . . . . . 4
E. Applicability to Closed Landfills . . . . . . . . 5
F. Applicability to Superfund Sites . . . . . . . . 7
G. Independent Power Producers . . . . . . . . . . . 7

II. CONTROL REQUIREMENTS AND COMPLIANCE TIMES . . . . . . 8

A. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
B. Design and Installation of Collection Systems . . 8
C. Passive Collection Systems . . . . . . . . . . . 10
D. Landfills with Existing Collection and
Control Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
E. Other Control Concerns . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
F. Compliance Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

III. DESIGN CAPACITY DETERMINATIONS . . . . . . . . . 15

IV. ESTIMATING EMISSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

A. NMOC vs VOC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
B. Tier Calculations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
C. Estimating Emissions for Inventory or
Permitting Purposes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

V. ELEMENTS OF A STATE PLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

A. List of Plan Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
B. Emission Inventories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
C. Enforceable Mechanisms including Incorporation by
Reference or use of Title V Permits . . . . . . . 23
D. Public Hearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
E. Stringency of State Standards . . . . . . . . . . 24
F. Plan Approval Notices, Other State Plans . . . . 25
G. SIP Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
H. Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

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TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONTINUED)

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VI. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

A. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
B. Design Capacity Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
C. Timing of Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
D. Monitoring Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

VII. TESTING AND MONITORING . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

A. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
B. Surface Methane Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . 32
C. Gas Flow Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
D. Use of Alternative Test Methods . . . . . . . . . 35
E. Test Methods 18 and 25C . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
F. Test Method 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

VIII. NONATTAINMENT NEW SOURCE REVIEW/PREVENTION OF
SIGNIFICANT DETERIORATION PERMITTING ISSUES . . . . . 39

IX. MISCELLANEOUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

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average annual precipitation of less than 25 inches as measured at
the nearest representative official meteorological site). The arid k
value accounts for the slower decomposition rate of waste in those
areas. This optional k value should allow arid areas to account for
the lower gas production rate without having to incur the additional
cost of Tier 3 site-specific testing. Furthermore, the 3-tier
emission estimation procedure in § 60.754(a)(4) allows any
owner/operator to use site-specific values for k and CNMOC, based on
testing, in lieu of the default constants if a landfill uses Tier 2
or 3 emission estimation procedures. The site-specific values would
reflect any unique characteristics that would affect the emission
rate of NMOC for that particular landfill.

4. Question: If an existing landfill greater than 2.5 million Mg
and 2.5 million m3 already has a collection system in place that is
controlled, how should it be determined if it emits NMOC greater
than/less than 50 Mg/year? Under Tier 1 calculations they would
probably show landfill gas emissions $ 50 Mg/year. Tier 2
calculations also may not be appropriate.

Answer: This issue was raised in one case where Tier 1
calculations for a landfill that already had a control system
indicated emissions greater than 50 Mg/yr. The tier procedures in
the NSPS do not specifically address how to estimate uncontrolled
emissions from already controlled landfills for purposes of
determining if the emissions exceed 50 Mg/yr and whether the landfill
must meet the NSPS or EG control requirements and emission limits.
The State agency reasoned that to determine uncontrolled emissions
for a landfill with a collection and control system already in place,
it would be appropriate to use the equation and NMOC concentrations
measurement procedure in § 60.754(b). This equation is the one used
for controlled landfills to determine if uncontrolled emissions have
fallen below 50 Mg/yr such that the control system can be removed.
It requires measuring NMOC at the common header pipe of the
collection system prior to the control device.

Using this approach, landfills that already have collection and
control systems would calculate uncontrolled NMOC emissions for the
portion of the landfill from which gas is collected using the
equation and NMOC concentration measurement procedures in
§ 60.754(b). (If there are areas of the landfill from which gas is
not collected, the tier procedures would be used for these areas.)
In order for the equation in § 60.754(b) to be appropriate, the
collection system must be well designed and operated. In particular,
for an active collection system, a negative pressure should be
maintained at the wellheads without excess air infiltration. Also,

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if surface monitoring has been done at the landfill, it should show
methane concentrations below 500 ppm.

In addition to using the equation found in § 60.654(b) in
combination with the actual measured NMOC concentration collected at
the header, the NMOC concentration measured at the header (as
described in VII.E.13, Testing and Monitoring) could also be used in
the equation found in § 60.754(a)(1) to determine if the landfill
should be subject to the requirements found in the NSPS or EG.

If total uncontrolled emissions are < 50 Mg/yr, the landfill is
not subject to the control requirements of the NSPS or EG, but must
continue to submit annual NMOC emission rate reports (unless it is
closed). If the annual NMOC report shows that the uncontrolled
emission rate has increased to 50 Mg/yr or greater, the landfill
would become subject to the control requirements of the NSPS or EG.
The landfill would then have 1 year to submit a design plan to either
document that the existing system meets the requirements of the NSPS
or EG or to specify plans to upgrade the system to achieve
compliance. The landfill would need to come into compliance and
begin required testing and monitoring within the time frames
specified in the NSPS or EG.

5. Question: Can a landfill with uncontrolled emissions
$ 50 Mg/yr install a control system that does not meet NSPS or EG
requirements to reduce actual emissions to <50 Mg/yr and thereby
avoid being subject to NSPS or EG control requirements?

Answer: No. As explained in the answers to the previous
questions, the uncontrolled emission rate is used to determine
whether the landfill is subject to NSPS or EG control requirements.

6. Question: Has EPA recognized any alternative models, other
than the Landfills Air Emissions Estimation Model? If one is
proposed at the State level, what would be the mechanism for getting
this model approved?

Answer: Currently the EPA has not approved any models that can
be used as alternatives to the Landfills Gas Emissions Model
(LandGEM). Version 2.01 of this model and the user's manual can be
found on the web at:http://www.epa.gov/ttn/catc/products.html.
Alternative models should be sent to Susan Thorneloe of EPA/ORD for
evaluation (see e-mail address in the Introduction to this document).
In order for an alternative model to be approved, it should use the
emissions estimation equations in the rule (which are the same as
those used in the LandGEM) or another approach that is demonstrated
to provide a reasonable measure of landfill gas generation.

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Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix B
Site Plan and SEM Plan

Tier 2 Test Protocol October 2013
PRELIMINARY (10/03/2013)

SCS ENGINEERS EXISTING CONDITIONS PLAN
STEARNS, CONRAD AND SCHMIDT
1

CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC.
CAPITAL REGION LANDFILLS, INC.
PH. (845) 357-1510 FAX. (845) 357-1049
1319 LOUDON ROAD EXISTING LFG SYSTEM
1

COHOES, NY 12047 COLONIE LANDFILL
PRELIMINARY (10/02/2013)

SCS ENGINEERS SEM PLAN
STEARNS, CONRAD AND SCHMIDT
2

CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC.
CAPITAL REGION LANDFILLS, INC.
PH. (845) 357-1510 FAX. (845) 357-1049
1319 LOUDON ROAD EXISTING LFG SYSTEM
2

COHOES, NY 12047 COLONIE LANDFILL
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix C
Excerpts from 2008 NMOC Report

Tier 2 Test Protocol October 2013
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix D
Unnamed and Area 1 through 6 LandGEM Results

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Summary Report
Landfill Name or Identifier: Colonie Landfill

Date: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Description/Comments:

About LandGEM:

First-Order Decomposition Rate Equation:

Where,
QCH4 = annual methane generation in the year of the calculation (m 3 /year )
i = 1-year time increment Mi = mass of waste accepted in the i th year (Mg )
n = (year of the calculation) - (initial year of waste acceptance) tij = age of the jth section of waste mass M i accepted in the ith year
j = 0.1-year time increment (decimal years , e.g., 3.2 years)
k = methane generation rate (year -1 )
Lo = potential methane generation capacity (m 3 /Mg )

LandGEM is based on a first-order decomposition rate equation for quantifying emissions from the decomposition of landfilled waste in
municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills. The software provides a relatively simple approach to estimating landfill gas emissions. Model defaults
are based on empirical data from U.S. landfills. Field test data can also be used in place of model defaults when available. Further guidance on
EPA test methods, Clean Air Act (CAA) regulations, and other guidance regarding landfill gas emissions and control technology requirements
can be found at http://www.epa.gov/ttnatw01/landfill/landflpg.html.

LandGEM is considered a screening tool — the better the input data, the better the estimates. Often, there are limitations with the available data
regarding waste quantity and composition, variation in design and operating practices over time, and changes occurring over time that impact
the emissions potential. Changes to landfill operation, such as operating under wet conditions through leachate recirculation or other liquid
additions, will result in generating more gas at a faster rate. Defaults for estimating emissions for this type of operation are being developed to
include in LandGEM along with defaults for convential landfills (no leachate or liquid additions) for developing emission inventories and
determining CAA applicability. Refer to the Web site identified above for future updates.

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Input Review
LANDFILL CHARACTERISTICS
Landfill Open Year 1963
Landfill Closure Year (with 80-year limit) 1972
Actual Closure Year (without limit) 1972
Have Model Calculate Closure Year? Yes
Waste Design Capacity 180,000 megagrams

MODEL PARAMETERS
Methane Generation Rate, k 0.050 year -1
Potential Methane Generation Capacity, Lo 170 m 3 /Mg
NMOC Concentration 96 ppmv as hexane
Methane Content 50 % by volume

GASES / POLLUTANTS SELECTED
Gas / Pollutant #1: Total landfill gas
Gas / Pollutant #2: Methane
Gas / Pollutant #3: Carbon dioxide
Gas / Pollutant #4: NMOC

WASTE ACCEPTANCE RATES
Waste Accepted Waste-In-Place
Year
(Mg/year) (short tons/year) (Mg) (short tons)
1963 18,000 19,800 0 0
1964 18,000 19,800 18,000 19,800
1965 18,000 19,800 36,000 39,600
1966 18,000 19,800 54,000 59,400
1967 18,000 19,800 72,000 79,200
1968 18,000 19,800 90,000 99,000
1969 18,000 19,800 108,000 118,800
1970 18,000 19,800 126,000 138,600
1971 18,000 19,800 144,000 158,400
1972 18,000 19,800 162,000 178,200
1973 0 0 180,000 198,000
1974 0 0 180,000 198,000
1975 0 0 180,000 198,000
1976 0 0 180,000 198,000
1977 0 0 180,000 198,000
1978 0 0 180,000 198,000
1979 0 0 180,000 198,000
1980 0 0 180,000 198,000
1981 0 0 180,000 198,000
1982 0 0 180,000 198,000
1983 0 0 180,000 198,000
1984 0 0 180,000 198,000
1985 0 0 180,000 198,000
1986 0 0 180,000 198,000
1987 0 0 180,000 198,000
1988 0 0 180,000 198,000
1989 0 0 180,000 198,000
1990 0 0 180,000 198,000
1991 0 0 180,000 198,000
1992 0 0 180,000 198,000
1993 0 0 180,000 198,000
1994 0 0 180,000 198,000
1995 0 0 180,000 198,000
1996 0 0 180,000 198,000
1997 0 0 180,000 198,000
1998 0 0 180,000 198,000
1999 0 0 180,000 198,000
2000 0 0 180,000 198,000
2001 0 0 180,000 198,000
2002 0 0 180,000 198,000

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WASTE ACCEPTANCE RATES (Continued)
Waste Accepted Waste-In-Place
Year
(Mg/year) (short tons/year) (Mg) (short tons)
2003 0 0 180,000 198,000
2004 0 0 180,000 198,000
2005 0 0 180,000 198,000
2006 0 0 180,000 198,000
2007 0 0 180,000 198,000
2008 0 0 180,000 198,000
2009 0 0 180,000 198,000
2010 0 0 180,000 198,000
2011 0 0 180,000 198,000
2012 0 0 180,000 198,000
2013 0 0 180,000 198,000
2014 0 0 180,000 198,000
2015 0 0 180,000 198,000
2016 0 0 180,000 198,000
2017 0 0 180,000 198,000
2018 0 0 180,000 198,000
2019 0 0 180,000 198,000
2020 0 0 180,000 198,000
2021 0 0 180,000 198,000
2022 0 0 180,000 198,000
2023 0 0 180,000 198,000
2024 0 0 180,000 198,000
2025 0 0 180,000 198,000
2026 0 0 180,000 198,000
2027 0 0 180,000 198,000
2028 0 0 180,000 198,000
2029 0 0 180,000 198,000
2030 0 0 180,000 198,000
2031 0 0 180,000 198,000
2032 0 0 180,000 198,000
2033 0 0 180,000 198,000
2034 0 0 180,000 198,000
2035 0 0 180,000 198,000
2036 0 0 180,000 198,000
2037 0 0 180,000 198,000
2038 0 0 180,000 198,000
2039 0 0 180,000 198,000
2040 0 0 180,000 198,000
2041 0 0 180,000 198,000
2042 0 0 180,000 198,000

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Pollutant Parameters
Gas / Pollutant Default Parameters: User-specified Pollutant Parameters:
Concentration Concentration
Compound (ppmv ) Molecular Weight (ppmv ) Molecular Weight
Total landfill gas 0.00
Gases

Methane 16.04
Carbon dioxide 44.01
NMOC 4,000 86.18
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
(methyl chloroform) -
HAP 0.48 133.41
1,1,2,2-
Tetrachloroethane -
HAP/VOC 1.1 167.85
1,1-Dichloroethane
(ethylidene dichloride) -
HAP/VOC 2.4 98.97
1,1-Dichloroethene
(vinylidene chloride) -
HAP/VOC 0.20 96.94
1,2-Dichloroethane
(ethylene dichloride) -
HAP/VOC 0.41 98.96
1,2-Dichloropropane
(propylene dichloride) -
HAP/VOC 0.18 112.99
2-Propanol (isopropyl
alcohol) - VOC 50 60.11
Acetone 7.0 58.08
Acrylonitrile - HAP/VOC
6.3 53.06
Benzene - No or
Unknown Co-disposal -
HAP/VOC 1.9 78.11
Benzene - Co-disposal -
HAP/VOC 11 78.11
Pollutants

Bromodichloromethane -
VOC 3.1 163.83
Butane - VOC 5.0 58.12
Carbon disulfide -
HAP/VOC 0.58 76.13
Carbon monoxide 140 28.01
Carbon tetrachloride -
HAP/VOC 4.0E-03 153.84
Carbonyl sulfide -
HAP/VOC 0.49 60.07
Chlorobenzene -
HAP/VOC 0.25 112.56
Chlorodifluoromethane 1.3 86.47
Chloroethane (ethyl
chloride) - HAP/VOC 1.3 64.52
Chloroform - HAP/VOC 0.03 119.39
Chloromethane - VOC 1.2 50.49
Dichlorobenzene - (HAP
for para isomer/VOC)
0.21 147
Dichlorodifluoromethane
16 120.91
Dichlorofluoromethane -
VOC 2.6 102.92
Dichloromethane
(methylene chloride) -
HAP 14 84.94
Dimethyl sulfide (methyl
sulfide) - VOC 7.8 62.13
Ethane 890 30.07
Ethanol - VOC 27 46.08

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Pollutant Parameters (Continued)
Gas / Pollutant Default Parameters: User-specified Pollutant Parameters:
Concentration Concentration
Compound (ppmv ) Molecular Weight (ppmv ) Molecular Weight
Ethyl mercaptan
(ethanethiol) - VOC 2.3 62.13
Ethylbenzene -
HAP/VOC 4.6 106.16
Ethylene dibromide -
HAP/VOC 1.0E-03 187.88
Fluorotrichloromethane -
VOC 0.76 137.38
Hexane - HAP/VOC 6.6 86.18
Hydrogen sulfide 36 34.08
Mercury (total) - HAP 2.9E-04 200.61
Methyl ethyl ketone -
HAP/VOC 7.1 72.11
Methyl isobutyl ketone -
HAP/VOC 1.9 100.16
Methyl mercaptan - VOC
2.5 48.11
Pentane - VOC 3.3 72.15
Perchloroethylene
(tetrachloroethylene) -
HAP 3.7 165.83
Propane - VOC 11 44.09
t-1,2-Dichloroethene -
VOC 2.8 96.94
Toluene - No or
Unknown Co-disposal -
HAP/VOC 39 92.13
Toluene - Co-disposal -
HAP/VOC 170 92.13
Trichloroethylene
(trichloroethene) -
Pollutants

HAP/VOC 2.8 131.40
Vinyl chloride -
HAP/VOC 7.3 62.50
Xylenes - HAP/VOC 12 106.16

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Graphs

Megagrams Per Year

3.500E+03

3.000E+03

2.500E+03
Emissions

2.000E+03

1.500E+03

1.000E+03

5.000E+02

0.000E+00

Year

Total landfill gas Methane Carbon dioxide NMOC

Cubic Meters Per Year

3.000E+06

2.500E+06

2.000E+06
Emissions

1.500E+06

1.000E+06

5.000E+05

0.000E+00

Year

Total landfill gas Methane Carbon dioxide NMOC

User-specified Unit (units shown in legend below)

9.000E+07
8.000E+07
7.000E+07
6.000E+07
Emissions

5.000E+07
4.000E+07
3.000E+07
2.000E+07
1.000E+07
0.000E+00

Year

Total landfill gas (ft^3/year) Methane (ft^3/year)

Carbon dioxide (ft^3/year) NMOC (ft^3/year)

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Results
Total landfill gas Methane
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
1963 0 0 0 0 0 0
1964 3.737E+02 2.992E+05 1.057E+07 9.981E+01 1.496E+05 5.284E+06
1965 7.291E+02 5.839E+05 2.062E+07 1.948E+02 2.919E+05 1.031E+07
1966 1.067E+03 8.546E+05 3.018E+07 2.851E+02 4.273E+05 1.509E+07
1967 1.389E+03 1.112E+06 3.928E+07 3.710E+02 5.561E+05 1.964E+07
1968 1.695E+03 1.357E+06 4.793E+07 4.527E+02 6.786E+05 2.396E+07
1969 1.986E+03 1.590E+06 5.616E+07 5.304E+02 7.951E+05 2.808E+07
1970 2.263E+03 1.812E+06 6.398E+07 6.044E+02 9.059E+05 3.199E+07
1971 2.526E+03 2.023E+06 7.143E+07 6.747E+02 1.011E+06 3.572E+07
1972 2.776E+03 2.223E+06 7.851E+07 7.416E+02 1.112E+06 3.926E+07
1973 3.015E+03 2.414E+06 8.525E+07 8.053E+02 1.207E+06 4.263E+07
1974 2.868E+03 2.296E+06 8.109E+07 7.660E+02 1.148E+06 4.055E+07
1975 2.728E+03 2.184E+06 7.714E+07 7.286E+02 1.092E+06 3.857E+07
1976 2.595E+03 2.078E+06 7.338E+07 6.931E+02 1.039E+06 3.669E+07
1977 2.468E+03 1.976E+06 6.980E+07 6.593E+02 9.882E+05 3.490E+07
1978 2.348E+03 1.880E+06 6.639E+07 6.271E+02 9.400E+05 3.320E+07
1979 2.233E+03 1.788E+06 6.316E+07 5.966E+02 8.942E+05 3.158E+07
1980 2.124E+03 1.701E+06 6.008E+07 5.675E+02 8.506E+05 3.004E+07
1981 2.021E+03 1.618E+06 5.715E+07 5.398E+02 8.091E+05 2.857E+07
1982 1.922E+03 1.539E+06 5.436E+07 5.135E+02 7.696E+05 2.718E+07
1983 1.829E+03 1.464E+06 5.171E+07 4.884E+02 7.321E+05 2.585E+07
1984 1.739E+03 1.393E+06 4.919E+07 4.646E+02 6.964E+05 2.459E+07
1985 1.655E+03 1.325E+06 4.679E+07 4.419E+02 6.624E+05 2.339E+07
1986 1.574E+03 1.260E+06 4.451E+07 4.204E+02 6.301E+05 2.225E+07
1987 1.497E+03 1.199E+06 4.234E+07 3.999E+02 5.994E+05 2.117E+07
1988 1.424E+03 1.140E+06 4.027E+07 3.804E+02 5.702E+05 2.014E+07
1989 1.355E+03 1.085E+06 3.831E+07 3.618E+02 5.424E+05 1.915E+07
1990 1.289E+03 1.032E+06 3.644E+07 3.442E+02 5.159E+05 1.822E+07
1991 1.226E+03 9.815E+05 3.466E+07 3.274E+02 4.907E+05 1.733E+07
1992 1.166E+03 9.336E+05 3.297E+07 3.114E+02 4.668E+05 1.649E+07
1993 1.109E+03 8.881E+05 3.136E+07 2.962E+02 4.440E+05 1.568E+07
1994 1.055E+03 8.448E+05 2.983E+07 2.818E+02 4.224E+05 1.492E+07
1995 1.004E+03 8.036E+05 2.838E+07 2.681E+02 4.018E+05 1.419E+07
1996 9.546E+02 7.644E+05 2.699E+07 2.550E+02 3.822E+05 1.350E+07
1997 9.080E+02 7.271E+05 2.568E+07 2.425E+02 3.636E+05 1.284E+07
1998 8.637E+02 6.916E+05 2.443E+07 2.307E+02 3.458E+05 1.221E+07
1999 8.216E+02 6.579E+05 2.323E+07 2.195E+02 3.290E+05 1.162E+07
2000 7.815E+02 6.258E+05 2.210E+07 2.088E+02 3.129E+05 1.105E+07
2001 7.434E+02 5.953E+05 2.102E+07 1.986E+02 2.976E+05 1.051E+07
2002 7.072E+02 5.663E+05 2.000E+07 1.889E+02 2.831E+05 9.999E+06
2003 6.727E+02 5.386E+05 1.902E+07 1.797E+02 2.693E+05 9.511E+06
2004 6.399E+02 5.124E+05 1.809E+07 1.709E+02 2.562E+05 9.047E+06
2005 6.087E+02 4.874E+05 1.721E+07 1.626E+02 2.437E+05 8.606E+06
2006 5.790E+02 4.636E+05 1.637E+07 1.547E+02 2.318E+05 8.186E+06
2007 5.507E+02 4.410E+05 1.557E+07 1.471E+02 2.205E+05 7.787E+06
2008 5.239E+02 4.195E+05 1.481E+07 1.399E+02 2.098E+05 7.407E+06
2009 4.983E+02 3.990E+05 1.409E+07 1.331E+02 1.995E+05 7.046E+06
2010 4.740E+02 3.796E+05 1.340E+07 1.266E+02 1.898E+05 6.702E+06
2011 4.509E+02 3.611E+05 1.275E+07 1.204E+02 1.805E+05 6.376E+06
2012 4.289E+02 3.435E+05 1.213E+07 1.146E+02 1.717E+05 6.065E+06

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Results (Continued)
Total landfill gas Methane
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
2013 4.080E+02 3.267E+05 1.154E+07 1.090E+02 1.634E+05 5.769E+06
2014 3.881E+02 3.108E+05 1.097E+07 1.037E+02 1.554E+05 5.487E+06
2015 3.692E+02 2.956E+05 1.044E+07 9.861E+01 1.478E+05 5.220E+06
2016 3.512E+02 2.812E+05 9.931E+06 9.380E+01 1.406E+05 4.965E+06
2017 3.340E+02 2.675E+05 9.446E+06 8.923E+01 1.337E+05 4.723E+06
2018 3.178E+02 2.544E+05 8.986E+06 8.487E+01 1.272E+05 4.493E+06
2019 3.023E+02 2.420E+05 8.547E+06 8.074E+01 1.210E+05 4.274E+06
2020 2.875E+02 2.302E+05 8.130E+06 7.680E+01 1.151E+05 4.065E+06
2021 2.735E+02 2.190E+05 7.734E+06 7.305E+01 1.095E+05 3.867E+06
2022 2.602E+02 2.083E+05 7.357E+06 6.949E+01 1.042E+05 3.678E+06
2023 2.475E+02 1.982E+05 6.998E+06 6.610E+01 9.908E+04 3.499E+06
2024 2.354E+02 1.885E+05 6.657E+06 6.288E+01 9.425E+04 3.328E+06
2025 2.239E+02 1.793E+05 6.332E+06 5.981E+01 8.965E+04 3.166E+06
2026 2.130E+02 1.706E+05 6.023E+06 5.689E+01 8.528E+04 3.012E+06
2027 2.026E+02 1.622E+05 5.729E+06 5.412E+01 8.112E+04 2.865E+06
2028 1.927E+02 1.543E+05 5.450E+06 5.148E+01 7.716E+04 2.725E+06
2029 1.833E+02 1.468E+05 5.184E+06 4.897E+01 7.340E+04 2.592E+06
2030 1.744E+02 1.396E+05 4.931E+06 4.658E+01 6.982E+04 2.466E+06
2031 1.659E+02 1.328E+05 4.691E+06 4.431E+01 6.641E+04 2.345E+06
2032 1.578E+02 1.264E+05 4.462E+06 4.215E+01 6.318E+04 2.231E+06
2033 1.501E+02 1.202E+05 4.244E+06 4.009E+01 6.009E+04 2.122E+06
2034 1.428E+02 1.143E+05 4.037E+06 3.814E+01 5.716E+04 2.019E+06
2035 1.358E+02 1.088E+05 3.841E+06 3.628E+01 5.438E+04 1.920E+06
2036 1.292E+02 1.034E+05 3.653E+06 3.451E+01 5.172E+04 1.827E+06
2037 1.229E+02 9.840E+04 3.475E+06 3.282E+01 4.920E+04 1.738E+06
2038 1.169E+02 9.360E+04 3.306E+06 3.122E+01 4.680E+04 1.653E+06
2039 1.112E+02 8.904E+04 3.144E+06 2.970E+01 4.452E+04 1.572E+06
2040 1.058E+02 8.470E+04 2.991E+06 2.825E+01 4.235E+04 1.496E+06
2041 1.006E+02 8.056E+04 2.845E+06 2.687E+01 4.028E+04 1.423E+06
2042 9.570E+01 7.664E+04 2.706E+06 2.556E+01 3.832E+04 1.353E+06
2043 9.104E+01 7.290E+04 2.574E+06 2.432E+01 3.645E+04 1.287E+06
2044 8.660E+01 6.934E+04 2.449E+06 2.313E+01 3.467E+04 1.224E+06
2045 8.237E+01 6.596E+04 2.329E+06 2.200E+01 3.298E+04 1.165E+06
2046 7.836E+01 6.274E+04 2.216E+06 2.093E+01 3.137E+04 1.108E+06
2047 7.453E+01 5.968E+04 2.108E+06 1.991E+01 2.984E+04 1.054E+06
2048 7.090E+01 5.677E+04 2.005E+06 1.894E+01 2.839E+04 1.002E+06
2049 6.744E+01 5.400E+04 1.907E+06 1.801E+01 2.700E+04 9.536E+05
2050 6.415E+01 5.137E+04 1.814E+06 1.714E+01 2.569E+04 9.071E+05
2051 6.102E+01 4.887E+04 1.726E+06 1.630E+01 2.443E+04 8.628E+05
2052 5.805E+01 4.648E+04 1.642E+06 1.551E+01 2.324E+04 8.208E+05
2053 5.522E+01 4.422E+04 1.561E+06 1.475E+01 2.211E+04 7.807E+05
2054 5.252E+01 4.206E+04 1.485E+06 1.403E+01 2.103E+04 7.426E+05
2055 4.996E+01 4.001E+04 1.413E+06 1.335E+01 2.000E+04 7.064E+05
2056 4.753E+01 3.806E+04 1.344E+06 1.269E+01 1.903E+04 6.720E+05
2057 4.521E+01 3.620E+04 1.278E+06 1.208E+01 1.810E+04 6.392E+05
2058 4.300E+01 3.443E+04 1.216E+06 1.149E+01 1.722E+04 6.080E+05
2059 4.091E+01 3.276E+04 1.157E+06 1.093E+01 1.638E+04 5.784E+05
2060 3.891E+01 3.116E+04 1.100E+06 1.039E+01 1.558E+04 5.502E+05
2061 3.701E+01 2.964E+04 1.047E+06 9.887E+00 1.482E+04 5.233E+05
2062 3.521E+01 2.819E+04 9.956E+05 9.404E+00 1.410E+04 4.978E+05
2063 3.349E+01 2.682E+04 9.471E+05 8.946E+00 1.341E+04 4.735E+05

REPORT - 9
Unnamed Area Calc-landgem-v302 9/17/2013

Results (Continued)
Total landfill gas Methane
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
2064 3.186E+01 2.551E+04 9.009E+05 8.509E+00 1.275E+04 4.504E+05
2065 3.030E+01 2.427E+04 8.569E+05 8.094E+00 1.213E+04 4.285E+05
2066 2.883E+01 2.308E+04 8.151E+05 7.700E+00 1.154E+04 4.076E+05
2067 2.742E+01 2.196E+04 7.754E+05 7.324E+00 1.098E+04 3.877E+05
2068 2.608E+01 2.089E+04 7.376E+05 6.967E+00 1.044E+04 3.688E+05
2069 2.481E+01 1.987E+04 7.016E+05 6.627E+00 9.934E+03 3.508E+05
2070 2.360E+01 1.890E+04 6.674E+05 6.304E+00 9.449E+03 3.337E+05
2071 2.245E+01 1.798E+04 6.348E+05 5.996E+00 8.988E+03 3.174E+05
2072 2.135E+01 1.710E+04 6.039E+05 5.704E+00 8.550E+03 3.019E+05
2073 2.031E+01 1.627E+04 5.744E+05 5.426E+00 8.133E+03 2.872E+05
2074 1.932E+01 1.547E+04 5.464E+05 5.161E+00 7.736E+03 2.732E+05
2075 1.838E+01 1.472E+04 5.198E+05 4.910E+00 7.359E+03 2.599E+05
2076 1.748E+01 1.400E+04 4.944E+05 4.670E+00 7.000E+03 2.472E+05
2077 1.663E+01 1.332E+04 4.703E+05 4.442E+00 6.659E+03 2.352E+05
2078 1.582E+01 1.267E+04 4.474E+05 4.226E+00 6.334E+03 2.237E+05
2079 1.505E+01 1.205E+04 4.255E+05 4.020E+00 6.025E+03 2.128E+05
2080 1.431E+01 1.146E+04 4.048E+05 3.824E+00 5.731E+03 2.024E+05
2081 1.362E+01 1.090E+04 3.850E+05 3.637E+00 5.452E+03 1.925E+05
2082 1.295E+01 1.037E+04 3.663E+05 3.460E+00 5.186E+03 1.831E+05
2083 1.232E+01 9.866E+03 3.484E+05 3.291E+00 4.933E+03 1.742E+05
2084 1.172E+01 9.385E+03 3.314E+05 3.130E+00 4.692E+03 1.657E+05
2085 1.115E+01 8.927E+03 3.153E+05 2.978E+00 4.463E+03 1.576E+05
2086 1.060E+01 8.491E+03 2.999E+05 2.833E+00 4.246E+03 1.499E+05
2087 1.009E+01 8.077E+03 2.853E+05 2.694E+00 4.039E+03 1.426E+05
2088 9.595E+00 7.683E+03 2.713E+05 2.563E+00 3.842E+03 1.357E+05
2089 9.127E+00 7.309E+03 2.581E+05 2.438E+00 3.654E+03 1.291E+05
2090 8.682E+00 6.952E+03 2.455E+05 2.319E+00 3.476E+03 1.228E+05
2091 8.259E+00 6.613E+03 2.335E+05 2.206E+00 3.307E+03 1.168E+05
2092 7.856E+00 6.291E+03 2.222E+05 2.098E+00 3.145E+03 1.111E+05
2093 7.473E+00 5.984E+03 2.113E+05 1.996E+00 2.992E+03 1.057E+05
2094 7.108E+00 5.692E+03 2.010E+05 1.899E+00 2.846E+03 1.005E+05
2095 6.762E+00 5.414E+03 1.912E+05 1.806E+00 2.707E+03 9.560E+04
2096 6.432E+00 5.150E+03 1.819E+05 1.718E+00 2.575E+03 9.094E+04
2097 6.118E+00 4.899E+03 1.730E+05 1.634E+00 2.450E+03 8.651E+04
2098 5.820E+00 4.660E+03 1.646E+05 1.555E+00 2.330E+03 8.229E+04
2099 5.536E+00 4.433E+03 1.565E+05 1.479E+00 2.216E+03 7.827E+04
2100 5.266E+00 4.217E+03 1.489E+05 1.407E+00 2.108E+03 7.446E+04
2101 5.009E+00 4.011E+03 1.417E+05 1.338E+00 2.006E+03 7.083E+04
2102 4.765E+00 3.815E+03 1.347E+05 1.273E+00 1.908E+03 6.737E+04
2103 4.532E+00 3.629E+03 1.282E+05 1.211E+00 1.815E+03 6.409E+04

REPORT - 10
Unnamed Area Calc-landgem-v302 9/17/2013

Results (Continued)
Year Carbon dioxide NMOC
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
1963 0 0 0 0 0 0
1964 2.739E+02 1.496E+05 5.284E+06 1.025E-01 2.859E+01 1.010E+03
1965 5.344E+02 2.919E+05 1.031E+07 2.000E-01 5.579E+01 1.970E+03
1966 7.822E+02 4.273E+05 1.509E+07 2.927E-01 8.166E+01 2.884E+03
1967 1.018E+03 5.561E+05 1.964E+07 3.809E-01 1.063E+02 3.753E+03
1968 1.242E+03 6.786E+05 2.396E+07 4.648E-01 1.297E+02 4.580E+03
1969 1.455E+03 7.951E+05 2.808E+07 5.447E-01 1.520E+02 5.366E+03
1970 1.658E+03 9.059E+05 3.199E+07 6.206E-01 1.731E+02 6.114E+03
1971 1.851E+03 1.011E+06 3.572E+07 6.928E-01 1.933E+02 6.826E+03
1972 2.035E+03 1.112E+06 3.926E+07 7.615E-01 2.125E+02 7.503E+03
1973 2.209E+03 1.207E+06 4.263E+07 8.269E-01 2.307E+02 8.147E+03
1974 2.102E+03 1.148E+06 4.055E+07 7.865E-01 2.194E+02 7.749E+03
1975 1.999E+03 1.092E+06 3.857E+07 7.482E-01 2.087E+02 7.371E+03
1976 1.902E+03 1.039E+06 3.669E+07 7.117E-01 1.986E+02 7.012E+03
1977 1.809E+03 9.882E+05 3.490E+07 6.770E-01 1.889E+02 6.670E+03
1978 1.721E+03 9.400E+05 3.320E+07 6.440E-01 1.797E+02 6.345E+03
1979 1.637E+03 8.942E+05 3.158E+07 6.126E-01 1.709E+02 6.035E+03
1980 1.557E+03 8.506E+05 3.004E+07 5.827E-01 1.626E+02 5.741E+03
1981 1.481E+03 8.091E+05 2.857E+07 5.543E-01 1.546E+02 5.461E+03
1982 1.409E+03 7.696E+05 2.718E+07 5.272E-01 1.471E+02 5.194E+03
1983 1.340E+03 7.321E+05 2.585E+07 5.015E-01 1.399E+02 4.941E+03
1984 1.275E+03 6.964E+05 2.459E+07 4.771E-01 1.331E+02 4.700E+03
1985 1.213E+03 6.624E+05 2.339E+07 4.538E-01 1.266E+02 4.471E+03
1986 1.153E+03 6.301E+05 2.225E+07 4.317E-01 1.204E+02 4.253E+03
1987 1.097E+03 5.994E+05 2.117E+07 4.106E-01 1.146E+02 4.045E+03
1988 1.044E+03 5.702E+05 2.014E+07 3.906E-01 1.090E+02 3.848E+03
1989 9.928E+02 5.424E+05 1.915E+07 3.715E-01 1.037E+02 3.660E+03
1990 9.444E+02 5.159E+05 1.822E+07 3.534E-01 9.860E+01 3.482E+03
1991 8.983E+02 4.907E+05 1.733E+07 3.362E-01 9.379E+01 3.312E+03
1992 8.545E+02 4.668E+05 1.649E+07 3.198E-01 8.921E+01 3.151E+03
1993 8.128E+02 4.440E+05 1.568E+07 3.042E-01 8.486E+01 2.997E+03
1994 7.732E+02 4.224E+05 1.492E+07 2.894E-01 8.072E+01 2.851E+03
1995 7.355E+02 4.018E+05 1.419E+07 2.752E-01 7.679E+01 2.712E+03
1996 6.996E+02 3.822E+05 1.350E+07 2.618E-01 7.304E+01 2.579E+03
1997 6.655E+02 3.636E+05 1.284E+07 2.490E-01 6.948E+01 2.454E+03
1998 6.330E+02 3.458E+05 1.221E+07 2.369E-01 6.609E+01 2.334E+03
1999 6.021E+02 3.290E+05 1.162E+07 2.253E-01 6.287E+01 2.220E+03
2000 5.728E+02 3.129E+05 1.105E+07 2.144E-01 5.980E+01 2.112E+03
2001 5.448E+02 2.976E+05 1.051E+07 2.039E-01 5.689E+01 2.009E+03
2002 5.183E+02 2.831E+05 9.999E+06 1.940E-01 5.411E+01 1.911E+03
2003 4.930E+02 2.693E+05 9.511E+06 1.845E-01 5.147E+01 1.818E+03
2004 4.690E+02 2.562E+05 9.047E+06 1.755E-01 4.896E+01 1.729E+03
2005 4.461E+02 2.437E+05 8.606E+06 1.669E-01 4.657E+01 1.645E+03
2006 4.243E+02 2.318E+05 8.186E+06 1.588E-01 4.430E+01 1.565E+03
2007 4.036E+02 2.205E+05 7.787E+06 1.511E-01 4.214E+01 1.488E+03
2008 3.839E+02 2.098E+05 7.407E+06 1.437E-01 4.009E+01 1.416E+03
2009 3.652E+02 1.995E+05 7.046E+06 1.367E-01 3.813E+01 1.347E+03
2010 3.474E+02 1.898E+05 6.702E+06 1.300E-01 3.627E+01 1.281E+03
2011 3.305E+02 1.805E+05 6.376E+06 1.237E-01 3.450E+01 1.218E+03
2012 3.143E+02 1.717E+05 6.065E+06 1.176E-01 3.282E+01 1.159E+03

REPORT - 11
Unnamed Area Calc-landgem-v302 9/17/2013

Results (Continued)
Carbon dioxide NMOC
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
2013 2.990E+02 1.634E+05 5.769E+06 1.119E-01 3.122E+01 1.103E+03
2014 2.844E+02 1.554E+05 5.487E+06 1.064E-01 2.970E+01 1.049E+03
2015 2.706E+02 1.478E+05 5.220E+06 1.013E-01 2.825E+01 9.976E+02
2016 2.574E+02 1.406E+05 4.965E+06 9.632E-02 2.687E+01 9.489E+02
2017 2.448E+02 1.337E+05 4.723E+06 9.162E-02 2.556E+01 9.027E+02
2018 2.329E+02 1.272E+05 4.493E+06 8.715E-02 2.431E+01 8.586E+02
2019 2.215E+02 1.210E+05 4.274E+06 8.290E-02 2.313E+01 8.168E+02
2020 2.107E+02 1.151E+05 4.065E+06 7.886E-02 2.200E+01 7.769E+02
2021 2.004E+02 1.095E+05 3.867E+06 7.501E-02 2.093E+01 7.390E+02
2022 1.907E+02 1.042E+05 3.678E+06 7.135E-02 1.991E+01 7.030E+02
2023 1.814E+02 9.908E+04 3.499E+06 6.787E-02 1.894E+01 6.687E+02
2024 1.725E+02 9.425E+04 3.328E+06 6.456E-02 1.801E+01 6.361E+02
2025 1.641E+02 8.965E+04 3.166E+06 6.141E-02 1.713E+01 6.051E+02
2026 1.561E+02 8.528E+04 3.012E+06 5.842E-02 1.630E+01 5.756E+02
2027 1.485E+02 8.112E+04 2.865E+06 5.557E-02 1.550E+01 5.475E+02
2028 1.412E+02 7.716E+04 2.725E+06 5.286E-02 1.475E+01 5.208E+02
2029 1.344E+02 7.340E+04 2.592E+06 5.028E-02 1.403E+01 4.954E+02
2030 1.278E+02 6.982E+04 2.466E+06 4.783E-02 1.334E+01 4.712E+02
2031 1.216E+02 6.641E+04 2.345E+06 4.550E-02 1.269E+01 4.482E+02
2032 1.156E+02 6.318E+04 2.231E+06 4.328E-02 1.207E+01 4.264E+02
2033 1.100E+02 6.009E+04 2.122E+06 4.117E-02 1.149E+01 4.056E+02
2034 1.046E+02 5.716E+04 2.019E+06 3.916E-02 1.092E+01 3.858E+02
2035 9.953E+01 5.438E+04 1.920E+06 3.725E-02 1.039E+01 3.670E+02
2036 9.468E+01 5.172E+04 1.827E+06 3.543E-02 9.885E+00 3.491E+02
2037 9.006E+01 4.920E+04 1.738E+06 3.371E-02 9.403E+00 3.321E+02
2038 8.567E+01 4.680E+04 1.653E+06 3.206E-02 8.945E+00 3.159E+02
2039 8.149E+01 4.452E+04 1.572E+06 3.050E-02 8.508E+00 3.005E+02
2040 7.752E+01 4.235E+04 1.496E+06 2.901E-02 8.093E+00 2.858E+02
2041 7.374E+01 4.028E+04 1.423E+06 2.760E-02 7.699E+00 2.719E+02
2042 7.014E+01 3.832E+04 1.353E+06 2.625E-02 7.323E+00 2.586E+02
2043 6.672E+01 3.645E+04 1.287E+06 2.497E-02 6.966E+00 2.460E+02
2044 6.347E+01 3.467E+04 1.224E+06 2.375E-02 6.626E+00 2.340E+02
2045 6.037E+01 3.298E+04 1.165E+06 2.259E-02 6.303E+00 2.226E+02
2046 5.743E+01 3.137E+04 1.108E+06 2.149E-02 5.996E+00 2.117E+02
2047 5.463E+01 2.984E+04 1.054E+06 2.044E-02 5.703E+00 2.014E+02
2048 5.196E+01 2.839E+04 1.002E+06 1.945E-02 5.425E+00 1.916E+02
2049 4.943E+01 2.700E+04 9.536E+05 1.850E-02 5.161E+00 1.822E+02
2050 4.702E+01 2.569E+04 9.071E+05 1.760E-02 4.909E+00 1.734E+02
2051 4.472E+01 2.443E+04 8.628E+05 1.674E-02 4.669E+00 1.649E+02
2052 4.254E+01 2.324E+04 8.208E+05 1.592E-02 4.442E+00 1.569E+02
2053 4.047E+01 2.211E+04 7.807E+05 1.514E-02 4.225E+00 1.492E+02
2054 3.849E+01 2.103E+04 7.426E+05 1.441E-02 4.019E+00 1.419E+02
2055 3.662E+01 2.000E+04 7.064E+05 1.370E-02 3.823E+00 1.350E+02
2056 3.483E+01 1.903E+04 6.720E+05 1.304E-02 3.637E+00 1.284E+02
2057 3.313E+01 1.810E+04 6.392E+05 1.240E-02 3.459E+00 1.222E+02
2058 3.152E+01 1.722E+04 6.080E+05 1.179E-02 3.291E+00 1.162E+02
2059 2.998E+01 1.638E+04 5.784E+05 1.122E-02 3.130E+00 1.105E+02
2060 2.852E+01 1.558E+04 5.502E+05 1.067E-02 2.977E+00 1.051E+02
2061 2.713E+01 1.482E+04 5.233E+05 1.015E-02 2.832E+00 1.000E+02
2062 2.580E+01 1.410E+04 4.978E+05 9.657E-03 2.694E+00 9.514E+01
2063 2.454E+01 1.341E+04 4.735E+05 9.186E-03 2.563E+00 9.050E+01

REPORT - 12
Unnamed Area Calc-landgem-v302 9/17/2013

Results (Continued)
Carbon dioxide NMOC
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
2064 2.335E+01 1.275E+04 4.504E+05 8.738E-03 2.438E+00 8.609E+01
2065 2.221E+01 1.213E+04 4.285E+05 8.312E-03 2.319E+00 8.189E+01
2066 2.113E+01 1.154E+04 4.076E+05 7.906E-03 2.206E+00 7.789E+01
2067 2.010E+01 1.098E+04 3.877E+05 7.521E-03 2.098E+00 7.410E+01
2068 1.912E+01 1.044E+04 3.688E+05 7.154E-03 1.996E+00 7.048E+01
2069 1.818E+01 9.934E+03 3.508E+05 6.805E-03 1.898E+00 6.704E+01
2070 1.730E+01 9.449E+03 3.337E+05 6.473E-03 1.806E+00 6.377E+01
2071 1.645E+01 8.988E+03 3.174E+05 6.157E-03 1.718E+00 6.066E+01
2072 1.565E+01 8.550E+03 3.019E+05 5.857E-03 1.634E+00 5.771E+01
2073 1.489E+01 8.133E+03 2.872E+05 5.571E-03 1.554E+00 5.489E+01
2074 1.416E+01 7.736E+03 2.732E+05 5.300E-03 1.479E+00 5.221E+01
2075 1.347E+01 7.359E+03 2.599E+05 5.041E-03 1.406E+00 4.967E+01
2076 1.281E+01 7.000E+03 2.472E+05 4.795E-03 1.338E+00 4.725E+01
2077 1.219E+01 6.659E+03 2.352E+05 4.562E-03 1.273E+00 4.494E+01
2078 1.159E+01 6.334E+03 2.237E+05 4.339E-03 1.211E+00 4.275E+01
2079 1.103E+01 6.025E+03 2.128E+05 4.127E-03 1.151E+00 4.066E+01
2080 1.049E+01 5.731E+03 2.024E+05 3.926E-03 1.095E+00 3.868E+01
2081 9.979E+00 5.452E+03 1.925E+05 3.735E-03 1.042E+00 3.679E+01
2082 9.493E+00 5.186E+03 1.831E+05 3.553E-03 9.911E-01 3.500E+01
2083 9.030E+00 4.933E+03 1.742E+05 3.379E-03 9.427E-01 3.329E+01
2084 8.589E+00 4.692E+03 1.657E+05 3.214E-03 8.968E-01 3.167E+01
2085 8.170E+00 4.463E+03 1.576E+05 3.058E-03 8.530E-01 3.012E+01
2086 7.772E+00 4.246E+03 1.499E+05 2.909E-03 8.114E-01 2.866E+01
2087 7.393E+00 4.039E+03 1.426E+05 2.767E-03 7.719E-01 2.726E+01
2088 7.032E+00 3.842E+03 1.357E+05 2.632E-03 7.342E-01 2.593E+01
2089 6.689E+00 3.654E+03 1.291E+05 2.503E-03 6.984E-01 2.466E+01
2090 6.363E+00 3.476E+03 1.228E+05 2.381E-03 6.643E-01 2.346E+01
2091 6.053E+00 3.307E+03 1.168E+05 2.265E-03 6.319E-01 2.232E+01
2092 5.758E+00 3.145E+03 1.111E+05 2.155E-03 6.011E-01 2.123E+01
2093 5.477E+00 2.992E+03 1.057E+05 2.050E-03 5.718E-01 2.019E+01
2094 5.210E+00 2.846E+03 1.005E+05 1.950E-03 5.439E-01 1.921E+01
2095 4.956E+00 2.707E+03 9.560E+04 1.855E-03 5.174E-01 1.827E+01
2096 4.714E+00 2.575E+03 9.094E+04 1.764E-03 4.922E-01 1.738E+01
2097 4.484E+00 2.450E+03 8.651E+04 1.678E-03 4.682E-01 1.653E+01
2098 4.265E+00 2.330E+03 8.229E+04 1.596E-03 4.453E-01 1.573E+01
2099 4.057E+00 2.216E+03 7.827E+04 1.518E-03 4.236E-01 1.496E+01
2100 3.859E+00 2.108E+03 7.446E+04 1.444E-03 4.029E-01 1.423E+01
2101 3.671E+00 2.006E+03 7.083E+04 1.374E-03 3.833E-01 1.354E+01
2102 3.492E+00 1.908E+03 6.737E+04 1.307E-03 3.646E-01 1.288E+01
2103 3.322E+00 1.815E+03 6.409E+04 1.243E-03 3.468E-01 1.225E+01

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Summary Report
Landfill Name or Identifier: Colonie Landfill

Date: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Description/Comments:

About LandGEM:

First-Order Decomposition Rate Equation:

Where,
QCH4 = annual methane generation in the year of the calculation (m 3 /year )
i = 1-year time increment Mi = mass of waste accepted in the i th year (Mg )
n = (year of the calculation) - (initial year of waste acceptance) tij = age of the jth section of waste mass M i accepted in the ith year
j = 0.1-year time increment (decimal years , e.g., 3.2 years)
k = methane generation rate (year -1 )
Lo = potential methane generation capacity (m 3 /Mg )

LandGEM is based on a first-order decomposition rate equation for quantifying emissions from the decomposition of landfilled waste in
municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills. The software provides a relatively simple approach to estimating landfill gas emissions. Model defaults
are based on empirical data from U.S. landfills. Field test data can also be used in place of model defaults when available. Further guidance on
EPA test methods, Clean Air Act (CAA) regulations, and other guidance regarding landfill gas emissions and control technology requirements
can be found at http://www.epa.gov/ttnatw01/landfill/landflpg.html.

LandGEM is considered a screening tool — the better the input data, the better the estimates. Often, there are limitations with the available data
regarding waste quantity and composition, variation in design and operating practices over time, and changes occurring over time that impact
the emissions potential. Changes to landfill operation, such as operating under wet conditions through leachate recirculation or other liquid
additions, will result in generating more gas at a faster rate. Defaults for estimating emissions for this type of operation are being developed to
include in LandGEM along with defaults for convential landfills (no leachate or liquid additions) for developing emission inventories and
determining CAA applicability. Refer to the Web site identified above for future updates.

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Input Review
LANDFILL CHARACTERISTICS
Landfill Open Year 1973
Landfill Closure Year (with 80-year limit) 2021
Actual Closure Year (without limit) 2021
Have Model Calculate Closure Year? No
Waste Design Capacity 9,106,641 short tons

MODEL PARAMETERS
Methane Generation Rate, k 0.050 year -1
Potential Methane Generation Capacity, Lo 170 m 3 /Mg
NMOC Concentration 71 ppmv as hexane
Methane Content 50 % by volume

GASES / POLLUTANTS SELECTED
Gas / Pollutant #1: Total landfill gas
Gas / Pollutant #2: Methane
Gas / Pollutant #3: Carbon dioxide
Gas / Pollutant #4: NMOC

WASTE ACCEPTANCE RATES
Waste Accepted Waste-In-Place
Year
(Mg/year) (short tons/year) (Mg) (short tons)
1973 68,932 75,825 0 0
1974 68,932 75,825 68,932 75,825
1975 68,932 75,825 137,864 151,650
1976 68,932 75,825 206,795 227,475
1977 68,932 75,825 275,727 303,300
1978 68,932 75,825 344,659 379,125
1979 68,932 75,825 413,591 454,950
1980 68,932 75,825 482,523 530,775
1981 68,932 75,825 551,455 606,600
1982 126,073 138,680 620,386 682,425
1983 126,073 138,680 746,459 821,105
1984 114,793 126,272 872,532 959,785
1985 139,587 153,546 987,325 1,086,057
1986 160,571 176,628 1,126,912 1,239,603
1987 68,555 75,410 1,287,483 1,416,231
1988 93,476 102,824 1,356,037 1,491,641
1989 105,285 115,813 1,449,514 1,594,465
1990 81,027 89,130 1,554,798 1,710,278
1991 85,282 93,810 1,635,825 1,799,408
1992 86,535 95,189 1,721,107 1,893,218
1993 110,374 121,411 1,807,643 1,988,407
1994 167,715 184,487 1,918,016 2,109,818
1995 153,004 168,304 2,085,732 2,294,305
1996 136,848 150,533 2,238,735 2,462,609
1997 97,925 107,717 2,375,584 2,613,142
1998 134,659 148,125 2,473,508 2,720,859
1999 135,005 148,506 2,608,167 2,868,984
2000 141,810 155,991 2,743,173 3,017,490
2001 125,038 137,542 2,884,983 3,173,481
2002 137,809 151,590 3,010,021 3,311,023
2003 143,857 158,243 3,147,830 3,462,613
2004 123,954 136,349 3,291,687 3,620,856
2005 149,655 164,621 3,415,641 3,757,205
2006 149,655 164,621 3,565,296 3,921,826
2007 120,826 132,909 3,714,952 4,086,447
2008 207,667 228,434 3,835,778 4,219,356
2009 202,026 222,228 4,043,445 4,447,790
2010 186,176 204,794 4,245,471 4,670,018
2011 187,364 206,100 4,431,647 4,874,812
2012 183,220 201,542 4,619,011 5,080,912

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WASTE ACCEPTANCE RATES (Continued)
Waste Accepted Waste-In-Place
Year
(Mg/year) (short tons/year) (Mg) (short tons)
2013 232,309 255,540 4,802,231 5,282,454
2014 232,309 255,540 5,034,540 5,537,994
2015 232,309 255,540 5,266,849 5,793,534
2016 232,309 255,540 5,499,158 6,049,074
2017 232,309 255,540 5,731,467 6,304,614
2018 232,309 255,540 5,963,776 6,560,154
2019 232,309 255,540 6,196,085 6,815,694
2020 232,309 255,540 6,428,395 7,071,234
2021 135,514 149,065 6,660,704 7,326,774
2022 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2023 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2024 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2025 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2026 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2027 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2028 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2029 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2030 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2031 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2032 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2033 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2034 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2035 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2036 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2037 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2038 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2039 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2040 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2041 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2042 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2043 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2044 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2045 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2046 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2047 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2048 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2049 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2050 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2051 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839
2052 0 0 6,796,217 7,475,839

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Pollutant Parameters
Gas / Pollutant Default Parameters: User-specified Pollutant Parameters:
Concentration Concentration
Compound (ppmv ) Molecular Weight (ppmv ) Molecular Weight
Total landfill gas 0.00
Gases

Methane 16.04
Carbon dioxide 44.01
NMOC 4,000 86.18
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
(methyl chloroform) -
HAP 0.48 133.41
1,1,2,2-
Tetrachloroethane -
HAP/VOC 1.1 167.85
1,1-Dichloroethane
(ethylidene dichloride) -
HAP/VOC 2.4 98.97
1,1-Dichloroethene
(vinylidene chloride) -
HAP/VOC 0.20 96.94
1,2-Dichloroethane
(ethylene dichloride) -
HAP/VOC 0.41 98.96
1,2-Dichloropropane
(propylene dichloride) -
HAP/VOC 0.18 112.99
2-Propanol (isopropyl
alcohol) - VOC 50 60.11
Acetone 7.0 58.08
Acrylonitrile - HAP/VOC
6.3 53.06
Benzene - No or
Unknown Co-disposal -
HAP/VOC 1.9 78.11
Benzene - Co-disposal -
HAP/VOC 11 78.11
Pollutants

Bromodichloromethane -
VOC 3.1 163.83
Butane - VOC 5.0 58.12
Carbon disulfide -
HAP/VOC 0.58 76.13
Carbon monoxide 140 28.01
Carbon tetrachloride -
HAP/VOC 4.0E-03 153.84
Carbonyl sulfide -
HAP/VOC 0.49 60.07
Chlorobenzene -
HAP/VOC 0.25 112.56
Chlorodifluoromethane 1.3 86.47
Chloroethane (ethyl
chloride) - HAP/VOC 1.3 64.52
Chloroform - HAP/VOC 0.03 119.39
Chloromethane - VOC 1.2 50.49
Dichlorobenzene - (HAP
for para isomer/VOC)
0.21 147
Dichlorodifluoromethane
16 120.91
Dichlorofluoromethane -
VOC 2.6 102.92
Dichloromethane
(methylene chloride) -
HAP 14 84.94
Dimethyl sulfide (methyl
sulfide) - VOC 7.8 62.13
Ethane 890 30.07
Ethanol - VOC 27 46.08

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Pollutant Parameters (Continued)
Gas / Pollutant Default Parameters: User-specified Pollutant Parameters:
Concentration Concentration
Compound (ppmv ) Molecular Weight (ppmv ) Molecular Weight
Ethyl mercaptan
(ethanethiol) - VOC 2.3 62.13
Ethylbenzene -
HAP/VOC 4.6 106.16
Ethylene dibromide -
HAP/VOC 1.0E-03 187.88
Fluorotrichloromethane -
VOC 0.76 137.38
Hexane - HAP/VOC 6.6 86.18
Hydrogen sulfide 36 34.08
Mercury (total) - HAP 2.9E-04 200.61
Methyl ethyl ketone -
HAP/VOC 7.1 72.11
Methyl isobutyl ketone -
HAP/VOC 1.9 100.16
Methyl mercaptan - VOC
2.5 48.11
Pentane - VOC 3.3 72.15
Perchloroethylene
(tetrachloroethylene) -
HAP 3.7 165.83
Propane - VOC 11 44.09
t-1,2-Dichloroethene -
VOC 2.8 96.94
Toluene - No or
Unknown Co-disposal -
HAP/VOC 39 92.13
Toluene - Co-disposal -
HAP/VOC 170 92.13
Trichloroethylene
(trichloroethene) -
Pollutants

HAP/VOC 2.8 131.40
Vinyl chloride -
HAP/VOC 7.3 62.50
Xylenes - HAP/VOC 12 106.16

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Graphs

Megagrams Per Year

8.000E+04
7.000E+04
6.000E+04
Emissions

5.000E+04
4.000E+04
3.000E+04
2.000E+04
1.000E+04
0.000E+00

Year

Total landfill gas Methane Carbon dioxide NMOC

Cubic Meters Per Year

6.000E+07

5.000E+07

4.000E+07
Emissions

3.000E+07

2.000E+07

1.000E+07

0.000E+00

Year

Total landfill gas Methane Carbon dioxide NMOC

User-specified Unit (units shown in legend below)

2.000E+09
1.800E+09
1.600E+09
1.400E+09
Emissions

1.200E+09
1.000E+09
8.000E+08
6.000E+08
4.000E+08
2.000E+08
0.000E+00

Year

Total landfill gas (ft^3/year) Methane (ft^3/year)

Carbon dioxide (ft^3/year) NMOC (ft^3/year)

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Results
Total landfill gas Methane
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
1973 0 0 0 0 0 0
1974 1.431E+03 1.146E+06 4.047E+07 3.822E+02 5.729E+05 2.023E+07
1975 2.792E+03 2.236E+06 7.896E+07 7.458E+02 1.118E+06 3.948E+07
1976 4.087E+03 3.273E+06 1.156E+08 1.092E+03 1.636E+06 5.779E+07
1977 5.319E+03 4.259E+06 1.504E+08 1.421E+03 2.130E+06 7.520E+07
1978 6.490E+03 5.197E+06 1.835E+08 1.734E+03 2.599E+06 9.177E+07
1979 7.605E+03 6.090E+06 2.151E+08 2.031E+03 3.045E+06 1.075E+08
1980 8.665E+03 6.938E+06 2.450E+08 2.315E+03 3.469E+06 1.225E+08
1981 9.673E+03 7.746E+06 2.735E+08 2.584E+03 3.873E+06 1.368E+08
1982 1.063E+04 8.514E+06 3.007E+08 2.840E+03 4.257E+06 1.503E+08
1983 1.273E+04 1.019E+07 3.600E+08 3.401E+03 5.097E+06 1.800E+08
1984 1.473E+04 1.179E+07 4.165E+08 3.934E+03 5.897E+06 2.082E+08
1985 1.639E+04 1.313E+07 4.636E+08 4.379E+03 6.563E+06 2.318E+08
1986 1.849E+04 1.481E+07 5.229E+08 4.939E+03 7.403E+06 2.614E+08
1987 2.092E+04 1.675E+07 5.917E+08 5.589E+03 8.377E+06 2.958E+08
1988 2.133E+04 1.708E+07 6.030E+08 5.696E+03 8.538E+06 3.015E+08
1989 2.223E+04 1.780E+07 6.285E+08 5.937E+03 8.899E+06 3.143E+08
1990 2.333E+04 1.868E+07 6.597E+08 6.231E+03 9.340E+06 3.298E+08
1991 2.387E+04 1.912E+07 6.751E+08 6.376E+03 9.558E+06 3.375E+08
1992 2.448E+04 1.960E+07 6.922E+08 6.538E+03 9.800E+06 3.461E+08
1993 2.508E+04 2.008E+07 7.092E+08 6.699E+03 1.004E+07 3.546E+08
1994 2.615E+04 2.094E+07 7.395E+08 6.985E+03 1.047E+07 3.697E+08
1995 2.836E+04 2.271E+07 8.018E+08 7.574E+03 1.135E+07 4.009E+08
1996 3.015E+04 2.414E+07 8.526E+08 8.053E+03 1.207E+07 4.263E+08
1997 3.152E+04 2.524E+07 8.913E+08 8.419E+03 1.262E+07 4.457E+08
1998 3.201E+04 2.564E+07 9.053E+08 8.552E+03 1.282E+07 4.527E+08
1999 3.325E+04 2.662E+07 9.402E+08 8.881E+03 1.331E+07 4.701E+08
2000 3.443E+04 2.757E+07 9.736E+08 9.197E+03 1.379E+07 4.868E+08
2001 3.569E+04 2.858E+07 1.009E+09 9.534E+03 1.429E+07 5.047E+08
2002 3.655E+04 2.927E+07 1.034E+09 9.763E+03 1.463E+07 5.168E+08
2003 3.763E+04 3.013E+07 1.064E+09 1.005E+04 1.507E+07 5.320E+08
2004 3.878E+04 3.105E+07 1.097E+09 1.036E+04 1.553E+07 5.483E+08
2005 3.946E+04 3.160E+07 1.116E+09 1.054E+04 1.580E+07 5.580E+08
2006 4.064E+04 3.255E+07 1.149E+09 1.086E+04 1.627E+07 5.747E+08
2007 4.177E+04 3.345E+07 1.181E+09 1.116E+04 1.672E+07 5.906E+08
2008 4.224E+04 3.382E+07 1.194E+09 1.128E+04 1.691E+07 5.972E+08
2009 4.449E+04 3.563E+07 1.258E+09 1.188E+04 1.781E+07 6.291E+08
2010 4.651E+04 3.725E+07 1.315E+09 1.242E+04 1.862E+07 6.577E+08
2011 4.811E+04 3.853E+07 1.361E+09 1.285E+04 1.926E+07 6.803E+08
2012 4.965E+04 3.976E+07 1.404E+09 1.326E+04 1.988E+07 7.021E+08
2013 5.104E+04 4.087E+07 1.443E+09 1.363E+04 2.043E+07 7.216E+08
2014 5.337E+04 4.274E+07 1.509E+09 1.426E+04 2.137E+07 7.546E+08
2015 5.559E+04 4.451E+07 1.572E+09 1.485E+04 2.226E+07 7.860E+08
2016 5.770E+04 4.620E+07 1.632E+09 1.541E+04 2.310E+07 8.159E+08
2017 5.971E+04 4.781E+07 1.689E+09 1.595E+04 2.391E+07 8.443E+08
2018 6.162E+04 4.934E+07 1.743E+09 1.646E+04 2.467E+07 8.713E+08
2019 6.344E+04 5.080E+07 1.794E+09 1.694E+04 2.540E+07 8.970E+08
2020 6.517E+04 5.218E+07 1.843E+09 1.741E+04 2.609E+07 9.214E+08
2021 6.681E+04 5.350E+07 1.889E+09 1.785E+04 2.675E+07 9.447E+08
2022 6.637E+04 5.314E+07 1.877E+09 1.773E+04 2.657E+07 9.384E+08

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Results (Continued)
Total landfill gas Methane
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
2023 6.313E+04 5.055E+07 1.785E+09 1.686E+04 2.528E+07 8.926E+08
2024 6.005E+04 4.809E+07 1.698E+09 1.604E+04 2.404E+07 8.491E+08
2025 5.712E+04 4.574E+07 1.615E+09 1.526E+04 2.287E+07 8.077E+08
2026 5.434E+04 4.351E+07 1.537E+09 1.451E+04 2.175E+07 7.683E+08
2027 5.169E+04 4.139E+07 1.462E+09 1.381E+04 2.069E+07 7.308E+08
2028 4.917E+04 3.937E+07 1.390E+09 1.313E+04 1.968E+07 6.952E+08
2029 4.677E+04 3.745E+07 1.323E+09 1.249E+04 1.872E+07 6.613E+08
2030 4.449E+04 3.562E+07 1.258E+09 1.188E+04 1.781E+07 6.290E+08
2031 4.232E+04 3.389E+07 1.197E+09 1.130E+04 1.694E+07 5.983E+08
2032 4.025E+04 3.223E+07 1.138E+09 1.075E+04 1.612E+07 5.691E+08
2033 3.829E+04 3.066E+07 1.083E+09 1.023E+04 1.533E+07 5.414E+08
2034 3.642E+04 2.917E+07 1.030E+09 9.729E+03 1.458E+07 5.150E+08
2035 3.465E+04 2.774E+07 9.797E+08 9.254E+03 1.387E+07 4.899E+08
2036 3.296E+04 2.639E+07 9.320E+08 8.803E+03 1.319E+07 4.660E+08
2037 3.135E+04 2.510E+07 8.865E+08 8.374E+03 1.255E+07 4.433E+08
2038 2.982E+04 2.388E+07 8.433E+08 7.965E+03 1.194E+07 4.216E+08
2039 2.837E+04 2.271E+07 8.021E+08 7.577E+03 1.136E+07 4.011E+08
2040 2.698E+04 2.161E+07 7.630E+08 7.207E+03 1.080E+07 3.815E+08
2041 2.567E+04 2.055E+07 7.258E+08 6.856E+03 1.028E+07 3.629E+08
2042 2.441E+04 1.955E+07 6.904E+08 6.521E+03 9.775E+06 3.452E+08
2043 2.322E+04 1.860E+07 6.567E+08 6.203E+03 9.298E+06 3.284E+08
2044 2.209E+04 1.769E+07 6.247E+08 5.901E+03 8.845E+06 3.124E+08
2045 2.101E+04 1.683E+07 5.942E+08 5.613E+03 8.413E+06 2.971E+08
2046 1.999E+04 1.601E+07 5.653E+08 5.339E+03 8.003E+06 2.826E+08
2047 1.901E+04 1.523E+07 5.377E+08 5.079E+03 7.613E+06 2.688E+08
2048 1.809E+04 1.448E+07 5.115E+08 4.831E+03 7.242E+06 2.557E+08
2049 1.720E+04 1.378E+07 4.865E+08 4.596E+03 6.888E+06 2.433E+08
2050 1.637E+04 1.310E+07 4.628E+08 4.371E+03 6.552E+06 2.314E+08
2051 1.557E+04 1.247E+07 4.402E+08 4.158E+03 6.233E+06 2.201E+08
2052 1.481E+04 1.186E+07 4.188E+08 3.955E+03 5.929E+06 2.094E+08
2053 1.409E+04 1.128E+07 3.983E+08 3.763E+03 5.640E+06 1.992E+08
2054 1.340E+04 1.073E+07 3.789E+08 3.579E+03 5.365E+06 1.895E+08
2055 1.275E+04 1.021E+07 3.604E+08 3.404E+03 5.103E+06 1.802E+08
2056 1.212E+04 9.708E+06 3.428E+08 3.238E+03 4.854E+06 1.714E+08
2057 1.153E+04 9.235E+06 3.261E+08 3.081E+03 4.617E+06 1.631E+08
2058 1.097E+04 8.784E+06 3.102E+08 2.930E+03 4.392E+06 1.551E+08
2059 1.044E+04 8.356E+06 2.951E+08 2.787E+03 4.178E+06 1.475E+08
2060 9.926E+03 7.948E+06 2.807E+08 2.651E+03 3.974E+06 1.404E+08
2061 9.442E+03 7.561E+06 2.670E+08 2.522E+03 3.780E+06 1.335E+08
2062 8.982E+03 7.192E+06 2.540E+08 2.399E+03 3.596E+06 1.270E+08
2063 8.544E+03 6.841E+06 2.416E+08 2.282E+03 3.421E+06 1.208E+08
2064 8.127E+03 6.508E+06 2.298E+08 2.171E+03 3.254E+06 1.149E+08
2065 7.731E+03 6.190E+06 2.186E+08 2.065E+03 3.095E+06 1.093E+08
2066 7.354E+03 5.888E+06 2.079E+08 1.964E+03 2.944E+06 1.040E+08
2067 6.995E+03 5.601E+06 1.978E+08 1.868E+03 2.801E+06 9.890E+07
2068 6.654E+03 5.328E+06 1.882E+08 1.777E+03 2.664E+06 9.408E+07
2069 6.329E+03 5.068E+06 1.790E+08 1.691E+03 2.534E+06 8.949E+07
2070 6.021E+03 4.821E+06 1.703E+08 1.608E+03 2.411E+06 8.513E+07
2071 5.727E+03 4.586E+06 1.620E+08 1.530E+03 2.293E+06 8.098E+07
2072 5.448E+03 4.362E+06 1.541E+08 1.455E+03 2.181E+06 7.703E+07
2073 5.182E+03 4.149E+06 1.465E+08 1.384E+03 2.075E+06 7.327E+07

REPORT - 9
Area 1 - 6 Landfill Calc-landgem-v302 9/17/2013

Results (Continued)
Total landfill gas Methane
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
2074 4.929E+03 3.947E+06 1.394E+08 1.317E+03 1.974E+06 6.970E+07
2075 4.689E+03 3.755E+06 1.326E+08 1.252E+03 1.877E+06 6.630E+07
2076 4.460E+03 3.571E+06 1.261E+08 1.191E+03 1.786E+06 6.306E+07
2077 4.243E+03 3.397E+06 1.200E+08 1.133E+03 1.699E+06 5.999E+07
2078 4.036E+03 3.232E+06 1.141E+08 1.078E+03 1.616E+06 5.706E+07
2079 3.839E+03 3.074E+06 1.086E+08 1.025E+03 1.537E+06 5.428E+07
2080 3.652E+03 2.924E+06 1.033E+08 9.754E+02 1.462E+06 5.163E+07
2081 3.474E+03 2.781E+06 9.823E+07 9.278E+02 1.391E+06 4.911E+07
2082 3.304E+03 2.646E+06 9.344E+07 8.826E+02 1.323E+06 4.672E+07
2083 3.143E+03 2.517E+06 8.888E+07 8.395E+02 1.258E+06 4.444E+07
2084 2.990E+03 2.394E+06 8.455E+07 7.986E+02 1.197E+06 4.227E+07
2085 2.844E+03 2.277E+06 8.042E+07 7.596E+02 1.139E+06 4.021E+07
2086 2.705E+03 2.166E+06 7.650E+07 7.226E+02 1.083E+06 3.825E+07
2087 2.573E+03 2.061E+06 7.277E+07 6.874E+02 1.030E+06 3.638E+07
2088 2.448E+03 1.960E+06 6.922E+07 6.538E+02 9.800E+05 3.461E+07
2089 2.328E+03 1.864E+06 6.584E+07 6.219E+02 9.322E+05 3.292E+07
2090 2.215E+03 1.774E+06 6.263E+07 5.916E+02 8.868E+05 3.132E+07
2091 2.107E+03 1.687E+06 5.958E+07 5.628E+02 8.435E+05 2.979E+07
2092 2.004E+03 1.605E+06 5.667E+07 5.353E+02 8.024E+05 2.834E+07
2093 1.906E+03 1.527E+06 5.391E+07 5.092E+02 7.633E+05 2.695E+07
2094 1.813E+03 1.452E+06 5.128E+07 4.844E+02 7.260E+05 2.564E+07
2095 1.725E+03 1.381E+06 4.878E+07 4.607E+02 6.906E+05 2.439E+07
2096 1.641E+03 1.314E+06 4.640E+07 4.383E+02 6.569E+05 2.320E+07
2097 1.561E+03 1.250E+06 4.414E+07 4.169E+02 6.249E+05 2.207E+07
2098 1.485E+03 1.189E+06 4.198E+07 3.966E+02 5.944E+05 2.099E+07
2099 1.412E+03 1.131E+06 3.994E+07 3.772E+02 5.654E+05 1.997E+07
2100 1.343E+03 1.076E+06 3.799E+07 3.588E+02 5.379E+05 1.899E+07
2101 1.278E+03 1.023E+06 3.614E+07 3.413E+02 5.116E+05 1.807E+07
2102 1.216E+03 9.733E+05 3.437E+07 3.247E+02 4.867E+05 1.719E+07
2103 1.156E+03 9.259E+05 3.270E+07 3.088E+02 4.629E+05 1.635E+07
2104 1.100E+03 8.807E+05 3.110E+07 2.938E+02 4.404E+05 1.555E+07
2105 1.046E+03 8.378E+05 2.959E+07 2.795E+02 4.189E+05 1.479E+07
2106 9.952E+02 7.969E+05 2.814E+07 2.658E+02 3.985E+05 1.407E+07
2107 9.467E+02 7.580E+05 2.677E+07 2.529E+02 3.790E+05 1.339E+07
2108 9.005E+02 7.211E+05 2.546E+07 2.405E+02 3.605E+05 1.273E+07
2109 8.566E+02 6.859E+05 2.422E+07 2.288E+02 3.430E+05 1.211E+07
2110 8.148E+02 6.525E+05 2.304E+07 2.176E+02 3.262E+05 1.152E+07
2111 7.751E+02 6.206E+05 2.192E+07 2.070E+02 3.103E+05 1.096E+07
2112 7.373E+02 5.904E+05 2.085E+07 1.969E+02 2.952E+05 1.042E+07
2113 7.013E+02 5.616E+05 1.983E+07 1.873E+02 2.808E+05 9.916E+06

REPORT - 10
Area 1 - 6 Landfill Calc-landgem-v302 9/17/2013

Results (Continued)
Year Carbon dioxide NMOC
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
1973 0 0 0 0 0 0
1974 1.049E+03 5.729E+05 2.023E+07 2.933E-01 8.182E+01 2.889E+03
1975 2.046E+03 1.118E+06 3.948E+07 5.722E-01 1.596E+02 5.638E+03
1976 2.995E+03 1.636E+06 5.779E+07 8.376E-01 2.337E+02 8.252E+03
1977 3.898E+03 2.130E+06 7.520E+07 1.090E+00 3.041E+02 1.074E+04
1978 4.757E+03 2.599E+06 9.177E+07 1.330E+00 3.711E+02 1.310E+04
1979 5.573E+03 3.045E+06 1.075E+08 1.559E+00 4.348E+02 1.535E+04
1980 6.350E+03 3.469E+06 1.225E+08 1.776E+00 4.954E+02 1.750E+04
1981 7.090E+03 3.873E+06 1.368E+08 1.982E+00 5.531E+02 1.953E+04
1982 7.793E+03 4.257E+06 1.503E+08 2.179E+00 6.079E+02 2.147E+04
1983 9.331E+03 5.097E+06 1.800E+08 2.609E+00 7.279E+02 2.571E+04
1984 1.079E+04 5.897E+06 2.082E+08 3.018E+00 8.420E+02 2.974E+04
1985 1.201E+04 6.563E+06 2.318E+08 3.359E+00 9.372E+02 3.310E+04
1986 1.355E+04 7.403E+06 2.614E+08 3.789E+00 1.057E+03 3.733E+04
1987 1.533E+04 8.377E+06 2.958E+08 4.288E+00 1.196E+03 4.224E+04
1988 1.563E+04 8.538E+06 3.015E+08 4.370E+00 1.219E+03 4.306E+04
1989 1.629E+04 8.899E+06 3.143E+08 4.555E+00 1.271E+03 4.488E+04
1990 1.710E+04 9.340E+06 3.298E+08 4.781E+00 1.334E+03 4.710E+04
1991 1.750E+04 9.558E+06 3.375E+08 4.892E+00 1.365E+03 4.820E+04
1992 1.794E+04 9.800E+06 3.461E+08 5.016E+00 1.400E+03 4.942E+04
1993 1.838E+04 1.004E+07 3.546E+08 5.140E+00 1.434E+03 5.064E+04
1994 1.916E+04 1.047E+07 3.697E+08 5.359E+00 1.495E+03 5.280E+04
1995 2.078E+04 1.135E+07 4.009E+08 5.811E+00 1.621E+03 5.725E+04
1996 2.210E+04 1.207E+07 4.263E+08 6.179E+00 1.724E+03 6.087E+04
1997 2.310E+04 1.262E+07 4.457E+08 6.459E+00 1.802E+03 6.364E+04
1998 2.346E+04 1.282E+07 4.527E+08 6.561E+00 1.830E+03 6.464E+04
1999 2.437E+04 1.331E+07 4.701E+08 6.814E+00 1.901E+03 6.713E+04
2000 2.523E+04 1.379E+07 4.868E+08 7.056E+00 1.969E+03 6.952E+04
2001 2.616E+04 1.429E+07 5.047E+08 7.315E+00 2.041E+03 7.207E+04
2002 2.679E+04 1.463E+07 5.168E+08 7.490E+00 2.090E+03 7.380E+04
2003 2.758E+04 1.507E+07 5.320E+08 7.711E+00 2.151E+03 7.597E+04
2004 2.842E+04 1.553E+07 5.483E+08 7.947E+00 2.217E+03 7.830E+04
2005 2.892E+04 1.580E+07 5.580E+08 8.087E+00 2.256E+03 7.968E+04
2006 2.979E+04 1.627E+07 5.747E+08 8.329E+00 2.324E+03 8.206E+04
2007 3.061E+04 1.672E+07 5.906E+08 8.560E+00 2.388E+03 8.433E+04
2008 3.096E+04 1.691E+07 5.972E+08 8.656E+00 2.415E+03 8.529E+04
2009 3.261E+04 1.781E+07 6.291E+08 9.118E+00 2.544E+03 8.983E+04
2010 3.409E+04 1.862E+07 6.577E+08 9.533E+00 2.659E+03 9.392E+04
2011 3.526E+04 1.926E+07 6.803E+08 9.860E+00 2.751E+03 9.714E+04
2012 3.639E+04 1.988E+07 7.021E+08 1.018E+01 2.839E+03 1.003E+05
2013 3.740E+04 2.043E+07 7.216E+08 1.046E+01 2.918E+03 1.030E+05
2014 3.911E+04 2.137E+07 7.546E+08 1.094E+01 3.051E+03 1.078E+05
2015 4.074E+04 2.226E+07 7.860E+08 1.139E+01 3.178E+03 1.122E+05
2016 4.229E+04 2.310E+07 8.159E+08 1.183E+01 3.299E+03 1.165E+05
2017 4.376E+04 2.391E+07 8.443E+08 1.224E+01 3.414E+03 1.206E+05
2018 4.516E+04 2.467E+07 8.713E+08 1.263E+01 3.523E+03 1.244E+05
2019 4.649E+04 2.540E+07 8.970E+08 1.300E+01 3.627E+03 1.281E+05
2020 4.776E+04 2.609E+07 9.214E+08 1.336E+01 3.726E+03 1.316E+05
2021 4.897E+04 2.675E+07 9.447E+08 1.369E+01 3.820E+03 1.349E+05
2022 4.864E+04 2.657E+07 9.384E+08 1.360E+01 3.794E+03 1.340E+05

REPORT - 11
Area 1 - 6 Landfill Calc-landgem-v302 9/17/2013

Results (Continued)
Carbon dioxide NMOC
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
2023 4.627E+04 2.528E+07 8.926E+08 1.294E+01 3.609E+03 1.275E+05
2024 4.401E+04 2.404E+07 8.491E+08 1.231E+01 3.433E+03 1.212E+05
2025 4.186E+04 2.287E+07 8.077E+08 1.171E+01 3.266E+03 1.153E+05
2026 3.982E+04 2.175E+07 7.683E+08 1.114E+01 3.107E+03 1.097E+05
2027 3.788E+04 2.069E+07 7.308E+08 1.059E+01 2.955E+03 1.044E+05
2028 3.603E+04 1.968E+07 6.952E+08 1.008E+01 2.811E+03 9.927E+04
2029 3.428E+04 1.872E+07 6.613E+08 9.584E+00 2.674E+03 9.443E+04
2030 3.260E+04 1.781E+07 6.290E+08 9.117E+00 2.543E+03 8.982E+04
2031 3.101E+04 1.694E+07 5.983E+08 8.672E+00 2.419E+03 8.544E+04
2032 2.950E+04 1.612E+07 5.691E+08 8.249E+00 2.301E+03 8.127E+04
2033 2.806E+04 1.533E+07 5.414E+08 7.847E+00 2.189E+03 7.731E+04
2034 2.669E+04 1.458E+07 5.150E+08 7.464E+00 2.082E+03 7.354E+04
2035 2.539E+04 1.387E+07 4.899E+08 7.100E+00 1.981E+03 6.995E+04
2036 2.415E+04 1.319E+07 4.660E+08 6.754E+00 1.884E+03 6.654E+04
2037 2.298E+04 1.255E+07 4.433E+08 6.425E+00 1.792E+03 6.330E+04
2038 2.185E+04 1.194E+07 4.216E+08 6.111E+00 1.705E+03 6.021E+04
2039 2.079E+04 1.136E+07 4.011E+08 5.813E+00 1.622E+03 5.727E+04
2040 1.978E+04 1.080E+07 3.815E+08 5.530E+00 1.543E+03 5.448E+04
2041 1.881E+04 1.028E+07 3.629E+08 5.260E+00 1.467E+03 5.182E+04
2042 1.789E+04 9.775E+06 3.452E+08 5.003E+00 1.396E+03 4.930E+04
2043 1.702E+04 9.298E+06 3.284E+08 4.759E+00 1.328E+03 4.689E+04
2044 1.619E+04 8.845E+06 3.124E+08 4.527E+00 1.263E+03 4.460E+04
2045 1.540E+04 8.413E+06 2.971E+08 4.307E+00 1.201E+03 4.243E+04
2046 1.465E+04 8.003E+06 2.826E+08 4.097E+00 1.143E+03 4.036E+04
2047 1.394E+04 7.613E+06 2.688E+08 3.897E+00 1.087E+03 3.839E+04
2048 1.326E+04 7.242E+06 2.557E+08 3.707E+00 1.034E+03 3.652E+04
2049 1.261E+04 6.888E+06 2.433E+08 3.526E+00 9.837E+02 3.474E+04
2050 1.199E+04 6.552E+06 2.314E+08 3.354E+00 9.357E+02 3.304E+04
2051 1.141E+04 6.233E+06 2.201E+08 3.190E+00 8.901E+02 3.143E+04
2052 1.085E+04 5.929E+06 2.094E+08 3.035E+00 8.466E+02 2.990E+04
2053 1.032E+04 5.640E+06 1.992E+08 2.887E+00 8.054E+02 2.844E+04
2054 9.820E+03 5.365E+06 1.895E+08 2.746E+00 7.661E+02 2.705E+04
2055 9.341E+03 5.103E+06 1.802E+08 2.612E+00 7.287E+02 2.573E+04
2056 8.886E+03 4.854E+06 1.714E+08 2.485E+00 6.932E+02 2.448E+04
2057 8.452E+03 4.617E+06 1.631E+08 2.363E+00 6.594E+02 2.329E+04
2058 8.040E+03 4.392E+06 1.551E+08 2.248E+00 6.272E+02 2.215E+04
2059 7.648E+03 4.178E+06 1.475E+08 2.139E+00 5.966E+02 2.107E+04
2060 7.275E+03 3.974E+06 1.404E+08 2.034E+00 5.675E+02 2.004E+04
2061 6.920E+03 3.780E+06 1.335E+08 1.935E+00 5.398E+02 1.906E+04
2062 6.583E+03 3.596E+06 1.270E+08 1.841E+00 5.135E+02 1.813E+04
2063 6.262E+03 3.421E+06 1.208E+08 1.751E+00 4.885E+02 1.725E+04
2064 5.956E+03 3.254E+06 1.149E+08 1.666E+00 4.646E+02 1.641E+04
2065 5.666E+03 3.095E+06 1.093E+08 1.584E+00 4.420E+02 1.561E+04
2066 5.389E+03 2.944E+06 1.040E+08 1.507E+00 4.204E+02 1.485E+04
2067 5.127E+03 2.801E+06 9.890E+07 1.434E+00 3.999E+02 1.412E+04
2068 4.876E+03 2.664E+06 9.408E+07 1.364E+00 3.804E+02 1.343E+04
2069 4.639E+03 2.534E+06 8.949E+07 1.297E+00 3.619E+02 1.278E+04
2070 4.412E+03 2.411E+06 8.513E+07 1.234E+00 3.442E+02 1.216E+04
2071 4.197E+03 2.293E+06 8.098E+07 1.174E+00 3.274E+02 1.156E+04
2072 3.993E+03 2.181E+06 7.703E+07 1.116E+00 3.115E+02 1.100E+04
2073 3.798E+03 2.075E+06 7.327E+07 1.062E+00 2.963E+02 1.046E+04

REPORT - 12
Area 1 - 6 Landfill Calc-landgem-v302 9/17/2013

Results (Continued)
Carbon dioxide NMOC
Year
(Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year) (Mg/year) (m 3 /year) (ft^3/year)
2074 3.613E+03 1.974E+06 6.970E+07 1.010E+00 2.818E+02 9.953E+03
2075 3.436E+03 1.877E+06 6.630E+07 9.609E-01 2.681E+02 9.467E+03
2076 3.269E+03 1.786E+06 6.306E+07 9.141E-01 2.550E+02 9.005E+03
2077 3.109E+03 1.699E+06 5.999E+07 8.695E-01 2.426E+02 8.566E+03
2078 2.958E+03 1.616E+06 5.706E+07 8.271E-01 2.307E+02 8.148E+03
2079 2.813E+03 1.537E+06 5.428E+07 7.867E-01 2.195E+02 7.751E+03
2080 2.676E+03 1.462E+06 5.163E+07 7.484E-01 2.088E+02 7.373E+03
2081 2.546E+03 1.391E+06 4.911E+07 7.119E-01 1.986E+02 7.013E+03
2082 2.422E+03 1.323E+06 4.672E+07 6.771E-01 1.889E+02 6.671E+03
2083 2.303E+03 1.258E+06 4.444E+07 6.441E-01 1.797E+02 6.346E+03
2084 2.191E+03 1.197E+06 4.227E+07 6.127E-01 1.709E+02 6.037E+03
2085 2.084E+03 1.139E+06 4.021E+07 5.828E-01 1.626E+02 5.742E+03
2086 1.983E+03 1.083E+06 3.825E+07 5.544E-01 1.547E+02 5.462E+03
2087 1.886E+03 1.030E+06 3.638E+07 5.274E-01 1.471E+02 5.196E+03
2088 1.794E+03 9.800E+05 3.461E+07 5.016E-01 1.399E+02 4.942E+03
2089 1.706E+03 9.322E+05 3.292E+07 4.772E-01 1.331E+02 4.701E+03
2090 1.623E+03 8.868E+05 3.132E+07 4.539E-01 1.266E+02 4.472E+03
2091 1.544E+03 8.435E+05 2.979E+07 4.318E-01 1.205E+02 4.254E+03
2092 1.469E+03 8.024E+05 2.834E+07 4.107E-01 1.146E+02 4.046E+03
2093 1.397E+03 7.633E+05 2.695E+07 3.907E-01 1.090E+02 3.849E+03
2094 1.329E+03 7.260E+05 2.564E+07 3.716E-01 1.037E+02 3.661E+03
2095 1.264E+03 6.906E+05 2.439E+07 3.535E-01 9.862E+01 3.483E+03
2096 1.203E+03 6.569E+05 2.320E+07 3.363E-01 9.381E+01 3.313E+03
2097 1.144E+03 6.249E+05 2.207E+07 3.199E-01 8.924E+01 3.151E+03
2098 1.088E+03 5.944E+05 2.099E+07 3.043E-01 8.488E+01 2.998E+03
2099 1.035E+03 5.654E+05 1.997E+07 2.894E-01 8.074E+01 2.851E+03
2100 9.845E+02 5.379E+05 1.899E+07 2.753E-01 7.681E+01 2.712E+03
2101 9.365E+02 5.116E+05 1.807E+07 2.619E-01 7.306E+01 2.580E+03
2102 8.909E+02 4.867E+05 1.719E+07 2.491E-01 6.950E+01 2.454E+03
2103 8.474E+02 4.629E+05 1.635E+07 2.370E-01 6.611E+01 2.335E+03
2104 8.061E+02 4.404E+05 1.555E+07 2.254E-01 6.288E+01 2.221E+03
2105 7.668E+02 4.189E+05 1.479E+07 2.144E-01 5.982E+01 2.112E+03
2106 7.294E+02 3.985E+05 1.407E+07 2.040E-01 5.690E+01 2.009E+03
2107 6.938E+02 3.790E+05 1.339E+07 1.940E-01 5.412E+01 1.911E+03
2108 6.600E+02 3.605E+05 1.273E+07 1.845E-01 5.148E+01 1.818E+03
2109 6.278E+02 3.430E+05 1.211E+07 1.755E-01 4.897E+01 1.730E+03
2110 5.972E+02 3.262E+05 1.152E+07 1.670E-01 4.659E+01 1.645E+03
2111 5.680E+02 3.103E+05 1.096E+07 1.588E-01 4.431E+01 1.565E+03
2112 5.403E+02 2.952E+05 1.042E+07 1.511E-01 4.215E+01 1.489E+03
2113 5.140E+02 2.808E+05 9.916E+06 1.437E-01 4.010E+01 1.416E+03

REPORT - 13
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix E
Historical Tonnage Data

Tier 2 Test Protocol October 2013
Report

2012 Fourth Quarter/Annual Report
Colonie Landfill

Presented to:
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.
1319 Loudon Road
Cohoes, New York 12047
(518) 783-2827

Presented by:

SCS ENGINEERS
4 Executive Boulevard, Suite 303
Suffern, New York 10901
(845) 357-1510

March 2013
File No. 13198021.03

Offices Nationwide
www.scsengineers.com
SECTION 2 - SITE LIFE
1. Landfill Capacity Utilized Last Year (reporting year).
a. What is the estimated landfill capacity that was utilized during the reporting year?
289,267 Cubic Yards of Airspace

Please do not report
units as pounds per
cubic yard.
b. What is the estimated in-situ waste density for the reporting year?
Including waste and cover = 1.0 Tons/Cubic Yard

2. Remaining Constructed Capacity
a. What is the remaining capacity of the landfill that is already constructed?
1,940,274 (as calculated by CRL) Cubic Yards of Airspace

b. What is the estimated remaining life of the constructed capacity?
8 Years 7 Months
at 255,540 Tons/Year.*
*
Please note that this tonnage rate must include all materials placed in the landfill, i.e., waste, soil,
cover, alternative daily covers, etc.

c. The tonnage rate reported under 2.b. is based on (select one):
The amount of materials placed in the landfill in the reporting year
X Estimated future disposal
Permit limit
Other (explain): ____________________________________________________

3. Permitted Capacity Still to be Constructed

a. What is the remaining but not yet constructed landfill capacity that is authorized by a Part 360
permit?
None Cubic Yards of Airspace

b. What is the projected life of capacity reported in 3.a?
N/A Years N/A Months
at N/A Tons/Year.*
*
Please note that this tonnage rate must include all materials disposed in the landfill, i.e., waste, and
soil and alternative daily covers.

c. The tonnage rate reported under 3.b. is based on (select one):
N/A The amount of materials placed in the landfill in the reporting year
N/A Estimated future disposal
N/A Permit limit
Other (explain): ____________________________________________________
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Section 6. Quantity of Solid Waste Disposed in 2012
A. Quantity Disposed by Month/Year
Colonie Landfill

(8) Daily 
Type of Solid  Tip Fee  January February March  April May June July August September October November December 2012 TOTAL
Waste ($/ton) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) (tons) Average(5)
(1)
C&D  $70/$75 1,901 1,608 2,080 2,263 2,316 2,433 2,557 2,551 2,398 2,607 1,540 1,598 25,853 86.2
(2)
INDUSTRIAL  $70 477 314 225 377 476 409 123 186 157 166 184 76 3,169 10.6
(3)
ALUM SLUDGE  $41.25 0 0 0 152 121 270 354 453 641 0 0 0 1,990 6.6
 (9)
MSW $65 8,786 6,706 13,252 14,105 14,885 12,463 15,177 16,368 15,468 11,545 2,612 ‐1,831 (10) 129,535 431.8
(4)
SS GRIT  $41.25 461 455 1,336 3,193 741 474 425 693 410 513 552 492 9,744 32.5
Waste Total 11,625 9,082 16,892 20,090 18,538 16,048 18,635 20,251 19,073 14,831 4,888 336 170,291 567.6
Beneficial Use Materials
(6)
PCS   $26 53.98 0 948 2,402 7,250 1,377 755 536 2,326 2,972 5,073 91 23,784 79.3
 (7)
ROAD BASE $20 1,263 824 1,511 832 75 200 260 981 424 513 303 281 7,467 24.9
BUD Total 1,317 824 2,459 3,234 7,325 1,577 1,016 1,517 2,750 3,485 5,376 371 31,251 104.2
Grand Total 201,542
ADC Calculation 31,251 Tons of ADC 170,291 Tons of Waste Disposed 18% Percent Alternative Daily Cover

(1) Cost is $70/ton for in Town and $75/ton for out of Town waste.  LEEDS Recycled C&D has been deducted from landfilled tonnages.
(2) Industrial Waste includes Alum Sludge
(3) Alum Sludge considered Industrial waste
(4) SS GRIT is sewage treatment plant sludge
(5) Daily Average calcuation based on a  300 day operating year. 
(6) PCS considered beneficial use material as Alternative Daily Cover (ADC).
(7) Aggregate and Concrete used as Road Base considered a Beneficial Use Material (but not ADC).
(8) Tip Fee from 2012 FY, provided by CRL via email dated February 25, 2012.
(9)Portions of MSW waste received at landfill transferred to other landfills.
(10) MSW from 11/26‐11/30 not processed in November and carried into December, therefore negative tonnage in December causing more outbound waste that inbound.
(11) Emergency Authorization waste from Hurricane Sandy is not included in this Table.  Additional waste received in accordance with Emergency Action as follows:
November     16,047.50
December     21,851.83
Total     37,899.33

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Section 9. Waste in Place
Summary of Waste Type and Year
Colonie Landfill

(3)
Road Base 
Year  MSW C&D  Industrial  PCS (BUD) POTW Sludge Total Landfill Section 
(BUD) (4)
Used
tons tons tons tons tons tons tons
1973 75,825              75,825 Area 1
1974 75,825              75,825 Area 1
1975 75,825              75,825 Area 1
1976 75,825              75,825 Area 1
1977 75,825              75,825 Area 1
1978 75,825              75,825 Area 1
1979 75,825              75,825 Area 1
1980 75,825              75,825 Areas 1,2
1981 75,825              75,825 Area 2
1982 138,680            138,680 Area 2
1983 138,680            138,680 Areas 2, 3
1984 126,272            126,272 Areas 2, 3
1985 153,546            153,546 Areas 2, 3
1986 176,628            176,628 Areas 2, 3
1987 75,410              75,410 Areas 2, 3
1988 102,824            102,824 Areas 2, 3
1989 115,813            115,813 Area 4
1990 89,130              89,130 Area 4
1991 93,810              93,810 Area 4
1992 95,189              95,189 Area 4
1993 121,411            121,411 Area 4
1994 184,487            184,487 Area 4
1995 168,304            168,304 Area 4
1996 150,533            150,533 Area 4, 5
1997 107,717            107,717 Area 5
1998 148,125            148,125 Area 5
1999 148,506            148,506 Area 5
2000 155,991            155,991 Area 5
2001 137,542            137,542 Area 5
2002 151,590            151,590 Area 5
2003 158,243            158,243 Area 5
2004 136,349            136,349 Area 5, 6
2005 164,621            164,621 Area 5, 6
2006 164,621            164,621 Area 5, 6
2007 132,909            132,909 Area 5, 6
2008 134,612 21,277 2,436 63,433 5,758 918            228,434 Area 5, 6
2009 113,145 24,918 2,445 75,049 4,975 1,696            222,228 Area 5, 6
2010 110,732 23,193 4,532 60,068 5,094 1,176            204,794 Area 5, 6
2011 125,261 26,865 5,929 29,590 5,467 12,988            206,100 Area 5, 6
2012 129,535 25,853 5,159 23,784 9,744 7,467            201,542 Area 5, 6
Total         4,703,106          96,253                15,342       228,139            21,294               16,778        5,080,912

Notes:
1.  1973 through 2007 from Landgem model included in 2010 emission statement.
2.  2008 through 2012 from Commodity Breakdown Reports provided by the Town
3.  Alum Sludge included with Industrial Waste
4. Road base is concrete and aggregate

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Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix F
Flow Meter Calibration Certification

Tier 2 Test Protocol October 2013
FCI: FLUID COMPONENTS
INTERNATIONAL LLC
A Limited Ilisb'i Company - wwwfluidcomponents-corn
Model ST98
Flowmeter
1755 La Costa Meadows Drive, Sen Marcos, CA 92078-51 15
(760)744-6950 (800)854-1993 FAX: (760)736-6250 CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
Innovative Energy Systems LLC
Customer Order Number: RA36 185 Patt Number: ST98-23CTOlCABFA
Serial Number: 267972 PC1 Calibration Procedure: 19EN000020Rev. C
Purchase Order Number: N/A LocalTag#l: N/A
Customer Plow b e : 100 to3000 SCFM hcdTag#2: N/A
Customer Lhie Size: 10.02 inches id. 10 inch Sch 40 (Std) h c d Tag #3: NIA
Customer Texhperatwe Range: 30 to 100 deg F Remotc Tag #1: NIA
Customer Prcsm Range: 1 to 5 psig Remote Tag #2: NIA
Customer Installation: Horizontal I Top 1 LeR to Right Remote Tag #3: NIA
Customer Smdard Conditions: 70 deg F and 14.7 psia
Customer A c W Media: Landfill Gas: Methane 50%, Carbon Dioxide 40%, Oxygen 2%,Nitrogen 8% (Val%)
FCI CalibrationMedia: Methane 50.34%, Carbon Dioxide 39.38%,Nitrogen 10.27%

-
Outp~t:4-20 mA = 0 to 3000 SCFM (step 100 SCFM @ 4.533 mA)
CalibrationEquatim SCFM = 187.5 x mA 750.0 -
CalibrationNotes
Calibrationpdonned using equbment ireaceable ro N.I.S. T.(U.S. National Instifwe of Standards and Technology).
Substitute gas and gas equivalency used for calibration.

Final Flow Verification performed on 100 psia Bypass Stand
Desired Model ST98 Actual Allowed
SCFM hdicatad % Reading % ;Reading
l?!zwU! Smd Ilifferme ~ ~ ~ n c e
753.4 760.4 t0.94 h2.99
1503 1502 -0.11 h2.00
2250 2255 -t.O. 21 st1.67
3002 2996 -0.20 h1.50

N.I.S.T. Traceable Eaui~ment:100 ~ s i Bmass
g Stand
CaIibration Control Number cdibratim~ a -c &mit,menl: Des-
Freq. Comter (Bypass)
Frcq. Counter (Master)
HP Data Acquisition Unit
Bypass Turbine Meter
4" Turbine Meter
Pressure Transducer (Master) '

F'ressure Transducer (Bypass)
Pressure Gauge
Temperature RTD (Bypass)
Tempemture RTD (Master)

Technician: D. Nguyen @
Calibratiors Date: 04-01-13
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix G
USEPA Method 25C

Tier 2 Test Protocol October 2013
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METHOD 25C - DETERMINATION OF NONMETHANE ORGANIC
COMPOUNDS (NMOC) IN LANDFILL GASES

NOTE: This method does not include all of the

specifications (e.g., equipment and supplies) and procedures

(e.g., sampling and analytical) essential to its

performance. Some material is incorporated by reference

from other methods in this part. Therefore, to obtain

reliable results, persons using this method should also have

a thorough knowledge of EPA Method 25.

1.0 Scope and Application.

1.1 Analytes.

Analyte CAS No.
Nonmethane organic compounds No CAS number assigned
(NMOC)

1.2 Applicability. This method is applicable to the

sampling and measurement of NMOC as carbon in landfill gases

(LFG).

1.3 Data Quality Objectives. Adherence to the

requirements of this method will enhance the quality of the

data obtained from air pollutant sampling methods.

2.0 Summary of Method.

2.1 A sample probe that has been perforated at one end

is driven or augured to a depth of 0.9 m (3 ft) below the

bottom of the landfill cover. A sample of the landfill gas
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is extracted with an evacuated cylinder. The NMOC content

of the gas is determined by injecting a portion of the gas

into a gas chromatographic column to separate the NMOC from

carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), and methane

(CH4); the NMOC are oxidized to CO2, reduced to CH4, and

measured by a flame ionization detector (FID). In this

manner, the variable response of the FID associated with

different types of organics is eliminated.

3.0 Definitions. [Reserved]

4.0 Interferences. [Reserved]

5.0 Safety.

5.1 Since this method is complex, only experienced

personnel should perform this test. LFG contains methane,

therefore explosive mixtures may exist on or near the

landfill. It is advisable to take appropriate safety

precautions when testing landfills, such as refraining from

smoking and installing explosion-proof equipment.

6.0 Equipment and Supplies.

6.1 Sample Probe. Stainless steel, with the bottom

third perforated. The sample probe must be capped at the

bottom and must have a threaded cap with a sampling

attachment at the top. The sample probe must be long enough

to go through and extend no less than 0.9 m (3 ft) below the

landfill cover. If the sample probe is to be driven into
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the landfill, the bottom cap should be designed to

facilitate driving the probe into the landfill.

6.2 Sampling Train.

6.2.1 Rotameter with Flow Control Valve. Capable of

measuring a sample flow rate of 100 ± 10 ml/min. The

control valve must be made of stainless steel.

6.2.2 Sampling Valve. Stainless steel.

6.2.3 Pressure Gauge. U-tube mercury manometer, or

equivalent, capable of measuring pressure to within 1 mm Hg

(0.5 in H20) in the range of 0 to 1,100 mm Hg (0 to 590 in

H2O).

6.2.4 Sample Tank. Stainless steel or aluminum

cylinder, equipped with a stainless steel sample tank valve.

6.3 Vacuum Pump. Capable of evacuating to an absolute

pressure of 10 mm Hg (5.4 in H2O).

6.4 Purging Pump. Portable, explosion proof, and

suitable for sampling NMOC.

6.5 Pilot Probe Procedure. The following are needed

only if the tester chooses to use the procedure described in

Section 8.2.1.

6.5.1 Pilot Probe. Tubing of sufficient strength to

withstand being driven into the landfill by a post driver

and an outside diameter of at least 6 mm (0.25 in.) smaller

than the sample probe. The pilot probe shall be capped on
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both ends and long enough to go through the landfill cover

and extend no less than 0.9 m (3 ft) into the landfill.

6.5.2 Post Driver and Compressor. Capable of driving

the pilot probe and the sampling probe into the landfill.

The Kitty Hawk portable post driver has been found to be

acceptable.

6.6 Auger Procedure. The following are needed only if

the tester chooses to use the procedure described in

Section 8.2.2.

6.6.1 Auger. Capable of drilling through the landfill

cover and to a depth of no less than 0.9 m (3 ft) into the

landfill.

6.6.2 Pea Gravel.

6.6.3 Bentonite.

6.7 NMOC Analyzer, Barometer, Thermometer, and

Syringes. Same as in Sections 6.3.1, 6.3.2, 6.33, and

6.2.10, respectively, of Method 25.

7.0 Reagents and Standards.

7.1 NMOC Analysis. Same as in Method 25, Section 7.2.

7.2 Calibration. Same as in Method 25, Section 7.4,

except omit Section 7.4.3.

7.3 Quality Assurance Audit Samples.

7.3.1 It is recommended, but not required, that a

performance audit sample be analyzed in conjunction with the
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field samples. The audit sample should be in a suitable

sample matrix at a concentration similar to the actual field

samples.

7.3.2 When making compliance determinations, and upon

availability, audit samples may be obtained from the

appropriate EPA Regional Office or from the responsible

enforcement authority and analyzed in conjunction with the

field samples.

NOTE: The responsible enforcement authority should be

notified at least 30 days prior to the test date to allow

sufficient time for sample delivery.

8.0 Sample Collection, Preservation, Storage, and

Transport.

8.1 Sample Tank Evacuation and Leak-Check. Conduct

the sample tank evacuation and leak-check either in the

laboratory or the field. Connect the pressure gauge and

sampling valve to the sample tank. Evacuate the sample tank

to 10 mm Hg (5.4 in H2O) absolute pressure or less. Close

the sampling valve, and allow the tank to sit for

30 minutes. The tank is acceptable if no change more than

± 2 mm is noted. Include the results of the leak-check in

the test report.

8.2 Sample Probe Installation. The tester may use the

procedure in Section 8.2.1 or 8.2.2.
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8.2.1 Pilot Probe Procedure. Use the post driver to

drive the pilot probe at least 0.9 m (3 ft) below the

landfill cover. Alternative procedures to drive the probe

into the landfill may be used subject to the approval of the

Administrator's designated representative.

8.2.1.1 Remove the pilot probe and drive the sample

probe into the hole left by the pilot probe. The sample

probe shall extend at least 0.9 m (3 ft) below the landfill

cover and shall protrude about 0.3 m (1 ft) above the

landfill cover. Seal around the sampling probe with

bentonite and cap the sampling probe with the sampling probe

cap.

8.2.2 Auger Procedure. Use an auger to drill a hole

to at least 0.9 m (3 ft) below the landfill cover. Place

the sample probe in the hole and backfill with pea gravel to

a level 0.6 m (2 ft) from the surface. The sample probe

shall protrude at least 0.3 m (1 ft) above the landfill

cover. Seal the remaining area around the probe with

bentonite. Allow 24 hours for the landfill gases to

equilibrate inside the augured probe before sampling.

8.3 Sample Train Assembly. Just before assembling the

sample train, measure the sample tank vacuum using the

pressure gauge. Record the vacuum, the ambient temperature,

and the barometric pressure at this time. Assemble the

sampling probe purging system as shown in Figure 25C-1.
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8.4 Sampling Procedure. Open the sampling valve and

use the purge pump and the flow control valve to evacuate at

least two sample probe volumes from the system at a flow

rate of 500 ml/min or less. Close the sampling valve and

replace the purge pump with the sample tank apparatus as

shown in Figure 25C-2. Open the sampling valve and the

sample tank valve and, using the flow control valve, sample

at a flow rate of 500 ml/min or less until either a constant

flow rate can no longer be maintained because of reduced

sample tank vacuum or the appropriate composite volume is

attained. Disconnect the sampling tank apparatus and

pressurize the sample cylinder to approximately 1,060 mm Hg

(567 in. H2O) absolute pressure with helium, and record the

final pressure. Alternatively, the sample tank may be

pressurized in the lab.

8.4.1 The following restrictions apply to compositing

samples from different probe sites into a single cylinder:

(1) individual composite samples per cylinder must be of

equal volume; this must be verified by recording the flow

rate, sampling time, vacuum readings, or other appropriate

volume measuring data, (2) individual composite samples must

have a minimum volume of 1 liter unless data is provided

showing smaller volumes can be accurately measured, and (3)

composite samples must not be collected using the final

cylinder vacuum as it diminishes to ambient pressure.
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8.4.2 Use Method 3C to determine the percent N2 in

each cylinder. The presence of N2 indicates either

infiltration of ambient air into the landfill gas sample or

an inappropriate testing site has been chosen where

anaerobic decomposition has not begun. The landfill gas

sample is acceptable if the concentration of N2 is less than

20 percent. Alternatively, Method 3C may be used to

determine the oxygen content of each cylinder as an air

infiltration test. With this option, the oxygen content of

each cylinder must be less than 5 percent.

9.0 Quality Control.

9.1 Miscellaneous Quality Control Measures.

Quality Control
Section Measure Effect
8.4.1 Verify that landfill Ensures that ambient
gas sample contains air was not drawn into
less than 20 percent the landfill gas
N2 or 5 percent O2 sample.
10.1, 10.2 NMOC analyzer initial Ensures precision of
and daily performance analytical results
checks
11.1.4 Audit Sample Analyses Evaluate analytical
technique and
instrument calibration

10.0 Calibration and Standardization.

NOTE: Maintain a record of performance of each item.
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10.1 Initial NMOC Analyzer Performance Test. Same as

in Method 25, Section 10.1, except omit the linearity checks

for CO2 standards.

10.2 NMOC Analyzer Daily Calibration.

10.2.1 NMOC Response Factors. Same as in Method 25,

Section 10.2.2.

10.3 Sample Tank Volume. The volume of the gas

sampling tanks must be determined. Determine the tank

volumes by weighing them empty and then filled with

deionized water; weigh to the nearest 5 g, and record the

results. Alternatively, measure the volume of water used to

fill them to the nearest 5 ml.

11.0 Analytical Procedures.

11.1 The oxidation, reduction, and measurement of

NMOC's is similar to Method 25. Before putting the NMOC

analyzer into routine operation, conduct an initial

performance test. Start the analyzer, and perform all the

necessary functions in order to put the analyzer into proper

working order. Conduct the performance test according to

the procedures established in Section 10.1. Once the

performance test has been successfully completed and the

NMOC calibration response factor has been determined,

proceed with sample analysis as follows:
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11.1.1 Daily Operations and Calibration Checks.

Before and immediately after the analysis of each set of

samples or on a daily basis (whichever occurs first),

conduct a calibration test according to the procedures

established in Section 10.2. If the criteria of the daily

calibration test cannot be met, repeat the NMOC analyzer

performance test (Section 10.1) before proceeding.

11.1.2 Operating Conditions. Same as in Method 25,

Section 11.2.1.

11.1.3 Analysis of Sample Tank. Purge the sample loop

with sample, and then inject the sample. Under the

specified operating conditions, the CO2 in the sample will

elute in approximately 100 seconds. As soon as the detector

response returns to baseline following the CO2 peak, switch

the carrier gas flow to backflush, and raise the column oven

temperature to 195EC (383EF) as rapidly as possible. A rate

of 30EC/min (54EF/min) has been shown to be adequate.

Record the value obtained for any measured NMOC. Return the

column oven temperature to 85EC (185EF) in preparation for

the next analysis. Analyze each sample in triplicate, and

report the average as Ctm.

11.2 Audit Sample Analysis. When the method is used to

analyze samples to demonstrate compliance with a source

emission regulation, an audit sample, if available, must be

analyzed.
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11.2.1 Concurrently analyze the audit sample and the

compliance samples in the same manner to evaluate the

technique of the analyst and the standards preparation.

11.2.2 The same analyst, analytical reagents, and

analytical system must be used for the compliance samples

and the audit sample. If this condition is met, duplicate

auditing of subsequent compliance analyses for the same

enforcement agency within a 30-day period is waived. An

audit sample set may not be used to validate different sets

of compliance samples under the jurisdiction of separate

enforcement agencies, unless prior arrangements have been

made with both enforcement agencies.

11.3 Audit Sample Results.

11.3.1 Calculate the audit sample concentrations and

submit results using the instructions provided with the

audit samples.

11.3.2 Report the results of the audit samples and the

compliance determination samples along with their

identification numbers, and the analyst's name to the

responsible enforcement authority. Include this information

with reports of any subsequent compliance analyses for the

same enforcement authority during the 30-day period.

11.3.3 The concentrations of the audit samples

obtained by the analyst must agree within 20 percent of the

actual concentration. If the 20-percent specification is
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not met, reanalyze the compliance and audit samples, and

include initial and reanalysis values in the test report.

11.3.4 Failure to meet the 20-percent specification

may require retests until the audit problems are resolved.

However, if the audit results do not affect the compliance

or noncompliance status of the affected facility, the

Administrator may waive the reanalysis requirement, further

audits, or retests and accept the results of the compliance

test. While steps are being taken to resolve audit analysis

problems, the Administrator may also choose to use the data

to determine the compliance or noncompliance status of the

affected facility.

12.0 Data Analysis and Calculations.

NOTE: All equations are written using absolute

pressure; absolute pressures are determined by adding the

measured barometric pressure to the measured gauge or

manometer pressure.

12.1 Nomenclature.

Bw = Moisture content in the sample, fraction.

CN2 = Measured N2 concentration, fraction.

Ct = Calculated NMOC concentration, ppmv C

equivalent.

Ctm = Measured NMOC concentration, ppmv C equivalent.

Pb = Barometric pressure, mm Hg.
1280

Pt = Gas sample tank pressure after sampling, but

before pressurizing, mm Hg absolute.

Ptf = Final gas sample tank pressure after

pressurizing, mm Hg absolute.

Pti = Gas sample tank pressure after evacuation, mm Hg

absolute.

Pw = Vapor pressure of H2O (from Table 25C-1), mm Hg.

r = Total number of analyzer injections of sample

tank during analysis (where j = injection

number, 1...r).

Tt = Sample tank temperature at completion of

sampling, EK.

Tti = Sample tank temperature before sampling, EK.

Ttf = Sample tank temperature after pressurizing, EK.

12.2 Water Correction. Use Table 25C-1 (Section

17.0), the LFG temperature, and barometric pressure at the

sampling site to calculate Bw.

PW
BW ' Eq. 25C-1
Pb

12.3 NMOC Concentration. Use the following equation

to calculate the concentration of NMOC for each sample tank.
1281

Ptf

' Ctm (j)
Ttf 1 r
Ct ' Eq. 25C-2
Pt Pti 99
& (1& C N )&Bw j'1
Tt Tti 78 2

13.0 Method Performance. [Reserved].

14.0 Pollution Prevention. [Reserved].

15.0 Waste Management. [Reserved].

16.0 References.

1. Salo, Albert E., Samuel Witz, and Robert D.

MacPhee. Determination of Solvent Vapor Concentrations by

Total Combustion Analysis: A Comparison of Infrared with

Flame Ionization Detectors. Paper No. 75-33.2. (Presented

at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Air Pollution Control

Association. Boston, Massachusetts. June 15-20, 1975.) 14

p.

2. Salo, Albert E., William L. Oaks, and Robert D.

MacPhee. Measuring the Organic Carbon Content of Source

Emissions for Air Pollution Control. Paper No. 74-190.

(Presented at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Air Pollution

Control Association. Denver, Colorado. June 9-13, 1974.)

25 p.

17.0 Tables, Diagrams, Flowcharts, and Validation Data.
1282

Vent
Sampling Valve

Purge Pump
Flow Control
Valve

Rotameter
Sample Probe
Cap

Sampling Probe

Landfill Cover Surface

Figure 25C-1. Schematic of Sampling Probe Purging System

Vacuum
Gauge

Sampling Valve

Flow Control Quick Disconnect
Valve
Sample Tank
Valve
Rotameter
Sample Probe
Cap
Sample
Tank
Sampling Probe

Landfill Cover Surface

Figure 25C-2. Schematic of Sampling Train.
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TABLE 25C-1. MOISTURE CORRECTION

Temperature, Vapor Pressure Temperature, Vapor Pressure

°C of H2O, mm Hg °C of H2O, mm Hg
4 6.1 18 15.5
6 7.0 20 17.5
8 8.0 22 19.8
10 9.2 24 22.4
12 10.5 26 25.2
14 12.0 28 28.3
16 13.6 30 31.8
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix H
Field Forms

Tier 2 Test Protocol October 2013
LFG TEST SAMPLING FORM - MAIN HEADER
TIER 2 TEST - COLONIE LANDFILL

Date: SCS Engineers Staff:

Weather NYSDEC/EPA Representative:

Weather Conditions:

Barometric pressure: Landfill Representative:

Temperature:

Field Instrumentation:

Gas analyzer model:

Serial number

Calibration time:

Calibration Gases:

Header Control system Summa Canister Summa Canister
LFG vacuum Flow reading Sample Start Pressure inches- Sample End Pressure
Sample Location Sample ID Time CH4 CO2 O2 Balance Temperature inches-wc (scfm) start time Hg. end time inches-Hg.

SAMPLE 1A

(End)

SAMPLE 1B

(End)

SAMPLE 1C

(End)
Control System Flow
Measurement Device

Notes:
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix B

DEC Approval of Tier 2 Protocol

Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report February 2014
Page 1 of 2

From: Gary McPherson <gamcpher@gw.dec.state.ny.us>
Sent: Friday, November 08, 2013 7:52 AM
To: Wilkinson, Lisa
Subject: Re: 13198021.03 Colonie Tier 2
Attachments: 4_Colonie(T) Landfill 01.pdf

Hi Lisa,
The approval should have been sent out by our Central Office over a week ago? Anyway, here is the email .pdf I
got received saying it was approved. You are approved, feel free to schedule the testing...

Gary

>>> "Wilkinson, Lisa" <LWilkinson@SCSEngineers.com> 11/7/2013 4:07 PM >>>

Gary,
We have not received a letter of acceptance on the Tier 2 protocol as you mentioned last week. Can you
confirm that the protocol is approved? If so, we would like to schedule testing for next week. The SEM portion
of the work is weather­dependent, so the actual day of the SEM and the sampling may change based on the
weather.

Please call me with any questions.

Thanks
Lisa

Lisa K. Wilkinson, PE
SCS Engineers
845­357­1510

From: Wilkinson, Lisa
Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 10:37 AM
To: 'Gary McPherson'
Cc: McGarry, Matt (McGarryM@colonie.org); KurtS@WasteConnections.com; DonH@WasteConnections.com
Subject: RE: 13198021.03 Colonie Tier 2

Gary,

Based on our conversation this morning, it is our understanding that the protocol has been approved. We will
schedule the Tier 2 and advise the DEC of the date. Please see our highlighted response to the comments below.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions.
Lisa

Lisa K. Wilkinson, PE
SCS Engineers
845­357­1510

file:///I:/PROJECTS/FY98-99/1398021.03/T4%20Tier%202%20Reporting/Protocol/Re%... 12/20/2013
Page 2 of 2

From: Gary McPherson [mailto:gamcpher@gw.dec.state.ny.us]
Sent: Monday, October 28, 2013 8:52 AM
To: Wilkinson, Lisa
Subject: Re: 13198021.03 Colonie Tier 2

Central office and I discusses the protocol on Friday. Was one slight concern with the exemption request. Could
you provide more information on this?

1. In Section 2-3 (Table 2), the facility is asking for sampling program exemption for the
"Unnamed area".
Additional Information: The Unnamed Area is approximately 12 acres in size, is unlined, and is presently closed,
capped and vegetated. The original cap included approximately 36 inches of clay under a 6 inch layer of
vegetated topsoil. In 2006, the top soil was removed and significant quantities of additional low permeability
clay were added above the original clay cap and graded for positive drainage, significantly improving the cap in
this area. The Unnamed Area accepted MSW and incinerator ash from the early 1960s until closure in 1972.
The location of the Unnamed area is shown on Drawing 1 in Appendix B of the submitted protocol.

2. Need to assure that as per 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart WWW, their system is "well designed" or they
can not get an exemption based on 50 Mg of MMOC per year limit for the "unnamed area".

Additional Information: The LFG collection system is comprehensive as shown on the Drawing 1 in Appendix B
of the submitted protocol. The LFG collection system is well designed as there is available vacuum provided to
each collector. Surface emissions monitoring and collection system monitoring will be performed just prior to
the sampling event as discussed in Section 3.4 of the protocol to show that the emissions meet the
requirements of 40 CFR 60.755 and that vacuum is available at all collection points.

>>> "Wilkinson, Lisa" <LWilkinson@SCSEngineers.com> 10/28/2013 8:20 AM >>>
Gary,
Just checking in on the review of the Tier 2 Sampling protocol for Colonie Landfill. Did you hear anything back
from Central?

Thanks
Lisa

Lisa K. Wilkinson, PE
SCS Engineers
845­357­1510

file:///I:/PROJECTS/FY98-99/1398021.03/T4%20Tier%202%20Reporting/Protocol/Re%... 12/20/2013
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Division of Air Resources
Bureau of Quality Assurance, 9th Floor
625 Broadway, Albany, New York 12233-3258
Phone: (518) 402-8401 • Fax: (518) 402-9035 Joe Martens
Website: www.dec.ny.gov Commissioner

MEMORANDUM

TO: Gary McPherson, Region 4

FROM: Syed M. Mehdi, Bureau of Quality Assurance

SUBJECT: Town of Colonie Landfill (4-0126-00033): Stack Test Protocol

DATE: October 25, 2013

This is in response to your request regarding the Town of Colonie landfill stack testing
protocol prepared by SCS Engineers. The compliance testing will be performed to determine
NMOC concentration from their landfill.

The review of the stack test protocol has been completed. The sampling and analytical
procedures meet the EPA standards and are acceptable as described in the protocol. I recommend
approval of this protocol.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to call me. Thank you.

cc: Randy Orr - NYSDEC
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix C

Surface Emissions Monitoring Data

Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report February 2014
SURFACE EMISSIONS TESTING RESULTS
Capital Region Landfills, Inc

November 21, 2013

FID Conc.
Tag (ppm) Date
1 0 Start Path 11/21/2013
2 0
3 1
4 1
5 1
6 1
7 6
8 2
9 2
10 2
11 2
12 2
13 1
14 3
15 1
16 0
17 1
18 1
19 5
20 6
21 7
22 5
23 3
24 3
25 1
26 7
27 1
28 39
29 3
30 2
31 1
32 3
33 2
34 1
35 1
36 2
37 2
38 1
39 2
40 1
41 2
42 2
43 2
44 2
45 3
46 5
47 8
48 4
49 4
50 2
51 4
FID Conc.
Tag (ppm) Date
52 5
53 20
54 5
55 6
56 7
57 41
58 2
59 2
60 2
61 7
62 5
63 5
64 2
65 2
66 4
67 7
68 11
69 10
70 22
71 5
72 3
73 3
74 2
75 1
76 1
77 1
78 2
79 4
80 3
81 5
82 27
83 8
84 3
85 2
86 3
87 1
88 2
89 3
90 0
91 1
92 1
93 1
94 0
95 1
96 0
97 0
98 0
99 2
100 1
101 0
102 1
103 0
104 1
105 1
106 3
107 1
108 1
FID Conc.
Tag (ppm) Date
109 1
110 1
111 2
112 6
113 7
114 2
115 1
116 2
117 1
118 1
119 1
120 1
121 2
122 1
123 27
124 0
125 0
126 0
127 2
128 4
129 6
130 23
131 1
132 1
133 0
134 11
135 1
136 2
137 3
138 16
139 6
140 52
141 11
142 7
143 1
144 5
145 110
146 30
147 16
148 6
149 4
150 5
151 3
152 2
153 0
154 0
155 1
156 1
157 1
158 0
159 1
160 7
161 2
162 7
163 2
164 11
165 1
FID Conc.
Tag (ppm) Date
166 3
167 1
168 55
169 3
170 14
171 5
172 1
173 8
174 0
175 4
176 2
177 7
178 19
179 2
180 1
181 2
182 1
183 1
184 2
185 3
186 1
187 1
188 2
189 1
190 2
191 4
192 2
193 1
194 1
195 1
196 1
197 16
198 3
199 1
200 22
201 6
202 6
203 3
204 2
205 1
206 1
207 0
208 10
209 57
210 9
211 13
212 9
213 11
214 6
215 6
216 5
217 40
218 12
219 4
220 3
221 14
222 5
FID Conc.
Tag (ppm) Date
223 6
224 7
225 7
226 16
227 6
228 50
229 2
230 1
231 1
232 1
233 2
234 1
235 0
236 1
237 1
238 1
239 2
240 2
241 5
242 3
243 2
244 1
245 1
246 3
247 2
248 2
249 2
250 2
251 2
252 7
253 6
254 38
255 3
256 2
257 3
258 11
259 1
260 1
261 1
262 1
263 7
264 8
265 3
266 19
267 4
268 3
269 3
270 7
271 6
272 5
273 8
274 3
275 8
276 12
277 21
278 9
279 76
FID Conc.
Tag (ppm) Date
280 31
281 31
282 25
283 15
284 7
285 9
286 14
287 4
288 2
289 5
290 1
291 11
292 3
293 2
294 2
295 4
296 4
297 4
298 3
299 4
300 4
301 3
302 3
303 1
304 1
305 11
306 4
307 4
308 6
309 3
310 4
311 2
312 2
313 2
314 3
315 3
316 6
317 1
318 2
319 2
320 1
321 6
322 6
323 13
324 2
325 2
326 2
327 6
328 6
329 12
330 20
331 6
332 52
333 6
334 7
335 36
336 19
FID Conc.
Tag (ppm) Date
337 10
338 5
339 36
340 22
341 4
342 2
343 4
344 5
345 5
346 5
347 5
348 10
349 5
350 2
351 3
352 1
353 2
354 4
355 3
356 1
357 1
358 2
359 4
360 5
361 5
362 2
363 3
364 3
365 3
366 3
367 3
368 3
369 4
370 3
371 2
372 2
373 2
374 1
375 1
376 4
377 5
378 13
379 4
380 9
381 4
382 5
383 3
384 12
385 3
386 4
387 10
388 5
389 3
390 2
391 7
392 10
393 4
FID Conc.
Tag (ppm) Date
394 3
395 5
396 4
397 4
398 4
399 4
400 4
401 4
402 4
403 4
404 4
405 4
406 4
407 4
408 3
409 3
410 4
411 5
412 6
413 3
414 5
415 5
416 4
417 9
418 3
419 3
420 2
421 1
422 4
423 2
424 2
425 6
426 6
427 3
428 4 End Path 11/21/2013
4th Quarter SEM
Calibration and Pertinent Data Form
Date: 11/21/13 Site: Colonie Landfill Job Number: 13198021.03
Technician(s): Jason Lacasse
Weather Observations
Wind Speed: 0 MPH Wind Direction: NNE Barometric Pressure: - "Hg
o
Air Temperature: 26 F General Weather Conditions: Sunny
Calibration Information
Pre-monitoring Calibration Precision Check
Procedure: Calibrate the instrument. Make a total of three measurements by alternating zero air and
the calibration gas. Record the readings and calculate the average algebraic difference between the
instrument reading and the calibration gas as a percentage. The calibration precision must by less
than or equal to 10% of the calibration gas value.
Instrument ID: 42032-01 Cal. Gas Concentration: 500 ppm
Trial Zero Air Reading Cal. Gas Reading |Cal. Gas Conc. – Cal. Gas Reading|
1 0.49 502 2
2 0.53 505 5
3 0.44 509 9
Average Difference: 5
Calibration Precision = Average Difference / Cal. Gas Conc. X 100%
= 5 / 500 X 100%
= 1.07 %
Post-monitoring Calibration Precision Check
Zero Air Reading: 0.84 ppm Cal. Gas Reading: 501 ppm
Background Concentration Checks

Upwind Location Description: Northeast Side of Landfill, Acess Road Reading: 0.62 ppm
Downwind Location Description: Southwast Side of Landfill, Acess Road Reading: 0.84 ppm
Notes/Comments:
Response Time Check
Pre-monitoring Response Time Check

Procedure: Introduce zero concentration methane/H2S into the instrument. Quickly change to the
calibration gas. Measure the amount of time it takes the instrument to read 90% of the calibration gas
concentration. This average response time should be less than 30 seconds.

Trial Start Time (Add Cal. Gas) Time at 90% Reading Difference
1 0 4 5
2 0 4 4
3 0 5 5
Average Response Time: 5
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix D

Wellfield Monitoring Results

Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report February 2014
PRELIMINARY (1/2/2014)

SCS ENGINEERS EXISTING CONDITIONS PLAN
STEARNS, CONRAD AND SCHMIDT
1

CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC.
CAPITAL REGION LANDFILLS, INC.
PH. (845) 357-1510 FAX. (845) 357-1049
1319 LOUDON ROAD EXISTING LFG SYSTEM
1

COHOES, NY 12047 COLONIE LANDFILL
Exhibit D‐1. Colonie Wellfield Monitoring Data

Init Static  Adj Static 
Init Temp  Adj Temp  Init Flow  Adj Flow  Press    (in‐ Press       System 
Point Name Date Time CH4 (%) CO2 (%) O2 (%) Bal (%) (oF) (oF) (cfm) (cfm) wc) (in‐wc) Pressure Comments

COLE1201 11/19/2013 12:25 56.8 42.6 0.4 0.2 127 127 25.9 26.9 ‐6.91 ‐7.36 ‐50.14 Increased vacuum
COLE1202 11/19/2013 12:30 53.1 38.2 2.3 6.4 54 54 ‐9.62 ‐9.65 ‐50.25
COLE1203 11/19/2013 12:19 41.3 38 0 20.7 49 50 13.3 11.9 ‐4.9 ‐4.74 ‐49.85 Decreased vacuum
COLE1204 11/19/2013 12:37 50.5 40.6 0.9 8 115 115 43.8 43.5 ‐40.44 ‐40.49 ‐49.51
COLE1205 11/19/2013 12:34 57.1 42.9 0 0 98 99 6.7 12.6 ‐30.11 ‐32.88 ‐49.79 Increased vacuum
COLE1206 11/19/2013 12:14 41.9 37.8 0 20.3 42 42 41.7 31.1 ‐23.28 ‐19.51 ‐53.46 Decreased vacuum

COLE1207 11/19/2013 12:41 33.5 27.2 7.7 31.6 100 104 57.6 49.9 ‐10.14 ‐9.59 ‐53.34 Decreased vacuum
COLE1207 12/9/2013 13:18 50.9 38.4 2.7 8 106 106 46.2 46.5 ‐11.78 ‐11.81 ‐62.52

COLE1208 11/19/2013 12:44 49.3 39.4 1.3 10 93 93 ‐0.04 ‐0.04 ‐0.08
COLE1209 11/19/2013 12:01 44.8 37.9 0 17.3 46 46 85.5 91.4 ‐37.45 ‐37.4 ‐58.09
COLE1210 11/19/2013 11:56 56.9 42.8 0.3 0 112 112 20.3 21.5 ‐38.98 ‐39.12 ‐59.55 Increased vacuum

COLE1211 11/19/2013 11:50 34.9 27 7.5 30.6 65 65 ‐30.99 ‐25.35 ‐60.18 Decreased vacuum
COLE1211 12/9/2013 12:48 56.5 43.5 0 0 37 38 4.5 5.6 ‐7.09 ‐8.36 ‐59.45 Increased vacuum

COLEW10I 11/19/2013 15:23 44.2 38 0 17.8 73 86 3.1 3.1 ‐0.39 ‐0.39 ‐48.33
COLEW11I 11/19/2013 15:46 39.7 34.8 1 24.5 100 102 3.3 2.5 ‐9.2 ‐9.01 ‐47.75 Decreased vacuum
COLEW12I 11/19/2013 13:50 48.8 38.2 0 13 110 110 25.2 27.1 ‐8.39 ‐8.41 ‐40.47
COLEW13I 11/19/2013 14:00 43.1 35.9 0.9 20.1 118 118 11.8 8.5 ‐6.93 ‐6.86 ‐47.39 Decreased vacuum
COLEW14I 11/19/2013 13:31 46.1 36.1 0 17.8 116 116 17.4 17.4 ‐7.58 ‐7.57 ‐46.91
COLOEW05 11/20/2013 11:51 48 33.4 1.8 16.8 64 64 2.5 2.3 ‐0.14 ‐0.13 ‐13.12
COLOEW06 11/20/2013 11:55 51.6 36.1 0.5 11.8 62 62 3.2 3.1 ‐4.97 ‐5.07 ‐13.36
COLOEW08 11/20/2013 11:38 60.4 39.6 0 0 52 52 0 0 ‐0.28 ‐0.28 ‐8.32

COLOEW10 10/29/2013 14:13 59.5 40.4 0 0.1 60 60 3.8 3.5 0.14 0.1 ‐49.53 Increased vacuum
COLOEW10 11/20/2013 13:06 60.6 39.3 0.1 0 49 49 3.5 3.2 0.04 0.04 ‐12.77
COLOEW10 12/30/2013 14:47 27.2 19.8 12.2 40.8 40 40 0 0 ‐0.6 ‐0.14 ‐0.06 Decreased vacuum

COLOEW11 11/20/2013 13:34 47.5 29.8 4.5 18.2 45 45 ‐1.29 ‐1.2 fully closed
COLOEW12 11/20/2013 13:08 45.9 33.6 3.8 16.7 55 55 3.4 3.3 ‐2.72 ‐2.72 ‐12.82 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW13 11/20/2013 13:32 58.1 39.2 0.8 1.9 50 50 ‐0.02 ‐0.01
COLOEW14 11/20/2013 13:30 61.5 36.1 0 2.4 48 48 2.6 2.1 ‐0.06 ‐0.04 ‐13.83

COLOEW16 10/29/2013 14:36 37.6 21.4 8 33 60 60 0.02 0.02 fully closed; Decreased vacuum
COLOEW16 11/20/2013 13:26 65.6 34.4 0 0 55 55 0.04 0.04 fully closed
COLOEW16 12/30/2013 15:43 63.4 36.5 0 0.1 35 33 1.52 ‐0.13 Increased vacuum

Page 1 of 5
Init Static  Adj Static 
Init Temp  Adj Temp  Init Flow  Adj Flow  Press    (in‐ Press       System 
Point Name Date Time CH4 (%) CO2 (%) O2 (%) Bal (%) (oF) (oF) (cfm) (cfm) wc) (in‐wc) Pressure Comments

COLOEW17 10/29/2013 14:34 29.7 20.8 8.8 40.7 57 57 ‐0.94 ‐0.87 ‐37.53 fully closed
COLOEW17 11/20/2013 13:24 63.6 36.4 0 0 44 44 0 0 0.36 0.35 ‐14.87
COLOEW17 12/30/2013 15:40 65.2 34.8 0 0 40 40 0 11.8 2.58 ‐0.91 ‐0.05 Increased vacuum

COLOEW18 11/20/2013 13:22 57.9 42 0 0.1 48 48 1.8 1.5 ‐10.81 ‐11.25 ‐14.7

COLOEW19 10/29/2013 14:28 29.3 23.3 9.7 37.7 61 62 26.6 15.5 ‐0.47 ‐0.23 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW19 11/20/2013 13:19 58.5 41.5 0 0 49 49 0.07 0.07
COLOEW19 12/30/2013 15:16 44.4 34.5 5.4 15.7 34 34 ‐4.9 ‐5

COLOEW1I 11/19/2013 15:02 57.3 41.3 0 1.4 100 100 15 15.4 ‐12.9 ‐13.53 ‐48.02 Increased vacuum
COLOEW20 11/20/2013 13:17 30.8 30.4 2.4 36.4 52 52 ‐0.1 ‐0.09 fully closed
COLOEW21 11/20/2013 13:14 54.8 39.9 1 4.3 55 55 8.9 8.8 ‐2.86 ‐2.86 ‐12.56

COLOEW22 10/29/2013 14:19 56.9 43.1 0 0 66 66 0.12 ‐1.16 Increased vacuum
COLOEW22 11/20/2013 13:11 58.2 41.3 0 0.5 53 53 4.3 4 0.03 0.03
COLOEW22 12/30/2013 14:54 51.6 39.4 2.6 6.4 33 33 46.2 50.6 ‐1.63 ‐1.71

COLOEW23 10/29/2013 14:47 52.5 32.9 0.2 14.4 72 69 8.7 8.3 ‐0.41 ‐0.4 ‐39.17
COLOEW23 11/20/2013 13:37 56.9 34 0 9.1 60 58 4.2 4.1 0.02 0.03 ‐12.22
COLOEW23 12/30/2013 15:55 58.3 34.2 0.6 6.9 42 43 2.7 3 ‐1.12 ‐1.13 ‐0.07

COLOEW24 11/20/2013 13:39 41.4 20.4 7.4 30.8 43 45 5.2 ‐1.87 ‐1.92 ‐9.38

COLOEW25 11/20/2013 13:41 53.4 32.5 0 14.1 47 47 ‐6.51 ‐7.01
COLOEW26 11/20/2013 13:44 57.6 35.5 0.8 6.1 44 44 1.7 1.5 ‐11.14 ‐11.13 ‐11.63

COLOEW27 11/20/2013 14:11 26.6 17.4 10.7 45.3 52 52 ‐0.07 ‐0.07 ‐9.21 fully closed

COLOEW28 11/20/2013 14:14 50.9 28.6 4.1 16.4 42 43 ‐0.21 ‐0.21
COLOEW29 11/20/2013 14:07 12 11 12.4 64.6 46 46 ‐0.08 ‐0.07 fully closed
COLOEW2I 11/19/2013 14:46 38.7 35.8 0 25.5 113 115 9 4.9 ‐0.83 ‐0.72 ‐46.21 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW31 11/20/2013 14:04 63.6 36.4 0 0 46 46 0.5 0.8 ‐0.11 ‐0.11 ‐9.55
COLOEW32 11/20/2013 14:01 60.9 34.3 0 4.8 44 44 0.6 1 ‐0.07 ‐0.04 ‐9.93

COLOEW33 10/29/2013 14:58 61.7 38.3 0 0 65 66 0 0 0.19 0.19 ‐38.4 Increased vacuum
COLOEW33 11/20/2013 13:47 60.2 37.6 0 2.2 45 45 0 0 0.11 0.11 ‐11.43
COLOEW33 12/30/2013 14:19 30.4 28.4 5.8 35.4 32 35 1.1 1.1 ‐0.21 ‐0.18 ‐52.29 fully closed; Decreased vacuum

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Init Static  Adj Static 
Init Temp  Adj Temp  Init Flow  Adj Flow  Press    (in‐ Press       System 
Point Name Date Time CH4 (%) CO2 (%) O2 (%) Bal (%) (oF) (oF) (cfm) (cfm) wc) (in‐wc) Pressure Comments
COLOEW34 10/29/2013 15:01 59.7 32.3 0 8 70 70 ‐0.31 ‐0.34 Increased vacuum
COLOEW34 11/20/2013 13:50 60.8 33.1 0 6.1 58 58 0.21 0.21
COLOEW34 12/30/2013 14:15 62.7 35.2 0 2.1 50 53 ‐0.9 ‐0.95 Increased vacuum

COLOEW35 10/29/2013 15:07 63.4 35.6 0 1 69 69 2.9 2.9 0.16 0.17 0.17 no vacuum
COLOEW35 11/20/2013 13:54 50 32.6 0.1 17.3 47 47 0 0 0.33 0.32 0.44
COLOEW35 12/30/2013 14:11 52.4 33.1 1.5 13 40 40 10.4 10.3 ‐0.56 ‐0.56 ‐0.05

COLOEW37 10/29/2013 11:40 0.6 7.9 12.6 78.9 62 62 0.01 0 ‐50.15 fully closed
COLOEW37 11/20/2013 10:50 0.8 2.5 18.8 77.9 56 56 0.09 0.1 ‐13.1 fully closed
COLOEW37 12/30/2013 14:08 0.1 1.8 20.9 77.2 32 32 0 0 ‐0.01 ‐0.01 ‐53.53 fully closed

COLOEW38 10/29/2013 11:42 38.8 29.1 6.5 25.6 71 72 9 7.1 ‐5.88 ‐4.86 ‐49.99 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW38 11/20/2013 10:53 40.3 29.2 5.9 24.6 63 62 4.3 4.2 ‐1.16 ‐1.2 ‐12.73 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW38 12/30/2013 14:06 57 42.4 0.6 0 55 55 32.2 32.3 ‐5.44 ‐5.48 ‐51.72 Increased vacuum

COLOEW39 11/20/2013 10:56 56.6 38.6 0.8 4 55 55 3 2.8 0 0 ‐12.78
COLOEW3I 11/19/2013 14:30 47.6 37.7 0 14.7 104 105 13.2 13.3 ‐4.03 ‐4.21 ‐47.31 Increased vacuum
COLOEW45 11/20/2013 11:02 59 41 0 0 73 73 2.8 2.9 ‐6.75 ‐6.73 ‐12.9
COLOEW4I 11/19/2013 14:36 49.5 39.9 2.5 8.1 42 42 0 0 ‐0.37 ‐0.36 ‐0.3 no vacuum

COLOEW54 10/29/2013 12:21 53.5 37.8 0 8.7 66 66 12.3 9.9 ‐0.04 ‐0.04 ‐50.4 Increased vacuum
COLOEW54 11/20/2013 11:08 50.2 36.3 0 13.5 58 58 10.7 9.7 0.01 0.01 ‐12.85
COLOEW54 12/30/2013 13:53 61.3 38.7 0 0 32 32 ‐0.52 ‐0.77 ‐52.34 Increased vacuum

COLOEW55 11/20/2013 11:06 39.4 30.4 6 24.2 52 52 10.5 8.1 ‐8.86 ‐9.5 ‐13.02 Decreased vacuum

COLOEW56 10/29/2013 12:26 63.5 36.5 0 0 60 61 11.1 9 0.34 0.32 ‐50.84 Increased vacuum
COLOEW56 11/20/2013 11:11 63.5 36.5 0 0 50 50 9 8.4 0.2 0.21 ‐12.84
COLOEW56 12/30/2013 13:48 63 37 0 0 33 34 0 ‐0.01 ‐54.31 fully closed

COLOEW57 10/29/2013 12:30 31.8 20 9.3 38.9 62 62 0 0.5 ‐2.06 ‐2.07 ‐51.18 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW57 11/20/2013 11:14 61.8 34 0.8 3.4 52 52 0 0 0.02 0.02 ‐12.76
COLOEW57 12/30/2013 13:44 45.5 27.8 6.3 20.4 35 35 2.9 2.9 ‐2.02 ‐2.02 ‐53.86

COLOEW58 11/20/2013 11:18 31.4 23.5 6.4 38.7 48 48 2 1.6 ‐3.65 ‐2.87 ‐9.75 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW59 11/20/2013 11:24 58 40.1 0.2 1.7 59 59 2.6 2.4 ‐0.07 ‐0.16 ‐12.59

COLOEW5I 10/24/2013 13:26 53.2 39.7 0 7.1 103 103 25.4 29 ‐23.62 ‐24.17 ‐44.86 Increased vacuum
COLOEW5I 11/19/2013 14:09 56.5 43.5 0 0 42 42 0 0 2.42 2.41 2.37

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Init Static  Adj Static 
Init Temp  Adj Temp  Init Flow  Adj Flow  Press    (in‐ Press       System 
Point Name Date Time CH4 (%) CO2 (%) O2 (%) Bal (%) (oF) (oF) (cfm) (cfm) wc) (in‐wc) Pressure Comments

COLOEW61 11/20/2013 11:27 58.7 41.3 0 0 0 0 ‐10.84 ‐10.84 Surging
COLOEW62 11/19/2013 15:39 55 40.5 0 4.5 105 103 0 0 ‐47.57 ‐47.71 ‐47.66
COLOEW63 11/19/2013 15:35 23.5 20.6 9.7 46.2 41 41 ‐0.18 ‐0.19 ‐39.15 fully closed

COLOEW64 10/29/2013 10:37 18.8 20.9 10.7 49.6 53 53 0 0 ‐2.91 ‐2.91 ‐52.43 fully closed
COLOEW64 11/19/2013 13:53 3.5 4.9 18.1 73.5 42 42 4.35 4.24 ‐40.52 fully closed
COLOEW64 12/30/2013 13:23 20.4 20.2 11.8 47.6 27 27 0.04 0.06 ‐54.35 fully closed

COLOEW65 11/19/2013 14:57 29.3 29.6 1.5 39.6 48 48 ‐7.77 ‐6.54 fully closed
COLOEW67 11/19/2013 15:26 46.4 38.5 0 15.1 105 105 7.4 0 ‐31.63 ‐31.11 ‐46.56
COLOEW68 11/19/2013 15:12 50.3 39.1 0 10.6 90 90 1.7 39.6 ‐2.51 ‐47.37 ‐46.91
COLOEW69 11/19/2013 15:19 45.3 36 3.7 15 90 90 2.3 0 ‐44.28 ‐44.69 ‐44.34 Decreased vacuum; Surging
COLOEW6I 11/19/2013 15:50 50.4 35.7 3.3 10.6 77 76 0 0 ‐5.6 ‐5.6 ‐47.73
COLOEW7I 11/19/2013 15:42 44.1 37 0.7 18.2 86 88 0 0 ‐8.97 ‐8.98 ‐47.8 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW86 11/19/2013 14:50 41 34.5 1.8 22.7 100 100 18.4 18.3 ‐2.02 ‐2 ‐0.07 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW87 11/19/2013 14:42 52.9 39.7 1.3 6.1 76 76 0 0 ‐33.96 ‐33.99 ‐42.98

COLOEW88 10/24/2013 13:32 0.5 3.7 17.4 78.4 53 53 0.01 ‐0.01 ‐44.69 fully closed
COLOEW88 11/19/2013 14:25 0.1 3.8 16 80.1 47 47 0 0 ‐0.03 0.03 0.04 fully closed
COLOEW88 12/9/2013 13:32 0.1 2.3 18.2 79.4 36 36 ‐0.08 ‐0.07 ‐52.13 fully closed

COLOEW89 10/24/2013 13:22 5.3 16.4 8.6 69.7 51 52 ‐0.22 ‐0.29 ‐45.05 fully closed
COLOEW89 11/19/2013 14:04 38.8 35.3 0 25.9 43 43 0.08 0.1 ‐45.67 fully closed
COLOEW89 12/9/2013 13:41 57.9 42.1 0 0 36 36 2.9 2.8 0.04 0.04 ‐52.45
COLOEW89 12/9/2013 13:42 57.3 42.7 0 0 36 36 2.4 1.5 ‐0.01 ‐9.16 ‐51.71 Increased vacuum; watered in

COLOEW8I 11/19/2013 15:30 41.6 37.3 0 21.1 43 44 2.3 2.3 ‐3.57 ‐3.61 ‐48.77 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW91 11/19/2013 14:54 39.1 32.1 0.5 28.3 46 47 0 0 ‐42.08 ‐37.68 ‐45.85 Decreased vacuum
COLOEW9I 11/19/2013 15:07 55.4 40.4 0 4.2 94 94 5.9 5.9 ‐1.69 ‐1.68 ‐48.14
COLOHC01 11/20/2013 12:00 59.6 40.3 0 0.1 56 56 40.1 39.2 ‐7.99 ‐8.01 ‐12.62

COLOHC02 10/29/2013 13:43 38.5 26.8 6.2 28.5 73 73 8.4 6.9 ‐1.16 ‐1.06 ‐45.93 Decreased vacuum
COLOHC02 11/20/2013 12:10 61.5 38.2 0 0.3 63 63 3.4 7.9 0.31 0.21 ‐12.44
COLOHC02 12/30/2013 16:37 47 31.7 5.1 16.2 40 40 11.6 11.6 ‐0.8 ‐0.8 ‐0.04

COLOHC03 11/20/2013 12:03 32.8 27.9 1.9 37.4 67 67 0 0 ‐0.1 ‐0.08 ‐12.68 Decreased vacuum

COLOHC04 10/29/2013 14:03 63.6 36.4 0 0 60 60 0 0 16.6 16.49 ‐38.22 Increased vacuum
COLOHC04 11/20/2013 11:46 62.8 37.1 0 0.1 50 53 0 0 11.43 11.46 ‐0.44 fully closed

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Init Static  Adj Static 
Init Temp  Adj Temp  Init Flow  Adj Flow  Press    (in‐ Press       System 
Point Name Date Time CH4 (%) CO2 (%) O2 (%) Bal (%) (oF) (oF) (cfm) (cfm) wc) (in‐wc) Pressure Comments
COLOHC70 11/20/2013 12:28 57.4 39.7 0 2.9 66 66 0 0 ‐3.45 ‐3.47 Surging
COLOHC71 11/20/2013 12:22 57.6 42.3 0 0.1 72 72 0 0 ‐13.35 ‐13.28
COLOHC72 11/20/2013 12:25 31.7 31 1.2 36.1 99 99 0 0 ‐4.86 ‐1.74 fully closed; Decreased vacuum

COLOLC09 10/29/2013 15:31 43.1 32.1 4.6 20.2 68 68 18.1 16.9 ‐2.81 ‐3.42 ‐43.32 Decreased vacuum
COLOLC09 11/20/2013 11:33 59.5 40.4 0.1 0 66 66 9.1 9 0.36 0.38 ‐12.96
COLOLC09 12/30/2013 15:06 56.1 33.7 1.7 8.5 46 50 17.6 18.4 ‐6.92 ‐7.01 ‐53.96 Increased vacuum

COLOLC77 11/19/2013 16:06 57.2 42.6 0.1 0.1 50 53 10.4 13 ‐3.35 ‐3.69 ‐49.82 Increased vacuum
COLOLC78 11/19/2013 16:02 59.3 40.6 0.1 0 56 57 23.8 29.9 ‐4.22 ‐4.33 ‐48.89 Increased vacuum
COLOLC95 11/12/2013 15:21 58.2 39.9 0 1.9 67 67 0 0 ‐0.23 ‐0.24 ‐0.23
COLOLC95 11/19/2013 11:17 58.6 39.7 0 1.7 55 55 0 0 ‐0.13 ‐0.19 ‐0.12 Increased vacuum
COLOLC96 11/12/2013 15:19 59.6 40.4 0 0 69 69 0 0 ‐0.19 ‐0.22 ‐0.22
COLOLC96 11/19/2013 11:14 60 39.9 0 0.1 76 76 0 0 ‐0.25 ‐0.39 0 Increased vacuum

COPLNTIN 10/18/2013 10:09 43.6 35 2.5 18.9 75 75.5 1641 1641 ‐50.14 ‐50.13
COPLNTIN 10/18/2013 16:07 48.3 37.4 1.6 12.7 0 0 1560 1560 ‐47.61 ‐47.92
COPLNTIN 10/24/2013 10:35 44 35.1 2.3 18.6 76 76 1383 1383 ‐71.68 ‐71.64
COPLNTIN 10/24/2013 15:48 44 35.6 2.2 18.2 0 0 0 0 ‐70.97 ‐70.99
COPLNTIN 10/29/2013 9:09 40.3 33 2.8 23.9 76 76 1601 1601 ‐73.35 ‐72.91
COPLNTIN 10/29/2013 16:02 42.9 35.5 1.9 19.7 75 75 1550 1550 ‐73.3 ‐73.19
COPLNTIN 11/12/2013 12:57 44.4 34.9 2.2 18.5 69 69 1032 1032 ‐63.46 ‐63.95
COPLNTIN 11/12/2013 16:01 46.1 36.7 2.1 15.1 69 69 1030 1030 ‐62.37 ‐62.42
COPLNTIN 11/19/2013 9:50 40.2 33.6 2.6 23.6 71 71 1750 1750 ‐74.81 ‐74.73
COPLNTIN 11/19/2013 16:14 41.2 34.7 2.3 21.8 0 0 1080 1080 ‐64.5 ‐64.45

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DAQSTANDARD R8.31.01
Data Viewer R8.31.01

Device Type DX1000
Serial No. S5L602599
File Message
Time Correction None
Starting Condition Auto
Dividing Condition Manual
Meas Ch. 6
Math Ch. 0
Ext Ch. 0
Data Count 11694
Sampling Interval 60.000 sec
Start Time 2013/11/14 08:52:00 0.000
Stop Time 2013/11/22 11:45:00 0.000
Trigger Time 2013/11/22 11:45:00 0.000
Trigger No. 11693
Damage Check Not Damaged
Started by [ Key In ]
Stopped by [ Key In ]

Num. Of Converted Data 11694
Num. Of Converted Ch. 3
Converted Group 1- 1

Ch. CH001 CH002 CH003
Tag TEMP FLOW VACUUM
Tag No.
Unit °F SCFM WC
Date Time sec MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX
2013/11/20 10:50:00 0.000 1144 1155 1012 1034 53 54
2013/11/20 10:51:00 0.000 1139 1144 1014 1038 53 54
2013/11/20 10:52:00 0.000 1138 1142 1007 1034 53 54
2013/11/20 10:53:00 0.000 1135 1138 1009 1038 53 54
2013/11/20 10:54:00 0.000 1136 1147 1007 1034 53 54
2013/11/20 10:55:00 0.000 1147 1150 1008 1034 54 54
2013/11/20 10:56:00 0.000 1149 1161 1009 1034 53 54
2013/11/20 10:57:00 0.000 1158 1161 1010 1036 53 54
2013/11/20 10:58:00 0.000 1158 1172 1001 1038 53 54
2013/11/20 10:59:00 0.000 1169 1173 1009 1035 53 54
2013/11/20 11:00:00 0.000 1168 1175 1010 1035 53 54
2013/11/20 11:01:00 0.000 1171 1176 1014 1034 53 54
2013/11/20 11:02:00 0.000 1170 1177 1006 1034 53 54
2013/11/20 11:03:00 0.000 1121 1178 1012 1034 53 54
2013/11/20 11:04:00 0.000 1108 1130 1007 1037 53 54
2013/11/20 11:05:00 0.000 1130 1169 1011 1032 53 54
2013/11/20 11:06:00 0.000 1169 1188 1011 1033 53 54
2013/11/20 11:07:00 0.000 1188 1193 1011 1035 53 54
2013/11/20 11:08:00 0.000 1191 1196 1010 1036 53 54
2013/11/20 11:09:00 0.000 1132 1197 1015 1037 53 54
2013/11/20 11:10:00 0.000 1131 1155 1010 1033 53 54
2013/11/20 11:11:00 0.000 1155 1170 1007 1042 53 54
2013/11/20 11:12:00 0.000 1170 1180 1013 1038 53 54
2013/11/20 11:13:00 0.000 1180 1182 1008 1041 53 54
2013/11/20 11:14:00 0.000 1161 1182 1015 1040 53 54
2013/11/20 11:15:00 0.000 1143 1161 1005 1038 53 54
2013/11/20 11:16:00 0.000 1149 1192 1010 1040 53 54
2013/11/20 11:17:00 0.000 1192 1209 1008 1031 53 54
2013/11/20 11:18:00 0.000 1203 1211 1006 1035 53 54
2013/11/20 11:19:00 0.000 1200 1204 1013 1035 53 54
2013/11/20 11:20:00 0.000 1194 1208 1012 1036 53 54
2013/11/20 11:21:00 0.000 1183 1194 1014 1044 53 54
2013/11/20 11:22:00 0.000 1184 1197 1011 1043 53 54
2013/11/20 11:23:00 0.000 1169 1194 1013 1041 53 54
2013/11/20 11:24:00 0.000 1169 1176 1010 1039 53 54
2013/11/20 11:25:00 0.000 1161 1176 1008 1043 53 54
2013/11/20 11:26:00 0.000 1161 1168 1013 1043 53 54
2013/11/20 11:27:00 0.000 1168 1202 1011 1037 53 54
2013/11/20 11:28:00 0.000 1202 1221 1015 1037 53 54
2013/11/20 11:29:00 0.000 1221 1232 1017 1036 53 54
2013/11/20 11:30:00 0.000 1223 1231 1006 1037 53 54
2013/11/20 11:31:00 0.000 1219 1224 1015 1039 53 54
2013/11/20 11:32:00 0.000 1224 1231 1010 1035 53 54
2013/11/20 11:33:00 0.000 1209 1231 1013 1038 53 54
2013/11/20 11:34:00 0.000 1202 1209 1014 1041 53 54
2013/11/20 11:35:00 0.000 1199 1205 1008 1037 53 53
2013/11/20 11:36:00 0.000 1191 1199 1013 1039 53 54
2013/11/20 11:37:00 0.000 1183 1191 1013 1035 53 54
2013/11/20 11:38:00 0.000 1168 1183 1015 1044 53 54
2013/11/20 11:39:00 0.000 1163 1168 1014 1038 53 54
2013/11/20 11:40:00 0.000 1157 1163 1017 1036 53 54
2013/11/20 11:41:00 0.000 1156 1160 1018 1041 53 54
2013/11/20 11:42:00 0.000 1146 1159 1018 1046 53 54
2013/11/20 11:43:00 0.000 1143 1148 1015 1043 53 54
2013/11/20 11:44:00 0.000 1148 1160 1022 1052 52 53
2013/11/20 11:45:00 0.000 1160 1176 1016 1057 52 53
2013/11/20 11:46:00 0.000 1164 1177 1008 1036 52 53
2013/11/20 11:47:00 0.000 1177 1192 1008 1034 53 53
2013/11/20 11:48:00 0.000 1172 1186 1010 1038 53 53
2013/11/20 11:49:00 0.000 1186 1213 1012 1040 53 54
2013/11/20 11:50:00 0.000 1213 1222 1021 1041 53 53
2013/11/20 11:51:00 0.000 1203 1220 1015 1040 53 54
2013/11/20 11:52:00 0.000 1200 1206 1023 1048 53 54
2013/11/20 11:53:00 0.000 1200 1206 1019 1045 53 53
2013/11/20 11:54:00 0.000 1191 1200 1015 1044 53 53
2013/11/20 11:55:00 0.000 1184 1191 1014 1043 53 54
2013/11/20 11:56:00 0.000 1174 1184 1015 1049 53 54
2013/11/20 11:57:00 0.000 1165 1174 1019 1046 53 53
2013/11/20 11:58:00 0.000 1160 1167 1018 1047 53 54
2013/11/20 11:59:00 0.000 1167 1175 1017 1043 53 54
2013/11/20 12:00:00 0.000 1175 1188 1018 1043 53 54
2013/11/20 12:01:00 0.000 1187 1189 1017 1044 53 53
2013/11/20 12:02:00 0.000 1151 1187 1015 1049 53 54
2013/11/20 12:03:00 0.000 1151 1166 1016 1043 53 53
2013/11/20 12:04:00 0.000 1166 1178 1021 1046 53 53
2013/11/20 12:05:00 0.000 1178 1188 1019 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 12:06:00 0.000 1180 1192 1022 1044 53 53
2013/11/20 12:07:00 0.000 1177 1190 1020 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:08:00 0.000 1190 1200 1018 1045 53 53
2013/11/20 12:09:00 0.000 1200 1207 1022 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:10:00 0.000 1207 1215 1022 1039 53 53
2013/11/20 12:11:00 0.000 1199 1215 1022 1042 53 54
2013/11/20 12:12:00 0.000 1186 1199 1014 1040 53 53
2013/11/20 12:13:00 0.000 1188 1191 1023 1043 53 53
2013/11/20 12:14:00 0.000 1190 1192 1015 1050 53 54
2013/11/20 12:15:00 0.000 1183 1192 1022 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 12:16:00 0.000 1183 1187 1018 1050 53 54
2013/11/20 12:17:00 0.000 1187 1203 1024 1060 52 53
2013/11/20 12:18:00 0.000 1196 1203 1044 1079 51 52
2013/11/20 12:19:00 0.000 1185 1196 1059 1082 50 51
2013/11/20 12:20:00 0.000 1161 1185 1003 1081 51 51
2013/11/20 12:21:00 0.000 1184 1226 1004 1021 51 51
2013/11/20 12:22:00 0.000 1226 1246 996 1016 51 52
2013/11/20 12:23:00 0.000 1246 1256 993 1007 52 53
2013/11/20 12:24:00 0.000 1250 1258 997 1018 52 53
2013/11/20 12:25:00 0.000 1241 1259 1016 1043 52 53
2013/11/20 12:26:00 0.000 1215 1241 1022 1051 53 53
2013/11/20 12:27:00 0.000 1201 1215 1027 1053 53 53
2013/11/20 12:28:00 0.000 1192 1201 1025 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:29:00 0.000 1187 1192 1026 1051 53 53
2013/11/20 12:30:00 0.000 1179 1187 1023 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:31:00 0.000 1178 1180 1024 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 12:32:00 0.000 1174 1182 1026 1046 52 53
2013/11/20 12:33:00 0.000 1165 1174 1026 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 12:34:00 0.000 1171 1180 1027 1053 53 53
2013/11/20 12:35:00 0.000 1180 1188 1029 1043 53 53
2013/11/20 12:36:00 0.000 1187 1189 1028 1054 53 53
2013/11/20 12:37:00 0.000 1178 1188 1034 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 12:38:00 0.000 1179 1180 1024 1055 53 53
2013/11/20 12:39:00 0.000 1180 1182 1026 1053 53 53
2013/11/20 12:40:00 0.000 1171 1181 1027 1054 53 53
2013/11/20 12:41:00 0.000 1169 1171 1027 1055 53 53
2013/11/20 12:42:00 0.000 1166 1171 1027 1051 53 53
2013/11/20 12:43:00 0.000 1165 1168 1026 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:44:00 0.000 1168 1169 1022 1054 53 53
2013/11/20 12:45:00 0.000 1160 1169 1022 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:46:00 0.000 1152 1160 1027 1055 53 53
2013/11/20 12:47:00 0.000 1150 1156 1028 1054 53 53
2013/11/20 12:48:00 0.000 1143 1156 1024 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 12:49:00 0.000 1138 1151 1023 1052 53 53
2013/11/20 12:50:00 0.000 1151 1167 1029 1055 53 53
2013/11/20 12:51:00 0.000 1167 1178 1027 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 12:52:00 0.000 1178 1202 1025 1045 53 53
2013/11/20 12:53:00 0.000 1202 1211 1029 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:54:00 0.000 1211 1215 1031 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:55:00 0.000 1215 1219 1030 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 12:56:00 0.000 1199 1218 1032 1051 52 53
2013/11/20 12:57:00 0.000 1193 1199 1028 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 12:58:00 0.000 1165 1196 1021 1047 53 53
2013/11/20 12:59:00 0.000 1148 1165 1026 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 13:00:00 0.000 1164 1181 1030 1046 53 53
2013/11/20 13:01:00 0.000 1181 1187 1031 1047 53 53
2013/11/20 13:02:00 0.000 1187 1198 1030 1045 53 53
2013/11/20 13:03:00 0.000 1198 1202 1029 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 13:04:00 0.000 1190 1201 1036 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 13:05:00 0.000 1186 1190 1027 1046 53 53
2013/11/20 13:06:00 0.000 1178 1186 1030 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 13:07:00 0.000 1177 1193 1035 1043 53 53
2013/11/20 13:08:00 0.000 1180 1196 1033 1050 52 53
2013/11/20 13:09:00 0.000 1178 1185 1031 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 13:10:00 0.000 1163 1182 1033 1048 52 53
2013/11/20 13:11:00 0.000 1164 1198 1035 1046 52 53
2013/11/20 13:12:00 0.000 1198 1212 1033 1043 52 53
2013/11/20 13:13:00 0.000 1169 1201 1037 1045 53 53
2013/11/20 13:14:00 0.000 1171 1182 1028 1044 53 53
2013/11/20 13:15:00 0.000 1182 1196 1031 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 13:16:00 0.000 1196 1219 1030 1044 53 53
2013/11/20 13:17:00 0.000 1202 1220 1033 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 13:18:00 0.000 1203 1204 1021 1048 52 53
2013/11/20 13:19:00 0.000 1195 1203 1033 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 13:20:00 0.000 1186 1195 1035 1046 52 53
2013/11/20 13:21:00 0.000 1186 1188 1032 1052 52 53
2013/11/20 13:22:00 0.000 1184 1189 1035 1046 53 53
2013/11/20 13:23:00 0.000 1189 1206 1030 1046 53 53
2013/11/20 13:24:00 0.000 1205 1208 1033 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 13:25:00 0.000 1204 1207 1034 1047 53 53
2013/11/20 13:26:00 0.000 1180 1204 1027 1045 52 53
2013/11/20 13:27:00 0.000 1065 1180 1028 1048 52 53
2013/11/20 13:28:00 0.000 1035 1067 1032 1045 53 53
2013/11/20 13:29:00 0.000 1035 1095 1034 1042 52 53
2013/11/20 13:30:00 0.000 1095 1151 1033 1044 53 53
2013/11/20 13:31:00 0.000 1151 1175 1033 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 13:32:00 0.000 1175 1192 1036 1046 52 53
2013/11/20 13:33:00 0.000 1191 1195 1036 1046 52 53
2013/11/20 13:34:00 0.000 1190 1192 1031 1047 53 53
2013/11/20 13:35:00 0.000 1192 1198 1031 1047 52 53
2013/11/20 13:36:00 0.000 1197 1200 1037 1045 53 53
2013/11/20 13:37:00 0.000 1188 1197 1036 1047 53 53
2013/11/20 13:38:00 0.000 1176 1188 1035 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 13:39:00 0.000 1171 1176 1035 1047 53 53
2013/11/20 13:40:00 0.000 1174 1189 1034 1047 53 53
2013/11/20 13:41:00 0.000 1182 1196 1033 1046 53 53
2013/11/20 13:42:00 0.000 1162 1182 1035 1043 53 53
2013/11/20 13:43:00 0.000 1176 1184 1036 1048 52 53
2013/11/20 13:44:00 0.000 1184 1186 1035 1050 52 53
2013/11/20 13:45:00 0.000 1184 1188 1035 1047 53 53
2013/11/20 13:46:00 0.000 1184 1191 1033 1046 53 53
2013/11/20 13:47:00 0.000 1189 1191 1039 1051 52 53
2013/11/20 13:48:00 0.000 1181 1190 1039 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 13:49:00 0.000 1181 1183 1039 1050 52 53
2013/11/20 13:50:00 0.000 1182 1191 1038 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 13:51:00 0.000 1176 1195 1041 1051 52 53
2013/11/20 13:52:00 0.000 1138 1176 1033 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 13:53:00 0.000 1138 1172 1038 1047 52 53
2013/11/20 13:54:00 0.000 1172 1199 1037 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 13:55:00 0.000 1199 1211 1037 1049 52 53
2013/11/20 13:56:00 0.000 1209 1217 1037 1049 52 53
2013/11/20 13:57:00 0.000 1196 1209 1036 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 13:58:00 0.000 1190 1196 1038 1051 52 53
2013/11/20 13:59:00 0.000 1186 1190 1040 1050 52 53
2013/11/20 14:00:00 0.000 1165 1194 1037 1049 52 53
2013/11/20 14:01:00 0.000 1140 1165 1037 1048 53 53
2013/11/20 14:02:00 0.000 1155 1190 1038 1053 52 53
2013/11/20 14:03:00 0.000 1190 1205 1036 1050 52 53
2013/11/20 14:04:00 0.000 1204 1207 1039 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 14:05:00 0.000 1196 1204 1039 1052 53 53
2013/11/20 14:06:00 0.000 1180 1196 1035 1051 53 53
2013/11/20 14:07:00 0.000 1181 1207 1037 1050 52 53
2013/11/20 14:08:00 0.000 1207 1217 1036 1048 52 53
2013/11/20 14:09:00 0.000 1194 1217 1035 1049 53 53
2013/11/20 14:10:00 0.000 1139 1194 1039 1049 52 53
2013/11/20 14:11:00 0.000 1129 1139 1036 1051 52 53
2013/11/20 14:12:00 0.000 1130 1153 1040 1052 52 53
2013/11/20 14:13:00 0.000 1153 1187 1040 1050 53 53
2013/11/20 14:14:00 0.000 1187 1195 1040 1053 52 53
Maximum 1059 1082 54 54
Minimum 993 1007 50 51
Average 1023 1045 53 53
Average 1034
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix E

Flare Flow Meter Calibration Results

Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report February 2014
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix F

LFG Test Sampling Form

Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report February 2014
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix G

Laboratory Results

Tier 2 Test and Emission Rate Report February 2014
Capital Region Landfills, Inc.

Appendix H

Calculations

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Colonie Tier 2 Sampling Field Data Calculations
Total
Sample CH4 (%) (1) CO2 (%) O2 (%) Balance (%) IES Flow Flare Flow Flow Flow @ 50%
(2) (2)
(cfm) (cfm) (cfm) CH4 (cfm)
Start 47.7 36.5 1.5 14.3 1001
Colonie 1 End 47.5 36.6 1.4 14.5
Average 47.6 36.55 1.45 14.4 1001 752 1753 1669
Start 47.7 36.6 1.4 14.3 999
Colonie 2 End 47.7 36.8 1.4 14.1
Average 47.7 36.7 1.4 14.2 999 746 1745 1665
Start 47.7 36.9 1.4 13.9 994
Colonie 3 End 47.7 36.7 1.4 14.2 1003
Average 47.7 36.8 1.4 14.05 999 745 1744 1663

(1) Gas Quality Data measured using GEM 2000 and recorded on LFG Test Sampling Form (Main Header), Tier 2 Test Colonie Landfill.

(2) IES flow from IES flow meter recorded on LFG Test Sampling Form (Main Header), Tier 2 Test Colonie Landfill.

(3) Flare flow from flare flow meter recorded in field data book.

Colonie Tier 2 Laboratory Analysis Summary and Calculations

NMOC NMOC (ppm CH4 (%) (2) CO2 (%) O2 (%) Balance (%)
(1) (1)
Location Sample (ppm as C) as Hexane)
Inlet - Engine
Plant Colonie 1 1841 307 46.8 34.9 1.63 15.3
Inlet - Engine
Plant Colonie 2 1802 300 47 35.1 1.71 15.3
Inlet - Engine
Plant Colonie 3 1963 327 47.2 35.3 1.66 14.9
Average 1869 311

1. NMOC concentration from Atmaa Inc Laboratory Analysis Report using Method 25C.
2. Fixed compound concentrations from Atmaa Inc Laboratory Analysis Report using Method 3C.

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Exhibbit H-1 Mass Emission Rate Calculation

Mass Emission Rate Equation

Where:
MNMOC: mass emission rate of NMOC , megagrams per year.
QLFG: flow rate of landfill gas, cubic meter per minute
CNMOC: NMOC concentration, parts per million by volume as hexane.
Flow Conversion Factor: 1 cf = 0.02832 m3

NMOC NMOC (ppm as Flow @ 50%
Location Sample (ppm as C) Hexane) CH4 (cfm)
Inlet - Engine
Plant Colonie 1 1841 307 1753
Inlet - Engine
Plant Colonie 2 1802 300 1745
Inlet - Engine
Plant Colonie 3 1963 327 1744
Maximum Flow 1753
Average NMOC 1869 311
Total Emission Rate (Mg/yr) 29.2

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845-357-1510 FAX: 845-357-1049 SCALE ______________

Exhibbit H-1 Mass Emission Rate Calculation

Mass Emission Rate Equation

Where:
MNMOC: mass emission rate of NMOC , megagrams per year.
QLFG: flow rate of landfill gas, cubic meter per minute
CNMOC: NMOC concentration, parts permillion by volume as hexane.
Flow Conversion Factor: 1 cf = 0.02832 m3

Flow @ 50% Emission
CH4 (cfm) Rate (Mg/yr)
2014 1998 33.3
2015 2243 37.4
2016 2488 41.5
2017 2733 45.5
2018 2978 49.6

Assumed Flow Increase/ yr 245.00

Calculated LFG flow at:

MNMOC(1) 49.9 Mg/yr
CNMOC(2) 311 ppmv
QLFG 2994 cfm at 50% CH4

1. 40 CFR Mass Emission Rate threshold

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