Assistance Tools for Minor Sources of Nitrogen Oxides: Dallas-Fort Worth Nonattainment Area
The following information applies to minor source facilities only in the Dallas-Fort Worth eight-hour ozone nonattainment area. (Read more about nonattainment areas.)
Many of the documents on this page are in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF) or Microsoft Word (DOC). (Help with downloading files).
Rules for Combustion Sources (Engines)
Owners-operators of facilities will need to determine their requirements for complying with rules for controlling NOx emissions from certain combustion sources, such as stationary engines.
For more information, read the rule for Dallas-Fort Worth Eight-Hour Ozone Nonattainment Area Minor Sources (30 TAC, Chapter 117, Subchapter D, Division 2).
Assistance Tools and Forms
Please Note: Revised versions of these fact sheets were posted on February 17, 2009. If you downloaded one of them prior to the revision, please replace it with the current version.
- Is My Stationary Engine Regulated Under the Minor Source NOx Rule?
- Equipment Profile Worksheet
- How Do I Calculate the Emissions from My Stationary Engine? (nonexempt equipment)
- What are the Operating, Monitoring, Testing, Record-Keeping and Reporting Requirements of the Minor Source NOx Rule?
- Minor Source NOx Rules for Partially Exempt Engines
Sample Logs to Download
The following documents are in Word (DOC) format.
- Emergency Engine Operation
- Diesel or Dual-fuel Engine Testing and Maintenance Operations
- Daily Engine Operations
- Annual Fuel Usage
- Engines Emissions
- Daily Emissions: Non-exempt Equipment with a NOx CEMS or PEMS: Rolling 30-day Average
- Daily Emissions: Non-exempt Equipment with a NOx CEMS or PEMS: Block One-Hour Average
- 30-day Rolling Averages and Calculations (download the Example only.)
Where can I find more information and assistance?
The TCEQ's Small Business and Local Government Assistance Section offers free, confidential help to small businesses and local governments working to comply with state environmental regulations. Call us at 800-447-2827 or visit our Web page at TexasEnviroHelp.org.