New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 20, 1991, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 20, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Records Now Texas August 1991 Police Blotter New Braunfcls Police Department Blotter from 7 16 to 7 19 unfounded and noreports pot Friday morning Traffic pighway 81 at Spur 3 Officer High way 81 at Loop 337 Officer Traffic 1000 jjlock of Churchill Officer High way 46 Officer H way 46 Officer 8 18 Report on burglary of rmbi lotion 300 block of Bagel Officer Report on burglary of rhetor vehicle Holiday Inn Officer 92Q Report on criminal mis chief Holiday Inn Officer Report on burglary of motor vehicle Oakwood Inn Officer on request to speak vHtfi officer 111 Garden Officer Friday afternoon l Officer Traffic Loop 337 Officer Traffic 300 block of Lincoln Officer Traffic Cour tyard Drive Officer Report on disturbance 200 block of Green Valley Officer Report on burglary of motor vehicle Officer Report on suspicious cir cumstances Highway 46 at Interstate Stop Officer Friday evening Report family turbance 600block of business High way 81 Officer Accident report Highway 46 Officer Traffic Hick ory Officer Accident report Interstate 35 Officer Report on family distur bance 3000 block of San Antonio Officer Report on criminal mis chief 500 block of Camp Officer Saturday morning Report on prowler 2200 block of Mill Officer Misdemeanor stop 300 block of Common Officer Report on 300 block of Rio Drive Officer Traffic Mooncrest at Common Officer Report on unauthorised use of motor vehicle 1500 block of High way Officer Accident report Kettle Restaurant Officer Report on unauthorized use of motor vehicle 400 block of Laurel Lane Officer Saturday afternoon Accident report Loop 337 at River Road Officer Traffic 100 block of Common Officer Misdemeanor intoxicated pedestrian Landa Park pool Officer Misdemeanor municipal Crest Lane Officer Traffic Loop 337 at Hillcrcst Drive Officer Report on harrassment 200 block of Bergfeld Officer 528 Accident report Surfen burg Of Misdemeanor other agency Crest Lane Officer Saturday evening Accident report Main Pla za Officer Traffic Hickory at Bridge Officer Report on suspicious cir cumstances 1200 block of Mill Officer Sunday morning Report on fight In mischief 1800 block of Michigan Officer Report on criminal mis chief 1800 block of Michigan Officer Report on unauthorized use of motor vehicle 1700 block of Hunt er Officer Report on criminal mis chief 100 block of Alves Una Offic er Report on fight in progress 800 block of Pueblo Circle Officer Report on burglary of motor vehicle Hill Country Inn Officer Traffic Live Oak Officer on unauthorized use of motor vehicle Vista Del Sol apart ments Officer Main Plaza Officer Report on runaway 2200 block of Highway 81 Officer Report on harrassment 500 block of Torrcy Officer Report on burglary of motor vehicle Oakwood Inn Officer Report on criminal mis chief Bannister Shoes Officer Report on traffic stop Mill Store Plaza Officer Sunday afternoon Report on runaway 1300 block of Carnation Officer Accident report Highway 46 at Mary Officer Traffic 100 block of Liberty Officer Lafarge Balcones Plant to Maintain The Environmental Protection Agency EPA recently established a new program for regulating the burning of wastederived fuels in boilers and industrial including cement These new federal regulations are commonly called the Boiler and Industrial Furnace BIF This program is in addition to existing and recently enacted state permitting programs which regulate the same As a Lafarge will be required to meet stringent EPAbased requirements when using waste derived fuels at the Balcones Plant after Lafarge and Systech obtain required permits from the Texas Air Control Board and the Texas Water Since BIF is a new regulatory facilities already engaged in the regulated activity or facilities having committed substantial resources for the purpose of engaging in the activity are entitled to file for what is termed interim Interim status allows qualified facilities to or prepare to operate if they can meet the federal even though EPA may not have issued a final federal The purpose is to allow facilities a smooth transition to permanent status under EPA Even with interim Lafarge still must secure state permits and comply with the federal BIF standards for such facilities before it begins to burn wastederived Lafarges and Systechs permit applications have been pending for several These applications are on hold awaiting the outcome of the environmental assessment commissioned by By filing the documents required by EPA by the August we are merely seeking to maintain tho status quo to ensure the project does not move or Idfarge Corporation Syitech Environmental Corporation If you have any questions abut this project call 6257338 or Report on supplemental runaway 1400 block of San Antonio Officer Report on 1400 block of Mill Officer TReport on terroristic threat 700 block of Herry Place Officer Accident report Highway 46 at Interstate 35 Officer Traffic San Antonio at Castell Officer Sunday evening Report on criminal mis chief 600 block of Highway 81 Officer Traffic Elkol at Walnut Officer Report on criminal mis chief 1300 block of San Antonio Officer Report on 2400 block of Loop 337 Officer Report on found property 100 block of Magnolia Officer Report on located runa way 2200 block of Highway 81 Officer Traffic Spur 3 at Grape Officer Report on suspicious per son 100 block of Morales Court Officer Report on recovered sto len Hackberry at Lee Offic er Monday morning Traffic Buy For Less Officer Report on assist other violation Landa Park dance slab Officer Fire calls Now Braunfels Emergency Medical Service and fire calls from 7 August 16 to 7 August 20 Friday morning EMS Eden Home to McKenna Memorial Hospital medi cal Saturday afternoon EMS Loop 337 at River Road EMS Camp Hueco Springs to McKenna medical EMS McKenna to Seton Austin medical Saturday evening EMS Schlitterbahn to McKenna medical EMS 300 block of Merri weather to McKenna medical NBFD River Road at slumber falls assist Sunday evening 200 block of Santa Clara to McKenna medical EMS McKenna to Brooke Army Medical San Antonio medical EMS Eden Home to McKenna medical EMS McKenna to North east Baptist San Antonio medical Monday morning EMS Interstate 35 at York Creek Road to McKenna NBFD Interstate 35 at York Creek Road assist NBFD New Braunfels High School flre EMS Qufldfllupe Outpost to MoKenna medical EMS 100 block of Hickory to McKenna medical EMS McKenna to Methodist San Antonio medical Sunday morning EMS Klrkwood Manor to McKenna medical EMS 300 Laurel Plaza to Audio Murphy San Anto nio medical Sunday afternoon EMS 1300 block of Huisache to McKenna medical EMS River Road at slum ber falls to McKenna medical Births On a son was born to Geneva and Marvin Pustka of New The who live at 68 Mission created a stir with announcement of their expectancy because both parents are In their Matthew Christian Pustka was born at McKenna Memorial Hospital and weighed in at 6pounds McKenna Memorial Hospital Evarlsto and Delia Landin 851 Hueco New Braunfels 7pound 150unce boy Rebecca Ford and Chris Harding 522 New Braunfels 6pound IQounce girl LeJay and Tela Luehlfing HCR1 Box Canyon Lake 7pound 10ounce girl Robert and Lola Marks HC4 Box 206 Canyon Lake 7pound 1ounce boy Lilian Jardon 186 New Braunfels 8pound 3ounce girl NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION OF PHECOMPLIANCE WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE BURNING REQUIREMENTS OF CFR This notice Is to Inform the public of trie following facilitys intent to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency EPA regulations for combustion of hazardous waste In boilers and Industrial furnaces GENERAL FACILITY INFORMATION Facility Lafarge Corporation Address 11130 Sunrise Valley Drive 22091 FACILITY LOCATION Lafarge Corporation Solms Wald Roads Box 311507 New 78131 DATE THAT PRECOMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION IS TO BE SUBMITTED TO EPA 82191 DESCRIPTION OF BIF REGULATORY PROCEDURES EPA has promulgated standards under Subpart H of 40 CFR Part 266 that regulate tho combustion of hazardous waste In These standards require BIFs to comply with emissions standards dur ing a period of Interim status prior to obtaining a final Resource Conservation and Recovery Act operating Limits on oper ating conditions during Interim status ensure that the facility Is In compliance with emissions standards for hazardous hydrogen free paniculate and hazardous organic The Interim status rules require that own ers and operators of BIFs combusting hazardous wastes must by August a certification of preoompllanoe docu menting compliance with the emissions standards based on best engineering By August owners and opera tors must submit a certification of compliance documenting that stack testing has confirmed compliance with the emissions stan If tho facility Is not In compliance with the hazardous waste burning must Additional Information on those regulatory requirements are provided In Subpart H of 40 CFR Part TYPES OF HAZARDOUS WASTES BURNED The facility Is proposing to consume up to a total of tons per woek of liquid hazardous waste based fuels for fuel In Its cement The wastes we are proposing to use are typically solvents and other liquid organlos with substantial heat Typical sources are paint and coating auto and truck sol vent recycling chemical and pharmaceutical TYPES OF COMBUSTION DEVICE The regulated device Is a cement kiln rated at 186 clinker A permit with the Texas Air Control Board limits stack emissions to Paniculate Matter PM feed Sulfur Dioxide 250 Oxides of Nitrogen NOx 744 Carbon Monoxide CO 778 FUELS AND FEEDSTOCKS TO BE FIRED OTHER THAN HAZARDOUS WASTES The cement kiln may utilize natural petroleum and tire derived fuel TDF and process raw materials consisting of a finely ground mixture of and BASIS FOR PRECOMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE Test data collected from the kiln In 1990 were used to estimate the emissions control performance of the units air pollution control It has been determined that emissions of paniculate matter are not likely to exceed the EPA limit of sitespecific air dispersion modeling based on the maximum hourly waste food rate was oonduoted to determine the maximum annual groundlevel concentration of HC1 and C1 surrounding the Tho projected groundlevel concentrations of all pollutants are less than the levels established by LOCATION OF THE FACILITYS OPERATING RECORD The facilitys BIF correspondence file can be viewed and copied after August 1091 at the following locations Dlttllnger Memorial Library 373 Magazine New 78131 Hazardous Waste Division Region VI First Interstate Bank Towor 144B Ross Suite 1200 762022733 FACILITY MAILING LIST The facility Is maintaining a mailing list of parties Interested In receiving future Information related to the facilitys regulatory compliance To be Included on this mailing list contact the 1PA Waste Division effiee tified RiaiONAL PA HAIARB3US WASTi DIVISION Addilienal infermatlen ol iPAs IIP regulatory program ean be eotained by PA Region VI First Interstate lank 1446 Bess Suite ;