“Where AN as an explosive presents a theft-EXP/IEDP security issue, the STQ is 400 pounds, and a facility is expected to include all amounts of ACG of AN when determining whether it meets or exceeds the STQ. And, per § 27.203(c), in calculating this theft STQ, facilities need only count amounts in transportation packaging.”The response to question 1261 has a much more basic problem; it doesn’t address the question. The question asks: “How do I figure out the Capacity Utilization Rate? The same equipment produces multiple listed chemicals.” The answer obviously is directed at the wrong question; stating that:
“Distances of concern for purposes of Top-Screen must be calculated using EPA's RMP*Comp. Instructions for using RMP*Comp for Top-Screen are available in the downloadable Top-Screen Users Manual on the DHS website.”Keeping a large data base like this up to date and correcting little, nit-picking problems like these takes a great deal of work and dedication. As always I like to remind the CFATS community of the hard, usually unnoticed work being done by the folks at the CSAT Help Desk. Next time you talk to one of these people, please take the time to thank them for a job well done.