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Index of Supplemental Environmental Projects

Clean Air Act

Contains all Supplemental Environmental Project
 information through 12/2008

RESPONDENT DOCKET No. CACO DATE PENALTY PAYMENT SEP
COST
P2 LOCATION
OF SEP
DESCRIPTION
C.I.
THORNTOWN
CO., INC.
03-2007-0260 2/19/2008 9148 31065 Y WV Respondent agrees to install and operate a chemical storage facility for the storage of all its chlorine and sulfur dioxide containers and cylinders. * this case has an alternate SEP if needed.
UNITED DAIRY,
INC.
03-2007-0166 5/23/2007 16118 30796 Y PA Installation of ammonia
detection system
MIRANT
CORPORATION
03-2002-0184 4/20/2007 500000 970000 Y MD 1) Bottom ash and Fly ash silo vent secondary filtration - add secondary baghouse to existing fly ash silo baghouse; 2) Coal Pile Wind Erosion and dust suppression - add12' fence around coal-pile to reduce wind erosion; 3) coal Stackout conveyor Dust Suppression - Install system to spray dust suppressant on coal dust pile; Replace ash loadin system on 3rd flyash silo with modern system; 5) Install water foggin system at ash truck loading point; 6) Install new system for suppressing dust when coal cars unloaded; Capture fugitive dust emissions for analysis and determination of source and severity; 8) Install a permanent truck washing sytem to wash fly ash trucks before leaving property; 9) Donate 430,000 to clean Air Partners project to develop outreach program on avoiding PM HEALTH EFFECTS.
SUNOCO, INC. 03-2001-0326 3/21/2006 14750000 3900000 N PA Heaters/Boilers & Philadelphia Diesel Retrofit; Reduntant Power Supply;
Philadelphia SLEBP; Pennsylvania SLEBP
COSMED
GROUP, INC.
03-2003-0380 1/21/2005 25000 50000   MD Retrofit vehicles to reduce particulate matters, hydrocarbons, and carbon
monoxide emissions.
FORMOSA
PLASTIC
CORPORATION
03-2004-0299 11/8/2005 225000 842847 Y DE Manufacturing process
modification
WHITE
ENGINEERING
SURFACE
CORP.
03-2005-0050 9/29/2005 7000 8139 N PA INSTALLATION OF HEPA
FILTER ON SPRAY
BOOTH #6
WHITE
ENGINEERING
SURFACE
CORP.
03-2005-0050 9/28/2005 7000 18000 N PA INSTALLATION OF OIL
MIST COLLECTOR IN
GRINDING OPERATION
BERKS
PACKING CO.
03-2005-0092 8/1/2005 15831 92644 Y PA INSTALLATION AND AMMONIA SENSORS,
SOLENOID VALVES, AND HERMETICALLY SEALED PUMPS
ROBERT
WHOLEY &
COMPANY, INC.
03-2004-0253 7/13/2005 23899 93000 N PA INSTALLATION OF AMMONIA SENSORS &
SOLENOID VALVES.
BROWN STATION ROAD 03-2004-0302 12/1/2004 28106 463000   Maryland EARLY INSTALLATION OF LANDFILL GAS CONTROL SYSTEM, ENVIRONEMTNAL AUDIT.
VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, COMMONWEALTH OF 03-2004-0280 9/29/2004 58110 200000   Virginia VADOC RE-ORGANIZED ITS ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE UNIT, HIRING NEW STAFF, PROMOTING ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE PROMOTION; AND INSTITUTING POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM.
ALLEN ORGAN CO 03-2004-0221 8/2/2004 10000 21541   Pennsylvania NEW SPRAY PAINT MACHINES ADDED TO REPLACE MACHINES USING MORE VOCs.
AMERICAN FURNITURE CO, INC 03-2004-0283 7/12/2004 17000 146583   Virginia INSTALL PNEUMATIC DUST TRANSFER SYSTEM TO MOVE WOOD DUST TO BOILER AND STORAGE SHED.
ERGON-WEST VIRGINIA, INC AND ERGON REFINING (NATIONAL CASE) 03-2003-0385 10/17/2003 55800 167000   West Virginia UPGRADING CONTROLS ON EXISTING DRAINS BY INSTALLING VAPOR SEALS THAT MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NEW SOURCE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS, SUBPART QQQ. REPLACEMENT OF FOUR (4) CONVENTIONAL BURNERS IN THE VACUUM FRACTIONATION HEATER WITH ULTRA LOW NOX BURNERS. PERFORM A SEP DESIGNED TO BENEFIT THE COMMUNITY WHERE THE NEWELL REFINERY IS LOCATED
LOW NOXs BURNERS AT $40,000
EXTRA DRAIN CONTROL $47,000
COMMUNITY SEP: $80,000
TOTAL SEP:$167,000
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MOUNDSVILLE 03-2003-0211 6/5/2003 9973 9965   West Virginia ASBESTOS PLAN DEVELOPED FOR HOUSING COMPLEX
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MOUNDSVILLE 03-2003-0211 6/5/2003 3069 9863   West Virginia ASBESTOS SURVEY FOR THE HOUSING COMPLEX TO IDENTIFY AND CHARACTERIZE ALL OF ASBESTOS.
VIRGINIA ELECTRIC & POWER COMPANY 03-2000-0138 4/21/2003 5300000 3000000   Virginia and West Virginia CLEAN DIESEL, IDEL REDUCTION AND SCHOOL BUS RETROFIT PROJECTS; AND RESOURCE LAND PROJECTS, UNDERTAKEN AS MITIGATION PROJECTS
Hooker Furniture Corp 03-2002-0294 09/30/2002 $56,500 $208,000   Martinsville VA Install additional finish spray guns, lines and pumps to reduce flushing of lines with solvent.

Honeywell International Inc.

03-1999-0361 11/23/2001 $110,000 $772,000   Hopewell VA Five (5) SEPs; purchase/install equipment to permanently convert refrigeration unit RG-6/23 at the facility to utilize hydrofluorocarbon (HFC)-based refrigerant instead of the chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)-based refrigerant used currently. Purchase and install an air emissions control system to reduce the amount of ammonia released from a single disulfonate tower in the facility's "c", "d", or "e" trains. Purchase a reverse 911 service for Honeywell, Virginia local emergency planning committee (LEPC). Purchase a skirted boom plus a trailer and training for the Henrico Regional Hazardous Incident Team. Purchase portable mass decontaminated equipment and training for the John Randolph and Southside Regional Medical Centers to enable them to respond to public health emergencies resulting from releases of hazardous substances.
USX Edgar Thomson 03-1997-0278 2/3/00 $275,000 $450,000 yes   1) Install Castor Flux Baghouse, (2) Roadway paving & sweeping, (3) Install gas suppression lances for furnace tapping operation, (4) Upgrade Bop Shop primary control system, and (5) Remove PCB transformers.
US v. Bassett Furniture Civil Action. No. 99CV00044 entered 10/15/99 $575,000 $1,616,000 no Bassett, VA Installed and operates a total of 14 baghouse filters and performed a pollution prevention assessment of all media at each of the Bassett facilities covered in the CD
US v. Southdown, Inc. Civil Action. No. 99-1674 entered 10/14/99 $475,000 $75,000 no Wampum, PA Paved hauling roads to reduce fugitive emissions resulting from vehicular traffic
Crozer Chester Medical Center and Statoil Energy Power, Inc. Civil Action. No. 97-4376 entered 6/03/99 $250,000 $250,000 no Chester County, PA Implemented a comprehensive asthma detection and treatment program in the Chester-Upland Public Schools
Coatesville Area School 03-1998-0042 03/30/1998 $3000 $101,266 Coatesville, PA Abate Asbestos in Junior High School
Beretta U.S.A. Corp CAA-III-102 12/22/98 $18,136 $72,800 no Accokeek, MD Replaced the "smash plate" bullet trap systems with Passive Bullet Traps, modified R-24 bullet traps, which reduced the lead effluent and lead dust from the facility
Department of the Treasury CAA-III-101 9/1/98 $16,000 $90,427 no Philadelphia, PA Installed a chromium electroplating emission control system
American Safety Razor CAA-III-087 4/14/98 $6,250 $306,000 no Verona, VA Installed an expanded solvent recovery system to capture TCE vapors from all of its halogenated solvent cleaning machines, including. a chiller system, two solvent recovery stills, and additional piping and vent lines
Delaware County Regional Water Quality Control Authority ("DELCORA") Civil Action No. 94-CV-5639 3/17/98 $120,000 $200,000 no Chester, PA Provided funding for the Chester Lead Poisoning Prevention Project
Essroc Cement Corp. CAA-III-091
3 SEPS
3/3/98 $36,000 $239,600 no Nazareth, PA 1. Installed and maintains a continuous opacity monitor at one of the company's stacks; 2. installed a telephone dial-up system to provide PaDEP with telephone access to various emissions data and 3. installed a dust collector in the clinker handling silos
US v. Consolidated Rail Corp. Civil Action No. 94-1737
2 SEPS
entered 9/29/97 $389,100 $410,900 no Philadelphia, PA Implemented an urban forestation project and provided Operation Respond Emergency Information System software to five counties in southeastern PA
US v. Westinghouse Civil Action No. 97-3287
CAA
5 SEPS
entered
7/7/97
$50,000 $300,000 no Delaware County, Chester, PA Purchased, operates, and maintains a street sweeper to control and reduce dust and debris in front of the Delaware Co. incinerator; installed landscaping and removed and relocated speed bumps around the Delaware Co. incinerator; implemented a lead project for children in the City of Chester; and implemented a fuel additive demonstration project at the York County incinerator.
US v. Ohio Power Co. (Kammer) CAA
2 SEPS
5/21/96 $200,000 $5,000,000 no   Installed and operates low NOx burner systems at two Sporn series boilers
US v. Norwood
Industries, Inc.
CAA
Criminal No.
94-34
Guilty Plea Agreement
02/28/94 five years
probation
$30,000 annually for five years no Philadelphia, PA area Environmental audit; $for research & development of water-based materials; cut employee work week/traffic emissions
Hercules Cement CAA-III-009 08/23/93 $20,000 $106,490 P2 Stockertown, PA Paved three high traffic roads reducing approx. nine tons of fugitive particulate matter emissions per year
US v. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Civil Action No.
87-5438
CAA
05/07/92 $5,000,000 $4,000,000 P2 Bethlehem, PA Replaced self sealing doors of Battery 2 & 3 w/ luter-type doors preventing leaking particulate emissions during coking cycle

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