Index of Supplemental Environmental Projects
Clean Water Act
Contains all Supplemental Environmental Project
information through 12/2008
|RESPONDENT||DOCKET No.||CACO DATE||PENALTY PAYMENT||
1. Emergency Preparedness Training Center.
2. Emergency Equipment Donation.
3. Emergency Responder Training.
4. Response Coordination - software and monitors for air releases.
5. VGI Scrubber Tails Injection System Installation for the purpose of reducing chloroform formation.
6. Real-time Wastewater Monitoring
|03-2008-0116||3/13/2008||16200||10800||N||PA||EDUCATION RE: PROPER
DISPOSAL OF UNUSED
TRACT RESTORATION, DRINKING WATER
PROTECTION EARLY WARNING SYSTEM,
AUTOMATED DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONTROL
SANITARY AUTHORITY (ALCOSAN)
|03-2000-0106||1/24/2008||400000||3000000||N||PA||Within 120 days after entry, ALCOSAN shall submit to EPA, PADEP, and to ACHD for review and approval a stream restoration project in accordance with EPA's SEP program.|
|03-2005-0260||5/18/2006||0||22600||N||VA||Special End Treatments will be installed at three outfalls. Wetland grasses and trees will be planted.|
LLC, ET AL
1. Hybrid Bus Project. Motiva shall purchase hybrid transit buses for the Delaware Transit Corporation ("DTC"), a public instrumentality of the State of Delaware.
2. Conservation Easement. - Motiva formerly owned and has recently sold to Premcor approximately 1,410 acres of land on two tracts south of the facility. The goal of these restrictions is to eliminate the current agricultural use and prevent further development of the conservation easement.
3. Delaware River Shellfish Restoration Project. - Motiva shall contract with a competent third-party scientific organization with experience in the creation of shellfish habitat.
4. Delaware City Fire Company Emergency Equipment Acquisition Project - Motiva has agreed to purchase certain types of emergency response equipment that the Delaware City Fire Company, No. 1, would otherwise not acquire due to its high cost.
5. Refinery Meteorologic Station Project - Motiva will construct a meteorologic station at a location in the vicinity of Motiva's formerly-owned Delaware City Refinery to be determined in consultation with EPA and DNREC.
6. Delaware River Monitoring - Motiva shall engage in qualified contractor approved by DNREC to install and operate for a period of five years a water quality monitoring
|03-2001-0064||12/13/2005||550000||4400000||N||MD||STORM WATER ELIMINATION PROGRAM; WINTER DENTIRIFICATION PROGRAM; PURCHASE OF BUFFER PROPERTIES AND EASEMENTS FOR WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION.|
|03-2002-0246||11/7/2005||119500||563000||N||PA||To remove excess sediment and to create several riparian buffers, functional wetlands and flood plain meadows as well as provide for maintenance. The SEP restoration projects shall be completed within two years of the Entry Date with additional five years for monitoring and maintenance.|
|03-2001-0440||9/20/2005||375000||4500000||N||MD||PAYMENT OF $3 MILLION TOWARD BNR/ENR DESIGN FOR BALTIMORE CITY/$1.5 MILLION FOR STREAM RESTORATION PROJECTS AND TRASH AND DEBRIS COLLECTION FOR MOORE'S RUN.|
|CITY OF LEWES,
DELAWARE ON BEHALF OF
OF LEWEST OF
|03-2005-0109||8/10/2005||33000||22000||N||DE||MONITORING OF CANAL FOR EVALUATION OF LOW DISSOLVED OXYGEN USING PROBES.|
|OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP||03-2004-0012||10/1/2003||150000||927500||Pennsylvania||PROCESS CHANGES AND EQUIPMENT UPGRADES THAT PROMISE A 38% REDUCTION IN THE PLANT'S DISPERSION RESIN EMISSIONS OF RESIDUAL VINYL CHLORIDE AND IT WOULD THEN PERMANENTLY RETIRE ANY EMISSION REDUCTION CREDITS GENERATED BY THIS ACTION. IMPLEMENTATION OF EQUIPMENT AND OPERATIONAL CHANGES, COSTING AN ESTIMATED $52,000, DESIGNED TO REDUCE THE VOLUME OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER DISCHARGE FROM THE PLANT TO THE POTTSTOWN PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS.|
|EAST NORRITON-PLYMOUTH-WHITPAIN JOINT SEWER AUTHORITY||03-2003-0268||9/29/2003||3750||450000||Pennsylvania||INSTALL A CHLORINE RESIDUAL ANALYZER IN A PORTION OF THE PLANT, AND A PLANT-WIDE SUPERVISORY CONSTROL DATA ACQUISITION (SCADA) SYSTEM TO MONITOR AND CONTROL CRITICAL TREATMENT PLANT PROCESS UNITS.|
|SALISBURY, CITY OF||03-2003-0039||7/24/2003||14255||30000||Maryland||PROVIDE A RESIDENTIAL CURBSIDE PICKUP SERVICE FOR ELCTRONIC PARTS AND EQUIPMENT, PROVIDE PUBLIC OUTREACH AND TRANSPORTATION OF THE COLLECTED ITEMS TO A FACILITY THAT WILL RECONDITION PARTS.|
|BRADFORD SANITARY AUTHORITY||03-1997-0324||4/11/2003||40000||60000||Pennsylvania||PLUG ADANDONED GAS AND OIL WELLS|
|BD OIL GATHERING CORPORATION||03-1999-0365||3/24/2003||11000||35000||Ohio||Oil Spill Response vehicle equipped & vail for use in oil spill response.|
|DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY||03-2000-0416||12/20/2002||250000||1700000||District Of Columbia||LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS|
|GALAX, CITY OF||03-2000-0506||01/30/2003||$30,000||$50,000||Virginia||Pollution Reduction|
|CAMBRIDGE, CITY OF
|03-2001-0343||12/18/2002||$17,500||$560,000||Maryland||The city will install a Supervisory
Data Acquisition System ("SCADA")
|PHILADELPHIA, CITY OF
|03-2002-0084||12/04/2002||$5,000||$57,000||Pennsylvania||Respondent will develop an Environmental
Management System (EMS) for the prison
|Baltimore City Water Sys||03-2000-0317||07/30/2002||$300,000||$2,007,000||Maryland||Biologocial Nutrient Construction Design|
|University Of Maryland Medical
|03-2002-0206||07/02/2002||$14,976||$32,000||Maryland||Perform An Environment Management System In A Non-For-Profit Organization.|
|Dirlam, Plucknett and Linde||CWA-3 -2000-001||1/18/01||$15,000||$15,040||no||Wayne Co., PA||Respondents will submit a wetlands mitigation plan to EPA to create 1.25 acres of wetlands, of which .47 acres shall constitute the SEP|
|City Of Salisbury Maryland
|Installation of SCADA System At
Treatment & Drinking Water Facilities.
Installation Of System To Capture Solids &
Floatables In Stormwater.
|US v. Maryland Aviation Administration, A Unit of the Maryland Department of Transportation, and Agency of the State of Maryland||Civil Act. No. WMN-00-2992||entered 11/29/00||$50,000||$95,000||P2||Maryland||Defendant has agreed to fund a full time fisheries biologist in the Maryland Department of Natural Resources for a period of three years to perform anadromous fish surveys on the Patapsco River.|
|Jaindl Land Turkey Farm||03-1999-0036||2/25/00||$3,300||$21,000||no||Whitehall PA||Negative Buffer along stream bank will be constructed as well as the planting of Trees|
|Catenary Coal Company||03-2000-0024||12/30/1999||$5,000||$25,000||West Virginia||Removal of Solid Waste From 400 feet of Stream Bed.|
|Bayway Refining Company||CWA-III-217||12/30/99||$28,000||$65,100||no||Baltimore, MD||1. Replaced underground fuel lines; 2. Installed a leak detection system underneath tanks and perform "tracer tight" testing|
|Mayor and City Council of Baltimore||Civil Action. No.
|12/1/99||1,000,000||$2,5000,000||no||Baltimore, MD||1. Installed a storm water treatment system; 2. Installed a debris collection system; 3. Constructed a water quality management pond|
|US v. Carlos R. Leffler, Inc.||Civil Action. No. 99CV-3027||10/21/99||$435,000||$110,000||no||Walker Township, Juniata County, PA||Donated 14 acres of wetlands to Central Pennsylvania Conservancy and implemented a wetlands plan to create additional wetlands|
|A & R Auto Parts||03-1999-0097||06/30/1999||$1,395||$4,700||District of
|Purchase of Gas Buggy to drain gasoline
from cars and enclosure of two parts of the
operation. Reduce exposure of operations to the elements.
|West Virginia Avenue Auto Parts
||03-1999-0098||06/29/1999||$5,685||$5,580|| District of
|Respondent to submit A NPDES Permit & a SWPP. Constructing a roof over the dismantling area & removing Freon from air conditioners|
|College Hill Poultry, Inc.||CWA-III-228||6/19/99||$17,500||$103,000||yes||Fredricksburg, PA||Respondent constructed a sludge dewatering system which produces sludge of a quality that can be utilized in the marketplace|
|Delmarva Power & Light Company||CWA-3 -99-002||6/7/99||$40,000||$40,000||no||Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Dorchester Co, MD||Respondent restored 12 acres of agricultural land into wetlands|
|University of the District of Columbia||CWA-III-188
|11/13/98||$5,000||$20,000||no||District of Columbia||Respondent performed Immunoassay Soil and Water testing for total hydrocarbons in Soapstone Creek and developed an SPCC Environmental Compliance Promotion Project to provide instruction to the regulated community regarding SPCC regulations, etc.|
|US and The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Borough of Pottstown||Civil Action No. 94-3090||3/2/98||$16,500||$58,000||no||Pottstown, PA||Performed a site assessment of the Schuylkill River Watershed by creating a watershed sampling and analysis program designed to provide data about water quality in the receiving stream|
|City of Titusville||CWA-III-195||12/29/98||$6,000||$12,149||no||Titusville, PA||Implemented a sewer rehabilitation project resulting in a reduction of untreated sanitary and industrial wastes being discharged at the combined sewer overflow point in the vicinity of the Caldwell sanitary sewer confluence|
|Town of Luray||CWA-III-185||1/12/98||$15,000||$22,000||no||Luray, VA||Undertook a stream bank restoration project which included demolition and removal of a wastewater treatment facility, restoration of native riparian flora, construction of a new BMP and landscaping|
|US v. Oak Crystal||Civil Action No.
|entered||$335,000||$325,000||P2||Mt. Holly Springs, PA||Created wastewater recycling system|
|US v. Sun Co., Inc.,
|Civil Action No.
|entered 9/29/96||$600,000||$655,988||no||Philadelphia, PA||1. Donated a Haz-Mat response and command vehicle to the City of Philadelphia and 2. restored two acres of tidal wetlands along the Schuylkill River in historic Bartram's Gardens|
Silver Spring, MD
|Built three storm water control structures upstream of Kingston Lake|
|DuPont White Pigments and Mineral Products||CWA-III-144
Edge Moor, DE
|Completed a waste reduction study and installed an upgrade to the wastewater treatment system by adding a pH neutralizer|
|County. Commission of Charles County||CWA-III-027||03/30/90||$30,000||$80,000||P2||Charles Co., MD||Improve water quality via storm management & sediment control, reducing non-point source pollution to Potomac R.|
|City of Philadelphia v. EPA||Civil Action No 78-878, -1732, -1733,
(add to trust fund)
|$4,000,000||P2||Philadelphia, PA||Water main renewal eliminates threat to groundwater; odor study; illegal dumping enforcement program; sewer reconstruction|