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Index of Supplemental Environmental Projects

Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act

Contains all Supplemental Environmental Project
 information through 12/2008

RESPONDENT DOCKET No. CACO DATE PENALTY PAYMENT SEP
COST
P2 LOCATION
OF SEP

DESCRIPTION
Interlectric Corporation 03-2009-0246 9/29/2009 18086 85000 N PA Implementation of New Equipment to Reduce the Usage, and Hence, Potential Releases of Mercury
J. H. Miles and Company, Inc. 03-2008-0379 2/3/2009 9408 18240 Y VA Implementation of an Ammonia Operations, Process and Management Plan.
MARYLAND & VIRGINIA MILK PRODUCERS COOPERATIVE ASSOC. INC. 03-2007-0291 3/31/2008 71224 185971 Y MD ammonia control system at facility in newport news, md; ammonia awareness training for howard county emergency responders.
TORAY PLASTICS AMERICA INC. 03-2006-0262 9/29/2006 22000 132000 N VA Two part SEP - 1) Distillation of solvent for reuse (prior to entering atmosphere; 2) Scrubber water filtration system to remove particulates.
ESSROC CEMENT CORPORATION 03-2006-0299 9/29/2006 10000 68130 N MD Re-routing water storage and discharge to result in water being discharged to local stream at lower temperature than required by NPDES permit (provides enhanced habitat for trout in stream).
LONZA INC. 03-2005-0269 9/30/2005 20000 60000 N PA INSTALLATION OF EMERGENCY PLANNING AND PREPAREDNESS SOFTWARE THAT WILL ALLOW RESPONDENT TO TRACK AND RESPOND TO CHEMICAL EMERGENCIES MORE QUICKLY
BLAIRSVILLE MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY 03-2005-0170 5/31/2005 23800 11191 Y PA INSTALLATION OF AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF SYSTEM FOR VALVES ON CHLORINE TANKS PLUS OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM FOR AT LEAST 3 YEARS. SYSTEM WILL AUTOMATICALLY CLOSE ALL CHLORINE VALVES IF FACILITY SENSORS INDICATE A RELEASE.
HANOVER FOODS CORP. 03-2005-0141 5/16/2005 10210 15694 Y DE INSTALLATION OF AMMONIA SENSORS & ALARMS.
HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, INC 03-2005-0089 2/28/2005 0:00 16755 66990   Virginia INSTANT ALERT NOTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR THE CITY OF HOPEWELL SCHOOL DISTRICT
LORD CORPORATION
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
DIVISION
03-2002-0200 01/09/2003 $4,950 $26,400

Secondary containment plus 2 stages of electronic
alarm systems will be installed.
Sunoco Incorporated
Refining and Marketing
Marcus Hook Refinery
03-2000-0099 06/26/2000 $21,000 $7,000   Marcus Hook, PA Assist in energy preparedness
Better Baked Foods
Incorporated
03-2000-0067 03/31/2000 $10,000 $85,000   Pennsylvania Upgrade of ammonia detection system
Accurate Forging Corp 03-1999-0165 06/29/1999 $21,000 $77,907   Pennsylvania Scrubber on basehouse to reduce emissions of lead,
copper at Bristol, County Facility
Elco Sintered Alloys EPCRA-III-156 2/17/99 $2,960.60 $100,000 P2 Kersey, PA Replaced the dip tank process with a non-emitting process which totally eliminated the use of methyl alcohol in the manufacturing process
Dietz and Watson EPCRA-III-169 2/20/98 $28,000 $428,000 no Philadelphia., PA Undertook project to reduce average pollutant effluent concentrations in waste water discharges
I A Construction, Inc. EPCRA-III-135 10/14/97 $12,000 $647,913 no Concordville, PA Will recycle roadway pavement demolition material at the company's asphalt manufacturing plants for a period of two years
Turnbull, Inc. EPCRA-III-117 10/01/97 $5,462 $96,500 P2 Baltimore, MD Changed coating processes to utilize water-based or non-solvent based coatings
Williams Metal Finishing, Inc. EPCRA-III-192 6/18/97 $8,000 $47,500 no Sinking Springs, PA Modified degreaser system to significantly reduce trichloroethylene emissions
EMI Co. EPCRA-III-149 5/29/96 $20,000 $786,664 no
Erie, PA
Installed and operates baghouse emission controls on electric induction furnaces to control baghouse dust emissions
Service Wire Co. EPCRA-III-049 5/15/96 $10,000 $100,000 no Huntington, WV Installed a filtering system to remove copper fines and other particulates deposited in the drawing solution in its wire forming process
Graphics Industries Corp. EPCRA-III-144 5/6/96 $5,000 $577,114 P2 Philadelphia., PA Replaced nitric acid etching process with a water washout process which reduced Respondent's use of approx. 60,000 lbs. of nitric acid annually
Larstan Industries Inc. EPCRA-III-148 2/13/96 $5,000 $145,964 P2 Hagerstown MD Substituted a water-based compound for one containing 1,1,1-Trichloroethane in its rubber molding operations
Action Manufacturing Co. EPCRA-III-124 09/28/94 $15,392 $93,000 P2 Philadelphia., PA Replaced 1,1,1-Trichloroethane (TCA) vapor degreaser w/ water-based washing system, reducing use of TCA by 25,300 lbs. a year
Met-Pro Corp. EPCRA-III-106 04/12/94 $43,800 $52,550 P2 Telford, PA Substituted a resin in mnfg. process resulting in 42% reduction of styrene emissions
Diversey Corp. EPCRA-III-096 03/01/94 $38,262 $10,974 no Monroe Co., PA Donated computer, software upgrade and data display multimode and projector to Monroe County, PA LEPC
Roessing Bronze EPCRA-III-063 01/25/94 $50,907 $46,181 P2 Mars, PA Replaced furnace w/ one-fire kiln = 20% increase in energy efficiency & 150 lbs particulate emissions reduction monthly
The Homer Laughlin China Co. EPCRA-III-093 12/09/93 $12,500 $9,200,000 P2 Newell, WV Eliminated lead use in ceramic plateware mnfg.; installed kiln capable of one-fire, lead-free production
John Evans' Sons EPCRA-III-110 11/24/93 $10,000 $50,000 P2 Lansdale, PA Modified mnfg. Process replacing a trichloroethylene vapor degreaser w/ an alkaline-water parts cleaning washer
Eagle Manufacturing Co. EPCRA-III-089 05/19/93 $35,000 $44,000 P2 Wellsburg, WV Replaced xylene-based paint w/ water-based paint; replaced leaded paint w/ non-leaded paint
Louis Berkman Co. (Follansbee Steel) EPCRA-III-045 01/22/93 $55,000 $53,090 P2 Follansbee, WV Replaced pickle tanks reducing sulfuric acid usage; eliminated zinc chloride pre-flux operation, reducing zinc compound usage
American Alloys, EPCRA-III-047 01/22/93 $43,741 $52,233 PR New Haven, WV Replaced failed PCB transformer w/ non-PCB transformer
Louis Glass Co. EPCRA-III-062 12/00/92 $21,400 $18,300 no Lewis Co.,WV Penalty & SEP credit represent § 312 violations only. Donated computer, software system, trailer & equipment to WV LEPC
Walker Division of Butler Mnfg. Co. EPCRA-III-046 03/30/92 $10,377 $153,552 P2 Parkersburg, WV Eliminated tricholorethane and toluene and paints containing chromium and lead
R.H. Sheppard Co. EPCRA-III-050 03/03/92 $5,000 $391,000 P2 Hanover, PA Installed ultrafiltration & reverse osmosis treatment system reducing water use; separate & recover 20,000 gal. of oil per yr.
W.L. Gore and Associates EPCRA-III-030 02/14/92 $11,305 $207,000 P2 Ott's Chapel, DE Installed thermal oxidizer removing up to 100 lbs. of VOCs per hour
Joy Technologies EPCRA-III-038 01/23/92 $20,000 $350,500 P2 Franklin, PA Eliminated xylene from facility by replacing solvent-based paint w/ water-based paint
Fibred, Inc. EPCRA-III-033
2 SEPs
12/17/91 $9,500 $745,758 no Cumberland MD Constructed a waste gas collection system and installed a waste gas flare
Murata Erie North America, Inc. EPCRA-III-018 08/29/91 $30,500 $198,000 P2 State College, PA Eliminated freon as drying agent in plating of ceramic capacitors; replaced 1,1,1-Trichloroethane., freon, toluene & xylene w/ water solvent
Electroplate-Rite EPCRA-III-031 08/20/91 $19,800 $6,505 no Dublin, VA Conducted 1/2 day seminar for the electroplating industry on the subject of complying with requirements of EPCRA
NVF Company EPCRA-III-011
2 SEPs
03/29/91 $16,500 $23,000
$412,000
paid
no Yorklyn, DE SEP A: Replaced sulfuric acid w/ carbon dioxide in wastewater discharge neutralization SEP B: INCOMPLETE
Viz Manufacturing EPCRA-III-015 03/06/91 $12,470 $32,000 no Philadelphia., PA Replaced dust collector w/ a more effective model
Falls Manufacturing Co. EPCRA-III-009 9/28/90 $12,500 $384,600 no Fairless Hills, PA Modification of the washing and priming process to eliminate the use of Xylene
Johnson Matthey, Inc. EPCRA-III-010
4 SEPs
2/26/90 $1,000 $90,000 no West Chester, PA Respondent undertook the following: 1. Replaced the degreaser in the production area; 2. Upgraded the cooling medium in shaped still; 3. Replaced acid stripping lines; 4. Made process modifications at the Acid Room

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