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Index of Supplemental Environmental Projects

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

Contains all Supplemental Environmental Project
 information through 12/2008

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

DESCRIPTION
U.S. Dept. of the Army, ET.AL. 03-2009-0054 3/24/2009 29928 209431 N MD REMOVAL OF USTS & REPLACEMENT WITH ASTS
Frederick County Maryland 03-2009-0041 2/11/2009 4600 22503 N MD VENDER ROOT ATG FOR 3 ABOVE GROUND TANKS AND DEPICATED COMPUTER/ALARMS FOR POSSIBLE RELEASES
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit System 03-2009-0018 12/12/2008 23502 107608 Y DC WMATA ADVANCED GEOSPATIAL PETROLEUM PRODUCT MANAGEMENT PROJECT
United States Coast Guard 03-2008-0378 9/29/2008 9280 89681 Y VA PURCHASE & INSTALL DIGITAL X-RAY MACHINE. ELIMINATES HAZARDOUS WASTE STREAM
South Eastern Transportation Authority (SEPTA) 03-2008-0375 9/26/2008 169527 1125000 Y PA PERFORM A POLLUTION REDUCTION SEP CONSISITING OF THE PRUCHASE OF RENEWABLE WIND-POWERED ENERGY FOR TWO YEARS IN THE AMOUNT $1,125,000 AS APPROVED BY THE OFFICE OF ENFORCEMENT AND COMPLIANCE ASSURANCE IN AUGUST, 2008.
Baltimore County Facilities 03-2008-0037 7/11/2008 28968 90000 Y MD INSTALLATION OF POLLING MONITORING
Lehigh Northampton Transportation Authority 03-2008-0047 6/30/2008 5583 105000 Y PA PURCHASE OF THREE HYBRID VEHICLES, RETIREMENT OF 3 GAS VEHICLES
SWVA d/b/a Steel of West Virginia 03-2008-0119 6/30/2008 64715 168000 Y WV PAVE ROADS ON PROPERTY
John Browning d/b/a R&B Trucking 03-2008-0121 5/15/2008 14490 103000 Y WV R & B trucking will purchase a new truck to be used in transporting hazardous waste at a minimum cost of $103,000. The new truck will replace R & B’s current vehicle. The new truck will have an upgraded and more efficient mechanical and operating system that will reduce the likelihood of a vehicle breakdown, operator error and operational failure that would result in a release of hazardous waste in transport onto a public highway.
Johnson Controls Battery Group, Inc. 03-2008-0001 10/22/2007 41000 250000 Y DE STORM WATER SEDIMENTATION TANKS
AK STEEL
CORPORATION
03-2002-0009 5/17/2007 300000 900000 Y PA AK Steel will permanently retire 159.1 tons of NOx credits, which we understand is valued at $225,000 based on current
market conditions. AK will purchase and install equipment to permanently covert at a minimum seventeen (17) refrigeration units from using refrigerants R-12, R-22, and R- 114 to using refrigerants with
lower Ozone-Depleting Potential which is valued at $645,000. AK Steel will initiate a refrigerant Recycling Program in Butler
County, Pennsylvania at a cost of $30,000, through an agreement with a contractor, to
establish a collection program of applicances containing refrigerants which would be picked up and brought to the
recyling plant, and where the refrigerants would be properly removed from the applicances.
SHEETZ, INC 03-2005-0046 3/30/2005 0:00 57188 875000   Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia REMOVAL OF STIP-3 TANKS & INSTALL DISPENSE PUMPS.
AK Steel Corporation 03-2002-0009 12/2/2004 0:00 300000 645000   Pennsylvania SEP has 3 components. Permanently retire 159.1 tons of NOx credits. Purchase and install equipment to permanently convert at least 17 refrigeration units from using refrigerants R-12, R-22, and R-114 to refrigerants with lower Ozone-Depleting Potential. Initiate a refrigerant Recycling Program in Butler County, PA through an agreement with a contractor, to establish a collection program of applicances containing refrigerants which would be picked up and brought to the recyling plant.
BESCHE OIL COMPANY, INC 03-2004-0219 6/10/2004 0:00 10000 30000   Maryland Replace oil/water seperator with a double wall oil/water seperator with interstitial monitoring
AMSTED INDUSTRIES, INC D/B/A GRIFFIN PIPE PRODUCTS 03-2003-0130 6/30/2003 0:00 25857 203000   Virginia INSTALL IN-LINE DIRECT INJECTION SYSTEM BEFORE BAGHOUSE.
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA DEPT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS & PUBLIC SAFETY DIV OF CORRECTIONS 03-2003-0173 4/8/2003 0:00 2900 16504   West Virginia IMPLEMENTATION OF A TRAINING PROGRAM AT A NUMBER WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS FACILITIES, IMPLEMENTED AS A CHANGE IN POLICY. TRAINING SEMINAR WILL BE AVAILABLE ON VIDEOTAPE FOR LATER USE BY NEW EMPLOYEES
JOHN SKIDMORE TRUCK STOP, INC 03-2003-0038 12/30/2002 0:00 10769 50000   West Virginia REMOVAL AND CLOSURE OF 5 USTs
DELAWARE STATE
UNIVERSITY
03-2002-0207 03/31/2003 $6,906 $53,780 Delaware Implementation of a Environmental Management System (EMS) at the DSU facility.
PHILADELPHIA, CITY
OF PRISON SYSTEM
03-2002-0083 12/04/2002 $5,000 $57,000 Pennsylvania Respondent will develop an Environmental
Management System (EMS) for the prison.
US ARMY Walter Reed Medical Center 03-2002-0123 05/14/2002 $36,195 $108,583   Washington DC Central monitoring system for 37 tanks to detect possible releases
City of Wheeling 03-2001-0321 06/26/2001 $0 $16,000   Wheeling, WV Removal of USTs at Facility
Us ARMY
Letterkenney ARMY Depot
RCRA-3- 2000-0013 3/30/01 $4,921 $94,586 P2 Chambersburg, PA Respondent installed a new dust collection system to replace one handling residue from the blast booth located in the paint preparation section of the building.
Chie Ping Wu and Ping Auto Center RCRA-3-99-003 5/25/01 $15,000 $40,249 P2 Washington DC Respondents removed two underground storage tanks from facility.
University District Of Columbia, Campus RCRA-3- 2000-0007 5/24/01 $15,376 $40,000 P2 Washington DC Respondents must retain an independent third party to perform a Pollution Prevention Environmental Compliance Assessment of the campus.
Philadelphia International Airport 03-1999-0292 09/30/1999 $100,000 $95,000   Philadelphia, PA Conduct RCRA compliance audits
US ARMY Fort Belvoir RCRA-III-284 8/10/99 $6,372.50 $45,000 yes Fort Belvoir, VA Removal and replacement of two halon-based fire suppression systems with water-based sprinkler systems and pickup of old halon canisters
US ARMY Walter Reed Medical Center RCRA-III-282 8/18/99 $50,400  $1,000,035   Washington DC Implementation of a computerized Hazardous Substance Management System 
Cook Composites and Polymers Co. RCRA-III-275 10/15/98 $109,897 $50,350 no Chatham, VA Respondent investigated the feasibility of implementing a recycling technology which would reduce or eliminate the reaction water waste stream generated at the facility.
Neville Chemical Civil Action No. 94-288
RCRA
11/9/95 $725,000 $390,000 no Neville Island, PA Installed appropriate containment structures for two tanks
General Chemical Corporation RCRA-III-174 04/05/95 $250,000
paid to escrow account
$951,000 P2 Claymont, DE Reduce the potential release of pollutants into the ground and surface water by modifying the current industrial process at respondent's facility.
The Boeing Co. RCRA-III-222 12/31/92 $800,000 $319,500 P2 Delaware Valley - PA & DE Established formal program to counsel the local RCRA regulated community, particularly small businesses, on P2 and hazardous waste reduction
Aluminum Co. of America (ALCOA) RCRA-III- 9006-013 02/11/92 $6,500 $290,000 no Lebanon, PA Closure and removal of eight 30,000 gal Underground Storage Tank (UST) systems, eliminating the possibility of leakage
Marj. M. Post
Hillwood Museum
RCRA-III- 9006-007 06/27/91 $2,500 $28,000 P2 Washington, DC Removed underground gasoline & oil tanks from the site, eliminating the possibility of leakage
Virginia Fibre Corp. RCRA-III-179 09/18/90 $0 $6,475 no Amherst, VA Purchased & donated hazardous waste response equipment to local fire department to use when responding to hazardous waste spills
Bowen McLaughlin -York RCRA-III-172 08/09/90  

 

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Eliminated chromium discharge to streams and reduced emissions by 90%

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