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|State Police #||10-00128|
|Pollutant||Duration||Point Source||Greenhouse Gas||Criteria Pollutant||Ozone forming chemical||Amount of Release|
|Highly Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds (HRVOCs)||27m||FLARE: south flare||NO||NO||NO||3.0 pounds|
|Sulfur Dioxide||27m||FLARE: south flare||NO||YES||NO||138.6 pounds|
|Nitrogen Oxide||27m||FLARE: south flare||NO||YES||YES||489.2 pounds|
|Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)||27m||FLARE: south flare||NO||NO||YES||31.7 pounds|
|Carbon Monoxide||27m||FLARE: south flare||NO||YES||NO||411.4 pounds|
|Particulate Matter 10||27m||FLARE: south flare||NO||YES||NO||37.4 pounds|
Accident Classified As:
COLD WEATHER. "Freeze-related issue": eocene interstage drum filled with liquid due to a frozen drain line, tripped compressors, relief valve on the crude vacuum overhead opened to flare. Emissions table in report dark and hard to read.
Air monitoring team dispatched, crude vacuum gas to flare closed off and re-routed, bypass valve opened but did not drop level in time, steam hose hooked up to the controller to clear line. Refinery Letter states that reportable quantities were not exceeded [BRQ]. Detailed emissions report included.