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|State Police #||11-07099|
|Pollutant||Duration||Point Source||Greenhouse Gas||Criteria Pollutant||Ozone forming chemical||Amount of Release|
|Sulfur Dioxide||8 h||FLARE: FCCU||NO||YES||NO||636.0 pounds|
|Nitric Oxide||8 h||FLARE: FCCU||NO||YES||NO||43.2 pounds|
|Carbon Monoxide||8 h||FLARE: FCCU||NO||YES||NO||234.9 pounds|
|Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)||8 h||FLARE: FCCU||NO||NO||YES||497.9 pounds|
|Hexane||8 h||FLARE: FCCU||NO||NO||NO||30.9 pounds|
|Particulate Matter||8 h||FLARE: FCCU||NO||YES||NO||2.9 pounds|
|Ethylene||8 h||FLARE: FCCU||NO||NO||YES||26.8 pounds|
|Propylene||8 h||FLARE: FCCU||NO||NO||YES||114.1 pounds|
Accident Classified As: Reportable Quantity
FCC unit started up after 2 weeks of planned maintenance. Relief valves opened to flare when weight gas compressor for FCCU malfunctioned. Two odor complaints received by LDEQ connected to this accident. Starting unit for the wet gas compressor on the FCCU malfunctioned. 2 Citizen Complaints included: 135203 and 135197
No Information Given.
Report states that Title V permit limits were exceeded. A site visit was made on 11/15/2011. Unit started up after two weeks of maintenance. Unauthorized Discharge Notification Report received 11/22/11. Report states that the maximum hourly permit limit was exceeded for hexane but no reportable quantities were exceeded. they did not realize until the next morning that RQ was exceeded.