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|State Police #||06-07743|
|Pollutant||Duration||Point Source||Greenhouse Gas||Criteria Pollutant||Ozone forming chemical||Amount of Release|
|Natural Gas||25h 15m||#4 Mox Boiler||NO||NO||NO||19,000.0 pounds|
|Ethane||25h 15m||#4 Mox Boiler||NO||NO||YES|
|Methane||25h 15m||#4 Mox Boiler||YES||NO||YES|
|Propylene||25h 15m||#4 Mox Boiler||NO||NO||YES|
Accident Classified As: Reportable Quantity
Their #4 Mox boiler has a mechanically operated valve that opens at high pressure. High pressure in the line caused it to open, but they do not know what caused the high pressure yet.
It was determined that Ethane, Methane, and Propylene were the chemicals involved in the fire. They believe they exceeded the RQ for VOC's.