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|State Police #||05-04469|
|Pollutant||Duration||Point Source||Greenhouse Gas||Criteria Pollutant||Ozone forming chemical||Amount of Release|
|Hydrogen Sulfide||intermittently on July 6 and 12, 2005||No information given||NO||NO||NO||229.0 pounds|
|Nitric Oxide||intermittently on July 6 and 12, 2005||No information given||NO||YES||NO||167.0 pounds|
|Nitrogen Dioxide||intermittently on July 6 and 12, 2005||No information given||NO||YES||YES||19.0 pounds|
|Sulfur Dioxide||intermittently on July 6 and 12, 2005||No information given||NO||YES||NO||50,599.0 pounds|
|Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)||intermittently on July 6 and 12, 2005||No information given||NO||NO||YES||1,736.0 pounds|
Accident Classified As: Reportable Quantity
Power failure due to Tropical Storm Cindy, resulting in an unplanned shutdown.
The incident was stated as being reasonably unforeseeable.
Due to the multi-day nature of the event CRLLC was unable to give a comprehensive report at this time. As of this report, equipment repairs were still ongoing and addition emissions may occur. Operations were conducted to minimize emissions while maintaining a safe and orderly shutdown.