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|LDEQ Accident Number
|Point Source(s)||Notes||Amount of Release|
|Oil-Water Separator||Cause: Due to heavy rainfall, the Oil-Water Separator at QAL overflowed.|
Notes: RQ exceeded. Vacuum truck and absorbent pads recovered the material. Contaminated soil was disposed of. Tank levels will be monitored more closed in the future.
|No information given||Cause: ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery provided a written notication to the LDEQ of the events and circumstances surrounding the release that occurred on October 27, 2011, at the facility. Less than 1 pound of the listed hazardous waste F037, primary sludge, was spilled to soil. After further evaluation, ExxonMobil has determined that no reportable quantities were exceeded.|
Notes: No information given.
|20" sewer line||Cause: According to the refinery letter, a 20" sewer line was damaged by a back hoe that resulted in a release of sewer water. 30 gallons and 250 pounds of refinery sewer water.|
Notes: RQ.The amount of primary sludge released exceeded the reportable quantities of 1 lb. A pump was installed upstream of the release point to divert material to another sewer trunk line. The line will be repaired before returning to service and soil remediation is underway.