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|State Police #||09-1151|
|Pollutant||Duration||Point Source||Greenhouse Gas||Criteria Pollutant||Ozone forming chemical||Amount of Release|
|Recirculating cooling water||26 m||Flare No. 1, Flare No. 2||NO||NO||NO||6,000.0 gallons|
|Sulfur Dioxide||26 m||Flare No. 1, Flare No. 2||NO||YES||NO||1,807.0 pounds|
Refinery cooling water tower CT-405 experienced a valve malfunction which resulted in a loss of cooling water to our Naphtha Hydrotreating unit (NHT). Due to the lack of cooling water, our NHT stripper overhead pressure increased and caused PSV-39-235 to relieve to the flare. Simultaneously when the CT-405 valve malfunction, the recirculating cooling water was released from the basin to the ground and flowed offsite.