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|LDEQ Incident Number
|Point Source(s)||Notes||Amount of Release|
|No information given||Cause: STORM - Refinery flooded during Hurricane Katrina|
Notes: This is a verbal report; there is no letter - the usual type of report - in the files as a follow up.
|Tank||Cause: tank overflowed and wasewater sludge was released to the ground|
Notes: Letter written to rescind notification of 9/27/6
|Frac Tank||Cause: Waste water containing benzene overflowed a frac tank. The volume released was less than the reportable quantity; however the soil would have to be re-mediated.|
Notes: BRQ. The contaminated soil around the frac tank was picked up but the area under the frac tank may be contaminated as well. Once the frac tank is moved and checked, a follow up report will be sent. FOLLOW UP STATES: 1/2 of a roll off box has been picked up, and upon removal of frac tank and berm more material may need to be removed.
|No Information Given||Cause: Waste water was released.|
Notes: BRQ. No Information Given. Refinery Letter Included. No LDEQ Report.
|Cooling Water Platform||Cause: An operator making a normal round at the Cooling Water Platform noticed oily water sump, D8410, overflowing to the river bature. It was later determined that the check valve on the discharge of the pump had failed in the open position, allowing untreated wastewater to backflow in to the sump. Less than one gallon of oil was released.|
Notes: Upon discovery, the operator secured the valve and started the pump to evacuate the sump. United States Environmental Services (USES) was dispatched to deploy containment boom around the immediate area and use absorbent boom to recover any potential hydrocarbon present. The clean up was completed on Monday, May 2, 2011. CRLLC replaced the sump check valve on May 4, 2011. Additionally, in an effort to minimize the likelihood of a reoccurence, CRLLC installed an independent high level alarm system on the sump.