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Main Title Amoco-U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Pollution Prevention Project, Yorktown, Virginia. Supplemental Report.
Author Schmitt, R. E. ;
CORP Author Abt Associates, Inc., Bethesda, MD.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.;Amoco Corp., Chicago, IL.
Publisher Dec 94
Year Published 1994
Stock Number PB97-137483
Additional Subjects Air pollution monitoring ; Water pollution monitoring ; Petroleum refineries ; Environmental effects ; Petroleum refining ; Pollution abatement ; Stack gases ; Bottom sediments ; Surface waters ; Bull Creek ; Settling basins ; Drinking water ; Water wells ; Vegetation ; Wildlife ; Risk assessment ; Environmental exposure pathway ; Flow rates ; Ranking ; Cost benefits analysis ; Economic analysis ; Barriers ; Permits ; Incentives ; Pollution prevention ; Fugitive emissions ; Emission inventories ; Yorktown(Virginia)
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NTIS  PB97-137483 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 05/16/1997
Collation 192p
Abstract
Section 1 of this Supplemental Report is a comprehensive analysis of the effect of this new information on the Project findings, conclusions and recommendations. Additional efforts were made to quantify the number of fugitive emission sources in the refinery. Section 3 details this work, as well as the findings of an industry-wide study on fugitive emissions and leak correlation values. Section 4 describes an assessment of the sediment quality in Bull Creek and the Refinery stormwater settling basin, completed as a follow-up to the biomarker work performed by the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. Section 5 includes the results of a survey of all residences within a one-mile radius of the Refinery which use as private well for their water supply. Section 6 includes an inventory of wildlife at the Yorktown Refinery and evaluation of the presence or absence of any endangered wildlife species on or near the site. A key conclusion of the Yorktown Project is that the objectives of environmental regulations -- less pollution and reduced risk -- could be achieved more effectively if facility managers are allowed to devise plant-specific compliance plans.