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Main Title Hazardous site inspection : Chemical Formulators, Inc. Nitro, West Virginia [December 11-14, 1979 and February 19,1980] /
Publisher National Enforcement Investigations Center, Region III,
Year Published 1980
Report Number EPA-330/2-80-023
OCLC Number 895002230
Subjects Pollution. ; Chemical industry--Waste disposal--Law and legislation. ; Chemical industry--Waste disposal--Environmental aspects.
Additional Subjects Chemical Formulators, Inc.
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EJBD ARCHIVE EPA 330-2-80-023 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 11/17/2014
Collation 1 volume (various pagings) : ill., maps, charts ; 28 cm.
Notes
References: p. 33.
Contents Notes
I Introduction -- II Summary and conclusions -- III Production and waste disposal practices -- IV Monitoring procedures and results -- V Offsite pollutant movement -- VI Toxicity and health effects of identified pollutants -- References -- Appendices -- A Sample analysis -- B Mutagen assay methods and results -- C Toxicity and health effects data compilation procedures Chemical Formulators, Inc., in Nitro, West Virginia, operates a small chemical production facility which manufactures a systemic pesticide (methoxychlor) and two chemicals used to regulate plant growth (maleic hydrazide and maleic hydrazide diethanolamine salt). Bordeaux mixture was formerly produced but has been discontinued. All products are formulated on a batch basis. Process wastewaters are treated onsite and batch discharged through a single permitted outfall (Outfall 001) to the Kanawha River. On August 28, 1979, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region III requested that the National Enforcement Investigations Center (NEIC) investigate Chemical Formulators. The Company is under a State consent decree which requires remedial actions regarding wastewater treatment and contaminated liquids on plant grounds. The request was initizated, in part, because of continuing Federal and State concern about hazardous waste handling and disposal practices at this facility. During December 11 through 14, 1979, and on February 19, 1980, NEIC personnel investigate Chemical Formulations to determine compliance with applicable State and Federal regulations. The primary objectives were to evaluate: (a) waste disposal practices, (b) the potential for offsite hazards resulting from these practices, and (c) possible environmental impacts.