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Total Settles with EPA for Texas Air Violations

1:51 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Kara Sissell

Total Petrochemical will pay $2.9 million in penalties, and has agreed to complete a $37-million pollution control upgrade at its Port Arthur, TX facility to resolve air violations, EPA says. “Once fully completed, the measures Total will implement will reduce annual emissions of nitrogen oxides by more than 180 tons, sulfur dioxide by more than 800 tons, and carbon monoxide by more than 120 tons,” the agency says. The company will also adopt “strategies to ensure the proper handling of benzene wastewater,” a facility by-product, EPA says...

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