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DENVER — Three facilities in Utah — Olympic Park (Park City), Duchesne Valley Water Treatment Plant (Duchesne) and Ashley Valley Water Treatment Plant (Vernal) — have agreed to pay civil penalties and correct violations associated with the safe management and use of hazardous chemicals.
The penalties, collectively totaling $11,650 at all three sites, were assessed under the federal Clean Air Act, which requires the development of Risk Management Programs for all public and private facilities that manufacture, process, use, store, or otherwise handle flammable and toxic chemicals such as chlorine and anhydrous ammonia.
"These requirements ensure that facilities have up-to-date procedures in place to prevent and respond to releases of toxic chemicals used on-site,” said Mike Gaydosh, EPA’s Enforcement Director in Denver. “Failure to comply with these requirements can leave the public and environment at risk from accidental releases."
By agreeing to the settlements, all three facilities have certified that they are now in compliance with federal Risk Management Program regulations.