U.S. BRIEFS

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY seeks $525,000 in penalties from Mobil Oil Corp. for allegedly failing to notify appropriate agencies after three releases of hazardous materials from its Paulsboro, N.J., refinery during 1989 and 1990. EPA said Mobil didn't immediately notify them of a 2,900 lb release of sulfur dioxide Sept. 26, 1989, 2,200 lb of hydrogen sulfide Dec. 4, 1989, and 450 lb Of SO2 Mar. 12, 1990. Mobil plans to meet with EPA July 3 to point out errors in the complaint.

Jul 1st, 1991
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