United States v. Stony Brook Regional Sewerage Authority

A settling CAA defendant must pay a $335,750 civil penalty; complete and submit a control plan and site-specific monitoring plan that includes procedures to measure the mercury concentration in its sewage sludge; conduct a Subpart LLL-compliant performance test; develop and undertake standard operating procedures and recordkeeping and reporting obligations to minimize use of the bypass stack; undertake root cause analyses and corrective actions whenever there is an exceedance of the limit for mercury concentration of the sewage sludge or the bypass stack is used; and pay stipulated penalties for violations of consent decree requirements.

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