State Comments on Frozen Data - 2021

EPA captures (or "freezes") aggregated state data yearly. These frozen datasets are used by the State Review Framework in their assessesment of EPA and state enforcement of the Clean Air Act (CAA), Clean Water Act (CWA), and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). 

Several states have indicated that at the time the data were frozen, that errors existed. States that identified problems with the data were asked to send either a data file with corrected information, or a link to a state website that explained data errors or corrections.

State comments on frozen data are available through the links below, organized by the submission year. Additional data quality information which is not specific to the frozen data is available through the known data problems and State Review Framework Recommendations Tracker.

2021 Comments on Frozen Data
State Media Comment
AK CAA - ADEC ADEC submitted the State Review Framework Data Verification with flags. We discovered and noted where data is in ICIS-Air database, but has not yet populated into the ECHO database.
AK CAA ADEC previously submitted the ECHO validation on 2/22/22 included Caveat notes and submitted with flags. Since the validation period was extended, we were able to make adjustments in the databases and confirm our records are consistent EPA. Therefore, our previous comments/Caveats from 2/2/22 are now obsolete.
AL CAA Metric 1a5 should only reflect against the state for state actions. The two actions listed are federal actions that have yet to be resolved.Metric ID 1j2 is not accurate. It looks at the entire Title V universe, whereas an ACC is not due until a year into the Title V permit. A majority of the sources on this list either do not yet have a Title V permit or are in their first year. In both of these instances, an ACC is not due. This is the list of those sources: Mercedes Benz (AL00000001007000017),West Fraser Huguley (AL0000000101700018), Louisiana Pacific (AL0000000102500014), Gas Processors (AL0000000103500040), Fletcher Petroleum (AL0000000103500042), Zilkha Biomass(AL0000000104700028), MRE Crossville (AL0000000104900041), Abbeville Fiber (AL000000010670S008), Weissner Enterprises (AL0000000107100057), Two Rivers (AL000000010910S007), Colormasters (AL0000000109500072), Arrowhead Landfill (AL0000000110500003), Pinnacle Renewable Energy (AL0000000110700010), Rex Lumber (AL011090S006), Shelby County Commission (AL0000000111700068).
AL CWA metric 1b5: The metric logic has a gap. All permits in ICIS have limits included, as appropriate. Also, ADEM has been transitioning to a new system. Therefore, there is some data that may not have been flown to ICIS in time for the data freeze. ADEM is actively working to perfect its flow to ensure an accurate and complete dataset in ICIS
AR CWA I could not confirm the number of facilities in 7j3 (Number of active facilities with RNC/Category 2 noncompliance or effluent, single event, compliance schedule, or permit event violations open during the year) in the ICIS NPDES database.
AZ CAA Metric 1A1: Count should be 57. The following three incorrectly populated (AIR AZ000156966),(AIR AZ000204320)&(AIR AZ000218915) all coded as a SM80 not as Majors. (AIR AZ00000004007Z0399) closed in FY 2020. The following two sources are missing from the total count and are coded correctly as TV Major (AIR AZ00000004012Z2458) and (AIR AZ00000004025Z0701).Metric 1A2: Correct number should be 75. The following facilities are not in the correct category. (AIR AZ00000004025Z0701) and (AIR AZ00000004012Z2458) are a TVM.(AZ00000004015Z2617) should not be in this is no longer permitted. (AIR AZ000000157538) is a Minor. Two facilities should be included (AIR AZ000000157477) and ( AIR AZ000158913).Metric 1A4: Correct number should be 6 . (AIR AZ000158913) is an SM80 and should not be included here but instead 1A3 metric. The following 4 are minor sources and should be added (AZ000000157538),( AZ000000157541), (AZ000157762) & (AZ000186129).Metric 1B4: Count should be 57. The following six sources were not listed and missing from metric (AIR AZ00000004012Z2458), (AIR AZ00000004025Z0701) , (AIR AZ000143836), (AIR AZ000191102), (AIR AZ AZ000192167) , and (AZ00000004015Z2624) .One facility should have not be listed as it is an SM80 (AIR AZ00000004007Z0410). Another facility did not operate in FY21 and should not be listed (AIR AZ0001166).Metric 1B5: Count should be 8. (AIR AZ00000004007Z0399) Permanently closed prior to FY21.Metric 1B6: Correct total should be 32. Three facilities were found to have been active on CMS plan but were permanently closed prior to this FY21 (AIR AZ00000004777Z2543)( AIR AZ000000144288)(AIR AZ000000148068). Additionally, (AIR AZ000000149179) shows an incorrect FCE net due date, the last recorded FCE was on 9/30/21.Metric 1C1: Count should be 39. Missing FCE from FY21 ( AIR AZ000196006).Metric 1C2: Count should be 39. Missing FCE from FY21 from (AIR AZ000196006).Metric 1I7: Correct count 57. The following PTs occurred in FY 20 and should not be listed: (eval id AZ000A0000000000000357160), (eval id AZ000A0000000000000355062 ), (eval id AZ000A0000000000000354643), (eval ID AZ000A1573895). And one PT was not a compliance test (eval ID AZ000A0000000000000361998).Metric 1J1: Count should be 138. Metric needs further adjustment to verify. MDR of review date missing.Metric1K2: Count should be 138. Metric needs further adjustment to verify. MDR of review date missing.
AZ CWA 1a1 Number of active NPDES major individual permits – No issues Including Stormwater Individuals 671a2 Number of active NPDES major general permits – No active major general permits have been issued. 01a3 Number of active NPDES non-major individual permits – No issues 79 1a4 Number of active NPDES non-major general permits - Permits not flowing into ICIS yet. Working to resolve the issue. Should be 3,000 active permits. The 206 permits showing are for expired or terminated permits and would not be considered active.1b7 Number of active NPDES individual DMR filers – No Issued 1341b8 Number of active NPDES individual DMR files with permit limits in ICIS – No Issues 1341e1 Facilities with informal actions - 2 actions not associated with permits are not present in ECHO:Alma Saline Farms, Case 193955Oak Creek Terrace, Case 1964491f1 Facilities with formal Actions - 3 cases missing Pecan Water Reclamation Plant: case 175167, FEAR 565. Original case from FY19 Pinewood Sanitary District: case 190909, FEAR 559. Original case from FY20.Senator Mine: case 196115, FEAR 571. Original civil complaint issued FY191g3 Facilities with penalties - Senator penalties were issued and paid, ADEQ to investigate.5a3 Number of inspected major facilities - 23 sites across 27 COVVI inspections are not represented in ECHO.5b3 Number of inspected non-major individual or unpermitted facilities - 3 sites across 4 COVVI inspections are not represented in ECHO.5b4 Number of inspected non-major general permit covered facilities - 1 site with 1 COVVI inspection is not represented in ECHO.7j1 Number of major and non-major facilities with single event violations in the review year - Currently ADEQ is not flowing single event violations into ICIS. Working with IT to start flowing Single event violations.7j2 Number of facilities with SNC/Category 1 noncompliance –AZ0025607 Nogales International Wastewater Treatment Plant SNC designation for effluent violations is incorrect. Deficiencies are for exceedances in the influent prior to the treatment plant.7j3 Number of facilities with RNC/Category 2 noncompliance or effluent, single event, or schedule violations open during the year -AZ0025305 Houston Creek Landing WWTP DMR data is inconsistent with data in ICIS. Only showing violations in Q3 and Q4 in Azurite.
CO CWA 728 ROS Inspections are missing due to unfamiliarity with what checkboxes selected in the inspection would be counted in the SRF. They will not be corrected; due to time and staff limitations. There are 7 SNC noncompliance violations in 7j2 and 12 RNC violations in 7j3 that were either resolved just before submittal or are in the process of being resolved. One of the 7j2 is an EPA pretreatment that we cannot resolve.
CT CAA Metric 1a4: Caveat explanation - Only one source listed in this metric was active on a CMS plan at any point during the federal fiscal year. 5 records were updated in ICIS-Air prior to data refresh occurring and they are still being counted in this metric.Metric 1a5: Caveat explanation - The case file identified in this metric did not occur in FFY 2021. The identified HPV Case file is from FFY 2022. The HPV discovery date and day zero did not occur until after the close of FFY 2021.Metric 1b5: Caveat explanation - Count is correct per data elements comprising this metric but a caveat has been noted for 17 records where the metric indicated the site was overdue for an FCE. Each of the site records flagged had off-site compliance monitoring activity conducted and inspection process was coordinated with EPA. EPA issued guidance “Recommended Processes for Adjusting Inspection Commitments Due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency” through 3/21/22.Metric 1b6: Caveat explanation - Count is correct per data elements comprising this metric but a caveat has been noted for 2 records where the metric indicated the site was overdue for an FCE. Each of the site records flagged had off-site compliance monitoring activity conducted and inspection process was coordinated with EPA. EPA issued guidance “Recommended Processes for Adjusting Inspection Commitments Due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency” through 3/21/22.
CT CWA Metric 1a4 - The number of active NPDES non-major general permits (1,267) is erroneous. CT verified the registrations for non-Stormwater General Permit types. CT has not entered all Stormwater GP registrants into ICIS. Of the 1,268 general permits listed in Metric 1a4, 848 were for Stormwater GP registrations. The total registrations for Stormwater GPs alone would be 3,003: 1,962 Industrial; 908 Construction; 133 MS4, which includes DOT. CT did not verify if the Stormwater GPs listed in Metric 1a4 were active in FFY2021. It is suspected some were not. Note that Stormwater registrations erroneously show a status of expired or administratively continued because ICIS has not yet been updated. CT reissued the Industrial Stormwater GP and the Construction Stormwater GP, and those Master GPs have been updated in ICIS. CT is working on linking active registrations to their respective Master General Permits in ICIS. Metric 1e1 - Facilities with Informal Actions. On 3/11/22, this metric is showing as 17, while it should be 23. CT entered 5 NOVs into ICIS during the final week before the ECHO data was to be frozen. This data caveat is offered in case the frozen data set does not reflect those 5 NOVs. The 5 NOVs were issued to registrants under the Construction Stormwater General Permit. Metric 5b4 - Number of inspected non-major general permit covered facilities. On 3/11/22, this metric is showing as 79, which is erroneous. CT inspected an additional 30 facilities registered under the Construction Stormwater General Permit. CT also performed 24 desk audits of registrants under the Stormwater MS4 General Permit. CT is working to enter these in ICIS. CT entered 5 of these inspections in ICIS the last week prior to the 3/11/22 data freeze that do not yet show in ECHO.Metric 7j2 - Number of active facilities with SNC/Category 1 noncompliance. CT verified the quarters with SNC/Category 1 codes. CT did not verify whether blank quarters should be blank. Metric 7j3 - Number of facilities with RNC/Category 2 noncompliance or effluent, single event, or schedule violations open during the year. While CT confirmed ICIS has violations posted for the facilities listed, CT did not confirm there are no violations where none are listed. The veracity of each violation was not verified. Most permittees self-report using NetDMR. CT does not enter compliance schedules into ICIS.
CT RCRA Metric 1a2: The term “active” should be interpreted as a facility that has not notified that they are no longer conducting regulated activity. Therefore, Metric 1a2 is most likely not representative of the universe of operating generators. CT DEEP relies on Metric 1a5, the number of generators who have filed a biennial report, as a more representative count of Large Quantity Generators (LQGs) actively operating in the state.Metrics 5b: For FFY2021 CT DEEP chose the LQG Flex Alternative and deviated from the national inspection goal of inspecting 20% of the LQG universe by inspecting 10% of the traditional LQG universe excluding Pharmaceutical LQG’s and redirected remaining resources to inspect manifest initiative sites and a mix of other inspection types. However, because of COVID-19, DEEP was unable to conduct all onsite LQG CEI inspections but did develop an offsite LQG Questionnaire (an onsite CEI checklist equivalent). These inspections were recorded in RCRA INFO as Non-Financial Record Reviews (NRR’s). The following LQG offsite inspections recorded as NRR’s or LQG CEIs FFY2021 are: APLICARE INC CTD980916597, BYK USA INC CTR000519363, CORP CTD004533485, CONSOLIDATED INDUSTRIES CTD058864125, ETHOSENERGY CTD155609217, LUVATA CTD099762015, AMETEK CTD001454875, LEE CO CTR000511956, MCDERMID CTD981062854, PRAXAIR CTD042279539, TURBINE COMPONENTS CTR000505321, U S COAST GUARD CT0690307871, SPIRO L INTERNATIONAL CTD001140862.Metric 1g: The penalty amount reported includes the total penalty component offset by the performance of Supplemental Environmental Projects.
DC RCRA 1g. The penalty total is incorrect. There should also be penalties showing for J. Mbah Tire Services ($9000) and New Beginnings Vocational School ($3000)
DE CAA Metric 1a1 count should be 49. Dassault (1000300365) was a major source in FFY21. Facility shutdown in FFY22 (12/31/21). GT USA (1000300622) missing, should be in ICIS-Air when data freeze occurs.Metric 1a4 count should be 2. Dassault (1000300365) was active major source in FFY21. Facility shutdown in FFY22 (12/31/21) Metric 1c2 count should be 38. Despite running state metrics only, EPA FCE at Dassault in the results along with Delaware's FCE for Dassault.Metric 1j1 is accurate but wanted to note that the review of the TVACC for Justin Tanks and Croda did occur, just not until FFY22.
DE CWA DE0050288 Does not have any violations for the review period and should not be listed in this metric.
FL CWA Florida has requested EPA manual overrides for the following data points (facilities/metrics).FL0027880JASPER WWTF7j2FLR05B790SOUTHERN RECYCLING LLC 7j2FLR05G238OLD CASTLE LAWN & GARDEN INC7j2FLR05G254OLDCASTLE LAWN & GARDEN INC.-BOSTWICK FACILITY7j2 FLR05G945JONES ROAD C&DD DISPOSAL FACILITY7j2FL0000809TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY-H.L. CULBREATH BAYSIDE POWER STATION7j3FLR05B248CEMEX - RIVIERA BEACH BLOCK7j3
FL RCRA Metric 1a2: Forty-two of the 469 handler LQGs are foreign-flagged cruise ships and should not be on this list since FDEP relies on the US Coast Guard to perform routine cruise ship inspections. FDEP recommends that a data flag be created to remove cruise ships from reporting Metrics.Metric 1a5: Thirty-four of the 371 BR LQGs are foreign-flagged cruise ships and should not be on this list since FDEP relies on the US Coast Guard to perform routine cruise ship inspections. FDEP recommends that a data flag be created to remove cruise ships from reporting Metrics.Metric 10b5: An error was noted for Thatcher Chemical of Florida (FLR000207753) as it was included in this reporting Metrics as being outside the established 360-day deadline. Our records and documents show that the SNC evaluations were completed prior to the 360-day deadline from day zero. There appears to be an enforcement code that does not translate to RCRAInfo. FDEP is actively working to identify and correct this issue.
GA CAA Jefferson County Compressor Station was re-permitted as a true minor source on March 3, 2020, and it is not clear why the CMS status was still Major in FFY2021. A note was made in ICIS-Air that the CMS Status was removed on that date, but it had no effect on this data.
GA CWA Metrics 1a4 – Georgia has identified an error that has resulted in an incorrect permit status for Construction and Industrial Stormwater permits. We have identified issues and are working with our contractor for a correction. Additionally, as agreed to with US EPA Region 4, Georgia includes our secondary permittees in the workflow, resulting in a significant increase in the Construction Stormwater Universe. Metric 1g3 – Georgia has identified data mapping errors that has resulted in an incorrect number of facilities with penalties. Manual data entry into ICIS has been implemented to correct the issues and we are working with contractors to correct the issue for long term resolution. Metric 5a3, 5b3, and 5b4 – Georgia has identified additional inspections completed for our active facilities that did not transfer as the facilities were not active in ICIS due to data migration issues and will be correcting the data transfer errors. Additionally, due to the global pandemic, several offsite inspections were conducted during the reporting year and those inspections are not captured in the final count. Through discussions with US EPA Region 4, we were instructed to enter offsite inspections manually into ICIS and report the number of inspections in our annual workplan report. Georgia has updated ICIS and reported the values in the annual report. Metric 5b4: As agreed to with US EPA Region 4, Georgia includes our Construction Stormwater secondary permittees in the workflow resulting in a significant increase in the Construction Stormwater Universe inflating the number of inspections to be performed. The number of Construction Stormwater inspections to be performed is memorialized in the annual CMS and alternate CMS Plan. Metrics 7j1, 7j2, 7j3 – Georgia has identified deficiencies in processes and procedures involving data migration errors. We are working on updating processes to reflect a more accurate information.
GA RCRA Metric 1b1 - In addition to the 41 sites inspected using evaluation types CEI, FCI, CAC and OAM, 65 sites were inspected using evaluation type NRR/OCM
IA CAA 3 facilities were flagged as other facilities on the CMS plan. After review we were unable to determine why this designation exists? I flagged the data with comment
IA CWA The Iowa DNR is aware of significant data errors resulting from data entry and data transfer issues. The Iowa DNR is working with EPA through the SNC NCI to significantly improve the data quality and reduce the number of facilities erroneously identified as being in noncompliance.
IL CAA Pursuant to Metrics 1c1 and 1c2 several sources on the CMS Work Plan for Illinois in FFY2021 were not inspected. Those sources, and the reasons why are given below. IL000031489AAODry-clean World Inc, Schaumburg:Source shutdown and closed. No inspectionIL000097200ABCBio Energy (Illinois) LLC, Zion:Source is co-located with the nearby landfill. Source will be inspected on same workplan frequency as co-located landfill. No inspectionIL000145005AABFML Resin Cutler, Cutler: Source shutdown and closed. No inspectionIL000037010AGGVentus Tech Services LLC, A.K.A GOLDFRAME, DeKalb:Source had not yet commenced operation. No inspection. IL000123803AADEmerald Performance Materials LLC, Henry: Majority of source shutdown. No inspection.IL000119020ABGWieland Rolled Products North America, East Alton: FCE in FFY20 due to error in FFY18 Iceman entry. Incorrectly entered as FCE In FFY21. Next FCE in FFY23.IL000031600GXSRavenswood BioFuels Pilot Plant, Chicago: Source shutdown and closed. No inspectionIL000065804AAAAkin Energy LLC, Macedonia: Source never constructed. No inspection.IL000115808AAFWood River Pipe Lines LLC,Maroa: Source not in operation. No inspectionIL000163121ABECenter Ethanol Co,Sauget: Source shutdown and closed. No inspectionIL000077806AAAGrand Tower Energy Center LLC, Grand Tower: Source shutdown and closed. No inspectionIL000111813AANChemtool, Crystal Lake: Source shutdown and closed. No inspectionIL000197090ABXDucere LLC, Romeoville: Source not in operation. No inspectionIL000031600FDKA-F Acquisition LLC dba Pullman Innovations (Formerly AgriFine), Chicago: USEPA Region V took over complaint and site follow up. No inspection.IL000091816AAESaco Industries Inc, Grant Park: Source not constructed. No inspectionIL000031234ADLCleaners Depot #6,Palatine: Source shutdown and closed. No inspectionIL000099487AAAImperial Marble Corp, Somonauk: Source shutdown and closed. No inspection.IL000143810AAFBuckeye Terminals LLC, Chillicothe: Source shutdown and closed. No inspection.
IN CAA The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) strives to ensure that CAA Compliance and Enforcement data that is posted to ECHO is timely and accurate, and IDEM is constantly working with the EPA to assure the accuracy of the information that makes its way to ECHO. However, based on our current business practices and the development and gathering of evidence, timely entry of all stack testing and enforcement data into the ICIS database is not always possible. Due to staffing changes in key data management positions, limited Air Program resources, issues with the data node, and changes in sources’ permit types, IDEM is aware that some data for Federal Fiscal Year 2021 may not have been not uploaded as expected during the monthly electronic data transfer (EDT) processes. Some of these issues were still outstanding at the end of the data verification period and continue to be addressed by IDEM. IDEM will continue to work with EPA to ensure that CAA Compliance and Enforcement data is timely, complete, and accurate in ICIS-Air beyond the frozen SRF dataset.
IN CWA IDEM is fine with the existing caveats and continues to work towards improving data completeness, accuracy, and timeliness.
KY CAA Kentucky has been working to improve the interface between the State’s database and ICIS-Air. The need for these improvements are reflected in the discrepancies between the State’s database and ICIS-Air. Kentucky continues to apprise U.S. EPA regularly concerning Kentucky’s attempts to improve the data interface between the two systems. For more detailed information about the data discrepancies, please contact Jonathan Barker at 606-929-5285.
KY CWA Kentucky identified minor data discrepancies under Metrics 1a3, 1a4, 1b7, and 1b8. Kentucky identified these discrepancies as permits that were issued or terminated after the end of FFY2021. Under 1a3, Kentucky has a small number of “not needed” permits. Kentucky no longer uses the “not needed” category, but had used it in the past. There were 4 remaining “not needed” permits which were terminated in early FFY2021.
KY RCRA Kentucky has verified the FFY2021 RCRA data
LA CWA 1f1 – Facilities with Formal Actions is elevated by 5 facilities. This metric looks at the Enforcement Action (EA) information and not the specific Final Order information under the EA. The extra facilities are linked to EA LA-WEAOA1900949 but the specific Final Orders including them were issued outside of the EPA FY2021. 7j2 – Number of active facilities with SNC/Category 1 noncompliance is erroneously elevated due to the implementation of electronic discharge monitoring report system (NetDMR). Where limits are coded for non-major facilities and NetDMR is not immediately used, non-receipt DMR violations are generated for DMRs that may have been received through standard paper submission and are not entered into ICIS.
MA CAA Data Caveats for FFY2021 Data Verification - Massachusetts Metric 1a1 – Active Majors – Source MA0000002511901604 is CLOSED and remaining equipment covered by another OP-subject facility.Metric 1a2 – Active Synthetic Minors - Massachusetts has multiple Synthetic Minor Classifications with increasingly lower thresholds. On 1/09/2022, 118 are open facilities with “SM80” Classification subject to scheduled inspection. Metric 1a3 – NESHAP Part 61 Sources – Source MA0000002511900623 CLOSED 12/6/21.Metric 1a4 – Other Active Facilities on CMS Plan - Nine ACMS sources originally targeted for inspection in FFY 2021 were substituted for during the year (closures, etc.) Several ACMS sources targeted in FFY2020 were not removed from the CMS w/ proper backdating and so appeared active on the CMS for FFY 2021. Note to EPA Help Desk on 1/09/2022.Metric 1b4 – Active Title V Facilities - Source MA0000002511900185 is CLOSED. Source MA0000002504201018 has not commenced operation.Metric 1b6 – CMS 80% Synthetic Minors – Partially conflated with FFY2020 due to COVID interruptions in inspection cycles.Metric 1b7 – Other CMS Minors - Partially conflated with FFY2020 due to COVID interruptions in inspection cycles and targets.Metric 1c1 – Facilities with an FCE - Per Covid-19 protocols and amended ACMS, many PCE (offsite) were conducted in lieu of the targeted FCE. For FFY2021, 73 such inspections were completed but are recorded as PCEOFF/ Partial Compliance Evaluation -Offsite in ICIS. This includes Major, SM80 and ACMS source inspections.Metric 1c2 – Number of FCE - Per Covid-19 protocols and amended ACMS, many PCE (offsite) were conducted in lieu of the targeted FCE. For FFY2021, 73 such inspections were completed but are recorded as PCEOFF/ Partial Compliance Evaluation -Offsite in ICIS. This includes Major, SM80 and ACMS source inspections.Metric 1d1 – Number of Facilities with FRV Identified - Due to end-of-year timing and case development, a number of cases for sources inspected in FFY2021 have FRVs identified in FFY2022.Metric 1j1 – Number of Facilities with Reviewed TVACC - Source MA0000002511900185 is CLOSED and did not operate in FFY2021; indicated as such in ICIS on 12/13/21. Reports for a few sources were actually conducted in FFY2022 and appear in that timeframe/report.Metric 1j2– Number of Facilities with Reviewed TVACC - Since certain subject sources have not received their OPs, this number is less than OP-subject facility list.Metric 1f1 – One HPV case in development stage.Element 3 – Violations – A number of FFY2021 inspections have resulted in enforcement actions commencing FFY2022; these appear in that timeframe/report.Element 4 – Enforcement - Historical inspections/violations have resulted in high level enforcement actions commencing FFY2022; these appear in that timeframe/report.Metric 1h1 – Total Amount of Assessed Penalties – Source MA0000002511900634 was subject to a federal Consent Agreement (ID 01-2015-2018) in partnership with MassDEP and with a resulting penalty to Massachusetts of $140,000. Source MA0000002504200151 subject to penalty DEMAND during FFY2021, this appears in FFY2022 timeframe/report. Source MA0000002511800674 penalty assessed ($46,828) suspended for inability to pay. Source MA0000002511901844, - no penalty assessed, but potential future stipulated penalties provided for.
MA RCRA The data being verified in this instance is the Handler/BR Universe Count only
MA RCRA 1. Total Penalties issued: edits made to RCRAInfo to differentiate RCRA portion of penalties from NON-RCRA portion of penalties. Our records show a total of $166,294.00 being issued for RCRA violations in FFY 2021.2. Informal Enforcement Issued: edits made to RCRAInfo to show that MASSDEP issued 47 informal enforcement actions that included RCRA violations.
MD CWA We are working on a new system for implementing Enforcement Actions and Inspections to ICIS. This is a work in progress.
MD RCRA Verification for Handler & BR only
ME CAA 1j1 - ACC was not required for Stratton (A-9) because this facility did not have a Title V license in 2020. An ACC was required for Pine Tree Landfill (A-850) because this facility didn't change to an SM80 until January 2021.
ME CWA Metric 1b7: This number is low. FY20 was 227. Back on 2/23 database showed 210. Maine DEP is not sure what caused this decrease in number of DMR filers. In ICIS/ECHO several of our active DMR filers which were correctly included on 2/23 are no longer showing on this list. ECHO does not reflect what Maine DEP reports as the correct number count for this Metric. Metric 1b8: This number is low. FY20 was 210. Back on 2/23 the number was 205. Maine DEP is not sure what caused this decrease in number of DMR filers. In ICIS/ECHO several of our active DMR filers which were correctly included on 2/23 are no longer showing on this list. ECHO does not display what Maine DEP reports as the correct number count for this Metric.
MI CAA In general, the data in the US EPA's FY21 SRF report is consistent with data in the Michigan Air Compliance and Enforcement System (MACES) database except for the following:Metric 1a1, 1a2: Active major and synthetic minor facilities represented in the data metric may include those facilities that were later identified as minor during FY21.Metric 1a5: There were no State lead, minor source, HPV cases in Michigan in FY21. The state count should be zero.
MI CWA Permitting backlog may contribute to dataflow issues. Some data flow issues caused by staff data entry, and the State is working to correct these processing issues. The State is addressing unique data flow issues when they are identified.
MN CAA The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has made all reasonable effort to verify and correct the data presented. This is done by ensuring that the data contained in the respective EPA program systems, ICIS-NPDES, RCRAInfo and ICIS-AIR are in agreement with the TEMPO data system maintained by the MPCA as implementer of these programs for the State of Minnesota. Where discrepancies still exist, they are often beyond the control of the MPCA because they are related to the procedures by which the EPA ECHO database aggregates and assesses the data stored in the stand-alone program systems. The MPCA is unable to correct or influence any errors that arise in this process, which is wholly within the control of the EPA. For complete and current information on regulated parties in Minnesota, the MPCA suggests that data be accessed through our ‘What’s in my Neighborhood’ website.
MN CWA The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has made all reasonable effort to verify and correct the data presented. This is done by ensuring that the data contained in the respective EPA program systems, ICIS-NPDES, RCRAInfo and AFS are in agreement with the Tempo data system maintained by the MPCA as implementer of these programs for the State of Minnesota. Where discrepancies still exist, they are often beyond the control of the MPCA because they are related to the procedures by which the EPA ECHO database aggregates and assesses the data stored in the stand-alone program systems. The MPCA is unable to correct or influence any errors that arise in this process, which is wholly within the control of the EPA. The MPCA is in the process of implementing an ICIS-NPDES data flow to accurately represent the MPCA’s collected eReporting rule required data into ICIS-NPDES. Until the MPCA’s ICIS-NPDES data flow is fully implemented, the information presented through the dashboard will not be complete, current and/or accurate. For complete and current information on regulated parties in Minnesota, the MPCA suggests that data be accessed through our 'What’s in my Neighborhood' website and/or the ‘Wastewater Data Browser’.
NC CAA 1b6 - NC0000003704100772 was inspected as a Synthetic Minor on 3/4/2021 before the facility was issued a TV Permit on 2/1/2022. This facility was not included in this Metric.
NC CWA 1a1 and 1a3: North Carolina is working with EPA to correct 1 permit mis-identified as a major in ICIS and 3 permits mis-identified as minors in ICIS. 2 permits in ICIS do not exist in state database.1a4: ECHO contained one permit that has been revoked by the State of North Carolina. NC is unable to rectify the difference. 1b8: The North Carolina data system has 26 permits that have permit limits but do not currently upload to ICIS as they have monitoring frequencies less than monthly.1e1: NC has one permit with actions unaccounted for by ICIS. NC is unable to rectify the difference.5a3: North Carolina is working with EPA to correct two permit mis-identified as minors in ICIS. 5b3: North Carolina is working with EPA to correct two permit mis-identified as minors in ICIS. ICIS contains one erroneous inspection, which NC will work with EPA to correct.5b4: North Carolina's data system contains 10 inspections conducted on facilities where the permit was not in active status. NC is working with EPA to correct the data.7j2 and 7j3: The North Carolina data system does not classify violations as Category 1, SNC, Category 2, or RNC.
ND CWA Due to a bug in ECHO, Non-Major General permits could not all be verified. There was a 13 permit discrepancy between ECHO and the State Database which could not be verified which permit numbers they were and if they were correct.
NE CAA Metric 1a2: Title V Sources: Siouxland Ethanol LLC Low Emitters: Valmont Newmark Inc; Deshler Municipal Utilities No Permit Required Sources: Bayer Western Production CO; Timpte Inc; Northern Natural Gas Company - Homer; Baldwin Filters Inc; Frito-lay inc; Eilers Machine and welding Inc; Olson Industries Inc; Elster American Meter Company; CAMACO Columbus Manufacturing; Behlen MFG Co; Douglas Holdings LLC; Geihsler GDU; US Chicory Processing Plant; Westrock Container LLC; Reinke Manufacturing Co Inc; Concrete Equipment Co Inc; Blue Hill City Light and Water; NPPD 500 KW Mobile GeneratorClosed/inactive: Big OX Energy Siouxland LLC closed on 1/28/2020; TIGT Cozad Compressor Station; Fairbury Municipal Power Plant; Thermal Clean Class II Natural Minor: Eastside Animal Center Tribal Land: Emerson Municipal UtilitiesPbR: Sholes Piggery LLC Wayne; NPPD 1000 KW Mobile Generator; NPPD 1600 KW Mobile Generator; Overland Ready Mixed Super 8 LLCHD Jurisdiction: Constructors Inc; Ready Mixed Concrete Conpany PortableMetric 1b4: Omaha Air Quality Control Jurisdiction: Phillips Manufacturing Co; COMC LLC Headquarters Low Emitter: Exmark Manufacturing Co; Global Equipment Company Inc Synthetic Minor: Nebraska City Power Plant No 1; Nebraska City Power Plant No 3Metric 1b5: Endicott Clay Products: NDEE conducted an FCE on October 17, 2019 (FFY20). Endicott Clay Products is on the schedule to be inspected by the next FCE due date of 30-SEP-22 Global Equipment Company is a Low Emitter source and an FCE was not due in FFY21Metric 1b6: Eaton Corporation: The source was classified as a Low Emitter from October 5, 2010 - September 21, 2021. As such, an FCE was not due and not completed in FFY21. Lukjan Greatplains has been inactive since 12/12/2016 Emerson Municipal Utilities is on Tribal Land; EPA Jurisdiction CAMACO Columbus Manufacturing is a No Permit Required Source. An FCE was not completed or due in FFY21. Bunge Milling is a Low Emitter Source. An FCE was not completed or due in FFY21. Blue City Light and Water is a No Permit Required Source. An FCE was not completed or due in FFY21.Metric 1c1: Husker Ag, LLC (FID 73356) had an FCE completed on May 24th, 2021 that was not entered into our IIS system. This mistake has been corrected.Metric 1c2: Husker Ag, LLC (FID 73356) had an FCE completed on May 24th, 2021 that was not entered into our IIS system. This mistake has been corrected.Metric 1j2: Global Equipment Company Inc was not a Title V source in FFY21. The source has been a Low Emitter since 2019. Metric 1d1: An issue with our IIS system for FRV entry has been identified and NDEE is working to correct. FRVs have been identified in our system and a batch to ICIS was pushed through by IT on March 09, 2022. The correct number for FFY21 is 40 Facilities with an FRV. Metric 1d2: An issue with our IIS system for FRV entry has been identified and NDEE is working to correct. FRVs have been identified in our system and a batch to ICIS was pushed through by IT on March 09, 2022. The correct number for FFY21 is 41 FRV activities. Metric 1e1: An error with our IIS system not allowing input of violation type beginning in June of 2021 was identified and corrected. Violations were updated and a manual batch was pushed forward into ICIS on March 09, 2022.Metric 1e2: An error with our IIS system not allowing input of violation type beginning in June of 2021 was identified and corrected. Violations were updated and a manual batch was pushed forward into ICIS on March 09, 2022.
NH CAA For metrics 1.c.1 and 1.c.2, New Hampshire conducted 10 partial compliance evaluations in lieu of FCEs due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and in accordance with EPA policies.
NH CAA For metrics 1.c.1 and 1.c.2, New Hampshire conducted 10 partial compliance evaluations in lieu of FCEs due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and in accordance with EPA policies.
NH RCRA NHDES uses state database (HzWIMS) for LQG universe - flags indicate discrepancies.Informal enforcement action count does not include 7 ROHWIs (see flags).
NM CAA Metric 1a2 Number of Active Synthetic Minor Facilities: During FY2021 Data Verification, the New Mexico Environment Department – Air Quality Bureau (NMED-AQB) determined that the number of Active Synthetic Minor facilities in ECHO is not correct. NMED-AQB is still in the process of correcting this metric. Metric 1b4 Number of Active Title V Facilities: Two (2) facilities that did not have an active TV Operating Permit in FFY2021 are incorrectly listed under metric 1b4. Metric 1b5: New Mexico is conducting ongoing review and research concerning resolution of errors resulting in incorrect Full Compliance Evaluation (FCE) due dates. New Mexico will calculate next FCE due dates and frequencies using the applicable Compliance Monitoring Strategy (CMS) schedule based on the most recent FCE date and current facility classification until the problem is resolved.Metric 1b6: New Mexico is conducting ongoing review and research concerning resolution of errors resulting in incorrect FCE due dates. New Mexico will calculate FCE due dates and frequencies using the applicable CMS schedule based on the most recent FCE date and current facility classification until the problem is resolved.Metric 1j2: Metric 1j2 data fields “TVACC_PLANNED_DATE” and “TVACC_PLANNED_FY” do not appear to be updating correctly and may include incorrect dates or no data. Facilities with new Title V Operating Permits for which a TV Annual Compliance Certification (ACC) report was not due in FY 2021 are also included on the list.
NM RCRA There is a missing FY21 LQG for New Mexico in the data:Holly Frontier Asphalt, LLC; EPA ID#NMR000010595 located at 4949 Edith Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, NM was an LQG from 2/28/2020 through 2/24/2022, however this is not reflected in the count of LQGs for New Mexico in FY21 data
OH CAA Data Caveats: 1a1 81 facilities listed are not currently active majors. Most were updated in FFY 2021 or during the current review and therefore still remain on the Majors list. Several are incorrectly classified as Major by USEPA which Ohio cannot correct in ICIS Air.1a2 94 facilities listed are classified as minors and are no longer SMTVs. These facilities were updated in ICIS Air in FFY 2021 or during the current review and therefore still remain on the Majors list. The majority are correctly shown as Minor in ECHO.1a4 All facilities listed were removed from the CMS plan in FFY 2021.1b6Shelly Materials Plant 47 (OH0000000773000187) was permanently shut down 9/24/18. Corrected in ICIS Air 01-20-22. 1b7L. Gray Barrel (OH0000001318006616) has been shut down since 10/16/2018. It is not showing as active on the CMS in ICIS Air.1d120 NOVs were issued in a previous FFY. ICIS Air has incorrectly identified FRV determination dates in FFY 2021, typically around the date of closure of the NOV or the last entry into ICIS Air for the facility. This is a known ECHO error. 1d222 case files incorrect in ICIS Air. ICIS Air has incorrectly identified FRV determination dates in FFY 2021, typically around the date of closure of the NOV or the last entry into ICIS Air for the facility. This is a known ECHO error.1e2Meggitt Sandblasting & Painting (OH0000000372002005) is classified as Minor and should not be on this list.
OH CWA Metric 1a1: Number of active NPDES major individual permits = 294Metric 1a2: Number of active NPDES major general permits = 0Metric 1a3: Number of active non-major individual permits = 2,941Metric 1a4: Number of active NPDES non-major general permits = 12,249Metric 1b7: Number of active NPDES individual DMR filers = 3,235Metric 1b8: Number of active NPDES individual DMR filers with permit limits in ICIS = 3,235Metric 1e1: Facilities with Informal Actions = 325Metric 1f1: Facilities with Formal Actions = 25Metric 1g3: Facilities with Penalties = 22Metric 5a3: Number of inspected major facilities = 101Metric 5b3: Number of inspected non-major individual or unpermitted facilities = 676Metric 5b4: Number of inspected non-major general permit covered facilities = 25Metric 7j1: Number of major and non-major facilities with single-event violations reported in the review year = 195Metric 7j2: Number of facilities with SNC/Category 1 noncompliance = 656Metric 7j3: Number of facilities with RNC/Category 2 noncompliance or effluent, single event, or schedule violations open during the year = 1,737
OK CWA Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality Water Quality Division’s Federal Fiscal Year 2021 (10/01/2020-09/30/2021) State Review Framework The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (Oklahoma DEQ) Water Quality Division has completed their data metric review of the CWA data on the State Review Framework (SRF) for Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2021. The following caveats and revision in metric values need to be added to Oklahoma DEQ-Water Quality Division’s FFY2021 SRF:1.Oklahoma DEQ does not code into EPA’s ICIS-NPDES Production database the Stormwater Construction & Stormwater Industrial facility data (metric 1a4), inspections (metric 5b2 & 5b4), and enforcement actions (metric 7j1-7j3, 7k1, & 8a3), but the data is maintained in Oklahoma DEQ’s in-house database. Oklahoma DEQ is working on flowing this data from their state database to the EPA’s ICIS-NPDES database.2.The Metric Data listed is reflective of the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality's Water Quality Division Data and the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food & Forestry (ODAFF). ODAFF is the delegated authority for the Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) program and ODAFF will report their revised values separately from Oklahoma DEQ-Water Quality Division. The CAFO permit can be identified within the metric as any permit Id number that begins with OKG01.3.Oklahoma DEQ has revised their Compliance Monitoring Strategy with EPA to no longer do 100% CEI Inspections on Major facilities to 90%. The remaining 10% CEI inspections are performed on Minor or General Facilities. Major, Minor, and General permits have their CEI, CSI, PCI, and Audit inspections coded into ICIS-NPDES. 4.Metric 1a3 Number of Active Non-Majors with Individual Permits revised value is 341. Forgan WWT (OK0066666) does not have a discharge permit. The facility is a total retention system, which was entered into ICIS-NPDES because they accept Industrial user's wastewater and the Industrial User permit requires the entry of a Receiving POTW ID (ICIS required data element).5.Metric 1a4 Number of Active Non-Majors with General Permits revised value is 5791. Stormwater-Construction & Stormwater- Industrial permits are maintained in the Oklahoma DEQ's state database. During this period, there were 1811 Stormwater-Industrial and 3775 Stormwater-Construction permits. Oklahoma DEQ-WQD has permitted 205 General Discharge permits. The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food & Forestry (ODAFF) is delegated to permit the general CAFO (OKG01) permits on the list. 6.1b7 & 1b5 Number of Active Individual DMR filers is 445. Tulsa MS4 (OKS000201) and OKC MS4 (OKS000101) are individual stormwater permits that do not require permit limits or DMRs. Forgan (OK0066666) is not a discharge permits, therefore the facilities is not required to file DMRs or have permit limits. 7.Metric 1b8- Number of active NPDES individual DMR filers with permit limits is 445. Tulsa MS4 (OKS000201) and OKC MS4 (OKS000101) are individual stormwater permits that do not require permit limits or DMRs. Forgan (OK0066666) is not a discharge permits, therefore the facilities are not required to file DMRs or have permit limits. 8. Metric 1f1 Facilities with Formal Actions is revised to 165. The following number of facilities by Facility Type had a Formal Action:Major 33Minor 78Unpermitted 5Satellite 1General Discharge 19General Total Retention 5Industrial User4Construction Stormwater 3MS4 Phase II 6Industrial Stormwater 8State 38.Metric 1g3 Facilities with Penalties is revised to 15. Two penalties were given to Industrial Stormwater facilities and 1 to a Satellite system. Satellite & Industrial Stormwater are maintained in a state database.9.Metric 7j1 Number of major and non-major NPDES facilities with single event violations is revised to 30. The following Stormwater facilities should be included in the list:OKR053652 Oklahoma Tire Recyclers, LLCOKR050949 City of Paul’s ValleyOKR051106 Sellers Auto & Truck SalesOKR051241 Schwarz AsphaltOKR051595 Waste Corporation of Oklahoma LLCOKR053332 Burford CorporationOKR053486 SNT Recycling dba Hope MetalsOKR053639 Heartland Auto PartsOKR1021921 Hiwassee 80OKR1029235 River Mist (Dequasie)OKR1029433 Kolb Grading10.Metric 7j2 Number of Active facilities with SNC/Category 1 noncompliance is revised to 540 out of a permitted universe of 6238. Industrial Stormwater has 389 Industrial Stormwater facilities that were either greater than 30 days late submitting their DMRs/Annual Reports, DMRs/Annual Report were not submitted, or the facility had a Category 1 Single event Violation. Oklahoma DEQ is working on flowing this data from their state database to the EPA’s ICIS-NPDES database.11.Metric 7j3 Number of Active facilities with RNC/Category 2 noncompliance for effluent, single event, compliance schedule, or permit event violations during the year is 375 out of a permitted universe of 6238. There were 150 Stormwater facilities that were less than 30 days late in submitting their DMRs and Annual reports that were not entered into ICIS-NPDES, but were maintained a state database.12.Metric 7k1 Major and non-major facilities in noncompliance revised value count is 915 out a universe of 6,238 permitted universe. 13.Metric 8a3 Percentage of active major and non-major facilities in SNC Category 1 noncompliance during the reporting year is 8.66%.14.Metric 5a1 & 5a3 Inspection coverage of NPDES Majors is 92. A total of 92 facilities had a CEI inspection or a Routine inspection. 15.Metric 5b1 Inspection Coverage NPDES Non-Major individual facilities is 111. A total of 111 Non-Major NPDES Individual facilities had a CEI inspection or a Routine inspection.16.Metric 5b3 Inspection Coverage-NPDES Non-Major individual or unpermitted facilities is 111. 17.Metric 5b2 & 5b4 Inspection Coverage-NPDES Non-Majors with General Permits is revised to 1308. A total of 1133 Stormwater -Construction, 123 Stormwater-Industrial, and 52 General NPDES Discharge facilities were inspected. General discharge permit CEIs are coded into ICIS-NPDES, but Stormwater routine inspections are maintained in the state's database.
OK RCRA Evaluation discrepancies may be as a result from State Regulation/Federal Regulation
OR CWA ICIS-NPDES data for individual major and non-major permits are accurate according to state databases, including all recordable inspections that occurred during FFY2021, enforcement actions issued in FFY2021, and enforcement actions issued in FY2022 prior to the data freeze that address violations that occurred in FFY2021. Oregon DEQ transitioned to a new data management system, Your DEQ Online, for stormwater permits at the end of FFY2021. Stormwater permit, DMR, compliance monitoring, and enforcement data will flow daily from Your DEQ Online to ICIS-NPDES starting in April 2022. As a result of this transition, ICIS-NPDES data for facilities covered by stormwater general permits (industrial, construction, and municipal) may not reflect recent permit renewals.
PA CAA - PAM Penalty settling violations at Temple University and Temple Health Sciences Campus is double-counted in metric 1h1, leading to an overage of $25,000.
PA CAA PA DEP, Bureau of Air Quality updated the data transfer node to ICIS-Air in FY 2021. On 3/6/2021, a Mass Delete Command was inadvertently to ICIS-Air, resulting in all records in ICIS-Air to be deleted for all facilities under PA DEP's jurisdiction. PA DEP has made attempts to restore the data in ICIS-Air through subsequent data transfers, but not all the metrics were able to be completely corrected. The number presented in each Metric Comment are the numbers that PA DEP had for each metric for all activities between 10/1/2020 and 9/30/2021. The cause of the mass deletion command is still under investigation but it's unlikely that the cause will be identified. PA DEP has taken steps in the data transfer process to ensure this does not occur again.
PA CWA All of Pennsylvania’s NPDES permitted facilities required to submit electronic Discharge Monitoring Reports (eDMR) are now using PA DEP’s eDMR data system. PA DEP continues to work with EPA in addressing complications in uploading a portion of the data into EPA’s Integrated Compliance Information System (ICIS). PA DEP’s NPDES permits are issued by both its Clean Water Program and its Mining Program. Work continues with aligning data for both programs to simplify reporting and to address what appears to be deficiencies in the State Review Framework (SRF) Report. The Mining Program continues to address various complications with its reporting and uploading processes. Additionally, NPDES permits starting with PAC, PAV, PAX, and PAL are only tracked in ICIS, not state systems. PAD permit data is only beginning to receive attention regarding uploaded data. PA DEP’s data system does not differentiate between SNC/Category 1 and RNC/Category 2 noncompliance (categories 7j2 and 7j3). Instead, DEP utilizes the QNCR and ECHO dashboards to closely track and monitor these facilities. Also, ICIS effluent violations will only exist in the state database if the violation is manually created in PA databases. They are not automatically generated. 1a2 Number of active NPDES major general permits: PA doesn't have major general permits.1a4 Number of active NPDES non-major general permits: PA's number includes 4 permits in ICIS but not counted by the ECHO metric. 1b7 Number of active NPDES individual DMR filers: PA's number includes 4 permits in ICIS but not counted by the ECHO metric. 1b8 Number of active NPDES individual DMR filers with permit limits in ICIS: PA's number includes 1 permit in ICIS with limits but not being pulled by ECHO metric. 1e1 Facilities with Informal Actions: PA's number includes 8 enforcements with known upload issues. 5a3 Number of inspected major facilities: PA's number includes 11 inspections in ICIS, but not counted by the ECHO metric. 5b3 Number of inspected non-major individual or unpermitted facilities: PA's number includes 4 inspections in ICIS, but not counted by the ECHO metric. There are also 10 inspections for pending/withdrawn permits that can't be uploaded and 3 with upload issues, currently being resolved. 5b4 Number of inspected non-major general permit covered facilities: PA's number includes 1 inspection in ICIS, but not counted by the ECHO metric. There are also 8 inspections for pending/withdrawn permits that can't be uploaded and 12 with upload issues, currently being resolved. 7j1 Number of major and non-major facilities with single-event violations reported in the review year: PA's number includes 291 SEVs not uploaded to ICIS. Not all types of SEVs are being uploaded. PA DEP is actively working to resolve the issue. Additionally, ICIS only allows one SEV type per day so not all SEVs can be uploaded to ICIS.
RI RCRA RIDEM completed inspections of 66 facilities with the following breakdown:LQG = 20SQG = 43VSQG = 4The data in RCRA is incorrect because the data select logic does not include NRR/OCM as an inspection of a facility. The following facilities were inspected using OCM evaluations by RIDEM but are not included in the Number of sites with on-site inspections.RIR000016675BROWN UNIVERSITYRID001187277PROVIDENCE METALLIZING CO INCRID001202050EXXONMOBIL OIL CORP - EP TERMINALRIR000502815ASHAWAY LINE & TWINE MFG CORID001199355ASHAWAY LINE AND TWINE MFG CORID075704999ADMIRAL PACKAGING, INC.RIR000504936INDUSTRIAL CONTAINER SERVICES-RI LLCRID095978995GEIB REFINING CORP
SC CAA 1a1SC00002000120TV, Closed 4/13/21SC00010400006TV to CM 4/1/21SC00012000467TV to MI 1/1/21SC00012400012TV to CM 1/1/21SC00015200021TV to CM 1/1/21SC00020600115TV, Closed 5/13/21SC00020600272TV to MI 7/1/21SC00021400149TV to CM 4/1/21SC00021800003TV, Closed 1/11/211a4SC00010400083Facility not in SC database; Facility has been closed since 10/01/2006.SC00008200079Operating under Cons permit. SC00020600199Facility has been operating under SOP since 1/1/2016SC00021400094Facility not in SC database. 1a6SC00099000762 Previously operated under SC00006000057; CO occurred under SC000060000571b6SC00002000141Facility closed since 2016SC00010400083Facility closed since 2006SC00012000513Facility closed since 2016SC00012800040Facility closed since 20161c1SC00020600223Minor SourceSC00020600224Minor Source1c2SC00020600223Minor SourceSC00020600224Minor SourceSC00099000778Formerly (&inspected under) 1200-02111j2SC000120002071st TVACC due 11/14/21 - TV became eff 10/1/20. BDSSC000178000561st TVACC due 2/14/22 - TV effective 1/1/21SC000214001471st TVACC due 11/14/21 - TV effective 10/1/20SC00024400005TVACC due - but not completed - Hold up with EPA approval.1d1SC00006000057Facility was operating under permit 0600-0057, violation found. Facility is now operating under 9900-0762, violation resolved. SC00099000762 Facility was operating under permit 0600-0057. Facility is now operating under 9900-0762. This is a duplicate entry for the same facility. 1d2SC00006000057Facility was operating under permit 0600-0057. Facility is now operating under 9900-0762. This is a duplicate entry for the same facility. SC00099000762 Facility was operating under permit 0600-0057. Facility is now operating under 9900-0762. This is a duplicate entry for the same facility. 1e1SC00006000057Facility was operating under permit 0600-0057. Facility is now operating under 9900-0762. This is a duplicate entry for the same facility. SC00099000762 Facility was operating under permit 0600-0057. Facility is now operating under 9900-0762. This is a duplicate entry for the same facility. 1e2SC00006000057Facility was operating under permit 0600-0057. Facility is now operating under 9900-0762. This is a duplicate entry for the same facility. SC00099000762 Facility was operating under permit 0600-0057. Facility is now operating under 9900-0762. This is a duplicate entry for the same facility. 1g1SC00004200030, SC00011400005, SC00002000144One CO, One Penalty for all three Santee Cooper violations.SC00099000762 Previously operated under SC00006000057; CO occurred under SC000060000571g2SC00004200030, SC00011400005, SC00002000144One CO, One Penalty for all three Santee Cooper violations.SC00099000762 Previously operated under SC00006000057; CO occurred under SC000060000571h2SC00004200030, SC00011400005, SC00002000144One CO, One Penalty for all three Santee Cooper violations.SC00099000762 Previously operated under SC00006000057; CO occurred under SC000060000571h1SC00004200030, SC00011400005, SC00002000144One CO, One Penalty for all three Santee Cooper violations; Penalty Total: 246850SC00099000762 Previously operated under SC00006000057; CO occurred under SC00006000057
SD CWA Metric 1a4 - There are 19 SDPG#'s that are Pretreatment Metal Finisher general permit covered facilities and not to be counted. The logic cannot remove these from the count. The correct number is 258.Metric 7j2 - There is 1 SDPG# that is a Pretreatment Metal Finisher general permit covered facility and not to be counted. The logic cannot remove these from the count. The correct number is 31.Metric 7j3 - There are 6 SDPG#'s that are Pretreatment Metal Finisher general permit covered facility and not to be counted. The logic cannot remove these from the count. The correct number is 84.
TN CAA - CHC 1a1: Vulcan is considered a major source by EPA, but is only classified as a synthetic minor at the local level.
TX CAA 1a1 - Number of Active Majors - Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) records indicate there were 1,198 active Title V Major facilities in FFY21. Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO) records contain facilities that are associated with non-active Title V permits (1204 counts) or not major sources (180 counts), totaling 1384. 1a3 - Number of Active Minors Subject to NESHAP Part 61 - TCEQ doesn't identify facilities as Minor Source subject to NESHAP Part 61 and haven't established a tracking system for it yet.1a4 - Number of Active CMS Minors - TCEQ database shows 190 active minor sources; however, TCEQ currently doesn't flow minor source's data to EPA database. 1a5 - Number of HPV Minors - The ECHO data shows 3 facilities with an unresolved HPV; however, the TCEQ data shows zero (0) facilities. The ECHO data is for 3 Minor facilities where the HPV Day-zero was before Federal Fiscal Year 2021 and were unresolved. An HPV is only applicable to a Major facility; therefore, the TCEQ data shows that there were no Minor facilities with an HPV Day-zero that occurred in Federal Fiscal Year 2021. After reviewing the TCEQ data, the 3 Minor facilities that were identified in the ECHO data show that the violations for the 3 cases were resolved on 9/21/2009, 2/1/2011, and 3/21/2013, respectively, and the HPV indicator for one case was removed on 3/21/2013.1a6 - Number of Minors Subject to Formal Enforcement - The ECHO data shows 17 Minor facilities with a formal enforcement action; however, the TCEQ data shows 70 Minor facilities. The TCEQ currently does not identify Major or Minor facilities. Since an AFS number was not associated to all the Minor facilities, the TCEQ data for all the Minor facilities was not flowed to ECHO. 1b4 - Number of Active Title V Facilities - TCEQ records indicate there were 1,415 active Title V facilities in FFY2021, 89 out of 1415 have not been assigned an AFS number yet and thus they won't flow to ECHO. ECHO records contain extra facilities that are not of active Title V permits (731 counts). 1b5 - Number of CMS Majors - TCEQ records show that there were 716 Title V major facilities with an FCE conducted in FFY20. There are 88 counts in TCEQ database only, which are facilities are not due for FCE but obtained a FCE investigation in accordance with TCEQ CMS plan for FY2021. 1b7 - Number of Other CMS Minors - TCEQ currently doesn't flow minor source data to EPA database. For the 10 facilities in ECHO, TCEQ's data shows 7 out of 10 are portable facilities, while 3 out of 10 are trench burners, all are minor sources.1c1 - Number of Facilities with an FCE (Facility Count) - TCEQ records show that there were 726 Title V major facilities where FCEs were conducted in FFY21. 20 counts are not found in EPA databases: 8 of them are of blank AFS status and 7 have a CMS Category status of OTHER, which are inactive status for data flow; the reasons for the other 5 counts being flowing to ECHO are not clear at this point.1c2 - Number of FCEs (Activity Count) - ECHO has 752 unique FCEs (4 duplicates). TCEQ records show that there were 761 FCEs were conducted in FFY21. 9 counts are not found in EPA databases due to inactive AFS status or CMS Category status. 1d1 - Number of Facilities with an FRV Identified (Facility Count) - The ECHO data show 330 unique inspection counts (showing 552 in ECHO that contains 122 duplicates), while TCEQ data show 475 counts. 145 counts in TCEQ database were not found in ECHO due to inactive AFS number status or CMS category status.1d2 - Number of Case Files with an FRV Identified (Activity Count) - The ECHO data shows 323 Case Files with an FRV identified; however, the TCEQ data shows 266 Case Files with an FRV identified. Since the TCEQ data only counted the number of cases files that had an FRV determination date that occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021, it was determined that the ECHO data includes Case Files that includes an FRV determination date prior to the federal fiscal year. Therefore, the TCEQ data will be reviewed to ensure that ECHO has the correct data. 1e1 - Number of Informal Enforcement Actions (Activity Count) - The ECHO data shows 269 informal enforcement actions at Federally Reportable facilities; however, the TCEQ data shows 1,223 Notice of Violations and Warning Letters that were issued. The TCEQ issued informal enforcement actions to facilities that do not have an active AFS Number; therefore, the number of Federally Reportable facilities that had an informal enforcement action with a date achieved that occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 were not accurately captured in the ECHO data. 1e2 - Number of Facilities with an Informal Enforcement Action (Facility Count) - The ECHO data shows that 115 Federally Reportable facilities with an informal action; however, the TCEQ data shows 875 Federally Reportable facilities were issued a Notice of Violation or Warning Letter. The TCEQ issued informal actions to Federally Reportable facilities that do not have an active AFS Number; therefore, the number of informal enforcement actions at Federally Reportable facilities with a date achieved that occurred during Fiscal Year 2021 were not accurately captured in the ECHO data.1f1 - Number of Case Files with an HPV Identified (Activity Count) - The ECHO data has 752 case files with an HPV Day-zero that occurred at Federally Reported facilities; however, the TCEQ data shows 212 case files with an HPV Day-zero date that occurred at Federally Reportable facilities. The ECHO data includes case files with an HPV Day-zero that was determined prior to the federal fiscal year.1f2 - Number of Facilities with an HPV Identified (Facility Count) - The ECHO data show 330 Federally Reportable facilities with an HPV Day-zero; however, the TCEQ data shows 177 facilities with an HPV Day-zero. The TCEQ data only had 177 facilities with an HPV Day-zero that occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021. Therefore, the TCEQ data will be reviewed to ensure that ECHO has the correct data. 1g1 - Number of Formal Enforcement Actions (Activity Count) - The ECHO data shows 116 formal enforcement actions at Federally Reportable facilities; however, the TCEQ data shows 205 effective resolutions with an Air violation. The TCEQ data includes all formal enforcement actions that occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 and some facilities may not have an active AFS Number; therefore, the number of formal enforcement actions at Federally Reportable facilities where the settlement entered date occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 were not accurately captured in the ECHO data.1g2 - Number of Facilities with a Formal Enforcement Action (Facility Count) - The ECHO data shows 90 Federally Reportable facilities with a formal enforcement action; however, the TCEQ data shows 166 facilities with a formal enforcement action. The TCEQ data includes all facilities with a formal enforcement action where the settlement entered date occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 and some facilities may not have an active AFS Number; therefore, the number of Federally Reportable facilities with a formal enforcement action where the settlement entered date occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 were not accurately captured in the ECHO data.1h1 - Total Amount of Assessed Penalties - The ECHO data shows the total amount of assessed penalties of $13,657,381 at Federally Reportable facilities; however, the TCEQ data shows a total amount of assessed penalties of $15,683,226 for all effective resolutions with Air violations. The TCEQ data includes the total amount of assessed penalties at all facilities during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 and some facilities may not have an active AFS Number; therefore, the total amount of assessed penalties at Federally Reportable facilities where the settlement entered date for the final order occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 were not accurately captured in the ECHO data.1h2 - Number of Formal Enforcement Actions with an Assessed Penalty - The ECHO data shows 116 formal enforcement actions with an assessed penalty greater than zero; however, the TCEQ data shows 205 effective resolutions with an Air violation. The TCEQ data includes the total number of formal enforcement actions with an assessed penalty greater than facilities during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 and some facilities may not have an active AFS Number; therefore, the total number of formal enforcement actions with an assessed penalty greater than zero where the settlement entered date for the final order occurred during Federal Fiscal Year 2021 were not accurately captured in the ECHO data.1i7 - Number of Stack Tests that occurred - The ECHO data show 330 unique inspection counts (showing 552 in ECHO that contains 122 duplicates), while TCEQ data show 475 counts. 145 counts in TCEQ database were not found in ECHO due to inactive AFS number status or CMS category status.1j1 - Number of Facilities with a Reviewed TVACC - The ECHO data show 757 Title V facilities where TVACCs were reviewed in FFY2021, while TCEQ data show 1130 counts. 373 counts in TCEQ didn't flow to ECHO. These included blank or OTH CMS category codes that did not flow.1j2 - Number of Facilities with TVACC Due - TCEQ database shows 152 extra facilities with TVACC due in FFY2021 in comparison with ECHO data. All 152 facilities have a blank or Other CMS category code, which is inactive code and makes them not flow to ECHO database.
TX CWA 1a1 - Number of active NPDES major individual permits - TCEQ records show that there were 708 permits classified as majors. EPA’s count of 728 included 19 permits that fell outside of the fiscal year date range. These permits are either in Expired or Terminated status in both TCEQ database and ICIS. EPA ID TX0105058 and TX0062201 are associated the City of Houston Sims Bayou WWTP (South and North portion, respectively), which were still under EPA delegation upon initial TPDES permit issuance by TCEQ. TX0105058 (associated with the Sims Bayou South WWTP) will be terminated once TX0062201 is issued. TCEQ does not know the issuance date as this application is still pending at EPA.1a3 - Number of active NPDES non-major individual permits - TCEQ records show that there were 2257 minors. EPA’s count of 2583 included 311 permits that fell outside of the fiscal year date range. These permits are either in Expired or Terminated status in both TCEQ database and ICIS. There are 15 Oil & Gas permits that were submitted to TCEQ after EPA delegated regulatory authority for additional activities under the TPDES permitting program, but these 15 permits have not yet been added to the TCEQ’s permit tracking databases (PARIS) for FY21 due to insufficient data transferred during the delegation process. TCEQ at present is diligently working to appropriately rectify this issue and to add the permits to PARIS.1a4 - Number of active NPDES non-major general permits - TCEQ records show that there were 44,579 general permits. EPA’s count of 45,149 included 570 general permits that fell outside of the fiscal year date range. These permits are either in Expired or Terminated status in both TCEQ database and ICIS.1b7 - Number of active NPDES individual DMR filers - TCEQ records show that there were 2622 DMR filers. EPA’s count of 2651 included 13 permits that fell outside of the fiscal year date range. These permits are either in Expired or Terminated status in both TCEQ database and ICIS. There are 15 Oil & Gas permits that were submitted to TCEQ after EPA delegated authority for additional regulatory activities under the TPDES permitting program, but these 15 permits have not yet been added to the TCEQ’s permit tracking databases (PARIS) for FY21 due to insufficient data transferred during the delegation process. TCEQ at present is diligently working to appropriately rectify this issue and to add the permits to PARIS. EPA ID TX0105058 and TX0062201 are associated the City of Houston Sims Bayou WWTP (South and North portion, respectively), which were still under EPA delegation upon initial TPDES permit issuance by TCEQ. TX0105058 (associated with the Sims Bayou South WWTP) will be terminated once TX0062201 is issued. TCEQ does not know the issuance date as this application is still pending at EPA.1b8 - Number of active NPDES individual DMR filers with permit limits in ICIS - TCEQ records show that there were 2599 DMR filers with permit limits. EPA’s count of 2625 included 10 permits that fell outside of the fiscal year date range. These permits are either in Expired or Terminated status in both TCEQ database and ICIS. 15 Oil & Gas permits have been received by TCEQ since EPA delegated regulatory authority for additional activities under the TPDES permitting program, but these 15 permits have not yet been added to the TCEQ’s permit tracking databases (PARIS) for FY21 due to insufficient data transferred during the delegation process. TCEQ at present is diligently working to appropriately rectify this issue and to add the permits to PARIS. EPA ID TX0105058 and TX0062201 are associated the City of Houston Sims Bayou WWTP (South and North portion, respectively), which were still under EPA delegation upon initial TPDES permit issuance by TCEQ. TX0105058 (associated w ith the Sims Bayou South WWTP) will be terminated once TX0062201 is issued. TCEQ does not know the issuance date as this application is still pending at EPA.1f1 - Number of major and non-major facilities with formal enforcement actions concluded during the review year - The TCEQ issued formal enforcement actions against 171 facilities. There was an action against 1 facility that does not appear in ECHO due to data flow constraints. Specifically, there was 1 formal action against a construction general permit (TXR15KS73) facility in which the permit number was expired and does not exist in the federal data base. The TCEQ completed the ICIS upload of active construction general permits on 09/27/18 and multi-sector general permits on 10/02/18. 1g3 - Number of major and non-major facilities with penalties assessed during the review year - The TCEQ issued formal enforcement actions against 171 facilities. There was an action against 1 facility that does not appear in ECHO due to data flow constraints. Specifically, there was 1 formal action against a construction general permit (TXR15KS73) facility in which the permit number was expired and does not exist in the federal data base. The TCEQ completed the ICIS upload of active construction general permits on 09/27/18 and multi-sector general permits on 10/02/18. 5b4 - Number of inspected non-major general permit covered facilities - TCEQ has 19 facilities that count towards this measure that are not on the EPA’s list. This is due to the investigations being associated to incorrect ID, and/or program code. These facilities will be updated to ensure they flow.7j1 - Number of major and non-major facilities with single-event violations reported in the review year - 456 Violations did not flow to ECHO because the violations were not associated to a valid EPA Permit ID. 154 Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) Violations did not flow to ECHO because TCEQ does not have an automated solution to process them.
TX CWA All data that is covered under NPDES/enforcement for Judy Edelbrock has been verified and updated where applicable
TX RCRA 1a5 - Number of BR LQGs - Echo’s number 1197 is based on the 2015 BR LQGs, TCEQ’s numbers are based on the 2017 BR LQGs.1b1 - Number of sites with on-site inspections - TCEQ has an approved alternative CMS that allows for the inspection of Small Quantity Generator, Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator, Transporters, Non-Notifiers and Other RCRA Handlers to meet the Large Quantity Generator commitment. TCEQ met the approved alternative CMS by conducting inspections at 408 facilities during FY21. This includes 21 facilities that had errors or were not required to obtain an EPA ID and have not yet been uploaded into RCRAInfo. TCEQ continues to improve functionality to ensure complete and accurate data uploads. 1c1 - Number of sites with new violations during review year - TCEQ has an approved alternative CMS that allows for the inspection of Small Quantity Generator, Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator, Transporters, Non-Notifiers and Other RCRA Handlers to meet the Large Quantity Generator commitment. TCEQ investigations found new violations at 189 facilities during FY21. This includes 12 facilities that had errors or were not required to obtain an EPA ID and have not yet been uploaded into RCRAInfo. TCEQ continues to improve functionality to ensure complete and accurate data uploads. 1c2 - Number of sites in violation at any time during the review year regardless of determination date - TCEQ has an approved alternative CMS that allows for the inspection of Small Quantity Generator, Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator, Transporters, Non-Notifiers and Other RCRA Handlers to meet the Large Quantity Generator commitment. TCEQ data includes 189 sites with new violations cited during the review period and an additional 147 facilities which have or had outstanding violations cited prior to the review period. This brought the total number of facilities to 336. This includes 22 facilities that had errors or were not required to obtain an EPA ID and have not yet been uploaded into RCRAInfo. TCEQ continues to improve functionality to ensure complete and accurate data uploads. 1d1 - Number of sites with informal enforcement actions - TCEQ has an approved alternative CMS that allows for the inspection of Small Quantity Generator, Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator, Transporters, Non-Notifiers and Other RCRA Handlers to meet the Large Quantity Generator commitment. TCEQ investigations found informal enforcement actions at 131 facilities during FY21. This includes 9 facilities that had errors or were not required to obtain an EPA ID and have not yet been uploaded into RCRAInfo. TCEQ continues to improve functionality to ensure complete and accurate data uploads.1d2 - Number of informal enforcement actions - TCEQ has an approved alternative CMS that allows for the inspection of Small Quantity Generator, Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator, Transporters, Non-Notifiers and Other RCRA Handlers to meet the Large Quantity Generator commitment. TCEQ investigations found 166 informal enforcement actions during FY21. This includes 8 facilities that were not required to obtain an EPA ID and have not yet been uploaded into RCRAInfo. TCEQ continues to improve functionality to ensure complete and accurate data uploads.1e1 - Number of sites with new SNC during year - TCEQ has an approved alternative CMS that allows for the inspection of Small Quantity Generator, Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator, Transporters, Non-Notifiers and Other RCRA Handlers to meet the Large Quantity Generator commitment. TCEQ investigations found 3 new SNC violations during FY21. This includes 1 facility that had errors and have not yet been uploaded into RCRAInfo. TCEQ continues to improve functionality to ensure complete and accurate data uploads.1f1 - Number of sites with formal enforcement actions - The ECHO data show 16 unique sites with formal enforcement action counts, while TCEQ data show 46 counts. 30 counts in TCEQ database were not found in ECHO due to not being required to have an EPA ID, a missing EPA ID number status, multiple EPA IDs, or not in RCRA Handler. The TCEQ data will be reviewed to ensure that the facilities in ECHO are correct. 1f2 - Number of formal enforcement actions - The ECHO data show 19 unique formal enforcement action counts, while TCEQ data show 54 counts. 35 counts in TCEQ database were not found in ECHO due to not being required to have an EPA ID, a missing EPA ID number status, multiple EPA IDs, or not in RCRA Handler. The TCEQ data will be reviewed to ensure that the facilities and formal enforcement actions in ECHO are correct. 1g - Total dollar amount of final penalties - The ECHO data show $153,553 of penalties associated with 8 formal enforcement action counts, while TCEQ data show $832,609 in penalties based on 29 effective orders. Of 29 effective orders with penalties that 8 uploaded and 21 did not upload due to the facilities not being required to have an EPA ID, missing EPA IDs, having multiple EPA IDs, or not in RCRA Handler. The TCEQ data will be reviewed to ensure that the facilities, enforcement actions, and resulting penalties in ECHO are correct.
VA CWA 1a4 (Number of active NPDES non-major general permits) – The 9 MS4 (VAR04) and 70 Construction SW (VAR10, VAR11 etc.) out of the 5,171 permits entered by EPA are not currently shown as reissued; information will be updated once the batch processes for both permits are implemented by VA DEQ.
VA RCRA 1a4 (Number of active NPDES non-major general permits) – The 9 MS4 (VAR04) and 70 Construction SW (VAR10, VAR11 etc.) out of the 5,171 permits entered by EPA are not currently shown as reissued; information will be updated once the batch processes for both permits are implemented by VA DEQ.
VT CAA SHELBURNE LIMESTONE CORPORATION (SWANTON) - VT0000005001100007: 1A1 Metric - The pollutant Particulate matter was incorrectly classified as Major Emissions. This classification was corrected to Synthetic Minor Emissions. It was later determined that Particulate matter was not the correct pollutant and the entry was subsequently deleted. The facility is Synthetic Minor source, and has not previously been a Major source.
WA CAA Review and data verification is for the sources in the Eastern Region only. This is a subset of the sources in Washington State jurisdiction. Title V sources include: KINROSS GOLD CORP - BUCKHORN MILLPONDERAY NEWSPRINT COBOISE CASCADE - ARDEN LUMBERBOISE CASCADE PLYWDBOISE CASCADE LUMBERVAAGEN BROS LUMBERAVISTA (KFGS)GAS TRANSMISSION NORTHWEST #8GAS TRANSMISSION NORTHWEST #7WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITYGUY BENNETT LUMBERSynthetic Minor sources include: OATH HOLDINGS INCORPORATED DATA CENTERJ R SIMPLOTMCCAIN FOODS USADOLCO PACKAGING CORPTIDEWATER TERMINALANDEAVOR LOGISTICS OPERATIONSLAMB WESTONLAMB WESTONJ R SIMPLOTBASIC AMERICAN FOODSLAMB WESTONREC SOLAR GRADE SILICON, LLC;TEREX/GENIE INDUSTRIESD&L FOUNDARY & SUPPLY INCSGL COMPOSITES LLCCOLUMBIA GRAIN
WA CAA This review and data verification is for the sources in the Ecology’s Industrial Section only. This is a subset of the Title V sources in Washington State jurisdiction (eight Title V sources).Metric 1i7: WA0000005307300001 (Intalco Ferndale) Compliance with the TF, PM and POM MACT limits is determined for the semiannual periods January-June and July-December. The respective semiannual emission averages are calculated using the total number of days in each month of the period. Because the emissions are averaged as described, June 30 and December 31 are the “Actual Stack Test End Dates” that are entered into ICIS Air at the end of the semiannual periods. Compliance is determined by comparing the semiannual average to the respective limit and entered into ICIS Air as “PASS” or “FAIL”.
WA CWA The 2021 CWA Data for Washington is incorrect or missing. The CWA data was not flowing to EPA during the FY2021 timeframe due to known problems in the dataflow programming. WA State Department of Ecology is working with EPA contractors to repair and resume the dataflow. As of January 2022 this flow is mostly repaired and Ecology is sending CWA data to EPA’s ICIS database. There is remaining work currently being done to ensure that the data from Ecology’s system is flowing to ICIS/ECHO and that it is complete and accurate. This work is expected to be done by mid-2022.
WI CAA 1a1: Should include WI0000005503112784 Nemadji Trail Energy Center1b5: Per an agreement between EPA and Wisconsin, the following facilities will be inspected in FFY22:DANE RENEWABLE ENERGY LLCWI0000005502542793MOCCASIN MIKE SANITARY LANDFILLWI0000005503104160WISCONSIN ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, D/B/AWI0000005505960002CLCM OAK CREEKWI0000005507900003MID-AMERICA STEEL DRUM COMPANY, INC./KITWI0000005507900252CHILDREN'S WISCONSINWI0000005507944065FROEDTERT HOSPITALWI0000005507946958MILLER ELECTRIC MFG CO - FABRICATIONWI0000005508713458POLARIS INDUSTRIES INCWI0000005509500016JOHNSON TIMBER CORPWI0000005509900092BRP US INCWI0000005510121702AFE INC/SIO INTERNATIONALWI0000005510128533INNIO WAUKESHA GAS ENGINES INCWI0000005513300037OSHKOSH CORPORATION OAKWOOD FACILITYWI0000005513917323Two additional facilities were inspected in FFY21 that were not on the CMS Plan:DAIRYLAND POWER COOP GENOA STATION-EOPWI0000005512300001ROSENDALE RENEWABLE ENERGY LLCWI00000055039145661b6: WI0000005509900026 WEATHER SHIELD INC-PARK FALLS DIVISION - dropped 5/13/20201b7: Should be 0. This data was corrected in ICIS.
WI CWA 1a4- Number of active NPDES non-major general permits: 2,6181e1- Facilities with informal actions: 116 Facilities were sent NONs, 14 Facilities were sent NOVs 1f1, 1g3- These actions are currently not uploaded to ICIS-NPDES and are handled by the states Environmental Enforcement division. Efforts are underway to provide this data to EPA electronically. 7j1- Number of major and non-major facilities with single-event violations reported in the review year: Wisconsin currently does not submit all SEVs to ICIS-NPDES. The state is in the process of reporting these numbers more accurately. The number of reported SSOs for FY2021 is 122. 7j2, 7j3- Wisconsin is currently in the process of making the necessary data transfer corrections in order to more accurately report SNC and RNC to ICIS-NPDES.
WV CWA Metric 1a4:9,936 general permit registrations during 2021 fiscal year. The 164 difference seems to be the timing of issuance/closure of those general permits.Metrics 1b7 and 1b8: WV0000108 – Kincaid Enterprises – Facility is closed but has ongoing legal issues.Metrics 1f1 and 1g3: WVDEP does not upload penalties or formal actions on state only permits. Metric 5b3: Inspections not uploaded due to feed issues: 2 Metric 5b4: Inspection not uploaded due to feed issue: 10 Metric 7j2: Problems with data conversion from the West Virginia data system to the ICIS system has resulted in inaccurate rates being reported to the ECHO system for facilities in both SNC/Category 1 and RNC. In addition, WVDEP has determined that there are instances where inaccuracies have occurred and are still occurring as the data submitted to ICIS system is converted into the ECHO system. This also resulted in inaccurate SNC/Category 1 and RNC numbers. WVDEP continues to identify and address issues leading to inaccurate SNC/Category 1 and RNC numbers/rates showing in ECHO.Metrics 1e1, 1f1, and 1g3: WVDEP DMR has developed a computer function to allow the uploading of Formal Enforcement Actions to include penalties. This function will include the uploading of data on Single Event Violations also. The function is currently being tested against the ICIS environment and this data should begin to be placed in ICIS in the coming months. After this function has been proved the addition of Informal Enforcement Actions will be developed and tested. Metric 7j2: 1. Problems with data conversion from the West Virginia data system to the ICIS system has resulted in inaccurate rates being reported to the ECHO system for facilities in both SNC/Category 1 and RNC. In addition, WVDEP has determined that there are instances where inaccuracies have occurred and are still occurring as the data submitted to ICIS system is converted into the ECHO system. This also resulted in inaccurate SNC/Category 1 and RNC numbers. WVDEP DMR has recently been able to correct many instances where false SNC/Category 1 violations were shown for DMR Nonsubmittal. We are continuing to make corrections where they are identified. 2. While the limit data that is currently being fed from our internal systems to ICIS is believed to be accurate, there is a large amount of older limit set data from previous years that was fed with incorrect initial reporting date requirements and incorrect reporting frequencies. Much of this data is now considered historical as permits have since been reissued and can no longer be readily corrected. Identifying and correcting existing data is an extremely detailed and time-consuming process due in part to the fact that our system does not directly handle deletion and replacement through our exchange node.
WY CWA Due to various uploading issues with WYPDES data to the ICIS data system there are some numbers that do not match with EPA data. WYPDES has submitted this data with 2 data caveats regarding metrics. Data verified 1/27/2022

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