ARB Settles Air Quality Violations for the Month of September
For immediate release
SACRAMENTO – The California Air Resources Board (ARB) today announced three settlements have been reached involving companies that violated California's air quality regulations. The specifics of each case are as follows:
COMPANY: Equilon Enterprises, LLC, Houston, TX.
VIOLATION: Selling gasoline at a Texaco station in San Diego, CA that exceeds the state standard Reid vapor pressure of 7.00 pounds per square inch between April 1 and October 31.
WHEN: May, 1998
COMPANY: Shore Terminals, LLC, Martinez, CA.
VIOLATION: Improper shipment of CARBOB in violation of Title 13 California Code of Regulations section 2266.5.
WHEN: February, 1999
COMPANY: Southern Counties Oil Company, Long Beach, CA.
VIOLATION: Selling, offering for sale, and supplying vehicular diesel fuel having an aromatic hydrocarbon content exceeding 10 percent by volume.
WHEN: July, 1998