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    Illinois Pollution Control Board News
    Illinois Pollution Control Board News
    No. 481
    No. 481
    April, 1994
    April, 1994
    RECENT DECISIONS
    RECENT DECISIONS
    PRIOR LANDOWNER FOUND IN VIOLATION, ORDERED TO
    INVESTIGATE AND REMEDIATE SITE; REIMBURSEMENT OF
    CURRENT LANDOWNER'S CORRECTIVE ACTION COSTS
    POSSIBLE, PCB 92-80
    In a recent interim decision, in
    Lake County Forest Preserve Dist.
    v. Ostro
    (Mar. 31, 1994), PCB 92-80, the Board confronted the
    issue of a person found to have violated the Act recompensing a
    landowner for response costs. The Board ordered a prior
    landowner who caused contamination of the property to investigate
    the extent of contamination, remediate any remaining
    contamination, and reimburse the present landowner for the costs it
    incurred in removing contaminated debris and soils from the land.
    The prior owners, the Ostros, acquired a 15-acre parcel in Lake
    County in 1970 and subsequently operated a day camp on the site.
    In the mid-70s the Ostros bought 20 drums of paint to paint
    buildings on the property. After painting, the Ostros left the drums
    on the ground without cover or liner to prevent any leakage from
    entering the ground. The drums so placed included two full barrels
    of paint and one half-full. The subsequent landowner, a forest
    preserve district, acquired the property by condemnation and took
    possession in 1990, at which time 15 barrels remained on the land.
    In the course of demolishing structures and performing work on
    the property, the forest preserve district discovered the paint barrels
    nearly completely buried in a berm. The barrels found were rusty
    with several holes, and one was leaking a black tar-like substance.
    The forest preserve district contacted the Illinois EPA (Agency) and
    told the Ostros to remove the barrels. The Ostros placed the
    barrels containing material into overpack drums, had some the
    barrels removed in 1991, and had the surrounding soils and water
    tested for contamination. The Agency also took samples for testing
    and ultimately sent a compliance inquiry letter to the forest preserve
    district. The forest preserve district hired a consultant to investigate
    the contaminated area and remove any contaminated materials.
    The forest preserve district removed the overpacked drums and
    remaining barrels from the property late in 1992.
    The forest preserve district filed an action against the Ostros in
    1992. It alleged that the Ostros violated Section 21(a), (e), (f)(1),
    and (m) of the Act by open dumping, disposal of wastes not in
    compliance with the Act and Board regulations, conducting a
    hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal operation without a
    permit, and transferring property on which they disposed hazardous
    wastes without notification to the Agency and the forest preserve
    district. They asked the Board to impose a civil penalty, for
    reimbursement for corrective action costs, and for the Board to
    direct the Ostros to investigate the property and remove any
    remaining hazardous materials and contamination from the site.
    After a public hearing and consideration of the record and the
    appropriate statutory factors, the Board held that the Ostros had
    committed the alleged violations. The Board ordered the Ostros to
    conduct a site investigation and undertake corrective action for any
    contamination found.
    In assessing imposition of a remedy, the Board looked to
    People
    v. Fiorini
    (1991), 143 Ill. 2d 318, 574 N.E.2d 612, to determine that
    the Act does not preclude an award of cleanup costs to a party that
    expends money to correct a violation committed by another person.
    The Board observed that such a decision to award cleanup costs
    was within the discretion of the court under
    Fiorini
    . The Board noted
    that since citizens must first file an enforcement action before the
    Board before they have any access to the courts under the Act,
    citizens would have fewer remedial options under the act than does
    the Attorney General or states attorneys if the Board could not
    similarly award cleanup costs to a prevailing complainant. The
    Board further noted that such an award by the Board would further
    the goals of the Act by ensuring prompter remedial action by a
    complainant than if the complainant had to wait until the Board
    issued an order for the violator to perform the cleanup. Therefore,
    the Board held that it had the authority to order reimbursement of
    reasonable cleanup costs in this appropriate case.
    The Board determined that further hearing was necessary for
    consideration of the Section 33(c) factors before entry of a final
    order. The Board directed the hearing officer to conduct a hearing
    to gather evidence on the reasonableness of the costs incurred by
    the forest preserve district and information relevant to a penalty.
    THE BOARD DIRECTS THE AGENCY TO PAY $84,292.45 IN
    ATTORNEYS' FEES
    On March 17, 1994, the Board ordered the Agency to pay a
    permit appellant $84,292.45 in attorneys' fees and expenses of
    litigation. The Board did this in response to the court's mandate in
    Grigoleit v. Illinois EPA
    (5th Dist. 1993), 245 Ill. App. 3d 337, 613
    N.E. 2d 371.
    In the air permit appeal that gave rise to the judicial appeal, the
    Agency continued to deny the Grigoleit Company's request for
    renewal of an operating permit after the Board had reversed the
    Agency's denial and remanded the case twice. Grigoleit filed a third
    appeal and a motion for sanctions against the Agency for not
    complying with the Board's mandates and for causing unnecessary
    BOARD TO REVITALIZE ITS "TWO-DAY" AGENDA CUTOFF RULE,
    See
    For Your Information
    , page 3.

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    delay and expense. The Board granted a motion for sanctions by
    directing the Agency to issue the permit, but denied to impose
    attorneys' fees. Grigoleit appealed and prevailed. In its May 6,
    1993 opinion, the Fifth District Appellate Court directed the Board to
    award attorneys' fees against the Agency.
    (See issue 470, May 19,
    1993.)
    The Board conducted further proceedings to determine the
    reasonableness of the demanded attorneys' fees. The Board
    determined that the Grigoleit Company was entitled to the fees it
    incurred in pursuing this permit appeal and another made
    necessary when the Agency issued a permit with special conditions
    during the pendency of the
    Grigoleit
    appeal before the Fifth District.
    The Board held that the expenses and fees submitted by Grigoleit
    were reasonable and awarded $80,634.15 in attorneys' fees and
    $3,658.30 in litigation expenses for the time essentially culminating
    with the appeal to the Fifth District and the issuance of the permit
    sought. The Board denied a supplemental request for fees incurred
    after that time and until the fee award.
    RULE
    RULEMAKING UPDATE
    MAKING UPDATE
    AMENDMENTS TO CLEAN AIR ACT AIR PERMIT APPEAL
    PROCEDURE ADOPTED, R93-24
    On March 3, 1994, the Board adopted certain amendments to the
    Board's procedural rules as they apply to permits sought under the
    federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (CAAA). The
    proceeding was docketed as R93-24 and entitled
    In the Matter of:
    Amendments to the Rules for Clean Air Act Permit Appeals and
    Hearings Pursuant to Specific Rules 35 Ill. Adm. Code Parts 105
    and 106
    .
    Specifically, R93-24 amended the rules pertaining to air permit
    appeals before the Board. Among other things, the amendments
    require the Agency to provide notice of a permit denial to the U.S.
    EPA, the permit applicant, "any person who participated in the
    public comment process", and "any other person who could obtain
    judicial review under Sections 40.2 and 41 of the Act . . .". These
    persons also have a right to obtain Board review of an Agency
    permit decision or its failure to take action on the permit application
    within certain prescribed times. The amendments add certain
    requirements for petitions for CAAA permit review and set forth
    other procedural requirements.
    The Agency filed the "fast-track" rulemaking proposal pursuant to
    Section 28.5 of the Environmental Protection Act on September 14,
    1993. The Board Proposeded it on September 26, 1993 for First
    Notice publication in the
    Illinois Register
     
    (see issue 475, Oct. 6,
    1993)
    and conducted public hearings on November 8 and
    December 8, 1993, in Springfield. The Board cancelled a third
    hearing scheduled for December 22, 1993 because the Agency did
    not request the additional day pursuant to the Act. The Board
    proposed the amendments for Second Notice review by the Joint
    Committee on administrative Rules on January 20, 1994
    (see issue
    475, Feb., 1994)
    and was free to adopt the amendments after
    receiving JCAR's Certificate of No Objection on February 25, 1994.
    The adopted amendments represent one segment of Illinois'
    submittal of a complete State Implementation Plan (SIP) to the U.S.
    Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA). Section 182(a) of the
    Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (CAAA) required Illinois to have
    adopted and submitted its proposed SIP by November 15, 1992.
    The purpose of the R93-24 amendments was to make certain
    modifications to Parts 105 and 106 of the Board's procedural rules
    for U.S. EPA approval. Direct questions to Marie E. Tipsord, at 312-
    814-4925 or 618-498-9802. Please refer to docket R93-24.
    CORRECTIONS TO THE NEW SOURCE REVIEW RULES
    ADOPTED, R93-26
    On March 31, 1994, the Board adopted corrective amendments
    to the new source review rules. The Board took this action under
    docket number R93-26,
    Amendments to the New Source Review
    Rules, 35 Ill. Adm. Code 203
    . These correct a typographical error
    made in an earlier proceeding.
    The Board adopted the new source review rules on April 22,
    1993, under docket number R92-21. (
    See issue 470, May 19,
    1993.
    ) The Agency filed a motion, on October 1, 1993, requesting
    that the Board request a Certification of Correction to the adopted
    rules from the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules. The
    Agency stated that the failure to properly underline and strikeout text
    in its original proposal resulted in an error in Section 203.209(a)(4):
    emissions of particulate matter are significant if they exceed 25 tons
    per year (tpy), rather than 15 tpy. Although the Board agreed with
    the Agency that the error must be corrected as soon as possible, it
    did not want to appear to make a substantive amendment using the
    expedited correction process of Section 5-85 of the Administrative
    Procedure Act. The Board chose to open a new docket and
    proposed the corrections for First Notice publication in the
    Illinois
    Register
    on October 7, 1993, under Section 28.2 of the
    Environmental Protection Act. (
    See issue 476, Nov. 3, 1993.
    )
    The Board proposed the amendments for First Notice publication
    in the
    Illinois Register
    on October 7, 1993.
    (See issue 476, Nov. 3,
    1993)
    It held public hearings on the proposed corrective
    amendments on December 8, 1993 and January 27, 1994. The
    Board proposed the amendments for Second Notice review by the
    Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR) review on
    February 17, 1994.
    (See issue 480, Mar., 1994.)
    The Board
    adopted the amendments after it received the March 22, 1994
    Certificate of No Objection from JCAR. Direct questions to Marie E.
    Tipsord, at 312-814-4925 or 618-498-9803. Please refer to docket
    R93-26.
    RCRA SUBTITLE C HAZARDOUS WASTE UPDATE ADOPTED,
    R93-16
    On March 17, 1994, the Board adopted identical-in-substance
    amendments to the Illinois RCRA Subtitle C regulations for the
    update period of January 1 through June 30, 1993. The Board
    proposed the amendments for public comment on December 16,
    1993.
    (See issue 478, Jan. 1, 1994.)
    During the period of the first half of 1993, U.S. EPA amended its
    RCRA Subtitle C regulations five times. Nearly all of these
    amendments involved some form of relaxation of standards that
    would otherwise apply to regulated facilities. However, many would
    impose some requirements as a condition to the relaxation. U.S.

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    EPA adopted the corrective action management unit (CAMU) and
    temporary unit (TU) regulations applicable to RCRA Subtitle C
    corrective actions. It also amended the land disposal restrictions for
    Third Third wastes, adopted technical amendments to the used and
    waste oil management standards, and renewed a case-by-case
    capacity variance from the land disposal restrictions for hazardous
    debris. Finally, U.S. EPA amended land disposal restrictions for
    ignitable and corrosive wastes whose treatment standards were
    vacated by the court in Chemical Waste Management v. EPA, 976
    F.2d 2 (D.C. Cir. 1992).
    The R93-16 update followed the federal actions and made
    miscellaneous amendments to the RCRA regulations. The Board
    adopted the used and waste oil regulations, the subject of the
    present amendments, in R93-4, on September 26, 1993.
    (See
    issue 475, Oct. 6, 1993.)
    The Board also adopted the amended
    land disposal restrictions for ignitable and corrosive wastes in R93-
    4, thus obviating further action in this docket, except as to certain
    corrections submitted by U.S. EPA by way of public comment. In
    adopting the R93-4 amendments, the Board omitted amendments
    made in an earlier update, R91-13. The Board discovered this
    oversight in the time after the December proposal for public
    comment in R93-16. The Board added those corrections for final
    adoption. Direct questions to Michael J. McCambridge, at 312-814-
    6924. (Please refer to docket R93-16.)
    ILLINOIS EPA FILES, BOARD PROPOSES, NEW LUST RULES,
    R94-2
    The Illinois EPA filed a proposal on March 15, 1994 for a set of
    procedures to be employed by the Board in leaking underground
    storage tank (LUST) proceedings. The Board proposed the
    amendments on March 17, 1994 for First Notice publication in the
    Illinois Register
    without substantive review. This proposal is
    required by new Section 57.14 of the Act, added by P.A. 88-496 on
    September 13, 1993.
    (See issue 475, Oct. 6, 1993.)
    The proposed rules would establish procedures for LUST
    remediation and reimbursement proceedings. The proposal
    includes provisions applicable to remediation of LUST sites,
    administration of the state's LUST reimbursement fund,
    reimbursement from the fund for costs of investigation and
    remediation, and for audit of corrective action efforts. The Act
    imposes a six-month deadline on adoption of procedural regulations
    by the Board. The Board has scheduled hearing for April 27 and 28
    in Springfield and May 23 and 24 in Chicago.
    (See Calendar.)
     
    Direct questions to Musette H. Vogel, at 217-524-8509, or Elizabeth
    S. Harvey, at 312-814-6921. Please refer to docket R94-2.
    FIRST NOTICE PROPOSED FOR ADDITIONAL STEEL AND
    FOUNDRY LANDFILL AMENDMENTS; REQUEST FOR PUBLIC
    COMMENT; R90-26
    On March 31, 1994, the Board proposed amendments to the
    landfill regulations for First Notice publication in the
    Illinois Register
    .
    These augment amendments proposed for First Notice on
    September 23 and December 2, 1993.
    (See issues 475, Oct. 6,
    1993, & 478, Jan. 1, 1994.)
    The Board added a new provision to
    the proposed rules relating to facility location. It did this in response
    to requests by the Illinois Steel Group and the Illinois Cast Metal
    Association, the proponents of the steel and foundry waste landfill
    amendments.
    The parent rulemaking, the R90-26 steel and foundry waste
    landfill amendments, would establish a set of landfill regulations
    specific to certain wastes generated by those industries.
    Simultaneous with the proposal of the new section, the Board
    published a request for public comments in the parent rulemaking,
    including a copy of the entire text of the proposed regulations with
    all presently-contemplated changes highlighted. Direct questions to
    Kathleen M. Crowley, at 312-814-6929. (Please refer to docket
    R90-26.)
    AMENDMENTS TO GROUNDWATER QUALITY STANDARDS
    PROPOSED FOR FIRST NOTICE, R93-27
    On March 17, 1994, the Board proposed amendments to the
    groundwater quality standards for First Notice publication in the
    Illinois Register
    . The proposed amendments would revise the
    Illinois groundwater quality standards of Part 620 to include
    additional contaminants. These contaminants are chemical species
    for which the U.S. EPA has adopted maximum contaminant levels
    for the purposes of the Safe Drinking Water Act regulations (found
    at 40 CFR 141 and 35 Ill. Adm. Code 611). The proposed
    amendments would add limitations for three metals and fourteen
    organic chemical contaminants to the lists of contaminants in Class I
    and Class II groundwaters.
    The Illinois EPA (Agency) filed a petition on October 18, 1993,
    and the Board held public hearings on February 8 and 23, 1994, in
    Springfield, and February 10, 1994, in Chicago. After the 45-day
    public comment period that begins when a Notice of Proposed
    Amendments appears in the Illinois Register, the Board will be free
    to proceed with the next step towards adoption of the amendments:
    proposal for Second Notice Review by the Joint Committee on
    Administrative Rules. Direct questions to Michelle C. Dresdow, at
    815-753-0947. (Please refer to docket R93-27.)
    ILLINOIS EPA FILES PROPOSAL TO AMEND WATER QUALITY
    REGULATIONS; THE BOARD WILL EXPEDITE THE
    PROCEEDINGS, R94-1
    The Illinois EPA (Agency) filed a proposal to amend certain of the
    water quality regulations by updating various standards on February
    24, 1994. The Agency certified pursuant to Section 28.2 of the Act
    that certain of the proposed amendments were "federally required".
    By an order dated March 17, 1994, the Board rejected proceeding
    under the "federally required" procedures because the Agency's
    certification applied to only part of the proposal. The Board,
    nevertheless, accepted the proposal under the general rulemaking
    procedures of Section 27 and stated that it intended to proceed as
    expeditiously as possible so that a First Notice proposed rule might
    issue within the six months that would have been required by
    Section 28.2.
    The Agency's proposal proceeded from a mandatory review of
    the Illinois stream water quality regulations required under the
    federal Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. ยงยง 1251
    et seq.
    ). The proposal
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    regulations to revise the standards for ammonia nitrogen, mercury,
    and lead general water quality standards; secondary contact and
    indigenous aquatic life standards; and other regulations. Direct
    questions to Charles M. Feinen, at 217-524-8507. Please refer to
    docket R94-1.
    EIGHT SEMIANNUAL IDENTICAL-IN-SUBSTANCE UPDATE
    DOCKETS RESERVED; TWO DISMISSED, R94-3 THROUGH
    R94-10
    The Board opened eight new identical-in-substance rulemaking
    dockets on March 31, 1994. The eight dockets cover any federal
    amendments that occurred during the second half of 1993 (July 1
    through December 31) in eight programs in which the Board has a
    statutory identical-in-substance mandate. The dockets involved any
    federal amendments to the exemptions from the definition of volatile
    organic material (VOM; R94-3), the Safe Drinking Water Act
    regulations (R94-4), the underground injection control rules (R94-5),
    the RCRA Subtitle D (municipal solid waste landfill; R94-6) and
    Subtitle C (hazardous waste; R94-7) requirements, the underground
    storage tank (UST) regulations (R94-8), the contingency plan rules
    (R94-9), and the wastewater pretreatment requirements (R94-10).
    Upon reserving the rulemaking dockets, the Board immediately
    determined that U.S. EPA did not amend its exemptions from the
    definition of VOM in the second half of 1993, and it did not amend
    its UST rules during that time in any way that would require Board
    action. The Board promptly dismissed dockets R94-3 and R94-8 for
    those reasons. Direct questions to Michael J. McCambridge, at
    312-814-6924. Please refer to identical-in-substance actions by
    docket number.
    FOR YOUR INFORMATION
    THE BOARD INTENDS TO REVITALIZE ITS "TWO-
    DAY" AGENDA CUTOFF RULE
    (reprinted from page 1 of issue 480, March, 1994)
    Chairman Manning has implemented a number of changes
    in internal Board procedures in an effort to enhance the
    Board's efficiency in managing its docket. One change that
    will potentially affect those appearing before the Board is
    full implementation of a 1989 Board procedural rule that
    provides for a two-day cutoff on filings before a Board
    meeting.
    Section 101.181 of the Board's procedural rules states:
    "Unless the Board determines that undue delay or material
    prejudice will result, no document received by the Clerk
    after 4:30 p.m. two days before a scheduled Board meeting
    will be placed on the agenda for that Board meeting. Any
    such filing will appear on the agenda for the next regularly
    scheduled Board meeting." In the past, the Board had taken
    a liberal approach and routinely accepted documents filed on
    the Tuesdays before Thursday meetings. Since the Board's
    meetings begin at 10:30 a.m., this often left the Board with
    one day to distribute the necessary documents internally and
    deliberate on them.
    The Board will no longer routinely place items on its
    agenda unless the filing is received by the Board before 4:30
    p.m. fully two days before the meeting. For example, most
    filings received after 4:30 p.m. on Monday will not appear
    on the Thursday agenda for that week. The exceptions will
    be provisional variance recommendations filed by the
    Agency and those filings qualifying for the exemption
    provided within the rule.
    RESTRICTED STATUS AND CRITICAL REVIEW
    LISTS FOR PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES IN THIS
    ISSUE
    The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Division
    of Public Water Supplies, is publishing copies of the Divi-
    sion's Restricted Status and Critical Review lists at the end
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    reflect the status as of April 1, 1994.
    FINAL ACTIONS
    FINAL ACTIONS - March 3, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    - March 3, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    92-200
    Ron's Interstate Sunoco v. EPA - The Board
    affirmed the Agency's denial of
    reimbursement of costs for replacement of
    concrete as costs not related to corrective
    action in this underground storage tank
    reimbursement appeal involving a Champaign
    County facility.
    93-151
    Mobil Oil Corporation v. EPA - The Board
    granted this Will County facility a four-year
    variance, subject to conditions, from the
    ammonia nitrogen effluent standard of 35 Ill.
    Adm. Code 304.122(b).
    93-230
    Village of Hodgkins v. EPA - The Board
    granted a joint motion to dismiss this
    underground storage tank reimbursement
    appeal involving a Cook County facility.
    93-264
    Nu-Tecsys Corporation v. EPA - The Board
    accepted a stipulated settlement agreement,
    directed the Agency to reimburse the
    petitioner for certain agreed corrective action
    costs, and granted voluntary dismissal of this
    underground storage tank reimbursement
    determination appeal involving a Lake County
    facility.
    94-77
    Emro Marketing company v. EPA - Upon
    receipt of an Agency recommendation, the
    Board granted the petitioner a 37-day
    extension of previously-granted provisional
    variances, extending the deadline for
    compliance with the Stage II vapor recovery
    requirements for thirty Cook, DuPage, Will,
    Lake, and Kane County facilities.
    94-78
    Scott's Unocal 76, Inc. v. EPA - Upon receipt
    of an Agency recommendation, the
    Board granted the petitioner a 45-day
    extension of previously-granted provisional
    variances, extending the deadline for
    compliance with the Stage II vapor recovery
    requirements for a McHenry County facility.
    94-79
    Douglas Furniture Corporation v. EPA - Upon
    receipt of an Agency recommendation, the
    Board granted the petitioner a 45-day
    provisional variance from the requirements
    that it operate volatile organic material
    emissions control equipment in Cook County
    within the limits of its permit, as required by
    35 Ill. Adm. Code 201.141 and 201.149,
    during a period of equipment repairs.
    94-81
    Illinois Power Co. - Baldwin v. EPA - Upon
    receipt of an Agency recommendation, the
    Board granted the petitioner a 45-day
    provisional variance from the suspended solids
    (TSS) effluent requirements, as set forth in 35
    Ill. Adm. Code 304.120 and 304.141(a),
    during a period of ash pond dredging at a St.
    Clair and Randolph County facility.
    AC 94-3
    IEPA v. Randall G. Rowe - The Board
    granted voluntary dismissal of respondent
    Craig Linton and entered a default order
    finding that respondent Randall G. Rowe had
    violated Section 21(p)(1) of the Act at his
    LaSalle County facility and ordering him to
    pay a civil penalty of $500.00.
    R93-24
    In the Matter of: Amendments to the Rules
    for Clean Air Act Permit Appeals and
    Hearings Pursuant to Specific Rules, 35 Ill.
    Adm. Code Parts 105 and 106 -
    See Rule-
    making Update.
    NEW CASES
    NEW CASES - March 3, 1994 BOARD MEET
    - March 3, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    ING
    94-72
    Laidlaw Waste Systems (Madison), Inc. v.
    EPA - The Board ordered the filing of an
    amended petition in this land permit appeal
    involving a Madison County facility.
    94-73
    People of the State of Illinois K N I Corp. and
    Knomark, Inc. - Upon receipt of a proposed
    stipulation and settlement agreement and an
    agreed motion for relief from the hearing
    requirement, in this air enforcement action
    against a Kane County facility, the Board
    ordered publication of the required newspaper
    notice.
    94-74
    People of the State of Illinois v. Glen Fear-
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    Mix - The Board set this air enforcement
    action against a Cass County facility for
    hearing.
    94-75
    Jay Aguilar v. The City of Wood Dale - The
    Board held this citizen's water enforcement
    action against a DuPage County facility for a
    frivolous and duplicitious determination.
    94-76
    AKZO Chemicals, Inc. v. EPA - The Board
    held this petition for a variance involving a
    Grundy County facility, from certain of the
    water pollution control regulations, for an
    Agency Recommendation.
    94-77
    Emro Marketing company v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    94-78
    Scott's Unocal 76, Inc. v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    94-79
    Douglas Furniture Corporation v. EPA -
    See
    Final Actions.
    94-80
    Gunite Corp. v. EPA - The Board received an
    underground storage tank reimbursement
    determination appeal involving a Winnebago
    County facility.
    94-81
    Illinois Power Co. - Baldwin v. EPA -
    See
    Final Actions.
    AS 94-2
    In the Matter of: Petition of Solar Corpora-
    tion for an Adjusted Standard from 35 Ill.
    Adm. Code 218 Subpart PP - The Board
    ordered the filing of an amended petition in
    this adjusted standard proceeding for relief
    from the requirements of 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    218.Subpart PP, as they apply to volatile
    organic materials (VOM) emissions from a
    Lake County facility.
    AS 94-4
    In the Matter of: Petition of Chase Products
    Company for an Adjusted Standard from 35
    Ill. Adm. Code 218 Subpart DD - The Board
    ordered the filing of an amended petition in
    this adjusted standard proceeding for relief
    from the requirements of 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    218.Subpart DD as they apply to volatile
    organic materials (VOM) emissions from a
    Cook County can filling facility.
    AS 94-5
    In the Matter of: Petition of Abbott
    Laboratories for an Adjusted Standard from 35
    Ill. Adm. Code 218 Subpart RR - The Board
    ordered the filing of an amended petition in
    this adjusted standard proceeding for relief
    from the requirements of 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    218.Subpart RR as they apply to volatile
    organic materials (VOM) emissions from two
    Lake County pharmaceutical facilities.
    AS 94-6
    In the Matter of: Petition of Hydrosol, Inc.
    for an Adjusted Standard from 35 Ill. Adm.
    Code 218 Subpart DD - The Board ordered
    the filing of an amended petition for this
    adjusted standard for relief from the
    requirements of 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    218.686(a)(2)(B) as they apply to volatile
    organic materials (VOM) emissions from a
    Cook County aerosol can filling facility.
    FINAL ACTIONS
    FINAL ACTIONS - March 17, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    - March 17, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    89-184
    The Grigoleit Company v. EPA - In this
    matter on remand from the Fourth District
    Appellate Court for the purpose of assessing
    sanctions, on its own motion the Board
    consolidated these permit appeals involving a
    Macon County facility, ordered the Agency to
    pay $84,292.45 in attorneys' fees to Grigoleit,
    and closed the dockets. (Consolidated with
    PCB 92-33.)
    92-33
    The Grigoleit Company v. EPA -
    See PCB 89-
    184.
    92-61
    Ethyl Petroleum Additives, Inc. v. EPA - The
    Board granted voluntary dismissal of this air
    permit appeal involving a St. Clair County
    facility.
    92-196
    Safety-Kleen Corporation (Franklin Park
    Service Center) v. EPA - The Board granted
    voluntary dismissal of this RCRA permit
    appeal involving a Cook County facility.
    93-195
    City of Herrin v. EPA - The Board affirmed
    the Agency's denial of amendments to existing
    permits in this land permit appeal involving a
    Williamson County facility.
    94-52
    People of the State of Illinois v. Jays Foods,
    Inc. - The Board accepted a stipulation and
    settlement agreement in this air enforcement
    action against a Cook County facility, ordered

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    the respondent to pay a civil penalty of
    $11,000.00, and ordered the respondent to
    cease and desist from further violation. Board
    Member E. Dunham abstained. Board
    Member J. Theodore Meyer concurred.
    94-56
    People of the State of Illinois v. Land O'Frost,
    Inc. - The Board accepted a stipulation and
    settlement agreement in this air enforcement
    action against a Cook County facility, ordered
    the respondent to pay a civil penalty of
    $8,500.00, and ordered the respondent to
    cease and desist from further violation. Board
    Member J. Theodore Meyer concurred.
    94-59
    People of the State of Illinois v. Acme Barrel
    Company - The Board accepted a stipulation
    and settlement agreement in this air
    enforcement action against a Cook County
    facility, ordered the respondent to pay a civil
    penalty of $2,000.00, and ordered the
    respondent to cease and desist from further
    violation. Board Member J. Theodore Meyer
    concurred.
    94-87
    Marathon Oil Company v. EPA - Upon
    receipt of an Agency recommendation, the
    Board granted the petitioner a 16-day
    extension of previously-granted provisional
    variances, extending the deadline for
    compliance with the Stage II vapor recovery
    requirements for seven Cook, Kane, McHen-
    ry, and Will County facilities.
    94-88
    Amerock Corporation v. EPA - Upon receipt
    of an Agency recommendation, the Board
    granted the petitioner a 30-day provisional
    variance from the 90-day limitation on
    accumulation of hazardous wastes at its
    Winnebago County. Board Member M.
    McFawn abstained.
    94-89
    Danville Sanitary District v. EPA - Upon
    receipt of an Agency recommendation, the
    Board granted the petitioner a 45-day
    provisional variance from the biochemical
    oxygen (CBOD
    5
    ) demand and the suspended
    solids (TSS) effluent requirements, as set forth
    in 35 Ill. Adm. Code 304.120(c) and
    304.141(a), during a period of equipment
    repairs at its Vermilion County facility.
    94-90
    Illinois Power Company (Wood River Power
    Station) v. EPA - Upon receipt of an Agency
    recommendation, the Board granted the
    petitioner a 30-day provisional variance from
    the 90-day limitation on accumulation of
    hazardous wastes at its Madison County
    facility. Board Member M. McFawn
    abstained.
    94-91
    Central Illinois Public Service Company
    (Meredosia Power Station) v. EPA - Upon
    receipt of an Agency recommendation, the
    Board granted the petitioner a 45-day
    provisional variance from the water quality
    standard requirements for total residual
    chlorine, as set forth in 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    304.141(b) and 302.208(d), to allow the
    destruction of zebra mussels at the water
    intakes of its Morgan County facility.
    AC 93-46
    In the Matter of: County of Jackson v. Robert
    Waldron - The Board vacated its default order
    of November 18, 1993 and granted voluntary
    dismissal of this administrative citation against
    a Jackson County respondent.
    AC 93-60
    In the Matter of: Montgomery County v.
    Envotech-Illinois, Inc. - The Board granted a
    joint motion to dismiss this administrative
    citation filed against a Montgomery County
    facility.
    AC 94-4
    In the Matter of: DuPage County v. Waste
    Management of Illinois, Inc. - The Board
    issued a default order, finding that the
    respondent had violated Section 21(o)(5) of the
    Act at its DuPage County facility, and ordered
    the respondent to pay a civil penalty of
    $500.00.
    R93-16
    In the Matter of: RCRA Update, USEPA
    Regulations (January 1, 1993 through June 30,
    1993) -
    See Rulemaking Update.
    NEW CASES
    NEW CASES - March 17, 1994 BOARD MEET
    - March 17, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    ING
    94-75
    Jay Aguilar v. The City of Wood Dale - The
    Board ordered the filing of an amended
    complaint in this citizen's water enforcement
    action against a DuPage County facility.
    94-80
    Gunite Corp. v. EPA - The Board ordered the
    filing of an amended petition in this
    underground storage tank reimbursement

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    determination appeal involving a Winnebago
    County facility.
    94-82
    H.C.T.K. Inc. v. EPA - The Board ordered
    the filing of an amended petition in this
    underground storage tank reimbursement
    determination appeal involving a Marion
    County facility.
    94-83
    People of the State of Illinois v. George Ribble
    - The Board accepted a complaint for hearing
    in this land enforcement action against a
    Macoupin County facility.
    94-84
    People of the State of Illinois v. Winnebago
    Reclamation Service, Inc. and Wm. Lans
    Son's Co., Inc. - The Board accepted a
    complaint for hearing in this land enforcement
    action against a Winnebago County facility.
    94-85
    Nichols Aluminum v. EPA - The Board
    accepted this air permit appeal involving a
    Lake County facility for hearing.
    94-86
    Auburn, Divernon, Girard, Pawnee, Thayer,
    Virden Water Commission v. EPA - The
    Board held this public water supplies variance
    petition involving a Macoupin County facility
    for an Agency Recommendation.
    94-87
    Marathon Oil Company v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    94-88
    Amerock Corporation v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    94-89
    Danville Sanitary District v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    94-90
    Illinois Power Company (Wood River Power
    Station) v. EPA -
    See Final Actions.
    94-91
    Central Illinois Public Service Company
    (Meredosia Power Station) v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    AS 94-1
    In the Matter of: Petition of Illinois Wood
    Energy Partners, L.P. for an Adjusted
    Standard from 35 Ill. Adm. Code Part 807 or,
    in the Alternative, a Finding of Inapplicability
    - The Board accepted, for a hearing on limited
    jurisdictional issues, this petition for either an
    adjusted standard from the permit
    requirements applicable to solid waste disposal
    facilities or a declaration that the requirements
    do no apply to this proposed Cook County
    waste-to-energy facility.
    AS 94-3
    In the Matter of: Petition of Outboard Marine
    Corporation (OMC Waukegan Facility) for an
    Adjusted Standard from 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    Part 218 - The Board accepted this petition for
    an adjusted standard from the volatile organic
    material emissions limitations otherwise
    applicable to this Lake County facility for
    hearing.
    R94-1
    In the Matter of: Amendments to 35 Ill. Adm.
    Code 302.202, 302.208, 302.212, 302.213,
    302.407, 304.122 and 304.301 (Ammonia
    Nitrogen, Lead, and Mercury) -
    See
    Rulemaking Update.
    R94-2
    In the Matter of: Regulation of Petroleum
    Underground Storage Tanks, 35 Ill. Adm.
    Code 732 -
    See Rulemaking Update.
    FINAL ACTIONS
    FINAL ACTIONS - March 31, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    - March 31, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    92-112
    James River Paper Company, Inc. v. EPA -
    The Board granted voluntary dismissal of this
    air permit appeal involving a DuPage County
    facility.
    92-166
    Marathon Oil Company (Robinson Refinery)
    v. EPA - The Board remanded this matter to
    the Agency for reissuance of Marathon's
    NPDES permit issued to a Crawford County
    facility.
    93-29
    5566 Building Partnership and Box Form, Inc.
    - The Board granted voluntary dismissal of
    this underground storage tank reimbursement
    appeal involving a Cook County facility.
    93-225
    People of the State of Illinois v. Parkview
    Metal Products, Inc. - The Board accepted a
    stipulation and settlement agreement in this air
    enforcement action against a Cook County
    facility, ordered the respondent to pay a civil
    penalty of $5,000.00, and ordered the
    respondent to cease and desist from further
    violation. Board Member J. Theodore Meyer
    concurred.
    94-42
    Madison Group 90 v. Office of the Illinois
    State Fire Marshal - The Board accepted a

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    joint stipulation and motion to dismiss,
    directed the parties to effectuate their
    agreement, and closed this underground
    storage tank reimbursement appeal involving a
    Cook County facility.
    94-45
    Metropolitan Airport Authority of Rock Island
    County v. Office of the Illinois State Fire
    Marshal - The Board granted voluntary
    dismissal of this underground storage tank
    reimbursement appeal involving a Rock Island
    County facility.
    94-46
    Benet Academy v. Office of the Illinois State
    Fire Marshal - The Board granted voluntary
    dismissal of this underground storage tank
    reimbursement appeal involving a DuPage
    County facility.
    94-73
    People of the State of Illinois v. K N I
    Corporation and Knomark, Inc.- The Board
    accepted a stipulation and settlement
    agreement in this air enforcement action
    against a Kane County facility, ordered the
    respondent to pay a civil penalty of
    $10,000.00, and ordered the respondent to
    cease and desist from further violation. Board
    Member J. Theodore Meyer concurred.
    94-100
    State Oil Company v. EPA - Upon receipt of
    an Agency recommendation, the Board
    granted the petitioner a 16-day extension of
    previous provisional variances, extending the
    deadline for compliance with the Stage II
    vapor recovery requirements for a Cook
    County facility.
    94-101
    Mobile Oil Corporation v. EPA - Upon
    receipt of an Agency recommendation, the
    Board granted the petitioner a 16-day
    extension of the previous provisional variances
    extending the Stage II vapor recovery
    requirements for 74 of its Cook, DuPage,
    Lake, Kendall and Will County facilities.
    94-103
    Rend Lake Conservancy District v. EPA -
    Upon receipt of an Agency recommendation,
    the Board granted the petitioner a 45-day
    provisional variance from the biochemical
    oxygen demand (CBOD
    5
    ) and suspended solids
    (TSS) effluent requirements, as set forth in 35
    Ill. Adm. Code 304.120 and 304.141, for its
    Franklin County facility.
    94-104
    Commonwealth Edison (Dresden Generating
    Station) v. EPA - Upon receipt of an Agency
    recommendation, the Board granted the
    petitioner a 21-day provisional variance from
    the thermal discharge standards, as set forth in
    35 Ill. Adm. Code 302.211(d) and
    304.141(c), for its Grundy County facility.
    94-105
    City of Monmouth v. EPA - Upon receipt of
    an Agency recommendation, the Board
    granted the petitioner a 45-day provisional
    variance from the ammonia nitrogen (NH
    3
    ),
    biochemical oxygen demand (CBOD
    5
    ), the
    suspended solids (TSS) effluent requirements,
    as set forth in 35 Ill. Adm. Code 304.120(c),
    304.212, and 304.141(a), for its Warren
    County facility.
    AC 94-6
    Sangamon County v. D. Ray Smith - The
    Board entered a default order, finding the
    respondent had violated Section 21(p)(1) of the
    Act at its Sangamon County facility, and
    ordered the respondent to pay a civil penalty
    of $500.00.
    AC 94-7
    Williamson County Solid Waste Management
    v. Gerald Baltzell - The Board entered a
    default order, finding the respondent had
    violated Section 21(p)(3) of the Act at its
    Williamson County facility, and ordered the
    respondent to pay a civil penalty of $500.00.
    AC 94-9
    IEPA v. City of Jacksonville - The Board
    entered a default order, finding the respondent
    had violated Section 21(p)(1) of the Act at its
    Morgan County facility, and ordered the
    respondent to pay a civil penalty of $500.00.
    AC 94-10
    County of DuPage v. Waste Management of
    Illinois - The Board entered a default order,
    finding the respondent had violated Section
    21(o)(5) of the Act at its DuPage County
    facility, and ordered the respondent to pay a
    civil penalty of $500.00.
    R93-26
    In the Matter of: Amendments to the New
    Source Review Rules 35 Ill. Adm. Code 203 -
    See Rulemaking Update.
    R94-3
    In the Matter of: Exemptions From the
    Definition of VOM, USEPA Amendments
    (July 1 through December 31, 1993) -
    See
    Rulemaking Update.
    R94-8
    UST Update, USEPA Regulations (July 1
    through December 31, 1993) -
    See Rulemak-
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    NEW CASES
    NEW CASES - March 31, 1994 BOARD MEET
    - March 31, 1994 BOARD MEETING
    ING
    94-92
    USA Waste Services, Inc. (Countryside
    Landfill) v. EPA - The Board ordered the
    filing of an amended petition in this land
    variance proceeding involving a Lake County
    facility.
    94-93
    White Cap, Inc. v. EPA - The Board
    accepted this air variance proceeding involving
    a Cook County facility for hearing.
    94-94
    People of the State of Illinois v. The Milnot
    Company - Upon receipt of a proposed
    stipulation and settlement agreement in this
    EPCRA enforcement action against a
    Montgomery County facility, the Board
    ordered publication of the required newspaper
    notice.
    94-95
    City of Staunton v. EPA - The Board held this
    public water supplies variance proceeding
    involving a Macoupin County facility for an
    Agency Recommendation.
    94-96
    People of the State of Illinois v. MII, Inc. -
    Upon receipt of a proposed stipulation and
    settlement agreement in this air enforcement
    action against a Logan County facility, the
    Board ordered publication of the required
    newspaper notice.
    94-97
    Safety-Kleen Corporation (Urbana Service
    Center) v. EPA - The Board accepted this
    RCRA permit appeal involving a Champaign
    County facility for hearing.
    94-98
    Beardstown Area Citizens For a Better
    Environment v. City of Beardstown and
    Southwest Energy Corporation - The Board
    accepted this third party regional pollution
    control facility local siting approval appeal
    involving a proposed Cass County municipal
    solid waste incinerator for hearing.
    94-99
    Village of Mapleton v. EPA - The Board held
    this public water supplies variance proceeding
    involving a Peoria County facility for an
    Agency Recommendation.
    94-100
    State Oil Company v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    94-101
    Mobile Oil Corporation v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    94-102
    People of the State of Illinois v. APV
    Rockford, Inc. - Upon receipt of a proposed
    stipulation and settlement agreement in this
    land enforcement action against a Winnebago
    County facility, the Board ordered publication
    of the required newspaper notice.
    94-103
    Rend Lake Conservancy District v. EPA -
    See
    Final Actions.
    94-104
    Commonwealth Edison (Dresden Generating
    Station) v. EPA -
    See Final Actions.
    94-105
    City of Monmouth v. EPA -
    See Final
    Actions.
    AS 94-7
    In the Matter of: Petition of Rhone-Poulenc
    Basic Chemicals Company, Thorn Creek
    Basin Sanitary District for an Adjusted
    Standard from 35 Ill. Adm. Code 302.201 and
    304.105 - The Board accepted this petition for
    an adjusted standard for total dissolved solids
    and sulfate discharges from a proposed Cook
    County facility.
    R94-3
    In the Matter of: Exemptions From the
    Definition of VOM, USEPA Amendments
    (July 1, 1993 through December 31, 1993) -
    See Final Actions.
    R94-4
    SDWA Update, USEPA Regulations (July 1,
    1993 through December 31, 1993 -
    See Rule-
    making Update.
    R94-5
    UIC Update, USEPA Regulations (July 1,
    1993 through December 31,1 993) -
    See
    Rulemaking Update.
    R94-6
    RCRA Subtitle D Update, USEPA
    Regulations (July 1, 1993 through December
    31, 1993) -
    See Rulemaking Update.
    R94-7
    RCRA Subtitle C Update, USEPA Regulations
    (July 1, 1993 through December 31, 1993) -
    See Rulemaking Update.
    R94-8
    UST Update, USEPA Regulations (July 1,
    1993 through December 31, 1993) -
    See Final
    Actions.
    R94-9
    Contingency Plan Update (CERCLA),
    USEPA Regulations (July 1, 1993 through
    December 31, 1993) -
    See Rulemaking
    Update.

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    R94-10
    Pretreatment Update (NPDES) USEPA
    Regulations (July 1, 1993 through December
    31, 1993) -
    See Rulemaking Update.

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    CALENDAR OF HEARINGS
    CALENDAR OF HEARINGS
    All hearings held by the Board are open to the public. All Pollution Control Board Meetings (highlighted) are open to the
    public but public participation is generally not allowed. Times and locations are subject to cancellation and rescheduling
    without notice. Confirmation of hearing dates and times is available from the Clerk of the Board at 312- 814-6931.
    April 5
    10:30 a.m.
    PCB 94-60
    A-V
    Mobil Oil Corporation v. EPA - James R. Thompson Center, Suite 11-500, 100 West
    Randolph Street, Chicago.
    April 6
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 94-44
    L-S-R, 3d P
    Concerned Citizens for a Better Environment v. City of Havana and Southwest Energy
    Corporation - Mason County Courthouse, Courtroom #1, 100 North Broadway,
    Havana.
    April 8
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 94-55
    UST-FRD
    Myrtle Landwehrmeier v. EPA - Granite City Hall, Mayor's Conference Room, 2nd
    Floor, 2000 Edison Avenue, Granite City.
    April 12
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-122
    UST-FRD
    EMRO Marketing Company v. EPA - College of Lake County, Room B 205, 19351
    West Washington, Grayslake.
    April 12
    9:00 a.m.
    PCB 94-1
    L-E
    People of the State of Illinois v. Robert D. Fosnock, d/b/a Fos Auto & Truck Parts -
    Gillespie Municipal Building, City Council Chamber, 115 North Macoupin, Gillespie.
    April 15
    9:30 a.m.
    R 93-29
    R, Land
    In the Matter of: Regulation of Landscape Waste Compost Facilities, 35 Ill. Adm.
    Code 830-832 - James R. Thompson Center, Room 9-040, 100 West Randolph Street,
    Chicago.
    April 19
    10:30 a.m.
    PCB 93-248
    L-E
    People of the State of Illinois v. John Prior and Industrial Salvage, Inc. - Centralia City
    Hall, Council Chambers, 222 South Poplar Street, Centralia.
    April 19
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-261
    L-E
    People of the State of Illinois v. Midwest Refinishing, Inc. and Kenneth Ruff - Social
    Science Research Institute, Conference Room, 148 North Third Street, DeKalb.
    April 21
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    April 21
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 94-38
    UST-FRD
    Park District of Highland Park (Central Park Facility) v. Office of the Illinois State
    Fire Marshal - Lake County Courthouse, County Board Assembly Room, 10th Floor,
    18 North County Street, Waukegan.
    April 22
    10:00 a.m.
    R 93-29
    R, Land
    In the Matter of: Regulation of Landscape Waste Compost Facilities, 35 Ill. Adm.
    Code 830-832 - Municipal Building, Third Floor, Council Chambers, Seventh and
    Monroe Streets, Springfield.
    April 26
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 94-51
    L-S-R, 3d P
    Rodney Nelson, III, M.D. v. Kane County, and Illinois Municipal Corporation, Kane
    County Board as the Local Siting Authority, and Waste Management of Illinois, Inc.,
    as Applicant - City of Geneva, City Hall, Council Chambers, 22 South First Street,
    Geneva. (Consolidated with PCB 94-58.)
    April 26
    R 93-13
    In the Matter of: Petition of General Motors Corporation to Amend 35 Ill. Adm. Code

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    R, Water
    303.322 (Site-Specific Regulation for Fluoride) - Danville City Hall, Council
    Chambers, 402 North Hazel Street, Danville.
    April 27
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-145
    A-E
    People of the State of Illinois v. Monarch Asphalt Company - James R. Thompson
    Center, Suite 11-500, 100 West Randolph Street, Chicago.
    April 27
    10:00 a.m.
    R 94-2
    R, Land
    In the Matter of Petroleum Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    732 - County Board Chambers, 200 South Ninth Street, 2nd Floor, Springfield.
    April 28
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-145
    A-E
    People of the State of Illinois v. Monarch Asphalt Company - James R. Thompson
    Center, Suite 11-500, 100 West Randolph Street, Chicago.
    April 28
    10:00 a.m.
    R 94-2
    R, Land
    In the Matter of Petroleum Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    732 - County Board Chambers, 200 South Ninth Street, 2nd Floor, Springfield.
    April 29
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 94-25
    WWSE
    Shell Oil Company v. County of DuPage and EPA - DuPage County Courthouse,
    Court Room 2001, 505 North County Farm Road, Wheaton.
    May 5
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    May 5
    10:00 a.m.
    AS 93-8
    A-S, Water
    In the Matter of: Petition of AKZO Chemicals Inc. for an Adjusted Standard from 35
    Ill. Adm. Code 302.208 and 304.105 (TDS, chlorides, sulfates, and boron) - Grundy
    County Administrative Center, Board Room, 1320 Union Street, Morris.
    May 5
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-128
    P-A, RCRA
    National Coatings, Inc. v. EPA - Knox County Courthouse, Conference Room, 200
    South Cherry Street, Glaesburg.
    May 10
    10:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-111
    UST-FRD
    Bocker Chevrolet Company v. EPA - Freeport City Hall, Council Chambers, 230
    West Stephenson Street, Freeport.
    May 11
    9:30 a.m.
    AS 94-1
    Land
    In the Matter of Petition of Illinois Wood Energy Partners, L.P. for an Adjusted
    Standard from 35 Ill. Adm. Code 807 or, in the Alternative, a Finding of
    Inapplicability - Chicago Heights Public Library, Large Conference Room, Lower
    Level, 15th Street & Chicago Road, Chicago Heights.
    May 19
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    May 23
    10:00 a.m.
    R 94-2
    R, Land
    In the Matter of Petroleum Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    732 - James R. Thompson Center, Suite 9-040, 100 West Randolph Street, Chicago.
    May 24
    10:00 a.m.
    R 94-2
    R, Land
    In the Matter of Petroleum Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, 35 Ill. Adm. Code
    732 - James R. Thompson Center, Suite 9-040, 100 West Randolph Street, Chicago.
    May 25
    1:00 p.m.
    PCB 93-255
    UST-FRD
    Lindsay-Klein Chevrolet-Olds, Inc., d/b/a Chuck Lindsay Chevrolet-Olds, Inc. v.
    Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshal - Whiteside County Sheriff's Department, Law
    Enforcement Center, 400 North Cherry Street, Morrison.

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    9:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-192
    A-E, Citizens
    The Decatur Auto Auction, Inc. v. Macon County Farm Bureau, Inc., The Macon
    County Fair Association, and the Macon County Horsemen's Association - Macon
    County Building, Boardroom 504, 253 East Wood Street, Decatur.
    June 2
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    June 7
    9:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-250
    A-E
    People of the State of Illinois v. Clark Oil & Refining Corporation (Wood River
    Refinery) - Alton City Hall, Council Chambers, 101 East Third Street, Alton.
    June 9
    9:00 a.m.
    PCB 93-250
    A-E
    People of the State of Illinois v. Clark Oil & Refining Corporation (Blue Island
    Refinery) - Meadows Golf Club of Blue Island, 2802 West 123d Street, Blue Island.
    June 23
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    July 21
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    August 11
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    September 1
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    Spetember 15
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    October 6
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    October 20
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    November 3
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    December 1
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    December 15
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    January 12
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    February 16
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago

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    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    April 20
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    May 18
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    June 15
    10:30 a.m.
    Pollution Control Board Meeting, James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph
    St., Conference Room 9-040, Chicago
    Calendar Code
    3d P
    Third Party Action
    A-CAdministrative Citation
    A-E
    Air Enforcement
    A-SAdjusted Standard
    A-V
    Air Variance
    CSOCombined Sewer Overflow Exception
    GW
    Groundwater
    L-ELand Enforcement
    L-S-R
    Landfill Siting Review
    L-VLand Variance
    N-E
    Noise Enforcement
    N-VNoise Variance
    P-A
    Permit Appeal
    PWS-EPublic Water Supply Enforcement
    PWS-V
    Public Water Supply Variance
    RRegulatory Proceeding
    S0
    2
    S0
    2
    Alternative Standards (35 ILL. ADM.
    CODE 302.211(f))
    SWH-ESpecial Waste Hauling Enforcement
    SWH-V
    Special Waste Hauling Variance
    TThermal Demonstration Rule
    T-C
    Tax Certifications
    T-STrade Secrets
    UST-E
    Underground Storage Tank Enforcement
    UST-FRDUnderground Storage Tank Fund Reimbursement
    Determination
    W-E
    Water Enforcement
    W-VWater Variance
    WWS
    Water-Well Setback Exception

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    Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
    Division of Public Water Supplies
    Restricted Status List -- Public Water Supplies
    The Restricted Status List was developed to give additional notification to officials of public water
    supplies which are in violation of 35 Ill. Adm. Code, Subtitle F: Public Water Supplies, Chapter I or the
    Illinois Environmental Protection Act.
    The Restricted Status List will include all Public Water Supplies for which the Agency has information
    indicating a violation of any of the following requirements: Finished water quality requirements of 35
    Ill. Adm. Code, Part 604, Subparts B and C; maintenance of adequate pressure on all parts of the
    distribution system under all conditions of demand; meeting raw water quantity requirements of 35 Ill. Adm.
    Code 604.502; or maintenance of treatment facilities capable of providing water "assuredly adequate in
    quantity" as required by Section 18 of the Illinois Environmental Protection Act.
    A public water supply on the Restricted Status List will not be issued permits for water main extensions,
    except for certain limited situations, or unless the supply has been granted a variance from the Illinois
    Pollution Control Board for the violation, or from permit issuance requirements of Section 39 of the Act.
    This list is continually being revised as new information becomes available, and therefore, specific
    inquiries as to the status of any public water supply should be directed to the Division of Public Water
    Supplies for final determination. This list reflects the status as of April 1, 1994.
    *
    Indicates public water supplies which have been added to the list since the previous publication.
    **
    Indicates actions are being taken by officials to bring the public water
    supply into compliance.
    Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
    Division of Public Water Supplies
    Restricted Status List -- Public Water Supplies
    April, 1994
    POP.
    LISTING
    NAME OF PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY/COUNTY/FACILITY NO.
    RGN
    NATURE OF PROBLEM
    SERVED
    DATE
    Alexander Co. - McClure-East Cape PWD (0035050)
    7
    Inadequate Dist. System
    1,225
    12/13/85
    Storage
    Arenzville (Cass Co. - 0170050)
    5
    Nitrate
    400
    03/20/81
    Ashley (Washington Co. - 1890100)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    825
    06/15/92
    Auburn (Sangamon Co. - 1670050)
    5
    Atrazine
    3,724
    12/15/93
    Bellwood (Cook Co. - 0310150)
    2
    Radium
    20,000
    12/14/90
    Biggsville (Henderson Co.
    - 0710050)
    5
    Radium & Radiological
    400
    03/17/86
    Bond Co. - Royal Lake Wtr Dstrct (0055100)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    228
    06/15/92
    Bradford (Stark Co. - 1750050)
    1
    Radium
    920
    03/17/86
    Brownstown ( Fayette Co. - 0510100)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    820
    06/15/92
    Buckingham (Kankakee Co.
    - 0910250)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    330
    03/17/89
    Buda (Bureau Co. - 0110100)
    1
    Radium
    700
    06/15/93
    Bureau Co. - Bailey Sbdv (0115100)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    43
    01/13/82
    Bush (Williamson Co. - 1990050)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    403
    06/15/93
    Byron (Ogle Co. - 1410100)
    1
    Radium
    2,500
    06/15/93
    Campus (Livingston Co. - 1050050)
    4
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    230
    03/20/81
    **
    Carroll Co. - Carroll Hts Utl Cmpny (0155200)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    80
    03/20/81
    Carroll Co. - Century Pines Apts (0150020)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    50
    12/14/90
    Cedar Point Wtr Cmpny (LaSalle Co. - 0995040)
    1
    Radium
    800
    03/17/86
    Champaign Co. - D&R Apts (0190030)
    4
    Inadequate Pres Tank
    26
    09/16/93
    Chandlerville (Cass Co. - 0170200)
    5
    Nitrate
    7,800
    03/17/86
    Coalton (Montgomery Co. - 1350100)
    5
    Low System Pressure
    325
    03/20/81
    Coffeen (Montgomery Co. - 1350150)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    800
    03/17/92
    Concord (Morgan Co. - 1370100)
    5
    Nitrate
    240
    03/17/86
    Cook Co. - Mission Brook Sndst (0315920)
    2
    Radium
    3,200
    03/14/91
    Cook Co. - Orland Hills Sbdv (0317000)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    154
    08/31/81
    Cook Co. - Plum Creek Condos (0317080)
    2
    Radium
    570
    03/17/86
    Coulterville (Randolph Co.
    - 1570150)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    1,100
    06/15/92
    Creal Springs (Williamson Co.
    - 1990300)
    7
    Inadequate Treatment
    1,020
    09/15/89
    Plant & Source
    Crystal Clear Wtr Cmpny (McHenry Co. - 1115150)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    900
    09/16/88
    Dallas City ( Hancock Co. - 0674300)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    1,500
    06/15/92
    DeKalb Co. - Buck Lake Ests Sbdv (0375100)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    200
    09/14/84
    DeKalb Co. - DeKalb Univ Dvl Corp (0375148)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    950
    12/16/92
    DeWitt Co. - DeWitt Cnty Nursing Home (0395129)
    4
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    80
    06/17/83
    Diamond ( Grundy Co. - 0630250)
    2
    Radium & Radiological
    1,170
    08/21/81
    Divernon (Sangamon Co. - 1670450)
    5
    Atrazine
    1,192
    12/15/93
    Dover (Bureau Co. - 0110350)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    200
    05/25/81
     
    DuPage Co. - Belmont- Highwood PWD (0435180)
    2
    Trichloroethylene
    498
    09/16/93
    DuPage Co. - Clarendon Wtr Cmpny (0435300)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    1,953
    03/20/81
    DuPage Co. - Ctzns Lombard Heights Dvn (0435700)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    980
    12/17/82
    DuPage Co. - Liberty Park Homeowners Assn (0435600)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    1,092
    09/17/92
    DuPage Co. - Maple Hill Imprv Assn (0435800)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    234
    08/31/81
    *
    DuPage Co. - Metro Util.-Liberty Ridge (0435650)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    2,510
    03/15/94
    DuPage Co. - Northside Peterson Wlfnd (0435866)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    30
    12/15/89
    DuPage Co. - Northwest Belmont Imprv Assn (0435900)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    115
    09/29/81
    DuPage Co. - Pleasant Hill Cmnty Assn (0435980)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    180
    03/17/89
    DuPage Co. - Polo Drive & Saddle Rd
    Sbdv (0437000)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    95
    12/17/82
    DuPage Co. - St Charles Cmsn Wlfnd 3 (0437040)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    30
    12/15/89
    DuPage Co. - South Burdette Wtr (0437320)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    30
    06/16/89
    DuPage Co. - York Center Coop (0437550)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    240
    06/15/88
    Elmwood (Peoria Co. - 1430300)
    5
    Radiological & Radium
    2,117
    03/17/86

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    Fairview (Fulton Co. - 0570450)
    5
    Radiological, Radium &
    20
    03/20/81
    Inadequate Pressure Tank
    Fulton Co. - Dunfermline -St David Wtr Cmsn (0575150)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    850
    03/15/93
    Gillespie ( Macoupin Co. - 1170400)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    7,221
    06/15/92
    Girard (Macoupin Co. - 1170450)
    5
    Atrazine
    2,264
    12/15/93
    Goreville (Johnson Co. - 0870200)
    7
    Inadequate Treatment
    978
    09/15/89
    Plant & Source
    Greene Co. - Mt. Gilead Shcrhm (0615129)
    6
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    28
    09/16/83
    *
    Greenville - (Bond Co. - 0050050)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    6,610
    03/15/94
    Grundy Co. - Heatherfield Sbdv (0635150)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    91
    09/17/82
    Grundy Co. - Lisbon North Inc (0631000)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    30
    09/14/90
    Grundy Co. - Ridgecrest North Sbdv (0635250)
    2
    Inadequate Pres Tank
    85
    09/16/93
    Henry (Marshall Co. - 1230050)
    1
    Nitrate
    2,740
    06/15/90
    Henry Co. - Country Ests Sbdv (0735050)
    1
    Nitrate
    250
    06/15/90
    Henry Co. - Daytons Valley View Well 1 (0735186)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    09/17/82
    Henry Co. - Hazelwood 1st Addn Well 2 (0735446)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    09/17/82
    Henry Co. - Hazelwood 2nd Addn Well 1 (0735646)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    09/17/82
    Henry Co. - Hazelwood 2nd Addn Well 2 (0735666)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    09/17/82
    Henry Co. - Hazelwood 2nd Addn Well 3 (0735686)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    09/17/82
    Henry Co. - Hazelwood West Sbdv (0735250)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    89
    03/19/84
    Henry Co. - Lake Lynwood Wtr Sys (0735330)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    98
    08/31/81
    Henry Co. - Ophiem PWS (0735150)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    150
    06/18/82
    Henry Co. - Osco Mutual Wtr Supply Cpy Inc (0735200)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    115
    12/15/89
    Henry Co. - Pine Ridge Utl Inc (0735400)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    46
    09/29/81
    *
    Hettick ( Macoupin Co. - 0435866)
    5
    Atrazine
    260
    03/15/94
    Hurst - (Williamson Co. 1990450)
    7
    Trihalomethane
    873
    03/15/93
    Iroquois Co. - A Merkle-C Kniprath Home (0755389)
    4
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    98
    03/16/90
    Iroquois Co. - Spring Creek Campground II Inc. (0750030)
    4
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    --
    12/16/91
    Island Lake Wtr Cmpny (Lake Co. - 0975080)
    2
    Iron
    2,250
    06/15/90
    JoDaviess Co. - Bahl Wtr/Pioneer Acres (0855200)
    1
    Inad. Pres. Storage
    700
    12/15/93
    Johnson Co. - Burnside PWD (0875050)
    7
    Inadequate Treatment
    1,642
    09/15/89
    Plant & Source & TTHM
    Kane Co. - Broadview Academy (0895149)
    2
    Radium
    304
    09/19/86
    Kane Co. - Highland Sbdv (0895530)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    50
    09/16/83
    *
    Kane Co. - Melrose Rental Apts (0895228)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    38
    03/15/94
    Kane Co. - Moecherville Sbdv (0895300)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    1,120
    03/20/81
    Kane Co. - Park View Wtr Corp (0895500)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    150
    12/17/82
    Kane Co. - Pleasant Village (0895228)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    N/A
    06/18/82
    Kane Co. - Silver Glen Ests (0890040)
    2
    Radium
    10
    06/15/93
    Kane Co. - St Charles Skyline Swr-Wtr Cpy (0895030)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    1,300
    09/19/86
    Kane Co. - Wermes Sbdv (0895750)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    150
    12/16/88
    Kangley (LaSalle Co. - 0990250)
    1
    Radium
    200
    03/17/86
    Kankakee Co. - Good Shepherd Manor (0915189)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    140
    03/17/89
    *
    Kankakee Co. - Olivet Nazarene College (0915279)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    1,450
    03/15/94
    Kankakee Co. - Skyview Sbdv (0915526)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    65
    09/14/84
    Kendall Co. - Bonnie Lane
    Wtr (0930010)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    49
    09/16/93
    Kendall Co. - Farm Colony (0935140)
    2
    Radium
    25
    03/17/86
    Kendall Co. - Fox Lawn Utl Cmpny (0935150)
    2
    Radium
    240
    03/17/86
    Kendall Co. - Metro Utl Valley Dvn (0935100)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    2,200
    03/16/90
    Kingston Mines (Peoria Co.
    - 1430450)
    5
    Radium
    350
    03/17/86
    Kinmundy (Marion Co. - 1210300)
    6
    Atrazine
    1,923
    12/15/93
    Kinsman ( Grundy Co. - 0630450)
    2
    Radium
    150
    03/17/86
    Kirkwood (Warren Co. - 1870050)
    5
    Radium & Radiological
    1,008
    07/23/93
    Ladd (Bureau Co. - 0110450)
    1
    Radium
    1,350
    10/04/85
    Lake Co. - Acorn Acres Sbdv (0975020)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    250
    12/16/83
    Lake Co. - Blan Mar Hills Homeowners
    Assn (0970090)
    2
    Radium
    18
    12/16/91
    Lake Co. - Bluff Lake Lodges,
    Inc (0970240)
    2
    Inad. Pres. Storage
    25,200
    12/15/93
    Lake Co. - Briarcrest Sbdv Hmownrs Assn (0971060)
    2
    Radium & Gross Alpha
    120
    12/16/92
    Lake Co. - D L Well Owners Assn (0975380)
    2
    Inadequate P res. Tank
    125
    03/18/83
    Lake Co. - Echo Lake Block IV Water
    Assn (0970130)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    50
    06/15/88
    Lake Co. - Echo Lake Wtr Sys Block 7 (0975820)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    48
    09/16/83
    Lake Co. - Elm Oak Mutual Wtr Sys (0975736)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    45
    06/13/86
    & Radium
    Lake Co. - Forest Lake Addn (0975500)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    180
    12/16/83
    Lake Co. - Glenkirk Campus North (0977189)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    64
    06/15/88
    Lake Co. - Glenkirk Campus South (0977199)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    36
    06/15/88
    Lake Co. - Glenstone Sbdv (0970160)
    2
    Radium
    168
    09/17/92
    Lake Co. - Highland Lake Sbdv (0975750)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    294
    03/20/81
    Lake Co. - Lakewood Wtr Sys (0975400)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    49
    12/16/83
    Lake Co. - Maple Hill Nursing Ctr (0971090)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    204
    06/15/93
    Lake Co. - Pekara Sbdv (0975900)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    2,173
    05/25/81
    Lake Co. - Sturm Sbdv (0977010)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    63
    03/16/84
    Lake Co. - Summit Homeowners Assn (0975280)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    48
    03/16/84
    Lake Co. - Sylvan Lake 1st Sbdv (0977100)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    210
    06/14/91
    Lake Co. - Towner Sbdv (0977250)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    238
    01/14/82
    Lake Co. - Wadsworth Oaks Sbdv (0977320)
    2
    Radium
    80
    09/19/86
    Lake Co. - West Shoreland Sbdv (0977050)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    220
    06/14/91
    LaSalle Co. - Four Lakes Sbdv (0995110)
    1
    Radium
    35
    09/19/86
    LaSalle Co. - Il Prairie Est Sbdv (0995300)
    1
    Radium
    45
    06/15/88
    LaSalle Co. - Lynnwood Water Corp (0995336)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    114
    03/18/83
    LaSalle Co. - Woodsmoke Ranch Assn (0990030)
    1
    Inadeq. Pres. Tank & Radium
    350 06/15/90
    Little York (Warren Co. - 1870100)
    5
    Radium
    356
    12/16/91
    Livingston Co. - Salem Childrens Hm (1055229)
    4
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    66
    03/18/83
    Logan Co. - Bartmann Health Care Center (1075169)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    93
    12/16/83

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    London Mills - (Fulton County - 0574620)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    670
    12/14/84
    Lostant (LaSalle Co. - 0990450)
    1
    Radium & Radiological
    550
    03/17/86
    Macoupin Co. - ADGPTV (1175200)
    5
    Atrazine
    16,437
    12/15/93
    Macoupin Co. - Palmyra-Modesto Wtr Assn (1175150)
    5
    Atrazine
    1,140
    06/15/93
    Macoupin Co. - RR 1 - Il Wtr Assn (1175260)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    81
    06/15/92
    Macoupin Co. - Scottville Rural Wtr (1170010)
    5
    Atrazine
    510
    12/15/93
    Macoupin Co. - Staunton Res Rd Wtr Coop (1175250)
    5
    Total Trihalomethane
    60
    03/15/93
    Mapleton (Peoria Co. - 1430500)
    5
    Radium
    235
    03/17/86
    Marshall Co. - Hopewell Wtr Wks (1235150)
    1
    Radium & Radiological
    350
    03/17/86
    McDonough Co. - Emmett Utl Inc (1095200)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    39
    12/17/82
    McHenry Co. - C & A Wtr Corp (1115270)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    33
    06/18/82
    McHenry Co. - Community Srvc Corp (1115350)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    750
    09/16/83
    McHenry Co. - Deering Oaks Sbdv (1115200)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    60
    12/17/82
    McHenry Co. - Prairie Ridge Assn (1115730)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    140
    03/16/90
    McHenry Co. - Walk-Up-Woods Wtr Cmpny (1115800)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    763
    12/17/82
    McLean Co. - Cropsey Cmnty Wtr (1135150)
    4
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    60
    03/20/81
    McLean Co. - Hunters Knoll
    Sbdv (1130030)
    4
    1,2-Dichloropropane
    25
    12/15/93
    Media (Henderson Co. - 0710250)
    5
    Nitrate
    150
    03/17/86
    Mercer Co. - M C L W Sys Inc (1315150)
    1
    Inadequate Source
    100
    03/20/81
    Mercer Co. - Swedona Wtr Assn (1315200)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    100
    06/15/90
    Modesto ( Macoupin Co. - 1170600)
    5
    Atrazine
    240
    12/15/93
    Monmouth (Warren Co. - 1870150)
    5
    Radium
    9,500
    12/15/93
    Monroe Co. - Maple Leaf Ests Wtr Corp (1335100)
    6
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    39
    03/20/81
    Mount Clare (Macoupin Co. - 1170650)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    858
    03/17/92
    Naplate (LaSalle Co. - 0990600)
    1
    Radium
    581
    03/17/86
    Neponset (Bureau Co - 0110700)
    1
    Radium
    640
    09/14/90
    New Boston (Mercer Co. - 1310250)
    1
    Nitrate
    750
    12/14/84
    Nilwood ( Macoupin Co. - 1170750)
    5
    Atrazine
    1,063
    12/15/93
    Odell (Livingston Co. - 1050550)
    4
    Radium
    1,100
    03/17/86
    Ogle Co. - Lindenwood Wtr Assn (1415300)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    50
    01/13/82
    Palmyra ( Macoupin Co. - 1170800)
    5
    Atrazine
    850
    12/15/93
    Patoka (Marion Co. - 1210400)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    820
    12/16/92
    Pawnee (Sangamon Co. - 1670850)
    5
    Atrazine
    2,672
    12/15/93
    Peoria Co. - Brookview Sbdv (1435100)
    5
    Nitrate
    300
    09/16/93
    Peoria Co. - Edelstein Wtr Coop (1435150)
    5
    Radium & Radiological
    115
    06/13/86
    Peoria Co. - Fahnstock Court Sbdv (1435200)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    30
    05/25/81
    Peoria Co. - Galena Knolls Sbdv (1435300)
    5
    Nitrate
    180
    06/15/88
    Peoria Co. - Trivoli PWD (1435510)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    350
    06/17/83
    Peoria Co. - Woodland Hts Ests Sbdv (1435760)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    245
    03/20/81
    Prairie City (McDonough Co.
    - 1090400)
    5
    Radiological & Radium
    620
    03/17/86
    Ransom (LaSalle Co. - 0990900)
    1
    Radium
    450
    03/17/86
    Raritan (Henderson Co. - 0710350)
    5
    Radium & Radiological
    177
    03/17/86
    Reddick (Kankakee Co. - 0914780)
    2
    Radium
    208
    09/16/93
    Richview (Washington Co.
    - 1890500)
    6
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    592
    09/19/86
    Rockdale (Will Co. - 1970850)
    2
    Radium
    1,500
    03/17/86
    Rock Island Co. - Byron Hls Sbdv Well 6 (1617266)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    12/17/82
    Rock Island Co. - Country Club Mnr Well 1 (1617286)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    01/14/82
    Rock Island Co. - Croppers 2nd & 3rd Addn (1615200)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    29
    12/16/83
    Rock Island Co. - Eberts 2nd Addn (1615280)
    1
    Inadequate Pressure Tank
    35
    09/15/89
    Rock Island Co. - Evergreen Vlg Sbdv (1615310)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    250
    03/20/81
    Rock Island Co. - Fairacres Assn (1615350)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    220
    03/20/81
    Rock Island Co. - Larson Court Rentals (1615728)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    48
    01/14/82
    Rock Island Co. - Lemon Street Well Cmpny (1615550)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    470
    03/20/81
    Rock Island Co. - Park Hill Ests Well 1 (1617806)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    06/18/82
    Rock Island Co. - Park Hill Ests Well 2 (1617686)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    06/18/82
    Rock Island Co. - Rock Island Arsn (1615387)
    1
    Trihalomethane
    9,000
    06/15/92
    Rock Island Co. - Silvis Heights Wtr Corp (1615750)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    1,680
    03/20/82
    Rock Island Co. - Suburban Heights Sbdv (1615800)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    114
    12/16/83
    Rock Island Co. - Tindalls Addn Wtr Sys (1617956)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    06/18/82
    Rock Island Co. - Tindalls 3rd & 6th Addns (1617376)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    28
    06/18/82
    Rock Island Co. - Turkey Hollow Well Corp (1615686)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    32
    06/18/82
    Rock Island Co. - WSCO Dvl-Ridgewood (1615670)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    475
    03/20/81
    Roseville (Warren Co. - 1870200)
    5
    Nitrate
    1,254
    03/17/89
    Rosiclare ( Hardin Co. - 0690150)
    7
    Trihalomethane
    1,791
    09/17/92
    *
    Shannon (Carroll Co. - 0150300)
    1
    Nitrate
    887
    03/15/94
    Smithboro (Bond Co. - 0050250)
    6
    Total Trihalomethane
    201
    12/15/93
    Sorento (Bond Co. - 0050300)
    6
    Atrazine
    710
    06/15/92
    South Pekin (Tazewell Co. - 1790650)
    5
    Nitrate
    1,400
    06/15/93
    South Wilmington ( Grundy Co. - 0630650)
    2
    Radium
    750
    03/15/93
    Spring Valley (Bureau Co.
    - 0111000)
    1
    Radium
    5,850
    09/17/92
    St. Clair Co. - Save Site (1635289)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    375
    06/15/92
    St. Elmo (Fayette Co. - 0510250)
    6
    Total Trihalomethane
    3,053
    12/15/93
    St. Peter ( Fayette Co. - 0510300)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    807
    06/15/92
    Standard ( Putnam Co. -1550300)
    1
    Radium
    280
    09/16/91
    Staunton ( Macoupin Co. - 1171050)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    5,180
    06/15/92
    Steeleville (Randolph Co.
    - 1570650)
    6
    Radium
    2,305
    03/17/86
    Stephenson Co. - Park Crest Wtr Cmpny (1775100)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    1,200
    09/14/84
    Table Grove (Fulton Co. - 0570900)
    5
    Radium & Radiological
    500
    03/20/81
    Taylor Springs (Montgomery Co.
    - 1350650)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    671
    03/17/92
    Tazewell Co. - Beverly Mnr Cntrl Imp Assn (1795120)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    525
    03/17/89
    Tazewell Co. - Beverly Mnr-Grant (1795100)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    610
    03/20/81
    Tazewell Co. - Breezeway Sbdv (1795150)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    175
    09/17/82
    Tazewell Co. - Hickory Hls Sbdv Assn 1 (1795386)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    31
    06/14/85
    Tazewell Co. - Hickory Hls Sbdv Assn 2 (1795396)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    30
    06/14/85
    Tazewell Co. - Mayfair Sbdv (1795750)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    150
    03/16/90

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    Tazewell Co. - Oakhaven Sbdv (1795760)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    35
    05/25/81
    Tazewell Co. - Prairie View Wtr Assn (1795900)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    55
    03/20/81
    Thayer (Sangamon Co. - 1671250)
    5
    Atrazine
    830
    12/15/93
    Union Co. - Lick Creek PWD (1815100)
    7
    Inadequate Treatment
    816
    09/15/89
    Plant & Source
    Vermilion Co. - North Fork Well Assn (1835186)
    4
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    66
    06/17/83
    Viola (Mercer Co. - 1310450)
    1
    Radium
    1,144
    09/17/92
    Virden (Macoupin Co. - 1171100)
    5
    Atrazine & TTHM
    3,675
    12/15/93
    *
    Wayne City - (Wayne Co. - 1910450)
    7
    Atrazine
    1,552
    03/15/94
    Westfield (Clark Co. - 0230200)
    4
    Inadequat e Water Source
    700
    06/15/93
    White City ( Macoupin Co. - 1171150)
    7
    Trihalomethane
    280
    06/15/93
    White Hall ( Greene Co. - 0610400)
    6
    Atrazine
    2,950
    06/15/93
    Whiteside Co. - Lakeview Sbdv (1955150)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank &
    146
    03/20/81
    Nitrate
    Whiteside Co. - Shady Nook (1950020)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    29
    03/17/92
    Will Co. - Bel-Air Sbdv (1975130)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    91
    08/04/81
    Will Co. - Clearview Sbdv (1975360)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    420
    01/13/82
    Will Co. - Dixie Dells (1977850)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    550
    09/17/82
    Will Co. - East Moreland Wtr Assn (1975600)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    753
    03/20/81
    Will Co. - Fair Acres Sbdv (1975680)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    185
    10/19/81
    Will Co. - Garden Street Imprv Assn (1975376)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    62
    09/15/89
    Will Co. - Greenfield Cmnty Well Cmpny (1975760)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    25
    12/16/83
    Will Co. - Hillview Sbdv (1975800)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    99
    03/15/85
    Will Co. - Huntley Cmnty Sbdv (1975840)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    48
    03/16/84
    Will Co. - Ingalls Park Sbdv (1975880)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    690
    09/16/83
    Will Co. - Lakewood Shores Imprv Assn (1975930)
    2
    Radium
    93
    03/17/86
    Will Co. - Oakview Avenue Wtrwks Inc (1977210)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    350
    03/20/81
    Will Co. - Park Road Wtr Assn (1977330)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    60
    12/17/82
    Will Co. - Ridgewood Sbdv (1977650)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    315
    06/18/82
    Will Co. - Scribner Street Sbdv (1977660)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    50
    03/18/83
    Will Co. - Shawnita Trc Wtr Assn (1977690)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    125
    09/17/92
    Will Co. - Sunnyland Sbdv (1977730)
    2
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    350
    09/16/83
    Williamson (Madison Co. - 1191100)
    6
    Trihalomethane
    350
    06/15/92
    Williamson Co. - Devils Kitchen Wtr Dst (1995160)
    7
    Inadequate Treatment Plt1,330
    09/15/89
    & Source & Trihalomethane
    Williamson Co. - Lake of Egypt PWD (1995200)
    7
    Inadequate Treatment
    7,743
    09/15/89
    Wilsonville ( Macoupin Co. - 1171200)
    5
    Trihalomethane
    609
    06/15/92
    Winnebago Co. - Blue & Gold Homeowners
    Assn (2015250) 1
    Inad. Press. Tank &
    170
    06/17/83
    Inad. Source of Supply
    Winnebago Co. - Bradley Heights Sbdv (2015050)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    192
    09/13/85
    Winnebago Co. - Briar Garden Apts (2015190)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    60
    12/17/82
    Winnebago Co. - Cherry Vale East Apts (2015470)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    180
    01/14/82
    Winnebago Co. - Cherry View Apts (2015278)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    60
    06/17/83
    Winnebago Co. - Great Oaks & Beacon Hls Apts (2015488)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    943
    12/17/82
    Winnebago Co. - Kishwaukee -Kilbuck Assn (2010010)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    42
    03/16/90
    Winnebago Co. - Larchmont Sbdv (2015290)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    106
    06/17/83
    Winnebago Co. - Legend Lakes Wtr Assn (2015300)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    225
    03/14/91
    Woodford Co. - Oak Ridge Sndst (2035300)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    240
    03/20/81
    Wyoming (Stark Co. - 1750200)
    1
    Radiological & Radium
    1,614
    03/17/86
    Yates City ( Knox Co. - 0950700)
    5
    Radium and Inadequate
    900
    03/20/81
    Pressure Tank
    Public Water Supplies Removed from Previous List
    Alma (Marion Co. - 1210 050)
    Iroquois Co. - Belmont Acres
    MWC (0755150)
    Farina (Fayette Co. - 0510150)
    Princeville (Peoria Co. - 1430750)
    Henry Co. - Green River Well 5 (0735416)
    Rock Island Co. - Tower Ridge Sbdv (1615780)
    Henry Co. - Holmes Small Farm Sbdv (0735246)
    Shipman ( Macoupin Co. - 1170950)
    Henry Co. - Level Acres Wtr Sys Inc (0735536)
    Winnebago Co. - Goldie B Floberg Cntr (2015439)
    Henry Co. - Level Acres Well 1 (0735436)
    Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
    Division of Public Water Supplies
    Critical Review List -- Public Water Supplies
    The Critical Review List was developed to give additional notification to officials of public water
    supplies which may be close to being in violation of 35 Ill. Adm. Code, Subtitle F: Public Water Supplies,
    Chapter I or the Illinois Environmental Protection Act.
    A supply will be placed on the Critical Review List when Agency records indicate that it is approaching any
    of the violations which would place it on the Restricted Status List.
    This list is continually being revised as new information becomes available, and therefore, specific
    inquiries as to the status of any public water supply should be directed to the Division of Public Water
    Supplies for final determination. This list reflects the status as of April 1, 1994.
    *
    Indicates public water supplies which have been added to the list since the previous publication.
    **
    Indicates actions are being taken by officials to bring the public water supply into compliance.

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    Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
    Division of Public Water Supplies
    Critical Review List -- Public Water Supplies
    April, 1994
    POP.
    LISTING
    NAME OF PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY/COUNTY/FACILITY NO.
    RGN
    NATURE OF PROBLEM SERVED
    DATE
    Baylis (Pike Co. - 1490100)
    5
    Source Capacity
    300
    09/13/85
    Bluford (Jefferson Co. - 0810100)
    7
    Low System Pressure
    465
    03/20/81
    Camargo (Douglas Co. - 0410100)
    4
    Inadequate Treatment Plant
    400
    12/16/91
    Carlyle (Clinton Co. - 0270300)
    6
    Inadequate Treatment Plant
    400
    12/15/93
    Caseyville (St. Clair Co.
    - 1630250)
    6
    Low System Pressure
    12,338
    09/14/84
    Clinton ( DeWitt Co. - 0390050)
    4
    Inadequate Plant Capacity
    7,437 06/14/91
    Davis (Stephenson Co. - 1770150)
    1
    Low System Pressure
    600
    09/17/92
    DePue (Bureau Co. - 0110300)
    1
    Inadequate Treatment Plant
    1,93012/15/93
    *
    Dieterich ( Effingham Co. - 0490150)
    1
    Inadequate Source
    568
    03/15/94
    DuPage Co. - Highland Hls Sndst (0435560)
    2
    Inadequate Pressure Tank 1,100
    09/17/92
    Edwardsville (Madison Co. - 1190250)
    6
    Inad. Treatment Plant
    30,581
    12/15/93
    Evansville (Randolph Co. - 1570250)
    6
    Plant Capacity
    1,838
    05/25/81
    Georgetown (Vermilion Co.
    - 1830350)
    4
    Inadequate Wtr Plant
    3,678
    06/15/93
    Hardin (Calhoun Co. - 0130200)
    6
    Low System Pressure
    1,175
    11/25/81
    *
    Homer (Champaign Co. - 0190300)
    4
    Inadequate Source
    1,300
    03/15/94
    Jackson Co. - South Highway PWD (0775400)
    7
    Low System Pressure
    8,189
    06/15/92
    Kane Co. - Lake Marian Wtr Corp (0895200)
    2
    Low System Pressure &
    800
    09/14/84
    Inadequate Pres. Storage
    Kincaid (Christian Co. - 0210250)
    5
    Plant Capacity
    2,640
    06/14/85
    Lewistown (Fulton Co. - 0570600)
    5
    Inadequate Source
    2,700
    06/15/88
    McHenry Co. - McHenry Shores Wtr Cmpny (1115020)
    2
    Low System Pressure
    1,170
    09/17/92
    McHenry Co. - Whispering Hills Wtr Cmpny (1115700)
    2
    Low System Pressure
    6,000
    06/15/93
    McHenry Co - Wonder Lake Wtr Cmpny (1115750)
    2
    Inadequate Storage
    1,080
    12/14/90
    Millstadt (St. Clair Co.
    - 1630850)
    6
    Low System Pressure
    2,750
    12/16/91
    North Utica (LaSalle Co.
    - 0990650)
    1
    Low System Pressure
    3,943
    03/18/84
    Patoka (Marion Co. - 1210400)
    6
    Inadequate Treatment Plant
    820
    12/15/93
    Pearl (Pike Co.1490650)
    5
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    322
    09/17/82
    Pecatonica (Winnebago Co.
    -2010250)
    1
    Low System Pres.
    1,830
    06/15/90
    Ramsey (Fayette Co. - 0510200)
    6
    Source Capacity &
    1,350
    09/13/85
    Low System Pres.
    Richland Co. - West Liberty Dundas Wtr Dist (1595050) 7
    Low System Pres. &
    693
    12/14/84
     
    Inadequate Source
    *
    Rock Island Co. - Tower Ridge
    Sbdv (1615780)
    1
    Inadequate Pres. Tank
    70
    03/15/94
    Stockton (Jo Daviess Co.
    - 0850450)
    1
    Low System Pressur e
    1,900
    06/15/84
    Sumner (Lawrence Co. - 1010300)
    7
    Low System Pressure
    1,553
    12/13/85
    Taylor Springs (Montgomery Co.
    - 1350650)
    5
    Low System Pressure
    650
    02/20/81
    Walnut Hill (Marion Co. - 1210600)
    6
    Low System Pressure
    1,200
    06/14/85
    Will Co. - Metro Utl Chickasaw Dvn (1975320)
    2
    Low System Pressure
    7,700
    09/17/92
    Public Water Supplies Removed from Previous List
    Edgewood (Effingham Co. - 0490200)
    Orangeville (Stephenson Co.
    - 1770350)
    Mason (Effingham Co. - 0490300)

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