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CLIPBOARD : The Price of Pollution

Following is a list of the six most severe air pollution penalties assessed by the South Coast Air Quality Management District in October. Company: CBJ Enterprises Inc. 2802 Dow Ave. Tustin

Penalty: $1,700 Violation: Failure to obtain a permit to operate vinyl folding machines in July 1990 (floppy disk manufacturer)

Company: Hughes Aircraft Co. Connecting Devices. 17150 Von Karman Ave. Irvine

Penalty: $1,600

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Violation: Failure to obtain a permit to construct and operate scrubbers in August 1990 (aerospace company)

Company: Hon Development Co. 25200 La Paz. Laguna Hills

Penalty: $1,400

Violation: Failure to obtain a permit to operate gasoline dispensing equipment and failure to maintain a vapor recovery system in July 1990 (property management firm)

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Company: AA-One Lithograph. 400 E. Dyer Road. Santa Ana

Penalty: $1,200

Violation: Operating a lithographic press contrary to permit conditions in July 1990 (print shop)

Company: Southern California Edison. 21730 Newland St. Huntington Beach

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Penalty: $1,000

Violation: Failure to report monitor failure in July 1990 (power plant)

Company: Newport Auto Center. 445 East Coast Hwy. Newport Beach

Penalty: $1,000

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Violation: Failure to obtain a permit to operate gasoline dispensing equipment and failure to maintain a vapor recovery system in July 1990 (auto dealership)

Company: Kirkhill Rubber Co. 300 E. Cypress St. Brea

Penalty: $1,000

Violation: Failure to maintain episode monitoring equipment in June 1990 (rubber products manufacturer)

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Company: C & D Plastics Inc. 5412 Argosy Drive. Huntington Beach

Penalty: $1,000

Violation: Failure to obtain a permit to operate a paint spray booth in August 1990 (manufactures aircraft interior components)

Company: St. Regis Resources Corp. Casa Loma Ave. & Bastanchury Road. Yorba Linda

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Penalty: $1,000

Violation: Failure to maintain a vapor recovery system in August 1990 (oil field)

Source: South Coast Air Quality Management District


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