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Region 10 Annual Enforcement Results 2006

The EPA’s enforcement program in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska saw across-the-board increases in every category for 2006. According to additional Agency calculations, the program helped prevent 26.4 million pounds of pollution in the region. Together, the latest EPA enforcement data reveal an estimated $115.2 million in federal compliance actions; $657,000 in Supplementary Environmental Projects (SEPs); and just over $3.5 million in judicial and administrative penalties collected in the latest fiscal year. (read more in the regional News Release)
National Information
Numbers at a Glance
Estimated Environmental Benefits of Enforcement Actions
(Including Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs) obtained or committed to):
- - Pollutants Reduced (Pounds)
26,429,316
- - Contaminated Soil Cleaned (Cubic Yards)
660,466
- - Wetlands Protected (Acres)
18
Value of Complying Actions
$115,280,599
Value of Supplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs)
$656,727
Cases with SEPs
5
Voluntary Disclosure Program: Notices of Determination
8
Total Entities Reached by Compliance Assistance
85,709
EPA Administrative Compliance Orders
151
EPA Administrative Penalty Complaints
177
EPA Civil Judicial Referrals
15
EPA Final Administrative Penalty Settlements
180
EPA Civil Judicial Conclusions
12
EPA Administrative Penalties
$1,447,118
EPA Judicial Penalties
$2,120,206
EPA Stipulated Penalties
$45,500
Inspections/Evaluations
1,299
Civil Investigations
3
Number of Regulated Entities Taking Complying Actions during EPA Inspections/Evaluations
95
Number of Regulated Entities Receiving Assistance during EPA Inspections/Evaluations
877

Case Highlights

Alaska (total penalties assessed: $1,583,680):


Idaho (total penalties assessed: $1,250,450)
Oregon (penalties assessed statewide: $11,085,890)

Washington (total penalties assessed: $647,270)




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URL: http://yosemite.epa.gov/R10/ENFORCE.NSF/Program+Management/2006+Report

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