Pollution Violations at Guam and Mariana Islands Facilities
Exxon Mobil subsidiaries Mobil Oil Guam, Inc. and Mobil Oil Mariana Islands, Inc. agreed to pay $2.4 million for alleged violations of the Clean Air Act relating to the discharge of hundreds of tons of organic compounds into the air from bulk gasoline terminals on Cabras Island in Guam and the Lower Base area of Saipan. According to the government, Mobil Oil Guam and Mobil Oil Mariana Islands failed to install vapor pollution controls on storage tanks and loading racks at gasoline storage facilities, comply with pollution limits, install pollution monitors, or submit required reports. The companies settled without admitting any liability or wrongdoing.
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