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November 20, 2023

Posted  November 20, 2023

Coffeyville Resources Refining & Marketing LLC (CRRM) and its affiliated companies have agreed to pay more than $23 million in penalties to the United States and State of Kansas for violating the provisions of a 2012 consent decree as well as the Clean Air Act.  According to the DOJ and EPA, CRRM’s petroleum refinery emitted over 2,300 excess tons of sulfur dioxide (SO2) between 2015 and 2017, which violated a 2012 consent decree to properly monitor such emissions.  In addition to the penalties, CRRM must spend at least $1 million to benefit the public and environment, and implement measures costing up to $9 million to prevent future violations.  DOJ

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