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by:Ocpuritech     2019-07-17
Mosaic Fertilizers, LLC, and EPA reached a "consent agreement" after the Florida phosphate industry allegedly violated the federal environment ".Officials of the Environmental Protection Agency are trying to get their jobs done and political pressure kills environmental law.(1) the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Florida phosphate industry officials and Florida elected officials have reached a legally binding "agreement of consent" (agreement) and "Final Order" (CARO ).
The deal was signed after EPA officials continued their efforts to finally bring justice to Florida taxpayers.The EPA Area 4 of Atlanta Federal Center is located in Atlanta, Georgia.The nature of the action taken against Mosaic Fertilizer Co.
, Ltd.
(Mosaic) is a civil enforcement action initiated by EPA against alleged violations of the resource protection and Recovery Act (1) based on open-air mining operations in central Florida.Specifically, for Mosaic, the so-called policy practices for the treatment of reverse osmosis waste into the phosphate reactor system.The agreement was a product of nearly seven years.
Over the past seven years, the phosphate industry in Florida has basically stopped legal proceedings until the benefits are achieved.It is clear that taxpayers in Florida will not be paid back in full, and Mosaic will not be forced to pay for their fair share of financial responsibility.In a letter dated March 2009, senior environmental and corporate lawyer Mr.
James K.
Traveler (1) of Florida sang mulberry Mosaic Fertilizer Co., Ltd. received notice of EPA's action against mosaic.The following paragraph explains the parties' expectations for the terms of the agreement of consent.
\ "It seems to be that EPA will not ask for admission of guilt for any formal action against mosaic, and mosaic will agree to the terms of the agreement, as more of a" settlement "agreement.\ "The complainant (EPA) and the respondent (Mosaic) under 40 C.F.R.5 22.And the desire to solve this problem.Therefore, before any testimony is made to the pleadings and no factual or legal issue is recognized for violating or ruling and is in compliance with 40 C.
F.
R.
5 22.
13 (B), the complainant and the respondent agreed to carry out this CAFO.The respondent hereby agrees to comply with the terms of this CAFO.\ "(1) This paragraph reads like an apology, not a punishment.
It is obvious that the language used in the above paragraph does not show the penalty of "real.Once you read the "Agreement", you can make up your mind.The entire "consent agreement" on the URL is mentioned below ".
Agreeing to the agreement "allows" Mosaic to deny any and all charges, refuse testimony, clean up pending relative violations and "have no further responsibility" for the destruction of the Central Florida landscape ".Here you can see the advantages of the agreement on the Florida phosphate industry.One example, if one remembers, is a phosphate plant in central Florida that involves a catastrophic sinkhole formed within a phosphate pile.
EPA industry analysts estimate that taxpayer funds needed to mitigate the damage are about $11 billion (2 ).For $11 billion, Florida can remove a bunch of phosphate.Unfortunately, there are nearly 20 + phosn gypsum piles growing in Florida.
The views of the phosphate industry can be seen here.It means that if Florida wants these phosphate satellites to be neutralised, then taxpayers in Florida will pay for it, otherwise this will not happen.The agreement also allows Florida to support the radioactive hazardous waste containment (watchdog) program, not the EPA program requirements enforced by federal law.
After a decade of legal battles with Florida's phosphate industry and Florida's elected officials, the issue has been acknowledged.The final result is that the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) will be responsible for the enforcement of federal environmental law.FDEP has publicly reported that they (FDEP) have been overthrown by elected officials in Florida and have not been working in cases of previous serious violations of the phosphate industry.
This may be in vain because "the fox is guarding the chicken house ".Historically, elected officials in Florida have been deaf to the Florida phosphate industry's "alleged" serious violations of environmental policy.The agreement begins with the closure of mining facilities in Bartow, Florida.
The plant name is Green Bay facility.
The agreement also claims that mosaic intentionally violates federal regulations based on mosaic wastewater treatment practices in Green Bay facilities.According to the agreement, the phosphogypsum stack in Bartow, FL will be closed and remedial measures need to be taken to maintain the stack.EPA or phosphate officials do not know how to deal with phosphate piles in mountainous areas, so they (mosaics) have to work to keep the piles in place.
This is because phosphorus is radioactive waste and cannot be legally disposed of in any way.Future generations of Florida where the Green Bay gypsum pile up.The agreement also stipulates that the phosphogypsum stack of FL Mulberry will also be closed.
Under the agreement, there is no longer a transfer of waste from the Bartow facility to the Mulberry facility.The phosphate pile in mulberry Berry is as deadly to the environment as Bartow \ "gypstack.In this regard, neither federal nor state officials know what to do with the rubbish.
Sang mulberry phosphsum stack will also be here for future generations in Florida to pay with their taxes and health.The agreement of consent did not say that the agreement of consent between EPA and Mosaic did not say anything very worrying because taxpayers in Florida did not receive their "environmental" funds.Historically, Florida's phosphate industry has had a serious environmental impact on Florida's landscape every day.
Florida taxpayers are then forced to pay for the cleanup until the lawsuit is over.I have not seen mention of previous industrial accidents and the loss of a unique ecosystem in the world, and only Florida can pay back billions of taxpayers' money.It is equally disturbing that there is no reference to evidence of financial responsibility to mitigate future disasters.
Our elected officials once again gave in to pressure from the company, in part because of budget overruns, but mainly because of political pressure to kill the country and current environmental laws in Florida.The agreement between EPA (federal government) and Mosaic appears to start blaming Mosaic LLC.However, the entire phosphate industry was not affected by the agreement.
In the future, if history is the guide, one will continue to see the same phosphate industrial practices mentioned above.If Florida taxpayers want this issue to continue to be of public concern, they have to talk to the officials they are elected.Otherwise, the phosphate industry will be forgotten from a media perspective.
The next environmental disaster is looming in the phosphate industry in central Florida.Yosemite agreed to the agreement.epa.Government/oa/rhc/epaadmin.Nsf/application/cf7a16c69de293b48525764f0066cf51/$ file/pasacoop: support
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