Oil spill Michigan
- EPA therefore the division of Justice announced money with Enbridge Energy restricted Partnership and many relevant Enbridge organizations to resolve claims stemming from its 2010 oil spills in Marshall, Mich. and Romeoville, Ill.
Enbridge has actually consented to invest about $110 million on a number of measures to stop spills and enhance operations across almost 2, 000 kilometers of the pipeline system inside Great Lakes area.
Enbridge will even spend civil charges totaling $62 million for wash liquid Act violations - $61 million for discharging at the least 20, 082 barrels of oil in Marshall and $1 million for discharging at least 6, 427 barrels of oil in Romeoville.
This report addresses the period from mobilization associated with the first On-Scene Coordinator from the U.S. Environmental Protection department on July 26, 2010 through the cessation of field activities as instructed because of the department on November 18, 2014. (In fall 2014 EPA determined that Enbridge had finished all of the recommended activities, and transitioned the site towards Michigan division of Environmental Quality.)