DES MOINES — The DNR has taken the following enforcement actions. The following are only briefs; copies of enforcement actions, including the full, original orders and contact information, are available on the DNR’s website at www.iowadnr.gov/InsideDNR/AboutDNR/EnforcementActions.aspx.
Responsible parties have 30 days to appeal the order or 60 days to pay the penalty.
Pay $3,000 penalty for late submittal of phosphorus index manure management plan. The penalty has been paid.
Darla Truman, George Ackerson and William Foreman
Properly remove all solid waste from site and pay $3,000 penalty if solid waste is not removed by a certain date.
Ensure that all employees of this manure applicator service are properly certified and pay $6,000 penalty for past violations.
A consent order is issued as an alternative to issuing an administrative order. A consent order indicates that the DNR has voluntarily entered into a legally enforceable agreement with the other party.
Cedar Valley Farms, LLC
Pay $5,000 penalty for unpermitted discharge of manure to water of the state, as well as $564 in fish restitution and $1,682 in investigative costs. The penalty and restitution have been paid.
West Central Cooperative, Boxholm
Cease illegal open dumping and open burning of solid waste and pay $7,945 penalty.
Buena Vista County
Ted Smith, dba TJS Farms
Ensure all employees are properly certified in manure handling and pay $5,000 penalty for past violations. The penalty has been paid.
Cease all improper open burning and open dumping of solid wastes and pay $5,000 penalty.
Des Moines County
Charles and Dawn Chevalier
Reimburse Des Moines County Regional Solid Waste Commission for disposal costs for leaded glass from discarded cathode ray tubes.
Brian Anderson, dba Northwest Ready Mix, Milford
Pay $1,000 penalty for open burning of solid waste.
TAB Holding Company, Inc.
Cease illegal disposal of solid waste and pay $3,000 penalty.
SCS Flooring Co., Homestead
Cease open burning of solid waste and pay $1,500 penalty.
City of Hayesville
Pay $4,475 penalty to resolve air quality and solid waste disposal violations which occurred during the demolition, burning and disposal of a school building in Hayesville. The penalty has been paid.
BCB AG, LLC
Ensure that all employees are properly certified to haul, apply, or otherwise handle manure and pay $3,000 penalty.
City of Marshalltown
Compliance schedule to address sanitary sewer overflows.
City of Elliott
Implementation schedule to correct deficiencies in the city’s wastewater treatment facility. Order includes stipulated penalties for failure to comply with schedule.
Jochum Agri-Services, Inc.
Pay $3,000 penalty for manure application violations that led to a manure discharge to a water of the state.
Arnie Gruens, dba Triple A Pumping
Pay $5,000 penalty for violations resulting from a manure discharge from the land application of manure.
Evert Van Maanen
Immediately cease open burning and open dumping of solid waste and pay $1,000 penalty. The penalty has been paid.
Creston Roofing and Siding, Inc., Creston
Follow state requirements to respond to release from underground storage tank and pay $5,000 penalty.
Dwight Duwa and Duwa’s Auction Service LLC, Wellman
Document proper disposal of solid waste and pay $3,100 penalty for violations of open burning and open dumping of solid waste.
Establish a schedule to achieve compliance with applicable effluent and water quality standards for wastewater discharges generated in the unincorporated areas of Washington County known as Richmond and Rubio.
A consent amendment is issued in settlement of a previous administrative order or to
amend a pre‐existing consent order. A consent amendment indicates that the DNR has
voluntarily entered into a legally enforceable agreement with the other party.
Cerro Gordo County
CBJ Transport, LLC
Amends and settles appeal of a 2010 administrative order with a payment schedule for $3,000 penalty.
Lake Trio Homeowners Improvement Association, Inc., Washington
Amends a 2010 administrative order; association agrees to properly close lagoon system by May 1, 2012 and pay $2,500 for past wastewater violations.
DNR rescinds a 2009 administrative order.