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					   ADM COGENERATION

     SITE SPECIFIC

HAZARDOUS MATERIAL PLAN
                ADM CoGeneration Site-Specific Hazardous Material Plan


                     FACILITY-SPECIFIC APPENDIX
                            TO THE LEPC
                 CHEMICAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN



EMERGENCY PLANNING FACILITY: ADM COGENERATION FACILITY

This facility-specific appendix has been reviewed and approved for response to a
hazardous chemical release incident requiring off-site response at the above-listed
facility. This facility-specific appendix provides, in part, the basis for the LEPC chemical
emergency response plan, which is intended to be consistent with and supplemental to
the Macon County Emergency Operations Plan (EOP).




LEPC Chair/ EMA Coordinator                                     Date



Facility Emergency Coordinator                                  Date



Chief of Local Fire Department                                  Date




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A. FACILITY IDENTIFICATION


Planning Facility Name: ADM CoGeneration

Facility Street Address: 4666 Fairies Parkway

Nearest Crossroads: Brush College

City: Decatur                                      Zip Code: Illinois

Township: Decatur

Emergency Coordinator: Troy Lancaster

Phone: (217) 451-2062                              24-Hour Phone: (217) 424-5200

Alternate Coordinator: Chris Carry

Phone: (217) 451-2917                              24-Hour Phone: (217) 412-0386

Owner: Archer Daniels Midland Company

Phone: (217) 424-2596                              24-Hour Phone: (217) 424-5200

Owner Address: 4666 Fairies Parkway                City: Decatur


State: Illinois                                    Zip: 62526


Nature of Business Electrical Cogeneration Plant




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B. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

1. Extremely Hazardous Substance (EHS) Inventory (Part 1 of 2)

        Chemical Description         Physical And           Special Markings                Hazard Protection
                                    Health Hazards


 CAS No: 108-91-8
 Chemical Name: Cyclohexylamine
                                   ⌧ Fire                  ERG Number: 132        Primary Hazard: Flammable

                                        Sudden Release     DOT Shipping Class:    Primary Route of Entry: Inhalation
                                   of Pressure             Flammable Liquid

         ⌧           ⌧                 Reactivity
                                                           NFPA Markings:         Recommended Personal Protective
 Pure    Mix   Solid Liquid Gas    ⌧ Immediate (acute)     H: 2                   Equipment: SCBA & Sealed Chemical Suit
                                                           F: 3
                                       Delayed (chronic)   R: 0
 EHS Name: Cyclohexylamine
 CAS No: 7664-93-9                                         ERG Number: 137        Primary Hazard: Corrosive
                                       Fire
 Chemical Name: Sulfuric Acid           Sudden Release     DOT Shipping Class:    Primary Route of Entry: Inhalation
                                   of Pressure             Corrosive Liquid
                                   ⌧ Reactivity            NFPA Markings:         Recommended Personal Protective
         ⌧           ⌧             ⌧ Immediate (acute)     H: 3                   Equipment: SCBA & Sealed Chemical Suit
                                                           F: 0
 Pure Mix Solid Liquid Gas
 EHS Name: Sulfuric Acid
                                   ⌧ Delayed (chronic)     R: 2




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2. Other Hazardous Chemical (Non-EHS) Inventory

     Chemical Description            Physical And          Special Markings                 Hazard Protection
                                    Health Hazards


 CAS No: 1310-73-2                                       ERG Number: 154           Primary Hazard: Corrosivet
                                       Fire
 Chemical Name: Sodium Hydroxide        Sudden Release   DOT Shipping Class:
                                   of Pressure           Corrosive Liquid          Primary Route of Entry: Inhalation
                                   ⌧ Reactivity          NFPA Markings:
                                   ⌧ Immediate (acute)   H: 0                      Recommended Personal Protective
       ⌧             ⌧             ⌧ Delayed (chronic)   F: 3
                                                         R: 1
                                                                                   Equipment: SCBA & Sealed Chemical Suit
 Pure Mix Solid Liquid Gas
 CAS No: 7440-44-0                                       ERG Number: 159           Primary Hazard: Irritant
                                       Fire
 Chemical Name: Bituminous Coal         Sudden Release   DOT Shipping Class:
                                   of Pressure           Not regulated             Primary Route of Entry: Inhalation
                                       Reactivity
                                                         NFPA Markings:
                                   ⌧ Immediate (acute)   H: 1                      Recommended Personal Protective
       ⌧      ⌧                    ⌧ Delayed (chronic)   F: 2
                                                         R: 0
                                                                                   Equipment: SCBA & Structural Firefighting
                                                                                   Gear
 Pure Mix Solid Liquid Gas
 CAS No: 7664-93-9                                       ERG Number: 137           Primary Hazard: Corrosive
                                       Fire
 Chemical Name: Sulfuric Acid           Sudden Release   DOT Shipping Class:       Primary Route of Entry: Inhalation
                                   of Pressure           Corrosive Liquid
                                   ⌧ Reactivity          NFPA Markings:            Recommended Personal Protective
       ⌧             ⌧             ⌧ Immediate (acute)   H: 3                      Equipment: SCBA & Sealed Chemical Suit
                                                         F: 0
 Pure Mix Solid Liquid Gas
 EHS Name: Sulfuric Acid
                                   ⌧ Delayed (chronic)   R: 2




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3. Other Hazardous Chemical (Non-EHS) Inventory

        Chemical Description          Physical And            Special Markings               Hazard Protection
                                     Health Hazards


 CAS No: 8006-61-9
                                    ⌧ Fire                  ERG Number: 128         Primary Hazard: Flammable

 Chemical Name: Gasoline                 Sudden Release     DOT Shipping Class:
                                    of Pressure             Flammable Liquid        Primary Route of Entry: Inhalation
                                        Reactivity
                                                            NFPA Markings:
                                    ⌧ Immediate (acute)     H: 1                    Recommended Personal Protective
         ⌧            ⌧             ⌧ Delayed (chronic)     F: 3
                                                            R: 0
                                                                                    Equipment: SCBA & Structural Firefighting
                                                                                    Gear
 Pure    Mix   Solid Liquid Gas
 CAS No: 7647-01-0                                          ERG Number: 157         Primary Hazard: Corrosive
                                        Fire
 Chemical Name: Hydrochloric Acid        Sudden Release     DOT Shipping Class:
                                    of Pressure             Corrosive Liquid        Primary Route of Entry: Inhalation
                                    ⌧ Reactivity            NFPA Markings:
                                    ⌧ Immediate (acute)     H: 3                    Recommended Personal Protective
         ⌧            ⌧                 Delayed (chronic)
                                                            F: 0                    Equipment: SCBA & Sealed Chemical Suit
 Pure    Mix   Solid Liquid Gas                             R: 2
 CAS No: 1317-65-3                                          ERG Number: 159         Primary Hazard: Irritant
                                        Fire
 Chemical Name: Limestone                Sudden Release     DOT Shipping Class:
                                    of Pressure             (not regulated)         Primary Route of Entry: Inhalation
                                        Reactivity
                                                            NFPA Markings:
                                    ⌧ Immediate (acute)     H: 1                    Recommended Personal Protective
                                                            F: 0                    Equipment: SCBA & Structural Firefighting
 ⌧             ⌧                    ⌧ Delayed (chronic)     R: 0                    Gear
 Pure    Mix   Solid Liquid Gas



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C. FACILITY DIAGRAM




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D. CHEMICAL TRANSPORTATION ROUTES

      ALL EHS AND NON-EHS SUBSTANCES ARE TRANSPORTED INTO THE FACILITY
      BY MEANS OF I-72, RTE. 48, BRUSH COLLEGE ROAD, AND FARIES PARKWAY




E. VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS

1. Vulnerable Zone

The vulnerable zone for ADM Cogeneration was determined by a screening for a
release of cyclohexylamine. Utilizing CAMEO, a screening for the largest vulnerable
zone revealed that a release of cyclohexylamine, which would potentially affect a
downwind area of 0.2 Miles. Since wind direction is indeterminate, a 0.2-mile radius
around the facility should be considered.




The directional-specific wind plumes were based on a release of cyclohexylamine.


Pre-determined wind conditions of 3.4mph, with a temperature of 78 F, humidity level of
95%, and cloud conditions simulating a partly cloudy day.


Weather conditions can constantly vary and the current weather conditions should taken
into account should a release occur from ADM Cogeneration.




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F. VULNERABLE ZONE MAP

Screening Scenario Vulnerable Zone Size: 0.2 Miles




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1. Special Populations
If a release of chemical(s) does occur from the facility, the following special population
facilities may be at risk. Please note if no special populations are identified as at risk.

              No special populations have been identified based upon a release of
              cyclohexylamine from ADM Cogeneration plant.




2. Other Facilities That May Contribute Additional Risk
If a release does occur from the facility, the following facilities may contribute additional
risk during such an emergency.
                                    Distance
  Facility        Emergency                        Conditions
                                      from                          Chemical Products of
  Name &         Coordinator &                     which may
                                    Primary                              Concern
  Address          24 Hr. #                        cause Risk
                                    Facility
                                                     Product(s)     Exact Chemicals affected
  ADM East        Troy Lancaster                      released       are unknown, incidents
Plant Complex                      <1 Mile          reacting with   should be dealt with on a
                    424-5600                      other chemicals      case-by-case basis




3. Other Areas of Concern

       No other areas of concern have been identified




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G. POPULATION PROTECTIVE ACTIONS

1. Protective Actions

      In-Place Sheltering involves keeping or moving the potentially affected
      population indoors and minimizing the infiltration of the hazardous chemical into
      the structure by shutting off ventilation, closing doors and windows, sealing
      seams and thresholds, etc. In-place protection may be the preferred protection
      action when: 1) the release is occurring very fast; 2) a migrating toxic vapor cloud
      could quickly overrun an exposed population; 3) the hazardous chemical
      released has a very low health hazard; or 4) evacuation would be very difficult.
      The initial decision for in-place sheltering should be based on: 1) if there is not
      sufficient time to notify and evacuate the vulnerable population; and 2)
      preliminary information confirms in-place protection will provide adequate
      protection.

      Evacuation is an action to remove a vulnerable population from an area which is
      very likely to pose a significant human health or safety risk. Certain conditions
      always call for evacuation: 1) high potential for explosion; and 2) the release is
      large with a long-term release anticipated. For other situations, evacuation
      should be considered when there is adequate time to warn and evacuate the
      population, and the community has the resources and capability to effective carry
      out the evacuation.

The vulnerable zone was determined for a screening scenario involving a release of
cyclohexylamine. This provides the basis for these protective action plans.

Considering the potential vulnerable zone identified and the chemicals identified, it has
been determined that an evacuation will be the most reasonable population protection
measure for a release occurring from the ADM Cogeneration facility.

In the event of a release requiring evacuation, the American Red Cross will coordinate
shelters and their locations.

   Shelter Facility &
                             Point-of-Contact            24 Hr. #’s
       Address

American Red Cross        Chapter Director         428-7758 (Office)
                                                      or
                                                   433-3311 (cell)




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2. Protective Action Authorization
Considering the incident notification information provided by the facility, this facility-
specific appendix, and an assessment by the fire service, the Decatur Fire Department
shall determine and authorize which protective actions will be implemented.




3. Public Warning
Upon authorization of the Macon Co. EMA coordinator, public warning will be issued
for both evacuation and in-place protective actions.


The Macon Co. EMA coordinator will contact the emergency dispatch station. The
station will be requested to broadcast an instructional message.


Additional public warning will be accomplished using police and fire vehicles equipped
with public address systems.


If there is enough time to conduct an evacuation and the health and safety of police and
fire personnel will not be jeopardized, police and fire personnel may go door-to-door to
notify residents.


Pre-arrangements have been made with WSOY radio for recording a public
announcement message to be delivered to the affected areas requiring timely
notification to advise them of the protective action plan that has been implemented. The
Macon Co. EMA coordinator will contact WSOY radio at 877-5371 to advise them of
the need for delivering a public announcement message.




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4. Access Control
Access control points will be established at key intersections to prohibit entry into the
area. Railroad, air, and marine traffic will also be controlled. This is done for both in-
place protection and evacuation. The Decatur Police Department will coordinate
access control and security.


The following departments may be able to provide personnel and equipment, as
needed, to assist in restricting access to the affected area

   Name of Department                Point-of-Contact                     24 Hr. #

   Macon County Sheriff              Shift Commander                     424-1311

    Illinois State Police            Shift Commander                     265-0110




5. Re-Entry Procedures
Upon authorization of the Decatur Fire Department, a public announcement message
of re-entry will be issued advising the evacuees that re-entry has been permitted. Re-
entry procedures will be controlled and only authorized after proper decontamination of
property and issuance of the public announcement message.




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H. FACILITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE RESOURCES AND PROCEDURES

1. Facility Equipment
The following table lists the type and quantity of emergency response equipment
available from the facility.


DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT               QUANTITY                  LOCATION


                         Emergency Response Equipment
1 ½ “ Fire Hose System           2               Cogen I & II
Bobcat’s                         2               Cogen I & II
Emergency Spill Kits             7               Throughout Plant
Front End Loader                 1               Material Handling

                          Personal Protective Equipment
Chemical Gloves                   12 Pair           PPE Cabinet in Main Control
                                                    Room
Chemical Goggles                  12 Pair           PPE Cabinet in Main Control
                                                    Room
Rainsuits                         6 Pair            PPE Cabinet in Main Control
                                                    Room
SCBA                              4                 Emergency Locker

                    Mitigation and Decontamination Equipment
Oil Dry                            50# Bags         Cogen I

   Fire Suppression, Spill Prevention, Sensors, and Leak Detection Equipment

Ammonia Detectors                  3                   Coal Fired Boilers 7, 8, & 9
Daily Inspections                  6 per 24 Hours      N/A




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2. Release Detection Procedures

The facility maintains the following equipment to detect hazardous chemical releases

     Equipment Type                Location/Building                    Alarm Type

Ammonia Detector                        70’ LG II #7                  Annunciator Light

Ammonia Detector                        70’ LG II #8                  Annunciator Light

Ammonia Detector                       124’ CG II #9                  Annunciator Light




The following facility personnel are responsible for patrolling the hazardous chemical
process and storage areas to monitor for releases

          Personnel             Responsibility (including type & frequency of patrol)

Boiler Operator                Visual Inspection every four hours

Foreman                        Visual Inspection every twelve hours

Safety Coordinator             Visual Inspection every week




3. Response Procedures
The facility typically has forty personnel who are trained and assigned to respond to a
release. On-site personnel are capable of containing small releases and coordinating
the clean up. The facility depends on the Decatur Fire Department to provide fire
suppression and primary hazardous material response




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I. COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE RESOURCES AND PROCEDURES

1. Community Equipment and Resources
The following table lists the type and quantity of emergency response equipment and
resources available through the Decatur Fire Department Hazardous Material Team.

  DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT AND
                                                QUANTITY              LOCATION
           RESOURCES

                          Trained Emergency Response Personnel
Hazardous Material Technician – Level A             30         All Fire Stations Except #7

                              Personal Protective Equipment

Level “A” Suits                                     25         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

Level “B” Suits                                     25         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

Level “C” Suits                                     15         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

     Chemical Emergency Monitoring, Sensors and Leak Detection Equipment

Dragger Chemical Detector                           02         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

TMX 412                                             05         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

Sensidyne Chemical Detector                         02         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

                        Mitigation and Decontamination Equipment

3 Pool Decon Shower                                 03         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

Chlorine A & B & C Kits                             01         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

Patch and Repair Kits                               03         HazMat Unit (Station #2)

Zumro DECON Shelters                                02         HazMat Unit (Station #2)




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  DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT AND
                                                QUANTITY              LOCATION
           RESOURCES

                     Emergency Response Equipment and Supplies

1500 GPM Pumper                                     05         Stations 1, 2, 3, 4, & 7

100’ Tower Ladder w/ Pump                           01         Station 1

75’ Ladder Truck w/ Pump                            02         Stations 5 & 6

Medium Duty Rescue Squad                            01         Station 1

Hazardous Material Response Unit                    01         Station 2

                        Vehicles and Communication Equipment

Cellular Phones                                     10         Station 1

Motorola XTS 3000R                                  10         Station 1

Chevrolet Tahoe (Battalion Chief)                   01         Station 1

Chevrolet Suburban                                  01         Station 1

Jeep Cherokee                                       03         Station 1

Pick-Up Truck                                       01         Station 2




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2. Emergency Medical Facilities
The following table identifies the facilities in the surrounding community capable of
handling medical emergencies in the event of a hazardous chemical incident
 HOSPITAL OR MEDICAL
                                   POINT-OF-CONTACT               24-HOUR TELEPHONE #
         FACILITY
                                                                  Emergency Room #
Decatur Memorial Hospital            Clinical Manager               (217) 876-3000
Decontamination Resources/Equipment:           Trauma Level: None
One (1) wash down area with secured
drainage and One (1) room w/ negative airflow
                                     EMS Coordinator              Emergency Room #
     St. Mary’s Hospital             462-2711 (pager)               (217) 464-2973
Decontamination Resources/Equipment:           Trauma Level: None
One (1) Small Stand-Up Shower
                                                                    (217) 383-3311
Carle Hospital (Champaign)             House Officer            (Ask for House Officer)
Decontamination Resources/Equipment:           Trauma Level: Level One (1)
One (1) complete set-up with secured
drainage for water decontamination.
Champaign Fire Department is secondary for
any additional decontamination purposes


In the event that a victim would require additional decontamination at the hospital, the
victim should (at a minimum) be identified with the chemical or chemicals they have
been contaminated with and any decontamination efforts and progress up to the point of
transport to the hospital

3. Additional Resources
Other additional professional or technical resources that may be called upon to support
emergency response personnel in the event of an incident are identified in the following
table.
  Name of Organization                 Contact #’s                    Specialty
         Chemtrec                          N/A                  Emergency Chemical
                                     1-800-424-9300                 Information
Local Poison Control Center                N/A                   Emergency Poison
                                     1-800-942-5969                 Information
      Illinois Emergency                   N/A                 Emergency Management
    Management Agency                1-800-782-7860
   Illinois Environmental      787-3637 (Direct Office Line)     Environmental Issues
      Protection Agency              1-800-782-7860




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4. Formal Agreements
The following table identifies existing formal agreements with either public or private
emergency response personnel.
    Parties to Agreement                 Point-of Contact & 24 Hr. #         Type of Agreement
                                        Joel Chapman
Bodine Environmental                    (800) 637-2379                 Spill Response/Cleanup
                                        Jeff Larner
ADM                                     (217) 424-5200




5. Contractor Companies
The following table identifies contractor companies in the surrounding community that
have been identified as being able to provide additional resources during an incident.

(This is not an endorsement of their services.)
      Organization                 Point-of-Contact            24 Hr. #          Type of Service

 Bodine Environmental            Emergency Response         (800) 637-2379      Hazardous Material
       Services                       Manager                                   Emergency Cleanup




6. LEPC Community Emergency Coordinator
The LEPC Emergency Coordinator for this planning district is Phillip Anello, who can be
reached at (217) 424-1327 or (217) 424-1311.




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J. NOTIFICATION AND RESPONSE PROCEDURES

1. Emergency Telephone Numbers
                        24-HOUR EMERGENCY CALL UP LIST
                                     A/C 217 unless listed

Phillip R. Anello – Local Emergency Management Coordinator                 424-1327

Decatur Fire Department                                                    429-5201

Decatur Police Department                                                  424-2711

Decatur Fire Department HazMat Team                                        429-5201

Macon County Sheriff Department                                            424-1327

State Police – District 10                                                 265-0110

Decatur Ambulance Service                                                  428-8641

Public Information Officer                                                 424-1327

Public Health Department                                                   423-6988

City of Decatur Street Department                                          875-4820

City of Decatur Water Department                                           875-5705

Sanitary District of Decatur                                               422-6931

Closest Hospital – St. Mary’s Hospital                                     464-2973

CHEMTREC                                                                 1-800-424-9300

Poison Control Center                                                    1-800-942-5969

National Weather Service                                                   732-4029

Decatur Municipal Airport                                                  428-8836

Illinois Central/Canadian National Railroad Dispatch                       362-5502

Norfolk Southern Railroad Dispatch                                         425-2060

Department of Agriculture                                                1-800-273-4763




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2. Facility Release Notification Requirements

 FACILITIES MUST PROVIDE IMMEDIATE NOTIFICATION OF A RELEASE TO THE
                             FOLLOWING

Decatur Fire Department                                                        911

Macon County Emergency Management Agency                                    424-1327

Illinois Emergency Management Agency (SERC) 2                               782-7860

National Response Center 2                                                1-800-424-8802
NOTES:
1 = to initiate implementation of facility-specific appendix
2 = EPCRA requirement




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