CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) has posted online updated inventory information of the warehouse that caught fire last month in Parkersburg.
The updated inventory, which has been shared with Incident Command and county officials, was provided by Intercontinental Export Import (IEI) in response to an order issued by WVDEP
The 69 safety data sheets, a map of the warehouse, and additional information totaling 551 pages of inventory details provided by IEI can be downloaded here on the WVDEP website:
Inventory File 1: Warehouse map, 23 safety data sheets (193
Inventory File 2: 46 safety data sheets (358 pages, 10MB).
IEI has also provided WVDEP a proposed Plan of Corrective Action (POCA), which is currently being reviewed by the agency’s Environmental Enforcement section.
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