1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Consent Decree CONSENT DECREE v. SAFEWAY INC., Defendant.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, ) ) ) ) ) ) )
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) ) UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
SAN FRANCISCO DIVISION

Case No.

1 2 3 4 5 6 IV. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 VIII. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 XV. 23 24 25 26 27 28 XVI. XVII. XVIII. XIX. XX. EFFECTIVE DATE ...............................................................................................22
RETENTION OF JURISDICTION .......................................................................22
MODIFICATION ..................................................................................................22
TERMINATION....................................................................................................22
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ..................................................................................23 ii Consent Decree
NOTICES...............................................................................................................21
IX. X. XI. XII. XIII. XIV. STIPULATED PENALTIES .................................................................................12 FORCE MAJEURE ...............................................................................................14 DISPUTE RESOLUTION .....................................................................................16 INFORMATION COLLECTION AND RETENTION ........................................18
EFFECT OF SETTLEMENT/RESERVATION OF RIGHTS ..............................19
COSTS ...................................................................................................................20



REPORTING REQUIREMENTS .........................................................................10
VII. V. VI. A. B. C. CIVIL PENALTIES.................................................................................................6 COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................6 Refrigerant Compliance Management System ............................................6 Corporate-Wide Leak Rate Reduction .........................................................7 Emissions Reductions at Highest-Emission Stores......................................8
PARTICIPATION IN RECOGNITION PROGRAMS .........................................10




DEFINITIONS.........................................................................................................3
I. II. III. TABLE OF CONTENTS
JURISDICTION, VENUE, AND NOTICE.............................................................2
APPLICABILITY....................................................................................................2 OBJECTIVES ..........................................................................................................3

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XXI. XXII.

SIGNATORIES/SERVICE....................................................................................23
INTEGRATION ....................................................................................................24
FINAL JUDGMENT .............................................................................................24
APPENDICES .......................................................................................................24

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WHEREAS, Plaintiff, the United States of America, on behalf of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”), has filed a Complaint in this action concurrently with this Consent Decree alleging that Defendant Safeway Inc. (“Safeway”) violated Section 608 of the Clean Air Act (“CAA” or the “Act”), 42 U.S.C. § 7671g, and the commercial refrigerant repair and recordkeeping regulations at 40 C.F.R. Part 82, Subpart F, §§ 82.150-82.169 (Recycling and Emissions Reduction); WHEREAS, the Complaint alleges that Safeway has failed to comply with the leak repair and/or recordkeeping requirements of 40 C.F.R. Part 82, Subpart F, at some or all of the grocery stores identified in Appendix A to this Consent Decree; WHEREAS, on November 1, 2007, EPA issued an information request to Safeway pursuant to Section 114 of the Act, 42 U.S.C. § 7414, regarding the repair of leaks from commercial refrigeration appliances normally containing more than 50 pounds of refrigerant that includes a class I or class II ozone-depleting substance, and EPA subsequently narrowed such request to cover 46 stores in California, Nevada, and Hawaii; WHEREAS, on April 21, 2008, and July 1, 2010, Safeway submitted its responses to EPA’s information request, including approximately 10,000 pages of equipment records; WHEREAS, the allegations in the Complaint are based on EPA’s analysis of the information contained in Safeway’s responses to EPA’s information request; WHEREAS, Safeway’s Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate for the calendar year 2012 was 25 percent; WHEREAS, Safeway disputes the allegations in the Complaint and does not admit any liability to the United States arising out of the transactions or occurrences alleged in the Complaint; WHEREAS, the Parties recognize, and the Court by entering this Consent Decree finds, that this Consent Decree has been negotiated by the Parties in good faith and will avoid litigation between the Parties and that this Consent Decree is fair, reasonable, and in the public interest; NOW, THEREFORE, before the taking of any testimony, without the adjudication of or admission of any issue of fact or law except as provided in Section I, and with the consent of the 1 Consent Decree

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Parties, IT IS HEREBY ADJUDGED, ORDERED, AND DECREED as follows: I. JURISDICTION, VENUE, AND NOTICE 1. This Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter of this action and over the

Parties pursuant to Section 113(b) of the Act, 42 U.S.C. § 7413(b), and 28 U.S.C. §§ 1331, 1345, and 1355. Venue lies in this district pursuant to Section 113(b) of the Act, 42 U.S.C. § 7413(b), and 28 U.S.C. §§ 1391(b) and 1395(a), because some of the alleged violations in the Complaint occurred in, and Safeway’s principal place of business is located in, this judicial district. For purposes of this Decree, or any action to enforce this Decree, Safeway consents to the Court’s jurisdiction over this Decree and any such action and over Safeway and consents to venue in this district. 2. The United States has given notice of the commencement of this action to the

applicable air pollution control agencies as required by Section 113(b) of the Act, 42 U.S.C. § 7413(b). II. APPLICABILITY 3. The obligations of this Consent Decree apply to and are binding upon the United

States, and upon Safeway and any successors, assigns, or other entities or persons otherwise bound by law. 4. Safeway shall provide a copy of this Consent Decree to all officers, employees,

and agents whose duties might reasonably include compliance with any provision of this Decree. 5. At least 30 days prior to any transfer of ownership or operation of a retail division

that includes one or more Stores covered by this Consent Decree, Safeway shall provide a copy of this Consent Decree to the proposed transferee. At least 15 days prior to the transfer, Safeway shall provide written notice of the prospective transfer to the United States in accordance with Section XV of this Decree (Notices), and shall submit to the United States a plan to ensure that (a) the Refrigerant Compliance Management System, or another refrigerant compliance management system approved by EPA, continues to be implemented at all stores in such retail division; and (b) the terms of Paragraph 16 of this Decree (Emissions Reductions at HighestEmission Stores) are implemented notwithstanding the transfer, provided that, in place of 2 Consent Decree

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Highest-Emission Stores that are transferred, Safeway may achieve reductions required under Paragraph 16(b) from Stores that are not transferred. Any attempt to transfer ownership or operation of a retail division without complying with this Paragraph constitutes a violation of this Decree. 6. In any action to enforce this Consent Decree, Safeway shall not raise as a defense

the failure by any of its officers, directors, employees, agents, or contractors to take any actions necessary to comply with the provisions of this Consent Decree. III. OBJECTIVES 7. The objectives of this Consent Decree are: (a) to further the goals of Subchapter

VI of the Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 7671-7671q, and EPA’s commercial refrigerant repair and recordkeeping regulations at 40 C.F.R. Part 82, Subpart F, and (b) to resolve the civil claims of the United States as provided in Section XIII (Effect of Settlement/Reservation of Rights). IV. DEFINITIONS 8. Terms used in this Consent Decree that are defined in the Act or in regulations

promulgated pursuant to the Act shall have the meanings assigned to them in the Act or such regulations as of the date of lodging of this Decree, unless otherwise provided in this Decree. Whenever the terms set forth below are used in this Consent Decree, the following definitions shall apply: a. b. action; c. “Consent Decree” or “Decree” shall mean this Decree and all appendices “Appliance” shall have the definition provided in 40 C.F.R. § 82.152; “Complaint” shall mean the complaint filed by the United States in this

attached hereto (listed in Section XXIV); d. “Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate” for a given calendar year shall

mean the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances at all Stores during the period of Safeway’s ownership or operation in such calendar year divided by the total Full Charge of all Covered Appliances at all Stores during such calendar year. For purposes of this subparagraph, the “total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances” 3 Consent Decree

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shall not include (i) the initial charge of Refrigerant added to any new Covered Appliance; (ii) where Refrigerant has been recovered from an existing Covered Appliance in compliance with 40 C.F.R. § 82.156, the amount of any Refrigerant used to recharge such Covered Appliance, up to the amount of Refrigerant recovered; or (iii) the amount of any Refrigerant added to a Covered Appliance to replace Refrigerant released as the result of an event that is determined by EPA or the Court to constitute a force majeure event under Section X of this Consent Decree (Force Majeure). For purposes of this subparagraph, the “total Full Charge of all Covered Appliances” shall include the Full Charge of any appliance that was at one time a Covered Appliance and that, after the Effective Date of the Consent Decree, has been retrofitted to use, or replaced by an appliance that uses, refrigerant that does not consist in part or whole of a class I or class II ozonedepleting substance, or that has been retired. e. “Covered Appliance” shall mean a commercial refrigeration Appliance

with a Full Charge of more than 50 pounds of Refrigerant; f. “Day” shall mean a calendar day. In computing any period of time under

this Consent Decree, where the last day would fall on a Saturday, Sunday, or federal holiday, the period shall run until the close of business of the next business day; g. h. “Effective Date” shall have the definition provided in Section XVI; “EPA” shall mean the United States Environmental Protection Agency

and any successor departments or agencies of the United States; i. j. “Full Charge” shall have the definition provided in 40 C.F.R. § 82.152; “Highest-Emission Stores,” for a given calendar year, shall mean those

Stores with Storewide Average Leak Rates in the 90th percentile or above out of all Stores for such calendar year. To determine which Stores are Highest-Emission Stores, Safeway shall (i) prepare a list of all Stores for that calendar year; (ii) calculate the Storewide Average Leak Rate for each Store; (iii) rank each Store by Storewide Average Leak Rate, from highest to lowest; and (iv) identify those Stores with Storewide Average Leak Rates in the 90th percentile or above; k. “Paragraph” shall mean a portion of this Decree identified by an Arabic 4 Consent Decree

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numeral or an upper or lower case letter; l. m. n. “Parties” shall mean the United States and Safeway; “Refrigerant” shall have the definition provided in 40 C.F.R. § 82.152; “Refrigerant Compliance Management System” shall mean the system

described in a Refrigerant Compliance Plan (attached as Appendix B to this Consent Decree) prepared by Safeway and approved by EPA that is directed at assuring compliance with 40 C.F.R. Part 82, Subpart F, at the Stores, and any subsequent amendments or changes to such system made in accordance with Paragraph 13 of this Consent Decree; o. p. numeral; q. “Store” shall mean any grocery store owned or operated by Safeway in the “Safeway” shall mean Defendant Safeway Inc.; “Section” shall mean a portion of this Decree identified by a Roman

United States as of the date in question that contains one or more Covered Appliances, but shall not include any grocery store in Safeway’s Dominick’s Division; r. “Storewide Average Leak Rate” for a given Store and calendar year shall

mean the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances at such Store during the period of Safeway’s ownership or operation in such calendar year divided by the total Full Charge of all Covered Appliances at such Store during such calendar year. For purposes of this subparagraph, the “total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances” shall not include (i) the initial charge of Refrigerant added to any new Covered Appliance; (ii) where Refrigerant has been recovered from an existing Covered Appliance in compliance with 40 C.F.R. § 82.156, the amount of any Refrigerant used to recharge such Covered Appliance, up to the amount of Refrigerant recovered; or (iii) the amount of any Refrigerant added to a Covered Appliance to replace Refrigerant released as the result of an event that is determined by EPA or the Court to constitute a force majeure event under Section X of this Consent Decree (Force Majeure). For purposes of this subparagraph, the “total Full Charge of all Covered Appliances” shall include the Full Charge of any appliance that was at one time a Covered Appliance and that, after the Effective Date of the Consent Decree, has been retrofitted 5 Consent Decree

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to use, or replaced by an appliance that uses, refrigerant that does not consist in part or whole of a class I or class II ozone-depleting substance, or that has been retired; and s. of EPA. V. CIVIL PENALTIES 9. Within 30 days after the Effective Date of this Consent Decree, Safeway shall pay “United States” shall mean the United States of America, acting on behalf

the sum of $600,000 as civil penalties. 10. Safeway shall pay the civil penalties due by FedWire Electronic Funds Transfer

(“EFT”) to the U.S. Department of Justice in accordance with written instructions to be provided to Safeway after the Effective Date by the Financial Litigation Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California. At the time of payment, Safeway shall send a copy of the EFT authorization form and the EFT transaction record, together with a transmittal letter, which shall state that the payment is for the civil penalties owed pursuant to the Consent Decree in United States v. Safeway Inc., and shall reference the civil action number and DOJ case number 90-5-2-1-09644, to the United States in accordance with Section XV of this Decree (Notices); by email to acctsreceivable.CINWD@epa.gov; and by mail to: EPA Cincinnati Finance Office
26 Martin Luther King Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45268
11. Safeway shall not deduct any penalties paid under this Consent Decree pursuant

to this Section or Section IX (Stipulated Penalties) in calculating its federal income tax. VI. COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS A. Refrigerant Compliance Management System 12. Starting no later than 30 days after the Effective Date, Safeway shall implement

the Refrigerant Compliance Management System at all Stores owned or operated by Safeway. 13. Prior to implementing any amendments or changes to its Refrigerant Compliance

Management System, Safeway shall submit a revised Refrigerant Compliance Plan to EPA along with a letter identifying the amendments or changes. Safeway shall implement its amended or changed Refrigerant Compliance Management System unless and until EPA notifies Safeway in 6 Consent Decree

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writing that it disapproves such amendments or changes and provides written comments. Within 30 days of receiving EPA’s written notification, Safeway shall either (i) revise the Refrigerant Compliance Plan consistent with EPA’s written comments and submit the revised Refrigerant Compliance Plan to EPA, or (ii) invoke Dispute Resolution under Section XI of this Consent Decree. B. Corporate-Wide Leak Rate Reduction 14. Safeway shall achieve a Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate that is at or below 18

percent for the calendar year 2015. 15. If Safeway fails to achieve a Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate that is at or

below 18 percent for the calendar year 2015 in accordance with Paragraph 14, Safeway shall take the following measures: a. Consent Decree. b. By March 1, 2016, Safeway shall submit to EPA a proposed Corrective Safeway shall pay stipulated penalties pursuant to Section IX of this

Action Plan for approval pursuant to this Consent Decree. The proposed Corrective Action Plan shall include a description of all actions taken or to be taken to ensure that Safeway achieves a Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate that is at or below 18 percent for the calendar year 2016, and, with respect to actions not already completed, the schedule for their implementation. c. EPA shall, in writing, either approve the proposed Corrective Action Plan

or disapprove it and provide written comments. Within 30 days of receiving EPA’s written comments, Safeway shall either (i) revise the Corrective Action Plan consistent with EPA’s written comments and submit the revised Corrective Action Plan to EPA for final approval, or (ii) invoke Dispute Resolution under Section XI of this Consent Decree. To the extent the proposed Corrective Action Plan requires action prior to receipt of EPA’s approval or disapproval, Safeway shall implement the proposed Corrective Action Plan in accordance with the schedule set forth therein until EPA approves a Corrective Action Plan or a Corrective Action Plan is completed pursuant to Dispute Resolution. d. Upon receipt of EPA’s final approval of the Corrective Action Plan, or 7 Consent Decree

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upon completion of the Corrective Action Plan pursuant to Dispute Resolution, Safeway shall implement the Corrective Action Plan in accordance with the schedule set forth therein. e. Safeway shall achieve a Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate that is at or

below 18 percent for the calendar year 2016. f. If Safeway fails to achieve a Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate that is at

or below 18 percent for the calendar year 2016, Safeway shall continue to take the measures set forth in Paragraph 15 each subsequent year until it achieves a Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate that is at or below 18 percent for a calendar year. C. Emissions Reductions at Highest-Emission Stores 16. In calendar years 2013, 2014, and 2015, Safeway shall take the following steps to

achieve a reduction in the aggregate Refrigerant use at its Highest-Emission Stores: a. Within 60 days after the Effective Date of the Consent Decree, and no

later than March 1 of each year after the year of the Effective Date, Safeway shall (i) identify its Highest-Emission Stores for the prior calendar year (the “baseline year”), and (ii) calculate the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added during the baseline year to all Covered Appliances at such Highest-Emission Stores. b. During the calendar year after the baseline year (the “target year”),

Safeway shall achieve a reduction of at least 10 percent in the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances at the baseline year’s Highest-Emission Stores. c. In calculating the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added during the

baseline year and the target year, Safeway shall not include (i) the initial charge of Refrigerant added to any new Covered Appliance; (ii) where Refrigerant has been recovered from an existing Covered Appliance in compliance with 40 C.F.R. § 82.156, the amount of any Refrigerant used to recharge such Covered Appliance, up to the amount of Refrigerant recovered; or (iii) the amount of any Refrigerant added to a Covered Appliance to replace Refrigerant released as the result of an event that is determined by EPA or the Court to constitute a force majeure event under Section X of this Consent Decree (Force Majeure). 17. If, during any target year, Safeway fails to comply with Paragraph 16(b), Safeway 8 Consent Decree

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shall take the following measures: a. Consent Decree. b. By March 1 of the year after the target year, Safeway shall submit to EPA Safeway shall pay stipulated penalties pursuant to Section IX of this

a proposed Corrective Action Plan for approval pursuant to this Consent Decree. The proposed Corrective Action Plan shall include a description of all actions taken or to be taken to ensure that Safeway, during the calendar year after the target year, achieves a reduction of at least 10 percent in the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances at the baseline year’s Highest-Emission Stores, and, with respect to actions not already completed, the schedule for their implementation. c. EPA shall, in writing, either approve the proposed Corrective Action Plan

or disapprove it and provide written comments. Within 30 days of receiving EPA’s written comments, Safeway shall either (i) revise the Corrective Action Plan consistent with EPA’s written comments and submit the revised Corrective Action Plan to EPA for final approval, or (ii) invoke Dispute Resolution under Section XI of this Consent Decree. To the extent the proposed Corrective Action Plan requires action prior to receipt of EPA’s approval or disapproval, Safeway shall implement the proposed Corrective Action Plan in accordance with the schedule set forth therein until EPA approves a Corrective Action Plan or a Corrective Action Plan is completed pursuant to Dispute Resolution. d. Upon receipt of EPA’s final approval of the Corrective Action Plan, or

upon completion of the Corrective Action Plan pursuant to Dispute Resolution, Safeway shall implement the Corrective Action Plan in accordance with the schedule set forth therein. e. Safeway shall, during the calendar year after the target year, achieve a

reduction of at least 10 percent in the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances at the baseline year’s Highest-Emission Stores. 18. Safeway shall continue to take the measures set forth in Paragraph 17 each

subsequent year until, during a calendar year, it achieves a reduction of at least 10 percent in the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances at the baseline year’s 9 Consent Decree

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Highest-Emission Stores. VII. PARTICIPATION IN RECOGNITION PROGRAMS 19. Safeway shall not seek partnership in any federal or state recognition program

relating to ozone-depleting substances, including EPA’s GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership, until termination of this Consent Decree. This Paragraph shall not be construed to prohibit Safeway from: (i) exchanging data or information with or through any such recognition program; and/or (ii) seeking certification for newly constructed or significantly remodeled stores. 20. Safeway shall not at any time use or rely on measures taken in order to comply

with the obligations of Section VI of this Consent Decree, or on any reduction in its CorporateWide Average Leak Rate or any Storewide Average Leak Rate achieved pursuant to this Consent Decree, as the basis for participation in any federal or state recognition program. VIII. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS 21. Within 60 days after the Effective Date of the Consent Decree, and no later than

March 1 of each year after the year of the Effective Date, continuing until the Parties have submitted for the Court’s approval a joint stipulation terminating the Consent Decree pursuant to Paragraph 73, Safeway shall submit to the United States a Compliance Report that includes the following information for the prior calendar year: a. b. c. each Store; d. e. f. Leak Rates; g. the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances the Storewide Average Leak Rate for each Store; the Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate; identification of the Highest-Emission Stores and their Storewide Average a list of all Stores, specially noting all openings and closings; the Full Charge, in pounds, of each Covered Appliance at each Store; the number of pounds of Refrigerant added to each Covered Appliance at

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at the Highest-Emission Stores identified in the Compliance Report covering the calendar year preceding the prior calendar year (not required for Safeway’s initial Compliance Report); i. a statement identifying whether Safeway met the requirement for

emissions reductions at Highest-Emission Stores set forth in Paragraph 16 (not required for Safeway’s initial Compliance Report); j. a statement identifying whether Safeway met the requirement for

emissions reductions at Highest-Emission Stores set forth in Paragraph 17(e) or 18, as applicable (not required for Safeway’s initial two Compliance Reports); k. a certification that Safeway has complied with the Refrigerant Compliance

Plan during the prior calendar year, or a description of all incidences of noncompliance with the Refrigerant Compliance Plan during the prior calendar year and a certification that Safeway has otherwise complied with the Refrigerant Compliance Plan (not required for Safeway’s initial Compliance Report); and l. an affirmative statement regarding Safeway’s compliance or

noncompliance with 40 C.F.R. Part 82, Subpart F, at the Stores during the prior calendar year (not required for Safeway’s initial Compliance Report). 22. Data in each Compliance Report submitted by Safeway under this Section shall be

in Microsoft Excel or equivalent spreadsheet form. Safeway shall submit each Compliance Report to the United States in electronic form in accordance with the requirements of Section XV of this Consent Decree. 23. Each Compliance Report submitted by Safeway under this Section shall be signed

by a Safeway official and shall include the following certification: I certify under penalty of law that this document and all attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision in accordance with a system designed to assure that qualified personnel properly gather and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the information, the information submitted is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment for knowing violations. 11 Consent Decree

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Whenever any violation of this Consent Decree or any other event affecting

Safeway’s performance under this Decree, or the performance of its Stores, may pose an immediate threat to the public health or welfare or the environment, Safeway shall notify EPA orally or by electronic or facsimile transmission as soon as possible, but no later than 24 hours after Safeway first knew of the violation or event. Notification to an applicable national reporting hotline, such as the National Response Center, shall suffice to meet this requirement. This procedure is in addition to the requirements set forth in Paragraphs 21 through 23. 25. The reporting requirements of this Consent Decree do not relieve Safeway of any

reporting obligations required by the Clean Air Act or implementing regulations, or by any other federal, state, or local law, regulation, permit, or other requirement. 26. Any information provided pursuant to this Consent Decree may be used by the

United States in any proceeding to enforce the provisions of this Consent Decree and as otherwise permitted by law. IX. STIPULATED PENALTIES 27. Safeway shall be liable for stipulated penalties to the United States for violations

of this Consent Decree as specified below, unless excused under Section X (Force Majeure). A violation includes failing to perform any obligation required by the terms of this Decree, including any work plan or schedule approved under this Decree, according to all applicable requirements of this Decree and within the specified time schedules established by or approved under this Decree. 28. Payment of Civil Penalties. If Safeway fails to pay the civil penalties required to

be paid under Section V of this Decree (Civil Penalties) when due, Safeway shall pay a stipulated penalty of $2,500 per day for each day that the payment is late. 29. Refrigerant Compliance Management System. For each failure to implement the

Refrigerant Compliance Management System at a Store as required by Paragraph 12, Safeway shall pay a stipulated penalty of $500 per violation per Store per day. 30. Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate. If Safeway fails to achieve a Corporate-

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with Paragraph 14, Safeway shall: (a) pay a stipulated penalty of $100,000, and (b) pay a stipulated penalty of $150,000 for each subsequent calendar year until Safeway achieves a Corporate-Wide Average Leak Rate that is at or below 18 percent. 31. Emissions Reductions at Highest-Emission Stores. If, during any target year,

Safeway fails to achieve a reduction of at least 10 percent in the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances at the baseline year’s Highest-Emission Stores as required by Paragraph 16(b), Safeway shall: (a) pay a stipulated penalty of $25,000 per year, and (b) pay a stipulated penalty of $40,000 for each calendar year after the target year in which Safeway fails to achieve a reduction of at least 10 percent in the total number of pounds of Refrigerant added to all Covered Appliances at the baseline year’s Highest-Emission Stores. 32. Reporting Requirements. For each failure to comply with the requirements of

Section VIII of this Consent Decree within the specified time schedules established by this Decree, Safeway shall pay a stipulated penalty of $1,000 per violation per day. 33. Stipulated penalties under this Section shall begin to accrue on the day after

performance is due or on the day a violation occurs, whichever is applicable, and shall continue to accrue until performance is satisfactorily completed or until the violation ceases. Stipulated penalties shall accrue simultaneously for separate violations of this Consent Decree. 34. Safeway shall pay any stipulated penalty within 30 days of receiving the United

States’ written demand. 35. The United States may, in the unreviewable exercise of its discretion, reduce or

waive stipulated penalties otherwise due it under this Consent Decree. 36. Stipulated penalties shall continue to accrue as provided in Paragraph 33 during

any Dispute Resolution, but need not be paid until the following: a. If the dispute is resolved by agreement or by a decision of EPA that is not

appealed to the Court, Safeway shall pay accrued penalties determined to be owing, together with interest, to the United States within 30 days of the effective date of the agreement or the receipt of EPA’s decision or order. b. If the dispute is appealed to the Court and the United States prevails in 13 Consent Decree

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whole or in part, Safeway shall pay all accrued penalties determined by the Court to be owing, together with interest, within 60 days of receiving the Court’s decision or order, except as provided in subparagraph (c), below. c. If any Party appeals the District Court’s decision, Safeway shall pay all

accrued penalties determined to be owing, together with interest, within 15 days of receiving the final appellate court decision. 37. Safeway shall pay stipulated penalties owing to the United States in the manner

set forth and with the confirmation notices required by Paragraph 10, except that the transmittal letter shall state that the payment is for stipulated penalties and shall state for which violation(s) the penalties are being paid. 38. If Safeway fails to pay stipulated penalties according to the terms of this Consent

Decree, Safeway shall be liable for interest on such penalties, as provided for in 28 U.S.C. § 1961, accruing as of the date payment became due. Nothing in this Paragraph shall be construed to limit the United States from seeking any remedy otherwise provided by law for Safeway’s failure to pay any stipulated penalties. 39. Subject to the provisions of Section XIII of this Consent Decree (Effect of

Settlement/Reservation of Rights), the stipulated penalties provided for in this Decree shall be in addition to any other rights, remedies, or sanctions available to the United States for Safeway’s violation of this Decree or applicable law. Where a violation of this Consent Decree is also a violation of Section 608 of the Act or 40 C.F.R. Part 82, Subpart F, Safeway shall be allowed a credit, for any stipulated penalties paid, against any statutory penalties imposed for such violation. X. FORCE MAJEURE 40. “Force majeure,” for purposes of this Consent Decree, is defined as any event

arising from causes beyond the control of Safeway, of any entity controlled by Safeway, or of Safeway’s contractors, that impedes – i.e., delays or prevents – the performance of any obligation under this Consent Decree despite Safeway’s best efforts to fulfill the obligation. The requirement that Safeway exercise “best efforts to fulfill the obligation” includes using best 14 Consent Decree

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efforts to anticipate any potential force majeure event and best efforts to address the effects of any such event (a) as it is occurring and (b) after it has occurred to prevent or minimize any resulting impedance to the greatest extent possible. “Force Majeure” does not include Safeway’s financial inability to perform any obligation under this Consent Decree. 41. If any event occurs or has occurred that may impede the performance of any

obligation under this Consent Decree, whether or not caused by a force majeure event, Safeway shall provide notice orally or by electronic or facsimile transmission to EPA, within seven days of when Safeway first knew that the event might cause an impedance. Within 30 days thereafter, Safeway shall provide in writing to EPA an explanation and description of the reasons for the impedance; the duration or anticipated duration of the impedance; all actions taken or to be taken to prevent or minimize the impedance; a schedule for implementation of any measures taken or to be taken to prevent or mitigate the impedance or the effect of the impedance; Safeway’s rationale for attributing such impedance to a force majeure event if it intends to assert such a claim; and a statement as to whether, in the opinion of Safeway, such event may cause or contribute to an endangerment to public health, welfare or the environment. Safeway shall include with any notice all available documentation supporting the claim that the impedance was attributable to a force majeure. Failure to comply with the above requirements shall preclude Safeway from asserting any claim of force majeure for that event for the period of time of such failure to comply, and for any additional impedance caused by such failure. Safeway shall be deemed to know of any circumstance of which Safeway, any entity controlled by Safeway, or Safeway’s contractors knew or should have known. 42. If EPA agrees that the impedance or anticipated impedance is attributable to a

force majeure event, EPA will extend the time for performance of the obligations under this Consent Decree that are affected by the force majeure event for such time as is necessary to complete those obligations and/or reduce or waive stipulated penalties otherwise due under this Decree as a result of Safeway’s failure to perform such obligations. An extension of the time for performance of the obligations affected by the force majeure event shall not, of itself, extend the time for performance of any other obligation. EPA will notify Safeway in writing of its decision, 15 Consent Decree

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including the length of any extension for performance of the obligations affected by the force majeure event. 43. If EPA does not agree that the impedance or anticipated impedance has been or

will be caused by a force majeure event, EPA will notify Safeway in writing of its decision. 44. If Safeway elects to invoke the dispute resolution procedures set forth in Section

XI (Dispute Resolution), it shall do so no later than 30 days after receipt of EPA’s notice. In any such proceeding, Safeway shall have the burden of demonstrating by a preponderance of the evidence that the impedance or anticipated impedance has been or will be caused by a force majeure event, that the duration of the impedance or the relief sought was or will be warranted under the circumstances, that best efforts were exercised to avoid and mitigate the effects of the impedance, and that Safeway complied with the requirements of Paragraphs 40 and 41, above. If Safeway carries this burden, the impedance at issue shall be deemed not to be a violation by Safeway of the affected obligation of this Consent Decree identified to EPA and the Court. XI. DISPUTE RESOLUTION 45. Unless otherwise expressly provided for in this Consent Decree, the dispute

resolution procedures of this Section shall be the exclusive mechanism to resolve disputes arising under or with respect to this Consent Decree. Safeway’s failure to seek resolution of a dispute under this Section shall preclude Safeway from raising any such issue as a defense to an action by the United States to enforce any obligation of Safeway arising under this Decree. 46. Informal Dispute Resolution. Any dispute subject to Dispute Resolution under

this Consent Decree shall first be the subject of informal negotiations. The dispute shall be considered to have arisen when Safeway sends the United States a written Notice of Dispute. Such Notice of Dispute shall state clearly the matter in dispute. The period of informal negotiations shall not exceed 20 days from the date the dispute arises, unless that period is modified by written agreement. If the Parties cannot resolve a dispute by informal negotiations, then the position advanced by the United States shall be considered binding unless, within 30 days after the conclusion of the informal negotiation period, Safeway invokes formal dispute resolution procedures as set forth below. 16 Consent Decree

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Formal Dispute Resolution.

Safeway shall invoke formal dispute resolution

procedures, within the time period provided in the preceding Paragraph, by serving on the United States a written Statement of Position regarding the matter in dispute. The Statement of Position shall include, but need not be limited to, any factual data, analysis, or opinion supporting Safeway’s position and any supporting documentation relied upon by Safeway. 48. The United States shall serve its Statement of Position within 30 days of receipt of

Safeway’s Statement of Position. The United States’ Statement of Position shall include, but need not be limited to, any factual data, analysis, or opinion supporting that position and any supporting documentation relied upon by the United States. The United States’ Statement of Position shall be binding on Safeway, unless Safeway files a motion for judicial review of the dispute in accordance with the following Paragraph. 49. Safeway may seek judicial review of the dispute by filing with the Court and

serving on the United States, in accordance with Section XV of this Consent Decree (Notices), a motion requesting judicial resolution of the dispute. The motion must be filed within 30 days of receipt of the United States’ Statement of Position pursuant to the preceding Paragraph. The motion shall contain a written statement of Safeway’s position on the matter in dispute, including any supporting factual data, analysis, opinion, or documentation, and shall set forth the relief requested and any schedule within which the dispute must be resolved for orderly implementation of the Consent Decree. 50. The United States shall respond to Safeway’s motion within the time period

allowed by the Local Rules of this Court. Safeway may file a reply memorandum, to the extent permitted by the Local Rules. 51. Standard of Review. Except as otherwise provided in this Consent Decree, in any

dispute brought under Paragraph 47, Safeway shall bear the burden of demonstrating that its position complies with this Consent Decree and that it is entitled to relief under applicable principles of law. In their initial filings with the Court under Paragraphs 49 and 50, the Parties shall state their respective positions as to the applicable standard of law for resolving the dispute. 52. The invocation of dispute resolution procedures under this Section shall not, by 17 Consent Decree

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itself, extend, postpone, or affect in any way any obligation of Safeway under this Consent Decree, unless and until final resolution of the dispute so provides. Stipulated penalties with respect to the disputed matter shall continue to accrue from the first day of noncompliance, but payment shall be stayed pending resolution of the dispute as provided in Paragraph 36. If Safeway does not prevail on the disputed issue, stipulated penalties shall be assessed and paid as provided in Section IX (Stipulated Penalties). XII. INFORMATION COLLECTION AND RETENTION 53. The United States and its representatives, including attorneys, contractors, and

consultants, shall have the right of entry into any Store covered by this Consent Decree, at all reasonable times, upon presentation of credentials, to: a. b. monitor the progress of activities required under this Consent Decree; verify any data or information submitted to the United States in

accordance with the terms of this Consent Decree; c. d. 54. obtain documentary evidence, including photographs and similar data; and assess Safeway’s compliance with this Consent Decree.

Until five years after the termination of this Consent Decree, Safeway shall retain,

and shall instruct its contractors and agents to preserve, all documents, records, or other information (including documents, records, or other information in electronic form) necessary to demonstrate Safeway’s performance of its obligations under this Consent Decree. This information-retention requirement shall apply regardless of any contrary corporate or institutional policies or procedures. At any time during this information-retention period, upon request by the United States, Safeway shall provide copies of any documents, records, or other information required to be maintained under this Paragraph. 55. At the conclusion of the information-retention period provided in the preceding

Paragraph, Safeway shall notify the United States at least 90 days prior to the destruction of any documents, records, or other information subject to the requirements of the preceding Paragraph and, upon request by the United States, Safeway shall deliver any such documents, records, or other information to EPA. Safeway may assert that certain documents, records, or other 18 Consent Decree

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information is privileged under the attorney-client privilege or any other privilege recognized by federal law. If Safeway asserts such a privilege, it shall provide the following: (1) the title of the document, record, or information; (2) the date of the document, record, or information; (3) the name and title of each author of the document, record, or information; (4) the name and title of each addressee and recipient; (5) a description of the subject of the document, record, or information; and (6) the privilege asserted by Safeway. However, no documents, records, or other information required to be created or generated under this Consent Decree shall be withheld on grounds of privilege. 56. Safeway may also assert that information required to be provided under this

Section is protected as Confidential Business Information (“CBI”) under 40 C.F.R. Part 2. As to any information that Safeway seeks to protect as CBI, Safeway shall follow the procedures set forth in 40 C.F.R. Part 2. 57. This Consent Decree in no way limits or affects any right of entry and inspection,

or any right to obtain information, held by the United States pursuant to applicable federal laws, regulations, or permits, nor does it limit or affect any duty or obligation of Safeway to maintain documents, records, or other information imposed by applicable federal or state laws, regulations, or permits. XIII. EFFECT OF SETTLEMENT/RESERVATION OF RIGHTS 58. This Consent Decree resolves the civil claims of the United States against

Safeway for any violations of 40 C.F.R. §§ 82.156(i), 82.166(k), or 82.166(m) at the Stores arising out of facts and events that occurred prior to the date of lodging, including the civil claims of the United States for the violations alleged in the Complaint through the date of lodging. 59. The United States reserves all legal and equitable remedies available to enforce

the provisions of this Consent Decree, except as expressly stated in Paragraph 58. This Consent Decree shall not be construed to limit the rights of the United States to obtain penalties or injunctive relief under the Act or implementing regulations, or under other federal laws, regulations, or permit conditions, except as expressly specified in Paragraph 58. 19 Consent Decree

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In any subsequent administrative or judicial proceeding initiated by the United

States for injunctive relief, civil penalties, or other appropriate relief relating to the Stores, Safeway shall not assert, and may not maintain, any defense or claim based upon the principles of waiver, res judicata, collateral estoppel, issue preclusion, claim preclusion, claim-splitting, or other defenses based upon any contention that the claims raised by the United States in the subsequent proceeding were or should have been brought in the instant case, except with respect to claims that have been specifically resolved pursuant to Paragraph 58. 61. This Consent Decree is not a permit, or a modification of any permit, under any

federal, state, or local laws or regulations. Safeway is responsible for achieving and maintaining complete compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and permits; and Safeway’s compliance with this Consent Decree shall be no defense to any action commenced pursuant to any such laws, regulations, or permits, except as set forth herein. The United States does not, by its consent to the entry of this Consent Decree, warrant or aver in any manner that Safeway’s compliance with any aspect of this Consent Decree will result in compliance with provisions of the Act, 42 U.S.C. § 7401 et seq., or with any other provisions of federal, state, or local laws, regulations, or permits. 62. This Consent Decree does not limit or affect the rights of Safeway or of the

United States against any third parties, not party to this Consent Decree, nor does it limit the rights of third parties, not party to this Consent Decree, against Safeway, except as otherwise provided by law. 63. This Consent Decree shall not be construed to create rights in, or grant any cause

of action to, any third party not party to this Consent Decree. XIV. COSTS 64. The Parties shall bear their own costs of this action, including attorney’s fees,

except that the United States shall be entitled to collect the costs (including attorney’s fees) incurred in any judicial enforcement action necessary to collect any portion of the civil penalties or any stipulated penalties due but not paid by Safeway.

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XV. NOTICES
Unless otherwise specified herein, whenever notifications, submissions, or

communications are required by this Consent Decree, they shall be made in writing and addressed as follows: For notifications, submissions, or communications to the United States: Chief, Environmental Enforcement Section Environment and Natural Resources Division U.S. Department of Justice P.O. Box 7611 Ben Franklin Station Washington, DC 20044-7611 eescasemanagement.enrd@usdoj.gov Re: DOJ No. 90-5-2-1-09644 and Brian Riedel (riedel.brian@epa.gov) Joel Jones (jones.joel@epa.gov) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region IX 75 Hawthorne Street San Francisco, CA 94105 For notifications, submissions, or communications to EPA: Brian Riedel (riedel.brian@epa.gov) Joel Jones (jones.joel@epa.gov) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region IX 75 Hawthorne Street San Francisco, CA 94105 For notifications, submissions, or communications to Safeway: Valerie D. Lewis Senior Corporate Counsel Safeway Inc. 5918 Stoneridge Mall Road Pleasanton, CA 94588 valerie.lewis@safeway.com

Any Party may, by written notice to the other Parties, change its designated notice

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Notices submitted pursuant to this Section shall be deemed submitted upon

mailing or electronic mailing, as applicable, unless otherwise provided in this Consent Decree or by mutual agreement of the Parties in writing. XVI. EFFECTIVE DATE 68. The Effective Date of this Consent Decree shall be the date upon which this

Decree is entered by the Court or a motion to enter the Decree is granted, whichever occurs first, as recorded on the Court’s docket. XVII. RETENTION OF JURISDICTION 69. The Court shall retain jurisdiction over this case until termination of this Consent

Decree, for the purpose of resolving disputes arising under this Decree or entering orders modifying this Decree, pursuant to Sections XI and XVIII, or effectuating or enforcing compliance with the terms of this Decree. XVIII. MODIFICATION 70. The terms of this Consent Decree, including any attached appendices, may be

modified only by a subsequent written agreement signed by the Parties. Where the modification constitutes a material change to this Decree, it shall be effective only upon approval by the Court. 71. Any disputes concerning modification of this Decree shall be resolved pursuant to

Section XI of this Decree (Dispute Resolution), provided, however, that, instead of the burden of proof provided by Paragraph 51, the Party seeking the modification bears the burden of demonstrating that it is entitled to the requested modification in accordance with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b). XIX. TERMINATION 72. After Safeway has completed the requirements of Section VI (Compliance

Requirements) of this Consent Decree, has complied with all other requirements of this Decree, and has paid the civil penalties and any accrued stipulated penalties as required by this Decree, Safeway may serve upon the United States a Request for Termination, stating that Safeway has satisfied those requirements, together with all necessary supporting documentation. 22 Consent Decree

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73.

Following receipt by the United States of Safeway’s Request for Termination, the

Parties shall confer informally concerning the Request and any disagreement that the Parties may have as to whether Safeway has satisfactorily complied with the requirements for termination of this Consent Decree. If the United States agrees that the Consent Decree may be terminated, the Parties shall submit, for the Court’s approval, a joint stipulation terminating the Decree. 74. If the United States does not agree that the Consent Decree may be terminated,

Safeway may invoke Dispute Resolution under Section XI of this Decree. However, Safeway shall not seek Dispute Resolution of any dispute regarding termination, under Paragraph 47 of Section XI, until 60 days after service of its Request for Termination. XX. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 75. This Consent Decree shall be lodged with the Court for a period of not less than

30 days for public notice and comment in accordance with 28 C.F.R. § 50.7. The United States reserves the right to withdraw or withhold its consent if the comments regarding the Consent Decree disclose facts or considerations indicating that the Consent Decree is inappropriate, improper, or inadequate. Safeway consents to entry of this Consent Decree without further notice and agrees not to withdraw from or oppose entry of this Consent Decree by the Court or to challenge any provision of the Decree, unless the United States has notified Safeway in writing that it no longer supports entry of the Decree. XXI. SIGNATORIES/SERVICE 76. Each undersigned representative of Safeway and the Assistant Attorney General

for the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the Department of Justice certifies that he or she is fully authorized to enter into the terms and conditions of this Consent Decree and to execute and legally bind the Party he or she represents to this document. 77. This Consent Decree may be signed in counterparts, and its validity shall not be

challenged on that basis. Safeway agrees to accept service of process by mail with respect to all matters arising under or relating to this Consent Decree and to waive the formal service requirements set forth in Rules 4 and 5 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and any applicable Local Rules of this Court including, but not limited to, service of a summons. 23 Consent Decree

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XXII. INTEGRATION
This Consent Decree constitutes the final, complete, and exclusive agreement and

understanding among the Parties with respect to the settlement embodied in the Decree and supersedes all prior agreements and understandings, whether oral or written, concerning the settlement embodied herein. Other than deliverables that are subsequently submitted and approved pursuant to this Consent Decree, no other document, nor any representation, inducement, agreement, understanding, or promise, constitutes any part of this Decree or the settlement it represents, nor shall it be used in construing the terms of this Decree. XXIII. FINAL JUDGMENT Upon approval and entry of this Consent Decree by the Court, this Consent

Decree shall constitute a final judgment of the Court as to the United States and Safeway. XXIV. APPENDICES The following appendices are attached to and part of this Consent Decree:

“Appendix A” is the list of Stores as of the date of lodging of the Consent Decree. “Appendix B” is the Refrigerant Compliance Plan.

Dated and entered this ______ day of _____________________, 20____.

______________________________________ United States District Judge Northern District of California

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THE UNDERSIGNED PARTIES enter into this Consent Decree in the matter of United States v. Safeway Inc. (N.D. Cal.): FOR PLAINTIFF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:

______________________________________ ROBERT G. DREHER Acting Assistant Attorney General Environment and Natural Resources Division

______________________________________ MARK SABATH Trial Attorney Environmental Enforcement Section Environment and Natural Resources Division U.S. Department of Justice P.O. Box 7611 Washington, DC 20044-7611 (202) 514-1196

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THE UNDERSIGNED PARTIES enter into this Consent Decree in the matter of United States v. Safeway Inc. (N.D. Cal.): FOR PLAINTIFF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:

______________________________________ SUSAN SHINKMAN, Director Office of Civil Enforcement Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20460

______________________________________ PHILLIP BROOKS Director, Air Enforcement Division Office of Civil Enforcement Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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THE UNDERSIGNED PARTIES enter into this Consent Decree in the matter of United States v. Safeway Inc. (N.D. Cal.): FOR PLAINTIFF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:

______________________________________ JARED BLUMENFELD Regional Administrator U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IX 75 Hawthorne Street San Francisco, CA 94105

______________________________________ BRIAN P. RIEDEL Assistant Regional Counsel U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IX

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THE UNDERSIGNED PARTIES enter into this Consent Decree in the matter of United States v. Safeway Inc. (N.D. Cal.): FOR DEFENDANT SAFEWAY INC.:

______________________________________ [NAME] [Title]

Agent authorized to accept service on behalf of above-signed party:

______________________________________ [NAME] [Address]

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1 2 3 4 5 6 APPENDIX A 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 [List of Stores]

Appendix A: List of Stores
Store 27 41 91 111 190 204 211 215 219 220 236 239 242 245 247 249 250 251 253 261 262 272 284 290 300 305 307 313 330 333 344 350 363 368 371 378 379 386 390 400 406 412 424 Street 5025 South Kipling St. 13111 West Alameda Pkwy. 1227 15th Ave. 105 Neal St. 424 Howe Ave. 2855 E Manoa Rd. 848 Ala Lilikoi St. 377 Keahole St. 3900 South Othello St. 170 E Kamehameha Ave. 10926 West Bell Rd. 1601 North Park Dr. 3904 East 120th Ave. 1044 Willow Creek Rd. 1225 West Guadalupe Rd. 650 Elm St. 4752 East Sunrise Dr. 1208 Morgan St. 3185 West Apache Trail 101 Naco Hwy. 20 E Main St. 650 North Bisbee Ave. 1499 Hwy. 101 115 SE Seventh St. Rd 253 Mt Mt. Herman Rd. 1071 El Camino 215 East Rose St. 1601 Hollenbeck Ave. 9517 Ralston Rd. 1803 George Washington Way 9160 West Colfax Ave. 702 North 5th Ave. 700 Hwy. 101 2100 Queen Anne Ave. N 601 West North St. 2220 North Coast Hwy. 1640 Williams Hwy. 1755 Ivy St. 2425 Miner St. 3707 North Main St. 2836 Pacific Ave. 1455 Edgewater St. NW 795 Columbia River Hwy. City Littleton Lakewood Longview Grass Valley Sacramento Honolulu Honolulu Honolulu Seattle Kahului Maui Sun City Winslow Thornton Prescott Mesa Page Tucson Davenport Apache Junction Bisbee Quincy Willcox Reedsport Grants Pass Scotts Valley Redwood City Walla Walla Sunnyvale Arvada Richland Lakewood Sandpoint Florence Seattle Enterprise Newport Grants Pass Junction City Idaho Springs Vancouver Forest Grove Salem St. Helens State CO CO WA CA CA HI HI HI WA HI AZ AZ CO AZ AZ AZ AZ WA AZ AZ CA AZ OR OR CA CA WA CA CO WA CO ID OR WA OR OR OR OR CO WA OR OR OR ZIP 80127 80228 98632 95945 95825 96822 96818 96825 98118 96732 85373 86047 80233 86301 85202 86040 85718 99122 85120 85603 95971 85643 97467 97526 95066 94063 99362 94087 80002 99354 80215 83864 97439 98109 97828 97365 97527 97448 80452 98663 97116 97304 97051

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429 430 444 459 461 462 477 486 488 494 496 497 502 503 508 514 531 533 534 535 537 543 544 549 555 563 584 633 635 638 640 654 668 669 683 687 691 706 722 737 739 759 761 763 3380 Lancaster Dr. NE 1455 NE Division St. 990 Hwy. 395 South 20830 108th Ave. SE 709 North Federal Blvd. 205 North 5th Ave. 28810 Military Rd. S 3842 Bridgeport Way 3020 Northeast 45th St. 152 Roosevelt Ave. E 15000 N E 24th 17202 15th Ave. NE 5702 Summitview Ave. 11031 19th Ave. SE 401 A Ave. 642 NE Third St. 101 Auburn Way S 19150 NE Woodinville Duvall Rd. 3532 172nd St. 20711 Bothell Hwy. 19651 Hwy. 2 4700 Yelm Rd. SE 21301 Hwy. 410 500 East Third St. 630 228th Ave. NE St 613 S S. Sixth St. 711 West First Ave. 710 Rte. 73 South 1295 Victory Way 4100 Redwood Rd. 16 Rancho Del Mar 2096 Mountain Blvd. 2100 Ralston Ave. 5130 Broadway 730 West Main St. 6310 College Ave. 1444 Shattuck Pl. 104 Midvalley 457 West Main St. 160 First St. 3350 Mission St. 625 Monterey Blvd. 1212 Forest Ave. 2605 The Alameda Ave. Salem Gresham Hermiston Kent Riverton Yakima Federal Way Tacoma Seattle Enumclaw Redmond Shoreline Yakima Everett Lake Oswego Bend Auburn Woodinville Arlington Bothell Monroe Lacey Bonney Lake Alliance Sammamish Sunnyside Toppenish Marlton Craig Oakland Aptos Oakland Belmont Oakland Farmington Oakland Berkeley Carmel Trinidad Los Altos San Francisco San Francisco Pacific Grove Santa Clara OR OR OR WA WY WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA OR OR WA WA WA WA WA WA WA NE WA WA WA NJ CO CA CA CA CA CA NM CA CA CA CO CA CA CA CA CA 97305 97030 97838 98031 82501 98902 98003 98466 98105 98022 98052 98155 98908 98208 97034 97701 98002 98077 98223 98012 98272 98503 98391 69301 98074 98944 98948 08053 81625 94619 95003 94611 94002 94611 87401 94618 94709 93923 81082 94022 94110 94127 93950 95050

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767 777 782 783 785 786 790 792 793 797 799 835 836 853 908 910 913 917 918 919 928 929 932 933 936 939 951 952 956 964 967 968 969 970 975 976 978 983 984 988 993 994 999 1004 6132 Bollinger Rd. 30 Chestnut Ave. 37601 Hwy. 26 3540 Mt. Diablo Blvd. 850 La Playa St. 6255 Graham Hill Rd. 555 Bancroft Ave. 17023 SE 272nd St. 600 F St. 231 W Jackson St. 117 Morrissey Blvd. 5060 North Academy Blvd. 1008 N. Summit Blvd. 7625 Old Georgetown Rd. 3550 Fruitvale Ave. 1554 First St. 1620 Clay St. 600 S Broadway 6340 Commerce Blvd. 12876 Saratoga Sunnyvale Rd. 600 Patterson Blvd. 2558 Berryessa Rd. 950 Las Gallinas Ave. 406 N Main St. 710 Bancroft Rd. 3334 Alhambra Ave Ave. 867 Island Dr. 139 N Washington St. 1799 Marlow Rd. 4950 Mission St. 2 Camino Sobrante 709 Lincoln Rd. W 1355 Moraga Way 1655 El Camino Real 701 S Fortuna Blvd. 605 Parker Bldg. A 660 S Main St. 1071 11th St. 14922 Olympic Dr. 3002 Story Rd. 3902 Washington Blvd. 1499 Washington Ave. 921 E Hillsdale Blvd. 2850 Audubon Village Dr. San Jose S San Francisco Sandy Lafayette San Francisco Felton San Leandro Kent Arcata Hayward Santa Cruz Colorado Springs Frisco Bethesda Oakland Livermore Napa Walnut Creek Rohnert Park Saratoga Pleasant Hill San Jose San Rafael Sebastopol Walnut Creek Martinez Alameda Easton Santa Rosa San Francisco Orinda Vallejo Moraga San Mateo Fortuna Rodeo Ft Bragg Lakeport Clearlake San Jose Fremont San Leandro Foster City Audubon CA CA OR CA CA CA CA WA CA CA CA CO CO MD CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA MD CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA PA 95129 94080 97055 94549 94121 95018 94577 98042 95521 94544 95062 80918 80443 20814 94602 94550 94559 94596 94928 95070 94523 95132 94903 95472 94598 94553 94502 21601 95401 94112 94563 94590 94556 94402 95521 94572 95437 95453 95422 95127 94538 94577 94404 19403

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1011 1012 1013 1022 1031 1041 1055 1057 1066 1073 1078 1082 1089 1090 1094 1103 1107 1108 1109 1110 1115 1116 1119 1123 1125 1126 1127 1135 1142 1143 1145 1146 1159 1160 1186 1194 1195 1196 1197 1201 1203 1207 1210 1211 14610 Memorial Dr. 5219 Fm 1960 West 1407 South Voss Rd. 11711 West Bellfort St. 2931 Central City Blvd. 4800 West Bellfort St. 7720 East Hwy. 69 4540 Kingwood Dr. 12850 Memorial Dr. 6194 SW Murray Blvd. 2930 Ocean Beach Hwy. 3355 Bethel Rd. SE 12251 Darnestown Rd. 2685 Mill Bay Rd. 1891 Pioneer Pkwy. 6701 East Mill Plain Blvd. 12680 West 64th Ave. 1750 Miramonte Ave. 2090 Harbison Dr. 1546 North Main St. 7150 Leetsdale Dr. 1050 Ken Pratt Blvd. 3747 Grand Ave. 2249 Cascade Ave. 1366 East Ave. 11275 East Via Linda 2401 Waterman Dr. 804 West First St. 12519 NE 85th St. 8340 15th Ave. NW 1955 South Sheridan Blvd. 6775 West 120th Ave. 121 W. Walnut St. 1600 Plaza Way 27035 Pacific Hwy. S 607 Omache Dr. 5431 Clayton Rd. 639 S. Bernardo Ave. 1790 Decoto Rd. 4005 East Chandler Blvd. 2525 SE Tualatin Valley Hwy. 2300 West Hwy. 89A 5150 Mae Anne Ave. 3496 Camino Tassajara Houston Houston Houston Stafford Galveston Houston Prescott Valley Kingwood Houston Beaverton Longview Port Orchard Gaithersburg Kodiak Springfield Vancouver Arvada Mountan View Vacaville Salinas Denver Longmont Oakland Hood River Chico Scottsdale Fairfield Cle Elum Kirkland Seattle Denver Broomfield Newport Walla Walla Des Moines Omak Clayton Sunnyvale Union City Phoenix Hillsboro Sedona Reno Danville TX TX TX TX TX TX AZ TX TX OR WA WA MD AK OR WA CO CA CA CA CO CO CA OR CA AZ CA WA WA WA CO CO WA WA WA WA CA CA CA AZ OR AZ NV CA 77079 77069 77057 77477 77551 77035 86314 77345 77024 97008 98632 98366 20878 99615 97477 98661 80004 94040 95687 93906 80224 80501 94610 97031 95973 85259 94534 98922 98033 98117 80227 80020 99156 99362 98198 98841 94517 94087 94587 85048 97123 86336 89523 94506

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1213 1218 1223 1224 1225 1229 1230 1232 1234 1242 1245 1246 1247 1248 1249 1252 1253 1255 1257 1258 1259 1260 1263 1265 1266 1267 1269 1270 1273 1274 1275 1276 1283 1285 1286 1287 1291 1293 1294 1297 1299 1300 1304 1344 1902 Viers Mill Rd. 2970 Main St. 11919 North Jantzen Ave. 5877 Jarvis Ave. 1500 East Cedar Ave. 465 West Mariposa Rd. 2177 N.W. 185th Ave. 530 Canal St. 1125 Second St. E 2509 29th Ave. 15549 Union Ave. 6201 6th Ave. 11041 Westheimer Rd. 2660 North Federal Blvd. 7500 South Pierce Way 253 High School Rd. NE 23565 North Scottsdale Rd. 7110 North Oracle Rd. 4495 First St. 1235 Stratford Ave. 3365 Deer Valley Rd. 401 South Roosevelt Dr. 590 Farrington Hwy. #400 2785 Yulupa Ave. 11290 Donner Pass Rd. Ave 6460 East Yale Ave. 1541 N.E. 181st Ave. 2042 Daniel Stewart Sq. N 1441 Argonne Rd. 4567 E. U.S. Hwy. 60 599 West 4th St. 6500 Piney Branch Rd., NW 8646 Richmond Hwy. 6130 Rose Hill Dr. 3275 West Colorado Ave. 800 N.E. Third Ave. 13733 Fountain Hills Blvd. 2341 So Winchester Blvd. 210 Washington Ave. S 23632 Hwy. 99 10100 N. Newport Hwy. 1330 Chain Bridge Rd. 7397 Lee Hwy. 3129 Marshall Hall Rd. Rockville Susanville Portland Newark Flagstaff Nogales Hillsboro King City Brentwood Spokane Los Gatos Tacoma Houston Denver Littleton Bainbridge Island Scottsdale Tucson Livermore Dixon Antioch Seaside Kapolei Santa Rosa Truckee Denver Gresham Woodbridge Spokane Miami Benson Washington Alexandria Alexandria Colorado Springs Camas Fountain Hills Campbell Kent Edmonds Spokane McLean Falls Church Bryans Rd. MD CA OR CA AZ AZ OR CA CA WA CA WA TX CO CO WA AZ AZ CA CA CA OR HI CA CA CO OR VA WA AZ AZ DC VA VA CO WA AZ CA WA WA WA VA VA MD 20851 96130 97217 94560 86004 85621 97124 93930 94513 99223 95032 98406 77042 80211 80128 98110 85255 85704 94551 95620 94531 97138 96707 95405 96161 80222 97230 22191 99212 85539 85602 20012 22309 22310 80904 98607 85268 95008 98032 98026 99218 22101 22042 20616

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1358 1395 1415 1428 1431 1434 1436 1437 1438 1439 1440 1443 1445 1446 1447 1448 1449 1451 1455 1458 1460 1462 1463 1465 1468 1472 1473 1486 1492 1495 1496 1506 1508 1519 1526 1540 1541 1554 1556 1574 1580 1623 1631 1640 5101 Wilson Blvd. 4203 Davenport St. NW 7605 Crain Hwy. 299 S Van Dorn St. 12200 West Ox Rd. 9080 Brooks Rd. 1624 72nd St. E 1302 S. 38th 415 North Main St. 785 El Camino Real 624 Hwy. 105 8785 Branch Ave. 2845 Alabama Ave. SE 11051 South Parker Rd. 6901 N.E. Sandy Blvd. 680F West Washington St. 501 N Miller St. 221 NE 122nd Ave. 840 E Dunne Ave. 1500 East Main St. 1781 Forest Dr. 5821 Crossroads Ctr. 2150 South Downing St. 5146 Stevens Cr. 4300 NE 4th St. 315 East College Way 14020 E. Sprague Ave. 611 North Montana St. 110 East 3rd St. 1129 Harrison Ave. 1405 East Main Ave. 19715 Hwy. 99 3820 Rainier Ave. S 13719 Se Mill Plain Blvd. 3071 Stevens Creek 3757 Forest Ln. 1978 Contra Costa Blvd. 730 Mountain View Rd. 230 East Johnson Ave. 4950 Almaden Expy., Ste. 30 301 Westfield St. 4001 Inglewood Ave. 122 Robles Dr. 1503 City Center Rd. Arlington Washington Upper Marlboro Alexandria Fairfax Windsor Tacoma Tacoma Aztec Sunnyvale Monument Clinton Washington Parker Portland Sequim Wenatchee Portland Morgan Hill Cottage Grove Annapolis Falls Church Denver San Jose Renton Mt Vernon Spokane Helena Port Angeles Centralia Puyallup Lynnwood Seattle Vancouver Santa Clara Dallas Pleasant Hill Rapid City Coos Bay San Jose Silverton Redondo Beach Vallejo McKinleyville VA DC MD VA VA CA WA WA NM CA CO MD DC CO OR WA WA OR CA OR MD VA CO CA WA WA WA MT WA WA WA WA WA WA CA TX CA SD OR CA OR CA CA CA 22205 20016 20772 22304 22033 95492 98404 98418 87410 94087 80132 20735 20020 80134 97213 98382 98801 97230 95037 97424 21401 22041 80210 95129 98059 98273 99216 59601 98362 98531 98372 98036 98118 98684 95050 75244 94523 57702 97420 95118 97381 90278 94591 95536

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1648 1661 1669 1670 1671 1672 1673 1674 1676 1682 1701 1711 1721 1734 1735 1736 1743 1757 1769 1772 1773 1774 1776 1779 1780 1781 1783 1784 1785 1786 1788 1789 1793 1802 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809 1811 1812 1813 1817 1820 2449 West Kettleman Ln. 2001 McHenry Ave., Suite C 26518 Bouquet Canyon Rd. 28751 Los Alisos Blvd. 20440 Devonshire St. 820 Arneill Rd. 8201 Topanga Canyon Blvd. 4033 Laurel Canyon Blvd. 30252 Crown Valley Pkwy. 2811 Middlefield Rd. 2941 Ygnacio Valley Rd. 15 Marina Blvd. 906 E. Olive St. 522 N. Orange St. 4241 Tierra Rejada Rd. 2701 B. Harbor Blvd. 980 N. U.S. Hwy. 491 591 Tres Pinos Rd. 2808 Country Club Blvd. 3050 N. Fry Rd. 2225 Louisiana St. 5264 W. 34th St. 600 Kingwood Dr. 2301 Ranch Rd. 620 South 1000 Keller Pkwy. Tap Rd 106 N N. Denton Denton-Tap Rd. 2645 Arapaho Rd. 1501 Pioneer Rd. 1075 W Fm 3040 4215 S. Carrier Pkwy. 7801 Alma Dr. 101 Trophy Lake Dr. 2100 Newbury Rd. 1340 Gambell St. 1650 W. Northern Lights Blvd. 600 E. Northern Lights Blvd. 11409 Business Park Blvd. 10576 Kenai Spur Hwy. 5600 Debarr Rd. 595 East Parks Hwy. 4000 West Dimond Blvd. 1501 Huffman Rd. 7731 East Northern Lights Blvd. 3033 Vintage Blvd. Lodi Modesto Saugus Mission Viejo Chatsworth Camarillo Canoga Park Studio City Laguna Niguel Palo Alto Walnut Creek San Francisco Lamar Redlands Moorpark Costa Mesa Gallup Hollister Stockton Katy Houston Houston Kingwood Lakeway Keller Coppell Garland Mesquite Lewisville Grand Prairie Plano Trophy Club Newbury Park Anchorage Anchorage Anchorage Eagle River Kenai Anchorage Wasilla Anchorage Anchorage Anchorage Juneau CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CO CA CA CA NM CA CA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX CA AK AK AK AK AK AK AK AK AK AK AK 95242 95350 91350 92692 91311 93010 91304 91604 92677 94306 94598 94123 81052 92374 93021 92626 87301 95023 95204 77449 77002 77092 77339 78734 76248 75019 75044 75149 75067 75052 75025 76262 91320 99501 99517 99503 99577 99611 99504 99654 99502 99515 99504 99801

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1832 1833 1834 1835 1850 1857 1858 1877 1896 1913 1914 1922 1925 1962 1967 1968 1969 1972 1973 1977 1979 1985 1986 1989 2001 2002 2006 2007 2008 2012 2017 2027 2028 2029 2030 2032 2033 2034 2035 2039 2044 2046 2047 2048 90 Sterling Hwy. 1313 Meals Ave. 2029 Airport Beach Rd. 4th & Bering St. 9911 Brodie Ln. 12312 Barker Cypress Rd. 10228 W Broadway 880 South Perry St. 1400 Cypress Creek Rd. 450 South Ventura Rd. 6351 Haven Ave. 2709 E. Hwy. 101 8805 Lakeview Pkwy. 29530 Rancho California Rd. 560 Castle Pines Pkwy. 3051 Countryside Dr. 5700 Stockdale Hwy. 980 Hwy. North 287 7000 Snider Plaza 6200 Pacific Ave. SE 13440 North 7th St. 9705 North Thornydale Rd. 9050 East Valencia Rd. 9460 East Golf Links Rd. 5671 Kanan Rd. Blvd 1311 Wilshire Blvd. 505 Telegraph Canyon Rd. 431 E. Arrow Hwy. 2616 E. Palmdale Blvd. 7788 Regents Rd. 3125 Stockton Hill Rd. 15740 Laforge St. 1201 South Plaza Way 4033 West Ave. L 25850 N. The Old Rd. 10773 North Scottsdale Rd. 4500 Coffee Rd. 13730 Foothill Blvd. 5360 Olive Dr. 19333 Victory Blvd. 260 West Continental Rd. 3400 Stine Rd. 5805 E. Los Angeles Ave. 163 S. Turnpike Rd. Homer Valdez Unalaska Nome Austin Cypress Pearland Castle Rock Cedar Park Oxnard Rancho Cucamonga Port Angeles Rowlett Temecula Castle Rock Turlock Bakersfield Mansfield University Park Lacey Phoenix Tucson Tucson Tucson Agoura_Hills Santa Monica Chula Vista Glendora Palmdale San Diego Kingman Whittier Flagstaff Lancaster Valencia Scottsdale Bakersfield Sylmar Bakersfield Reseda Green Valley Bakersfield Simi Valley Goleta AK AK AK AK TX TX TX CO TX CA CA WA TX CA CO CA CA TX TX WA AZ AZ AZ AZ CA CA CA CA CA CA AZ CA AZ CA CA AZ CA CA CA CA AZ CA CA CA 99603 99686 99692 99762 78748 77429 77584 80104 78613 93030 91737 98362 75089 92591 80104 95380 93309 76063 75205 98503 85022 85742 85747 85730 91301 90403 91910 91740 93550 92122 86401 90603 86001 93536 91381 85254 93308 91342 93308 91335 85614 93309 93063 93117

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2049 2051 2053 2054 2056 2062 2064 2065 2066 2077 2078 2079 2080 2081 2083 2088 2089 2090 2092 2093 2094 2096 2100 2101 2105 2107 2108 2109 2110 2111 2116 2118 2119 2120 2121 2123 2124 2125 2130 2131 2134 2136 2137 2138 330 W. El Norte Pkwy. 2951 Marina Bay Dr. 3645 Midway Dr. 13503 Camino Del Sol 932 E. Badillo St. 240 S. Diamond Bar Blvd. 2800 Fletcher Pkwy. 6951 El Camino Real 18439 Ventura Blvd. 3118 S. Sepulveda Blvd. 9119 Reseda Blvd. 11986 Bernardo Plaza Dr. 5548 East Grant Rd. 13255 Black Mountain Rd. 2190 East Fry Blvd. 4857 East Greenway Rd. 600 N. Pacific Coast Hwy. 5922 Edinger Ave. 2048 Avenida De Los Arboles 8011 University Ave. 5275 Mission Oak Blvd. 115 W. Main St. 9860 National Blvd. 1040 Coast Village Rd. 4365 Glencoe Ave. 10675 Scrpps Poway Pkwy Pkwy. 1212 Beryl St. 3855 State St. 715 Pier Ave. 24160 Lyons Ave. 1702 Garnet St. 3550 Murphy Canyon Rd. 3850 Valley Centre Dr. 4725 Clairemont Dr. 940 S. Santa Fe Ave. 777 Glendora Ave. 7789 Foothill Blvd. 1160 Via Verde Ave. 4404 Bonita Rd. 12199 Hesperia Rd. 10460 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. 8310 Mira Mesa Blvd. 5630 Lake Murray Blvd. 1730 South Buckley Rd. Escondido League City San Diego Sun City West Covina Diamond Bar El Cajon Carlsbad Tarzana Los Angeles Northridge San Diego Tucson San Diego Sierra Vista Phoenix Laguna Beach Huntington Beach Thousand Oaks La Mesa Camarillo Ventura Cheviot Hills Montecito Marina Del Rey San Diego Redondo Beach Santa Barabra Hermosa Beach Newhall San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego Vista West Covina Tujunga San Dimas Bonita Victorville San Diego San Diego La Mesa Aurora CA TX CA AZ CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA AZ CA AZ AZ CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CO 92026 77573 92110 85375 91724 91765 92020 92009 91356 90034 91324 92128 85712 92129 85635 85254 92651 92649 91362 91942 93012 93001 90034 93108 90292 92131 90277 93105 90254 91321 92109 92123 92130 92117 92084 91790 91042 91773 91902 92395 92124 92126 91942 80017

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2139 2142 2143 2152 2155 2156 2158 2163 2164 2167 2169 2174 2175 2176 2177 2181 2188 2189 2200 2203 2206 2208 2209 2210 2212 2213 2214 2215 2216 2217 2224 2225 2226 2228 2229 2235 2250 2262 2264 2266 2267 2270 2272 2273 1390 N. Allen Ave. 2560 El Camino Real 635 W Foothill Blvd. 155 California Blvd. 550 E. Baseline Rd. 2345 E. Valley Pkwy. 3840 La Sierra Ave. 660 E. Los Angeles Ave. 5688 Telephone Rd. 350 North Lemon Ave. 435 Foothill Blvd. 671 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd. 78-271 State Hwy. 111 12961 W. Chapman Ave. 14200 Palm Dr. 7733 North 1st St. 8949 N. Cedar Ave. 4343 N. Blackstone Ave. 130 W. Foothill Blvd. 5949 E. Spring St. 16450 Beach Blvd. 25 Kaneohe Bay Dr. 5500 Woodruff Ave. 26022 Marguerite Pkwy. 11030 Jefferson Blvd. Blvd 11750 Wilshire Blvd. 1110 W. Alameda Ave. 1135 Lindero Canyon Rd. 8010 E. Santa Ana Canyon Rd. 22451 Antonio Pkwy. 845 E. California Blvd. 6534 Platt Ave. 14845 Ventura Blvd. 1213 Fair Oaks Ave. 727 N. Vine St. 1000 Bayside Dr. 16830 San Fernando Mission Blvd. 710 Broadway 655 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 17380 Sunset Blvd. 11674 Santa Monica Blvd. 4030 Centinela Ave. 123 Metropole Ave. 245 Palos Verdes Blvd. Pasadena Carlsbad La Canada Pasadena Claremont Escondido Riverside Simi Valley Ventura Walnut Glendora San Marcos La Quinta Garden Grove Desert Hot Springs Fresno Fresno Fresno Monrovia Long Beach Westminster Kailua Lakewood Mission Viejo Culver City Los Angeles Burbank Thousand Oaks Anaheim Hills Rancho S. Margarita Pasadena West Hills Sherman Oaks South Pasadena Los Angeles Newport Beach Granada Hills Santa Monica Pasadena Pacific Palisades Los Angeles Culver City Catalina Redondo Beach CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA HI CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA 91104 92008 91011 91105 91711 92027 92505 93065 93003 91789 91741 92078 92253 92840 92240 93720 93720 93726 91016 90808 92683 96734 90713 92692 90230 90025 91506 91362 92808 92688 91106 91307 91403 91030 90038 92660 91344 90401 91103 90272 90025 90066 90704 90277

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2275 2283 2285 2286 2288 2295 2300 2301 2306 2312 2317 2323 2324 2326 2327 2328 2332 2333 2335 2336 2338 2341 2343 2345 2348 2349 2352 2353 2355 2358 2359 2364 2365 2366 2367 2370 2373 2376 2381 2383 2384 2386 2389 2390 410 Manhattan Beach Blvd. 1221 Gaffey St. 11322 Los Alamitos Blvd. 4805 Granite Dr. 2039 Verdugo Blvd. 600 Edith St. 1482 S. Broadway 817 E. Main St. 3900 Broad St. 1130 Los Osos Valley Rd. 1191 E. Creston Rd. 7544 Girard Ave. 17662 17th St. 780 N. Brea Blvd. 931 Lomas Santa Fe Dr. 130 W. Lincoln Ave. 24270 El Toro Rd. 13439 Camino Canada 2684 N. Tustin St. 360 East H St. 665 Saturn Blvd. 620 West Platte Ave. 985 Tamarack Ave. 1000 W. El Norte Pkwy. 2606 Del Mar Heights Rd. 13438 Poway Rd Rd. 6155 El Cajon Blvd. 933 Sweetwater Rd. 4145 30th St. 3610 Adams Ave. 6555 Mission Gorge Rd. 868 Orange St. 3681 Avocado Ave. 12419 Woodside Ave. 950 N. Second St. 3993 Governor Dr. 31564 Grape St. 1270 E. Main St. 535 N. McKinley St. 72675 Hwy. 111 4733 E. Palm Canyon Dr. 27220 Sun City Blvd. 3125 W. Florida St. 475 E. Windmill Ln. Manhattan Beach San Pedro Los Alamitos Rocklin Montrose Corning Santa Maria Santa Maria San Luis Obisbo Los Osos Paso Robles La Jolla Tustin Brea Solana Beach Anaheim Laguna Hills El Cajon Orange Chula Vista San Diego Fort Morgan Carlsbad Escondido San Diego Poway San Diego Spring Valley San Diego San Diego San Diego Coronado La Mesa Lakeside El Cajon San Diego Lake Elsinore Barstow Corona Palm Desert Palm Springs Sun City Hemet Las Vegas CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CO CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA NV 90266 90731 90720 95677 91020 96021 93454 93454 93401 93402 93446 92037 92780 92821 92075 92805 92637 92021 92865 91910 92154 80701 92008 92026 92014 92064 92115 91977 92104 92116 92120 92118 91941 92040 92021 92122 92532 92311 92879 92260 92264 92586 92545 89123

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2391 2392 2395 2396 2400 2406 2409 2413 2415 2420 2425 2430 2434 2436 2442 2471 2475 2477 2480 2481 2482 2483 2485 2490 2501 2502 2503 2508 2511 2520 2524 2526 2534 2544 2554 2557 2559 2560 2561 2566 2568 2570 2574 2578 1031 Nevada Hwy. 7530 W. Lake Mead Blvd. 1940 Village Center Cir. 1131 E. Tropicana Ave. 481 Old Mammoth Rd. 750 N. Imperial Ave. 40044 Hwy. 49 5610 Lake Isabella Blvd. 2401 N. Chester Ave. 9000 Ming Ave. 850 Linden Ave. 1125 Maricopa Hwy. 576 W. Main St. 2101 N. Rose Ave. 636 Ventura St. 2727 Exposition Blvd. 5311 Balcones Dr. 3300 Bee Caves Rd., Suite 500 6600 Mopac Expy. South 1500 W. 35th St. 8040 Mesa Dr. 715 S. Exposition Blvd. 2025 W. Ben White Blvd. 10900-D Research Blvd. 1855 E. Cochran St. 500 E E. Manchester Blvd Blvd. 4001 Villanova Dr. 27320 Alicia Pkwy. 2667 E. Windmill Pkwy. 111 18th St. 2101 W. Imperial Hwy. 819 W. Arapaho Rd, Suite 39 6333 East Mockingbird Ln. 10455 North Central Expy. 3100 Independence Pkwy. 206 North Grand Ave. 3535 Beltline Rd. 1758 Grand Ave. 925 Northwest Hwy. 6770 Abrams Rd. 4836 West Park Blvd. 5968 West Parker Rd. 3100 S. Hulen St. 2535 Firewheel Pkwy. Boulder City Las Vegas Las Vegas Las Vegas Mammoth Lakes El Centro Oakhurst Lake Isabella Oildale Bakersfield Carpinteria Ojai Santa Paula Oxnard Fillmore Austin Austin Austin Austin Austin Austin Austin Austin Austin Simi Valley Inglewood Dallas Laguna Niguel Henderson Burlington La Habra Richardson Dallas Dallas Plano Gainesville Irving Grover Beach Garland Dallas Plano Plano Fort Worth Garland NV NV NV NV CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX CA CA TX CA NV CO CA TX TX TX TX TX TX CA TX TX TX TX TX TX 89005 89128 89134 89119 93546 92243 93644 93240 93308 93311 93013 93023 93060 93036 93015 78703 78731 78746 78749 78703 78731 78703 78704 78759 93065 90301 75225 92656 89074 80807 90631 75080 75214 75231 75075 76240 75062 93433 75041 75231 75093 75093 76109 75040

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2580 2581 2587 2588 2590 2595 2597 2609 2617 2642 2643 2659 2665 2670 2671 2672 2673 2674 2686 2696 2722 2810 2817 2824 2839 2840 2841 2842 2911 2917 2918 2954 3010 3017 3027 3031 3040 3044 3048 3054 3058 3063 3064 3067 100 W. Southlake Blvd. Suite 2 4848 Preston Rd. 5425 S. Cooper St. 820 South Macarthur Blvd. 4112 North Josey Ln. 3945 Legacy Dr. 4200 Chino Hills Pkwy Ste. 400 612 Grapevine Hwy. 9420 College Park Dr. #100 5809 East Lovers Ln. 14280 Marsh Ln. 3520 Riverside Plaza 4520 Sunset Blvd. 1890 Fm 359 525 South Fry Rd. 18322 Clay Rd. 2250 Buckthorne Pl. 604 Hwy. 332 1701 Randol Mill Rd. 14840 SE Webster Rd. 8355 N Rampart Range Rd. 1200 Second Ave. 232 G St. 1900 Hwy. 24 840 Village Center Dr. Blvd 2010 Freedom Blvd. 815 Canyon Del Rey Blvd. 867 Sutton Way 2798 Arapahoe Ave. 1605 Bridge St. 3526 West Tenth St. 6519 Main St. 4015 E. Castro Valley Blvd. 3027 Rancho Vista Blvd. 170 El Camino Real 85 Westlake Mall 2522 Foulk Rd. 1201 Avacado Blvd. 2075 Westheimer Rd. 4775 W. Panther Creek 57590 29 Palms Hwy. 870 Third Ave. 5130 Bellaire Blvd. 5161 San Felipe St. Southlake Frisco Arlington Coppell Carrollton Plano Chino Hills Hurst The Woodlands Dallas Addison Riverside Los Angeles Richmond Katy Houston Spring Lake Jackson Arlington Milwaukie Littleton MonteVista Salida Leadville Colorado Springs Watsonville Del Rey Oaks Grass Valley Boulder Brighton Greeley Bonners Ferry Castro Valley Palmdale S San Francisco Daly City Wilmington El Cajon Houston The Woodlands Yucca Valley Chula Vista Bellaire Houston TX TX TX TX TX TX CA TX TX TX TX CA CA TX TX TX TX TX TX OR CO CO CO CO CO CA CA CA CO CO CO ID CA CA CA CA DE CA TX TX CA CA TX TX 76092 75035 76017 75019 75007 75023 91709 76054 77384 75206 75001 92506 90028 77469 77450 77084 77380 77566 76012 97267 80125 81144 81201 80461 80919 95019 93940 95945 80302 80601 80634 83805 94552 93551 94080 94015 19810 92020 77098 77381 92284 91911 77401 77056

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3068 3069 3070 3075 3083 3086 3091 3111 3121 3122 3124 3125 3126 3127 3135 3138 3154 3160 3161 3208 3218 3247 3248 3252 3255 3256 3258 3263 3269 3279 3295 3472 3500 3502 3517 3519 3522 3545 3555 3560 3563 3572 3573 3575 5800 New Territory Blvd. 20445 Yorba Linda Blvd. 1525 South Mason Rd. 1129 Fair Oaks Ave. 301 N. Pass Ave. 2122 S. Hacienda Blvd. 4732 Brooklyn Ave.N.E. 555 Floresta Blvd. 2237 West Cleveland Ave. 2550 Bell Rd. 1187 South Main St. 3889 San Pablo Ave. 610 Hegenberger Rd. 1291 Sanguinetti Rd. 2725 Agoura Rd. 16550 W. Soledad Canyon Rd. 6817 West Peoria Ave. 8891 Atlanta Ave. 10321 Sepulveda Blvd. 745 E. Naomi Ave. 36-101 Bob Hope Dr. 101 Grand Coulee Hwy. West 902 Francis Ave. 601 South Pioneer Way Suite-A East 933 Mission Ave. 1525 West Park Ave Ave. 804 Beverly Blvd. 1342 N. Alvarado St. 101 East Main St. 2500 Massachusetts Ave. 1001 North 4th St. 3903 Factoria Square Mall SE 6850 NE Bothell Way 9 Highland Park Village 24325 Crenshaw Blvd. 4550 Atlantic Ave. 522 Preston Royal Ctr. 900 E Meridian Ave. Suite 12 3300 Harwood Rd. 8698 Skillman St. 633 West Wheatland Rd. 2600 Flower Mound Rd. 3001 Hardin Blvd. 2301 Justin Rd. Sugar Land Yorba Linda Katy South Pasadena Burbank Hacienda Heights Seattle San Leandro Madera Auburn Manteca Emeryville Oakland Sonora Thousand Oaks Santa Clarita Peoria Huntington Beach Mission Hills Arcadia Rancho Mirage Grand Coulee Spokane Moses Lake Spokane Anaconda Montebello Los Angeles Hamilton Butte Coeur D'alene Bellevue Kenmore Dallas Torrance Long Beach Dallas Milton Bedford Dallas Duncanville Flower Mound McKinney Flower Mound TX CA TX CA CA CA WA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA CA AZ CA CA CA CA WA WA WA WA MT CA CA MT MT ID WA WA TX CA CA TX WA TX TX TX TX TX TX 77479 92886 77450 91030 91505 91745 98105 94578 93637 95603 95337 94608 94621 95370 91361 91351 85345 92646 91345 91007 92270 99133 99208 98837 99202 59711 90640 90026 59840 59701 83814 98006 98028 75205 90503 90807 75230 98354 76021 75243 75116 75028 75070 75028

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3576 3579 3582 3597 3608 3614 3617 3621 3622 3623 3625 3637 3641 3645 3650 3652 3658 3714 3715 3723 3727 3729 4018 4021 4030 4033 4062 4160 4205 4262 4292 4313 4316 4318 4333 4342 4381 4387 4395 4405 4469 4510 4513 4520 4000 William D. Tate Ave. 900 W. McDermott Dr. 18212 Preston Rd. 11920 Preston Rd. 7700 Northwest Hwy. 315 South Hampton Rd. 2611 West Park Row Dr. 4010 North Macarthur Blvd. 6377 Camp Bowie Blvd. 210 East Pleasant Run Rd. 302 South Park Blvd. 1380 W. Campbell Rd. 3411 Custer Pkwy. 2200 East 14th St. 14999 Preston Rd. 745 Cross Timbers Rd. 2755 N. Collins St. 617 West 29th St. 1322 East 8th St. 315 West 2nd St. 222 West Seventh St. 1231 South Prairie Ave. 10016 Scripps Ranch Blvd. 6571 West 80th St. 2400 Peoples Plaza 5586 Weslayan St St. 2323 Clear Lake City Blvd. 400 Dartmouth Ave. 415 14th St. SE 155 East First St. 585 Siskiyou Blvd. 904 West Main St. 244 North F St. Columbia River Hwy. 450 S.W.Third Ave. 101 S.E. 82nd Ave. 1205 Campbell St. 95 82nd Dr. 211 North Eighth St. 408 N.E. 81st St. 246 West Monroe St. 6745 S.W. Hillsdale Hwy. 350 East 40th Ave. 11696 N.E. 76th St. Grapevine Allen Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Arlington Irving Fort Worth Desoto Grapevine Dallas Richardson Plano Dallas Flower Mound Arlington Pueblo Pueblo Lajunta Walsenburg Pueblo San Diego Los Angeles Newark Houston Houston Lovelock Washington Coquille Ashland Battle Ground Lakeview Clatskanie Corvallis Portland Baker City Gladstone Klamath Falls Hazel Dell Burns Portland Eugene Vancouver TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX TX CO CO CO CO CO CA CA DE TX TX NV DC OR OR WA OR OR OR OR OR OR OR WA OR OR OR WA 76051 75013 75252 75230 75225 75208 76013 75038 76116 75115 76051 75080 75080 75074 75254 75028 76006 81008 81001 81050 81089 81005 92131 90045 19702 77005 77062 89419 20003 97423 97520 98604 97630 97016 97333 97215 97814 97027 97601 98665 97720 97225 97405 98662

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 APPENDIX B
[Refrigerant Compliance Plan]

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