Nearly one month after the hurricane Isaac, the Stolthaven Chemical facility still cannot tell residents what chemicals were discharged, how much chemicals were discharged, or the extent of any contamination. Since the storm, widely varying estimates of the type and amount of chemicals discharged have been provided by the company. First, claims were made that no chemicals were discharged. Then came the admission that small amounts of two chemicals were discharged from damaged storage tanks. Stolthaven was first fined for failing to notify authorities of the spill timely.