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INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM CORP. OF DELAWARE REPORTS PERMITTING DELAY AT ITS PROPOSED WILMINGTON, DEL. USED OIL RECYCLING CENTER

 INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM CORP. OF DELAWARE REPORTS PERMITTING DELAY
 AT ITS PROPOSED WILMINGTON, DEL. USED OIL RECYCLING CENTER
 WILMINGTON, Del., April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- International Petroleum Corp. of Delaware announced today that the issuance of three Air Resources permits required for its proposed used oil recycling center in Wilmington, Del., has been delayed. IPC Delaware has applied for three Air Resources permits to be issued by the State of Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC), and the permits were the subject of a public hearing held on Feb. 10, 1992. DNREC has advised IPC Delaware that the record regarding its permit application has been reopened for the purpose of receiving additional evidence on the environmental compliance history of the applicant and its affiliates. As a result, the opening of the proposed Wilmington recycling center will be delayed until after the air permits are issued.
 IPC Delaware is a wholly owned subsidiary of International Recovery Corp. (NYSE: INT) of Miami Springs, Fla. IRC is a world leader in aviation fueling services to secondary commercial air carriers and a leading used oil recycling company in the Southeast United States. IRC also provides environmental consulting and remediation services as a result of petroleum contaminated soil and groundwater.
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 /CONTACT: George Glazer of Hill and Knowlton, 212-697-5600, for International Petroleum Corp. of Delaware/
 (INT) CO: International Petroleum Corp. of Delaware ST: Delaware IN: AIR OIL SU:


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