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   notice,  application,  record,  report,  plan,  or  other document

   required  pursuant to  this Act to  be either  filed or maintained

   (whether  with  respect   to  the  requirements  imposed   by  the

   Administrator or by a State);

      "(B) fails to notify or report as required under this Act; or

      "(C) falsifies,  tampers with, renders inaccurate,  or fails to

   install any monitoring device or method required to  be maintained

   or followed  under this Act   shall, upon  conviction, be punished

   by a fine pursuant  to title 18 of the  United States Code, or  by

   imprisonment for not more  than 2 years, or both.  If a conviction

   of any  person under this paragraph  is for  a violation committed

   after  a first  conviction  of  such person  under this paragraph,

   the maximum punishment shall be  doubled with respect to  both the

   fine and imprisonment.

   "(3)  Any  person who  knowingly  fails to  pay any  fee  owed the

United States  under this title, title  III, IV, V, or  VI shall, upon

conviction, be punished  by a fine pursuant to title  18 of the United

States  Code, or by imprisonment for not more than 1 year, or both. If

a conviction of  any person under  this paragraph  is for a  violation

committed  after  a  first  conviction   of  such  person  under  this

paragraph,  the maximum punishment  shall be  doubled with  respect to

both the fine and imprisonment.

   "(4) Any person  who negligently releases into the ambient air any

hazardous air pollutant listed pursuant to  section 112 of this Act or

any extremely hazardous substance listed pursuant to section

302(a)(2) of the Superfund Amendments and  Reauthorization Act of 1986

(42 U.S.C. 11002(a)(2)) that is not listed in section 112 of this Act,

and  who at  the time  negligently places  another person  in imminent

danger  of death or serious  bodily injury shall,  upon conviction, be

punished by  a fine under  title 18 of the  United States Code,  or by

imprisonment for not more than 1 year, or both. If a conviction of any

person under this paragraph is for a violation committed after a first

conviction of such person under this paragraph, the maximum punishment

shall be doubled with respect to both the fine and imprisonment.

   "(5)(A)  Any person  who knowingly  releases into the  ambient air

any hazardous air pollutant listed pursuant to section 112 of this Act

or  any  extremely  hazardous  substance listed  pursuant  to  section

302(a)(2) of the  Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986

(42 U.S.C. 11002(a)(2)) that is not listed in section 112 of this Act,

and  who knows at  the time that  he thereby places  another person in

imminent  danger  of  death  or  serious  bodily  injury  shall,  upon

conviction, be punished by a fine  under title 18 of the United States

Code,  or by  imprisonment of  not more  than 15  years, or  both. Any

person committing such violation which is  an organization shall, upon

conviction under this paragraph, be subject to a fine of not more than

$1,000,000 for each  violation. If  a conviction of  any person  under

this paragraph is for  a violation committed after a  first conviction

of such person under  this paragraph, the maximum punishment  shall be

doubled  with respect to both  the fine and  imprisonment. For any air

pollutant for which the Administrator has set an emissions standard or

for any source  for which a  permit has been issued  under title V,  a

release of such pollutant  in accordance with that standard  or permit

shall not constitute a violation of this paragraph or paragraph (4).

   "(B) In determining  whether a defendant who is an individual knew

that the violation placed  another person in imminent danger  of death

or serious bodily injury-

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