WESTBROOK — Pike Industries violated a court-approved consent agreement by exceeding the noise limit for blasting, according to a notice from the city.

Westbrook Code Enforcement Officer issued the violation notice just before 3 p.m. today for a blast conducted on Tuesday.

The city ordered Pike to keep its next blast to the required standards, or the quarrying company could face a fine of $100 to $2,500, the notice said.

Pike started blasting last week for the construction of an access road to its Spring Street quarry. Pike is allowed to blast a total of 10 times before June 9 in order to construct the road, according to the agreement.

The access road is part of a plan to mitigate the effect of blasting rock in the quarry. Once the road and other buffers are in place, Pike can start blasting rock in its quarry.

The quarrying company’s right to blast rock on Spring Street has been debated among the city, Pike and its neighbors, including Idexx Laboratories, for years. A judge in November approved a consent agreement reached by the city, Pike and Idexx to allow eight blasts per year under certain conditions.