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TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in pounds), for All industries, for All chemicals, Nevada, 2011

Row # Chemical Total On-site Disposal or Other Releases Total Off-site Disposal or Other Releases Total On- and Off-site Disposal or Other Releases
   
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1 1,2,4-TRIMETHYLBENZENE 772 . 772
2 3-IODO-2-PROPYNYL BUTYLCARBAMATE . . .
3 4,4'-ISOPROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL 0 14,720 14,720
4 ALUMINUM (FUME OR DUST) 114,764 . 114,764
5 AMMONIA 290,411 158 290,569
6 ANTIMONY 0 0 0
7 ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS 5,179,956 0 5,179,956
8 ARSENIC 346,349 0 346,349
9 ARSENIC COMPOUNDS 328,318,354 0 328,318,354
10 ASBESTOS (FRIABLE) 32,033 24,220 56,253
11 BARIUM 125,828 . 125,828
12 BARIUM COMPOUNDS 849,753 15 849,768
13 BENZENE 570 . 570
14 BENZO(G,H,I)PERYLENE 0 0 0
15 BORON TRICHLORIDE . . .
16 CADMIUM 57,160 0 57,160
17 CADMIUM COMPOUNDS 173,757 0 173,757
18 CARBONYL SULFIDE 203 . 203
19 CERTAIN GLYCOL ETHERS 12,520 693 13,213
20 CHLORINE 50,902 . 50,902
21 CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE 29,402 . 29,402
22 CHROMIUM 995,398 15,133 1,010,532
23 CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS(EXCEPT CHROMITE ORE MINED IN THE TRANSVAAL REGION) 1,503,290 0 1,503,290
24 COBALT 23 676 699
25 COBALT COMPOUNDS 387,081 0 387,081
26 COPPER 107,190 18,321 125,511
27 COPPER COMPOUNDS 14,206,455 11,717 14,218,172
28 CYANIDE COMPOUNDS 1,077,652 15,003 1,092,655
29 CYCLOHEXANE 58 . 58
30 DI(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE 0 . 0
31 DIBUTYL PHTHALATE 0 . 0
32 DICHLOROMETHANE 20,000 . 20,000
33 DIETHANOLAMINE 117 . 117
34 DIISOCYANATES 30 804 834
35 DIMETHYL PHTHALATE . . .
36 DIOXIN AND DIOXIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS ** ** **
37 ETHYLBENZENE 786 64 849
38 ETHYLENE GLYCOL 1,762,200 . 1,762,200
39 ETHYLENE OXIDE 250 . 250
40 FORMIC ACID 78,300 4 78,304
41 HYDROCHLORIC ACID (1995 AND AFTER "ACID AEROSOLS" ONLY) 87,275 . 87,275
42 HYDROGEN CYANIDE 8,474 . 8,474
43 HYDROGEN FLUORIDE 103,012 35 103,047
44 LEAD 366,603 35,906 402,509
45 LEAD COMPOUNDS 112,661,003 15,176 112,676,179
46 LITHIUM CARBONATE 1,000 . 1,000
47 MANGANESE 52,290 2,649 54,939
48 MANGANESE COMPOUNDS 23,251,467 2,721,279 25,972,746
49 MERCURY 14,067 0 14,067
50 MERCURY COMPOUNDS 4,741,000 2,381 4,743,381
51 METHANOL 673,791 236 674,027
52 METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER 1,472 . 1,472
53 MOLYBDENUM TRIOXIDE 22,355 . 22,355
54 N-HEXANE 2,776 0 2,776
55 NAPHTHALENE 588 26 615
56 NICKEL 94,421 5,809 100,230
57 NICKEL COMPOUNDS 3,029,382 75,436 3,104,818
58 NITRATE COMPOUNDS 4,221,001 58,158 4,279,159
59 NITRIC ACID 423,055 . 423,055
60 NITROGLYCERIN 0 . 0
61 PENTACHLOROPHENOL 3 . 3
62 POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS 8,194 0 8,194
63 POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS 53 150 203
64 PROPYLENE 20,219 . 20,219
65 PROPYLENE OXIDE 250 . 250
66 SELENIUM 31,252 0 31,252
67 SELENIUM COMPOUNDS 639,600 0 639,600
68 SILVER 66,686 0 66,686
69 SILVER COMPOUNDS 104,779 1 104,780
70 SODIUM AZIDE 58,578 . 58,578
71 SODIUM DIMETHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE 0 . 0
72 SODIUM NITRITE 50,365 . 50,365
73 STYRENE 13,793 . 13,793
74 SULFURIC ACID (1994 AND AFTER "ACID AEROSOLS" ONLY) 244,882 . 244,882
75 THALLIUM COMPOUNDS 277,305 1 277,306
76 TITANIUM TETRACHLORIDE 1,348 663 2,011
77 TOLUENE 294,910 . 294,910
78 TRICHLOROETHYLENE 500 . 500
79 TRIFLURALIN 4,196 . 4,196
80 URETHANE 32,210 . 32,210
81 VANADIUM COMPOUNDS 2,833,503 5 2,833,508
82 VINYL ACETATE 330 . 330
83 XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS) 7,233 1,062 8,295
84 ZINC (FUME OR DUST) . . .
85 ZINC COMPOUNDS 19,718,273 862 19,719,135
  Total 529,885,058 3,021,364 532,906,422

(Note that in the table above, asterisks are shown to indicate that data for Dioxin and Dioxin-like compounds in grams (as required by EPA) was reported by the facility. EPA has converted these data into pounds and included them in the table totals (in pounds). Please refer to the Dioxin and Dioxin-like compounds table below for reported amounts of Dioxin and Dioxin-like compounds in grams. Grams can be converted to pounds by multiplying by 0.002205.)


TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in grams), for All industries, for Dioxin and Dioxin-like compounds, Nevada, 2011

Row # Chemical Total On-site Disposal or Other Releases Total Off-site Disposal or Other Releases Total On- and Off-site Disposal or Other Releases
1 DIOXIN AND DIOXIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS 5.4720837 . 5.4720837

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