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|TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in pounds), for all 34 facilities, for facilities in All Industries, for AMMONIA chemical, Massachusetts, 2010|
|Row #||Facility||Total On-site Disposal or Other Releases||Total Off-site Disposal or Other Releases||Total On- and Off-site Disposal or Other Releases|
|1||SALEM HARBOR S TATION.24 FORT AVE, SALEM MASSACHUSETTS 01970 (ESSEX)||136,900||2,527||139,427|
|2||MYSTIC STATION.173 ALFORD ST, CHARLESTOWN MASSACHUSETTS 02129 (SUFFOLK)||75,860||.||75,860|
|3||ROUSSELOT INC.227 WASHINGTON ST, PEABODY MASSACHUSETTS 01960 (ESSEX)||14,029||2,543||16,572|
|4||PITTSFIELD GENERATING CO LP.235 MERRILL RD, PITTSFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 01201 (BERKSHIRE)||15,867||.||15,867|
|5||GENON KENDALL LLC.265 FIRST ST, CAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS 02142 (MIDDLESEX)||11,163||.||11,163|
|6||INTEL MASSACHUSETTS INC.75 REED RD, HUDSON MASSACHUSETTS 01749 (MIDDLESEX)||8,954||1,365||10,319|
|7||GARLOCK PRINTING & CONVERTING.164 FREDETTE ST, GARDNER MASSACHUSETTS 01440 (WORCESTER)||9,777||253||10,030|
|8||SAINT-GOBAIN ABRASIVES & SAINT -GOBAIN CERAMICS & PLASTICS.1 NEW BOND ST, WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS 01606 (WORCESTER)||8,161||.||8,161|
|9||BRAYTON POINT ENERGY LLC.1 BRAYTON POINT RD, SOMERSET MASSACHUSETTS 02725 (BRISTOL)||7,799||.||7,799|
|10||MATEP LLC.474 BROOKLINE AVE, BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 02215 (SUFFOLK)||6,575||.||6,575|
|11||BRAINTREE ELECTRIC LIGHT DEPARTMENT.100 POTTER RD, BRAINTREE MASSACHUSETTS 02184 (NORFOLK)||6,278||.||6,278|
|12||L'ENERGIA ENERGY CENTER.2 TANNER ST, LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS 01852 (MIDDLESEX)||4,354||.||4,354|
|13||KRAFT FOODS GROUP INC.HILL ST, WOBURN MASSACHUSETTS 01801 (MIDDLESEX)||2,097||.||2,097|
|14||BORDEN & REMINGTON CORP.63 WATER ST, FALL RIVER MASSACHUSETTS 02721 (BRISTOL)||1,955||.||1,955|
|15||MOUNT TOM GENERATING CO LLC.200 NORTHAMPTON ST, HOLYOKE MASSACHUSETTS 01040 (HAMPDEN)||1,740||.||1,740|
|16||BODYCOTE THERMAL PROCESSING.284 GROVE ST, WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS 01605 (WORCESTER)||1,476||.||1,476|
|17||ROBBINS MANUFACTURING CO.1200 AIRPORT RD, FALL RIVER MASSACHUSETTS 02720 (BRISTOL)||444||.||444|
|18||BIOGEN IDEC INC.14 CAMBRIDGE CENTER, CAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS 02142 (MIDDLESEX)||202||.||202|
|19||CAPSTAN ATLANTIC.10 CUSHING DR, WRENTHAM MASSACHUSETTS 02093 (NORFOLK)||13||.||13|
|20||HOLLAND CO.153 HOWLAND AVE, ADAMS MASSACHUSETTS 01220 (BERKSHIRE)||5||.||5|
|21||JOSEPH'S GOURMET PASTA CO.133 HALE ST, HAVERHILL MASSACHUSETTS 01830 (ESSEX)||4||.||4|
|22||WAKEFIELD CORP.29 FOUNDRY ST, WAKEFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 01880 (MIDDLESEX)||0||.||0|
|23||UNITED COUNTY INDUSTRIES.32 HOWE AVE, MILLBURY MASSACHUSETTS 01527 (WORCESTER)||0||.||0|
|24||ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS INC.85 PARKER ST, NEWBURYPORT MASSACHUSETTS 01950 (ESSEX)||0||.||0|
|25||SEKISUI VOLTEK LLC.100 SHEPARD ST, LAWRENCE MASSACHUSETTS 01843 (ESSEX)||NA||NA||NA|
|26||POLYMETALLURGICAL LLC.262 BROAD ST, NORTH ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 02760 (BRISTOL)||NA||NA||NA|
|27||MICROSEMI CORP.123 BRIMBAL AVE, BEVERLY MASSACHUSETTS 01915 (ESSEX)||NA||NA||NA|
|28||MERSEN USA NEWBURYPORT MA LLC.374 MERRIMAC ST, NEWBURYPORT MASSACHUSETTS 01950 (ESSEX)||NA||NA||NA|
|29||M/A-COM TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS INC.1001 PAWTUCKET BLVD, LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS 01854 (MIDDLESEX)||NA||NA||NA|
|30||EXCELITAS TECHNOLOGIES CORP.35 CONGRESS ST, SALEM MASSACHUSETTS 01970 (ESSEX)||NA||NA||NA|
|31||COMPOSITE MODULES INC.61 UNION ST, ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 02703 (BRISTOL)||NA||NA||NA|
|32||CHECON CORP.30 LARSEN WAY, NORTH ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 02763 (BRISTOL)||NA||NA||NA|
|33||BROOKFIELD WIRE CO INC.231 E MAIN ST, WEST BROOKFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 01585 (WORCESTER)||NA||NA||NA|
|34||BRAININ ADVANCE INDUSTRIES.48 FRANK MOSSBERG DR, ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 02703 (BRISTOL)||NA||NA||NA|
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