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|Data Source: 2013 National Analysis dataset (released October 2014) (Updated Nov 24, 2014)||See Note||Instructions for printing wide reports|
|TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in pounds), for all 39 facilities, for facilities in All Industries, for ZINC COMPOUNDS 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||SOLUTIA INC.730 WORCESTER ST, SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 01151 (HAMPDEN)||3,175||700,449||703,624|
|2||ACUSHNET CO BALL PLANT III.215 DUCHAINE BLVD, NEW BEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS 02745 (BRISTOL)||5||201,716||201,721|
|3||ACUSHNET CO BALL PLANT II.256 SAMUEL BARNETT BLVD, NORTH DARTMOUTH MASSACHUSETTS 02714 (BRISTOL)||15||124,227||124,242|
|4||CALLAWAY GOLF BALL OPERATIONS INC.425 MEADOW ST, CHICOPEE MASSACHUSETTS 01013 (HAMPDEN)||0||113,183||113,183|
|5||DUNCAN GROUP.69 NORMAN ST, EVERETT MASSACHUSETTS 02149 (MIDDLESEX)||2,600||45,100||47,700|
|6||PLATING TECHNOLOGY INC (DBA STAR PLATING CO).41 COFFIN AVE, NEW BEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS 02746 (BRISTOL)||0||12,197||12,197|
|7||CLARIANT CORP MASTERB ATCHES DIV.85 INDUSTRIAL DR, HOLDEN MASSACHUSETTS 01520 (WORCESTER)||5||9,456||9,461|
|8||V&S TAUNTON GALVANIZING LLC.585 JOHN HANCOCK RD, TAUNTON MASSACHUSETTS 02780 (BRISTOL)||505||5,892||6,397|
|9||GENERAL CABLE INDUSTRIES INC.20 FORGE PARK, FRANKLIN MASSACHUSETTS 02038 (NORFOLK)||0||5,678||5,678|
|10||TEKNOR APEX ELASTOMERS INC.33 FULLER ST, LEOMINSTER MASSACHUSETTS 01453 (WORCESTER)||116||5,516||5,631|
|11||VICOR CORP.400 FEDERAL ST, ANDOVER MASSACHUSETTS 01810 (ESSEX)||0||5,562||5,562|
|12||HOLLINGSWORTH & VOSE CO WEST GROTON.219 TOWNSEND RD, WEST GROTON MASSACHUSETTS 01472 (MIDDLESEX)||1,300||1,700||3,000|
|13||BRAYTON POINT ENERGY LLC.1 BRAYTON POINT RD, SOMERSET MASSACHUSETTS 02725 (BRISTOL)||491||948||1,439|
|14||OMNOVA SOLUTIONS.83 & 119 AUTHORITY DR, FITCHBURG MASSACHUSETTS 01420 (WORCESTER)||1||1,404||1,405|
|15||SEKISUI VOLTEK LLC.100 SHEPARD ST, LAWRENCE MASSACHUSETTS 01843 (ESSEX)||0||1,368||1,368|
|16||METALOR TECHNOLOGIES USA CORP REFINING DIV.255 JOHN L. DIETSCH BLVD, NORTH ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 02763 (BRISTOL)||754||62||816|
|17||KANZAKI SPECIALTY PAPERS INC.20 CUMMINGS ST, WARE MASSACHUSETTS 01082 (HAMPSHIRE)||0||747||747|
|18||INTERPOLYMER CORP.200 DAN RD, CANTON MASSACHUSETTS 02021 (NORFOLK)||0||713||713|
|19||DRAKA CABLETEQ USA INC.22 JOSEPH E WARNER BLVD, NORTH DIGHTON MASSACHUSETTS 02764 (BRISTOL)||0||696||696|
|20||BENJAMIN MOORE & CO - MILFORD.49 SUMNER ST, MILFORD MASSACHUSETTS 01757 (WORCESTER)||125||475||600|
|21||RIVERDALE MILLS CORP.130 RIVERDALE ST, NORTHBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS 01534 (WORCESTER)||67||76||143|
|22||HUDSON COLOR CONCENTRATES INC.50 FRANCIS ST, LEOMINSTER MASSACHUSETTS 01453 (WORCESTER)||2||101||103|
|23||POLYMER CONCENTRATES INC.179 WOODLAWN ST, CLINTON MASSACHUSETTS 01510 (WORCESTER)||0||101||101|
|24||S&E SPECIALTY POLYMERS LLC.140 LEOMINSTER-SHIRLEY RD, LUNENBURG MASSACHUSETTS 01462 (WORCESTER)||5||86||91|
|25||QUABAUG CORP.17 SCHOOL ST, NORTH BROOKFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 01535 (WORCESTER)||0||56||56|
|26||3M CO CHELMSFORD.279 BILLERICA RD, CHELMSFORD MASSACHUSETTS 01824 (MIDDLESEX)||0||33||33|
|27||CERTAINTEED CORP.1077 PLEASANT ST, NORWOOD MASSACHUSETTS 02062 (NORFOLK)||20||7||27|
|28||RUST-OLEUM.113 OLIVE ST, ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 02703 (BRISTOL)||0||14||14|
|29||SCULLY SIGNAL.70 INDUSTRIAL WAY, WILMINGTON MASSACHUSETTS 01887 (MIDDLESEX)||1||.||1|
|30||TEXTILE RUBBER & CHEMICAL CO.63 WATER ST, FALL RIVER MASSACHUSETTS 02721 (BRISTOL)||0||.||0|
|31||NYACOL NANOTECHNOLOGIES INC.211 MEGUNKO RD, ASHLAND MASSACHUSETTS 01721 (MIDDLESEX)||0||0||0|
|32||COMTRAN CORP.330A TURNER ST, ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 02703 (BRISTOL)||0||0||0|
|33||COMTRAN.1 MAIN ST, WHITINSVILLE MASSACHUSETTS 01588 (WORCESTER)||0||0||0|
|34||VALSPAR SAMUEL CABOT DIV.100 HALE ST, NEWBURYPORT MASSACHUSETTS 01950 (ESSEX)||NA||NA||NA|
|35||TOPCOAT.24 INDUSTRIAL RD, WALPOLE MASSACHUSETTS 02081 (NORFOLK)||NA||NA||NA|
|36||STANDARD RUBBER PRODUCTS INC.64 B ST, WEST HANOVER MASSACHUSETTS 02339 (PLYMOUTH)||NA||NA||NA|
|37||NORTHEAST PRODUCTS CO INC.52 FERRY ST, FALL RIVER MASSACHUSETTS 02721 (BRISTOL)||NA||NA||NA|
|38||HEATBATH CORP.107 FRONT ST, INDIAN ORCHARD MASSACHUSETTS 01151 (HAMPDEN)||NA||NA||NA|
|39||ALPHAGARY CORP.170 PIONEER DR, LEOMINSTER MASSACHUSETTS 01453 (WORCESTER)||NA||NA||NA|
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