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|Data Source: 2012 National Analysis dataset (released to the public in November 2013)||See Note||Instructions for printing wide reports|
|TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in pounds), for all 4 facilities, for facilities in All Industries, for HYDROGEN FLUORIDE chemical, New Hampshire, 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||MERRIMACK STATION.97 RIVER RD, BOW NEW HAMPSHIRE 03304 (MERRIMACK)||100,004||.||100,004|
|2||SCHILLER STATION.400 GOSLING RD, PORTSMOUTH NEW HAMPSHIRE 03801 (ROCKINGHAM)||31,000||.||31,000|
|3||BRAZONICS INC.94 TIDE MILL RD, HAMPTON NEW HAMPSHIRE 03842 (ROCKINGHAM)||920||.||920|
|4||PUBLIC SERVICE CO OF NEW HAMPSHIRE NEWINGTON STATION.165 GOSLING RD, NEWINGTON NEW HAMPSHIRE 03801 (ROCKINGHAM)||281||.||281|
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For purposes of analysis, data reported as Range Code A is calculated using a value of 5 pounds, Range Code B is calculated using a value of 250 pounds and Range Code C is calculated using a value of 750 pounds.
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A decimal point, or "." denotes that the facility left that particular cell blank in its Form R submission (a zero in a cell denotes either that the facility reported "0" or "NA" in its Form R submission). "NA" in a cell denotes that the facility has submitted only Form A and thus the data for release, waste transfers or quantities of TRI chemicals in waste are not applicable. By submitting a Form A the facility has certified that its total annual reportable amount is less than 500 pounds, and that the facility does not manufacture, process, or otherwise use more than 1 million pounds of the toxic chemical.
The user selected list of chemicals applied in this report includes: HYDROGEN FLUORIDE
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