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2011 Summary of TRI Information for San Diego County, CA Data Source: 2013 National Analysis dataset (released to the public in October 2014)



Map of TRI Facilities in San Diego County, CA
Number of TRI Facilities in San Diego County, CA:  80
Total On-site Releases and Off-site Transfers:

636,810   lbs



    Total On-site Releases:
        Air:
        Water:
        Land:
587,145
244,500
56,155
286,489
  lbs
  lbs
  lbs
  lbs



    Total Off-Site Transfers: 49,666 lbs

How does San Diego County, CA compare to the state of California?
Number of TRI facilities in California: 1289 Total Releases and Transfers in California: 36,749,778  lbs
San Diego County, CA accounts for 1.73% of total TRI releases/transfers in California
California ranks 26 out of 56 states/territories nationwide based on lbs released/transferred (Rank 1 = highest releases)
What Large Aquatic Ecosystem does San Diego County, CA contribute to? This location is not within an area covered by an EPA administered Large Aquatic Ecosystem program.
What Industry contributes the most On-site Releases to San Diego County, CA? Industry Sector ZZZ - No TRI Industry Sector Code
Total On-site Releases:
  Air:
  Water:
  Land:
369,981
27,636
55,865
286,480
  lbs
  lbs
  lbs
  lbs
Which facility contributes the most Total Releases and Transfers in San Diego County, CA?
US DOD MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Industry Sector ZZZ - No TRI Industry Sector Code
This facility did not report pollution prevention activity during the year.
    To environmental medium: Land (255,998 lbs)
With a primary chemical release of: NITRATE COMPOUNDS
Representing 63% of total Land releases for this area


Are Total Releases and Transfers increasing or decreasing?
Releases from 2001 to 2011 decreased based on a common set of chemicals (2001 Core).





Top Five TRI Chemicals by Environmental Medium for San Diego County, CA for 2011
(Air, Water, Land, Transfers)

Note: **=Carcinogenic Chemical

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