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|Data Source: 2016 Dataset (released March 2018)||See Note||Instructions for printing wide reports|
|TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in pounds), for All industries, for All chemicals, Erie County, New York, 2010|
|(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, Erie County, New York, 2010|
|Row #||Chemical||Total Off-site Disposal or Other Releases||Total On- and Off-site Disposal or Other Releases|
|1||DIOXIN AND DIOXIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS||.||.5400000|
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Note: Reporting year (RY) 2016 is the most recent TRI data available. Facilities reporting to TRI were required to submit their data to EPA by July 1 for the previous calendar year's activities.. TRI Explorer is using an updated data set (released to the public in March 2018). This dataset includes revisions for the years 1988 to 2016 processed by EPA, after the National Analysis Dataset was released. Revisions submitted to EPA after this time are not reflected in TRI Explorer reports. TRI data may also be obtained through EPA Envirofacts.
Users of TRI information should be aware that TRI data reflect releases and other waste management activities of chemicals, not whether (or to what degree) the public has been exposed to those chemicals. Release estimates alone are not sufficient to determine exposure or to calculate potential adverse effects on human health and the environment. TRI data, in conjunction with other information, can be used as a starting point in evaluating exposures that may result from releases and other waste management activities which involve toxic chemicals. The determination of potential risk depends upon many factors, including the toxicity of the chemical, the fate of the chemical, and the amount and duration of human or other exposure to the chemical after it is released.
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.
A decimal point, or "." denotes the following: if a decimal point is reported across an entire row, the facility submitted a Form A (i.e., the facility certified that its total annual reportable amount is less than 500 pounds, and does not manufacture, process, or otherwise use more than 1 million pounds); or if a decimal point is reported in a single column, 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).How to cite TRI Explorer. Following APA Style, 6th edition, an appropriate citation to TRI Explorer is:
United States Environmental Protection Agency. (2018). TRI Explorer (2016 Dataset (released March 2018)) [Internet database]. Retrieved from https://www.epa.gov/triexplorer, (March 17, 2018).
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