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|TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in pounds), for all 47 facilities, for facilities in All Industries, for CADMIUM chemical, U.S., 2012|
|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||AMERICAN AXLE & MANUFACTURING INC.700 ASH ST, REEDSBURG WISCONSIN 53959 (SAUK)||0||29||29|
|2||AMPHENOL CORP.40-60 DELAWARE AVE, SIDNEY NEW YORK 13838 (DELAWARE)||9||142||151|
|3||BELL PLANT 5.1700 N HWY 360, GRAND PRAIRIE TEXAS 75050 (TARRANT)||1||417||418|
|4||BELMONT METALS INC.330 BELMONT AVE, BROOKLYN NEW YORK 11207 (KINGS)||.||0||0|
|5||BLOOMFIELD FOUNDRY INC.808 KARR AVE, BLOOMFIELD IOWA 52537 (DAVIS)||0||6||6|
|6||BOLLINGER MARINE FABRICATORS LLC.816 BOLLINGER LN, AMELIA LOUISIANA 70340 (ST MARY PARISH)||49||0||49|
|7||BRAININ ADVANCE INDUSTRIES.48 FRANK MOSSBERG DR, ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 02703 (BRISTOL)||.||0||0|
|8||CARLSON PRODUCTS.4601 N TYLER RD, MAIZE KANSAS 67101 (SEDGWICK)||5||0||5|
|9||CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT.36964 ALABAMA HWY 17, EMELLE ALABAMA 35459 (SUMTER)||31,039||3||31,042|
|10||CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF THE NORTHWEST INC.17629 CEDAR SPRINGS LN, ARLINGTON OREGON 97812 (GILLIAM)||24,695||11||24,706|
|11||CHEMOIL TERMINALS CORP.2365 E SEPULVEDA BLVD, CARSON CALIFORNIA 90810 (LOS ANGELES)||0||0||0|
|12||CLEAN HARBORS BUTTONWILLOW LLC.2500 WEST LOKERN ROAD, BUTTONWILLOW CALIFORNIA 93206 (KERN)||8,391||0||8,391|
|13||CLEAN HARBORS DEER TRAIL LLC.108555 EAST HIGHWAY 36, DEER TRAIL COLORADO 80105 (ADAMS)||67,134||0||67,134|
|14||CLEAN HARBORS EL DORADO LLC.309 AMERICAN CIR UNION, EL DORADO ARKANSAS 71730 (UNION)||4||293||297|
|15||CLEAN HARBORS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.2247 S HWY 71, KIMBALL NEBRASKA 69145 (KIMBALL)||18,317||267||18,584|
|16||CLEAN HARBORS GRASSY MOUNTAIN LLC.3 MILES E 7 MILES N EXIT 41 ON I-80, GRANTSVILLE UTAH 84029 (TOOELE)||12,004||54||12,058|
|17||EXIDE TECHNOLOGIES.2700 S INDIANA ST, LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 90058 (LOS ANGELES)||3||1,045||1,048|
|18||EXIDE TECHNOLOGIES.4115 S ZERO ST, FORT SMITH ARKANSAS 72908 (SEBASTIAN)||0||43||43|
|19||FRITZ PRODUCTS.255 MARION, RIVER ROUGE MICHIGAN 48218 (WAYNE)||0||6||6|
|20||HYSPAN PRECISION PRODUCTS, INC..1685 BRANDYWINE AVE., CHULA VISTA CALIFORNIA 91911 (SAN DIEGO)||0||12||12|
|21||JAYHAWK FINE CHEMICALS CORP.8545 SE JAYHAWK DR, GALENA KANSAS 66739 (CHEROKEE)||.||0||0|
|22||KENTUCKY ELECTRIC STEEL.2704 S BIG RUN RD, ASHLAND KENTUCKY 41102 (BOYD)||13||597||610|
|23||KIMBLE CO (DBA CENTRAL FUEL CO).2458 SHADYVIEW RD, NEW PHILADELPHIA OHIO 44663 (TUSCARAWAS)||.||0||0|
|24||LIBERTY STEEL GEORGETOWN INC.1219 FRONT ST, GEORGETOWN SOUTH CAROLINA 29440 (GEORGETOWN)||1||12||14|
|25||LIMA REFINING CO.1150 S METCALF ST, LIMA OHIO 45804 (ALLEN)||28||6||34|
|26||LUXOTTICA OPTICAL MANUFACTURING NA DALLAS.2465 JOE FIELD RD, DALLAS TEXAS 75229 (DALLAS)||0||5||5|
|27||LUXOTTICA OPTICAL MANUFACTURING NORTH AMERICA MIDDLE CREE.4716 MIDDLE CREEK LN, KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE 37921 (KNOX)||0||5||5|
|28||LUXOTTICA OPTICAL MANUFACTURING-COLUMBUS.2150 BIXBY RD, LOCKBOURNE OHIO 43137 (FRANKLIN)||0||10||10|
|29||LUXOTTICA OPTICAL MANUFACTURING-MEMPHIS.5780 E SHELBY DR, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE 38141 (SHELBY)||0||2||2|
|30||MARCHEM SOUTHEAST INC.400 N MAIN ST, ADAIRSVILLE GEORGIA 30103 (BARTOW)||0||0||0|
|31||MENZIES AVIATION FUELING OPERATIONS WASH DULLES INTERNATIONA.TANK FARM RD BUILDING 2, STERLING VIRGINIA 20166 (LOUDOUN)||0||0||0|
|32||METAL CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES LLC.63 INDUSTRIAL DR, CARTERSVILLE GEORGIA 30120 (BARTOW)||0||0||0|
|33||NYSTAR GORDONSVILLE MINE & MILL.120 ZINC MINE CIR, GORDONSVILLE TENNESSEE 38563 (SMITH)||1,712||0||1,712|
|34||ONE EARTH ENERGY LLC.202 N JORDAN DR, GIBSON CITY ILLINOIS 60936 (FORD)||3||0||3|
|35||PALM COMMODITIES INTERNATIONAL LLC.1289 BRIDGESTONE PKWY, LA VERGNE TENNESSEE 37086 (RUTHERFORD)||10||0||10|
|36||PEERLESS OIL & CHEMICALS INC.HWY 127, KM.17.1, PENUELAS PUERTO RICO 00624 (PENUELAS)||0||5||5|
|37||SABRE INDUSTRIES.8653 E HWY 67, ALVARADO TEXAS 76009 (JOHNSON)||0||0||0|
|38||SANDERS LEAD CO INC.1 SANDERS RD, TROY ALABAMA 36079 (PIKE)||36,305||9||36,314|
|39||STEEL KING INDUSTRIES INC.30 INDL BLVD SE, ROME GEORGIA 30161 (FLOYD)||28||11||39|
|40||SUNBURY GENERATION LP.OLD SUSQUEHANNA TRAIL, SHAMOKIN DAM PENNSYLVANIA 17876 (SNYDER)||3||0||3|
|41||THE DOW CHEMICAL CO - LOUISIANA OPERATIONS.21255 LA HWY 1 S, PLAQUEMINE LOUISIANA 70764 (IBERVILLE PARISH)||47||3||50|
|42||TM DEER PARK SERVICES LP.2525 BATTLEGROUND RD, DEER PARK TEXAS 77536 (HARRIS)||13,255||2||13,257|
|43||UNILIN US MDF.149 HOMANIT USA RD, MOUNT GILEAD NORTH CAROLINA 27306 (MONTGOMERY)||0||0||0|
|44||US ECOLOGY IDAHO INC.20400 LEMLEY RD, GRAND VIEW IDAHO 83624 (OWYHEE)||25,757||0||25,757|
|45||US ECOLOGY NEVADA INC.12 MILES S OF BEATTY ON HWY 95, BEATTY NEVADA 89003 (NYE)||61,912||25||61,937|
|46||VICKERY ENVIRONMENTAL INC.3956 STATE RT 412, VICKERY OHIO 43464 (SANDUSKY)||156,582||29||156,611|
|47||WIELAND COPPER PRODUCTS LLC.3990 US 311 HWY N, PINE HALL NORTH CAROLINA 27042 (STOKES)||38||1||39|
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