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|TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in pounds), for all 30 facilities, for facilities in All Industries, for THALLIUM COMPOUNDS chemical, U.S., 2015|
|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 ELECTRIC POWER HW PIRKEY POWER PLANT.2400 FM RD 3251, HALLSVILLE TEXAS 75650 (HARRISON)||12,022||0||12,022|
|2||BALDWIN ENERGY COMPLEX.10901 BALDWIN RD, BALDWIN ILLINOIS 62217 (RANDOLPH)||16,635||593||17,228|
|3||BARRICK GOLDSTRIKE MINES INC.27 MILES N OF CARLIN NEVADA, CARLIN NEVADA 89822 (ELKO)||65,137||0||65,137|
|4||BIG BROWN STEAM ELECTRIC STATION & LIGNITE MINE.11 MI E OF FAIRFIELD ON FM 2570, FAIRFIELD TEXAS 75840 (FREESTONE)||12,484||.||12,484|
|5||COLSTRIP STEAM ELECTRIC STATION.WILLOW AVE, COLSTRIP MONTANA 59323 (ROSEBUD)||21,851||90||21,941|
|6||DUCK CREEK POWER STATION.17751 N CILCO RD, CANTON ILLINOIS 61520 (FULTON)||7,354||0||7,354|
|7||DUKE ENERGY FLORIDA LLC-CRYSTAL RIVER POWER PLANT.15760 W POWERLINE ST, CRYSTAL RIVER FLORIDA 34428 (CITRUS)||2,466||0||2,466|
|8||DUKE ENERGY INDIANA INC - GIBSON GENERATING STATION.1097 N 950 W, OWENSVILLE INDIANA 47665 (GIBSON)||78,718||0||78,718|
|9||GAVIN POWER LLC.7397 N STATE RT 7, CHESHIRE OHIO 45620 (GALLIA)||26,178||0||26,178|
|10||GCC RIO GRANDE INC.3372 LIME RD, PUEBLO COLORADO 81004 (PUEBLO)||7||.||7|
|11||GIANT CEMENT CO.HWY 453 & I-26 (654 JUDGE ST), HARLEYVILLE SOUTH CAROLINA 29448 (DORCHESTER)||37||17||54|
|12||JEFFREY ENERGY CENTER.25905 JEFFREY RD, SAINT MARYS KANSAS 66536 (POTTAWATOMIE)||18,106||0||18,106|
|13||KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER MINE CONCENTRATORS & POWER PLANT.8362 WEST 10200 SOUTH, BINGHAM CANYON UTAH 84006 (SALT LAKE)||579||0||579|
|14||KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER SMELTER & REFINERY.12000 WEST 2100 SOUTH & 11500 W 2100 S, MAGNA UTAH 84044 (SALT LAKE)||43,519||24||43,543|
|15||KENTUCKY UTILITIES CO GHENT STATION.9485 US HWY 42E, GHENT KENTUCKY 41045 (CARROLL)||51,453||.||51,453|
|16||KEYSTONE POWER PLANT.313 KEYSTONE DR, SHELOCTA PENNSYLVANIA 15774 (ARMSTRONG)||17,723||.||17,723|
|17||LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC CO - MILL CREEK STATION.14660 DIXIE HWY, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 40272 (JEFFERSON)||15,661||0||15,661|
|18||LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC CO - TRIMBLE COUNTY STATION.487 CORN CREEK RD, BEDFORD KENTUCKY 40006 (TRIMBLE)||21,351||0||21,351|
|19||MARTIN LAKE STEAM ELECTRIC STATION & LIGNITE MINE.8850 FM 2658 N, TATUM TEXAS 75691 (RUSK)||55,775||.||55,775|
|20||MILLER STEAM PLANT.4250 PORTER RD, QUINTON ALABAMA 35130 (JEFFERSON)||32,129||0||32,129|
|21||NEWMONT MINING CORP - CARLIN SOUTH AREA.6 MILES N OF CARLIN, CARLIN NEVADA 89822 (EUREKA)||780,004||0||780,004|
|22||NEWMONT MINING CORP TWIN CREEKS MINE.35 MILES NE OF GOLCONDA, GOLCONDA NEVADA 89414 (HUMBOLDT)||120,000||0||120,000|
|23||OAK GROVE STEAM ELECTRIC STATION.8127 OAK GROVE RD, FRANKLIN TEXAS 77856 (ROBERTSON)||100,904||.||100,904|
|24||PRAIRIE STATE GENERATING CO.1739 NEW MARIGOLD ROAD, MARISSA ILLINOIS 62257 (WASHINGTON)||44,435||631||45,066|
|25||SANDOW 5 GENERATING PLANT & LIGNITE MINE.3708 CHARLES MARTIN HALL RD, ROCKDALE TEXAS 76567 (MILAM)||63,164||.||63,164|
|26||SCHERER STEAM ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANT.10986 HWY 87, JULIETTE GEORGIA 31046 (MONROE)||22,141||0||22,141|
|27||US TVA CUMBERLAND FOSSIL PLANT.815 CUMBERLAND CITY RD, CUMBERLAND CITY TENNESSEE 37050 (STEWART)||25,297||0||25,297|
|28||US TVA PARADISE FOSSIL PLANT.13246 STATE RT 176 SUITE 10, DRAKESBORO KENTUCKY 42337 (MUHLENBERG)||32,032||0||32,032|
|29||US TVA SHAWNEE FOSSIL PLANT.7900 METROPOLIS LAKE RD, WEST PADUCAH KENTUCKY 42086 (MCCRACKEN)||26,218||0||26,218|
|30||USS GARY WORKS.1 N BROADWAY, GARY INDIANA 46402 (LAKE)||15,170||814||15,984|
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