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TRI Facility Name: CHEMICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF THE NORTHWEST INC
Address: 17629 CEDAR SPRINGS LN, ARLINGTON OREGON 97812 (GILLIAM)
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County:GILLIAM
Public Contact:JAMES L. DENSON
Phone Number:602-757-3352
 
Forms Submitted to TRI in 2004 Reporting Year:
Form R (regular form):28
Form A (certification form):0
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Click here for the facility's TRI Pollution Prevention (P2) Report
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North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code(s) in 2004 Reporting Year:
562211 - Hazardous Waste Treatment And Disposal (Primary)
 
Industry sector used in TRI Explorer analysis in 2004 Reporting Year:
562 - Hazardous Waste
 

Reported TRI Chemical Data
(in pounds, for all chemicals reported in 2004)
 
Total On-site Releases: 20,156,326
Total Off-site Releases: 246
Total Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management: 5,802
Total Waste Managed: 32,428,769

 



TRI Facility Trend Graphs (click to view trend graph)
 
     Total On- and Off-site Releases
     Total Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management
     Total Waste Managed

TRI Chemical Trend Table (click to view trend table)
(all chemicals reported to TRI between 1998 and 2004)
Row # Chemical On- and Off-site Releases Trend Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management Trend Quantities of TRI Chemicals in Waste Trend EPA's IRIS Substance File (Risk Information) 
1 1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
2 1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
3 1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
4 2,4-D Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
5 2-ETHOXYETHANOL Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
6 2-METHOXYETHANOL Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
7 4,4'-ISOPROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
8 4,4'-METHYLENEBIS(2-CHLOROANILINE) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
9 ALDRIN Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
10 ALUMINUM (FUME OR DUST) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
11 ALUMINUM OXIDE (FIBROUS FORMS) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
12 AMMONIA Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
13 ANTHRACENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
14 ANTIMONY Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
15 ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
16 ARSENIC Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
17 ARSENIC COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
18 ASBESTOS (FRIABLE) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
19 ATRAZINE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
20 BARIUM Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
21 BARIUM COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
22 BENZENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
23 BENZO(G,H,I)PERYLENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
24 C.I. FOOD RED 15 Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
25 CADMIUM Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
26 CHLORDANE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
27 CHLORINE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
28 CHROMIUM Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
29 CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS(EXCEPT CHROMITE ORE MINED IN THE TRANSVAAL REGION) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
30 COBALT COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
31 COPPER Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
32 COPPER COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
33 CREOSOTE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
34 CYANIDE COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
35 DECABROMODIPHENYL OXIDE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
36 DIBUTYL PHTHALATE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
37 DICAMBA Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
38 DICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
39 DICHLOROMETHANE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
40 DIISOCYANATES Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
41 DIMETHYL PHTHALATE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
42 DIOXIN AND DIOXIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
43 ETHYL ACRYLATE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
44 ETHYLENE GLYCOL Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
45 FORMALDEHYDE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
46 HEPTACHLOR Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
47 HEXACHLOROBENZENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
48 HYDROCHLORIC ACID (1995 AND AFTER "ACID AEROSOLS" ONLY) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
49 HYDROGEN FLUORIDE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
50 HYDROQUINONE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
51 ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL (MANUFACTURING,STRONG-ACID PROCESS ONLY,NO SUPPLIER) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
52 LEAD Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
53 LEAD COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
54 LINDANE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
55 LITHIUM CARBONATE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
56 MANGANESE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
57 MANGANESE COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
58 MERCURY Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
59 MERCURY COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
60 METHAM SODIUM Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
61 METHANOL Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
62 METHOXYCHLOR Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
63 METHYL ETHYL KETONE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
64 METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
65 MOLYBDENUM TRIOXIDE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
66 N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
67 NAPHTHALENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
68 NICKEL Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
69 NICKEL COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
70 NITRATE COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
71 NITRIC ACID Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
72 OXYFLUORFEN Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
73 PENDIMETHALIN Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
74 PENTACHLOROPHENOL Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
75 PHENOL Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
76 PHOSPHORIC ACID Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
77 PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
78 POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
79 POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
80 PROPYLENE OXIDE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
81 SELENIUM Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
82 SELENIUM COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
83 SILVER Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
84 STYRENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
85 STYRENE OXIDE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
86 SULFURIC ACID (1994 AND AFTER "ACID AEROSOLS" ONLY) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
87 TETRACHLOROETHYLENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
88 THIOUREA Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
89 TOLUENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
90 TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (MIXED ISOMERS) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
91 TOLUENE-2,4-DIISOCYANATE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
92 TOXAPHENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
93 TRICHLOROETHYLENE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
94 TRIFLURALIN Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
95 URETHANE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
96 VINYL ACETATE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
97 VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
98 XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
99 ZINC (FUME OR DUST) Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report
100 ZINC COMPOUNDS Click to see detail report Click to see detail report Click to see detail report



Other TRI Facility Information
Latitude: 45.623
Longitude: -120.254
Parent Company Name: WASTE MANAGEMENT INC
Parent Company’s Dun and Bradstreet: 194672085
TRI Facility ID Number: 97812CHMCL17629
RCRA ID Number (Land): ORD089452353








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Note: Reporting year (RY) 2017 is the most recent TRI data year 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 2017 data set (released to the public in April 2019). This dataset includes revisions for the years 1988 to 2017 processed by EPA, Revisions submitted to EPA after this time are not reflected in TRI Explorer reports. TRI data may also be obtained through EPA Envirofacts.



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