United States
Environmental Protection
Agency !
Office of ilnfbrJTiation
Analysis and Access
Washington, DJC'20460
February 2000
EPA745-B-00-001
Toxic Chemical Release Inventory
Reporting Forms arid Instructions
 Revised 1999 Version
Section 313           j
        :     ;        •'  !   ;
of the Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Khow Act
(Title ;III of the Superfttnd| Amendments
and Rbauthorization Act of 1|986)

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                         WHERE TO SEND REPORTS
                  REGULAR, CERTIFIED MAIL, OVERNIGHT
                           OR HAND DELIVERED
                         (SECTION A.7 (PAGES 4-5)}
                   FOR ATRS SOFTWARE SUPPORT CALL:
                       ATRS Technical Support Hotline
                                (703) 816-4434
                                    OR
                       Email: atrs.tech.sup port@epcra.org
                             Hours of Operation:
                           8:00 AM to 4:30 PM E.T.
                  For questions regarding Form R or Form A call:
                        EMERGENCY PLANNING AND
                  COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW HOTLINE
                       1-(800) 424-9346 OR (703) 412-9877
                           HOURS OF OPERATION:
                           9:00 AM TO 6:00 PM E.T.
                           (SECTION A.8 (PAGE 5))
HOW TO OBTAIN FORMS
       AND OTHER
     INFORMATION
  (SECTION A.8 (PAGES))
 Please send either: (1) one copy of each
  Form R or Form A, or (2) an ATRS99
   diskette to EPA at the appropriate
 address listed in Section A.7 (PAGE 4)
and an electronic or hard copy of each to
 your state. Be aware that not all states
 accept electronic versions of the Forms.
    Do not send a copy to your EPA
           Regional Office
  STATE DESIGNATED
SECTION 313 CONTACTS
     (APPENDIX F)
     SECTION 313 EPA REGIONAL
             CONTACTS
            (APPENDIX G)

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Important Information for Reporting Year 1999

The following information updates or corrects the Forms and Instructions for Reporting S'ear 1998. No other changes
or modifications have been made to the Forms and Instructions other than these here.
                                                                          ,  i
O  AH references to reporting year 1999 and all other date related references have been changed to reflect the current
    reporting year, (i.e., reporting year 1998 has been changed to reporting year 1999; prior year 1997 was changed
    to prior year 1998, etc.) This change was made for both the Form R and the instructions.
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D  Starting with the reporting year 1998, voluntary revisions must be submitted by July 315t of the same year as the
    reporting deadline for the revised data to be included in the next TRI data release.  In previous years this
    deadline was October 15th.

O  The back side of the pages of the Form R include a box stating, "This page intentionally left blank". Please do
    not copy double-sided.

D  Appendix A contains reporting instructions specific to  Federal facilities that are required to report under
    Executive Order 12856. Further guidance for Federal facilities may be obtained from the EPCRA Hotline at 1
    (800) 424-9346, or (703) 412-9877.

O  Appendix C, "Common Errors in Completing Form R Reports and Making Data Available" has been updated.

D  The State and Regional contact lists have been updated (Appendices F and G).
                                                                            ;i
O  The Alternate Threshold provides eligible facilities with the option of submitting a simplified Form A instead
    of the full Form R report.

D  The EPCRA Section 313 Chemical List (Table II) has not changed since last year.

D  A list of Section 313 industry-specific guidance documents and chemical-specific guidance documents and
    information on ordering  these documents free of charge  is provided on page vii.

O  Included in this reporting package is a compact disk (CD) that contains several  industry-specific regulatory
    guidance documents, including documents specific to the newly added industry groups, the EPCRA Section 313
    Questions and Answers book and all versions of ATRS99 (Windows 95,98 and NT; Windows 3.1) and the ATRS
    Users Guide.

D  These documents are also available on the Internet at http://www.epa.gov/tri.
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Table of Contents       	        ;

EPA's Automated TRI Reporting Software for Reporting Year 1999		. . v
Chemical and Industry Guidance Documents	vii-ix
Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Reporting Form R
Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Reporting Form A

A. General Information

A.I Who Must Report	 1
A.2 How to Assemble a Complete Report	 1
    A.2.a.  The Toxic Chemical Release Reporting Form, EPA Form R	 1
    A.2.b.  The Alternate Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Form, EPA Form A 	 2
A.3        Trade Secret Claims	 2
A.4        Recordkeeping	 2
A.5 How to Prepare a Voluntary Revision of a Previous Submission 	 3
    A.S.a.  Where to Submit a Voluntary Revision of a Previous Submission .	 3
A.6        When the Report Must Be Submitted	 3
A.7        Where to Send the Forms	•	 3
    A.7.a.  How to Send Your Disks Containing Form R(s) and/or Form A(s)  	 4
           A.7.a.l  Labeling Your Submission Diskette	 4
           A.7.a.2  Submitting Electronically to States	,	 5
A.8 How to Obtain Forms and Other Information	 5

B. Facility Eligibility Determination for Submitting an EPCRA
    Section 313  Report

B.I  Full-Time Employee Determination	 7
B.2  Primary SIC Code Determination	 7
     B.2.a.  Multi-Establishment Facilities	".	 8
     B.2.b.  Auxiliary Facilities	'	 10
     B.2.c.  Property Owners	 10
B.3  Activity Determination  	'	 10
     B.S.a.  Definitions of "Manufacture," "Process," and "OtherAvise Use"	 10
     B.S.b.  Activity Exemptions	.':	 13
B.4  Threshold Determinations	 18
     B.4.a.  How to Determine if Your Facility Has Exceeded Thresholds	 19
     B.4.b.  Threshold Determinations for On-Site Reuse Operations	 20
     B.4.c.  Threshold Determinations for Ammonia	 20
     B.4.d.  Threshold Determinations for Chemical Categories	 20
     B.4.e.  Mixtures and Other Trade Name Products	 21
B.5  Release and Other Waste Management Determinations for Metals; Metal Category
     Compounds, and Nitrate Compounds	'	 23

C.  Instructions for Completing EPA Form R

Part I.   Facility Identification Information

1.  Reporting Year	 25
2.  Trade Secret Information	 25
    2.1    Are you claiming the EPCRA Section 313 chemical identified on page 2 trade secret?	 25
    2.2    If "yes" in 2.1, is this copy sanitized or unsanitized?  	 25

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3.  Certification	  25
4.  Facility Identification	  25
    4.1     Facility Name, Location, and TRI Facility Identification Number	 .  25
    4.2     Full or Partial Facilify Indication	  26
    4.3     Technical Contact	  • •  26
    4.4     Public Contact	  26
    4.5     Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code	  26
    4.6     Latitude and Longitude	  27
    4.7     Dun & Bradstreet Number	j	•	  27
    4.8     EPA Identification Number	  27
    4.9     NPDES Permit Number	  27
    4.10   Underground Injection Well Code (UIC) Identification Number	  27
5.  Parent Company Information	  27
    5.1     Name of Parent Company	  27
    5.2     Parent Company's Dun & Bradstreet Number	  27

Part II.  Chemical-Specific Information
                                                                          j
1.  EPCRA Section 313 Chemical Identify	'....'	  29
    1.1     CAS Number	  29
    1.2     EPCRA Section 313 Chemical or Chemical Category Name	  29
    1.3      Generic Chemical Name	  30
2.  Mixture Component Identity  	  30
    2.1     Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier	  30
3.  Activities and Uses of the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical at the Facility	  30
    3.1     Manufacture the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical	 .	  30
    3.2     Process the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical (incorporative activities)	  31
    3.3     Otherwise Use the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical (non-incorporative activities)	  31
4.  Maximum Amount of the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical On-site at Any time During the Calendar Year ..  32
5.  Quantity of the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical Entering Each Environmental Medium On-site	  33
    5.1     Fugitive or Non-Point Air Emissions 	  33
    5.2     Stack  or Point Air Emissions	  33
    5.3     Discharges to Receiving Streams or Water Bodies  	  34
           5.4.1   Underground Injection On-Site to Class I Wells	  34
           5.4.2   Underground Injection On-site to Class II-V Wells	  34
    5.5     Disposal to Land  On-site	  34
           5.5.1A RCRA Subtitle C landfills	  34
           5.5.1B Other landfills	  34
           5.5.2 Land treatment/application farming  	  34
           5.5.3 Surface impoundment	  34
           5.5.4 Other Disposal	  35
              5.5.4a  Column A: Total Release	  35
              5.5.4b  Column B: Basis of Estimate	  36
              5.5.4c  Column C: Percent From Stormwater  ...,..,	  37
6.  Transfers of the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical in Wastes to Off-Site Locations	  38
    6.1     Discharges to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs)	  38
           6.1.A.1    Total Transfers	  39
           6.1.A.2    Basis of Estimate	  39
    6.2     Transfers to Other Off-Site Locations		  39
           6.2a    Column A: Total Transfers	  43
           6.2b    Column B: Basis of Estimate	  45
           6.2c    Column C: Type of Waste Management: Disposal/Treatment/Energy Recovery/Recycling 45
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7.   On-Site Waste Treatment, Energy Recovery, and Recycling Methods 	  47
    7A  On-Site Waste Treatment Methods and Efficiency	  47
        7A.a   Column A: General Waste Stream	 . .'.	  47
        7A.b   Column B: Waste Treatment Method(s) Sequence		  47
        7A.c   Column C: Range of Influent Concentration	  49
        7A.d   Column D: Waste Treatment Efficiency Estimate			  49
        7A.e   Column E: Based on Operating Data?	-.	  50
    7B  On-Site Energy Recovery Processes	•	  50
    7C  On-Site Recycling Processes	  52
8.   Source Reduction and Recycling Activities	  53

D. Facility Eligibility Determination for Alternate Threshold
    and for Reporting on EPA Form A

D.I     Alternate Threshold	  63
D.2     What is the Form A (Certification Statement)?	  63
D.3     What is the Total Annual Reportable Amount?	,	  63
D.4     Recordkeeping .	  63
D.5     Multi-establishment Facilities	  63
D.6     Trade Secrets	  64
D.7     Metals and Metal Category Compounds	  64

E.  Instructions for Completing EPA Form A

Part I.   Facility Identification Information

1.   Reporting Year	  65
2.   Trade Secret Information	!	•  65
    2.1     Are you  claiming the EPCRA Section 313 chemical identified on page 2 trade secret?  	  65
    2.2     If "yes" in 2.1, is this copy sanitized or unsanitized? 	  65
3.   Certification	 /	'•	  65
4.  Facility Identification	  65
    4.1     Facility Name, Location, and TRI Facility Identification Number	  65
    4.2     Federal Facility Designation  	  66
    4.3     Technical Contact	  66
    4.4     Intentionally Left Blank	  66
    4.5     Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code  	  66
    4.6     Latitude  and Longitude	  67
    4.7     Dun & Bradstreet Number(s)  	:	  67
    4.8     EPA Identification Number(s)	  67
    4.9     Facility NPDES Permit Number(s) '	:	  67
    4.10   Underground Injection Well Code (UIC) Identification Nurnber(s)	  67
5.   Parent Company Information	  67
    5.1     Name of Parent Company	  67
    5.2     Parent Company's Dun & Bradstreet Number	  67

Part II.  Chemical Identification

1.   Toxic Chemical Identity	  68
    1.1     CAS Number	  68
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    1.2    EPCRA Section 313 Chemical or Chemical Category Name	  68
    1.3    Generic Chemical Name 	'.	  68
 2,  Mixture Component Identity 	[	  59
    2.1    Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier	 69

 Table 1  SIC codes 10-73	[	1_1
 Table II EPCRA Section 313 Chemical List for Reporting Year 1999  	1	  H-l
 Table III State Abbreviations	,,              Ul_1

 Appendix A   Federal Facility Reporting Information	,	A-l
 Appendix B    Reporting Codes for EPA Form R 	'.	  B-l
 Appendix C   Common Errors in Completing Form R Reports and Making Data Available	C-'l
 Appendix D   Supplier Notification Requirements	',	 D-l
 Appendix E    How to Determine Latitude and Longitude From Topographic Maps	  E-'l
 Appendix F    State Designated Section 313 Contacts	  F-1
 Appendix G   Section 313 EPA Regional Contacts 	'.	G-1
 Appendix H   Section 313 Related Materials and Information Access  	,	H-l
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Automated TRI Reporting Software
   ATRS
Automated TRI
   Reporting Software
About ATRS

ATRS99 is EPA's Automated TRI Reporting Software for reporting TRI data for 1999 and any preceding year.
Listed below are some features which are new this year:

ATRS Features
•   ATRS99 on CD

Distributing our software on compact disk (CD) allows us to provide you with several of our industry-specific
regulatory guidance documents and the EPCRA Section 313 Questions and Answers book in addition to all versions
of ATRS99: Windows 32-bit (Windows 95, 98, and NT compatible); Windows 16-bit (Windows 3.1 compatible).

•   "Recycle" Your Old Data

The "reload data function" allows you to reload existing TRI data from any of the following sources which you may
have saved from previous TRI reporting: (1) any APR/ATRS submission diskette (for reporting years 1991 to 1998),
(2) AFR97 and ATRS98 for DOS database, or (3) AFR97 and ATRS98 for Windows database. Once reloaded these data
can easily be edited to update it as needed for 1999 reporting.

•   DOS Version Discontinued

We have discontinued the DOS version of the software due to low demand (approximately 100 filers last year used
the DOS version of ATRS).                                      ;

•   Create Diskette for State Submission

The create diskette screen now presents an option to create a diskette and cover letter for submission to a state agency.

•   Diskette Creation Message

The state disk, copy all, and copy selected diskette creation routines now feature a message upon successful
completion of the diskette creation routine.

•   Additional Validation Check for Waste Management Codes

For most metals and metal compound categories, only waste management codes for disposal and certain recycling
activities are accepted. This is because metals and metal category compounds are neither treated nor destroyed, and
therefore, these chemicals and chemical compounds can only be  managed through some form of disposal or
recycling/recovery process. The only exceptions to this are for those cases where the listed metal contains a qualifier
(e.g., aluminum — fume or dust) where the listed form of the metal may be transformed to a non-listed form. Use
of waste management codes other than these will produce an invalid code in section 6.2.X.C.  The user will be notified
of this error upon validation under the error code #339.

    Distinction Among Standard Industrial Classification; (SIC) Codes

EPA has provided guidance in the "Forms and Instructions" package each year directing facilities to enter their
"Primary" SIC code in the first place holder in Part 1, "Facility Information" section. This year, both Form R and Form
A have been slightly modified to include the title of "Primary SIC code" in the position of the first SIC code. Please
enter the "primary" SIC code for the facility in this field.

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 Automated TRI Reporting Software
 •   Disabling of the Warning Message for over 50,000 pounds

 ATRS has been modified so that the current warning message that appears at the first entry value over 50,000 pounds
 may be disabled by the submitter of the form.
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Chemical and Industry Guidance Documents
To receive a copy of any of the section 313 documents   Q
listed below, check the box(es)  next to  the  desired
document(s).  There is no charge  for any  of these
documents.  Be sure to type or clearly print your full
mailing address in the space provided on the third page
of this form (page viii). Send this request form or call
toll-free 1-800-490-9198.

    U.S. EPA/NCEPI
    P.O. Box 42419                                  Q
    Cincinnati, OH 45242-2419
    (800) 490-9198
    Fax: (513) 489-8695
    Internet:
    http://www.epa.gov/ncepihom/index.html

O  40 CFR 372, Toxic Chemical Release Reporting;
    Community Right-to-Know; Final Rule

    A reprint of the final section 313 rule as it appeared   Q
    in the Federal Register (FR) February 16,1988 (53 FR
    4500) (OTSFR 021688).

Q  Toxics Chemical Release Inventory Reporting
    Forms and Instructions for 1999
    February 2000 (EPA 740-K-00-001)

Q  Consolidated List of Chemicals Subject to
    Reporting Under the Act
    (Title III List of Lists) (EPA 550-B-98-017)

    A consolidated list of specific chemicals covered by   Q
    the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
    Know Act. The list contains the chemical name,
    CAS   Registry   Number,   and  reporting
    requirement(s) to which the chemical is subject.

Q  The Emergency Planning and Community Right-
    to-Know Act: Section 313 Release Reporting
    Requirements
    June 1999 (EPA 745/K-99-002)

    The brochure alerts businesses  to their reporting
    obligations under  section  313 and assists  in
    determining whether  their facility is required to
    report. The brochure contains  the EPA regional
    contacts, the list of section 313 toxic chemicals and
    a  description  of   the  Standard  Industrial   Q
    Classification (SIC) codes subject to section 313.
.Supplier Notification Requirements,
 (EPA 560-4-91-006)

 This pamphlet assists chemical suppliers who may
 be subject to the supplier notification requirements,
 gives  examples  of  situations  which require
 notification, describes the trade secret provision,
 and contains a sample notification.

 Trade Secrets Rule and Form
 (53 FR 28772)

 A reprint of the  final  rule that appeared in the
 Federal  Register  of July  29,  1988.   This  rule
 implements the trade secrets provision of the
 Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
 Know Act (section 322) and includes a copy of the
 trade sfecret substantiation form.

 Common Synonyms for Chemicals Listed Under
 Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and
 Community Right-to-Know Act
 (EPA 745-R-95-008)

 This glossary contains chemical names and their
 synonyms for substances covered by the reporting
 requirements of EPCRA section 313.  The glossary
 was developed to aid  in determining whether a
 facility manufactures, processes, or otherwise uses
 a chemical subject to section 313 reporting.

 Executive Order 12856 — Federal Compliance
 with Right-to-Know Laws and Pollution
 Prevention Requirements: Questions and
 Answers
 February 1999 (EPA 745-R-99-001)

 This document assists federal facilities in complying
 with Executive Order 12856. This information has
 been compiled by EPA from questions received from
 Federal facilities. This document is intended for the
 exclusive use of Federal facilities in complying with
 sections  302, 303, 304, 311, 312, and 313 of the
 Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
 Act (EPCRA) of 1986 and the Pollution Prevention Act
 of 1990, as directed by the Executive Order.

 Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and
 Community Right-to-Know Act; Questions and
 Answers
 December 1998 (EPA 745-B-98-004)
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  Chemical and Industry Guidance Documents
 The revised 199S EPCRA Section 313 Questions and Answers
 document assists regulated facilities in complying with the
 reporting requirements of EPCRAsection 313. This updated
 document presents interpretive guidance in the form of
 answers to many commonly asked questions on compliance
 with EPCRA section 313.  In addition, this document
 includes comprehensive written directives to assist covered
 facilities in understanding some of the more complicated
 regulatory issues.  This updated guidance document is
 intended to supplement the instructions for completing the
 Form R and the Alternate Threshold Certification Statement
 (Form A).

 Q   Toxics Release Inventory: Reporting Modifications
     Beginning with 1995 Reporting Year
   '  February 1995 (EPA 745-R-95-009)

 Chemical-Specific Guidance

 EPA has developed a group of guidance documents specific
 to individual chemicals and chemical categories.

 Q   Toxics Release Inventory List of Toxic Chemicals
     within the Polychlorinated Alkanes Category and
     Guidance for Reporting
     February 1995 (EPA745-R-95-001)

 Q   Toxics Release Inventory List of Toxic Chemicals
     within the Water Dissociable Nitrate Compounds
     Category and Guidance for Reporting
     May 19% (EPA745-R-96-OQ3)

 Q   Toxics Release Inventory List of Toxic Chemicals
     within the Pplyclic Aromatic Compounds Category
     February 1995 (EPA745-R-95-004)

 Q   Toxics Release Inventory List of Toxic Chemicals
     within the Nicotine and Salt Category and Guidance
     for Reporting
     February 1995 (EPA745-R-95-004)

 Q   Toxics Release Inventory List of Toxic Chemicals
     within the Strychnine and Salts Category and
     Guidance for Reporting
     February 1995 (EPA745-R-95-005)

 D   Toxics Release Inventory List of TOXIC Chemicals
     within the Glycol Ethers Category and Guidance for
     Reporting
     May 1995 (EPA745-R-95-006)
 Q    Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
      Know Section 313: List of Toxic Chemicals within
      the Chlorophenols Category
      November 1994 (EPA745-B-95-004)

 Q    Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
      Know Section 313: Guidance for Reporting
      Aqueous Ammonia
      July 1995 (EPA745-R-95-012)

 Q    Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
      Know Section 313: Guidance for Reporting
      Sulfuric Acid (acid aerosols including mists,
      vapors, gas, fog and other airborne forms of any
      particle size)
      November 1997 (EPA745-B-97-007)

 Q    Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
      Know Section 313: Guidance for Reporting
      Hydrochloric Acid (acid aerosols including mists,
      vapors, gas, fog and other airborne forms of any
      particle size)
      December 1999 (EPA 745-B-99-014)

 Industry-Specific Guidance

                          j                       '
 EPA  has  developed a group  of  individual  guidance
 documents for certain industries.

 Q    Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and
      Community Right-to-Know Act; Toxic Chemical
      Release  Inventory; Data Quality Checks to Prevent
      Common Reporting Errors on Form R/Form A
      August 1998 (EPA 745-R-98-012) -

 Q    Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
     Know Act Section 313 Reporting Guidance for Spray
     Application and Electrodeposition of Organic
     Coatings
     December 1998 (EPA 745-R-98-014)
                          I
Q   Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
     Know Act Section 313 Reporting Guidance for Food
     Processors
     September 1998 (EPA 745-R-98-011)
                          a
                          i
Q   Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
     Know Act Section 313 Reporting Guidance for
     Rubber and Plastics Manufacturing
     December 1998 (EPA 745^-99-017)
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                                                             Cliemical and Industry Guidance Documents
Q  Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
    Act Section 313 Reporting Guidance for
    Semiconductor Manufacturing
    December 1998 (EPA 745-R-98-007)

Q  Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
    Act Section 313: Guidance for Metal Mining
    Facilities
    Januaryl999 (EPA 745-B-99-001)

Q  Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
    Act Section 313: Guidance for Coal Mining Facilities
    January 1999 (EPA 745-B-99-002)

Q  Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
    Know Act Section 313: Guidance for Electricity
    Generating Facilities
    January 1999 (EPA 745-B-99-003)
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
Know Act Section 313: Guidance for RCRA
Subtitle C TSD Facilities and Solvent Recovery
Facilities
January 1999 (EPA 745-B-99-004)

Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
Know Act Section 313: Guidance for Chemical
Distribution Facilities
January 1999 (EPA 745-B-99-005)

Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
Know Act Section 313: Guidance for Petroleum
Bulk Storage Facilities
January 1999 (EPA 745-B-99-006)
PLEASE TYPE MAILING ADDRESS HERE (DO NOT ATTACH BUSINESS CARDS)


Name/Tide	

Company Name

Mail Stop

Street Address

P.O. Box

City/State/Zip Code
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Paperwork Reduction Act Notice: The annual public burden related to the Form R, which
is approved under OMB Control No. 2070-0093, is estimated to average 52.1 hours per
response. The annual public burden related to the Form A, which is approved under OMB
Control No.  2070-0143, is based on a combination  of the  estimated burdens for  1)
determining whether a listed toxic chemical is eligible for certification under the alternate
threshold, and 2) completing the Form A.  The burden  of  determining  eligibility for
certification is estimated to average 33.2 hours for each chemical that is certified.  The
burden of completing the Form A is estimated to average 1.4 hours, regardless of the
number of chemicals being certified. The total burden per response is the combination of
these two, and will vary depending on the number of listed toxic chemicals being certified.

       According to the Paperwork Reduction Act, "burden" means the total time, effort,
or financial resources  expended by persons to generate, maintain, retain, or disclose  or
provide information to or for a Federal agency.  For this collection it includes the time
needed to review instructions; train personnel to be able to respond to the collection of
information; search data sources; complete and review the collection of information; and
transmit or otherwise disclose the information. An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and
a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information  unless it displays a
currently valid OMB control number. The OMB control  numbers for this information
collection appear above and on the forms. In addition, the OMB control numbers for EPA's
regulations, after initial display in the final rule, are listed in 40 CFR part 9.

       Send comments on  the accuracy of the provided burden  estimates, and any
suggested methods for  minimizing respondent burden, including  through the use  of
automated collection techniques to the Director, OP Regulatory Information Division, U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (Mail Code 2137), 401 M Street, S.W., Washington, D.C.
20460.  Include the OMB control  number  in any correspondence, but do not submit the
requested information to this address. The completed forms should be  submitted  in
accordance  with the  instructions accompanying  the form,  or  as specified in the
corresponding regulation.
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(IMPORTANT: Type or print; read instructions before completing form) '
                                                                     Form Approved OMB Number: 2070-0093
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   &  EPA
   United States
   Environmental Protection
   Agency
                                            FORM   R
                                                    TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASE
                                                    INVENTORY REPORTING FORM
                       Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986,
                       also known as Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act
 WHERE TO SEND COMPLETED FORMS: 1.  EPCRA Reporting Center
                                       P.O Box 3348
                                       Merrifield, VA 22116-3348
                                       ATTN: TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASE INVENTORY
                                                         2. APPROPRIATE STATE OFFICE
                                                           (See instructions in Appendix F)
                                                                 Enter "X" here if this
                                                                 is a revision
                                                                                         For EPA use only
 Important: See instructions to determine when "Not Applicable (NA)" boxes should be checked.
                               PART I.  FACILITY IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION
 SECTION 1.  REPORTING YEAR
 SECTION 2.  TRADE SECRET INFORMATION
 2.1
Are you claiming the toxic chemical identified on page 2 trade secret?
     Yes  (Answer question 2.2;
               Attach substantiation forms)
           No (Do not answer 2.2;
              Go to Section 3)
                                  2.2
                                                                        Is this copy
                                                                                            Sanitized
                                                                            Unsanitized
                                                                  (Answer only if "YES" in 2.1)
 SECTION 3.  CERTIFICATION  (Important: Read and sign after completing aliform sections.)
 I hereby certify that I have reviewed the attached documents and that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the submitted
 information is true and complete and that the amounts and values in this report are accurate based on reasonable estimates
 using data available to the preparers of this report.
 Name and official title of owner/operator or senior management official:
                                                                         Signature:
                                                                                Date Signed:
 SECTION 4.  FACILITY IDENTIFICATION
 4.1
                                                      TRI Facility ID Number
 Facility or Establishment Name
                                                      Facility or Establishment Name or Mailing Address(if different from street address)
                                                            Mailing Address
 City/County/State/Zip Code
                                                      City/County/Staie/Zip Code |
 4.2
 This report contains information for
 (Important : check a or b; check c if applicable)
                           An entire
                           facility
                         Part of a
                         facility     '  c-
                                          A Federal
                                          facility
 4.3
 Technical Contact Name
                                                                                            Telephone Number (include area codej
 4.4
 Public Contact Name
                                                                                            Telephone Number (include area codej
 4.5
 SIC Code (s) (4 digits)
                                      Primary
                                  a.
                                                   b.
                                                                   c.
                                                                                 d.
                                                                                                e.
 4.6
         Latitude
                         Degrees
                                        Minutes
                                                      Seconds
                                                                     Longitude
                                                                               Degrees
                                                                                                    Minutes
                                                                                                                  Seconds
 4.7
 Dun & Bradstreet
 Number(s) (9 digits)
                            4.8
EPA Identification Number
(RCRA I.D. No.) (12 characters)
4.9
Facility NPDES Permit
Number(s) (9 characters)
4.10
Underground Injection Well Code
(UIC) I.D. Number(s) (12 digits)
                            b.
                                                                                       b.
 SECTION 5. PARENT COMPANY INFORMATION
 5.1
 Name of Parent Company
                                 NA
 5.2
 Parent Company's Dun & Bradstreet Number
                                           NA
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                              EPA FORM  R
          PART II.  CHEMICAL-SPECIFIC INFORMATION
                                                                                    TRI Facility ID Number
                                                                             Toxic Chemical, Category or Generic Name
 SECTION 1. TOXIC CHEMICAL IDENTITY
                                             (Important: DO NOT complete this section if you completed Section 2 below.)
 1.1
      CAS Number (Important Enter only one number exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list. Enter category code if reporting a chemical category.)
 1.2
      Toxic Chemical or Chemical Category Name (Important: Enter only one name exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list.)
 1.3
      Generic Chemical Name (Important Complete
                                    only if Part 1, Section 2.1 is checked "yes". Generic Name must be structurally descriptive.)
 SECTION 2. MIXTURE COMPONENT IDENTITY  (Important: DO NOT complete this section if you completed Section 1 above.)
 2.1
      Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier (Important: Maximum of 70 characters, including numbers, letters, spaces, and punctuation.)
 SECTION 3. ACTIVITIES AND USES OF THE TOXIC CHEMICAL AT THE FACILITY
              (Important: Check all that apply.)
 3.1   Manufacture the toxic chemical:
    a.
            Produce
                       Import
    c.
    d.
    e.
    f.
      If produce or import:
      For on-site use/processing
      For sale/distribution
      As a byproduct
      As an impurity
                                    3.2  Process the toxic chemical:
          a.
          b.
          c.
          d.
As a reactant
As a formulation component
As an article component
Repackaging
                                             3.3  Otherwise use the toxic chemical:
As a chemical processing aid
As a manufacturing aid
Ancillary or other use
 SECTION 4. MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF THE TOXIC CHEMICAL ONSITE AT ANY TIME DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR
 4.1
              (Enter two-digit code from instruction package.)
                                                                              r*L\^ ป   "  **  ,ปf^~^^
 SECTION 5. QUANTITY OF THE TOXIC CHEMICAL ENTERING EACH ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIUM ONSITE
                                              A. Total Release  (pounds/year)
                                               (Enter range code or estimate*)
                                                                    B. Basis of Estimate
                                                                      (enter code)
                                                             C. % From Stormwater
 5.1
 5.2
 5.3
 Fugitive or non-point
 air emissions
 Stack or point
 air emissions
NA
NA
•"Discharges to receiving streams or
water bodies (enter one name per box)
                                                         , '
                                                      rM,.
       Stream, or Water Body Name
 5.3.1
 5.3.2
 5.3.3
 5.4.1
Underground Injection onsite
to Class I Wells
 5.4.2
Underground Injection onsite
to Class II-V Wells
NA
NA
If additional pages of Part II, Section 5.3 are attached, indicate the total number of pages in this box
and indicate the Part II, Section 5.3 page number in this box.         (example: 1,2,3, etc.)
EPA form 9350-1 (Rev. 04/97) - Previous editions are obsolete.
                                                         * Range Codes: A= 1 -10 pounds; B= 11- 499 pounds; C= 500 - 999 pounds.

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                              EPA FORM R
   PART II. CHEMICAL - SPECIFIC INFORMATION (CONTINUED)
                                                                              TRI Facility ID Number
                                                                     Toxic Chemical, Category or Generic Name
 SECTION 5. QUANTITY OF THE TOXIC CHEMICAL ENTERING EACH ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIUM ONSITE  (Continued)
                                   NA
                              A. Total Release (pounds/year) (enter range
                                            code* or estimate)
                      B. Basis of Estimate
                         (enter code)
 5.5
Disposal to land onsite
                                                                                                         '•t
 5.5.1A
         RCRA Subtitle C landfills
 5.5.1 B
Other landfills
 5.5.2
Land treatment/application
farming
 5.5.3
Surface Impoundment
 5.5.4
Other disposal
 SECTION 6. TRANSFERS OF THE TOXIC CHEMICAL IN WASTES TO OFF-SITE LOCATIONS
 6.1 DISCHARGES TO PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS (POTWs)
 6.1.A Total Quantity Transferred to POTWs and Basis of Estimate
 6.1.A.1. Total Transfers (pounds/year)
        (enter range code* or estimate)
                                              6.1.A.2 Basis of Estimate
                                                     (enter code)
 6.1.B.
                IPOTW Name
  POTW Address
 City
                                       State
        County
Zip
 6.1 .B.
                 POTW Name
  POTW Address
 Ctty
                                       State
        County
Zip
  If additional pages of Part II, Section 6.1 are attached, indicate the total number of pages
  in this box [     [and indicate the Part II, Section 6.1 page number in this box    |      | (example: 1,2,3, etc.)
 SECTION 6.2 TRANSFERS TO OTHER OFF-SITE LOCATIONS
 6.2. __ Off-Site EPA Identification Number (RCRA ID No.)
  Off-Site Location Name
  Off-Site Address
  City
                               State
County
Zip
  Is location under control of reporting facility or parent company?
                                                                           Yes
                                                  No
EPA Form 9350-1 (Rev.04/97) - Previous editions are obsolete.
                                                * Range Codes: A = 1 - 10 pounds; B = 11 - 499 pounds; C = 500 - 999 pounds.

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                                 EPA FORM R
  PART II. CHEMICAL-SPECIFIC INFORMATION (CONTINUED)
                                                                                    TRI Facility IP Number
                                                                         Toxic Chemical, Category or Generic Name
  SECTION 6.2 TRANSFERS TO OTHER OFF-SITE LOCATIONS  (Continued)
  A. Total Transfers   (pounds/year)
     (enter range code* or estimate)
                               B. Basis of Estimate
                                  (enter code)
                C. Type of Waste Treatment/Disposal/
                   Recycling/Energy Recovery  (enter code)
                                         1.
                                                                                 1. M
                                         2.
                                                                                 2. M
                                         3.
                                                                                 3. M
  4.
                                         4.
                                                                                4. M
  6.2.     Off-Site EPA Identification Number (RCRA ID No.)
  Off-Site location Name
  Off-Site Address
  City
                                                       State
                                                       County
                                                                                                             Zip
  Is location under control of reporting facility or parent company?
                                                                             Yes
                                                                                                                No
      A. Total Transfers  (pounds/year)
         (enter range code* or estimate)
                                        B. Basis of Estimate
                                          (enter code)
                  C. Type of Waste Treatment/Disposal/
                     Recycling/Energy Recovery (enter code)
                                         1.
                                                                                 1. M
                                         2.
                                                                                 2- M
                                         3.
                                                                                 3. M
  4.
                                         4.
                                                                                 4. M
  SECTION 7A.  ON-SITE WASTE TREATMENT METHODS AND EFFICIENCY
Not Applicable (NA) -
                             Check here if no on-site waste treatment is applied to any
                                             ng the toxic chemical or chemical category.
a. General
  Waste Stream
  (enter code)
           b.  Waste Treatment Metnod(s) Sequence
              [enter 3-character code(s)]
c. Range of Influent
  Concentration
d. Waste Treatment
  Efficiency
  Estimate
Based on
Operating Data ?
                                                                      7A.1C
                                                                                       7A.1d
                                                                                                             7A.1e
                                                                                                          Yes     No
                                                                      7A.2c
                                                                                       7A.2d
                                                                                                             7A.2e
                                                                                                          Yes     No
                                                                      7A.3c
                                                                                       7A.3d
                                                                                                             7A.3e
                                                                                                          Yes     No
                                                                      7A.4c
                                                                                        7A.4d
                                                                                                             7A.4e
                                                                                                          Yes     No
                                                                      7A.5c
                                                                                        7A.5d
                                                                                                             7A.5e
                                                                                                          Yes     No
 If additional pages of Part M, Section 6.2/7A are attached, indicate the total number of pages in this box
 and indicate the Part II, Section 6.2/7A page number in this box :    |     | (example: 1,2,3. etc)	
 EPA Form 9350-1 (Rev. 04/97) - Previous editions are obsolete.
                                                               * Range Codes: A = 1 -10 pounds; B = 11 - 499 pounds; C = 500 - 999 pounds.

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EPA FORM R
PART II. CHEMICAL-SPECIFIC INFORMATION (CONTINUED)
TRI Facility ID Number

Toxic Chemical, Category or Generic Name

SECTION 7B. ON-SITE ENERGY RECOVERY PROCESSES


Check here if no on-site energy recovery is applied to any waste
Not Applicable (NA) - . . . , . . . .
stream containing the toxic chemical or chemical category.
Energy Recovery Methods [enter 3-character code(s)]
1 2 3 4
SECTION 7C. ON-SITE RECYCLING PROCESSES
DNot Applicable (NA) - Check here if no on-site recycling is appl ed to any waste
stream containing the toxic chemical or chemical category.
Recycling Methods [enter 3-character code(s)]
1. 2. 3. 4.
6. 7. 8. 9.
5.
10.
SECTION 8. SOURCE REDUCTION AND RECYCLING ACTIVITIES

8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.10.1
8.10.2
8.10.3
8.10.4
8.11
Quantity released **
Quantity used for energy recovery
onsite
Quantity used for energy recovery
offsite
Quantity recycled onsite
Quantity recycled offsite
Quantity treated onsite
Quantity treated offsite
Column A Column B
Prior Year Current Reporting Year
(pounds/year) (pounds/year)







Quantity released to the environment as a result of remedial actions,
catastrophic events, or one-time events not associated with production
processes (pounds/year)
Production ratio or activity index
Column C Column D
Following Year Second Following Year
(pounds/year) (pounds/year)









Did your facility engage in any source reduction activities for this chemical during the reporting year? If not,
enter "NA" in Section 8.10.1 and answer Section 8.1 1.
Source Reduction Activities
[enter code(s)]




Methods to Identify Activity (enter codes)
a. b. c.
a. b. c.
a. b. c.
a. b. c.
Is additional information on source reduction, recycling, or pollution control activities
included with this report ? (Check one box)
YES NO

" Report releases pursuant to EPCRA Section 329(8) including "any spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging,
injecting, escaping, leaching, dumping, or disposing into the environment." Do not include any quantity treated onsite or offsite.
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(IMPORTANT: Type or print; read instructions before completing form)
                                                                           Form Approved OMB Number; 2070-0143
                                                                           Approval Expires: 01/01/2001	
                                                                                                             Page  1  of
        United States
        Environmental Protection Agency
                                                   TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASE INVENTORY
                                                                    FORMA
                                                               2. APPROPRIATE STATE OFFICE
                                                                 (See instructions in Appendix F)
WHERE TO SEND COMPLETED FORMS: 1.   EPCRA Reporting Center
                                      P.O Box 3348
                                      Merrifield, VA 22116-3348
                                      ATTN: TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASE INVENTORY
                                                                                       Enter "X" here if this
                                                                                       is a revision
                                                                                               For EPA use only
 Important: See instructions to determine when "Not Applicable (NA)" boxes should be checked.
 ~                            PART I.  FACILITY IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION	
 SECTION 1.  REPORTING YEAR
 SECTION 2. TRADE SECRET INFORMATION
 2.1
     Are you claiming the toxic chemical identified on page 2 trade secret?
                                           No (Do not answer 2.2;
Yes (Answer question 2.2;
    Attach substantiation forms)
                                               Go to Section 3)
                                                                   2.2
                                                                        Is this copy
                                                                                            Sanitized
                                                                                             D
                                                                                                             Unsanitized
                                                                       (Answer only if "YES" in 2.1)
 SECTION 3.  CERTIFICATION  (Important: Read and sign after completing all form sections.)
 I hereby certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, for each toxic chemical listed in the statement, the annual reportable
 amount as defined in 40 CFR 372.27 (a), did not exceed 500 pounds for this reporting year and that the chemical was
 manufactured, processed, or otherwise used in an amount not exceeding 1 million pounds during this reporting year.	
 Name and official title of owner/operator or senior management official:
                                                                                Signature:
                                                                                                                 Date Signed:
 SECTION 4.  FACILITY IDENTIFICATION
 4.1
                                                            TRI Facility ID Number
 Facility or Establishment Name
                                                            Facility or Establishment Name or Mailing AddressQf different from street address)
 Street
                                                            Mailing Address I
 City/County/State/Zip Code
                                                            City/County/State/Zip Code
 4.2
      This report contains information for:  (Imp
                                  : check c if applicable)
                                          A Federal
                                          facility
 4.3
      Technical Contact Name
                                                                                            Telephone Number (include area code])
 4.4
      Intentionally left blank
 4.5
      SIC Code (s) (4 digits)
                                      Primary
                                                   b.
                                                                   c.
                                                                                  d.
                                                                                                 e.
 4.6
          Latitude
                         Degrees
                                         Minutes
                                                       Seconds
                                                                     Longitude
                                                                                     Degrees
                                                                                                     Minutes
                                                                                                                   Seconds
 4.7
      Dun & Bradstreet
      Number(s) (9 digits)
                             4.8
                       EPA Identification Number
                       (RCRA I.D. No.) (12 characters)
                                                             4.9
Facility NPDES Permit
Number(s) (9 characters)
4.10
Underground Injection Well Code
(DIG) I.D. Number(s) (12 digits)
  SECTION 5. PARENT COMPANY INFORMATION
  5.1
      Name of Parent Company
                                  NA
  5.2
       Parent Company's Dun & Bradstreet Number
                                                 NA
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                  Page	of_
                                                           EPA FORM A
                                               PART II.  CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION
TRIFID:
  SECTION 1. TOXIC CHEMICAL IDENTITY
           Report	of	
  1.1
           CAS Number (Important Enler only one number exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list Enter category code! if reporting a chemical category,)
  1.2
           Toxic Chemical or Chemical Category Name (Important: Enter only one name exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list.)
  1.3
          Generic Chemical Name (Important: Complete only if Parti, Section 2.1 is checked "yes". Generic Name must be structurally descriptive.)
  SECTION 2. MIXTURE COMPONENT IDENTITY   (Important: DO NOT complete this section if you completed Section 1 above.)
  2.1
           Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier (Important: Maximum of 70 characters, including numbers, letters, spaces and punctuation.)
 SECTION 1. TOXIC CHEMICAL IDENTITY
           Report	of _
  1.1
          CAS Number .(Important: Enter only one number exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list. Entsr category code if reporting a chemical category.)
  1.2
          Toxic Chemical or Chemical Category Name (Important: Enter only one name exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list.)
  1.3
          Generic Chemical Name (Important: Complete only if Part I, Section 2.1 is checked "yes". Generic Name must be structurally descriptive.)
 SECTION 2. MIXTURE COMPONENT IDENTITY  (Important: DO NOT complete this section if you completed Section 1 above.)
  2.1
          Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier (Important: Maximum of 70 characters, including numbers, letters, spaces and punctuation.)
 SECTION 1. TOXIC CHEMICAL IDENTITY
          Report	of.
  1.1
          CAS Number (Important: Enter only one number exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list. Enter category code if reporting a chemical category.)
  1.2
          Toxic Chemical or Chemical Category Name (Important: Enter only one name exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list.)
  1.3
          Generic Chemical Name (Important Complete only if Part I, Section 2.1 is checked "yes". Generic Name must be structurally descriptive.)
 SECTION 2.  MIXTURE COMPONENT IDENTITY  (Important:  DO NOT complete this section if you completed Section 1 above.)
  2.1
          Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier (Important: Maximum of 70 characters, including numbers, letters, spaces and punctuation.)
 SECTION 1.  TOXIC CHEMICAL IDENTITY
          Report	of	
  1.1
          CAS Number (Important: Enter only one number exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list. Enter category code if reporting a chemical category.)
  1.2
          Toxic Chemical or Chemical Category Name (Important: Enter only one name exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list.)
  1.3
          Generic Chemical Name (Important: Complete only if Part), Section 2.1 is checked "yes". Generic Name must be structurally descriptive.)
 SECTION 2.  MIXTURE COMPONENT IDENTITY  (Important: DO NOT complete this section if you completed Section 1 above.)
  2.1
          Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier (Important: Maximum of 70 characters, including numbers, letters, spaces and punctuation.)
EPA Form 9350-2
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A.  General Information
Reporting to the Toxic Chemical Release Inventory (TRI) is
required by section 313 of the Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA, or Title HI of the
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986),
Public Law 99-499. The information contained in the Form
R constitutes a "report," and the submission of areporttothe
appropriate authorities constitutes "reporting."

The Pollution Prevention Act, passed into law in October,
1990 (Pub.  L. 101-508), added reporting requirements to
Form R. These requirements affect all facilities required to
submit Form R under section 313 of EPCRA. The data were
required beginning with reports for calendar year 1991.

Reporting is required to provide the public with information
on the releases of EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in their
communities and to provide EPA with release information
to assist the Agency in determining the need for future
regulations. Facilities must report the quantities of both
routine and accidental releases of EPCRA  Section 313
chemicals, as well as the maximum amount of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical on-site during the calendar year and the
amount contained in wastes managed on-site or transferred
off-site.

A completed Form R or Form A must be submitted for each
EPCRA Section 313 chemical manufactured, processed, or
otherwise used at each covered facility as described in the
reporting rules in 40  CFR Part 372 (originally published
February 16,1988, in the Federal Register and November 30,
1994, in  the  Federal Register (for Form A)).   These
instructions supplement and elaborate on the requirements
in the reporting rule. Together with the reporting rule, they
constitute the reporting requirements. All references in these
instructions are to sections in the reporting rule unless
otherwise indicated.

A.1   Who Must Report

Section 313 of EPCRA requires that reports be filed by
owners  and operators of facilities that meet all  of the
following criteria.

Q   The facility has 10 or more full-time employees; and

Q   The  facility is  included in Standard  Industrial
     Classification (SIC) Codes 10 (except 1011,1081, and
     1094), 12 (except 1241), 20-39,4911 (limited to facilities
     that combust coal  and/or oil  for the purpose  of
     generating electricity for distribution in commerce),
     4931 (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil
     for the purpose of generating electricity for distribution
     in commerce), 4939 (limited to facilities that combust
     coal and/ or oil for the purpose of generating electricity
     for distributionin commerce),4953 (limited to facilities
     regulated under the RCR A SubtitieC, 42 U.S.C. section
     6921 et seq.), 5169,5171, and 7389 (limited to facilities
     primarily engaged in solvents recovery services on a
     contract or fee, basis); and

Q    The facility  manufactures  (defined  to   include
     importing), processes, or otherwise uses any EPCRA
     Section 313 chemical in quantities greater than the
     established threshold in the course of a calendar year.

A.2 How to Assemble a Complete Report

A.2.a.   The Toxic Chemical Release Reporting
         Form, EPA Form R

The five-page EPA Form" R consist of two parts:

Q    Part I, Facility Identification Information (page 1); and

Q    Part II, Chemical-Specific Information (pages 2-5).

Most of the information required in Part I of Form R can be
completed;  photocopied,  and  attached  to  each
chemical-specific report. However, Part I of each Form R
submitted must  have  an original  signature  on the
certificationstatement and the trade secret designation must
be entered as appropriate.  Part II  must be completed
separately for each EPCRA Section 313 chemical or chemical
category. Because a complete Form R consists of at least five
unique pages,  any submission containing less than five
unique pages is not a valid submission.

A complete report for any EPCRA Section 313 chemical that
is not claimed as  a trade secret consists of the following
completed parts:

Q    Part I with an original signature on the certification
     statement (section 3); and

Q    Part n (Note: Section 8 is mandatory).

Staple all five pages of each reporttogether. If you check yes
on  Part  II,  Section 8.11, you may  attach additional
information on pollution prevention activities at your facility.
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A.2.b.  The Alternate Toxic Chemical Release
        Inventory Form, EPA Form A

EPA Form A was established in 1994 as a substitute for
reporting Form R information. This is based on an alternate
threshold  for facilities with low amounts of an EPCRA
Section 3'13 chemical in waste.  The Form A serves as an
alternate to Form R, such that completion of the Form A is in
lieu of Form R. Like the Form R described above, the Form
A consists of two parts, but only consists of a total of two
pages.

Q   Part I, Facility Identification Information, which also
     includes the "certification" regarding the eligibility to
     use the Form A (page 1 and the top of page 2); and

Q   Part II, Chemical Identification (the bottom of page 2).

Since 1998, the  Form A may be used to report multiple
chemicals. Four chemicals may be reported on page 2 of the
form.  If more  than four chemicals are to be reported,
additional copies of page 2 can be used to report qualifying
chemicals. The Form A must have an original certification
statement on page 1 and contain an appropriate trade secret
designation for  the form.  A complete report for Form A
consists of at least two pages for each submission.

A.3   Trade Secret Claims

For any EPCRA Section 313 chemical whose identity is
claimed as trade secret you  must submit to EPA two
versiqns of the substc-mtiation form as prescribed in 40 CFR
Part 350, published July 29,1988, in the Federal Register (53
FR 28772) as well as two versions of the EPCRA Section 313
report. One set of reports, the "unsanitized" version, should
provide the actual  identity of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical The other set of reports the "sanitized" version,
should provide only a generic identity of the EPCRA Section
313 chemical.  If EPA deems the trade secret substantiation
form valid, only the sanitized set of forms will be made
available to the public.

Use the order form in this document to obtain copies of the
rule and substantiation form.  Further explanation of the
trade secret provisions is provided in Parti, Sections 2.1 and
2.2, and Part II, Section 1.3, of the instructions.
In summary, a complete report to EPA for an EPCRASection
313 chemical claimed as a trade secret must include all of the
following:

Q   A completed "unsanitized" version of Form R or Form
     A report including the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
     identity(staple the pages together);
                         3                       i
Q   A sanitized version of a completed Form R or Form A
     report in which the EPCRA Section 313  chemical
     identity items (Part II, Sections 1.1 and 1.2) have been
     left blank but in which a generic chemical name has
     been supplied (Part II, Section 1.3) (staple the pages
     together);

Q   A completed "unsanitized" version of a trade secret
     substantiation form (staple the pages together); and

Q   A sanitized version  of  a  completed trade secret
     substantiation form (staple the pages together).

Securely fasten all four reports together.

Some states also require submission of both sanitized and
unsanitized reports for EPCRA Section 313 chemicals whose
identity is claimed as a trade secret. Others require only a
sanitized version. Facilities may jeopardize the trade secret
status of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical by submitting an
unsanitized version of the EPCRA Section 313 report to a
state agency or Indian tribe that does not require unsanitized
forms.  You may identify an individual State's submission
requkernentsbycontactingtheappropriatestate-designated
Section 313 contact (see Appendix F).

A.4    Recordkeeping

Sound recordkeepingpracticesare essentialfor accurate and
eff icientTRI reporting. It is in the facility's interest/as well as
EPA's, to maintain records properly.

Facilities must keep a copy of each report filed for at least
three years from the date of submission. These reports will
be of use when completing future reports.

Facilities must also maintain those documents, calculations,
worksheets, and other forms upon which they relied  to
gather  information for prior reports.  In the event  of a
problem with data elements on a facility's Form R or Form
A report, EPA may request documentation from the facility
that supports the information reported.
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EPA may conduct data quality reviews of Form R or Form A
submissions.  An essential  component of this process
involves reviewing a facility's records for accuracy and
completeness.  Facilities should keep a record  for those
EPCRA Section 313 chemicals for which they did not file
EPCRA Section 313 reports.

A partial list of records, organized by year, that a facility
should maintain include:

Q  Previous years' EPCRA Section 313 reports;
Q  Section 313 Reporting Threshold Worksheets;
Q  Engineering calculations and other notes;
Q  Purchase records from suppliers;
Q  Inventory data;
Q  EPA (NPDES) permits and monitoring reports;
Q  EPCRA Section 312, Tier II Reports;
Q  Monitoring records;
Q  Flowmeter data;
Q  RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator's Report;
Q  Pretreatment reports filed by the facility with the local
    government;
Q  Invoices from waste management companies;
Q  Manufacturer's estimates of treatment efficiencies;
Q  RCRA Manifests;
Q  Process diagrams that indicate emissions and other
    releases; and
Q  Records for those EPCRA Section 313 chemicals for
    which they did not file EPCRA Section 313 reports.

A.5    How to Prepare a Voluntary
        Revision of a Previous
        Submission

Starting with the 1998 reporting year, voluntary revisions
must  be submitted by July 31st of the same year as the
reporting deadline for the revised data to be included in the
nextTRI data release. You may submit hardcopy revisions
or electronic versions using ATRS or  other  approved
reporting software.

Hardcopy revisions may be submitted using the most recent
form  available or  the  most  recent version of the ATRS
software (for Reporting Years after 1990). Certify and date
the form on Page 1 or provide a cover letter with the
software created data  revision. Alternatively, you may
submit a photocopy of your original submission (from your
file) with the corrections made in blue ink. Re-sign and re-
date the certification statement on Page 1.  For revisions to
1990 and earlier reporting year submissions, use the paper
form and write "VOLUNTARY RE VISION" on pagel of the
form.  For  revisions  to 1991 and  later reporting year
submissions, enter "X" in the space marked "Enter "x" here
if this is a revision", on page 1 of the form.

The EPA magnetic media software allows you to revise your
form data and submit your revisions for any reporting year
after 1990.  The documentation provided with the magnetic
media submission software contains specific instructions, or
you may call the magnetic media technical support hotline at
(703) 816-4434. The Technical Support Hotline number is to
be used for the ATRS and does not provide regulatory
support. If you submitted your Form R data using software
developed by an EPA approved Form Software developer,
you must contact thesoftware developer to determine if their
software is capable of creating revisions. If not, you can use
either the  ATRS software or the current hardcopy paper
form. Please be careful when submitting magnetic media
revisions to resubmit only the revised submissions. Do not
resubmit  a diskette  containing all  of  your  original
submissions if you are only revising one or several of them.
Whenever you submit a diskette to EPA, do not also submit
a printout of what is on the diskette because they will both be
processed  through data entry causing duplicate records for
your facility.

A.5.a.  Where to Submit a Voluntary Revision
        of a Previous Submission

Revisions should be submitted to EPA and the appropriate
state agency (or the designated official of an Indian tribe) to
whom you submitted the original Form (see Section A.6.a).

Please  note: Submissions for the next reporting year are
NOT considered revisions of the previous year's data.

A.6    When the  Report Must Be
        Submitted

The report for any calendar year must be submitted on or
before July 1 of the following year whether using Form R or
Form A.   Any voluntary revision to a report  can be
submitted anytime during the calendar year for the current
or any previous reporting year.

A.7    Where to Send the Forms

Submissions must be sent to both EPA and the State (or the
designated official of an Indian tribe).  If a report is not
received by both EPA and the State (or the designated official
of an  Indian tribe), the submitter is considered out of
compliance arid subject to enforcement action.
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 Send reports to EPA by regular mail to:
                      i V
 EPCRA Reporting Center
 P.O. Box 3348
 MerrifieId,VA 22116-3348
 Attn: Toxic Chemical Release Inventory
 Certified  mail,  overnight mail, and hand-delivered
 submissions only should be addressed to:
 EPCRA Reporting Center

 c/o Computer Based Systems Inc.
 Suite 300
 4600 North Fairfax prive
 Arlington, VA 22203
 (703)816-4445

 Abo  send a copy of the report to the State in which the
 facility is  located.  ("State" also includes: the District of
 Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto  Rico, Guam,
 American Samoa, Marshall Islands, the U.S. Virgin Islands,
 the Northern Mariana Islands, and any other territory or
 possession over which the U.S. has jurisdiction.)  Refer to
 Appendix F for the appropriate State submission addresses.
                   ll                   :
 Facilities located on Indian land should send a copy to the
 Chief Executive Officer of the applicable Indian tribe. Some
 tribes have en teredintoacooperativeagreementwithStates;
 in this case, report submissions should be sent to the entity
 designated in the cooperative agreement.

 Submission of Section 313 reports in magnetic media and
 computer-generated facsimile formats has been approved by
 EPA.  EPA has developed a package called the "Automated
 Toxic Chemical  Release  Inventory Reporting Software
 (ATRS)." The easy-to-use  CD-ROM comes with complete
 instructions for its use.   It also provides  prompts and
 messages to help you report according to EPA instructions.
 For copies of theCD-ROM you may call theNational Service
 Center for Environmental Publications at 1-800-490-9198.

 Many firms are offeringcomputersoftware to assist facilities
 in producing magnetic media submissions for computer-
 generated facsimiles of EPCRA  Section 313 reports. To
 ensure accuracy, EPA will only accept magnetic media
 submissions and computer-generated facsimiles that meet
 basic specifications established by EPA. To determine if the
 software offered by a firm  meets these specifications, EPA
 reviews and approves all software upon request.  Call the
 EPCRA  Hotline  or  visit   EPA's   website  at
 http://www.epa.gov/tri to obtain a list of EPA-approved
 vendors.
 It should be noted, however, that some States may accept
 only hard copies of EPCRA Section 313 report. If this is the
 case, a magnetic media or computer-generated facsimile may
 be unacceptable.

 A.7.a.  How  to Send Your  Disks  Containing
        Form R(s) and/or Form A(s)

 Included in this reporting package (on the enclosed CD-
 ROM) is the Automated TRI Reporting Software (ATRSJ. If
 you use the ATRS, please follow the instructions below for
 submitting your TRI forms on magnetic media.
                         i
 A.7.a.l    Labeling Your Submission Diskette

 A label must be attached to each diskette. The label may be
 typed or legibly handwritten.  A sample label with the
 necessary information is shown below.
TRIS Report
Company Name
Date: 6/30/2000
Report Yean 1999
Contact:
Density: HD
Number: 1 of 1
Technical Contact Name
(505) 555-5369
The types of packaging and shipping used for magnetic
media are leftto the discretion of the submitting facility.
Please send completed diskettes, along with a cover letter
and an  original  certification  signature from  each
submitting facility to:

EPCRA Reporting Center
P.O. Box 3348
Merrifield, VA  22116-3348
Attn: TRI Magnetic Media Submission

If you are submitting reports on magnetic diskette to
EPA,  you must enclose a cover letter signed by the
official listed in section 3 of Part I of the Form R or Form
A (name and official title of owner/opera tor or senior
management official) for each separate facility. Beginning
reporting year 1999, ATRS" allows you to also print a
cover letter for submission to a state agency. These
letters can be printed from ATRS. The letter on page 6 is
a sample. Since you are  filing electronically, do not
include  paper copies  of  the  reports that are on the
diskette.
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A.7.a.2  Submitting Electronically to States

Submitters must submit a copy of each Form R or Form
A to the appropriate state agency. As of the publication
of this book, the following states confirmed that they
accept electronic submissions:
AK
AZ
CA
CO
DC
DE
FL
GA
HI
IA
ID
IL
IN
KS
LA
MD
MI
MN
MO
MT
NC
ND
NJ
NM
NY
NV
OH
OK
OR
PA
SC
SD
TX
UT
VA
VT
WA
WI
WV
WY
If your state is not listed here, please contact your state
office to confirm that paper submissions are required. A
list of state contacts can be found in Appendix F.

A. 8   How to Obtain Forms and  Other
       Information

A copy of both forms is included in this booklet. Remove
the appropriate form and produce as many photocopies
as needed.   Related guidance documents  may  be
obtained from:
EPA's TRI Website (http:// www.epa.gov/tri) and the
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
Information Hotline.

U.S. EPA/NSCEP
P.O. Box 42419
Cincinnati, OH 45242-2419
(800) 490-9198
Fax (513) 489-8695
Internet: http://www.epa.gov/ncepihom/

See Chemical and Industry Specific Documents section
for the document request form and more information on
available documents.

Questions about completing Form R or Form A may be
directed to the EPCRA Hotline at the following address
or telephone numbers.

       Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
       Know Information Hotline
       U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
       1200 Pennsylvania Ave., SW (5101)
       Washington, DC 20460
       1 (800) 424-9346 or (703) 412-9877;
       TDD# (800) 553-7672
       from 9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time
        (Mon, - Fri., except Federal Holidays)

EPA Regional Staff may also be of assistance. Refer to
Appendix G for a list of EPA Regional Offices.
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 General Information
 Sample Letter — one copy to EPCRA Reporting Center and one to appropriate state agency (see Appendix F).




                                                          June 20, 2000

 To Whom It-May Concern:

 You will find enclosed one (1) diskette containing toxic chemical release reporting information for:

        YOUR FACILITY NAME

 This information is submitted as required under Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-
 to-Know Act of 1986 and the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990.

 A total of two (2) reports is included from our facility, concerning the following chemicals:
        Chemical Name

        Lead compounds
        Zinc (fume or dust)
RY

1999
1999
CAS Number

NA420
7440-66-6
 Our technical point of contact is:

        TECHNICAL CONTACT NAME, Telephone Number: (505) 555-1212

 [NAME] is available should any questions or problems arise as you process these diskettes.

 I hereby certify that I have reviewed the attached documents and that, to the best of my knowledge and belief,
 the submitted information is true and complete and that the amounts and values in this report are accurate,
 based on reasonable estimates using data available to the preparers of this report.

 Signature:     C/iris Submitter
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B.     Facility Eligibility Determination for Submitting an EPCRA
       Section 313 Report                      	•	
This section will help you determine whether you must
submit  an EPCRA Section  313 report.  This section
discusses EPCRA  Section 313 reporting requirements
such as the number of full-time employees, primary SIC
code, and chemical activity  threshold quantities.  The
EPCRA Section 313 chemicals and chemical categories
subject to reporting are listed in Table II (also see 40 CFR
372.65). (See Figure 1 for more information)

B.I    Full-Time Employee
        Determination

The number of full-time "employees" is dependent only
upon the total number of hours worked by all employees
and other individuals (e.g., contractors) for the facility
during the calendar year and not the number of persons
working.   Therefore,  a    "full-time employee,"  for
purposes of Section 313 reporting, is defined as 2,000
work hours  per year and  includes  paid leave and
holidays.   To  determine  the  number of  full-time
employees working for your facility, add up the hours
worked  by all employees during the calendar year,
including contract employees and sales and support staff
working for the facility, and divide the total by 2,000
hours.  In other words, if the total number  of hours
worked by all employees is 20,000 hours or more, your
facility meets the ten employee threshold.

Examples include:

Q   A facility consists of 11 employees who each worked
     1,500  hours for the  facility in a calendar year.
    . Consequently, the total number of hours worked by
     all employees for the facility during the calendar
     year is  16,500 hours.  The  number of  full-time
     employees for this facility is  equal to 16,500 hours
     divided by 2,000 hours per full-time employee, or
     8.3 full-time employees. Therefore, even though 11
     persons worked for this facility during the calendar
     year, the number of hours worked is equivalent to
     8.3 full-time employees. This facility does not meet
     the employee criteria and is  not subject to Section
     313 reporting.

Q   Another facility consists of six workers and three
     sales staff.  The six  workers each worked 2,000
     hours for the facility in the calendar year. The sales
     staff also each worked 2,000  hours in the calendar
     year although they may have been on the road half
     of  the year. In addition, five contract employees
     were hired for a period during which each worked
    400 hours for the facility. The total number of hours
    is equal to the time worked by the workers at the
    facility (12,000 hours), plus the time worked by the
    sales staff for the facility (6,000 hours), plus the time
    worked .by the contract employees at the facility
    (2,000 hours), or 20,000 hours.  Dividing the 20,000
    hours by 2,000 yields 10 full-time employees. This
    facility has met the full time employee criteria and
    may be subject to reporting if the other criteria are
    met.

B.2    Primary SIC Code
        Determination

Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes 10 (except
1011,  1081, and 1094), 12 (except 1241), 20-39, 4911
(limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the
purpose  of generating  electricity  for distribution in
commerce), 4931 (limited to facilities that combust coal
and/or oil for the purpose of generating electricity for
distribution in commerce), 4939 (limited to facilities that
combust coal, and/or oil for the purpose of generating
electricity for distribution in commerce), 4953 (limited to
facilities regulated under the RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C.
section 6921 et so/.),' 5169, 5171, and 7389 (limited to
facilities primarily engaged in solvent recovery services
on a contract or fee basis) are covered by the rule and are
listed in Table I. The first two digits of a 4-digit SIC
code define a major business  sector, while the last two
digits denote a facility's specialty within the major sector.
For a detailed description of 4-digit SIC codes, refer to
the "Standard  Industrial Classification  Manual 1987."
The facility should determine its own SIC code (s), based
on its  activities on-site, using the SIC Manual.  State.
agencies and other organizations may assign SIC codes
on a different .basis than the one used by the SIC Manual.
However, for  purposes of TRI reporting, these state
assigned codes should not be used if they differ from
ones assigned using the SIC Manual.

The EPCRA Hotline can assist facilities with determining
which SIC codes  are assigned for specific  business
activities as referenced in the SIC Manual. Clothbound
editions of the SIC Manual are available in most major
libraries  or  may be ordered  through the  National
Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road,
Springfield,  VA  22161, (703)  605-6000.  The access
number for the clothbound manual is PB87-100012, and
the price is $30.00.
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Facility Eligibility Determination for Submitting an EPCRA Section 313 Report
                   Does your facility have 10 or more full-
                     time employees or the equivalent?

                   	(see definition under B.I)
                                  YES
                      Is your facility's primary SIC Code
                    included on the EPCRA Section 313 list?

                           (see B.2 and Table I)
NO
                                   YES
                   Does Your Facility Manufacture, Process,
                   or Otherwise Use Any EPCRA Section 313
                     Chemicals and Chemical Categories?

                     (see Table IL B.3 T B.5. and P.I - D.7)
                                   YES
                     Does Your Facility Exceed Any of the
                    Thresholds for a Chemical or a Chemical
                  Category (after excluding quantities that are
                     exempt from threshold calculations)
      STOP

     NO EPCRA

   SECTION 313

      REPORTS

 REQUIRED FOR

ANY CHEMICALS
                                   YES
                    AN EPCRA SECTION 313 REPORT IS
                    REQUIRED FOR THIS CHEMICAL OR
                         CHEMICAL CATEGORY
                                  YES
                       Is the amount manufactured, OR processed, OR otherwise used less than or equal to
                         1,000,000 pounds AND is the reportable amount less than or equal to 500 Ibs/yr
                                   YES
                                FORMA
                                  OR
                      FORM R IS REQUIRED FOR THIS
                   CHEMICAL OR CHEMICAL CATEGORY
                                                                            NO
         FORM R B REQUIRED FOR THIS
           CHEMICAL OR CHEMICAL
         CATEGORY (FORM A CANNOT
        	BE SUBMITTED)	
                     Figure 1 EPCRA Section 313 Reporting Decision Diagram
The North American Industry  Classification  System
(NAICS), is a new economic classification system that
will replace the 1987 SIC code system.  EPA will address
the SIC code change, as it  relates to EPCRA in an
upcoming Federal Register  notice.   This  upcoming
change does NOT affect the  1999 EPCRA Section 313
reporting.
  B.2.a.  Multi-Establishment Facilities
                  ;•         I                          •,
  Your facility may include multiple establishments that
  have different SIC codes. A multi-establishment facility
  is a facility that consists of two or more distinct and
  separate  economic  units.    If  your   facility  is  a
  multi-establishment facility, calculate the value of the
  products produced, shipped, or services provided from
  each establishment within the facility and then use the
  following rule to determine if your facility meets the SIC
  code criterion:
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Q   If the total value of the products produced, shipped,
     or  services provided at establishments with SIC
     codes 10 (except 1011, 1081, and 1094), 12 (except
     1241), 20-39, 4911 (limited to facilities that combust
     coal  and/or  oil for the purpose  of  generating
     electricity for distribution  in  commerce), 4931
     (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for
     the purpose of generating electricity for distribution
     in  commerce), 4939 (limited  to  facilities  that
     combust coal and/or  oil  for  the purpose  of
     generating electricity for distribution in commerce),
     4953 (limited to facilities regulated under the RCRA
     Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C. section 6921 et seq.), 5169,5171,
     and 7389 (limited to facilities primarily engaged in
     solvents recovery services on a contract or fee basis)
     is greater than 50 percent of the value of the entire
     facility's products  and services, the entire facility
     meets the SIC code criterion.

Q   If any one establishment with an SIC code 10 (except
     1011,1081, and 1094), 12 (except 1241), 20-39, 4911
     (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for
     the purpose of generating electricity for distribution
     in  commerce), 4931  (limited  to  facilities  that
     combust coal and/or  oil  for  the purpose  of
     generating electricity for distribution in commerce),
     4939 (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or
     oil for the purpose of  generating electricity  for
     distribution in commerce), 4953 (limited to facilities
     regulated under the RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C.
     section 6921 et seq.), 5169, 5171, or 7389 (limited to
     facilities  primarily engaged in solvents  recovery
     services on a contract or fee basis) produces or ships
     products or provides services whose value exceeds
     the value of products and services produced  or
     shipped  by  any other establishment within the
     facility, the facility also meets the SIC code criterion.

The  value of production or service  attributable to  a
particular establishment may be isolated by subtracting
the product value obtained from other establishments
within the same facility from the total product or service
value of the facility.  This procedure eliminates the
potential for "double counting" production and services
in situations  where  establishments  are engaged  in
sequential production or service activities at a single
facility.
Examples include:

Q   A facility in coating, engraving and allied services
     has two establishments. The first establishment, a
     general  automotive repair service, is in SIC code
     7537, which is not a covered SIC code. However,
     the second establishment, a metal paint shop is in
     SIC code 3479, which is a covered SIC code.  The
     metal paint shop paints the  parts received from
     general  automotive repair service.   The facility
     determines the  product is worth $500/unit  as
     received from the general automotive repair service
     (in non covered SIC code 7537) and the value of the
     product is $1500/unit after processing by the metal
     paint shop (in covered SIC code 3479). The value
     added  by  the metal  paint shop  is obtained by
     subtracting the  value  of the  products from the
     general automotive repair service from that of the
     value of the products of the metal paint shop. (In
     this example,  the value added = $l,500/unit  -
     $500/unit  =   $l,000/unit.)    The  value  added
     ($l,000/unit) by the establishment in SIC code 3479
     is more than 50% of the product value. Therefore,
     the facility's primary SIC code is  3479, which is a
     covered SIC code.

Q   A  food  processing establishment in a facility
     processes crops grown at the  facility in a separate
     establishment. The facility could base the value of
     the products  of each establishment on  the  total
     production value of each establishment.

Alternatively, the facility could first determine the value
of the crops grown at the agricultural establishment, and
then calculate the  contribution of the  food processing
establishment by subtracting the crop value from the
total value of the product shipped from the processing
establishment (value of product shipped from processing
- crop value = value of processing establishment)

A covered  multi-establishment facility  must make
EPCRA Section 313 chemical threshold determinations
and, if  required, must report all relevant information
about releases and  other waste management activities,
and  source  reduction activities  associated  with an
EPCRA Section 313 chemical for the entire facility, even
from establishments that are not in SIC codes 10 (except
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 Facility Eligibility Determination for Submitting an EPCRA Section 313 Report
 1011, 1081, and 1094), 12 (except 1241), 20-39, 4911
 (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the
 purpose of generating electricity for distribution  in
 commerce), 4931 (limited to facilities  that combust coal
 and/or oil for the purpose of generating electricity for
 distribution in commerce), 4939 (limited to facilities that
 combust coal and/or oil for the purpose of generating
 electricity for distribution in commerce), 4953 (limited to
 facilities regulated under the RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C.
 section  6921 et sctj.), 5169, 5171, and 7389  (limited  to
 facilities primarily engaged in solvents recovery services
 on a contract or fee basis).  EPA realizes, however, that
 certain establishments in a multi-establishment  facility
 can be, for all practical purposes, separate business units.
 Therefore, individual establishments may report releases
 and other  waste management activities  separately,
 provided  that the  total  releases  and other  waste
 management  quantities for the whole facility  are
 represented by the  sum  of the releases  and other
 quantities managed as waste reported by each of the
 separate  establishments  and   the  compliance
 determination is based on the entire facility.

 6.2.b.  Auxiliary Facilities

 An auxiliary facility is one that supports another covered
 establishment'sactivities (e.g., research and development
 laboratories, warehouses,  and storage facilities).  An
 auxiliary facility can  assume the SIC code of another
 covered establishment if its primary function is to service
 that other covered establishment's operations. For the
 purposes of EPCRA  Section 313, auxiliary facility is
 defined as one primarily engaged in performing support
 services for another covered establishment or multiple
 establishments of a covered facility and is in a different
 physical location than the primary facility. In addition, an
 auxiliary facility performs an integral role in the primary
 facility's activities.  In general, an auxiliary facility's basic
 administrative  services  (paperwork,  payroll,
 employment) are performed by the primary facility.
 Thus, a separate warehouse facility (i.e., one not located
 within the physical boundaries of a covered facility) may
 become a covered facility because it services a covered
 establishment  in SIC codes 10 (except 1011, 1081, and
 1094), 12 (except 1241), 20-39, 4911 (limited to facilities
 that combust  coal and/or  oil for  the purpose of
 generating electricity for distribution in commerce), 4931
 (limited to facilities that combust coal  and/or oil  for the
 purpose  of generating electricity for  distribution in
 commerce), 4939 (limited to facilities that combust coal
 and/or oil for the purpose of generating electricity for
 distribution in commerce), 4953  (limited to facilities
 regulated under the RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C. section
 6921 et seq.), 5169, 5171, arid 7389 (limited to facilities
 primarily engaged in solvents recovery services on a
 contract or fee basis). Auxiliary facilities that are in these
 aforementioned codes are required to report if they meet
 the employee criterion and reporting thresholds  for
 manufacture, process, or otherwise use.

 B.2.c.  Property Owners

 You are not required to report if you merely own real
 estate on which a facility covered by this rule is located;
 that is, you  have no  other  business  interest in  the
 operation of that facility (e.g., your company owns an
 industrial park). The operator of that facility, however,
 is subject to reporting requirements.

 B.3    Activity Determination

 B.3.a.  Definitions of "Manufacture,"
        "Process," and "Otherwise Use"
                      , ,  j               •        !
 Manufacture:   The term "manufacture"  means to
 produce,  prepare, compound, or import an EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical.  (See" Part II, Section 3.1 of these
 instructions for further clarification.)

 Import is defined as causing the EPCRA Section 313
 chemical to be imported into the customs territory of the
 United States.   If you order an  EPCRA Section 313
 chemical (or a mixture containing the chemical) from a
 foreign supplier, then you have imported the chemical
 when that shipment arrives at your facility directly from
 a source outside of the United States.  By ordering the
 chemical,  you have "caused it to be imported,"  even
 though you may have used an import brokerage firm as
 an agent to obtain the EPCRA Section 313 chemical.

Do Not Overlook Coincidental Manufacture

The  term manufacture  also includes  coincidental
 production of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical (e.g., as a
byproduct or impurity) as a result of the manufacture,
processing, otherwise use, or treatment of other chemical
substances. In the case of coincidental production of an
impurity (i.e., an EPCRA Section 313 chemical that
remains in the product that is distributed in commerce),
the de rninimis exemption, discussed in Section B.S.b of
these instructions, applies.  The de minimis exemption
does not apply to byproducts (e.g., an EPCRA Section
313 chemical that is separated from a process stream and
further processed or disposed). Certain EPCRA Section
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313 chemicals may be  manufactured as a  result of
wastewater treatment or other treatment processes.  For
example, neutralization of acid wastewater can result in
the coincidental manufacture of ammonium  nitrate
(solution),  reportable as  a  member of the  nitrate
compound category.

Process:  The term "process" means the preparation of a
listed Section 313 chemical, after its  manufacture, for
distribution in commerce.  Processing is usually the
intentional incorporation of a Section 313 chemical into a
product (see Part II, Section 3.2 of these instructions for
further clarification). Processing includes preparation of
the EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in the same physical
state or chemical form as that received by your facility, or
preparation that produces a change in physical state or
chemical form. The term also applies to the processing of
a mixture or other trade name product (see Section B.4.b
of these instructions) that contains a listed Section 313
chemical as one component.

Otherwise Use: The term "otherwise use" usually means
any use of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical, including an
EPCRA Section 313 chemical contained in a mixture or
other trade name product, or waste that is not covered by
the terms "manufacture" or "process." Otherwise use of
an EPCRA  Section 313 chemical does  not include
disposal, stabilization (without subsequent distribution
in commerce), or treatment for destruction unless:

(1) The EPCRA Section 313 chemical that was disposed,
stabilized, or treated for destruction was received from
off-site for the purposes of further waste management; or

(2) The EPCRA Section 313 chemical that was disposed,
stabilized, or treated for destruction was manufactured
as a result of waste management activities on materials
received from off-site  for the purposes  of waste
managementactivities. Relabeling or redistributing of the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical where no repackaging of
the  EPCRA  Section 313  chemical  occurs  does  not
constitute an otherwise use or processing of the EPCRA
Section 313  chemical."   (See 62 FR 23846 and Part II,
Section 3.3 of these Instructions for further clarification).
      Example 1: Coincidental Manufacture

Your company, a  nitric  acid  manufacturer,  uses
aqueous ammonia in a waste treatment system to
neutralize an acidic wastewater stream containing
nitric acid. The reaction >of ammonia and nitric acid
produces  a  solution'  of  ammonium  nitrate.
Ammonium nitrate is reportable under the nitrate
compounds -category  arid is, manufactured as,  a
byproduct. If the ammonium nitrate is produced in a
quantity fhatexceedsthe25,000-poundmanufactur|ng
threshold, the facility must report, under the nitrate
compounds category.  >   *•"

The aqueous ammonia^is cdnsidered to be otherwise
used and 10% of thefotal aqueous ammonia would be
counted towards the  10,QOOipound  otherwise use
threshold- Reports for releases of ammonia must also
include 10% of thetotal aqueous ammonia from the
solution of .ammonium nitrate (see the qualifier for the
ammonia listing).,..,

As another ^example, combustion of coal or ofherfuel
in boilers/furnaces can, result .in" the^ coincidental
manufacture  of metal category compounds and"
sulfuric acid ;(acid aerosols), hydrochloric acid (acid
'aerosols), and hydrogen fluoride.
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                         Example 2: Typical Process and Manufacture Activities

  Q     Your company receives toluene, an EPCRA Section 313 chemical, from another facility, and reacts the
         toluene with air to form benzoic acid, which the company distributes in commerce.  Your company
         processes toluene and manufactures and processes benzoic acid. Benzoic acicl, however, is not an EPCRA
         Section 313 chemical and thus does not trigger reporting requirements.

 Q      Your facility combines toluene purchased from a supplier with various materials to form paint. Your
         facility processes toluene.
                                                     . "  • '   . .:  '.''" '     •:,••  ,  },  •   V ' , ,.:,-•. • :' ' '"'. •
 Q      Your company receives a nickel compound (nickel compounds is a listed Section 313 chemical category)
         as a bullc solid and performs various size-reduction operations (e.g.,  grinding) before packaging the
         compound in SO-pound bags, which the company sells. Your company processes the nickel compound.

 Q      Your company receives a prepared mixture of resin and chopped fiber to be used in the injection molding
         of plastic products. The resin contains a listed Section 313 chemical mat becomes iricbrporated into the
         plastic, which the company distributes in commerce. Your facility processes the EPCRA Section 313
         chemical.                                               '.;

 Q      In the combustion of coal or oil, metal category compounds may be produced from either the parent metal
         or a metal compound contained in  the coal or oil.  If a metal undergoes a change of valence, a metal
         compound is considered to be manufactured. For example/during the combustion process copper in
         valence state zero changes to copper in valence state +2 in a compound such as copper (II) oxide (CuO).
         Furthermore, a metallic compound could be transformed to another metallic compound without a change
         in valency (e.g., copper (n) chloride  (CuCl) is transformed to copper (II) oxide).  The transformation to
         a new compound by combustion without a change in valence state is also considered to be "manufactured"
         for purposes of EPCRA Section 313.                          '•
                                Example3: Typical Otherwise Use Activities

 Q     When your facility deans equipment with toluene, you are otherwise using toluene. Your facility also
        separates two components of a mixture by dissolving one componentin toluene, and subsequently recovers
        the toluene from the process for reuse or disposal. Your facility otherwise uses toluene.

 Q     A covered facility receives a waste containing 12,000 pounds  of Chemical A, an EPCRA Section 313
        chemical, from off-site. The facility treats the waste, destroying Chemical A. and in the treatment process
        manufactures 10,500 pounds of Chemical B, another EPCRA Section 313 chemical. Chemical B is disposed
        on-site. Since  the waste containing Chemical A was received from off-site for the purpose of waste
        management, the amount of Chemical A must be included in the otherwise use threshold determination
        for Chemical A. The otherwise use threshold is 10,000 pound? and since the amount of Chemical A exceeds
        this threshold, all releases and  other waste management activities for Chemical A must be reported.
        Chemical B was manufactured in the treatment of a waste received from off-site. The facility disposed of
        Chemical B on-site. Since Chemical B was generated from waste received from off-site for treatment for
        destruction, disposal, or stabilization, the disposal of Chemical B is considered to be otherwise used. Thus,
        the amount of Chemical B must be considered in the otherwise used threshold determination. Thus, the
        reporting threshold for Chemical B has also been exceeded and all releases and other waste management
        activities for Chemical B must be reported.
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B.S.b. Activity Exemptions

Otherwise Use Exemptions. Certain otherwise uses of
listed Section 313 chemicals are specifically exempted:

Q     Otherwise use as a structural component of the
       facility;
Q     Otherwise use in routine janitorial or facility
       grounds maintenance;
Q     Personal uses by employees or other persons;
Q     Otherwise use of products containing EPCRA
       Section 313 chemicals for the purpose of
       maintaining motor vehicles operated by the
       facility; or
Q     Otherwise use of EPCRA Section 313 chemicals
       contained in intake water (used for processing
       or non-contact cooling) or in intake air (used
       either as compressed air or for combustion).

The exemption of  an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
otherwise used 1) as a structural component of the
facility; or 2)  in routine janitorial or facility grounds
maintenance; or 3)  for personal use by an employee
cannot be taken for activities involving process-related
equipment.

Articles  Exemption.   EPCRA Section  313 chemicals
contained in articles that are processed or otherwise used
at  a covered facility  are exempt  from  threshold
determinations and release and other waste management
calculations. The exemption applies when the facility
receives  the article  from another facility or when the
facility produces the article itself. The exemption applies
only to the quantity of EPCRA Section 313 chemical
present in the article. If the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
is manufactured  (including imported), processed,  or
otherwise used at the covered facility other than as part
of  the article, in excess  of an applicable threshold
quantity, the facility is required to report (40 CFR Section
372.38(b)).  For an EPCRA Section 313 chemical in  an
item to be exempt as part of the article, the item must
meet all  the following criteria in the Section 313 article
definition; that is, it must be a manufactured item that is
formed to a specific shape or design during manufacture,
that has end use functions dependent in whole or in part
upon its shape or design during end use, and that does
not release an EPCRA Section 313 chemical under normal
circumstances of processing or otherwise use of the item
at the facility.

If the processing or otherwise use of all like items results
in  a total release of 0.5  pound or less of an EPCRA
Section  313  chemical  in a  reporting  year to  any
environmental media, EPA will allow this release to be
rounded to zero, and the manufactured items remain
exempt as articles. The 0.5-pound limit does not apply to
each individual  article, but applies to the sum of all
releases from processing or otherwise use of all like
articles. If all the releases of like articles over a reporting
year  are   completely  captured  and  sent  for
recycling/reuse on-site or off-site, the items may remain
exempt  as articles. Any amount that is released  and is
not recycled/ reused will count toward the 0.5 pound per
year cut-off value.

The articles exemption applies to the normal processing
or otherwise use of articles.   This exemption does not
apply to the manufacture of the article. EPCRA Section
313 chemicals incorporated into articles  produced at a
facility must be factored into  threshold determinations
and release and waste management calculations.

If, in the course of processing or otherwise use, an item
retains its initial thickness or diameter, in whole or in
part, it meets the  first part of the article definition
described above.  If the item's basic dimensional
characteristics are totally altered during processing or
otherwise use, the item does not meet the first part of the
definition. An example of items that do not meet the
definition would be items which are cold extruded, such
as lead  ingots which are formed into wire or rods. On
the other hand, cutting a manufactured item into pieces
that are recognizable as the article would not change the
original dimensions as long  as the diameter  or the
thickness of the item remained the same; the articles
exemption would continue to apply. Metal wire may be
bent and sheet metal may be cut, punched, stamped, or
pressed without losing their article status as long as the
diameter of the wire or tubing or the thickness of the
sheet is not totally changed.

An important aspect of the articles  exemption is what
constitutes a release of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical.
Any processing or otherwise use of  like articles that
results in a release to the environment (of more than 0.5
pounds) negates the exemption.   Cutting, grinding,
melting, or other processing of manufactured items could
result in a release of an  EPCRA Section 313 chemical
during normal conditions of processing or otherwise use
and therefore negate the exemption as  articles.  Scrap
pieces that are; recognizable as an article do not constitute
a release.                                         ;
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                                     Example 4: Articles Exemption
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  Q     Lead that is incorporated into a lead acid battery is processed to manufacture the battery, and therefore
         must be  counted toward  threshold  determinations and release  andother waste  management
         determinations. However, the use of the lead acid battery elsewhere in the facility does not have to be
         counted. Disposal of the battery after its use does not constitute a "release;" thus, the battery remains an
         article.                         ,

  Q     If an item used in the faculty is fragmented, the item is still an article if those fragments being discarded
         remain identifiable as the article (e.g., recognizable pieces of a cylinder, pieces of wire), For instance, an
         eight-foot piece of wire is broken into two four-foot pieces of wire, without releasing any EPCRA Section
         313 chemicals. Each four-foot piece is identifiable as a piece of wire; therefore, the article status for these
         pieces of wire remains intact.

  Q     EPCRA Section 313 chemicals received in the form of pellets are not articles because the pellet form is
         simply a convenient form for further processing of the material.
 De Minimis Exemption.  The de minimis exemption
 allows  facilities   to   disregard  certain  minimal
 concentrations of chemicals in mixtures or other trade
 name  products  they process or otherwise use when
 making threshold determinations and release and other
 waste  management  calculations.  The  de  minimis
 exemption does not apply to the manufacture of an
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical except  if that EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical is manufactured as an impurity and
 remains in the product distributed in commerce, or if the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical is imported below the
 appropriate de minimis level.  The de minimis exemption
 does  not  apply   to   a byproduct  manufactured
 coincidentally as a result of manufacturing, processing,
 otherwise use, or any waste management activities.

 When  determining whether the de minimis exemption
 applies to  an  EPCRA Section  313  chemical, the
 owner/operator should consider only the concentration
 of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in mixtures and other
 trade name products in process streams in which the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical is undergoing a reportable
 activity. If the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in a process
 stream is manufactured as  an  impurity, imported,
 processed,  or otherwise used  and  is   below the
 appropriate de minimis  concentration  level, then the
 quantity of  the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in that
 process stream does not have to be applied to threshold
 determinations nor included  in release or other waste
 management determinations. If an EPCRA Section 313
 chemical in a process stream is below the appropriate de
 minimis level, all releases and other waste management
 activities  associated with the  EPCRA Section  313
 chemical in that stream are exempt from EPCRA Section
 313 reporting. It is possible to meet an activity (e.g.,
 processing) threshold for an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
 on a facility-wide basis, but not be required to calculate
 releases or other waste management quantities associated
 with a particular process because that process involves
 only mixtures or other trade name products containing
 the EPCRA Section 313 chemical below the de minimis
 level.

 Once an EPCRA Section 313 chemical concentration is at
 or above the appropriate de minimis level in the process
 stream, threshold determinations and release and other
 waste management calculations must be made, even if
 the chemical later falls below the de minimis level in the
 same process stream.  Thus, all releases  and other
 quantities managed as waste that  occur after the de
 minimis level has been met or exceeded are subject to
 reporting. If an EPCRA Section 313 chemical in a mixture
 or other trade name product at or above de minimis is
 brought on-site, the de minimis exemption never applies.

 De minimis levels for EPCRA Section 313 chemicals and
 chemical categories are set at concentration levels of
 either at  1% or 0.1%.  The 0.1% de minimis levels are
 dictated  by  determinations  made  by the National
Toxicology   Program   (NTP),   Annual  Report  on
Carcinogens, the International Agency for Research and
Cancer (IARC)  Monographs, or 29 CFR part 1910,
subpart Z. Therefore, once a chemical's status under
NTP, IARC, or 29 CFR part 1910, subpart Z indicates that
the chemical is a carcinogen or potential carcinogen, the
reporting facility may disregard levels of the chemical
below the 0.1% de minimis concentration provided that
the other criteria for the de minimis exemption are met.
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Dt> tninimis levels for chemical categories apply to the
total concentration of all chemicals in the category within
a mixture, not the  concentration  of each individual
category member within the mixture.

De Minimis Application to the Processing or Otherwise
Use of a Mixture

The de tninimis exemption applies only to the processing
or otherwise use of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical in a
mixture. Threshold determinations and release and other
waste management calculations begin at the point where
the chemical meets or exceeds de minimis. If an EPCRA
Section 313  chemical is  present  in a  mixture at a
concentration below the de minimis level, this quantity of
the substance does not have to be included for threshold
determinations, release and other waste management
reporting, or supplier notification  requirements.  The
exemption will apply as long as the mixture containing de
minimis amounts of an EPCRA Section 313  chemical
never equals or goes above the de minimis limit. Provided
below are two examples in which a manufacturing
activity would qualify for the de minimis exemption.

De Minimis Application in the Manufacture of the Listed
Chemical in  a Mixture

The de minimis exemption generally does not apply to the
manufacturing of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical. The de
minimis exemption may apply to  mixtures and other
trade name  products containing EPCRA Section 313
chemicals that are imported into the United States.

Another  exception  applies  to  EPCRA  Section  313
chemicals that are  coincidentally  manufactured  as
impurities that remain in the product  distributed  in
commerce below the de  minimis levels. The amount
remaining in the product is exempt from threshold
determinations. If the chemical is separated from the final
product,  thereby classifying the chemical as a byproduct,
it cannot qualify for the exemption. Any amount that is
separated, or is separate, from the product, is considered
a byproduct and is subject to threshold determinations
and release and other waste management calculations.
Any amount of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical that is
manufactured in a wastestream must  be considered
toward threshold determinations and release and other
waste management calculations and accounted for on
FormR.

The de  minimis exemption  also  does  not  apply  to
situations where the manufactured chemical is released
or transferred to wastestreams and thereby diluted to
below the de minimis level.

Laboratory Activities Exemption

Laboratory Activities: EPCRA Section 313 chemicals that
are manufactured, processed, or otherwise  used in
laboratory activities at a covered facility under the direct
supervision of a technically qualified individual do not
have to be considered for threshold determinations and
release  and other  waste management calculations.
However, pilot  plant  scale  and specialty chemical
production do not qualify for this laboratory activities
exemption, nor  do the use  of EPCRA Section 313
chemicals for laboratory support activities, such as the
use of chemicals for equipment maintenance.

Coal Extraction Activities Exemption

If an EPCRA Section 313 chemical is manufactured,
processed, or otherwise used in extraction by facilities in
SIC code 12,.a person is not required to consider the
quantity of the  EPCRA Section 313  chemical  so
manufactured, processed, or  otherwise used when
considering threshold determinations  and release and
other waste ' management calculations.  Reclamation
activities occurring simultaneously with coal extraction
activities  (e.g.,  cast blasting)  are included  in the
exemption. However, otherwise use of ash, waste rock,
or fertilizer for reclamation purposes are not considered
part of extraction; non-exempt amounts of Section 313
chemicals  contained  in these materials  must  be
considered toward threshold determinations and release
and other waste management calculations.

Metal Mining Overburden Exemption

If an EPCRA Section 313 chemical that is a constituent of
overburden is processed or otherwise used by facilities in
SIC code 10,! a person is not required to consider the
quantity of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical so processed
or  otherwise  used  when   considering   threshold
determinations and release and other waste management
calculations.

For  purposes  of  EPCRA   section  313  reporting,
overburden is the unconsolidated material that overlies
a deposit of useful material or ore.  It does not include
any portion of the ore or waste rock.
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                Example 5: DeMinimis Applications to Process and Otherwise Use Scenarios

  there are many cases in which the de minimis "limit" is crossed or recrossed within a process or otherwis/use
  scenario. The following examples are meant to illuminate these complex reporting scenarios.

  Increasing Concentration To or Above De Minimis Levels During Processing

  A manufacturing facility receives toluene that contains less than the de minimis concentration of chlorobehzene.
  Through distillation, the chlorobenzene content in process streams is increased over the He minimis concentration
  of 1 percent. From the point at which the chlorohenzene concentration equals 1 percent in process streams, the
  amount present must be factored into threshold determinations and release and other waste management
  estimates. The facility does not need to consider the amount of chlorobenzene in the raw material, i.e., when below
  de minimis levels, when making threshold determinations.  The facility does not have to report emissions of
  chlorobenzene from storage tanks or any other equipment where the chlorobenzene content is less than 1 percent
                                                                        *     f                       ปi
  Fluctuating Concentration During Processing
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  A manufacturer produces an ink product that contains toluene, an EPCRA Section 313 chemical, below the de
  minimis level. The process used causes the percentage of toluene in the mixture to fluctuate: it rises above the de
  minimis level for a time but drops below the level as the process winds down. The facility must consider the
  chemical toward threshold determinations from the point at which it first equals ihe de minimis limit. Once the de
  minimis limit has been met the exemption cannot be taken.
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                  Example 6: Concentration Ranges Straddling the De Minimis Value
                                                                                       <*        "*
O      A facility processes 8,000,000 pounds of a mixture containing 0.25 to 1.25% manganese. Manganese is
eligible for the 1 % de minimis concentration exemption. The amount of mixture sulSject to reporting is the quantity
containing manganese at or above the de minimis concentration: '       "    '"'    ,          '-'>

       (8,000,000) x (1.25% ^0.99%)- (1.25%,- 0.25%) ,                  ,            ,       '         /

The average concentration of manganese that is not exempt,(above the de minimis) is:

       (125%'M.00%) + (2)'   '     •'                '  " >
(8,000.000) x (1.25% Q.99%)] x [(L2
      (1.25%&0.25%)     ,j  I   ซ.
                                                    25%%1.00%) ,
                                                                         •
Therefore, the amount of manganese that is subject to threshold determination and release and other waste
management estimates is:  '                       r  -             !  ,   ~ "   ป.*7   .- .p_'      * „,

       = 23,400 pounds manganese (which is below the processing threshold)   ,-        -         ,

In this scenario, because the facility's information pertaining to manganese was available to two decimal places,
0.99 was used to determine the amount below the de minimis concentrations. If the information was available to
one decimaVplace, 0,9 should be used, as inythe scenario below.       (          -       *",ซ•„

O    • As in the previous example, manganese is present in a mixture, of which 8,000,000 pdurids is processed.
The MSDS states the mixture contains 0.2% to 1.2% ^manganese. The amount of mixture subject to reporting (at*
or above de minimis) is:            -      -    .             *    - ,         , •           ,"''•'
    ~~  (8,000,000) x (1.2% -0.9%) -(1.2% -0.2%)  .        '          '         ;     '   ,"   ',  ,  "

The average concentration of manganese that is not exempt (at or above de minimis) is:
                            '  ',    --"-''  *'    >">         f<   ^ f   /" ^  ',  "    -\"  >  M^^^,-1"
      - (1.2% + 1.0%) -(2)      '               '"                ^                \  f-    '•  *",•*-.-,

Therefore, "the amount of manganese that is subject to threshold determinations and release and other waste
management estimates is:                          '                  *            -   ~  "    ,      "
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              Example 7: De Minimis Application in the Coincidental Manufacture in a Mixture

  Coincidental Manufacture as a Product Impurity

  Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate reacts with trace amounts of water to form trace quantities of 2,4-diaminotoluene. The
  resulting product contains 99  percent  toIuene-2,4-diisocyanate and 0,05 percent 2,4-diaminotoluene. lite
  2,4-diaminotoluene would not be subject to Section 313 reporting nor would supplier notification be required
  because the concentration of 2,4-diaminotoluene is below its de minimis concentration of 0.1 percent in the product
  Coincidental manufacture/production refers only to production of a chemical via a chemical reaction. It would not
  include separation of a byproduct from a purchased mixture during a processing operation.
             •         	         '      '  ;>.-.-.i    , ,\:             s             * , ^  ^      L       ^
                                                 '•                                    '        ^' % <  4
  Coincidental Manufacture as a Commercial Byproduct and Impurity
                                         ' ':  '"•    '   ' ' '                        f                    "* ซ- !
  Chloroform is a reaction byproduct in the production of carbon tetrachloride. It is removed by distillation to a
  concentration of less than 150 ppm (0.0150%) remaining in the carbon tetrachloride. The separated chloroform at
  90 percent concentration is sold as a byproduct. Chloroform is subject to a 0.1% (1000 ppm) de minimis level. Any
  amount of chloroform manufactured and separated as byproduct must be included in threshold determination^
  because the de minimis exemption does not apply to manufacture of a chemical. Releases of chloroform prior to and
  during purification of the carbon tetrachloride should be reported. The de minimis level can, however, be applied
  to the chloroform remaining in the carbon tetrachloride as an impurity. Because the concentration of chloroform
  remaining in the carbon tetrachloride is below the de minimis level, this quantity of chloroform is exempt from
  threshold determinations, release and other waste management reporting, and supplier notification.

  Coincidental Manufacture as a Waste Byproduct                                                 '•,"->
                                             ••...••                                          •„,„., ;>f.
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  A small amount of formaldehyde  is manufactured as a reaction byproduct during the production of phthalic
  anhydride. The formaldehyde is separated from the phthalic anhydride as a waste gas and burned, leaving no
  formaldehyde in the phthalic anhydride. The amount of formaldehyde produced and removed must be included
  in threshold determinations and release and other waste management estimates even if the formaldehyde were
  presentbelow the de minimis level in the process stream where it was manufactured or in the wastestream to which
  it was separated.                                                                      "•",'"
  Coal mining extraction activities. Included among
  these are explosives for blasting operations,
  solvents, lubricants, and fuels for extraction related
  equipment maintenance and use, as well as
  overburden and mineral deposits. The EPCRA
  section 313 chemicals contained in these materials
  are exempt from threshold determinations and
  release and other waste management calculations,
  when processed or otherwise used during extraction
  activities at coal mines.                       ,
B.4   Threshold Determinations
Section 313 reporting is required if threshold quantities
areexceeded. Separate thresholds apply to the amountof
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical that is manufactured,
processed, or otherwise used.

You must submit a report for any EPCRA Section 313
chemical that is manufactured or processed at your
facility in excess of the following threshold:

Q     25,000 pounds during the course of a calendar
       year.

You must submit a report if the quantity of an EPCRA
Section 313 chemical that is otherwise used at your
facility exceeds:
                        j
Q     10,000 pounds during the course of a calendar
       year.
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B.4.a. How to Determine if Your Facility
       Has Exceeded Thresholds

To  determine  whether your facility  has exceeded a
Section 313 reporting threshold, compare quantities of
EPCRA Section 313 chemicals  that you  manufacture,
process, or otherwise use to the respective thresholds for
those activities. A •worksheet is  provided in Figure 2 to
assist facilities  in determining whether they exceed any
of the  reporting thresholds.   This  worksheet also
provides a format for maintaining reporting facility
records.  Use of this worksheet is not required and the
completed worksheet(s) should not accompany Form R
reports submitted to EPA and the State.

Complete a separate worksheet  for each EPCRA Section
313 chemical or chemical category. Base your threshold
determination  for EPCRA  Section 313 chemicals with
qualifiers only  on the quantity of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical satisfying the qualifier.

Use of the worksheet is divided into three steps:

Step 1 allows  you to record the gross amount of the
EPCRA  Section  313 chemical  or chemical  category
involved in activities throughout the facility. Pure forms
as well  as the amounts of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical or chemical category  present in mixtures or
other trade name products must be considered. The
types of activity (i.e., manufacturing, processing,  or
otherwise using) for  which the EPCRA Section 313
chemical is used must be  identified because separate
thresholds apply to each of these activities.  A record of
the information source(s) used should be kept.  Possible
information sources include purchase records, inventory
data, and calculations by a process engineer. The data
collected in Step 1 will be totaled for each activity to
identify the overall amount of  the EPCRA Section 313
chemical or chemical category manufactured (including
imported), processed, or otherwise used.

Step 2 allows you,to identify uses of the EPCRA Section
313 chemical or chemical category that were included in
Step 1 but are exempt under Section 313. Do not include
in Step 2 exempt quantities of  the EPCRA Section 313
chemical not included in the calculations in Step 1.  For
example, if Freon contained   in  the building's air
conditioners was not reported in Step 1, you would not
include the amount as exempt in  Step  2.  Step 2 is
intended for use when a quantity or use of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical is exempt while other quantities
require reporting. Note the type of exemption for future
reference. Also  identify, if applicable, the fraction or
percentage of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical present
that is exempt.  Add the amounts in each activity to
obtain a subtotal for exempted amounts of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical or chemical categories at the facility.

Step 3 involves subtracting the result of Step 2 from the
results of Step 1 for each activity. Compare this net sum
to the applicable activity threshold. If the threshold is
met or exceeded  for any of the three activities, a facility
must  submit a Form  R for that EPCRA Section 313
chemical or chemical category. Do not sum quantities of
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical that are manufactured,
processed, and otherwise used at your facility, because
each of these  activities requires  a separate threshold
determination. For example, if in a calendar  year you
processed 20,000 pounds of an EPCRA section 313
chemical and you otherwise used 6,000 pounds of that
same chemical, your facility has not met or exceeded any
applicable threshold and thus is not required  to report
for that chemical.

This worksheet should be retained to document your
determination for reporting or not reporting, but should
not be submitted with the report.

You must submit a report if you exceed any threshold for
any EPCRA Section 313 chemical or chemical  category.
For example, if your facility processes 22,000 pounds of
an EPCRA Section 313 chemical and also otherwise uses
16,000 pounds of that same EPCRA Section 313 chemical,
it has exceeded the otherwise  use threshold (10,000
pounds) and your facility must report even though it did
not exceed the process threshold. However, in preparing
your  reports,  you must  consider all  non-exempted
activities and all releases and other waste management
quantities of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical from your
facility, not just releases and other waste management
quantities from the otherwise use activity.

Also note that threshold determinations are based upon
the actual amounts of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
manufactured, processed, or otherwise used over the
course of the calendar year. The threshold determination
may not relate to the amount of an EPCRA Section 313
chemical brought on-site during the calendar year. For
example, if a stockpile of 100,000 pounds of an EPCRA
Section 313 chemical is present on-site but only 20,000
pounds is applied to a process, only the 20,000 pounds
processed is counted toward a threshold determination,
not the entire 100,000 pounds of the stockpile.
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 B.4.b. Threshold Determinations for On-Site
       Reuse Operations

 Threshold  determinations  of  EPCRA  Section  313
 chemicals that are reused at the facility are based only on
 the amount of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical that is
 added during the year, not the total volume in the
 system. For example, a facility operates a refrigeration
 unit that contains 15,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia
 at the Beginning of the year.  The system is charged with
 2,000 pounds of anhydrous  ammonia during the year.
 The facility has therefore "otherwise used" only 2,000
 pounds of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical and is not
 required to report (unless there are other "otherwise use"
 activities of ammonia, that when taken together, exceed
 the reporting threshold).   If, however, the  whole
 refrigeration unit was recharged with 15,000 pounds of
 anhydrous ammonia during the year, the facility would
 exceed the  otherwise use threshold, and be required to
 report.

 This does not apply to EPCRA Section 313  chemicals
 "recycled" or "reused" off-site and returned to a facility.
 Such EPCRA Section 313 chemicals returned to a facility
 are treated as the equivalentof newly purchased material
 for purposes of Section 313 threshold determinations.

 B.4.C. Threshold Determinations for
       Ammonia

 The listing for ammonia includes the modifier "includes
 anhydrous ammonia and aqueous ammonia from water
 dissociable ammonium  salts and other sources;  10
 percent of total aqueous ammonia is reportable under
 this listing".  The qualifier for ammonia  means that
 anhydrous forms ofammonia are 100 percent reportable
 and aqueous forms  are limited to 10 percent  of total
 aqueous  ammonia.    Therefore,  when determining
 threshold quantities, 100 percent of anhydrous ammonia
 is included but only 10 percent of total aqueous ammonia
 Is included. If any ammonia evaporates from aqueous
 ammonia  solutions, 100 percent of the  evaporated
 ammonia is included in threshold determinations.

 For example, if a facility processes aqueous ammonia it
 has processed 100 percent of the aqueous ammonia in
 that solution.  If the ammonia remains in solution, then
 10 percent  of the total aqueous ammonia is counted
 towards threshold. If there are any evaporative losses of
 anhydrous  ammonia, then 100 percent of those losses
 must be counted towards the processing threshold. If the
manufacturing, processing, or otherwise use threshold
for the ammonia listing are exceeded, the facility must
report 100 percent of these evaporative losses in Sections
5 and 8 of the Form R.
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B.4.d. Threshold Determinations for
       Chemical Categories

A number of chemical compound categories are subject
to reporting.  See Table II for a listing of these EPCRA
Section 313 chemical categories. When reporting for one
of these  EPCRA Section 313 chemical  categories, all
individual members of a category that are manufactured,
processed,  or  otherwise  used  must be  counted.
However, threshold  determinations must be  made
separately for each of the three activities. Do not include
in these threshold determinations for a category  any
chemicals that are also individually listed EPCRA Section
313 chemicals (see Table II) or individually listed EPCRA
Section 313 chemicals that have been deleted from the
category  (e.g., a  class  of   copper  phthalocyanine
compounds   has  been  deleted   from  the   copper
compounds category).    Individually  listed  EPCRA
Section 313 chemicals are subject to their own, individual
threshold determination.

Organic Compounds

For the organic compound categories, you are required
to  account for  the entire weight of all  compounds
Within a specific compound category (e.g., glycol ethers)
at the facility for BOTH the theshold determination and
release and other waste management estimates.
                         i
Metal-Containing Compounds

Threshold  determinations   for  metal-containing
compounds present a special case.  If, for example, your
facility processes several different lead compounds, base
your threshold determination on the total weight of all
lead compounds  processed.   However, if your facility
processes both the "parent" metal (lead) as well as one or
more lead  compounds, you  must make threshold
determinations for both because they are separately listed
EPCRA Section 313 chemicals.  If your facility exceeds
thresholds for both the parent metal and compounds of
that same metal, EPA allows  you to file one combined
report (e.g., one report for lead compounds, including
lead) because the release information you will report in
connection with metal category compounds will be the
total pounds of the parent metal released. If you file  one
combined report, you should put the name of the metal
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compound category on the Form R.  Do not put both
names on the Form R.

The case of metal compounds involving more than one
metal should be noted. Some metal compounds may
contain more than one listed metal.  For example, lead
chromate is both a lead compound  and a chromium
compound. In such cases, if applicable thresholds are
exceeded, you are required to file two separate reports,
one  for  lead  compounds  and  one  for chromium
compounds. Apply the total weight of the lead chromate
to the threshold determinations for both lead compounds
and chromium compounds. (Note: Only the amount of
each parent metal  released or otherwise managed as
waste (not the amount of the compound), would be
reported on the appropriate sections of both Form Rs. See
B.5.)

Nitrate Compounds (water dissociable; reportable only
when in aqueous solution)

For the category nitrate compounds  (water dissociable;
reportable only when in aqueous solution), the entire
weight of the nitrate compound is counted towards the
threshold. A nitrate compound is covered by this listing
only when in water and only  if dissociated.  If no
information is available on the identity of the type of
nitrate that is manufactured processed or otherwise used,
assume that the nitrate compound exists as sodium
nitrate.

B.4.e.  Mixtures and Other Trade Name
        Products

EPCRA Section 313 chemicals contained in mixtures and
other trade name  products  must  be factored  into
threshold determinations and release and other waste
management calculations.
If your facility processed or otherwise used mixtures or
other trade name products during the calendar year, you
are required to use the best information available to
determine whether the components  of a mixture are
above the de minimis concentration and, therefore, must
be included in threshold determinations and release and
other waste management calculations. If you know that
a mixture or other trade name product contains a specific
EPCRA Section 313 chemical, combine the amount of the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical in the mixture or other
trade name.product with other amounts of the same
EPCRA Section 313 chemical processed or otherwise
used at your facility for threshold determinations and
release and other waste management calculations. If you
know that a mixture contains an EPCRA Section 313
chemical but no concentration information is provided by
the supplier, you do not have to consider the amount of
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical present in that mixture
for purposes of threshold determinations and release and
other waste .management calculations.

Observe  the   following  guidelines  in  estimating
concentrations  of  EPCRA  Section  313 chemicals in
mixtures when only limited information is available:

Q   If  you  know the  lower  and  upper  bound
     concentrations of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical in
     a  mixture, use  the  midpoint of  these  two
     concentrations for threshold determinations.

Q   If you know only the lower bound concentration,
     you should subtract out the percentages of any other
     known components to determine a reasonable upper
     bound  concentration,   arid then  determine  a
     midpoint.

Q   If you have no information other than the lower
     bound concentration, calculate a midpoint assuming
     an upper bound concentration of 100 percent. '
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Q    If you only know the upper bound concentration,
     you must use it for threshold determinations.

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     range available, you should use the midpoint of the
     range extremes.

B.5   Release and Other Waste
       Management Determinations for
       Metals, Metal Category
       Compounds, and Nitrate
       Compounds

Metal Compounds

Although the complete weight of the metal compound
must be used for threshold determinations for the metal
category  compounds, for  release and other  waste
management determinations,  only the parent metal
portion  of the  metal category  compound must be
considered.  Remember that for metal compounds that
consist of more than one metal, release and other waste
management reporting must be made for each metal,
provided that  the appropriate thresholds have been
exceeded.

Metals and Metal Category Compounds

As stated above, for  compounds  within the metal
compound categories only the metal portion of the metal
category compound should be considered in determining
release and other waste management quantities for the
metal category compounds. Therefore, if thresholds are
separately exceeded for the  "parent"  metal and  its
compounds, EPA allows you to file a combined Form R
for the "parent" metal and its category compounds. This
Form R would contain all of the release and other waste
management information for both the "parent" metal and
metal portion of the related metal category compounds.
For example, you exceed thresholds for chromium. You
also  exceed  thresholds  for  chromium  compounds.
Instead of filing two Form Rs you can file one combined
Form R.  This Form R would contain  information on
quantities of chromium released or otherwise managed
as waste and the quantities of the chromium portion of
the  chromium  compounds  released  or  otherwise
managed as waste. -When filing one combined Form R
for an EPCRA Section 313 metal and metal compound
category, facilities should identify the chemical reported
as the metal compound category name and code in
Section 1 of the Form R. Note that this does not apply to
the Form A. See the section in these instructions on the
Form A.

Nitrate Compounds (water dissociable; reportable only
in aqueous solution)

Although the complete weight of the nitrate compound
must be used for threshold determinations for the nitrate
compounds  category, for  release  and  other  waste
management determinations only the nitrate portion of
the compound must be considered.
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                          Example 9: Mixtures and Other Trade Name Products

  Seenario#l: Yourfacility otherwise uses 12,QOOpounds of anindustrialsolvent(SolventX)forequipmentcleaning,
  The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for the solvent indicates that it contains at least 50 percent methyl ethyl
  ketone (MEK), an EPCRA Section 313 chemical; however, it also states that the solvent contains 20 percent non-
  hazardous surfactants. This is the only MEK-containing mixture used at the facility.
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  Follow these steps to determine if the quantity of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in solvent X exceeds the
  threshold for otherwise use.

  1)     Determine a reasonable maximum concentration for the EPCRA Section 313 chemical by subtracting out
        the non-hazardous surfactants (i.e., 100%-20% = 80%).

  2)     Determine the midpoint between the known minimum (50%) and the reasonable maximum calculated
        above (i.e., (80%  + 50%)/2 = 65%).

  3)     Multiply total weight of Solvent X otherwise used by 65 percent (0,65).

        12,000 pounds x  0.65 = 7,800 pounds

  4)     Because the total amount of MEK otherwise used at the facility was less than the 10,000-pound otherwise
        use threshold, the facility is not required to file a Form R for MEK.

  Scenario #2: Your facility otherwise used 15,000 pounds of Solvent Y to clean printed circuit boards. The MSDS
  for the solvent lists only mat Solvent Y contains at least 80 percent of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical that is only
  identified as chlorinated  hydrocarbons.

  Follow these steps to determine if the quantity of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in the solvent exceeds the
  threshold for otherwise use.

  1)     Because the specific chemical is unknown, the Form R will be filed for "chlorinated hydrocarbons." This
        name will be entered into Part n, Section 2.1, "Mixture Componentldentity/' (Note: Becauseyoursupplier
        is claiming the EPCRA Section 313 chemical identity a trade secret, you do not have to file substantiation
        forms.)
 2)
 3)
 4)
The upper bound limit is assumed to be 100 percent and the lower bound limit is known to be 80 percent
Using this information, the specific concentration is estimated to be 90 percent (i.e., the mid-point between
upper and lower limits).

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The total weight of Solvent Y is multiplied by 90 percent (0.90) when calculating for thresholds.

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Because the total amount of chlorinated hydrocarbons exceeds the 10,000-pound otherwise use threshold,
you must file a Form R for this chemical.
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C.     Instructions for Completing EPA Form R
Part I.    Facility Identification
            Information

Section 1.  Reporting Year

This is the  calendar  year to  which .the  reported
information applies, not the year in  which you are
submitting the report. Information for the 1999 reporting
year must be submitted on or before July 1, 2000.

Section 2.  Trade Secret Information

2.1  Are you claiming the EPCRA Section 313
     chemical identified on page 2 trade secret?

Answer this question only after you have completed the
rest of the report.  The specific identity of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical being reported in Part II, Section 1,
may be designated as a trade secret. If you are making a
trade secret claim, mark "yes" and proceed to Section 2.2.
Only check "yes" if   you  manufacture, process, or
otherwise use the EPCRA Section 313 chemical whose
identity is a trade secret. (See page 2 of these instructions
for specific information on trade secrecy claims.) If you
checked "no," proceed  to  Section 3;  do  not answer
Section 2.2.

2.2  If "yes" in 2.1, is this copy sanitized or
     unsanitized?

Answer this question only after you have completed the
rest of  the report. Check "sanitized" if this copy of the
report  is the public version that does  not contain the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical identity but does contain a
generic name in its place, and you have  claimed the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical identity trade secret in Part
I, Section 2.1. Otherwise, check "unsanitized."

Section 3.  Certification

The certification statement must be signed by the owner
or operator  or  a senior official with management
responsibility for the person (or persons) completing the
form.  The owner, operator, or official must certify the
accuracy and completeness of the information reported
on the form by signing and dating the  certification
statement.  Each report must  contain  an  original
signature. Print or type in the space provided the name
and  title of the person who signs the statement.  This
certification statement  applies to all the  information
supplied on the form and should be signed only after the
form has been completed.
Section 4. Facility Identification

4.1  Facility Name, Location, and TRI Facility
    Identification Number

Enter the name of your facility (plant site  name or
appropriate facility designation), street address, mailing
address, city, county, state, and zip code in the space
provided. Do not use a post office box number as the
street address1.  The street address provided should be
the location where the EPCRA Section 313 chemicals are
manufactured, processed, or otherwise used.  If your
mailing address and street address are the same, enter
NA in the space for the mailing address.

If your facility is not in a county, put the name of your
city, district (for example District of Columbia), or parish
(if you are in Louisiana) in the county block of the Form
R and Form A as well as in the County field of the ATRS
software. "NA" or "None" are not acceptable entries.

If you have submitted a Form R for previous reporting
years, a TRI  Facility Identification Number has been
assigned to your facility. The TRI Facility Identification
Number appears (with other facility-specific information)
on a pre-printed page 1 of the Form R that is attached to
the cover of 'this  Toxic Chemical Release Inventory
Instructions for 1999.  Please do not destroy this page 1.
When completing your Form R reports for 1999, you may
use this pre-printed page 1 instead of filling out a new
page one.
If  your pre-printed  page 1  is missing  information
required by  Form R, insert that information in the
appropriate box in Part I, Section 4.1.  For example, if
your pre-printed page 1 contains your street address and
not your mailing address, enter your mailing address in
the space provided. If you receive a pre-printed page 1
which contains incorrect information, you may edit the
page.
If you do not have a pre-printed page 1, but know your
TRI Facility Identification Number, complete Section 4.
If you do not know your TRI Facility Identification
Number, contact the EPCRA Hotline (see page 4). If your
facility  has  moved,  do not enter  your  TRI  facility
identification number, enter "New Facility."

Enter "New Facility" .in the space for the  TRI Facility
Identification number if this is your first submission of a
Form R.
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4.2  Full or Partial Facility Indication
A covered facility must report all releases and other
waste  management activities  and  source reduction
activities of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical if the facility
meets 3, reporting threshold for that EPCRA Section 313
chemical, However, if the facility is composed of several
distinct establishments, EPA allows these establishments
to submit separate  reports for the EPCRA Section 313
chemical  as  long  as  all  releases  and other  waste
management  activities  of  the  EPCRA  Section  313
chemical  from the entire  facility are accounted  for.
Indicate  in Section  4.2 whether your report is for the
entire covered facility as a whole or for part of a covered
facility.

Section 313 requires reports by  "facilities," which are
defined as "all buildings, equipment, structures,  and
other stationary items which are located on a single site
or on contiguous or adjacent sites and which are owned
or operated by the same person."

The SIC code system defines business "establishments"
as "distinct and separate economic activities [that] are
performed at a single physical location." Under section
372.30(c) of the reporting rule, you may submit a separate
Form  R  for  each  establishment,  or for  groups of
establishments in your facility, provided all releases and
other waste management activities and source reduction
activities involving the EPCRA Section 313 chemical from
the entire  facility are  reported.   This allows  you the
option of reporting separately on the activities involving
an EPCRA Section 313 chemical ateach establishment, or
group of establishments (e.g., part of a covered facility),
rather than submitting a single Form R for that EPCRA
Section 313 chemical for the entire facility. However, if
an establishment or group of establishments does not
manufacture,  process, or otherwise use or release or
otherwise  manage  as waste  an EPCRA Section  313
chemical, you do not have to submit a report for  that
establishment or  group of establishments for  that
particular  chemical.  (See also  Section B.2a of these
instructions.)

4.3  Technical Contact

Enter the name and telephone number (including area
code) of a technical representative whom EPA or State
officials may contact for clarification of the information
reported on Form R. This contact person does not have
to be the same person who prepares the report or signs
the certification statement and does not necessarily need
to be someone at the location of the reporting facility.
However, this person must be familiar with the details of
 the report so that he or she" can answer questions about
 the information provided.

 4.4  Public Contact
                         ;i
 Enter the name and telephone number (including area
 code) of a person who can respond to questions from the
 public about the report.  If you choose to designate the
 same person as both the technical and the public contact,
 you may enter "Same as  Section 4.3" in this space. This
 contact person does not have to be the same person who
 prepares the report or signs the certification statement
 and does not  necessarily need to  be  someone  at the
 location of the reporting facility.  If this space is left
 blank, the technical contact will be listed as the  public
 contact in the TRI database.

 4.5  Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code

 Enter the appropriate 4-digit primary Standard Industrial
 Classification (SIC) Code for your facility. Table I lists
 the SIC codes within 10 (except 1011,1081, and 1094), 12
 (except 1241), 20-39, 4911 (limited  to  facilities  that
 combust coal and/or oil for the purpose of generating
 electricity for distribution in commerce), 4931 (limited to
 facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the purpose of
 generating electricity for distribution in commerce), 4939
 (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the
 purpose of generating  electricity  for distribution in
 commerce), 4953 (limited to facilities regulated under the
 RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C. section 6921 et seq}, 5169,
 5171, and 7389 (limited to facilities primarily engaged in
 solvents recovery services on a contract or fee basis).  If
 the report covers more than one establishment, enter the
 primary 4-digit SIC code for each establishment starting
 with the primary SIC code for the entire facility. You are
 required to enter SIC codes only for those establishments
 within the facility that fall within SIC  codes 10 (except
 1011, 1081, and  1094), 12 (except 1241), 20-39, 4911
 (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the
 purpose of generating  electricity  for distribution in
 commerce), 4931  (limited to facilities that combust coal
 and/or oil for  the purpose of generating electricity for
 distribution in commerce), 4939 (limited to facilities, that
 combust coal and/or oil for the purpose of generating
 electricity for distribution in commerce), 4953 (limited to
 facilities regulated under the RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C.
.section 6921 et seq.), 5169, 5171,  and  7389 (limited to
 facilities primarily engaged in solvents recovery services
 on a contract or fee basis). If you do not know your SIC
 code, consult the  1987 SIC Manual.

 The North American Industry Classification System
 (NAICS) is a new economic'classification system that will
 replace the 1987 SIC code system. EPA will address the
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SIC code change, as it relates to EPCRA, in an upcoming
Federal Register notice.  This upcoming change does
NOT affect the 1999 EPCRA Section 313 reporting.

4.6  Latitude and Longitude

Enter the latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates of your
facility. Sources of these data include EPA permits (e.g.,
NPDES permits),  county  property   records,  facility
blueprints, and site  plans.  Instructions on  how  to
determine these coordinates can be found in Appendix E.
Enter only numerical data. Do not preface numbers with
letters such as N or W to denote the hemisphere.

Latitude and longitude coordinates of your facility are
very important  for pinpointing the location of reporting
facilities and are required elements on the Form R. EPA
encourages  facilities   to  make the best  possible
measurements when determining latitude and longitude.
As with any other  data field, missing, suspect,  or
incorrect data may generate a Notice of Technical Error
to be issued to the facility.  (See Appendix C: Common
Errors in Completing Form R Reports and Making Data
Available).

4.7  Dun & Bradstreet Number

Enter  the  nine-digit number  assigned by  Dun  &
Bradstreet (D & B) for your facility or each establishment
within your facility. These numbers code the facility for
financial purposes. This number may be available from
your facility's treasurer or financial officer. You can also
obtain  the numbers from your local Dun & Bradstreet
office (check the telephone book White  Pages).  If a
facility  does  not subscribe to  the D & B service, a
"support number" can be obtained from the D & B center
located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, at (610) 882-7748
(8:30 AM to 8:00 PM, Eastern Time).  If none  of your
establishments has been assigned a D & B number, enter
not applicable,  NA, in box (a).  If only some  of your
establishments have been assigned D &  B numbers, enter
those numbers in Part I, section 4.7.

4.8  EPA Identification Number

The EPA I.D. Number is a 12-character number assigned
to facilities covered  by hazardous  waste regulations
under  the Resource  Conservation and Recovery Act
(RCRA). Facilities not covered by RCRA are not likely to
have an assigned I.D. Number.  If your facility is not
required to have an I.D. Number, enter not applicable,
NA, in box (a).  If your facility has been assigned EPA
Identification Numbers, you must enter  those numbers in
the spaces provided in Section 4.8.
4.9 NPDES Permit Number

Enter the numbers of any permits your facility holds
under the National  Pollutant Discharge  Elimination
System (NPDES) even if the permit(s) do not pertain to
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical being reported. This
nine-character permit number is assigned to your facility
by EPA or the State  under the authority of the Clean
Water Act. If your facility does not have a permit, enter
not applicable, NA, in Section 4.9a.

4.10 Underground Injection Well Code (UIC)
    Identification Number

If your facility has a permit to inject a waste containing
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical into Class 1 deep wells,
enter  the 12-digit Underground  Injection Well Code
(UIC) identification number assigned by EPA or by the
State under the authority of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
If your facility does not hold such a permit(s), enter not
applicable, NA, in Section 4.10a. You are only required
to provide the UIC number for wells that receive  the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical being reported.

Section 5. Parent Company Information

You must provide information on your parent company.
For purposes of Form R, a parent company is defined as
the highest level company, located in the United States,
that directly owns at least 50 percent of the voting stock
of your company. If your facility is owned by a foreign
entity, enter not applicable, NA, in this space. Corporate
names should be treated  as parent company names for
companies with multiple facility sites. For example, the
Bestchem Corporation is not owned or controlled by any
other  corporation but has sites throughout the country
whose names begin  with Bestchem.   In this  case,
Bestchem Corporation  would  be listed as the parent
company. Note that a facility that is a 50:50 joint venture
is its own parent company.  '

5.1 Name of Parent Company

Enter the name of the corporation or other business
entity that is your ultimate U.S. parent company. If your
facility has no parent company, check the NA box.

5.2 Parent Company's Dun & Bradstreet Number

Enter the D & B number for your ultimate U.S. parent
company, if applicable.  The number may be obtained
from the treasurer or financial officer of the company. If
your parent company does not have a D & B number,
check the NA box.
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Part II.   Chemical Specific
           Information

In Part II, you are to report on:

Q  The EPCRA Section 313 chemical being reported;
Q  The general uses and activities involving the EPCRA
    Section 313 chemical at your facility;
Q  On-site releases of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
    from the facility to air, water, and land;
Q  Quantities of the EPCRA Section  313 chemical
    transferred to off-site locations;
Q  Information  for  on-site and off-site  disposal,
    treatment, energy recovery, and recycling of the
    EPCRA Section 313 chemical; and
Q  Source reduction activities.

Section 1. EPCRA Section 313 Chemical
           Identity

1.1   CAS Number

Enter the Chemical Abstracts Service  (CAS) registry
number in Section 1.1 exactly as it appears in Table II of
these instructions for the chemical being reported.  CAS
numbers are cross-referenced with an alphabetical list of
chemical names in Table EL  If you are reporting one of
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical categories in Table II
(e.g.,  chromium compounds),  enter  the  applicable
category code in the CAS number space.  EPCRA Section
313 chemical category codes are listed below and can also
be found in Table II, c. Chemical Categories.

EPCRA Section 313 Chemical Category Codes

N010       Antimony compounds
N020       Arsenic compounds
N040       Barium compounds
N050       Beryllium compounds
N078       Cadmium compounds
N084       Chlorophenols
N090       Chromium compounds
N096       Cobalt compounds
N100       Copper compounds
N106       Cyanide compounds
N120       Diisocyanates
N171       Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid, salts and
            esters  (EBDCs)
N230       Certain glycol ethers
N420       Lead compounds
N450       Manganese compounds
N458       Mercury compounds
N495       Nickel compounds
N503       Nicotine and salts
N511       Nitrate compounds (water dissociable,
           reportable only in aqueous solution)
N575       Pplybrominated biphenyls (PBBs)
N583       Polychlorinated alkanes (CIO to C13)
N590       Polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs)
N725       Selenium compounds
N740       Silver compounds
N746       Strychnine and salts
N760       Thallium compounds
N874       Warfarin and Salts
N982       Zinc compounds

If you are making a trade secret claim, you must report
the CAS number or category code on your unsanitized
Form  R and unsanitized substantiation form. Do not
include the CAS number or  category code on your
sanitized Form R or sanitized substantiation form.
   Example 10: ^Mixture Containing Unidentified
           EPCRA Section 313 Chemical        :

 Your facility uses 20,000 pounds of a solvent that your
 supplier has toldyou contains 80 percenfchlorinated
 aromatic," their generic name for an EPCRA Section-
 313 chemical subject to reporting under Section 313.
 You, therefore, know  that you have used 16,000
 pounds of soine EPCRA Section 313 chemical and that
 exceeds the ''otherwise use" threshold. You would
 file  a  Form1 R and enter  the name "chlorinated
 .aromatic" in the space^provided in Part n, Section 2.
1.2  EPCRA Section 313 Chemical or Chemical
     Category Name

Enter the name of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical or
chemical category exactly as it appears in Table II. If the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical name is followed by a
synonym in parentheses, report the chemical by the name
that directly follows the CAS  number  (i.e., not the
synonym). If the EPCRA Section 313 chemical identity is
actually a product trade name  (e.g., dicofol), the 9th
Collective Index, name is listed below it in brackets. You
may report either name in this case.

Do not list the name of a  chemical that does not appear
in Table n, such as individual members of a reportable
EPCRA Section 313 chemical category.  For example, if
you use silver nitrate, do not report silver nitrate with its
CAS number.   Report  this   chemical  as "silver
compounds" with its category code, N740.
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If you are making a trade secret claim, you must report
the specific EPCRA Section 313 chemical identity on your
unsanitized Form R and unsanitized substantiation form.
Do n,ot report the name of the  EPCRA Section  313
chemical  on  your sanitized  Form R or  sanitized
substantiation form. Include a generic name in Part II,
Section 1.3 of your sanitized Form R report.

EPA requests that the EPCRA Section 313 chemical,
chemical category, or generic name also be placed in the
box  marked  "Toxic Chemical, Category,  or Generic
Name" in the upper right-hand corner on all pages of
Form R. While this space is not a required data element,
providing this information will help you in preparing a
complete Form R report

1.3  Generic Chemical Name

Complete Section 1.3 only if you are claiming the specific
EPCRA Section  313 chemical identify  of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical as a trade secret and have marked
the trade secret block in Part I, Section 2.1 on page 1 of
Form R.   Enter  a generic chemical  name  that is
descriptive of the chemical structure.  You must limit the
generic name to seventy characters (e.g., numbers, letters,
spaces, punctuation) or less. Do not enter mixture names
in Section 1.3; see Section 2 below.

In-house plant codes and other substitute names that are
not structurally descriptive of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical identity being withheld as a trade secret are not
acceptable as a generic name. The generic name must
appear on both sanitized and unsanitized Form Rs, and
the name must be the same  as that  used on your
substantiation forms.

Section 2.  Mixture Component Identity

Do not  complete this section if  you have completed
Section 1 Of Part II.  Report the generic name provided to
you by your supplier in this section  if your supplier is
claiming the chemical identity proprietary or trade secret.
Do not answer "yes" in Part I, Section 2.1 on page 1 of the
form if you complete this section. You do not need to
supply trade secret substantiation forms for this EPCRA
Section 313 chemical because it is your supplier who is
claiming the chemical identity a trade secret.

2.1  Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier

Enter the generic cHemical name in this section only if the
following three conditions apply:
1.  You determine that the mixture contains an EPCRA
    Section 313 chemical but the only identity you have
    for that chemical is a generic name;

2.  You know either the specific concentration of that
    EPCRA  Section 313 chemical  component or a
    maximum or average concentration level; and
3.  You multiply the concentration level by the total
    annual amount of the whole mixture processed or
    otherwise used and determine that you meet  the
    process or otherwise use threshold for that single,
    generically identified mixture component.

Section 3.  Activities and Uses of the EPCRA
            Section 313 Chemical at the
            Facility
                        ij                     . i
Indicate whether the EPCRA Section 313 chemical is
manufactured (including  imported), processed,  or
otherwise used at the facility and the general nature of
such activities and uses at the facility during the calendar
year (see figure 3).  You are  not required to report on
Form  R the  quantity  manufactured,  processed  or
otherwise used. Report activities that take place only at
your  facility, not activities  that take place at other
facilities involving your products. You must check all the
boxes in this section that apply. Refer to the definitions of
"manufacture," "process," and  "otherwise use" in  the
general information section of these instructions or Part
40, Section 372.3 of the Code of Federal Regulations  for
additional explanations.

3.1 Manufacture the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical

Persons who manufacture (including import) the EPCRA
Section 313  chemical must  check at  least  one of  the
following:

a.  Produce — The EPCRA Section 313 chemical is
    produced at the facility.

b.  Import  —  The EPCRA Section  313  chemical is
    imported by the facility into the Customs Territory
    of the United  States.  (See Section B.S.a of these
    instructions for further clarification of import.)

And check at least one of the following:

c.  For on-site use/processing — The EPCRA Section
    313 chemical is produced ot imported and then
    further  processed or otherwise used at the same
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    facility. If you check this block, you must also check
    at least one item in Part II, Section 3.2 or 3.3.

d.  For sale/distribution -  The EPCRA Section 313
    chemical is produced or imported specifically for
    sale  or  distribution  outside the manufacturing
    facility.

e.  As a byproduct - The EPCRA Section 313 chemical
    is produced coincidentally during the manufacture,
    processing, or otherwise use of another chemical
    substance or mixture and, following its production,
    is separated from that other chemical substance or
    mixture. EPCRA Section 313 chemicals produced as
    a result of waste management are also  considered
    byproducts.

f.   As an impurity - The EPCRA Section 313 chemical
    is produced  coincidentally as  a  result of the
    manufacture, processing,  or  otherwise  use of
    another chemical but is not separated and remains
    primarily in  the  mixture  or  other trade name
    product with that other chemical.

In summary, if you are a manufacturer of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical, you must check (a) and/or (b), and
at least one of (c), (d), (e), and (f) in Section 3.1.

3.2 Process  the  EPCRA  Section  313   Chemical
    (incorporative activities)

a.  As a reactant —  A natural or synthetic EPCRA
    Section 313 chemical is used in chemical reactions
    for the manufacture of another  chemical substance
    or of a product.  Includes but is not limited to,
    feedstocks,  raw  materials, intermediates,  and
    initiators.

b.  As a formulation component —  An EPCRA Section
    313  chemical is added to a product (or product
    mixture) prior to further distribution of the product
    that acts as a performance enhancer during use of
    the  product.  Examples of EPCRA Section 313
    chemicals used in this capacity include, but are not
    limited  to, additives,  dyes,  reaction  diluents,
    initiators,  solvents,   inhibitors,  emulsifiers,
    surfactants,  lubricants,  flame  retardants,  and
    rheological modifiers.

c.  As an article component — An EPCRA Section 313
    chemical becomes an integral component of an
    article distributed for industrial, trade, or consumer
    use. One example is the pigment components of
    paint applied to a chair that is sold.

d.  Repackaging — This consists of processing or
    preparation of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical (or
    product mixture) for distribution in commerce in a
    different form, state, or quantity. This includes, but
    is not limited to, the transfer of material from a bulk
    container, such as a tank truck to smaller containers
    such as cans or bottles.
         Example 11; Activities and Uses of
           EPCRA ฃectiqn 313 Chemicals,

 In the example below, it is assumed that the threshold
 quantities fot manufacture, process/or otherwise use
 (25,000 pounds, 25,000 pounds,' and 10,000 pounds,
 respectively) have been exceeded and the reporting of
 EPCRA Section 313 chemicals, is therefore required, r

 Your facility  manufactures diazorriethane.   Fifty
 percent is sold as a product The remaining 50 percent
 is reacted with  alpha-naphthylamine, forming N-
 methyl-alpha-naphthylamine  and> also  producing
 nitrogen gasi         -         *„-*',..
                         >.      '          -X
 Q   Your company manufactures diazomethane, ariA
      EPCRA  Section  313  chemical/ .both, fp*
      sale/distribution as a cdmmercial product and
      for on-site use/processing as a feedstock itvthe
      N-methyl-alpha-naphthyl-amine   production
      process. Because the diazomethane is a reactant,
  ;   it is also processed. See-Figure 3 for  how this
      information would be reported in Partn, Section,
      3 of Form R.           -   '         -    -
                                   i
                    < ^                 /  ~-      ~z
 Q  - Your facility also processes alpha-naphthylamine/
      as  a  reactant to  produce N-methyl-alpha?
      naphthylamine, a chemicalnotonihe SectionSIS
   '   list,                    -• ':*
3.3  Otherwise Use the EPCRA Section 313 Chemical
     (non-incorporative activities)

a.   As a. chemical processing aid — An EPCRA Section
     313 chemical that is added to a reaction mixture to
     aid in the manufacture or  synthesis of another
     chemical substance but is not intended to remain in
     or become part of the product or product mixture is
     otherwise used  as  chemical  processing  aid.
     Examples of such EPCRA Section 313 chemicals
     include, but are not limited to, process solvents,
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                                                   Figure 3
              SECTION 1. TOXIC CHEMICAL IDENTITY
                                                      (Important: DO NOT complete
                                                      this section if you complete Section 2 below.
             CAS Number (Important Enter only one number exactly as it appears on the Section 313 list. Enter category code if reporting a chemical category.'
       1.1
                     334-88-3
       1.2
             Trade Chemical or Chemical Category Name (Important Enter only one name exactly as it appears on the Section 313 Bst)
                     Diazomethane
       1.3
             Generic Chemical Name {Important: Complete only if Part 1, Section 2.1 is checked "Yes". Generic name must be structurally descriptive.)
              SECTION 2. MIXTURE COMPONENT IDENTITY
                                                      (Important: DO NOT complete this
                                                      section if you complete Section 1 above.)
             Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier (Important: Maximum of 70 characters, including numbers, letters, spaces, and punctuation.)
       2.1
           SECTION 3. ACTIVITIES AND USES OF THE TOXIC CHEMICAL AT THE FACILITY
                                        (Important: CHECK ALL THAT APPLY.)
       3.1
Manufacture the toxic chemical:
3.2
                               Process the toxic chemical:
3.3
                                                              Otherwise use the toxic chemical:
          SEf a. Produce     b. ฃ3  Import
             If produce or import:
          Ef c.    For on-site use/processing
          SJ d.    Forsate/dstribution
          I I  e.    As a byproduct
          I I  f.    Asanimpurity
                           (2f a.    Asareactant

                           I  I  b.    As a formulation component

                           |  |  c.    As an article component

                           I  I  d.    Repackaging
                                a. I  I  As a chemical processing aid
                                b. CHI  As a manufacturing aid
                                c. I  I  Ancillary or other use
catalysts, inhibitors, initiators, reaction terminators, and
solution buffers.

b.   As a manufacturing aid — An EPCRA Section 313
     chemical that aids the manufacturing process but
     does not become part of the resulting product and
     is not added to the reaction mixture during the
     rrtarlufacture  or  synthesis of  another  chemical
     substance is otherwise used as a manufacturing aid.
     Examples include, but  are not limited to, process
     Ipbricants,  metalworking   fluids,   coolants,
     refrigerants, and hydraulic fluids.

c.   Ancillary or other use  — An EPCRA Section 313
     chemical is used at a facility for purposes other than
     aiding chemical processing  or manufacturing as
     described above is otherwise used as ancillary or
     other use. Examples include, but are not limited to,
                                                cleaners,  degreasers,  lubricants,  fuels,   EPCRA
                                                Section 313 chemicals used for treating wastes, and
                                                EPCRA Section 313 chemicals used to treat water at
                                                the facility.

                                           Section 4.     Maximum    Amount    of the
                                                           EPCRA  Section  313  Chemical
                                                           On-site at Any Time During the
                                                           Calendar Year

                                           For data element 4.1 of Part II, insert the code (see codes
                                           below) that indicates the  maximum  quantity of the
                                           EPCRA  Section 313 chemical (e.g., in storage tanks,
                                           process vessels, on-site shipping containers, or in waste)
                                           at your facility at any time during the calendar year. If
                                           the EPCRA Section 313 chemical was present at several
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locations within your facility, use the maximum total
amount present at the entire facility at any one time.

              Weight Range in Pounds
Range Code
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
From...
0
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
1,000,000
10,000,000
50,000,000
100,000,000
500,000,000
1 billion
To....
99
999
9,999
99,999
999,999
9,999,999
49,999,999
99,999,999
499,999,999
999,999,999
more than 1 billion
If the EPCRA  Section 313 chemical present at your
facility was part of a mixture or other trade name
product, determine the maximum quantity of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical present at the facility by calculating
the weight percent of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
only.

Do not include the weight of the entire mixture or other
trade name product. This data may be found in the Tier
II form your facility may have prepared under Section
312 of EPCRA.  See Part 40, Section 372.30(b) of the Code
of Federal Regulations for further information on how to
calculate the weight of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
in the mixture or other trade name product. For EPCRA
Section 313 chemical categories (e.g., nickel compounds),
include all chemical compounds in the category when
calculating the maximum amount,  using the entire
 weight of each compound.
 Section 5.    Quantity of the EPCRA Section
               313 Chemical Entering Each
               Environmental Medium On-
               site

 In Section 5, you must account for the total aggregate on-
 site releases  of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical to the
 environment from your facility for the calendar year.

 Do not enter the values in Section 5 in gallons, tons,
 liters, or any measure other than pounds. You must also
 enter the values as whole numbers. Numbers following
 a decimal point are not acceptable.
On-site releases to the environment include emissions to
the air, discharges to surface waters, and releases to land
and underground injection wells. If you have no releases
to a particular media (e.g., stack air), you must check the
"NA" box or enter zero; do not leave any part of Section
5 blank.

You are not required  to count as a release, quantities of
an EPCRA Section 313 chemical that are lost due to
natural   weathering   or   corrosion,   normal/natural
degradation of a product, or normal migration  of an
EPCRA Section  313  chemical from  a  product.   For
example, amounts of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
that migrate from plastic products in storage do not have
to be counted in estimates of releases of that EPCRA
Section 313 chemical from the facility.

All releases of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical to the air
must be classified as either point or non-point emissions,
and included  in the total quantity reported for these
releases in Sections 5.1 and 5.2. Instructions for columns
A, B, and C follow the discussions of Sections 5.1 through
5.5.

5.1  Fugitive or Non-Point Air Emissions

Report the total of all releases of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical to the air that are not released through stacks,
vents, ducts, pipes, or any other confined air stream.
You must include (1) fugitive  equipment leaks from
valves, pump seals, flanges, compressors,  sampling
connections, open-ended lines, etc.; (2) evaporative losses
from surface impoundments and spills; (3) releases from
building ventilation systems; and (4) any other fugitive or
 non-point air emissions. Engineering estimates and mass
 balance calculations (using purchase records, inventories,
 engineering knowledge or process specifications of the
 quantity of the  EPCRA Section  313 chemical entering
 product,  hazardous waste manifests, or monitoring
 records) may be useful in estimating fugitive emissions.

 5.2  Stack or Point Air Emissions

 Report the total  of all releases of the EPCRA Section 313
 chemical to the  air that occur through stacks, confined
 vents, ducts, pipes, or other confined air streams.  You
 must include storage tank emissions. Air releases from
 air pollution control equipment would generally fall in
 this category. Monitoring data, engineering estimates,
 and mass balance calculations may help you to complete
 this section.
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 5.3  Discharges to Receiving Streams or Water
      Bodies

 In Section 5.3 you are to enter all the names of the
 streams or water bodies to which your facility directly
 discharges the EPCRA Section 313 chemical on which
 you are reporting.  A total of three spaces is provided on
 page 2 of Form R.  Enter the  name of each receiving
 stream or surface water body to which the  EPCRA
 Sectiop 313  chemical being   reported  is   directly
 discharged. Report the name of the receiving stream or
 water body as it appears on  the NPDES permit for the
 facility. If the stream is not covered by a permit, enter
 the name of the off-site stream or water body by which it
 is publicly known.  Do not list a series of streams through
 which the EPCRA Section 313 chemical flows. Be sure to
 include all the receiving streams or water bodies that
 receive, stormwatej- runoff from  your facility.  Do not
 enter names of streams to which off-site treatment plants
 discharge.  Enter "NA" in Section 5.3.1. if you do not
 discharge  the EPCRA Section 313 chemical to  surface
 water bodies.

 Enter the total annual amount of the EPCRA Section 313
 chemical released from all discharge points at the facility
 to each receiving stream or water body. Include process
 outfalls such as pipes and open trenches, releases from
 on-site   wastewater   treatment  systems,  and  the
 contribution from storm water runoff, if applicable (see
 instructions for column C below).  Do not include
 discharges  to a  POTW or other off-site wastewater
 treatment facilities in this section. These off-site transfers
 must be reported  in Part II,  Section  6 of  Form R.
 Wastewater analyses  and flowmeter data may provide
 the quantities you will need to complete this section.

 Discharges of listed acids (e.g., hydrogen fluoride, nitric
 acid, and phosphoric acid) may be reported as zero if the
 discharges have been neutralized to pH 6 or above. If
 wastewater containing a listed acid is discharged below
 pH 6, then  releases of the acid must be reported.  In this
 ease, pH measurements may be  used to estimate the
 amount of mineral acid released.

 5.4.1  Underground  Injection On-Site to Class I
       Wells

 Enter the  total  amount of the  EPCRA Section 313
 Chemical that  was  injected into  Class I wells  at the
 facility.  Chemical analyses, injection rate meters, and
 RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator Reports are good
sources  for obtaining  data  that will  be useful  in
completing this section. Check the Not Applicable "NA"
                ;;.... ,. •: :,   ||: • . :      .  ,:    . ,  , ~;,;i ,;..  ,
 box  in Section 5.4.1 if yp\i do npt inject the reported
 EPCRA Section 3,13 chemical into Class I underground
 wells.                   ,

 5.4.2   Underground Injection On-site to Class II-V
        Wells

 Enter the total  amount of the EPCRA Section  313
 chemical that was injected into wells at the facility other
 than Class I wells. Chemical analyses and injection rate
 meters are good sources for obtaining data that will be
 useful  in completing  this  section.   Check the  Not
 Applicable "NA" box in Section 5.4.2 if you do not inject
 the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical into Class II-V
 underground wells.
                         it           i             -'
 5.5  Disposal to Land On-site

 Five  predefined subcategories for reporting quantities
 released to land within the boundaries of the facility are
 provided.  Do not report land disposal at off-site
 locations in this  section.  Accident histories and spill
 records may be useful (e.g., release notification reports
 required  under Section 304 of  EPCRA  and accident
 histories required under Section 112(r)(7)(B)(ii) of the
 Clean Air Act).

 5.5.1A  RCRA Subtitle C landfills -Enter the total
 amount of the  EPCRA Section 313  chemical that was
 placed in RCRA Subtitle C landfills. Leaks from landfills
 need  not be reported as a release  because the amount of
 the EPCRA  Section 313  qhemical  has already been
 reported as a release.

 5.5.1B Other landfills — Enter the total amount of the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemica) that was placed in landfills
 other than RCRA Subtitle  C landfills.   Leaks  from
 landfills need not be reported as a release because  the
 amount of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical has already
 been reported as a release.

 5.5.2   Land  treatmenl/application  farming —  Land
 treatment is  a disposal method in  which a  waste
 containing an EPCRA Section 313 chemical is applied
 onto  or incorporated  into soil.   While this disposal
 method is considered a release to land, any volatilization
 of EPCRA Section 313 chemicals  into the air occurring
 during the disposal operation must be included in  the
 total fugitive air releases reported in Part II, Section 5.1 of
Form  R.

5.5.3 Surf ace impoundment — A surface impoundment
is  a  natural  topographic  depression,  man-made
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excavation, or diked area formed primarily of earthen
materials (although some may be lined with man-made
materials), that is designed to hold  an accumulation of
liquid  wastes  or  wastes  containing  free  liquids.
Examples of surface impoundments are holding, settling,
storage, and elevation pits; ponds, and lagoons. If the
pit, pond, or lagoon is intended for storage or holding
without discharge, it would be considered to be a surface
impoundment used as a final disposal method. A facility
should determine, to the best of its ability, the percentage
of a volatile chemical, e.g., benzene, that is in waste sent
to  a  surface  impoundment that  evaporates  in the
reporting year.   The  facility should  report this  as a
fugitive air emission in section 5.1.  The balance should
be reported in section 5.5.3.

Quantities of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical released to
surface impoundments that are used merely as part of a
wastewater treatment  process generally must not be
reported in this section. However, if the impoundment
accumulates sludges containing the EPCRA Section 313
chemical, you must include  an estimate in this section
unless the sludges are removed and otherwise disposed
(in which case they should  be  reported under the
appropriate section of the form). For the purposes of this
reporting, storage tanks are not considered to be a type
of disposal and are not to be reported in this section of
Form R.

5.5.4  Other  Disposal —Includes any amount  of an
EPCRA Section 313 chemical released to land that does
not fit the categories  of landfills, land  treatment,  or
surface  impoundment.   This  other disposal  would
 include  any  spills or  leaks  of EPCRA Section 313
 chemicals to land. For example, 2,000 pounds of benzene
 leaks from an underground pipeline into the land at a
 facility.  Because the pipe was only a few feet from the
 surface at the erupt point,  30 percent of the benzene
 evaporates into the air. The 600 pounds released to the
 air would be reported as a fugitive air release (Part II,
 Section 5.1) and the remaining 1,400 pounds would be
 reported as a release  to land, other disposal (Part II,
 Section 5.5.4).

 Column A: Total Release

 Only on-site releases of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
 to the environment for the calendar year are  to be
 reported in this section of  Form R.  The total on-site
 releases from your facility do not include transfers or
 shipments of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical from your
 facility for sale or distribution in commerce, or of wastes
 to  other  facilities for disposal,  treatment,  energy
recovery, or recycling (see Part II, Section  6 of these
Instructions). Both routine releases, such as fugitive air
emissions, and accidental or non-routine releases, such as
chemical spills, must be included in your estimate of the
quantity released.

Releases of Less Than 1,000 Pounds. For total annual
releases or off-site transfers of an EPCRA Section 313
chemical from the facility of less than 1,000 pounds, the
amount may be reported either as an estimate or by using
the range codes that have been developed. The reporting
range codes to be used are:
     Code
     A
     B
     C
Range (pounds)
1-10
11-499
500-999
Do not enter a range code and an estimate in the same
box in column A. Total annual on-site releases of an
EPCRA Section 313 chemical from the facility of less than
1 pound may be reported in one of several ways. You
should round the value to the nearest pound.   If the
estimate is greater than 0.5 pound, you should  either
enter the range code "A" for "1-10" or enter  "I"  in
column  A.   If  the  release is  equal to or  less than
0.5 pound,  you may round to zero and enter  "0"  in
column A.

Note that total annual releases of 0.5 pound or less from
the processing or otherwise use of an article maintain the
article status of that item.  Thus, if the only releases you
have are from processing an article, and such releases are
equal to or less than 0.5 pound per year, you are not
required to submit a report for that EPCRA Section 313
chemical. The 0.5-pound release determination does not
 apply to just a single article. It applies to the cumulative
 releases from the processing or otherwise use of the same
 type of  article (e.g., sheet metal or plastic  film) that
 occurs over the course of the calendar year.

 Zero Releases.  If you have no  releases of an EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical to a particular medium, report either
 NA, not applicable, or zero, as appropriate. Report NA
 only when there is no possibility a release could have
 occurred to a specific media.  If a release to a specific
 media could have occurred, but either did not occur or
 the annual aggregate release was equal to or less than 0.5
 pound, report zero. However, if you report zero releases,
 a basis of estimate must be provided in column B.

 For example, if nitric acid is involved in the facility's
 processing 'activities but the  facility neutralizes  the
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 wastes to a pH of 6 or above, then the facility reports a
 zero release for the EPCRA Section 313 chemical. If the
 facility has no underground injection well, "NA" would
 be written in Part I, Section 4.10 and checked in Part II,
 Section 5.4 .1 and 5,4.? of Form R.  Also, if the facility
 does not landfill the acidic waste, NA would be checked
 in Part II, Section 5.5.1.B of Form R.

 Releases of 1,000 Pounds or More. For releases to any
 medium that amount to  1,000 pounds  or more for the
 year, you must provide an estimate in pounds per year in
 column A. Any estimate provided in column A need not
 be reported to more than two significant figures.  This
 estimate should  be  in whole numbers.  Do  not use
 decimal points.

 Calculating On-Site Releases. To  provide the release
 Information required in column A in this section, you
 must use  the best  readily available data  (including
 relevant monitoring data and emissions measurements)
 collected  at  your facility to meet other regulatory
 requirements or as part of routine plant operations, to the
 extent you have such data for the EPCRA Section 313
 chemical.

 When  relevant  monitoring   data   or  emission
 measurements  are  not  readily available,  reasonable
 estimates of the amounts released must be made using
 published emission factors, material balance calculations,
 or engineering calculations. You may not use emission
 factors  or calculations  to estimate releases if  more
 accurate data are available.

 No  additional monitoring  or measurement of the
 quantities or concentrations of any EPCRA Section 313
 chemical  released into:  the environment,  or of the
 frequency of such releases, beyond that required under
 other provisions of law or regulation or as part of routine
 plant operations, is required for the purpose of
 completing Form R.

You must estimate, as accurately as possible, the quantity
 (in pounds) of the  EPCRA Section 313 chemical or
chemical category that is released annually to each
environmental  medium  on-site.    Include  only the
quantity of the EPCRA  Section 313 chemical in this
estimate. If the EPCRA Section 313 chemical present at
your facility was part of a mixture or other trade name
 product, calculate only the releases of the EPCRA Section
313 chemical, not the other components of the mixture or
other trade name product.  If you are only  able to
estimate the releases of the mixture or other trade name
product as a whole, you must^issume that the release of
 the EPCRA Section 313 chemical is proportional to its
 concentration in the  mixture or  other  trade  name
 product.  See Part 40, Section 372.30(b) of the Code of
 Federal Regulations for further information on how to
 calculate the concentration and weight of the EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical in the^ixture or other trade name
 product.
                .  ,    .   j,                   ,. ';.:;
 If you  are reporting an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
 category listed in Table II of these instructions rather
 than a specific EPCRA Section 313 chemical, you combine
 the release data for all chemicals in the EPCRA Section
 313  chemical category (e.g., all  glycol  ethers or all
 chlorophenols) and report the aggregate amount for that
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical in that category separately.
 For example, if your facility releases 3,000 pounds per
 year of  2-chlorophenol, 4,000 pounds per year of 3-
 chlorophenol, and  4,000  pounds  per  year  of  4-
 chlorophenol to air as fugitive emissions, you should
 report that your facility releases 11,000 pounds per year
 of chlorophenols  to air as  fugitive emissions in Part II,
 Section 5.1.
                         !|
 For aqueous ammonia solutions,  releases should be
 reported based  on 10% pf total  aqueous ammonia.
 Ammonia evaporating from aqueous ammonia solutions
 is considered to be anhydrous ammonia; therefore, 100%
 of the anhydrous ammonia should be reported if it is
 released to the environment.  For  dissociable nitrate
 compounds, release estimates should be based on the
 weight of the nitrate only.

 For  metal  category  compounds   (e.g.,  chromium
 compounds), report release of only the parent metal. For
 example, a user of various  inorganic chromium salts
 would report the total chromium released regardless of
 the chemical form (e.g., as  the original salts, chromium
 oxide) and exclude any contribution to mass made by
 other species in the molecule.

 Column B: Basis of Estimate

For each release estimate, you are required to indicate the
principal method used to determine the amount of
release  reported.   You will enter a letter code that
identifies the method that applies to the largest portion
of the total estimated  release quantity.

The codes are as follows;
                         i|
M — Estimate  is  based  on  monitoring  data  or
measurements for the EPCRA Section 313 chemical.
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C — Estimate is based on mass balance calculations, such
as calculation of the amount of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical  in  wastes entering  and  leaving  process
equipment.

E— Estimate is based on published emission factors,
such as those relating release quantity to through-put or
equipment type (e.g., air emission factors).

O— Estimate  is  based on other approaches  such  as
engineering calculations (e.g., estimating volatilization
using  published  mathematical  formulas)   or  best
engineering judgment. This would include applying an
estimated removal efficiency to a treatment, even if the
composition of the waste before treatment was  fully
identified through monitoring data.

For example,  if  40 percent of stack emissions of the
reported EPCRA Section 313  chemical  were derived
using monitoring data, 30 percent by mass balance, and
30 percent by emission factors, you would enter the code
letter "M" for  monitoring.

If the monitoring data, mass balance, or emission factor
used to estimate the release is not specific to the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical being reported, the form should
identify the estimate as based on engineering calculations
or best engineering judgment (O).

If a mass balance calculation yields the  flow  rate of a
waste, but the quantity of reported EPCRA Section 313
chemical in the waste is based on solubility data, report
"O" because "engineering calculations" were used as the
basis of estimate of the quantity of the EPCRA Section
313 chemical in the waste.

 If the  concentration of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
 in the waste was measured by monitoring equipment and
 the flow rate of the waste was determined  by mass
 balance,  then the primary basis  of the estimate is
 "monitoring"  (M).  Even  though  a  mass  balance
 calculation also contributed to the estimate, "monitoring"
 should be indicated because monitoring data were used
 to estimate the concentration of the waste.

 Mass balance (C) should only be indicated if it is directly
 used to calculate the mass (weight) of EPCRA Section 313
 chemical released. Monitoring data should be indicated
 as the basis of estimate only if the EPCRA Section  313
 chemical concentration is measured in the waste being
 released into  the environment.  Monitoring data should
 not be indicated, for example, if the monitoring data
relate to a concentration of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical in other process streams within the facility.

It  is  important  to  realize that the  accuracy  and
proficiency of release estimation will improve over time.
However,  submitters are not required to use  new
emission factors  or  estimation techniques to revise
previous Form R submissions.

Column C: Percent From Stormwater

This column' relates only to Section 5.3 — discharges to
receiving streams or water bodies. If your facility has
monitoring data on the amount of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical in Stormwater runoff (including unchanneled
runoff), you \ must include that quantity of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical in your water release in column A
and indicate the  percentage of the  total quantity (by
weight) of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical contributed
by Stormwater in column C (Section 5.3C).

If your facility has monitoring  data on the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical and an estimate of flow rate, you
must use these data to determine the percent Stormwater.

If you have monitored Stormwater but did not detect the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical, enter zero in column C. If
your facility' has no Stormwater monitoring data for the
chemical, enter not applicable, "NA," in this space on the
form.

If your facility does not have periodic measurements of
Stormwater releases of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical,
but has submitted chemical-specific  monitoring data in
permit applications, then these data must be used to
calculate  the percent contribution  from  Stormwater.
Rates of flow can be estimated by multiplying the annual
amount of rainfall by the land area of the facility and
then multiplying that figure by  the runoff coefficient.
The runoff coefficient represents the fraction of rainfall
 that  does  not seep into the ground but runs off as
 Stormwater, The runoff coefficient is directly related to
 how the land in the drainage area is used.  (See table
 below)
 Description of Land Area

 Business
      Downtown areas
      Neighborhood areas
 Industrial
      Light areas
      Heavy areas
Runoff Coefficient
0.70-0.95
0.50-0.70

0.50-0.80
0.60-0.90
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 Industrial
     Railroad yard areas       0.20-0.40
     Unimproved areas        0.10-0.30
 Streets
     Asphaltic                 0.70-0.95
     Concrete                 0.80-0.95
     Brick                    0.70-0.85
     Drives and walks         0.70-0.85
     Roofs                    0.75-0.95
 Lawns: Sandy Soil
     Flat, 2%                  0.05-0.10
     Average, 2-7%            0.10-0.15
     Steep, 7%                 0.15-0.20
 Lawns: Heavy Soil
     Flat, 2%                  0.13-0.17
     Average, 2-7%            0.18-0.22
     Steep, 7%                 0.25-0.35

 Choose the most appropriate runoff coefficient for your
 site or calculate a weighted-average coefficient, which
 takes into account different types of land use  at your
 facility:

 Weighted-average runoff coefficient =
     (Area 1 % of total)(Cl) + (Area 2 % of total)(C2) +
     (Area 3 % of total)(C3) + ... + (Area i % of total)(Ci)

     where  Ci =  runoff coefficient for a specific land
     use of Area i.

 Section  6.  Transfers of the EPCRA Section
             313 Chemical in Wastes to Off-
             Site Locations

 You must report in this section the total annual quantity
 of the fiPCRA Section 313 chemical in wastes sent to any
 off-site facility for the purposes of disposal, treatment,
 energy recovery, or recycling. Report the total amount of
 the EPCRA Section 313 chemical transferred off-site after
 any on-site  waste treatment,  recycling,  or removal is
 completed.  Report zero for transfers of listed mineral
 acids if they have been neutralized to a pH of 6 or above
 prior to discharge to a Publicly Owned Treatment Works
 (POTW).

 If you do not discharge  wastewater  containing the
 reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical to a POTW, enter
 not applicable, NA,  in the box for the POTW's name in
Section 6.1 .B._   If you do not ship or transfer wastes
containing the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical to
other c|ff-site locations, enter not applicable, NA, in the
box for the off-site location's EPA Identification Number
 in Section 6.2. ป
 Important: You must number the boxes for reporting the
 information for each POTW or other off-site location in
 Sections 6.1 and 6.2.  In the upper left hand corner of
 each box, the section number is either 6.1.B._. or 6.2._.

 If you report a transfer of the listed EPCRA Section 313
 chemical to one or more POTWs, number the boxes in
 Section 6.1.B as 6.1.B.1, 6.1.B.2, etc. If you transfer the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical to more than two POTWs,
 photocopy page 3 of Form R as many times as necessary
 and then number the boxes  consecutively for each
 POTW.   At the  bottom of Section  6 you  will  find
 instructions for indicating the  total number of page 3s
 that you are submitting as part of Form R, as well as
 indicating the sequence of  those pages. For example,
 your facility transfers the reported EPCRA Section 313
 chemical in wastewaters to three POTWs.  You would
 photocopy page 3 once, indicate  at the bottom of each
 page 3  that there are a total of two page 3s and then
 indicate the first and second page 3. The boxes for the
 two POTWs on the  first page 3 would be numbered
 6.1.B.1 and 6.1.B.2, while the box for third POTW on the
 second page 3 would be numbered 6.I.B.3.

 If you  report a transfer of the  EPCRA Section  313
 chemical to one or more other off-site locations, number
 the boxes in section 6.2 as 6.2.1, 6.2.2, etc. If you transfer
 the EPCRA Section 313 chemical to more than two other
 off-site locations, photocopy page 4 of Form R as many
 times  as necessary  and "then   number  the  boxes
 consecutively for each off-site location. At the bottom of
 page 4 you will find instructions for indicating the total
 number of page 4s that you are  submitting as part of
 Form R as well as indicating the sequence of those pages.
 For example, your facility transfers the reported EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical to three other off-site locations. You
 would photocopy page 4 once, indicate at the bottom of
 Section  6.2 on each page 4 that there are a total of two
 page 4s and then indicate the first and  second page 4.
 The boxes for the two off-site locations on the first page
 4 would be numbered 6.2.1 and 6.2.2, while the box for
 the third off-site location on the second page 4 would be
 numbered 6.2.3.

 6.1   Discharges to Publicly Owned Treatment Works
     (POTWs)

 In Section 6.1.A , estimate the quantity of the reported
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical transferred to all POTWs
 and the basis upon which the estimate was made.  In
Section  6.1.B., enter  the name and  address for each
POTW to which your facility  discharges wastewater
containing the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical.
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If  you do  not discharge wastewater containing the
reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical to a POTW, enter
not applicable, NA, in the box for the POTW's name in
Section 6.1'.B._.

6.1.A.1  Total Transfers

Enter the total  amount, in pounds, of the  reported
EPCRA Section  313 chemical that is contained in the
wastewaters transferred to all POTWs. Do not enter the
total poundage of the wastewaters. If the total amount
transferred is less than 1,000 pounds, you may report a
range by  entering the appropriate range code.  The
following reporting range codes are to be used:
Code
A
B
C
Reporting Range (in pounds')
1-10
11-499
500-999
 6.1.A.2 Basis of Estimate

 You must identify the basis for your estimate of the total
 quantity of the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical in
 the wastewater transferred to all POTWs.  Enter one of
 the following letter codes that applies to the method by
 which the largest percentage of the estimate was derived.

 M — Estimate  is  based  on  monitoring  data  or
 measurements for the EPCRA Section 313 chemical as
 transferred to an off-site facility.

 C — Estimate is based on mass balance calculations, such
 as calculation of the amount of the EPCRA Section 313
 chemical  in  streams entering  and leaving process
 equipment.

 E— Estimate is based on published emission factors,
 such as those relating release quantity to through-put or
 equipment type (e.g., air emission factors).

 O— Estimate is based on other approaches such as
 engineering calculations (e.g., estimating  volatilization
 using  published  mathematical  formulas)  or  best
 engineering judgment. This would include applying an
 estimated removal efficiency to a waste stream, even if
 the composition of the stream before treatment was fully
 identified through monitoring data.

 If you transfer an EPCRA Section 313 chemical to more
 than one POTW, you should report the basis of estimate
 that was used to determine the largest percentage of the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical that was transferred.

6.2  Transfers to Other Off-Site Locations

In Section 6.2 enter the  EPA Identification Number,
name,  and address  for each off-site location to which
your facility ships or transfers wastes containing the
reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical for the purposes
of disposal,  treatment, energy recovery, or recycling.
Also estimate the  quantity of  the  reported EPCRA
Section 313  chemical transferred and the basis upon
which  the estimate was made.  This would include any
residual chemicals in "empty" containers transferred off-
site. EPA expects that all containers (bags, totes, drums,
tank trucks, etc.) will have a small amount of residual
solids and/or liquids. Please see following summary of
residue quantities left in drums and tanks when emptied.

If appropriate, you must report multiple activities for
each off-site location. For example, if your facility sends
a reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical in waste to an
off-site location where some of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical is  to be recycled while the remainder of the
quantity transferred is to be treated, you  must report
both the waste treatment and recycle activities, along
with the quantity associated with each activity.

If your facility transfers a reported EPCRA Section 313
chemical to  an off-site location and that off-site location
performs more  than four activities  on that chemical,
provide the necessary information in Box 6.2.1 for the off-
site facility  and the first four activities.  Provide the
information on the remainder of the activities in Box 6.2.2
 and provide again the off-site facility identification and
 location information.

 If you do riot ship or transfer  wastes containing the
 reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical to other off-site
 locations, enter not applicable, NA, in the box for the off-
 site location's EPA Identification Number (defined in 40
 CFR 260.10 and therefore commonly referred to as the
 RCRA ID Number). This number may be  found on the
 Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest, which is required
 by RCRA regulations. If you ship or transfer wastes
 containing an EPCRA Section 313 chemical and the off-
 site locationidoes not have an EPA Identification Number
 (e.g.,  it does not accept RCRA hazardous wastes or the
 wastes in question are not classified as hazardous), enter
 NA in the box for the off-site location EPA Identification
 Number. If you ship or transfer the reported EPCRA
 Section 313 jchemical in wastes to another country, enter
  the Federal InformationProcessingStandards(FIPS) code
  for that country in the county field of the address for the
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                               .   .  Example 12: Stormwater Runoff

 Your facility is located in a semi-arid region of the United States that has an annual precipitation (including
 snowfall) of 12 inches of rain. (Snowfall should be converted to the equivalent inches of rain; assume one foot oJ
 snow is equivalent to one inch of rain.) The total area covered by your facility is 42 acres (about 170,000 square
 metS ฐr If|ซ?Sง s2Ha!S *!^ง: T**6 aJe,a,, ฐf,your facility is 50 percent unimproved area, 10 percent asphaltic
 streets, and 40 percent concrete pavement	  -        •-   •-.    .  '   .••••-••  ....-..--

 The total stormwater mnoff from your facility is therefore calculated as follows:
               Land Use
               Unimproved area
               Asphaltic streets
               Concrete pavement
% Total Area
     50
     10
     40
Runoff
Coefficient
    0.20
    0.85
    0.90
 Weighted-averagerunoff coefficient    - (50%) x (0.20) + (10%) x (0.85) + (40%) x (0.90) = 0.545

 (Rainfall) x (land area) x (conversion factor) x (runoff coefficient) = stormwater runoff
     (1 ft/year) x (1,829^20 ft2) x (7.48 gal/ft3) x (0.545) = 7,458,222 gallons/year
Total stormwater runoff = 7,458,222 gallons/year

Your Stonnwater monitoring data shows that the average concentration of zinc in the stormwater runoff from your
^^ty ^ฐm a kiodde containing a zinc compound is 1.4 milligrams per liter. The total amount of zinc discharged
to surface water through the plant wastewater discharge (non-stormwater) is 250 pounds per year. The total
amoujit of zinc discharged with stormwater is:

     (7,458,222 gallons stormwater)x(3.785 liters/ gallon) = 28,229,370 liters stormwater

     (28,229,370 liters stormwater)x(1.4 mg zinc/liter) x 10"3 g/mg x (1/454) Ib/g = 87 Ib zinc.
                                   , -  -.  ::;/;;, ,,  ;„. :                        ,  '-•   \ ,                ,  ,,  ป(
The total amount of ziric discharged from all sources of your facility is:

                             250 pounds zinc from wastewater discharged
                             +87 pounds zinc from stormwater runoff
                             337 pounds zinc total water discharged
Ifi? percentage of zinc discharge through stormwater reported in section 5.3 column C on Form is:
               ."".'  """"    .   ".        „•   '    '           "*.,,!  .T-'V>,l*lfc /. ,

                             87/337x100 = 26%
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Example 1$: Reporting Metals and Metal Category
        Compounds that are Sent Off-site

A facility  manufactures  a  product containing
elementallead. Various metal fabrication operations
for the process produce a wastewater stream that
contains some residual lead and off-specification lead
material.  The wastewater is  cpHected and sent
directly to a POTW. Periodic monitoring date show
that 500 pounds of lead were transferred to the POTW
in the reporting year. The off-specification products
(containing lead) are collected and sent off-site to a
landfill. Sampling analyses of the product combined
with  hazardous  waste  manifests  were used  to
determine that 1,200 pounds of lead in the off-spec
product were sent to the off-site landfill.

Therefore, the  facility should report 500 pounds m
Section 6.1,1200  pounds in Section  d.2 — M72 and
1,700 pounds in Section 8.1 - Quantity Released Off-
site.      ,'     " ,              •   *  ,

Note that for EPCRA Section 313 chemicals that are
notmetals or metal category compounds, the quantity
sent to,, POTWs  and to other off-site treatment
locations • should be  reported in  Section  8.7  —
Quantity Treated Off-site.   •	:	'
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Argentina
Belgium
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
Chile
Columbia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Ecuador
El Salvador
France
Guatemala
Honduras
Ireland
Italy
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Portugal
Spain
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Venezuela
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BE
BL
BR
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                     Summary of Residue Quantities From Pilot-Scale Experimental Studya/b
                                        (weight percent of drum capacity)
Unloading
Method
Pumping
Pumping
Pouring
Pouring
Gravity
Drain
Gravity
Drain
Gravity
Drain
Vessel Type
Steel drum
Plastic drum
Bung-top
steel drum
Open-top
steel drum
Slope-bottom
steel tank
Dish-bottom
steel tank
Dish-bottom
glass-lined
tank
Value
Range
Mean
Range
Mean
Range
Mean
Range
Mean
Range
Mean
Range
Mean
Range
Mean
' Material' ':. • ' ,: : t •• i ' .'/."'' "'.'•. " ' '• r:':"V;:
Kerosene0
1.93-3.08
2.48
1.69-4.08
2.61
0.244 - 0.472
0.404
0.032-0.080
0.054
0.020 - 0.039
0.033
0.031 - 0.042
0.038
0.024 - 0.049
0.040
Water*
1.84 - 2.61
2.29
2.54 - 4.67
3.28
0.266 - 0.458
0.403
0.026 - 0.039
0.034
0.016 - 0.024
0.019
0.033 - 0.034
0.034
0.020-0.040
0.033
Motor Oil*
1.97-2.23
2.06
1.70 - 3.48
2.30
0.677-0.787
0.737
0.328 - 0.368
0.350
0.100 - 0.121
0.111
0.133 - 0.191
0.161
0.112 - 0.134
0.127
Surfactant
Solution*
3.06
3.06
Not
Available
0.485
0.485
0.089
0.089
0.048
0.048
0.058
0.058
0.040
0.040
 ''From "Releases During Cleaning of Equipment." Prepared by PEI Associates, Inc., for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
 Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances, Washington DC, Contract No. 68-02-4248. June 30,1986.
 "The values listed in this table should only be applied to similar vessel types, unloading methods, and bulk fluid materials. At
 viscosities greater than 200 centipoise, the residue quantities can rise dramatically and the information on this table is not
 applicable.
 Tor kerosene, viscosity = 5 centipoise, surface tension = 29.3 dynes/cm2
 '"For water, viscosity ป 4 centipoise, surface tension = 77.3 dynes/cm2
 "For motor oil, viscosity — 94 centipoise, surface tension = 34.5 dynes/cm2
 *For surfactanct solution, viscosity = 3 centipoise, surface tension = 31.4 dynes/cm2
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                                   Example 14:  Container Residue

 You have determined that a Form R for an EPCRA Section 313 chemical must be submitted. The facility purchases
 and uses one thousand 55-galIon steel drums that contain a 10% solution of the chemical. Further, it is assumed
 that the physical properties of the solution are similar to water. The solution is pumped from the drums directly
 into a mixing vessel and the "empty" drums are .triple-rinsed with water" Trie rinse water is indirectly discharged
 jto a POTW and the cleaned drums are sent to a drum reclaimer.^ "•        ,;",,,,

 In this example,, it can be assumed that all of the residual solution in the drums was transferred to theVinse water.
 Therefore, the quantity transferred to the drum'reclaimer, should be reported as "zero." The "annual quantity of
 residual solution that fe transferred to the rinse wafer can be estimated by multiplying the mean weight percent of
 residual solution remaining in water from pumping a steel drain by the total annual weight of solution m the drum
 (density of solution multiplied by drum-volume). If the density is not'known, it may be appropriate to use the
 density of water (8.34 pounds pef gallon):     :                            >&,,  -
                                              •^      ?   "*
   •   (2.29%) x (8.34 pounds/gallon) x (55 gallons/drum) x (1,000 drums)              ,    *-•    '
      = 10,504 pounds solution  "                    '  '*  "1    "  , -"-',"     '     -        ;
                      i                ^           *     i*     > i
 The concentration of the EPCRA Section '313 chemical in the solution isj only 10 percent.    -

      (10,504 pounds solution) x (10%) = 1,050 pounds'  ,_         "
                    ,".'-'      •  "      ~         ,.''•*.      '    ซ     . '   s  \
 Therefore, 1,050 pounds of the chemical are transferred to the POTW.	; "   • "'"'   "	f   "	
off-site facility. Enter the complete address of the non-
U.S. facility in the off-site address fields, the city in the
city field, and enter the foreign country  code in the
county field.  The most commonly used FIPS codes are
listed below.  To obtain a FIPS code for a country not
listed here, contact the EPCRA Hotline.

6.2  Column A: Total Transfers

For each off-site location,  enter the total amount, in
pounds,  of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical that is
contained in the waste transferred to that location. Do
not enter the total poundage of the waste. If the  total
amount transferred is less than 1,000 pounds, you may
report a range by entering  the appropriate range code.
The following reporting range codes are to be used:
Code
A
B
C
Reporting Range (in pounds)
       1-10
       11-499
       500-999
If you transfer the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in wastes
to an off-site facility for distinct and multiple purposes,
you must report those activities for each off-site location,
along with the quantity of the reported EPCRA Section
313 chemical associated with each activity. For example,
your facility transfers a total of 15,000 pounds of toluene
to an off-site location that will use 5,000 pounds for the
purposes of energy recovery, enter 7,500 pounds into a
recovery process, and dispose  of the remaining 2,500
pounds.  These quantities and the associated activity
codes must be reported separately in Section 6.2. (See
Figure 4 for a hypothetical Section 6.2 completed for two
off-site location,  one of which  receives the transfer  of
15,000 pounds of toluene as  detailed.) If you need  to
report more than  four off-site transfers (involving
different waste management) to one location, continue
reporting of these transfers by listing the same location in
the next off-site location section.

Do not double or multiple count amounts transferred off-
site.  For example, when a reported EPCRA Section 313
chemical is sent  to an off-site facility  for sequential
activities and the specific quantities associated with each
activity are unknown, report only a single quantity (the
total quantity transferred to that off-site location) along
with a single activity code,  hi such a case, report the
activity applied to the majority of the reported EPCRA
Section 313 chemical  sent off-site, not the ultimate
disposition of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical. For
example, when an EPCRA Section 313 chemical is first
recovered and then treated  with  the majority of the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical being recovered and only a
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                                                 Figure 4
SECTION 6.2 TRANSFERS TO OTHER OFF-SITE LOCATION
ฃ ^ t Ofi-Sfte ERA Identification Nunber (RCRA No.)

Off-Site Location Name

StrejrtAdoVecs ^
"


State
CO



COLtobbib
/aste Services
2461

> Market Street
eville
Zip Code

A. Total Transfers (pouodsyyear)
(enter range code or estimate)
1. 5,000
2. 7,500
3. 2,500
4. NA


SftA/CI Is location under cc
OUHO1 facility or parent coi
B. Basis of Estimate
(enter code)
1.O
2.C
3.0
4.
County
TTM11
Illll
mtrolof reporting ,-j Yes m No
C. Type of Waste Treatment/Disposal/
Recycling/Energy Recovery (enter code)
1. M56
2. M20
3. M72
4. M
                       Hypothetical Secton 6.2 Completed for Two Off-Site Locations
jj'1 ,     i||i,,, ,| ,  '         |       : i   •.'    : :   .,.                   ,   M   •  "',  , |	 ',;'   ' '  I . "        '             ' '" '"'

 This off-site location receives a transfer of 15,000 pounds of toluene and will combust 5,000 pounds for the purposes
 of energy recovery, enter 7,500 pounds into a recovery process, and dispose of the remaining 2,500 pounds.
SECTION 6.2 TRANSFERS TO OTHER OFF-SITE LOCATION
ฃj ^ OfrSHa EPA Mortification Number (RCRA No.) |

Off-Site Location Name

StraetAddress

. Dilmfr

State | ^
— I CO



COJL>Ib//2b
ition, Inc.
432

15 Facility Road
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Zip Code

A. Total Transfers (poundsyyear)
(enter range code or estimate)
1. 12400
2. NA
3.
4.
i

QA^AA Is location under cont
5UDUU facility or parent comt
B. Basis of Estimate
(enter code)
l. O
2.
3.
4.
County
Burns
rol of reporting j— j Yeg rjri |vjo
>any
C. Type of Waste Treatment/Disposal/
Recycling/Energy Recovery (enter code)
1. M54
2. M
3. M
4. M
This off-site location receives a transfer of 12,500 pounds of tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene) that is part of a
waste that is combusted for the purposesof energy recovery in an industrial furnace. Note that the perchloroethylene
Is reported using code M54 to indicate that it is combusted in an energy recovery unit but it does not contribute to
the heating value of the waste.
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fraction subsequently treated, report the  appropriate
recycling activity along with the quantity.

6.2 Column B: Basis of Estimate

You must identify the basis for your estimates of the
quantities of the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical in
waste transferred to each off-site location. Enter one of
the following letter codes that applies to the method by
which the largest percentage of the estimate was derived.

M—Estimate   is  based   on  monitoring  data   or
    measurements for the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
    as .transferred to an off-site facility.

C — Estimate is based on mass balance calculations, such
    as calculation of the amount of the EPCRA Section
    313 chemical in  streams entering and  leaving
    process equipment.

E— Estimate is based on published emission factors,
    such as those relating release quantity to throughput
    or equipment type (e.g., air emission factors).   f

O— Estimate is  based  on other approaches such  as
    engineering  calculations   (e.g.,  estimating
    volatilization  using  published  mathematical
    formulas)  or best engineering judgment.   This
    would  include  applying  an estimated removal
    efficiency to a waste stream, even if the composition
    of the stream before treatment was fully identified
    through monitoring data.

6.2 Column C: Type of Waste Management: Disposal/
    Treatment/Energy Recovery/Recycling

Enter one of the following M codes to identify the type of
disposal,  treatment,  energy  recovery,  or recycling
methods used by the off-site location for the reported
EPCRA Section 313 chemical.  You must use more than
one line and code for a single location when distinct
quantities of the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical
are subject to different waste  management activities,
including disposal,  treatment, energy  recovery,  or
recycling. You should use the code that, to the best of
your  knowledge, represents the ultimate disposition of
the chemical.

If the EPCRA Section 313 chemical is sent off-site  for
further direct reuse (e.g., an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
in used solvent that will be used as lubricant at another
facility) and does not undergo a waste management
activity (i.e., release [including disposal],  treatment,
energy recovery, or recycling [recovery]) prior to that
reuse, it need not be reported in section 6.2 or section 8.

 Incineration vs. Energy Recovery

You must distinguish between incineration, which is
waste treatment, and legitimate energy recovery. For
you to claim that a reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical
sent off-site is used for the purposes of energy recovery
and not for waste treatment, the EPCRA Section 313
chemical must have a significant heating value and must
be combusted in an energy recovery unit such  as an
industrial boiler, furnace, or kiln.  In  a situation where
the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical is in a waste
that is combusted in an energy recovery unit, but the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical does not have a significant
heating value, e.g., CFCs, use code M54, Incineration/
Insignificant Fuel Value, to indicate that the EPCRA
Section 313 , chemical was incinerated  in  an energy
recovery unit but did not contribute to the heating value
of the waste.

Metals and  Metal Category Compounds

Metals and metal category compounds will be managed
in waste either by being released (including disposed) or
by being recycled. Remember that the release and other
waste management information that you report for metal
category compounds will be the total amount of the
parent metal released or recycled and NOT the whole
metal category compound. The metal has no heat value
and thus cannot be combusted for energy recovery and
cannot be trqated because it cannot be destroyed.  Thus,
transfers of metals and metal category compounds for
further waste management should be reported as  either
a transfer fo!r recycling or a transfer  for disposal. The
applicable  waste management codes for transfers of
metals and metal category compounds for recycling are
M24, metals recovery, M93, waste broker — recycling, or
M26,  other  reuse/recovery.   Applicable codes  for
 transfers for disposal include M10, M41, M62, M71, M72,
M73, M79, M90, M94, and M99. These codes are for off-
site transfers for further waste management in which the
 wastestream may be treated but the metal contained in
 the wastestream is not treated and is ultimately released.
 For example, M41  would  be used for a metal or  metal
 category compound that is stabilized in preparation for
 disposal.    ;
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                Example 15: Calculating Releases and Other Waste Management Quantities

  Your facility disposes of 14,000 pounds of lead chromate (PbCrO .PbO) in an on-site landfill and transfers 16,000
  pounds of lead selenite (PbSeO) to an off-site land disposal faculty. You would therefore be submitting three
  separate reports on the following: lead compounds, selenium compounds, and chromium compounds. However,
  the quantities you would be reporting would be the pounds of "parent" metal being released on-site or transferred
  off-site for further waste management. AH quantities are based on mass balance calculations (See Sections, Column
  B for information on Basis of Estimate and Section 6.2, Column C for waste management codes and information
  on transfers of EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in wastes).  You would calculate releases of lead, chromium, and
  selenium by first determining the percentage by weight of these metals in the materials you use as follows:
  LeadChromate (PbCrCKPbO)
         tead (2 Pb atorns)
         Chrornium (1 Cr atom)

         Lead chromate is therefore (% by weight)
                     Molecular weight  =  546.37
                     Atomic weight    =  207.2 x 2;= 414.4
                     Atomic weight
                                                                             51.996
  Lead Selenite (PbSeO4)
         Lead (1 Pb atom)
         Selenium (1 Se atom)
(414.4/546.37) = 75.85% lead and
(51.996/546.37) = 9.52% chromium

                     Molecular weight
                     Atomic weight
                     Atomic weight
                                                                            =   350.17
                                                                            -   207.2 \
                                                                            =   78.96
         Lead selenite is therefore (% by weight)
                                   .  (207.2/350.17)  = 59.17% lead and
                                     (78:96/350.17)  = 22.55% selenium.
                                 ,..-,.   • ; ' '•	.'                         '          ,.     •?
 The total pounds of lead, chromium, and selenium disposed on or off-site from your facility are as follows: *'
      ,	  ; •    .    "',:;:, • ;,;•;::    .           ' '     '         "'      ,      ,           (            ,, & •  • . -  '
 Lead'
  Disposal on-site:
  Transfer off-site for disposal:

  Chromium

  Disposal on-site:

  Selenium

  Transfer off-site for disposal:
                                    0.7585 x 14,000 <= 10,619 pounds from lead chromate
                                    0.5917 x 16,000 = 9,467 pounds from lead selenite
                                    0.0952 x 14,000 = 1,333 pounds from lead chromate
                                    0.2255 x 16,000 = 3,608 pounds from lead selenite
Applicable codes for Part n, Section 6.2, column C are:

Disposal
M10   Storage Only
M41   SoMification/Stabilization — Metals and Metal
       Category Compounds only
                                                   M62   Wastewater Treatment (Excluding POTW) —
                                                          Metals and Metal Category Compounds only
                                                   M71   Underground Injection
                                                   M72   Landfill/ Disposal Surface Impoundment
                                                   M73   Land Treatment
                                                   M79   Other Land Disposal
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M90   Other Off-Site Management
M94   Transfer to Waste Broker — Disposal
M99   Unknown

Treatment
M40   Solidification/Stabilization
M50   Incineration/Thermal Treatment
M54   Incineration/Insignificant Fuel Value
M61   Wastewater Treatment (Excluding POTW)
M69   Other Waste Treatment
M95   Transfer to Waste Broker — Waste Treatment

Energy Recovery
M56   Energy Recovery
M92   Transfer to Waste Broker — Energy Recovery

Recycling
M20   Solvents/Organics Recovery
M24   Metals Recovery
M26   Other Reuse or Recovery
M28   Acid Regeneration
M93   Transfer to Waste Broker — Recycling

Section 7.   On-Site Waste Treatment, Energy
             Recovery, and Recycling Methods

You must report in  this section the methods of waste
treatment, energy recovery, and recycling applied to the
reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical in wastes on-site.
There are three  separate sections for reporting such
activities.

Section 7A   On-Site Waste Treatment Methods and
             Efficiency

Most of the chemical-specific information required by
EPCRA Section 313 that is reported on Form R is specific
to the EPCRA Section 313 chemical rather than the waste
stream containing the  EPCRA Section 313 chemical.
However, EPCRA Section 313 does require that waste
treatment methods applied on-site to waste streams that
contain the EPCRA  Section 313  chemical be reported.
This information is collected in Section 7A of Form R.

In  Section  7A,  you  must  provide  the  following
information if you treat the reported EPCRA Section 313
chemical on-site:

(a)   The general waste stream types  containing the
     EPCRA Section 313 chemical being reported;
(b)  The waste treatment method(s) or sequence used on
    all waste streams containing the EPCRA Section 313
    chemical;
(c)  The range of concentration of the EPCRA Section
    313 chemicals in the influent to the waste treatment
    method;
(d)  The efficiency of each waste treatment method or
    waste treatmentsequence in destroyingor removing
    the EPCRA Section 313 chemical; and
(e)  Whether the waste treatment efficiency figure was
    based on actual operating data.

Use a separate line in Section 7A for each general waste
stream type. Report only information about treatment of
waste streams at your facility, not information about off-
site waste treatment.

If you do not perform on-site treatment of waste streams
containing the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical,
check the Not Applicable (NA) box at the top of Section
7A.         '

7A  Column A: General Waste Stream

For each waste treatment method,  indicate the type of
waste stream containing the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
that is treated.  Enter the letter code that corresponds to
the general waste stream type:

A  Gaseous (gases, vapors, airborne particulates)
W  Wastewater (aqueous waste)
L   Liquid waste streams (non-aqueous waste)
S   Solid waste streams (including sludges and slurries)

If a waste is a mixture of water and organic liquid and
the organic content is less than 50 percent, report it as a
wastewater (W). Slurries and sludges containing water
must be  reported  as solid  waste if they  contain
appreciable  amounts of dissolved solids, or solids that
may settle, such that the viscosity or density of the waste
is considerably different from that of process wastewater.

7A Column B: Waste Treatment Method(s)
    Sequence

Enter the appropriate waste treatment code from the list
below for each on-site waste treatment method used on
a waste  stream containing  the EPCRA Section 313
chemical,  regardless  of whether  the waste treatment
method actually removes the specific EPCRA Section 313
chemical being reported. Waste treatment methods must
be reported for each type of waste stream being treated
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i	,
  (i.e., gaseous waste streams, aqueous waste streams,
  liquid non-aqueous waste streams, and solids).  Except
  For the air emission treatment codes, the waste treatment
  codes are not restricted to any medium.

  Waste streams  containing  the  EPCRA Section  313
  chemical may have a single source or may be aggregates
  of many sources.  For example, process water from
  gever^I  pieces of equipment at  your facility  may be
  Combined prior to waste  treatment.   Report  waste
  treatment methods that apply to the aggregate waste
  stream; as well as waste treatment methods that apply to
  mdividual waste streams. If your facility treats various
  wastewater streams containing the EPCRA Section 313
  chemical in different ways, the different waste treatment
  methods must be listed separately.

  If your  facility  has  several pieces  of equipment
  performing  a  similar  service in a  waste treatment
  sequence, you  may  combine  the reporting for such
  equipment.  It is not necessary to enter four codes to
  cover four scrubber units, for example,  if all four are
  treating waste streams of similar character (e.g., sulf uric
  acid  mist  emissions),  have  similar  influent
  concentrations, and have similar removal efficiencies. If,
:'• j"     * Si   '  !l ''• - ' i	i	-  win   •- ,     K   -1;  ••       • '
  however, any of these parameters differs from one unit
  to the next, each scrubber must be listed separately.
i	t     ป.:';          ' ji. 'i   i .:!ii: i.         , '    . r     J   ,

  If your Facility performs more than eight sequential waste
  treatir^gpt rhe&ods on a single general waste stream,
  continue listing the  methods in the next row and
  renumber appropriately those waste treatment method
  code b_oxes you used to continue the sequence.   For
  example, if the general waste stream in box 7A.la had
  nine treatment methods applied to it, the ninth method
  would He indicated in the first  method box for row
 7A.2a. The numeral "1" would be crossed out, and a "9"
  would be inserted.

 Treatment applied  to  any other general waste stream
  types would then be listed in the next empty row. In the
 scenario above, for instance, the second general waste
 stream would be reported in row 7A.3a. See Figure 5 for
 an exapnple of a hypothetical Section 7A completed for a
 nine-step waste treatment process and a single waste
  treatment method.
j':P     "i ;,, j: ; '    ,     "    JiiiJ              '.        i,  ,
 ;,,,„!,,     ', ' 1 i         i   -I*!!               :          "
 If you need additional space to report under Section 7A,
 jphotocopy page 4 of Form R as many times as necessary.
 At the bottom  of page 4 you will find instructions for
 Indicating the  total number of page 4s that you  are
submitting as part of Form R, as well as instructions for
indicating the sequence of those pages.

Waste Treatment Codes
                         ,i
Air Emissions Treatment (applicable to gaseous
waste streams only)

A01   Flare
A02   Condenser
A03   Scrubber
A04   Absorber
A05   Electrostatic Precipitator
A06   Mechanical Separation
A07  . Other Air Emission Treatment

Biological Treatment

Bll    Aerobic
B21    Anaerobic
B31    Facultative
B99    Other Biological Treatment

Chemical Treatment
       ,  '' Ji , '' ป'! '  ,'  , i I, , I „	   .:',,''      ,    ' r!.1 il 'I	
C01    Chemical Precipitation  — Lime or Sodium
       Hydroxide
C02    Chemical precipitation  - Sulficle
C09    Chemical Precipitation  — Other
Cll    Neutralization
C21    Chromium Reduction
C31    Complexed Metals Treatment (other than pH
       adjustment)
C41    Cyanide Oxidation — Alkaline Chlorination
C42    Cyanide Oxidation — Electrochemical
C43    Cyanide Oxidation '— Other
C44    General Oxidation (including Disinfection) —
       Chlorination
C45    General Oxidation (including Disinfection) —
       Ozonation
C46    General Oxidation (including Disinfection) —
       Other
C99    Other Chemical treatment

Incineration/Thermal Treatment
                                                            F01
                                                            Fll
                                                            F19
                                                            F31
                                                            F41
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       Rotary Kiln with Liquid Injection Unit
       Other Rotary Kiln
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F42    Multiple Hearth
F51    Fluidized Bed
F61    Infra-Red
F71    Fume/Vapor
F81    Pyrolytic Destructor
F82    Wet Air Oxidation
F83    Thermal Drying/Dewatering
F99    Other Incineration/Thermal Treatment

Physical Treatment

P01    Equalization
P09    Other Blending
Pll    Settling/Clarification
P12    Filtration
P13    Sludge Dewatering (non-thermal)
P14    Air Flotation
P15    Oil Skimming
P16    Emulsion Breaking — Thermal
P17    Emulsion Breaking — Chemical
P18    Emulsion Breaking — Other
P19    Other Liquid Phase Separation
P21    Adsorption — Carbon
P22    Adsorption — Ion Exchange (other than for
       recovery/reuse)
P23    Adsorption — Resin
P29    Adsorption — Other
P31    Reverse Osmosis (other than for
       recovery/ reuse)
P41    Stripping — Air
P42    Stripping — Steam
P49    Stripping — Other
P51    Acid Leaching (other than for recovery/reuse)
P61    Solvent Extraction (other than recovery/reuse) ,
P99     Other Physical Treatment

Solidification/Stabilization

G01    Cement Processes (including silicates)
G09    Other Pozzolonic Processes (including silicates)
Gil    Asphaltic Processes
G21    Thermoplastic Techniques
G99    Other Solidification Processes

7A  Column C: Range of Influent Concentration

The  form  requires an indication of the range  of
concentration of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in the
waste stream (i.e., the influent) as it typically enters the
waste treatment step or sequence.  The concentration is
based on the amount or mass of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical in the waste stream as compared to the total
amount or mass of the waste stream. Enter m the space
provided   one  of  the  following   code  numbers
corresponding to the concentration of the EPCRA Section
313 chemical in the influent:

1 = Greater trjan 10,000 parts per million (1 percent)
2 = 100 parts per million (0.01 percent)  to 10,000 parts
per million (1 percent)
3 = 1 part per million (0.0001 percent) to 100 parts per
million (0.01 percent)
4 = 1 part per billion to 1 part per million
5 = Less than 1 part per billion

Note: Parts per million (ppm) is:

 •  milligrams/kilogram (mass/mass) for solids and
    liquids;
 •  cubic centimeters/cubic meter (volume/volume)
    for gases;
 •  milligrams/ liter for solutions or dispersions of the
    chemical in water; and
 •  milligrams of chemical/kilogram of air for
    particulates in air.

If you  have particulate concentrations (at standard
temperature and pressure) as grains/cubic foot of air,
multiply by 1766.6 to convert to parts  per million; if in
milligrams/cubic meter, multiply by 0.773 to obtain parts
per million. These conversion factors  are for standard
conditions of  0ฐ C (32ฐ F) and 760 mm Hg atmospheric
pressure.

7A  Column D: Waste Treatment Efficiency Estimate

In the space provided, enter the number indicating the
percentage of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical removed
from the waste stream through destruction, biological
degradation, chemical conversion, or physical removal.
The waste treatment efficiency  (expressed as percent
removal) represents the percentage of the EPCRA Section
313 chemical destroyed or removed (based on amount or
mass), not merely changes in volume or concentration of
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in the waste stream.
The efficiency, which can reflect the overall removal from
sequential treatment methods applied  to the general
waste stream, refers only  to the percent destruction,
degradation, conversion, or removal of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical from the waste stream, not the
percent conversion or removal of other constituents in
the waste stream. The efficiency also does not refer to the
general efficiency of the treatment method for any waste
stream.  For some waste treatment methods, the percent
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removal will represent removal by several mechanisms,
as in att aeration basin, where an EPCRA Section 313
chemical may evaporate, biodegrade, or be  physically
removgd from the sludge.

Percent removal can be calculated as follows:
                     xlOO
                 I
where:
     I ป amount of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in
the influent waste stream (entering the waste treatment
step or sequence) and
     E m amount of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical in
in ;!!i.,     !!,!" IP! :  '  . I,   •'"•• ''ii'llli1 !!   i, ..IIIIIR!  "i    •    ' '    " i1
the effluent waste stream (exiting the waste treatment
step or sequence).

Cakulat^ the amount of tlie EPCRA Section 313 chemical
in  the  influent  waste  stream  by  multiplying  the
concentration (by weight) of the EPCRA Section  313
Chemical in the  waste stream by the total amount or
weight of the waste stream.  In most cases, the percent
removal compares the treated effluent to the influent for
the particular type of waste stream. For solidification of
wastewater, the waste  treatment efficiency  can  be.
"reported as 100 percent if no volatile EPCRA Section 313
chemicals were removed with the water or evaporated
into the air.   Percent  removal  does not apply to
incineration  because the  waste  stream,   such  as
wastewater or liquids, may  not exist in a comparable
form after  waste  treatment  and the  purpose  of
      IP jl.j : j^      ....... Ji' I]'  „ ,l'l]' "'if  I    ' T   :    I  *•   A
incineration as  a waste treatment is to destroy  the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical by converting it to carbon
j|ioxidg and water or other byproducts.  In cases where
the EPCRA Section  313 chemical  is incinerated,  the
percent efficiency must be based on the amount of the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical destroyed or combusted,
except for metals or metal category compounds. In the
cases in which a metal or metal category compound is
incinerated, the efficiency is always zero for the parent
metal.

Similarly, an efficiency of zero must be reported for any
waste freatment  metliod(s) (e.g., evaporation) that does
npt destroy, chemically convert or physically remove the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical  from the waste stream.

For metal category compounds, the calculation of the
reportable concentration  and  waste treatment efficiency
must be based on the weight of the parent metal, not on
the weight of the metal compound.  Metals are  not
destroyed,  only  physically  removed or  chemically
converted from  one form into another.   The waste
treatment efficiency reported must represent only
physical  removal of the parent metal from the waste
stream (except for incineration), not the percent chemical
conversion of: the metal compound. If a listed waste
treatment method converts but does not remove a metal
(e.g., chromium reduction), the method must be reported
with a waste treatment efficiency of zero.

EPCRA Section 313 chemicals that  are strong mineral
acids neutralized to a pH of 6 or above are  considered
treated at a lOO percent efficiency.

All data readily available at your facility must be used to
calculate waste treatment efficiency and influent EPCRA
Section 313 chemical concentration.  If data are lacking,
estimates must be made using best engineering judgment
or other methods.

7A Column E: Based on Operating Data?

This column requires you to indicate "Yes"  or "No" to
whether the waste treatment efficiency estimate is based
oh actual operating data. For example, you would check
"Yes" if the estimate is based on monitoring of influent
and effluent wastes under typical operating conditions.

If the efficiency estimate is based on published data for
similar processes or on equipment supplier's literature,
or if you otherwise estimated either the influent or
effluent waste comparison or the flow rate, check "No."

Section 7B   On-Site Energy Recovery Processes

In Section 7B, you must indicate  the on-site energy
recovery methods used on the reported EPCRA Section
313 chemical.  If you do not perform on-site energy
recovery for the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical,
check the Not Applicable (NA) box at the top of Section
7B.

Only  EPCRA Section  31$  chemicals  that  have  a
significant heating value ana are combusted in an energy
recovery  unit such as an industrial furnace, kiln, or
boiler, can be reported as combusted for energy recovery
in this section. If a reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical
is incinerated on-site but does not contribute energy to
the process  (e.g., chlorofluorocarbons),  it must  be
considered waste treated on-site and reported in Section
7A. Metals and metal category compounds cannot be
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                                Example 16: On-Site Waste Treatment

A process at the facility generates a wastewater stream containing an EPCRA Section 313 chemical (chemical A).
A second process generates a wastewater stream containing two EPCRA Section 313 chemicals, a metal (chemical
B) and a mineral acid (chemical C).  Thresholds for all three chemicals have been exceeded and you are in the
process of completing separate Form Rs for each chemical.

These two wastewater streams are combined and sent to;an on-site wastewater treatment system before being
discharged  to a POTW.  This system consists of an oil/water separator that removes 99% of chemical A; a
neutralization tank in which the pH is adjusted to 7.5; thereby destroying 100% of the mineral acid (chemical C);
and a settling tank where55% of the metal (chemical B) is removed from the water (and eventually landfilled off-
site).     '•'",.•-"              ''               •                  '         -     '"
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Section 7A should be completed slightly differently when you file the Form R for each of the chemicals. The table
accompanying this example shows how Section 7A should be completed for each chemical. First, on each Form R
you should identify the type of waste stream in Section TA.la ;as wastewater (aqueous waste, code W). Next, on
each Form R you should list the code for each of the 'treatment steps that is applied to the entire waste stream,
regardless of whether the operation affects the chemical fbr which you are completing the Form R (for instance,
the first four blocks of Section  7A.lb of all three Form Rs should show:  P19 (liquid phase separation), Cll
(neutralization), Pll (settling/clarification), and N/A (to signify the end of the treatment system).  Note that
Section 7A.lb is the only section of the Form R.that is not chemical specific. It applies to the entire waste_stream
being treated. Section 7A.lc"of each Form R should show the concentration of the specific chemical in the influent
to the first step of the process (oil/water separation). For this example, assume chemicals A, B, and C are all
present at concentrations greater than 1%. Therefore, code "1" should be entered. Section 7A.ld is also chemical
specific. It applies to the efficiency of the entire system in destroying and/or removing the chemical for which you
are preparirtg~ihe Form, R. You should enter 99%. when filing for chemical A,,95% for chemical B, and 100% fbr
chemical C. Finally, you should reportwhether the influent concentration and efficiency estimates are based'on
operating data for each chemical, as appropriate.   /
                                            Chemical A
                                                     7A.lc
                                                      -1
            7A.ld
             99  %
                   7A.le
             Yes

               X
       No
                                            Chemical B
   7A.la
7A.lc
                                                     " 1,
7A.ld
             95  %
7A.le.
             Yes

               X
       No
                                            Chemical C
                                                     7AJ.C
            7A,ld
                                                                  100 %
                   7A.le
                          Yes,

                           X
                          No
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  Note that the quantity removed and/or destroyed is not reported in Section 7 and that the efficiency reported in
  Section 7A.1 d refers to the amount of EPCRA Section 313 chemical destroyed and/or removed from the applicable
  waste stream. The amount actually destroyed should be reported in Section 8.6 (quantity treated on-site). For
  example, when completing the Form R for Chemical B you should report "0" pounds in Section 8.6 because the
  metal has been removed from the wastewater stream, but not actually destroyed. The quantity of Chemical B that
  is ultimately landfilled off-site should be reported in Sections 6.2 and 8.1. However, when completing the Form
  R for Chemical C you should report the entire quantity in Section 8.6 because raising the pH to 7.5 will completely
  destroy the mineral acid.
  Example 17: Reporting On-Site Energy Recovery

  One waste stream generated by your facility contains,
  among other  chemicals, toluene  and  Freon  113.
  Threshold quantities are exceeded for both of these
  EPCRA Section 313 chemicals,  and you  would,
  therefore, submit two separate Form R reports. This
  waste stream is sent to an on-site industrial furnace
  that uses the heat generated in a thermal hydrocarbon
  cracking process at your facility. Because toluene has
  a significant heat value (17,440 BTU/pound) and the
  energy is recovered in an industrial furnace, the code
  "U02" would be reported in Section 7B for the Form
  R submitted for toluene.

  However, as Freon 113 does not contribute any value
  for energy recovery purposes, the combustion of
  Freon 113 in the industrial furnace is  considered
  waste treatment, not energy recovery. You would
  report Freon 113 as entering a waste treatment step
  (i.e., incineration), in Section 7A, column b.
combusted for energy recovery and should NOT be
reported in this section. Energy recovery may take place
only in an industrial kilri, furnace, or boiler.

Energy Recovery Codes

U01   Industrial Kiln
U02   Industrial Furnace
U03   Industrial Boiler
U09   Other Energy Recovery Methods

If your facility uses more than one on-site  energy
recovery method for the reported EPCRA Section 313
chemical,  list the methods used in descending order
(greatest to least) based on the amount of the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical entering such methods.
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Section 7C  On-Site Recycling Processes

In Section 7C, you must report the recycling methods
used on the EPCRA Section 313 chemical. If you do not
conduct any on-site recycling of the reported EPCRA
Section 313 chemical, check the Not Applicable (NA) box
at the top of Section 7C.

In this section, use the codes below to report only the
recycling methods in place  at your facility that are
applied to the EPCRA Section 313 chemical. Do not list
any off-site recycling activities (Information about off-site
recycling  must be reported in  Part  II, Section  6,
"Transfers of the Toxic Chemical in Wastes to Off-Site
Locations.")

On-Site Recycling Codes

Rll    Solvents/Organics   Recovery  — Batch Still
       Distillation
R12    Solvents/Organics  Recovery — Thin-Film
       Evaporation
R13    Solvents/Organics Recovery — Fractionation
R14    Solvents/Organics  Recovery  — Solvent
       Extraction
R19    Solvents/Organics Recovery — Other
R21    Metals Recovery  — Electrolytic
R22    Metals Recovery  — Ion Exchange
R23    Metals Recovery  — Acid Leaching
R24    Metals Recovery  — Reverse Osmosis
R26    Metals Recovery  — Solvent Extraction
R27    Metals Recovery  — High Temperature
R28    Metals Recovery  — Retorting
R29    Metals Recovery  — Secondary Smelting
R30    Metals Recovery  — Other
R40    Acid Regeneration
R99    Other Reuse or Recovery

If your facility uses more than one  on-site recycling
method for an EPCRA Section 313 chemical, enter the
codes  in the  space  provided in descending  order
(greatest to least) of the volume of the reported EPCRA
Section 313 chemical recovered by each process. If your
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facility uses more than ten separate methods for recycling
the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical on-site, then
list the ten activities that recover the greatest amount of
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical (again, in descending
order).

Section 8. Source Reduction  and Recycling
            Activities

This section includes the data elements  mandated by
section 6607 of the Pollution Prevention Act  of 1990
(PPA). Section 8 is a required section of Form R and
must be completed.

In Section 8, you must provide information about source
reduction activities and quantities of the EPCRA Section
313 chemicals  managed as waste.  For all appropriate
questions, report only the quantity, in pounds, of the
reported EPCRA Section  313 chemical itself.  Do not
include the weight of  water,  soil,  or other waste
constituents.  When reporting on the metal compound
categories, report only the amount of the parent metal as
you do when estimating release amounts.

Sections 8.1 through 8.9 must be  completed for each
EPCRA Section 313 chemical.  Section 8.10 must be
completed only if a source reduction activity was newly
implemented specifically (in whole or in part) for the
reported EPCRA Section 313  chemical during the
reporting year. Section 8.11 allows you to indicate if you
have attached additional optional information on source
reduction,  recycling,  or  pollution control activities
implemented at any time at your facility.

Sections 8.1 through 8.7 require reporting of quantities
for  the current reporting year, the  prior year, and
quantities anticipated in both the first year immediately
following  the reporting  year and the  second year
following the reporting year (future estimates).

Beginning with the 1995 reporting year, facilities  can use
applicable, "NA," in  Sections 8.1 through 8.7 to indicate
that there is no on-site or off-site recycling,  energy
recovery, treatment, or release.

Column A: Prior Year

Quantities for Sections 8.1 through 8.7 must be reported
for the year immediately preceding  the reporting year in
column A.  For reports due July 1, 2000 (reporting year
1999), the prior year is 1998. Information available at the
facility that may be used to estimate the prior year's
quantities include the prior year's Form R submission,
supporting  documentation,  and  recycling,  energy
recovery,  treatment,  or  disposal  operating  logs  or
invoices.

Column B: Current Reporting Year

Quantities for Sections 8.1 through 8.7 must be reported
for the current reporting year (1999) in column B.

Columns C and D: Following Year and Second
Following Year

Quantities for Sections 8.1 through 8.7 must be estimated
for 2000 and  2001.   EPA  expects reasonable future
quantity estimates using  a  logical basis.  Information
available at the  facility to  estimate quantities of the
chemical expected during these years include planned
source reduction activities, market projections, expected
contracts,  anticipated  new product lines,  company
growth projections, and  production capacity' figures.
Respondents ishould  take  into  account protections
available for trade secrets as  provided in EPCRA Section
322 (42 USC 11042) for the chemical identity.

Relationship to Other Laws

The reporting categories for quantities recycled, used for
energy  recovery,  treated,  and  disposed  apply  to
completing Section 8 of Form R as well as to the rest of
Form R. These categories are to be used only for TRI
reporting. They are not intended for use in determining,
under the Resource  Conservation  and Recovery Act
(RCRA) Subtitle C regulations,  whether a secondary
material is a waste when recycled. These definitions also
do not apply to the information that may be submitted in
the Biennial Report required 'under RCRA. In addition,
these definitions do not imply any future redefinition of
RCRA terms and do not affect EPA's RCRA authority or
authority under any other  statute administered by EPA.

Differences in'terminology and reporting requirements
for EPCRA Section 313 chemicals reported on  Form R
and for hazardous wastes regulated under RCRA occur
because EPCRA and the PPA focus on specific chemicals,
while the RCRA regulations and the Biennial Report
focus on waste streams that may include more than one
chemical.   For example,  a RCRA  hazardous waste
containing an EPCRA Section 313 chemical is recycled to
recover certain constituents of that waste, but not the
toxic chemical, reported under EPCRA section 313.  The
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EPCRA Section 313 chemical simply passes through the
recycling process and remains in the residual from the
recycling process, which is disposed. While the waste
may be considered recycled under RCRA, the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical constituent would be considered to
be disposed for TRI purposes.
      Example 18: Reporting Future Estimates

 A pharmaceutical manufacturing facility uses an
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical in the manufacture of a
 prescription drug. During the reporting year (1999),
 the company received approval from the Food and
 Drug  Administration to  begin marketing  their
 product as an over-the-counter drug beginning in
 2000. This approval is publicly known and does not
 constitute confidential business information.  As a
 result of  this  expanded  market,  the company
 estimates thatsales and subsequentproduction of this
 drug will increase their use of the reported EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical by 30 percent per year for the
 two years following the reporting year.  The facility
 treats the EPCRA Section 313 chemical on-site and the
 quantity treated is directly proportional to production
 activity. The facility thus estimates the total quantity
 of the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical treated
 for the following year (2000) by adding 30 percent to
 the amount in column B (the amount for the current
 reporting year).  The second following year (2001)
 figure can  be calculated by adding an additional 30
 percent to the amount reported  in column C (the
 amount for the following year (2000) projection).
Quantities Reportable in Sections 8.1 - 8.7

Section 8 of Form R uses data collected to complete Part
n, Sections 5 through 7. For this reason, Section 8 should
be completed last. Sections 8.1,8.3,8.5,8.7, and 8.8 use
data collected to complete sections 5 and 6 of Form R.
The relationship between sections 5,6, and 8.8 to sections
8.1, 813, 8.5, and 8.7 are provided below in equation
form.

Section 8.1. Report releases pursuant to EPCRA Section
329(8)  including   "any spilling, leaking,  pumping,
pouring,  emitting, emptying, discharging,  injecting,
escaping, leaching, dumping, or disposing [on-site or off-
site] into the environment (includingthe abandonment of
barrels, containers^ and other closed receptacles)."  This
includes on-site releases in section 5 and off-site releases
(including disposal) in section 6, but excludes quantities
reported in sections 5 and 6 due to remedial actions,
catastrophic events, or non-production related events
(see the discussion on section 8.8.)

Metals and metal category compounds reported, 1) in
section 6.2 as sent off-site for stabilization/ solidification
(M41-metals)  or wastewater  treatment   (excluding
POTWs) (M62-metaIs)~ and/or,  2) in  section 6.1  —
discharges to POTWs should be reported in section 8.1.
These quantities should NOT be reported in section 8.7
because the metals are ultimately disposed.

ง 8.1 = ง 5 + ง 6.2 (disposal) + ง 6.1 (metals and metal
category compounds  only) - ง8.8 (on-site  release or
off-site disposal due to catastrophic events)1

Sections 8.2 and 8.3. These relate to a EPCRA Section
313 chemical or a mixture containing an EPCRA Section
313 chemical that is used for energy recovery on-site or
is sent off-site  for energy  recovery,  unless it is  a
commercially available fuel (e.g., fuel oil no. 6). For the
purposes of reporting on Form R, reportable on-site and
off-site  energy recovery is the combustion  of a waste
containing an EPCRA Section 313 chemical when:

(a) The combustion unit is integrated into an energy
    recovery system (i.e., industrial furnaces, industrial
    kilos, and boilers); and

(b) The EPCRA Section 313 chemical is combustible and
    has a significant heating value (e.g., 5000 BTU)

ง 8.2 is reported in section 8 only

ง 8.3 = ง 6.2 (energy  recovery) - ง8.8 (off-site energy
recovery due to catastrophic events)1

Sections 8.4 and 8.5. These relate to an EPCRA Section
313 chemical in a waste that is recycled on-site or is sent
off-site for recycling.

ง 8.4 is reported in section 8 only

ง 8.5 = ง 6.2 (recycling) - ง 8.8 (off-site recycling due to
catastrophic events)1
        1ง8.8 includes quantities of toxic chemical released on-site
 or managed as waste off-site due to remedial actions, catastrophic
 events, or one-time events not associated with the production
 processes.
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Section 8.6 and 8.7. These relate to an EPCRA Section
313 chemical  (except for metals  and metal  category
compounds) or a mixture containing an EPCRA Section
313 chemical that is treated on-site or is sent to a POTW
or other off-site location for waste treatment.

ง 8.6 is reported in section 8 only

ง  8.7  =   ง  6.1  (excluding  metal/metal  category
compounds) + ง 6.2 (treatment) - ง 8.8 (of f-site treatment
due to catastrophic events)1

An EPCRA Section 313 chemical or an EPCRA Section
313 chemical in a mixture that is a waste under RCRA
must be reported in Sections  8.1 through 8.7.

8.8 Quantity Released to the Environment as a
    Result of Remedial Actions, Catastrophic Events,
    or One-Time Events Not Associated with
    Production Processes

In Section 8.8, enter the total quantity of EPCRA Section
313 chemical released directly into the environment or
sent off-site for recycling, energy recovery, treatment, or
disposal during the reporting year due to any of the
following events:

(1) remedial actions;

(2) catastrophic events such as earthquakes, fires, or
    floods; or

(3) one-time  events  not associated with normal or
    routine production processes.

These quantities should not be included in Sections 8.1
through 8.7

The purpose  of  this section is  to  separate quantities
recycled, used for energy recovery, treated, or disposed
that are associated with normal or routine production
operations from those that are not.  While all quantities
released, recycled, treated, or disposed may ultimately be
preventable, this section separates the quantities that are
more  likely  to  be  reduced  or   eliminated  by
process-oriented source reduction activities from  those
releases  that  are largely  unpredictable and  are less
amenable to  such source reduction  activities.   For
example, spills that occur as a routine part of production
operations and could be reduced or  eliminated by
improved handling, loading, or unloading procedures are
included in the quantities reported in Section 8.1 through
8.7 as appropriate.  A total loss of containment resulting
from  a  tank  rupture  caused by a tornado would be
included in the quantity reported in Section 8.8.

Similarly, the amount of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
cleaned up from spills resulting from normal operations
during  the reporting  year  would  be  included  in the
quantities reported in Sections 8.1 through 8.7. However,
the quantity of the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical
generated from a remedial action (e.g., RCRA corrective
action)  to clean up the environmental contamination
resulting from  past practices should be  reported in
Section 8.8 because they cannot currently be addressed
by source reduction methods.  A remedial action for
purposes of Section 8.8 is a waste cleanup (including
RCRA  and CERCA  operations)  within  the  facility
boundary.  Most remedial activities involve collecting
and treating contaminated material.

Also,  releases' caused  by  catastrophic events are to be
incorporated  into the  quantity reported in Section 8.8.
Such releases ;may  be  caused by natural disasters (e.g.,
hurricanes and earthquakes) or by large-scale accidents
(e.g., fires and explosions).  In addition, releases  due to
one-time events not associated with production (e.g.,
terrorist bombing) are to be included in  Section 8.8.
These  amounts  are  not included  in the quantities
reported in Sections 8.1 through 8.7 because such releases
are generally unanticipated and cannot be addressed by
routine process-oriented accident prevention techniques
By  checking  your   documentation  for  calculating
estimates made for Part II,  Section  5, "Quantity of the
Toxic  Chemical Entering Each Environmental Medium
On-site," you may be able to identify release amounts
from the above sources. Emergency notifications under
CERCA  and EPCRA as well as accident histories
required under the Clean Air Act may provide  useful
information.  .You  should also  check  facility incident
reports and maintenance records to identify one-time or
catastrophic events.

Note:   While the information reported in Section 8.8
represents  only remedial,  catastrophic,  or one-time
events not associated with production processes, Section
5 of Form R (on-site releases to the environment) and
Section   6   (off-site  transfers  for  further   waste
management), must include all on-site releases and
transfers as appropriate, regardless of whether they arise
from  catastrophic,  remedial,  or  routine  process
operations.
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          Example 19: Quantity Released to the Environment as a Result of Remedial Actions, Catastrophic Events, or
                               One-Tinre Events Not Associated with Production Processes.

          A chemical manufacturer produces an EPCRA Section 313 chemical in a reactor that operates at low pressure, the
          reactants and the EPCRA Section 313 chemical product are piped in and out of the reactor at monitored and
          controlled temperatures.  During normal operations, small amounts of fugitive emissions occur from the valves
          and flanges in the pipelines.                                             /                     ;

          Due to a malfunction in the control panel (which is state-of-the-art and undergoes routine :fflspeeticm and
          maintenance), the temperature and pressure in the reactor increase, the reactor ruptures, and the fiPCRA Section;
          313 chemical is released. Because the malfunction could not be anticipated and, therefore, could not be reasonably
          addressed by specific source reduction activities, the amount released is included in Section 8,8, In this case, much
          of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical is released as a liquid and pools on the ground. It is estimated: that1,000 pounds
          of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical pooled on the ground and was subsequently collected and sent off-site for
          treatment In addition, it is estimated that another 200 pounds of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical vaporized
          direqtly to the air from the rupture. The total amount reported in Section 8.8 is the 1,000 pounds that pooled on
          the ground (and subsequently sent off-site), plus me 200 pounds that vaporized into the air, a total of 1,260 pounds.
          The quantity sent off-site must also be reported in Section 6 (but not in Section 8,7) and the quantity mat vaporized
          must be reported as a fugitive emission in Section 5 (but not in Section 8.1).'' ; '. ":" '-."  	.'-''  :'\"':   •   :'  •  ;';'•'•
         Avoid Double-Counting in Sections 8.1 Through 8.8

         Do not double- or multiple-count quantities in Sections
         8.1 through 8.7. The quantities reported in each of those
         sections  must  be  mutually  exclusive.     Do  not
         multiple-count quantities entering sequential reportable
         activities.

         Do not include in Sections 8.1 through 8.7 any quantities
         of me  EPCRA Section ง13 chemical released into the
         environment due to remedial actions; catastrophic events
         such as earthquakes, fires, or floods; or unanticipated
         one-time  events not associated with the  production
         process such as a drunk driver crashing his/her car into
         a drum storage area.   These quantities should  be
         reported in Section 8.8 only. For example, 10,000 pounds
         of diaminoanisole sulfate is released due to a catastrophic
         event and is subsequently treated off-site.  The 10,000
         pounds is reported in Section 8.8, but the amount
         subsequently treated off-site is not reported in Section
         8.7.  "  , '         	     ,  .    '    '    	,
        : '     if',,1                 •",'''    '   i   , '       '     ' "':
         8.9  Production Ratio or Activity Index
        ;   ป . !K  ., "   '   	  i I   '   M! .:'• :'''  V''j ;'  ,    ••' i f
         For Section 8.9, you must provide a ratio of reporting
         year production to prior year production, or provide an
         "activity  index"  based  on  a  variable  other  than
         production that is the primary influence on the quantity
         of the reported EPCRA" Section 3l3 chemical recycled,
         used for energy recovery, treated, or released. The ratio
                        i
or index must  be reported to the nearest tenths or
hundredths place  (i.e., one or two digits to the right of
the decimal point).  If the manufacture or use  of the
reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical began during the
current reporting year, enter not applicable, "NA," as the
production ratio or activity index. Note, this is not to be
reported as a percent (i.e., report 1.10 for a 10% increase,
not 110%).  ' 	"	"  "  	

It is importartt to realize that if your facility reports more
than one reported EPCRA  Section 313 chemical, the
production ratio or activity index may vary for different
chemicals.  For facilities that manufacture reported
EPCRA Section 313  chemicals,  the quantities  of the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical(s) produced in the current
and prior years provide a good basis for the ratio because
that is the primary business activity associated with the
reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical(s). In most cases,
the production ratio or activity index must be based on
some variable of production or activity rather than on
EPCRA Section 313 chemical or material usage. Indices
based on EPCRA Section 3i3 chemical or material usage
 	" 	.1 ' 'I.'"-	I'111'	 II I  h', ,		,    . ,	I i V*
may reflect the effect of source reduction activities rather
than changes in business activity.  EPCRA Section 313
chemical or material usage is therefore not a basis to Be
used for the production ratio or activity index where the
EPCRA Section  313 chemical is "otherwise-used" (i.e.,
non-incorporative activities such as extraction solvents,
metal degreasers, etc.).
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 Example 20:  Avoiding Double-Counting
 Quantities in Sections 8.1 through 8.7

 For example, 5,000 pounds of an EPCRA Section 313
 chemical  enters a  treatment  operation.    Three
 thousand pounds of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
 exits the  treatment operation  and then enters  a
 recycling operation.  Five hundred pounds-of the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical are in residues from the
 recycling operation that is subsequently sent off-site
 for disposal. These quantities would be reported as
 follows in Section 8:                -

 Section 8.1:500 pounds disposed         ,-'   '
 Section 8.4:2,500 pounds recycled
 Section 8.6:2,000 pounds treated (5,000 that initially
        ."  entered — 3,000 that subsequently
           Centered recycling) ,        „         ' ',

 To report that 5,000 pounds were treated', 3,000 pounds
 •were recycled., and that 500 pounds were sent off-site for
 disposal would result in over-counting the quantities-of
 EPCRA Section^ 313  chemical recycled,  treated,  and
 disposed by 3,500 pounds.     >  ,   ^      >"" '
While several methods are available to the facility for
determining this data element, the production ratio or
activity index must be based on the variable that most
directly affects the quantities of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical recycled, used for energy recovery, treated, or
released. Examples of methods available include:

(1)  Amount  of  EPCRA  Section  313  chemical
    manufactured in 1998 divided by the amount of
    EPCRA Section 313 chemical manufactured in 1997;
    or

(2)  Amount of product produced in 1998 divided by the
    amount of product produced in 1997.

8.10 Did Your Facility Engage in Any Source Reduction
    Activities for This Chemical During the Reporting
    Year?

If your facility engaged in any source reduction activity
for the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical during the
reporting year, report the activity that was implemented
and the method used to identify the opportunity for the
activity implemented.  If your facility did not engage in
any source reduction activity for the reported EPCRA
Section .313 chemical, enter not applicable, "NA," in
Section 8.10.1 and answer Section 8.11.
Source reduction means any practice that:

Q   Reduces the amount of any hazardous substance,
    pollutant, or contaminant entering any waste stream
    or  otherwise  released  into  the  environment
    (including fugitive emissions) prior to  recycling,
    energy recovery, treatment, or disposal; and

Q   Reduces the hazards to public health and the
    environment associated with the release of such
    substances, pollutants, or contaminants.

The  term  includes  equipment  or  technology
modifications,  process or  procedure  modifications, ,
reformulation or redesign of products, substitution of
raw materials,  and improvements in  housekeeping,
maintenance, training, or inventory control.

The term source reduction does not include any practice
that  alters  the  physical, chemical,  or  biological
characteristics or the volume of a hazardous substance,
pollutant, or contaminant through a process or activity
mat itself is not integral to and  necessary  for the
production of a product or the providing of a service.

Source reduction activities do not include  recycling,
using for energy recovery,  treating, or disposing of an
EPCRA Section 313 chemical. Report in this section only
the source reduction activities implemented to reduce or
eliminate the quantities reported in Sections 8.1 through
8.7. The focus of the section is only those activities that
are applied to reduce routine or reasonably anticipated
releases and quantities of the reported EPCRA Section
313 chemical recycled, treated, used for energy recovery,
or disposed. Do not report in this section any activities
taken to reduce or eliminate the quantities reported in
Section 8.8.

Source Reduction Activities

You must enter in the  first column of Section 8.10,
"Source Reduction Activities," the appropriate code(s)
indicating the type of actions taken to reduce the amount
of the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical released (as
reported in Section 8,1), used for energy  recovery (as
reported in  Sections 8.2-8.3), recycled  (as reported in
Sections 8.4-8.5), or treated  (as reported in Sections
8.6-8.7). The list of codes below includes many, but not
all, of the codes provided in the RCRA biennial report.
Remember that source reduction activities include only
those actions or techniques that reduce or eliminate
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                               Example 21: Determining a Production Ratio

  Your facility's only use of toluene is as a paint carrier for a painting operation. You painted 12,000 refrigerators
  in the current reporting year and 10,000 refrigerators during the preceding year. The production ratio for toluene
  in this case is 1.2 (12,000/10,000) because the number of refrigerators produced is the primary factor determining
  the quantity of toluene to be reported in Sections 8.1 through 8.7.

  A facility manufactures inorganic pigments, including titanium dioxide.  Hydrochloric acid (acid aerosols) is
  produced as a waste byproduct during the production process. An appropriate production ratio for hydrochloric
  acid (acid aerosols) is the annual titanium  dioxide production, not the amount of byproduct generated.  If the
  facility produced 20,000 pounds of titanium dioxide during the reporting year and 26,000 pounds in the preceding
  year, the production ratio would be 0.77 (20,000/26,000).
                               Example 22:  Determining an Activity Index

  Your facility manufactures organic dyes in a batch process. Different colors of dyes are manufactured, and between
  color changes, all equipment must be thoroughly cleaned with solvent containing glycol ethers to reduce color
  carryover. During the preceding year, the facility produced 2,000 pounds of yellow dye in January, 9,000 pounds
  of green dye for February through September, 2,000 pounds of red dye in November, and another 2,000 pounds'
  of yellow dye in December. This adds up to a total of 15,000 pounds and four color changeovers.  During the
  reporting year, the "facility produced 10,000 pounds of green dye during the first half of the year and 10,000 pounds
  of red dye in the second half. If your facility uses glycol ethers in this cleaning process only, an activity index of
  0,5 (based on two color changeovers for the reporting year divided by four changeovers for the preceding year)
  fe more appropriate than a production ratio of 1.33 (based on 20,000 pounds of dye produced in the current year
  divided by 15,000 pounds in the preceding year). In this case, an activity index, rather than a production ratio,
  better reflects the factors that influence the amount of solvent recycled, used for energy recovery, treated, or
  released,           '"	  '."....    	„.

  A facility that manufactures thermoplastic composite parts for aircraft uses toluene as a wipe solvent to clean
  molds. The solvent is stored in 55-galIon drums and is transferred to 1-gallon dispensers. The molds are cleaned
  on attas-heeded basis that is not necessarily a function of the parts production rate. Operators cleaned 5,200 molds
  during the reporting year, but only cleaned 2,000 molds in the previous year. An activity index of 2^6 (5,200/2,000)
  represents the activities involving toluene usage in the facility. If the molds were cleaned after 1,000 parts were
  manufactured, a production ratio would equal the activity index and either could be used as $ie basis for the index.
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  A facility manufactures surgical instruments and cleans  the metal parts with 1,1,1-trichIoromefhane in a vapor
  degreaser. The degreasing unit is operated in a  batch mode and the metal parts are cleaned according to an
  irregular schedule.  The activiiy index can be based upon the total time the metal parts are in the degreasing
  operation. If the degreasing unit operated 3,900 hours during the reporting year and 3,000 hours the prior year,
  the activity index is 1.3 (3,900/3,000).
                  Example 23:  "NA" is Entered as the Production Ratio or Activity Index
                                            ' • '                              a                  *        ""
 Your facility began production of semiconductor chips during this reporting year. Perchloroethylene is used as
 a cleaning solvent for this operation and this is the only use of the EPCRA Section 313, chemical in your facility.
 You would enter not applicable, "NA," in Section 8.9 because you have no basis of comparison in the prior year
 for the purposes of developing the activity index.
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               Example 24: Determining the Production Ratio Based on a Weighted Average

 At many facilities, a reported' EPCRA Section 313 chemical is used in more than one production process. In these
 cases, a production ratio or activity index can be estimated by weighting trie production ratio for each process based
 on the respective contribution of each process to the quantity of the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical recycled,
 used for energy recovery, treated, or disposed.    ,                  L   *'Jjl        .  •      ,    * v^'
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 Your facility paints bicycles with paint containing toluene.  Sixteen thousand\bicycles were "produced in the
 reporting year and 14,500 were produced in the prior year. There were kw> significant design modifications that
 changed the total surface area to be painted for each bike. The bicycle productiortratio is 1.1 (16,000/14,500). You
 estimate 12,500 pounds of toluene recycled, used for energy recovery, treated, or released as a result of bicycle
 production. Your facility also uses toluene as a solvent in a glue  that is used to make components and add-on
 equipmentfot the bicycles. Thirteen thousand components were manufactured irtthe reporting year as compared
 to 15,000 during the prior year. The production ratio for thecomponents usingtoluene'is 0.87 (13,000/15,000). You
 estimate.1,000 pounds of toluene treated, recycled, used for energy recovery, or Released as a result of components
 production. A production ratio can be calculated by weighting each of the production .ratios based on the relative
 contribution each has tp the quantities of toluene treated, recycled, used for energy recovery, of released during
 the reporting year (13,500 pounds). The production ratio is calculated as follows:  '
                 '  "                                          ''**-"-   ~''',          *  : ^
         ,l  !  t':>   Production ratio =1.1 x (12,500/13,500)  + 0.87 x (I^MO/IS^OO)-= 1.08    '''~   '  '/
       •j  * Example 25: Source Reduction

 A facility assembles and paints furniture.  Both the
 glue u,sed fo assemble the furniture and the paints
 contain EPCRA Section 313 chemicals. By examining
 the gluing process^, the facility discovered that anew
 drum of glue;is opened at the beginning of each shift,
 .whether the old drum is empty or not. By adding a
 mechanism, that prevents the drum from being
 changed before it is empty/ the need for disposal of
 the glue is eliminated at ttte source. As a result, this
 activity-is considered source reduction. Thepainting
 proces's at this facility generates a solvent waste, that
 .contains an EPCRA Section 313 chemical „ that is
 collected and recovered.  The recovered solvent is
 used toxclean-the painting equipment. The recycling
 activity doess not reduce the  amount of EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical recycled, and therefore is, not
 considered a source reduction activity,
the amounts of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical reported
in Sections 8.1 through 8.7. Actions taken to recycle,
combust for energy recovery, treat, or dispose of the
EPCRA Section 313 chemical are not considered source
reduction activities.

Source Reduction Activity Codes:
Good Operating Practices

W13   Improved maintenance scheduling, record
       keeping, or procedures
W14   Changed production schedule to minimize
       equipment and feedstock changeovers
W19   Other changes made in operating practices

Inventory Control

W21   Instituted procedures to ensure that materials
       do not stay in inventory beyond shelf-life
W22   Began to test outdated material — continue to
       use if still effective
W23   Eliminated shelf-life requirements for stable
       materials
W24   Instituted better labeling procedures
W25   Instituted clearinghouse to exchange materials
       that would otherwise be discarded
W29   Other changes made in inventory control

Spill and Leak Prevention

W31   Improved storage or stacking procedures
W32   Improved procedures for loading, unloading,
       and transfer operations
W33   Installed overflow alarms or automatic shut-off
      , valves
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  W35    Installed vapor recovery systems
  W36    Implemented inspection or monitoring
          program of potential spill or leak sources
  W39    Other changes made in spill and leak
 '''prevention  	  '	      	""
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  Raw Material Modifications

  W41    Increased purity of raw materials
  W42    Substituted raw materials
  W49    Other raw material modifications made

  Process Modifications

  W51    Instituted re-circulation within a process
  W52    Modified equipment layout, or piping
  W53    Used a different process catalyst
  W54    Instituted better controls on operating bulk
          containers to minimize discarding of empty
        ™i containers	
  W55    Changed from small volume containers to bulk
          containers to minimize discarding of
          empty containers
  W58    Other process modifications made

  Cleaning and Decreasing

  W59    Modified stripping/cleaning equipment
  W60    Changed to mechanical stripping/cleaning
          devices (from solvents or other materials)
  W61    Changed to aqueous cleaners (from solvents or
          other materials)
  W63    Modified containment procedures for cleaning
          units
  W64    Improved draining procedures
  W65    Redesigned parts racks to reduce drag out
  W66    Modified or installed rinse systems
  W67    Improved rinse equipment design
  W68    Improved rinse equipment operation
  W71    Other cleaning  and decreasing modifications
          made
                                                             W81   Changed product specifications
                                                             W82   Modified design or composition of product
                                                             W83   Modified packaging
                                                             W89   Other product modifications made

                                                             In columns a through c of Section 8.10, the "Methods to
                                                             Identify Activity", you must enter one or more of  the
                                                             following code(s) that correspond to those internal and
                                                             external method(s) or information sources you used to
                                                             identify the possibility for a source reduction activity
                                                             implementation at your facility.   If more  than three
                                                             methods "'vyfiJS ^ggcltg identify the source reduction
                                                             activity, enter only the three codes that contributed most
                                                             to the decision to implement the activity.

                                                             Methods to Identify Activity

                                                             T01    Internal pollution prevention opportunity
                                                                    audit(s)
                                                             T02    External pollution prevention opportunity
                                                                    audit(s)
                                                             T03    Materials balance audits
                                                             T04    Participative team management
                                                             T05    Employee recommendation (independent of a
                                                                    formal company program)
                                                             T06    Employee recommendation (under a formal
                                                                    company program)
                                                             T07    State government technical assistance program
                                                             T08    Federal government technical assistance
                                                                    program
                                                             T09    Trade association/industry technical assistance
                                                                    program
                                                             T10    Vendor assistance
                                                             Til    Other
  Surface Preparation and Finishing

  VV72   Modified spray systems or equipment
  W73   Substituted coating materials used
  W74   Improved application techniques
  W75   Changed from spray to other system
  W78   Other surface preparation and finishing
          modifications made
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8.11   Is Additional Optional Information on Source
      Reduction, Recycling, or Pollution Control
      Activities Included with this Report?

Check "Yes" for this data element if you have attached to
this report any additional optional information on source
reduction, recycling, or pollution control activities you
have implemented in the reporting year or in prior years
for the reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical.  If you are
not including additional information, check "No."
If you submit additional optional information, try to limit
this information to one page that summarizes the source
reduction, recycling, or pollution control activities. If
there is a contact person at the facility, other than the
technical or public contact provided in Part I, Section 4,
the summary  page should include that person's name
and telephone number for  individuals who  wish to
obtain further information about those activities.  Also
submit a copy of- this additional information to the
appropriate state agency as part of the Form R submittal
to  that agency.
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D.    Facility Eligibility Determination for Alternate Threshold and
       for Reporting on EPA Form A            	
This section will help to determine whether you can
submit the simplified Form A report.  The criteria are
based on  total annual reportable  amount of listed
chemical or chemical  category  and  the  amount
manufactured, processed, or otherwise used.

D.I  Alternate Threshold

On November 30,1994, EPA published a final rule (59 FR
61488) that  provides  qualifying facilities  a reduced
reporting option.  Eligible facilities wishing to take
advantage of this reduced reporting option may report
on a simplified two-page form referred to as Form A and
do  not  have  to use  Form  R.   The  "TRI  Alternate
Threshold for Facilities with Low Annual  Reportable
Amounts," provides facilities otherwise meeting EPCRA
section 313 reporting thresholds the option of reporting
on Form A provided that they do not exceed 500 pounds
for the total annual reportable amount (defined below)
for that chemical, and that their amounts manufactured
or  processed  or  otherwise used do not  exceed
one-million  pounds.  As with determining section 313
reporting thresholds, amounts manufactured, processed,
or otherwise used are to be considered independently.
This  modification  does  not apply to  forms being
submitted on or before July 1,1995 (covering the 1994
reporting year). If you fill  out a  Form A for an EPCRA
Section 313  chemical do not fill  out a Form R for that
same chemical.

D.2 What is the Form A (Certification
      Statement)?

The Form A, which  is described as the "certification
statement"  in 59 FR  61488, is  a simplified form  of
reporting and is intended as a means to  reduce the
compliance burden associated with EPCRA section 313.
The Form A must be submitted  on an annual basis for
each eligible chemical.   Facilities  wishing to  take
advantage of this burden reducing option should submit
a Form A  for such • chemicals meeting the conditions
described below, and should not submit a Form R to the
EPCRA Reporting  Center for  that  chemical.   The
information submitted on  the Form A includes facility
identification information and the chemical or chemical
category identity.  The information submitted  on the
Form A will appear in the TRI  data base in the same
manner that information submitted on Form R appears.
An  approved  Form  A and a magnetic  version  of
reporting have been included in this  1999 Reporting
Forms and Instructions package.
D.3  What is the Total Annual
      Reportable Amount?

For the purpose of this optional reporting modification,
the annual reportable amount is equal to the combined
total quantities released at the facility, disposed within
the facility,  treated  at the facility (as represented by
amounts destroyed or converted by treatment processes),
recovered at the facility as a result of recycle operations,
combusted for the purpose of energy recovery at the
facility, and amounts transferred from  the facility to
off-site  locations  for the purpose of recycle, energy
recovery,  treatment, and/or disposal. These volumes
correspond to the sum of amounts reportable for data
elements on EPA Form R (EPA Form 9350-1; Rev. 04/97)
as Part II column B of section  8, data elements 8.1
(quantity  released),  8.2  (quantity used  for energy
recovery on-site), 8.3 (quantity used for energy recovery
off-site), 8.4 (quantity recycled on-site), 8.5 (quantity
recycled off-site), 8.6 (quantity treated on-site), and 8.7
(quantity treated off-site).

D.4 Recordkeeping

Each owner or operator who determines that they are
eligible, and wishes to apply the alternate threshold to a
particular chemical, must retain records substantiating
this determination for a period of three  years from the
date of the submission of the Form A.  These records
must  include sufficient  documentation  to  support
calculations as  well as the calculations made by the
facility mat confirm their eligibility for each chemical for
which the alternate threshold was applied.

A facility  that fits within  the category description, and
manufactures, processes or otherwise uses no more than
one-million pounds of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
annually,  and whose owner/operator  elects to take
advantage of the alternate threshold is not considered an
EPCRA section 313 covered  facility for that chemical for
the purpose of submitting a Form  R. This determination
may provide further regulatory relief from other federal
or state regulations that apply to facilities on the basis of
their EPCRA section 313 reporting status. A facility will
need  to  reference  other  applicable  regulations  to
determine if their actual requirements may be affected by
this reporting modification.

D.5 Multi-establishment Facilities

For the purposes of using Form A, the facility must also
. make its determination based upon the entire facility's
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 operations including all of its establishments (see 59 FR
 61488 for greater detail).  If the facility as a whole is able
 to take advantage of the alternate threshold, a single
 Form A is required. The eligibility to submit a Form A
 must be made on a whole facility determination. Thus,
 all  of  the  information   necessary   to   make  the
 determination must be assembled to the facility level.
 D.6  Trade Secrets

 EPA is requiring that a facility submit a unique Form A
 for  each EPCRA Section 313 chemical  meeting the
 conditions of; the alternate threshold.  Facilities may
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E.  Instructions for Completing EPA Form A
The following are specific instructions for completing
each part of EPA Form A. All of the facility identification
data elements that appear on Form A are a subset of and
are identical to those on Form R except for the content of
the statement to be signed by an authorized individual.
The number designations of the parts  and sections of
these instructions correspond to those in Form R unless
otherwise indicated. Beginning with the 1998 reporting
year,  facilities may enter as many  chemicals  as are
eligible on a single Form A.

For all parts of Form A:

Q  Type or print information on the form in the format
    requested. Use black ink.  (Using blue ink for the
    certification signature is suggested as a means of
    indicating its originality.)

Q  All information on the Form A is required.

Q  Do not leave items in Parts I and II on the Form A
    blank unless specifically directed to do so; if an item
    does not apply to you, enter not applicable, NA, in
    the space provided. If your information does not fill
    all the spaces provided for a type of information,
    enter NA, in the next blank space in the sequence.

Q  Do not submit an incomplete form.  The certification
    statement (Part I, Section 3) specifies that the report
    is complete as submitted. See page 1 of these
    instructions  for  the  definition  of  a  complete
    submission.

Part I.  Facility Identification
          Information

Section 1.   Reporting Year

This  is  the  calendar year to which the  reported
information applies, not the year  in  which you are
submitting the report. Information for the 1999 reporting
year must be submitted on or before July 1, 2000.

Section 2.   Trade Secret Information

2.1  Are you claiming the EPCRA Section 313
     chemical identified on page 2 trade secret?

If facilities wish to report more than one eligible chemical
on the same Form A, then they are not able to make trade
secrecy claims. Any trade secrecy claims must be made
on a separate form,  and then the process is the same as
using the  Form R and as described in the following
instructions.

The specific identity of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
being reported in Part II, Section 1, may be designated as
a trade secret., If you are making a trade secrecy claim,
mark "yes" and proceed to Section 2.2. Only check "yes"
if you manufacture, process, or otherwise use the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical whose identity is a trade secret.
(See page 2 of these instructions for specific information
on trade secrecy claims.) If you checked "no," proceed
to Section 3; do not answer Section 2.2.

2.2  If "yes" in 2.1, is this copy sanitized or
    unsanitized?

Check "sanitized" if this copy of the report is the public
version that does not  contain the EPCRA Section 313
chemical identity but does contain a generic name in its
place, and you  have claimed  the EPCRA Section 313
chemical identity trade secret in  Part  I, Section 2.1.
Otherwise, check "unsanitized."

Section 3.   Certification

The Form A must be signed by the owner or operator or
a senior official with management responsibility for the
person (or persons) completing the form. The owner,
operator,  or  official must certify  the accuracy  and
completeness of the information reported on the form by
signing and  dating the Form A.   Each report must
contain an original signature. Unlike the certification
statement contained  on  Form  R, the  certification
statement provided on the Alternate Threshold Form A
pertains to the  facility's eligibility of having met the
conditions as: described in Section D or in the Federal
Register 59 FR 61488 (November 30,1994). Print or type
in the space provided  the name and title of the person
who signs the statement.  This certification statement
applies to all the information supplied on the form and
should be signed only after the form has been completed.

Section 4.  Facility Identification

4.1  Facility Name, Location, and TRI Facility
     Identification Number

Enter the name of your facility (plant site name or
appropriate facility designation), street address, mailing
address, city, county,  state, and zip code in the space
provided. Do not use ,a post office box number as the
street address.  The street address provided should be
the location where the  EPCRA Section 313 chemicals are
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   manufactured^ processed, or otherwise used.  If your
   mailing address and street address are the same, enter
   NA in the space for the mailing address. Note that the
   mailing address is provided first, followed by the street
"   address.
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   If you have submitted a Form R for previous reporting
   years'^ a  TRI Facility Identification Number has been
   assigned to your facility. If you cannot locate your TRI
   Facility  Identification  Number,  please  contact  the
   Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
   Information Hotline (see page 4).
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   Enter "NA" in the space for the TRI Facility Identification
   Number  if  your facility has never filed a  Form A
   (certification  statement)  or  a  Form R.  If you have
   previously submitted a Form A or a Form R, use the TRI
  Facility Identification  Number that you  have been
  assigned. If you previously submitted a Form A or a
  Form R, but do not know what it is, contact the EPCRA
  Hotline.  If your facility has moved, do not enter your
  TRI facility identif icatioi} number, enter NEW FACILITY.

  4.2  Federal Facility Designation

  On  August 3,1993, Executive Order 12856  was signed
  that  Directs   federal  facilities  to  comply   with
  Right-To-Know   Laws   and   Pollution   Prevention
  Requirements.  Please indicate in 4.2.C. if the reporting
  facility is a federal facility. If the reporting facility is not
  a federal facility, leave this space blank. Form R allows
  a faci|ity  to report multiple submissions for the same
  chemical  if the  facility is composed of several distinct
  establishments.  This data element provides the option of
  reporting full or partial facility information on Form R,
  however, tin's is not applicable for those facilities taking
  advantage of the Alternate Threshold and Form A. An
  explanation of this is provided in Section D.

  4.3  Technical Contact

  Enter th.e, name and telephone  number (including area
  code) of a technical representative whom EPA or State
  Officials may contact for clarification of the information
  reported on Form A. This contact person does not have
  to be the same person who prepares the report or signs
  the Form A and does not necessarily need to be someone
  at the location of the  reporting facility; however, this
  person must be familiar with the details of the report so
  that he  or she  can answer  questions  about  the
  information provided.
                                                   4.4  Intentionally Left Blank

                                                   4.5  Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code

                                                   Enter  the  appropriate  four-digit  primary Standard
                                                   Industrial Classification  (SIC) code for your facility.
                                                   Table I lists the SIC codes 10 (except  1011, 1081, and
                                                   1094), 12 (except 1241), 20-39, 4911 (limited to facilities
                                                   that combust coal  and/or  oil  for  the purpose  of
                                                   generating electricity for distribution in commerce), 4931
                                                   (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the
                                                   purpose of  generating  electricity for distribution  in
                                                   commerce), 4939 (limited to facilities that combust coal
                                                   and/or oil for the purpose of generating electricity for
                                                   distribution  in commerce), 4953 (limited to facilities
                                                   regulated under the RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C. section
                                                   6921 et seq.), 5169, 5171, and 7389 (limited to facilities
                                                   primarily engaged in solvents recovery services on a
                                                   contract or fee basis). If the report covers more than one
                                                   establishment, enter the primary four-digit SIC code for
                                                   each establishment starting with the primary SIC code for
                                                   the entire facility. You are, required to enter SIC codes
                                                   within SIC codes 10 (except 1011, 1081, and 1094), 12
                                                   (except  1241), 20-39, 4911  (limited to facilities  that
                                                   combust coal and/or oil for the purpose of generating
                                                   electricity for distribution in commerce), 4931 (limited to
                                                   facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the purpose of
                                                   generating electricity for distribution in commerce), 4939
                                                   (limited  to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the
                                                   purpose of generating  electricity for  distribution in
                                                   commerce), 4953 (limited to facilities regulated under the
                                                   RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C. section 6921 et sec/.), 5169,
                                                   5171, and 7389 (limited to facilities primarily engaged in
                                                   solvents recovery services on a contract or fee basis). If
                                                   you do not know your SIC code, consult the 1987 SIC
                                                   Manual (see page 5).

                                                   The North  American Industry Classification  System
                                                   (NAICS), is a new economic classification system that
                                                   will replace the 1987 SIC code system. EPA will address
                                                   the SIC  code change, as it relates  to  EPCRA, in  an
                                                   upcoming  Federal Register notice.   This  upcoming
                                                   change does NOT affect the 1999 EPCRA  section  313
                                                   reporting.
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                                                        Instructions for Completing Part I of EPA Form A
4.6  Latitude and Longitude

Enter the latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates of your
facility. Sources of these data include EPA permits (e.g.,
NPDES permits), county  property  records,  facility
blueprints, and site plans.   Instructions on  how  to
determine these coordinates can be found in Appendix E.
Enter only numerical data. Do not preface numbers with
letters  such as N, S, E, or W to denote the hemisphere.
Latitude and longitude coordinates of your facility are
very important for pinpointing the location of reporting
facilities and are required elements on the Form A. EPA
encourages   facilities  to  make  the  best  possible
measurements when determining latitude and longitude.
As  with any other data field, missing, suspect,  or
incorrect data may generate a Notice of Technical Error
to be issued to the facility. (See Appendix C: Common
Errors in Completing Form R Reports and Making Data
Available).

4.7  Dun & Bradstreet Number(s)

Enter  the nine-digit number  assigned  by  Dun  &
Bradstreet (D & B) for your facility or each establishment
within your facility. These numbers code the facility for
financial purposes.  This number may be available from
your facility's treasurer or financial officer. You can also
obtain the numbers from your local D & B office (check
the telephone book White Pages).  If a facility does not
subscribe to the D & B service, a "support number" can
be  obtained from  the  center located in  Allentown,
Pennsylvania, at (215) 882-7748 (8:30 am to 8:00 pm,
Eastern Time).  If none of your establishments has been
assigned a D & B number, enter NA in box (a). If only
some of your establishments have been assigned Dun &
Bradstreet numbers,  enter  those  numbers in Part I,
section 4.7.

4.8  EPA Identification Number(s)

The EPA I.D. Number is a 12-character number assigned
to facilities covered  by hazardous waste  regulations
under RCRA.  Facilities not covered by RCRA are not
likely  to have an assigned I.D. Number. If your facility
is not required  to have an  I.D.  Number, enter not
applicable, NA, in box (a).  If your facility has been
assigned EPA Identification Numbers, you must enter
those numbers in the spaces provided in Section 4.8.
       4.9  Facility NPDES Permit Number(s)

       Enter the numbers of any permits your facility holds
       under the National Pollutant Discharge  Elimination
       System (NPDES) even if the permit(s) do not pertain to
       the EPCRA Section 313 chemical being reported. This
       nine-character permit number is assigned to your facility
       by EPA or the  State under the authority of the Clean
       Water Act. If your facility does not have a permit, enter
       NA, in Section 4.9a.

       4.10  Underground Injection Well Code (UIC)
             Identification Number(s)

       If your facility has a permit to inject a waste containing
       the EPCRA Section 313 chemical into Class 1 deep wells,
       enter the 12-digit Underground  Injection Well Code
       (UIC) identification number assigned by EPA or by the
       State under the authority of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
       If your facility does not hold such a permit(s), enter NA
       in Section 4.10a. You are only required to provide the
       UIC number for wells that receive the EPCRA Section 313
       chemical being reported.

       Section 5.   Parent Company Information

       You must provide information on your parent company.
       For purposes of the Form A, a parent company is defined
       as the highest level company, located in the United
       States, that directly owns at least 50 percent of the voting
       stock of your company.  If your facility is owned by a
       foreign entity, enter NA in this space. Corporate names
       should be treated  as  parent  company  names  for
       companies with multiple facility sites. For example, the
       Bestchem Corporation is not owned or controlled by any
       other corporation  but has sites throughout the country
       whose  names  begin with  Bestchem.   In  this case,
       Bestchem Corporation would be listed as the parent
       company. Note that a facility that is a 50:50 joint venture
       is its own parent company.

       5.1    Name of Parent Company

       Enter the name of the corporation or other business
       entity that is your ultimate US parent company. If your
       facility has no parent company, check the NA box.

       5.2    Parent Company's Dun & Bradstreet Number

       Enter the Dun & Bradstreet (D & B) Number for your
       ultimate US parent company, if applicable. The number
       may be obtained from the treasurer or financial officer of

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  Instritctionsfor Completing Part II of EPA Form A
 the company. If your parent company does not have a
 D&B number, check the NA box.

 Part II.  Chemical Identification
 Reporting on the Alternate Threshold Form A for metals,
 metal category compounds, and mixed isomers differs
 somewhat from Form R reporting. Please refer to Section
 D for these guidelines.

 Section 1.   Toxic Chemical Identity

 (Important: DO NOT complete this  section if you
 completed Section 2 of Part II below.)
     ซ".  ":   ' . i	*• • •-!  •'       .         t     '
 1.1  CAS Number

 Enter the Chemical Abstracts Service  (CAS)  registry
 number in Section 1.1 exactly as it appears in Table II for
 the  chemical  being reported.   CAS numbers are
 cross-referenced with an alphabetical list of chemical
 names in Table II of  these instructions.   If you are
 reporting one of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
 categories  in  Table  II,  part  c  (e.g.,  chromium
 compounds), enter the applicable category code in the
 CAS number  space.  EPCRA Section 313 chemical
 category codes are listed below and can also be found in
 Table II, part c and Appendix B-l.

 EPCRA Section 313 Chemical Category Codes

 N010     Antimony compounds
 N020     Arsenic compounds
 N040     Barium compounds
 N05Q     Beryllium compounds
 N078     Cadmium compounds
 N084     Chlorophenols
 N090     Chromium compounds
 N096     Cobalt compounds
 N100    Copper compounds
 N106    Cyanide compounds
 N120    Diisocyanates
 NT 71    Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic  acid, salts and
     j!j|./"i esters (iBDCs) '
 N230    Certain glyco] ethers
 N420    Lea.jd( compounds
 N450    Manganese compounds
 N458    Mercury compounds
 N495    Nickel compounds
 N503    Nicotin^ and salts
 N511     Nitrate compounds (water dissociable;
          reportable only when in aqueous solution)
 N575     Polybrpminated biphenyls (PBBs)
 N583     Polychlorinated alkanes (CIO to C13)
 N590     Poly cyclic aromatic compounds (PACs)
 N725     Selenium compounds
 N740     Silver compounds
 N746     Strychnine and salts
 N760     Thallium compounds
 N874     Warfarin and salts
 N982     Zinc compounds

 If you are making a trade secret claim, you must report
 the CAS number or category code on your unsanitized
 Form A and unsanitized substantiation form.  Do not
 include the CAS number or category  code on your
 sanitized Form A or sanitized substantiation form.

 1.2  EPCRA Section 313 Chemical or Chemical
     Category Name

 Enter the name of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical or
 chemical category exactly as it appears in Table II.  If the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical name is followed by a
 synonym in (parentheses), report the chemical by the
 name that directly follows the CAS number (i.e., not the
 synonym). If the EPCRA Section 313 chemical identity is
 actually  a product trade name (e.g., dicofol), the 9th
 Collective Index name is listed below it in brackets. You
 may report either name in this case.

 Do not list the name of a chemical that does not appear
 in Table II, such as individual members of a reportable
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical category.  For example, if
 you use silver nitrate, do not report silver nitrate with its
 CAS  number.    Report  this  chemical  as  "silver
 compounds" with its category code N740.
If you are making a trade secret claim, you must report
the specific EPCRA Section 313 chemical identity on your
unsanitized Form A and unsanitized substantiation form.
Do not report the name of the EPCRA  Section  313
chemical on  your sanitized  Form  A or  sanitized
substantiation form. Include a generic name in Part II,
Section 1.3 of your sanitize^ Form A.

1.3 Generic Chemical Name

Complete Section 1.3 only if you are claiming the specific
EPCRA Section 313 chemical identity of  the EPCRA
Section 313 chemical as atrade secret and have marked
the trade secret block in Part I, Section 2.1 on page 1 of
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                                                   Instructions for Completing Part II of EPA Form A
Form A.   Enter a generic chemical name  that  is
descriptive of the chemical structure. You must limit the
generic name to seventy characters (e.g., numbers, letters,
spaces, punctuation) or less. Do not enter mixture names
in Section 1.3; see Section 2 on next page.

In-house plant codes and other substitute names that are
not structurally descriptive of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical identity being withheld as a trade secret are not
acceptable as a generic name.  The generic name must
appear on both sanitized and unsanitized Form A, and
the name must  be the  same as that used on your
substantiation forms.

Section 2.   Mixture Component Identity

Report the generic name  provided to you by your
supplier in this section if your supplier is claiming the
chemical identity proprietary or trade secret.  Do not
answer "yes" in Part I, Section 2.1 on page 1 of the form
if you complete this section. You do not need to supply
trade secret substantiation forms for this EPCRA Section
313 chemical because it is your supplier who is claiming
the chemical identity a trade secret.
2.1  Generic Chemical Name Provided by Supplier

Enter the generic chemical name in this section only if the
following three conditions apply:

1.   You determine that the mixture contains an EPCRA
    Section 313 chemical but the only identity you have
    for that chemical is a generic name;

2.   You know either the specific concentration of that
    EPCRA Section 313 chemical  component  or a
    maximujn or average concentration level; and

3.   You multiply the concentration level by the total
    annual amount of the whole mixture processed or
    otherwise used and determine that you meet the
    process or otherwise use threshold for that single,
    generically identified mixture component.
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 Table!.  SIC codes
 10  Metal Mining (except 1011,1081
     and 1094)

 1021   Copper Ores
' 1031   Lead and Zinc Ores
 1041   Gold Ores
 1044   Silver Ores
 1061   Ferroalloy Ores, Except Vanadium
 1099   Miscellaneous Metal Ores, Not Elsewhere
       Classified

 12    Coal Mining (except 1241)

 1221   Bituminous Coal and Lignite Surface Mining
 1222   Bituminous Coal Underground Mining
 1231   Anthracite Mining

 20    Food and Kindred Products

 2011   Meat packing plants
 2013   Sausages and other prepared meat products
 2015   Poultry slaughtering and processing
 2021   Creamery butter
 2022   Natural, processed, and imitation cheese
 2023   Dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy
       products
 2024   Ice cream and frozen desserts
 2026   Fluid milk
 2032  Canned specialties
 2033   Canned fruits, vegetables, preserves, jams, and
       jellies
 2034  Dried and dehydrated fruits, vegetables, and
       soup mixes
 2035  Pickled fruits and vegetables, vegetable sauces
       and seasonings, and salad dressings
 2037  Frozen fruits, fruit juices, and vegetables
 2038  Frozen specialties, n.e.c.*
 2041   Flour and other grain mill products
 2043  Cereal breakfast foods
 2044  Rice milling
 2045  Prepared flour mixes and doughs
 2046  Wet corn milling
 2047  Dog and cat food
 2048  Prepared feeds and feed ingredients for animals
       and fowls, except dogs and cats
 2051  Bread and other bakery products, except
       cookies and crackers
 •2052  Cookies and crackers
 2053  Frozen bakery products, except bread
 2061  Cane sugar, except refining
        2062  Cane sugar refining
        2063  Beet sugar
        2064  Candy and other confectionery products
        2066  Chocolate and cocoa products
        2067  Chewing gum
        2068  Salted and roasted nuts and seeds
        2074  Cottonseed oil mills
        2075  Soybean oil mills
        2076  Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c.*
        2077  Animal and marine fats and oils
        2079  Shortening, table oils, margarine, and other
              edible fats and oils, n.e.c.*
        2082  Malt beverages
        2083  Malt
        2084  Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits
        2085  Distilled and blended liquors
        2086  Bottled and canned soft drinks and carbonated
              waters
        2087  Flavoring extracts  and flavoring syrups, n.e.c.*
        2091  Canned and cured fish and seafoods
        2092  Prepared fresh or frozen fish and seafoods
        2095  Roasted coffee
        2096  Potato chips, corn  chips, and similar snacks
        2097  Manufactured ice
        2098  Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, and noodles
        2099  Food preparations, n.e.c.*

        21   Tobacco Products

        2111  Cigarettes
        2121  Cigars
        2131  Chewing and smoking tobacco and snuff
        2141  Tobacco stemming and redrying

        22   Textile Mill Products

        2211  Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton
        2221  Broadwoven fabric mills, manmade fiber, and
              silk
        2231  Broadwoven fabric mills, wool (including
              dyeing and finishing)
        2241  Narrow fabric and other small wares mills:
              cotton, wool, silk,  and manmade fiber
        2251  Women's full length and knee length hosiery,
              except socks
        2252  Hosiery, n.e.c.*
        2253  Knit outerwear mills
        2254  Knit underwear and nightwear mills
        2257  Weft knit fabric mills
        2258  Lace and warp knit fabric mills
        2259  Knitting mills, n.e.c.*
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  2261  Finishers of Broadwoven fabrics of cotton
  2262  Finishers of Broadwoven fabrics of manmade
        liber and silk
     _ I.'T? "!   ••,";<",•  :J:l	!i: '!'	  J   i,', i '  I 	 :'     .1
  2269  Finishers of textiles, n.e.c.*
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  2273  Carpets and rugs
  2281  Yarn spinning mills
  2282  Yarn texturizing, throwing, twisting, and
        winding mills
  2284  Thread mills
  2295  Coated fabrics, not rubberized
  2296  Tire cord and fabrics
  2297  Nonwoven fabrics
  2298  Cordage and twine
  2299  Textile goods, n.e.c *

  23   Apparel and Other Finished
        Products made  from Fabrics and
        Other Similar Materials

  2311  Men's and boys' suits, coats, and overcoats
  2321  Men's and boys' shirts, except work shirts
  2322  Men's and boys' underwear and nightwear
  2323  Men's and boys' neckwear
  2325  Men's and bpys' separate trousers and slacks
  2326  Men's and boys' work clothing
;J2329 'Jylen's and b^gys'', Clothing, n.e.c.*
  2331  Women's, misses', and juniors' blouses and
       • shirts	
  2335  Women's, misses', and juniors' dresses
  2337  Women's, misses', and juniors' suits, skirts, and
       .coats
  2339  Women's, misses', and juniors', outerwear,
 „ if,     Kt,A	 i II . 'i .,  ''I'l'1* .iiซ;fin ป'"i. .'."ii'iiiiii  ' i	, '       ,„   ,
 ""'  .    hle,c*
  2341  Women's, misses', children's, and infants'
4'     Niihderwear and nightwear"'
  2342  Brassieres, girdles, and allied garments
  2353  Hats, caps, and millinery
  2361  Girls', children's and infants' dresses, blouses,
in   ••• .""arid shirts  	
  2369  Girls', children's ancl infants' outerwear, n.e.c.*
tl|37i ,"||^rgoods""""	'"'  "	'	'	"	' '	
  2381 jDress and work gloves, except knit and all
        leather
  2384  Robes and dressing gowns
 2385  Waterproof outerwear
 2386  Leather and sheep lined clothing
 2387  Apparel  belts
 2389  Apparel  and accessories,  n.e.c.*
 2391  Curtains and draperies
 2392 House furnishings, except curtains and
       draperies
 2393  Textile bags
 2394  Canvas and related products
 2395  pleating, decorative and novelty stitching, and
       tucking for the trade
 2396  Automotive trimmings, apparel findings, and
       related products
 2397  Schiffli machine embroideries
 2399  Fabricated textile products, n.e.c.*
                         i
 24    Lumber and Wood Products,
       Except Furniture

 2411  Logging
 2421  Sawmills and planing mills, general
 2426  Hardwood dimension and flooring mills
 2429  Special product sawmills, n.e.c.*
 2431  Millwork
 2434  Wood kitchen cabinets
 2435  Hardwood veneer and  plywood
 2436  Softwood veneer and plywood
 2439  Structural wood members, n.e.c.*
 2441  Nailed and lock corner wood boxes and shook
 2448  Wood pallets and skids
 2449  Wood containers, n.e.c.*
 2451  Mobile homes
 2452  Prefabricated wood buildings and components
 2491  Wood preserving
 2493  Reconstituted wood products
 2499  Wood products, n.e.c.*

 25    Furniture and Fixtures

 2511  Wood household furniture, except upholstered
 2512  Wood household furniture, upholstered
    , • ,111,1	, ,ii|, ,.i| , •• ,11,1,1 " i1 -'ijiRii ,'	  	; ||-I, ,,: :  ',- • r
 2514  Metal household furniture
 2515  Mattresses, foundations, and convertible beds
 2517  Wood television, radio, phonograph, and
       sewing machine cabinets
 2519  Household furniture, n.e.c.*
 2521  _ Wood officg furniture
 2522  Office furniture, except wood
2531   Public building and related furniture
2541   Wood office and storp fixtures, partitions,
       shelving, and lockers
2542   Office and store fixtures, partitions, shelving,
       and lockers, except wood
2591   Drapery hardware and  window blinds and
       shades
2599   Furniture and fixtures, n.e.c.*
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26   Paper and Allied Products

2611  Pulp miUs
2621  Paper mills
2631  Paperboard mills
2652  Setup paperboard boxes
2653  Corrugated and solid fiber boxes
2655  Fiber cans, tubes, drums, and similar products
2656  Sanitary food containers, except folding
2657  Folding paperboard boxes, including sanitary
2671  Packaging paper and plastics film, coated and
      laminated
2672  Coated and laminated paper, n.e.c.*
2673  Plastics, foil, and coated paper bags
2674  Uncoated paper and multiwall bags
2675  Die-cut paper and paperboard and cardboard
2676  Sanitary paper products
2677  Envelopes
2678  Stationery tablets, and related products
2679  Converted paper and paperboard products,
      n.e.c.*

27   Printing, Publishing, and Allied
      Industries

2711  Newspapers: publishing, or publishing and
      printing
2721  Periodicals: publishing, or publishing and
      printing
2731  Books: publishing, or publishing and printing
2732  Book printing
2741  Miscellaneous publishing
2752  Commercial printing, lithographic
2754  Commercial printing, gravure
2759  Commercial printing, n.e.c.*
2761  Manifold business forms
2771  Greeting cards
2782  Blank books, looseleaf binders and devices
2789  Bookbinding and related work
2791  Typesetting
2796  Plate making and related services

28   Chemicals and Allied Products

2812  Alkalies and chlorine
2813  Industrial gases
2816  Inorganic pigments
2819  Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c.*
2821  Plastics materials, synthetic resins, and
      non-vulcanizable elastomers
2822  Synthetic rubber (vulcanizable elastomers)
                                                    Table I
         2823  Cellulosic manmade fibers
         2824  Manmade organic fibers, except cellulosic
         2833  Medicinal chemicals and botanical products
         2834  Pharmaceutical preparations
         2835  In vitro and in vivo diagnostic substances
         2836  Biological products, except diagnostic
               substances
         2841  Soap and other detergents, except specialty
               cleaners
         2842  Specialty cleaning, polishing, and sanitation
               preparations
         2843  Surface active agents, finishing agents,
               sulfonated oils, and assistants
         2844  Perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet
               preparations
         2851  Paints, varnishes, lacquers, enamels, and allied
               products
         2861  Gum and wood chemicals
         2865  Cyclic organic crudes and intermediates, and
               organic dyes and pigments
         2869  Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c.*
         2873  Nitrogenous fertilizers
         2874  Phosphatic fertilizers
         2875  Fertilizers, mixing only
         2879  Pesticides and agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.*
         2891  Adhesives and sealants
         2892  Explosives
         2893  Printing ink
         2895  Carbon black
         2899  Chemicals and chemical preparations, n.e.c.*

         29    Petroleum Refining and Related
               Industries

         2911  Petroleum refining
         2951  Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks
         2952  Asphalt felts and coatings
         2992  Lubricating oils and greases
         2999  Products of petroleum and coal, n.e.c.*

         30    Rubber and Miscellaneous
               Plastics Products

         3011  Tires and inner tubes
         3021  Rubber and plastics footwear
         3052  Rubber and plastics hose and belting
         3053  Gaskets, packing, and sealing devices
         3061  Molded, extruded, and lathe cut mechanical
               rubber products
         3069  Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c.*
         3081  Unsupported plastics film and sheet
         3082  Unsupported plastics profile shapes
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 3083  Laminated plastics plate, sheet, and profile
       shapes
 3084  Plastics pipe
 3085  Plastics bottles
 3086  Plastics foam products
 3087  Custom compounding of purchased plastics
       resins
 3088  Plastics plumbing fixtures
 3089  Plastics products, n.e.c.*
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 31   Leather .and Leather Products
 31 11
 3131
 3142
 3143
 3144
 3149
 3151
 3161
 3171
 3172

 3199

 32
 3211
 3221
 3229
 3231
 3241
 3251
 3253
 3255
 3259
 3261

 3262
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 3263

 326-1
 3269
 3271
 3272
 3273
J274,
 3275
 3281
 3291
               Leather tanning and finishing
               Boot and shoe cut stock and findings
               House slippers
               Men's Footwear, except athletic
               Women's footwear, except athletic
               Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c.* •
               Leather gloves and mittens
               Luggage
               Women's handbags and purses
               personal leather goods, except
               women'shandbags and purses
               Leather goods, n.e.c.*

               Stone, Clay, Glass and Concrete
               Products
             ir  •   , .h;   "itt  i'J.';!   .    .    ':''••       . '  .
               Flat glass
               Glass containers
               Pressed and blown glass and glassware, n.e.c.*
               Glass products, made of purchased glass
               Cement, hydraulic
               Brick and structural clay tile
               Ceramic wall and floor tile
               Clay refractories
               Structural clay products, n.e.c.*
               Vitreous china plumbing fixtures and china and
               earthenware fittings and bathroom accessories
               Vitreous china table and kitchen articles
             !•: i   ./'   , 1,   "iaiU'llir1 „ "IHIIil - i "'(' ' *'  "1. I'* '!!;  "'  ..'..,
               Fine earthenware (whiteware) table and kitchen
               articles
               Porcelain electrical supplies
               Pottery products, n.e.c.*
               Concrete blqck and brick
               Concrete products, except block and brick
               Ready mixed concrete
             "Lime'   '  .......... [  ' ..... ^
               Gypsum products
               Cut stone and stone products
               Abrasive products
3292  Asbestos products
3295  Minerals and earths, ground or otherwise
      treated
3296  Mineral wool      j
3297  Monday refractories:
3299  Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c.*
                        i

33   Primary Metal Industries
    1  '';!,; •  '...' 1.I.; , '"ir;:*!	,;'  -";, t'l-.-ll!,:" ..' ;V- '"   ;•.' '	:! •   :• ป" I'1!1'!"
3312  Steel works, blast furnaces (including coke
      ovens), and rolling mills
3313  Electrometallurgical products, except steel
3315  Steel wiredrawing and steel nails and spikes
3316  Cold-rolled steel sheet, strip, and bars
3317  Steel pipe and tubes
3321  Gray arid ductile iron foundries
3322  Malleable iron foundries
3324  Steel investment foundries
3325  Steel foundries, ri.eic.*
3331  Primary smelting and refining of copper
3334  Primary production of aluminum
3339  Primary smelting and refining of nonferrous
      metals, except copper and aluminum
3341  Secondary smelting and refining of nonferrous
     1 metal's	    '   j
3351  Rolling, drawing, and extruding of copper
3353  Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil
3354  Aluminum extruded products
3355  Aluminum rolling and drawing, n.e.c.*
3356  Rolling, drawing, and extruding of nonferrous
      metals, except copper and aluminum
3357  Drawing and insulating of nonferrous wire
3363  Aluminum die-castings
3364  Nonferrous die-castings, except aluminum
3365  Aluminum foundries
3366  Copper foundries
3369  Nonferrous foundries, except aluminum and
      copper
3398  Metal heat treating
3399  Primary metal products, n.e.c.*

34   Fabricated Metal Products, except
      Machinery  and Transportation
      Equipment

3411  Metal cans
3412  Metal shipping barrels, drums, kegs, and pails
3421  Cutlery
3423  Hand and edge  tools, except machine tools and
      handsaws
3425  Handsaws and saw blades
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3429  Hardware, n.e.c.*
3431  Enameled iron and metal sanitary ware
3432  Plumbing fixture fittings and trim
3433  Heating equipment, except electric and warm
      air furnaces
3441  Fabricated structural metal
3442  Metal doors, sash, frames, molding, and trim
3443  Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)
3444  Sheet metal work
3446  Architectural and ornamental metal work
3448  Prefabricated metal buildings and components
3449  Miscellaneous structural metal work
3451  Screw machine products
3452  Bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and washers
3462  Iron and steel forgings
3463  Nonferrous forgings
3465  Automotive stampings
3468  Crowns and closures
3469  Metal stampings, n.e.c.*
3471  Electroplating, plating, polishing, anodizing,
      and coloring
3479  Coating, engraving and allied services, n.e.c.*
3482  Small arms ammunition
3483  Ammunition, except for small arms
3484  Small arms
3489  Ordnance and  accessories, n.e.c.*
3491  Industrial valves
3492  Fluid power valves and hose fittings
3493  Steel springs, except wire
3494  Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c.*
3495  Wire springs
3496  Miscellaneous  fabricated wire products
3497  Metal foil and leaf
3498  Fabricated pipe and pipe fittings
3499  Fabricated metal products, n.e.c.*

35   Industrial  and Commercial
      Machinery and Computer
      Equipment

3511  Steam, gas and hydraulic turbines, and turbine
      generator set units
3519  Internal combustion engines, n.e.c.*
3523  Farm machinery and equipment
3524  Lawn and garden tractors and home lawn and
      garden equipment
3531  Construction machinery and equipment
3532  Mining machinery and equipment, except oil
      and gas field machinery and equipment
3533  Oil and gas field machinery and equipment
3534  Elevators and moving stairways
3535  Conveyors and conveying equipment
        3536  Overhead traveling cranes, hoists, and monorail
              systems
        3537  Industrial trucks, tractors, trailers, and stackers
        3541  Machine tools, metal cutting types
        3542  Machine tools, metal forming types
        3543  Industrial patterns
        3544  Special dies and tools, die sets, jigs and fixtures,
              and industrial molds
        3545  Cutting tools, machine tool accessories, and
              machinists' measuring devices
        3546  Power driven handtools
        3547  Rolling mill machinery and equipment
        3548  Electric  and gas welding and soldering
              equipment
        3549  Metalworking machinery, n.e.c.*
        3552  Textile machinery
        3553  Woodworking machinery
        3554  Paper industries machinery
        3555  Printing trades machinery and equipment
        3556  Food products machinery
        3559  Special industry machinery, n.e.c.*
        3561  Pumps and pumping equipment
        3562  Ball and roller bearings
        3563  Air and gas compressors
        3564  Industrial and commercial fans and blowers and
              air purification equipment
        3565  Packaging equipment
        3566  Speed changers, industrial high speed drives,
              and gears
        3567  Industrial process furnaces and ovens
        3568  Mechanical power transmission equipment,
              n.e.c.*
        3569  General industrial machinery and equipment,
              n.e.c.*
        3571  Electronic computers
        3572  Computer storage devices
        3575  Computer terminals
        3577  Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.*
        3578  Calculating and accounting machines, except
              electronic computers
        3579  Office machines, n.e.c.*
        3581  Automatic  vending machines
        3582  Commercial laundry, dry-cleaning, and pressing
              machines
        3585  Air conditioning and warm air heating
              equipment and commercial and industrial
              refrigeration equipment
        3586  Measuring and dispensing pumps
        3589  Service  industry machinery, n.e.c.*
        3592  Carburetors, pistons, piston rings, and valves
        3593  Fluid power cylinders and actuators
        3594  Fluid power pumps and motors
        3596  Scales and  balances, except laboratory
 *"Not elsewhere classified" indicated by "n.e.c."
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   3599  Industrial and commercial machinery and
         equipment, n.e.c*
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   36    Electronic and Other Electrical
         Equipment and Components,
         Except Computer Equipment

   3612  Power, distribution, and specialty transformers
   3613 Switchgear and switchboard apparatus
   3621  Motors and generators
   3624 Carbon and graphite products
   3625 Relays and industrial controls
   3629 Electrical industrial appliances, n.e.c.*
   3631 Household cooking equipment
   3632 Household refrigerators and home and farm
 '	"    ",'freezers   	'
   3633 Household laundry equipment
   3634 Electrical housewares and fans
   3635 Household vacuum cleaners
   3639 Household appliances, n.e.c.*
, .,,111 ,[. • i ,  , mill; ,'i|,|'" ,, • 	,  'ii ',|i|i ,1,31,%, •* 	*   i   , .   „,
   3641  Electric lampbulbs and tubes
   3643 Current carrying wiring devices
   3644 Noncurrent carrying wiring devices
   3645 Residential electric lighting fixtures
   3646 Commercial, industrial, and institutional electric
        lighting fixtures
   3647 Vehicular lighting equipment
   3648 Lighting equipment, n.e.c.*
   3651  Household audio and video equipment
   3652  Phonograph records and pre-recorded audio
        tapes and disks
   3661  Telephone and telegraph apparatus
  3663  Radio and .television broadcasting and
        communications equipment
  3669  Communications equipment, n.e.c.*
  3671  Electron tubes
  3672  Printed circuit beards
  3674  Semiconductors and related devices
  3675  Electronic capacitors
  3676  Electronic resistors
  3677  Electronic coils, transformers, and other
        inductors
  3678  Electronic connectors
  3679  JBlectrqnic components, n.e.c.*
  3691  Storage batteries
  3692  Primary batteries, dry and wet
  3694  Electric equipment for internal combustion
        engines
  3695  Magnetic and optical recording media
  3699  Electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies,
        n.e.c,*
 37   Transportation Equipment
                                            •' rii,: 'Hi. 'hi "ISIIIfc .Sin1,!'
 3711
 3713
 3714
 3715
 3716
 3721
 3724
 3728
 3731
 3732
 3743
 3751
 3761
 3764

 3769

 3792
 3795
 3799

 38
 3812
 3821
 3822

 3823
 3824
 3825

 3826
 3827
 3829
 3841
.3842

 3843
 3844
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 Motor vehicles and passenger car bodies
 Truck,and	bus bodies	
 Motor vehicle parts and accessories
 Truck trailers
 Motor homes
" Aircraft	
 Aircraft engines and engine parts
 Aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment, n.e.c.*
 Ship building and repairing
 Boat building and repairing
 Railroad equipment
 Motorcycles, bicycles and parts
 Guided missiles and space vehicles
 Guided missile and space vehicle
 propulsionunits and propulsion unit parts
 Guided missile and space vehicle parts and
 auxiliary equipment, n.e.c.*
 Travel trailers and campers
 Tanks and tank components
 Transportation equipment, n.e.c.*

 Measuring, Analyzing, and
 Controlling Instruments;
 Photographic, Medical and
 Optical Goods; Watches and
 Clocks

 Search, detection,  navigation, guidance,
 aeronautical, and nautical systems and
 instruments
 Laboratory apparatus and furniture
 Automatic controls for regulating residential
 and commercial environments and appliances
 Industrial instruinents for measurement,
 display, and control of process variables; and
 related products
 Totalizing fluid meters and counting devices
 Instruments for measuring and testing of
 electricity and electrical signals
 Laboratory analytical instruments
 Optical instruments and lenses
 Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c.*
Surgical and medical instruments and apparatus
 Orthopedic, prosthetic, and surgical appliances
and supplies
Dental equipment and supplies
X-ray apparatus and tubes and related
irradiation apparatus

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3845  Electromedical and electrotherapeutic apparatus
3851  Ophthalmic goods
3861  Photographic equipment and supplies
3873  Watches, clocks, clockwork operated devices,
      and parts

39   Miscellaneous Manufacturing
      Industries

3911  Jewelry, precious metal
3914  Silverware, plated ware, and stainless steel ware
3915  Jewelers' findings and materials, and lapidary
      work
3931  Musical instruments
3942  Dolls and stuffed toys
3944  Games, toys and children's vehicles; except
      dolls and bicycles
3949  Sporting and athletic goods, n.e.c.*
3951  Pens, mechanical pencils, and parts
3952  Lead pencils, crayons, and artists' materials
3953  Marking devices
3955  Carbon paper and inked ribbons
3961  Costume jewelry and costume novelties, except
      precious metal
3965  Fasteners, buttons, needles, and pins
3991  Brooms and brushes
3993  Signs and advertising specialties
3995  Burial caskets
3996  Linoleum, asphalted-felt-base, and other hard
      surface floor coverings, n.e.c.*
3999  Manufacturing industries, n.e.c.*
         49    Electric, Gas, and Sanitary
               Services (limited to 4911,4931, 4939 and
               4953)

         4911   Electric Services (limited to facilities that
               combust coal and/or oil for the purpose of
               generating electricity for distribution in
               commerce)
         4931   Electric and Other Services Combined (limited
               to facilities that combust coal and/or oil for the
               purpose of generating electricity for distribution
               in commerce)
         4939   Combination utilities, Not Elsewhere Classified
               (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or oil
               for the purpose of generating electricity for
               distribution in commerce)
         4953   Refuse Systems (limited to facilities regulated
               under the RCRA Subtitle C, 42 U.S.C. section
               6921 et seq.)


         51    Wholesale Trade-Nondurable
               Goods (limited to 5169 and 5171)

         5169   Chemical and Allied Products, Not Elsewhere
               Classified
         5171   Petroleum Terminals and Bulk Stations

         73    Business Services (limited to 7389)

         7389   Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
               (limited to facilities primarily engaged in
               solvents recovery services on a contract or fee
               basis)
*"Not elsewhere classified" indicated by "n.e.c."
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Table II.  EPCRA Section 313 Chemical List For Reporting Year 1999
	(including Toxic Chemical Categories)	
Specific EPCRA Section 313 chemicals with CAS Numbers are listed in alphabetical starting on page II-3.  A list of
the same chemicals in CAS Number order begins at the end of the alphabetical list of EPCRA Section 313 chemicals.
Covered chemical categories follow.

Certain EPCRA Section 313 chemicals listed in Table II have parenthetic "qualifiers." These qualifiers indicate that
these EPCRA Section 313 chemicals are subject to the section 313 reporting requirements if manufactured, processed,
or otherwise used in a specific form or when a certain activity is performed. The following chemicals are reportable
only if they are manufactured, processed, or otherwise used in the specific form(s) listed below:
  Chemical


  Aluminum (fume or dust)

  Aluminum oxide (fibrous forms)
  CAS Registry
  Number

  7429-90-5

  1344-28-1
  Ammonia (includes anhydrous ammonia and   7664-41-7
  aqueous ammonia from water dissociable
  ammonium salts and other sources; 10
  percent of total aqueous ammonia is
  reportable under this listing)

  Asbestos (friable)                            1332-21-4

  Hydrochloric acid (acid aerosols including:      7647-01-0
  mists, vapors, gas, fog, and other airborne
  forms of any particle size)

  Phosphorus (yellow or white)                 7723-14-0

  Sulf uric acid (acid aerosols including mists,     7664-93-9
  vapors, gas, fog, and_other airborne forms of
  any particle size)

  Vanadium (fume or dust)                     7440-62-2

  Zinc (fume or dust)                           7440-66-6
Qualifier


Only if it is a fume or dust form.

Only if it is a fibrous form.

Only 10 percent of aqueous forms.
100 percent of anhydrous forms.
                        Only if it is a friable form.

                        Only if it is an aerosol form as
                        defined.
                        Only if it is a yellow or white form.

                        Only if it is an aerosol form as
                        defined.
                       Only if it is in a fume or dust form.

                       Only if it is in a fume or dust form.
The qualifier for the following two chemicals is based on the chemical activity rather than the form of the chemical.
These chemicals are subject to EPCRA section 313 reporting requirements only when the  indicated activity is
performed.
 Chemical                                  CAS Number

 Isopropyl alcohol (manufacturing — strong    67-63-0
 acid process, no supplier notification)

 Saccharin (manufacturing, no supplier         81-07-2
 notification)
                       Qualifier

                       Only if it is being manufactured by
                       the strong acid process.

                       Only if it is being manufactured.
There are no supplier notification requirements for isopropyl alcohol and saccharin since the processors and users
of these chemicals are not required to report. Manufacturers of these chemicals do not need to notify their customers
that these are reportable EPCRA section 313 chemicals
*C.I. means "Color Index"
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          Table It'
          (Note: Chemicals may be added to or deleted from the list. The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
          Information Hotline, 1 (800) 424-9346, or (703) 412-9877, will provide up-to-date information on the status of these
          changes . See section B.4.b of the instructions for more information on the Ae minimis values listed below.]
          Chemical Qualifiers

          This table contains the list of individual EPCRA Section
          313 chemicals and categories of chemicals subject to 1998
          calendar year reporting. Some of the EPCRA Section 313
          chemicals listed have parenthetic qualifiers listed next to
          them.  An EPCRA Section  313 chemical that is listed
          without a qualifier is subject to reporting in all forms in
          which it is manufactured, processed, and otherwise used.
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          Fume or dust. Three of the metals on the list (aluminum,
          vanadium, and zinc) contain the qualifier "fume or dust."
          Fume, or dust refers to dry forms of these metals but does
          not refer to "wet" forms such as solutions or slurries.  As
          explained in Section B.3.a of these instructions, the term
          manufacture includes the  generation of an EPCRA
          Section 313 chemical as a by product or impurity. In such
          cases, a facility should determine if, for example, it
          generated more than 25,000  pounds of aluminum fume
          or dust in the reporting year as a result of its activities.
          If so, the facility.  must report that it manufactures
          "aluminum (fume or dust)."  Similarly, there may be
          certain  technologies in which  one of these metals is
          processed in the form of a fume or dust to make other
          EPCRA Section 313 chemicals or other products  for
          distribution  in commerce.  In reporting  releases, the
          facility  would only report releases of the fume or dust.

          EPA  considers dusts  to consist  of solid particles
          generated by any mechanical processing of materials
          including crushing, grinding, rapid impact, handling,
          detonation, and decrepitation of organic and inorganic
          materials such as rock, ore, and metal. Dusts do not tend
          to flocculate, except under electrostatic forces. A fume is
          an airborne dispersion consisting of small solid particles
          created^  by  condensation  from  a gaseous state,  in
          distinction to a gas or vapor.  Fumes arise from the
          heating of solids such as lead. The condensation is often
          accompanied by a chemical reaction, such as oxidation.
          Fumes flocculate and sometimes coalesce.

          Manufacturing qualifiers.  Two of the entries  to the
          section  313 EPCRA Section  313 chemical list contain a
          qualifier relating to manufacture. For isopropyl alcohol,
          the qualifier  is "manufacturing — strong acid process."
          For saccharin, the qualifier simply is "manufacturing."
          For isopropyl alcohol, the qualifier means that only
facilities manufacturing isopropyl alcohol by the strong
acid process are required  to report.   In  the  case of
saccharin, only manufacturers of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical are subject to the  reporting requirements. A
facility that processes or otherwise uses either  EPCRA
Section 313 chemical would  not be required to report for
those EPCRA Section 313  chemicals.   In  both cases,
supplier  notification  does not  apply  because  only
manufacturers, not users,  of the EPCRA  Section 313
chemical must report.

Ammonia (includes anhydrous ammonia and aqueous
ammonia from water dissociable ammonium salts and
other sources; 10 percent of total aqueous ammonia is
reportable under  this  listing).    The qualifier for
ammonia means that anhydrous forms of ammonia are
100 percent reportable and aqueous forms are limited to
10 percent of total aqueous  ammonia.  Therefore when
determining threshold and releases and other waste
management quantities  all anhydrous ammonia is
included but only 10 percent of total aqueous ammonia
is included. Any evaporation of ammonia from aqueous
ammonia solutions  is considered anhydrous ammonia
and should be included in threshold determinations and
release and other waste management calculations.

Sulfuric  acid and  Hydrochloric acid (acid aerosols
including mists, vapors, gas, fog, and other airborne
forms of any particle size). The qualifier for  sulfuric
acid and hydrochloric acid means that the only forms of
this chemical that are reportable are aerosols. Aqueous
solutions are not covered by this listing but any aerosols
generated from aqueous solutions are covered.

Nitrate compounds (water dissociable; reportable only
when in aqueous solution). The qualifier for the nitrate
compounds category limits the  reporting to  nitrate
compounds that dissociate  in water, generating nitrate
ion. For  the purposes of threshold determinations the
entire weight of the nitrate compound must be included
in all calculations. For the purposes of reporting releases
and other waste management quantities only the weight
of the nitrate ion should be included in the calulations of
these quantities.

Phosphorus  (yellow or  white).   The  listing for
phosphorus is qualified by the term "yellow or  white."
This means that only manufacturing, processing, or
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 otherwise use of phosphorus  in the yellow  or  white
 chemical  form   triggers   reporting.     Conversely,
 manufacturing, processing, or otherwise use of "black"
 or "red" phosphorus does not trigger reporting. Supplier
 notification also applies only to distribution of yellow or
 white phosphorus.

 Asbestos (friable). The listing for asbestos is  qualified
 by  the  term "friable,"   referring  to  the  physical
 characteristic of being able to be crumbled, pulverized, or
 reducible  to  a powder with  hand  pressure.   Only
 manufacturing, processing, or otherwise use of asbestos
 in  the   friable form  triggers  reporting.    Supplier
 notification applies only to distribution of mixtures or
 other trade name products  containing friable asbestos.

 Aluminum Oxide (fibrous  forms).   The listing  for
 aluminum oxide is qualified by the term "fibrous forms."
 Fibrous refers to a man-made form of aluminum  oxide
 that is processed to produce strands or filaments which
 can  be  cut to various lengths  depending  on  the
 application.    Only  manufacturing,  processing,   or
 otherwise  use of aluminum oxide in the fibrous form
 triggers reporting. Supplier notification applies only to
 distribution of mixtures or other trade name products
 containing fibrous forms of aluminum oxide.
          a. Alphabetical List of TRI Chemicals
          CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
          71751-41-2      Abamectin [Avermectin Bl]        1.0
          30560-19-1      Acephate                         1.0
                         (Acetylphosphoramidothioic acid
                         O,S-dimethyl ester)
          75-07-0         Acetaldehyde                     0.1
          60-35-5         Acetamide                       0.1
          75-05-8        ' Acetonitrile                       1.0
          98-86-2         Acetophenone                    1.0
          53-96-3         2-AcetyIaminofluorene            0.1
          62476-59-9      Acifluorfen, sodium salt           1.0
                         [5-(2-Chloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)-
                         phenoxy)-2-nitrobenzoic acid,
                         sodium salt]
          107-02-8        Acrolein                          1.0
          79-06-1       ;  Acrylamide                       0.1
          79-10-7         Acrylic acid                       1.0
          107-13-1        Acrylonitrile                      0.1
          15972-60-8      Alachlor                          1.0
          116-06-3        Aldicarb                          1.0
          309-00-2        Aldrin                            1.0
                         [l,4:5,8-Dimethanonaphthalene,
                         l,2,3,4,10,10-hexachloro-l,4,4a,
                         5,8,8a-hexahydro-(l.alpha.,
                        4.alpha.,4a.beta.,5.alpha.,8.alpha.,
                        Sa.beta.)-]
          28057-48-9      d-trans-Allethrin                  1.0
                         [d-trans-Chrysanthemic acid of
                        d-allethrone]
          107-18-6       AUyl alcohol                      1.0
          107-11-9       Allylamine                        1.0
          107-05-1       Allyl chloride                     1.0
          7429-90-5      Aluminum (fume or dust)           1.0
          20859-73-8    ' Aluminum phosphide              1.0
          1344-28-1      Aluminum oxide (fibrous forms)    1.0
          834-12-8       Ametryn                          1.0
                        (N-Ethyl-N'-(l-methylethyl)-6-
                        (methylthio)-l,3,5,-triazine-
                        2,4-diamine)
         117-79-3       2-Aminoanthraquinone            0.1
         60-09-3        4-Aminoazobenzene               0.1
         92-67-1        4-Aminobiphenyl                  0.1
         82-28-0        l-Amino-2-methylanthraquinone    0.1
         33089-61-1     Amitraz                           1.0
         61-82-5        Amitrole                          0.1
*C./. menus "Color Index"
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 Table II
CAS Number
Chemical Name
De Minimis
Concentration
CAS Number
Chemical Name
De Minimis
Concentration
 7664-41-7
 101-05-3
 62-53-3
 90-04-0
 104-94-9
 134-29-2
 120-12-7
 7440-36-0
 7440-18-2
 1332-|l-4
 1912-24-9
          .
 7440-39.-3
 22781-23-3
 1861-40-1
 17804-35-2
 98-87-3
 55-21-0
 ,71-43:2  !;
 92-87-5
 98-07-7

 98-88-4
 94-36-0
 100-44-7
 7440-41-7
-•1111-91-1 "
:: in-41-4 ''
 542-88-1
 108-60-t "
! 56-35^9 .. ,;
 10294-34-5
 7637-07-2
Ammonia
(includes anhydrous ammonia
and aqueous ammonia from water
dissociable ammonium salts and
other sources; 10 percent of total
aqueous ammonia is reportable
under this listing)
Anilazine
[4,6-Dichloro-N-(2-chlorophenyl)-
1 ,3,5-triazin-2-amine]
Aniline
o-Anisidine
p-Anisidine
o-Anisidine hydrochloride
Anthracene
Antimony
Arsenic,
Asbestos (friable)
Atrazme
                mi|hylethyl)-l/3,5-triazine-2/4-
                          '    '''   ' .....      '
Barium
-i'M*';. ...... 1 ........ j
Bendiqcarb
[2,2-Dimethyl-l,3-benzodioxol-4-
ol methylcarbamate]
Benfluralin
(trifluoromethyl)-benzenamine)
Benomyi
Benzal chloride
Benzamide
Benzene
Benzidine
Benzoic trichloride
(Benzotrichloride)
Benzoyl chloride
Benzoyl peroxide
Benzyl chloride
Beryllium
Bifenthrin
Biphenyl
Big(2-chloroethoxy) methane
Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether
Bis(chlbromethyl) ether
Bist2-cKloro-l-methylethyl)ether
Bis(tributyltin) oxide
Boron trichloride
Boron trifluoride
1.0    314-40-9
                                                       53404-19-6
1.0
1.0
0.1
1.0
0.1
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
7726-95-6
35691-65-7"

353-59-3

75-25-2
74-83-9

75-63-8

1689-84-5

1689-99-2
1.0
1.0


1.0


1.0
1.0
1.0
o.i
0.1
0.1

357-57-3
106-99-0
141-32-2
71-36-3
78-92-2
75-65-0
106-88-7
123-72-8
7440-43-9
156-62-7
133-06-2

 63-25-2

1563-66-2
75-15-0
56-23-5
463-58-1
5234-68-4
120-80-9
Bromacil                          1.0
(5-Bromo-6-methyl-3-(l-
methylpropyl)-2,4(lH,3H)-
pyrimidinedione)
Bromacil, lithium salt              1.0
[2,4(lH,3H)-Pyrimidinedione, 5-
bromo-6-methyl-3-(l-methyl-
propyl), lithium salt]
Bromine                          1.0
l-Bromo-l-(bromomethyl)-         1.0
1,3-propanedicarbonitrile
Bromochlorodifluoromethane       1?0
(Halon 1211)
Bromoform (Tribromomethane)     1.0
Bromomethane                    1.0
(Methyl bromide)
Bromotrifluoromethane            1.0
(Halon 1301)
Bromoxynil                       1.0
(3,5-Dibromo-4-hydroxybenzonitrile)
Bromoxynil octanoate              1.0
(Octanoic acid, 2,6-dibromo-4-
cyanophenylester)
Brucine                           1.0
1,3-Butadiene                     0.1
Butyl acrylate                     1.0
n-Butyl alcohol                    1.0
sec-Butyl alcohol                  1.6
tert-Butyl alcohol                  1,0
1,2-Butylene oxide                 1.0
Butyraldehyde                    1.0
Cadmium                         0.1
Calcium cyanamide                1.0
Captan                           1.0
[lH-Isoindole-l,3(2H)-dione,
3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro-2-
[(trichloromethyl)thio]-]
Carbaryl [1-Naphthalenol,         1.0
methylcarbamate]
Carbofuran                       1-0
Carbon disulfide                  1.0
Carbon tetrachloride               0.1
Carbonyl sulfide                  1.0
Carboxin                         1.0
(5/6-Dihydro-2-methyl-N-
phenyl-l^-oxathiin-S-carboxamide)
Catechol                          1.0
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                                                                                                    Table II
 CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                        De Minimis
                                      Concentration
2439-01-2


133-90-4

57-74-9
 115-28-6
 90982-32-4
7782-50-5
10049-04-4
79-11-8
532-27-4
4080-31-3

106-47-8
108-90-7
510-15-6
75-68-3

75-45-6

75-00-3
67-66-3
74-87-3
107-30-2
563-47-3
104-12-1
76-06-2
126-99-8
542-76-7
63938-10-3
354-25-6

2837-89-0

1897-45-6
95-69-2
                Chinomethionat                   1.0
                [6-Methyl-l,3-dithiolo[4;5-
                b]quinoxalin-2-one]
                Chloramben                       1.0
                [Benzoic acid, 3-amino-2,5-dichloro-]
                Chlordane                        0.1
                [4,7-Methanoindan,
                                                  0.1
                                                  1.0
               2/3/3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-]
               Chlorendic acid
               Chlorimuron ethyl
               [Ethyl-2-[[[[(4-chIoro-6-
               methoxyprimidin-2
               -yl)amino]carbonyl]amino]
               sulfonyljbenzoate]
               Chlorine
               Chlorine dioxide
               Chloroacetic acid
               2-Chloroacetophenone
               l-(3-Chloroallyl)-3,5,7-triaza-
               1-azpniaadamantane chloride
               p-Chloroaniline
               Chlorobenzene
               Chlorobenzilate
               [Benzeneacetic acid, 4-chloro-
               .alpha.- (4-chlorophenyl)-.alpha.-
               hydroxy-, ethyl ester]
               l-Chloro-l,l-difluoroethane
               (HCFC-142b)
               Chlorodifluoromethane
               (HCFC-22)
               Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride)
               Chloroform
               Chloromethane (Methyl chloride)
               Chloromethyl methyl ether
               3-Chloro-2-methyl-l-propene
               p-Chlorophenyl isocyanate
               Chloropicrin
               Chloroprene
               3-Chloropropionitrile
               Chlorotetrafluoroethane
               l-Chloro-1,1,2,2-
               tetrafluoroethane (HCFC-124a)
               2-Chloro-l,l,l,2-
               tetrafluoroethane (HCFC-124)
               Chlorothalonil
               [1,3-Benzenedicarbonitrile,
               2,4,5,6-tetrachloro-]
               p-Chloro-o-toluidine
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0

                                                 0.1
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0

                                                 1.0

                                                 1.0
                                                 0.1
                                                 1.0
                                                 0.1
                                                 0.1
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0

                                                 1.0

                                                 1.0
                                                 0.1
                                                       CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                         De Minimis
                                       Concentration
 75-88-7         2-Chloro-l,l,l-                    1.0
              :  trifluoroethane (HCFC-133a)
 75-72-9         Chlorotrifluoromethane (CFC-13)   1.0
 460-35-5      '  S-Chloro-1,1,1-                    1.0
                trifluoropropane (HCFC-253fb)
 5598-13-0       Chlorpyrifos methyl               1.0
                [O,O-Dimethyl-O-(3,5,6-trichloro-
                2-pyridyl)phosphorothioate]
 64902-72-3      Chlorsulfuron                     1.0
                [2-Chloro-N-[[(4-methoxy-6-
                methyl-l,3,5-triazin-2-yl)
                amino]carbonyl]
                benzenesulfonamide]
 7440-47-3       Chromium                        1.0
 4680-78-8       C.I. Acid Green 3                   1.0
 6459-94-5       C.I. Acid Red 114                   0.1
 569-64-2        C.I. Basic Green 4                  1.0
 989-38-8        C.I. Basic Red 1                    1.0
 1937-37-7       C.I. Direct Black 38                 0.1
 2602-46-2       C.I. Direct Blue 6                   0.1
 28407-37-6      C.I. Direct Blue 218                 1.0
 16071-86-6      C.I. Direct Brown 95    .           0.1
 2832-40-8     .  C.I. Disperse Yellow 3              1.0
 3761-53-3       C.I. Food Red 5                    0.1
 81-88-9       '  C.I. Food Red 15                   1.0
 3118-97-6       C.I. Solvent Orange 7               1.0
 97-56-3         C.I. Solvent Yellow 3               1.0
 842-07-9        C.I. Solvent Yellow 14              1.0
 492-80-8        C.I. Solvent Yellow 34              0.1
                (Auramine)
 128-66-5        C.I. Vat Yellow 4                  1.0
 7440-48-4       Cobalt                            0.1
 7440-50-8       Copper                           1.0
 8001-58-9       Creosote                          0.1
 120-71-8        p-Cresidine                       0.1
 108-39-4        m-Cresol                         1.0
 95-48-7         o-Cresol                          1.0
 106-44-5       p-Cresol                          1.0
 1319-77-3      Cresol (mixed isomers)             1.0
 4170-30-3      Crotonaldehyde                   1.0
 98-82-8        Cumene                          1.0
 80-15-9        Cumene hydroperoxide            1.0
 135-20-6       Cupferron                         0.1
               [Benzeneamine, N-hydroxy-
               N-nitroso, ammonium salt]
21725-46-2      Cyanazine                         1.0
1134-23-2      Cycloate                          1.0
110-82-7       Cyclohexane                      1.0
108-93-0        Cyclohexanol                      1.0
*C.I. means " Color Index"
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 Table II
 CAS Number  Chemical Name
                           De Minimis
                         Concentration
                                        CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                                                                               De Minimis
                                                                                             Concentration
 68359-37-5
 68085-85-8
 94-75-7

 533-74-4


 53404-60-7
 94-82-6
;;;i929-73-3
'94-80-4'
; ,297l-8-
 13684-56-5
 1928-43-4
 S3404:37-8

 2303-16-4
 615-05-4
 39156-41-7
 101-80-4
 95-80-7
 25376-45-8
-333-41-5
 334-88-3
 132-64-9 '
 96-12-8

 106-93-4
 124-73-2
      III!
 84-74-2
 Cyfluthrin
 [3-(2,2-DkhloroethenyI)-2,2-
 dirnethylcyclopropanecarbox-
 ylic acid, cyano(4-fluoro-3-
 phehoxyphenyl) methyl ester]
 Cyhalothrin          ,           1.0
 [3-(2-Chloro-3,3,3-trifluoro-l-
 propenyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclo-
 prOpanecarboxylic
..afjjjjl cyapo(3-phenoxyphenyl)
. r^te|hyl ester]
'^b"""        '   '   "           o.i
 [Acetic acid, (2,4-dichlorophenoxy)-]
 Dazornet                         1.0
 (Tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-2H-
 l,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione)
 Deizpmet, sodium salt             1.0
 [Te"trahJydro-3,5-dimethyl-2H-
 l,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione, ion(l-),
 spdium]
 2,4-DB
 2,4-D butoxyethyl ester
 2,4-D butyl ester
 2/4;D cHlorocrotyl ester
 Decabromodiphenyl oxide
 Desmedipham
 2,4-D 2-ethylhexyl ester
 2,4-p 2-ethyl-4-
 methylpentyl ester
	piallate^ i-r	       	i 1.0
 [Carbamothioic acid, bis(l-
                                   0.1
                                   0.1
                                   0.1
                                   0.1
                                   0.1
                                   1.0
                                   1.0
                                   1.0
                                   0.1

                                   0.1

                                   1.0

                                   1.0
                                    1.0   1918-00-9
   2-propenyl) ester]
   2,4-piammoanisole
   2,4-Diaminoanisole sulfate
   4/4l-Dianiinodiphenyl ether
   2,4-Diaminotoluene
   Diaminotoluene (mixed isomers)
   Diazinon
   Diazomethane
   Dibenzofuran
   l^-Dibromo-S-
   chloroprbpane (DBCP)
   1,2-pibromoethane
;.ii,. (Ethylerie dibromide)
   Dibromotetrafluoroetl\ane
                 •
                                          99-30-9

                                          95-50-1
                                          541-73-1
                                          106-46-7
                                          25321-22-6
                                          91-94-1
                                          612-83-9

                                          64969-34-2
                                          75-27-4
                                          764-41-0
                                          110-57-6
                                          1649-08-7


1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1

75-71-8
107-06-2

540-59-0
1717-00-6

75-43-4
75-09-2

127564-92-5
13474-88-9
   Dibutyl phthalate
111512-56-2

422-44-6

431-86-7

507-55-1

136013-79-1

128903-21-9

22-48-0

422-56-0

97-23-4

120-83-2
78-87-5
Dicamba                         1 .0
(3,6-Dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic
acid)
Dichloran
[2,6-Dichloro-4-nitroaniline]
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
Dichlorobenzene (mixed isomers)
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine
dihydrochloride
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine sulfate
Dichlorobromomethane
l,4-Dichloro-2-butene
trans-l,4-Dichloro-2-butene
l,2-Dichloro-l,l-
difluoroethane (HCFC-132b)
Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12)
1,2-Dichloroethane (Ethylene
dichloride)
1,2-Dichloroethylene
1,1-Dichloro-l-fluoroethane
(HCFC-141b)
Dichlorofluoromethane (HCFC-21)
Dichloromethane (Methylene
chloride)
Dichloropentafluoropropane
l,l-Dichloro-l,2,2,3,3-
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225cc)
l,l-Dichloro-l,2,3,3,3-
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225eb)
l,2-Dichloro-l,l,2,3,3-
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225bb)
                                 1.0

                                 1.0
                                 1.0
                                 0.1
                                 0.1
                                 0.1
                                 0.1

                                 04
                                 1.0
                                 1.0
                                 1.0
                                 1.0

                                 1.0
                                 0.1

                                 1.0
                                 1.0

                                 1.0
                                 0.1

                                 1.0
                                 1.0

                                 1.0

                                 1.0

                                 1.0
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225da)
l,3-Dichloro-l,l,2,2,3-             1.0
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225cb)
l,3-Dich!oro-l,l,2,3,3-             1.0
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225ea)
2,2-Dichloro-l,l,l,3,3-             1.0
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225aa)
2,3-Dichloro-l,l,l,2,3-             1.0
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225ba)
3,3-Dichloro-l,l,l,2,2-             1.0
pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225ca)
Dichlorophene                   1.0
[2,2'-Methylenebis(4-chlorophenol)]
2,4-Dichlorophenol               1.0
1,2-Dichloropropane              1.0
 H-6  Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions
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                                                                                                    Table II
 CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
 10061-02-6     trans-l,3-Dichloropropene         0.1
 78-88-6        2,3-Dichloropropene               1.0
 542-75-6       1,3-Dichloropropylene             0.1
 76-14-2        Dichlorotetrafluoroethane         1.0
               (CFC-114)
 34077-87-7     Dichlorotrifluoroethane            1.0
 90454-18-5     Dichloro-l,l,2-trifluoroethane      l.Q
 812-04-4       l,l-Dichloro-l,2,2-                 1.0
               trifluoroethane (HCFC-123b)
 354-23-4       l,2-Dichloro-l,l,2-                 1.0
               trifluoroethane (HCFC-123a)
 306-83-2       2,2-Dichloro-l,l,l-                 1.0
               trifluoroethane (HCFC-123)
 62-73-7        Dichlorvos                        0.1
               [Phosphoric acid, 2,2-
               dichloroethenyl dimethyl ester]
 51338-27-3     Diclofop methyl                   1.0
               [2-[4-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)
               phenoxyjpropanoic acid,
               methyl ester]
 115-32-2       Dicofol                           1.0
               [Benzenemethanol, 4-chloro-
               .alpha.-4-(chlorophenyl)-.alpha.-
               (trichloromethyl)-]
 77-73-6        Dicyclopentadiene                 1.0
 1464-53-5      Diepoxybutane                    0.1
 111-42-2       Diethanolamine                   1.0
 38727-55-8     Diethatyl ethyl                    1.0
 117-81-7       Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP)  0.1
 64-67-5        Diethyl sulfate                    0.1
 35367-38-5     Diflubenzuron                    1.0
 101-90-6       Diglycidyl resorcinol ether         0.1
 94-58-6        Dihydrosafrole                    0.1
 55290-64-7     Dimethipin                        1.0
               [2,3-Dihydro-5,6-dimethyl-l,4-
               dithiin-l,l,4,4-tetraoxide]
 60-51-5        Dimethoate                        1.0
 119-90-4       3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine           0.1
               dihydrochloride)
20325-40-0     3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine           0.1
               dihydrochloride(o-Dianisidine
111984-09-9    S^'-Dimethoxybenzidine           0.1
               hydrochloride
               (o-Dianisidine hydrochloride)
124-40-3       Dimethylamine                    1.0
2300-66-5      Dimethylamine dicamba            1.0
60-11-7        4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene       0.1
121-69-7       N,N-Dimethylaniline               1.0
119-93-7       3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine (o-Tolidine) 0.1
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
*C.I. menus "Color Index"
                612-82-8       3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine            0.1
                               dihydrochloride (o-Tolidine
                               dihydrochloride)
                41766-75-0     3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine            0.1
                               dihydrofluoride (o-Tolidine
                               dihydrofluoride)
                79-44-7        Dimethylcarbamyl chloride        0.1
                2524-03-0      Dimethyl                         1.0
                               chlorothiophosphate
                68-12-2        N,N-Dimethylformamide          0.1
                57-14-7        1,1-Dimethylhydrazine            0.1
                105-67-9       2,4-Dimethylphenol               1.0
                131-11-3       Dimethyl phthalate                1.0
                77-78-1        Dimethyl sulfate                  0.1
                99-65-0        m-Dinitrobenzene                 1.0
                528-29-0       o-Dinitrobenzene                  1.0
                100-25-4       p-Dinitrobenzene                  1.0
                88-85-7        Dinitrobutyl phenol (Dinoseb)      1.0
                534-52-1       4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol                1.0
                51-28-5        2,4-DinitrophenoI                  1.0
                121-14-2       2,4-Dinitrotoluene                 0.1
                606-20-2       2,6-Dinitrotoluene                 0.1
                25321-14-6     Dinitrotoluene (mixed isomers)     1.0
                39300-45-3     Dinocap                          1.0
                123-91-1       1,4-Dioxane                       0.1
                957-51-7       Diphenamid                      1.0
                122-39-4       Diphenylamine                    1.0
                122-66-7       1,2-Diphenylhydrazine            0.1
                               (Hydrazobenzene)
                2164-07-0      Dipotassium endothall             1.0
                               [7-Oxabicyclo(2.2.1)heptane-2,3-
                               dicarboxylic acid, dipotassium salt]
                136-45-8       Dipropyl isocinchomeronate        1.0
                138-93-2       Disodium                         1.0
                               cyanodithioimidocarbonate
                94-11-1        2,4-D isopropyl ester               0.1
                541-53-7       2,4-Dithiobiuret                   1.0
                330-54-1       Diuron                           1.0
                2439-10-3      Dodine [Dodecylguanidine         1.0
                               monoacetate]
                120-36-5       2,4-DP                            0.1
                1320-18-9      2,4-D propylene glycol             0.1
                               butyl ether ester
                2702-72-9      2,4-D sodium salt                  0.1
                106-89-8       Epichlorohydrin                   0.1
                13194-48-4     Ethoprop                          1.0
                               [Phosphorodithioic acid O-ethyl
                               S,S-dipropyl ester]
                110-80-5       2-Ethoxyethanol                   1.0
                140-88-5       Ethyl acrylate                      0.1

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       ify
        :T(tbleIl
          	in1!.111 iliiiii,!1!1 irif:1 T';	;aiii,ii:Hiii!ii'T'rF'ill	 " liiiriH! ' r:l!!:
   """:"	;' ;•;CAS Number"' Chemical Name
  . • ;1
I	:/ !	 ''i1:1 'i!!! "', l:ii"l"!i!i 'n"'' .'Li'1!''IF! -:i i  I
        De Minimis
      Concentration
         "541-41-
       ' " 151-6-4
        if  , r!  ' ' !•"( '
         ||
       'if 9645^7 "
         60168-88-9
         13356-08-6
         66441-23-t
         72490-01-8
         39515-41-8
         55-38-9
         51630-58-1
       !!,.< 	'    I  1HM!' 	I,   !
       iis  '   ill:  ."   :i
       r11"1:,   ••!  10  i	I
       I,1   •.  I1 :   • *' >'•

         14484-64-1
         69806-50-4
         216-1-17-2
         7782-41-4
         5l-2i-8
  Emylbenzene  .       '" ,
  Ethyl criloroformate
  EtEvI liprbpyithiocarbamate
  Etfiylene glycol
  Etfiyleneimine (Aziridine)
  Effiylene oxide
  E|nylene thiourea
  Ethylidene dichloride
 •  , a if	      	
  Famphur
   „ iniu ^	
  Fenarimol
  [.alpha.-(2-Chlorophenyl)-.alpha.-
  (4-chlorophenyl)-5-pyrimidine-
  methanpl]
  Fenbutatin oxide
  (Hexak!s(2-methyl-2-
  phenylpropyl)distannoxane)
  Fenoxaprop ethyl
  [2-(4-((6-ChIoro-2-benzoxazolylen)-
  oxy)phenoxy)propanoic acid, ethyl
  ester]
  Fenoxycarb
  [[2-(4-Phenoxyphenoxy)
  ethyljcarbamic acid ethyl ester]
  Fenpropathrin
  [2,2,3/3-Tetramethylcyclopropane
  carboxylic acid cyano(3-
  phenoxyphenyl)methyl ester]
  Fenthion
  [O,O-Dimethyl O-[3-methyl-4-
  (methylthio)phenyl] ester,
  phospEorothioic acid]
  Fenvalerate
  [4-Chloro-alpha-(l-methylethyl)
••'• benzeneacetic acid^cyanb
  (3-phenoxyphenyl)methyl ester]
  Ferbam
  [Tris(dimethylcarbamodithioato-
  S,S')iron]
  Fluazifop butyl
  [2-[4-[[5-(Trifluoromethyl)-2-
  pyridinyl]oxy]phenoxy]propanoic
  add, butyl ester]
  FJuprneturon
  [Urear|j,N-dimethyl-N;-[3-
  (tnfluoromethyi)phenylj-]
  Fluorine
  Fluorouracil (5-Fluorouracil)
1.0
1.0
1.0

1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
                                          CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                              De Minimis
                                            Concentration
                                                                69409-94-5
                       133-07-3
                       72178-02-0
                       50-00-0
                       64-18-6
                       76-13-1
                       76-44-8
                       118-74-1
                       87-68-3
                       319-84-6

                       77-47-4
                       67-72-1
                       1335-87-1
                       70-30-4
                       680-31-9
                       110-54-3
                       51235-04-2
                       67485-29-4
                       302-01-2
                       10034-93-2
                       7647-01-0
                       74-90-8
                       7664-39-3
                       123-31-9
                       35554-44-0
                       55406-53-6
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Fluvalinate                        1.0
[N-[2-Chloro-4-
(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-DL-
valine(+)-cyano(3-phenoxyphenyl)-
methyl ester]
Folpet                            1.0
Fomesafen                        1.0
[5-(2-Chloro-4-
(trifluoromethyl)phenoxy)-N-
methylsulfbnyl-2-nitrobenzamide]
Formaldehyde                    0.1
Formic acicl                       1.0
Freon 113                         1.0
[Ethane, l,l,2-trichloro-l,2,2,-
trifluoro-]
Heptachlor                        0.1
[l,4,5,6,7,8,8-Heptachloro-3a,
4,7,7a-tetrahydro-4,7-methano-
IH-indene]
Hexachlorobenzene               0.1
Hexachloro-l,3-butadiene          1.0
alpha-Hexachlorocyclo-            1.0
hexane
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene        1.0
Hexachloroethane                 1.0
Hexachloronaphthalene            1.0
Hexachlorophene                 1.0
Hexamethylphosphoramide        0.1
n-Hexane                         1.0
Hexazinone                       1.0
Hydramethylnon                 1.0
[retrahydro-5,5-dimethyl-2(lH)-
pyrimidinone[3-[4-
(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-l-[2-[4-
(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]ethenyl]-2-
propenylidene]hydrazone]
Hydrazine                        0.1
Hydrazine sulfate                 0.1
Hydrochloric acid                 1.0
(acid aerosols including mists,
vapors, gas, fog, and other airborne
forms of any particle size)
Hydrogen cyanide                1.0
Hydrogen fluoride                1.0
Hydroquinone                    1.0
Imazalil                          1.0
[l-[2-(2,4-Dichlorophenyl)-2-(2-
propenyloxy)ethyl]-lH-imidazole]
3-Iodo-2-propynyl                1.0
butylcarbamate
'l!'!!"1!,,'"    ! '!!!"  I '   '   "'',,!"'       ,   ' ,!!'' ' 1'1',,!  "'
  *"Not elsewhere classified" indicated by "n.e.c."
  iNilillllllili lllllilli  illllill in
                                             ^    ...... ill! ..... iiitiitcallill .............. iJilLliil.!:.; ...... |.,;J
                                                                                    ........ liliiv ..... liliiliilliil
                                                                                         iji^^^^^^    	Jill!	liHllil	!Hi	
                                                                                                         In. ..... Ill iinliii.' ....... IBJi:

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                                                                                                    Table II
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
13463-40-6      Iron pentacarbonyl                 1.0
78-84-2         Isobutyraldehyde                  1.0
465-73-6        Isodrin                            1.0
25311-71-1      Isofenphos[2-[[EthoxyI[(l-          1.0
                methylethyl)amino]-
                phosphinothioyljoxy]
                benzole acid l-methylethyl ester]
67-63-0         Isopropyl alcohol                  1.0
                (manufacturing-strong acid
                process, no supplier notification)
80-05-7         4,4'-Isopropylidenediphenol        1.0
120-58-1        Isosafrole                          1.0
77501-63-4      Lactofen                           1.0
                [Benzoic acid, 5-[2-Chloro-4-
                (trifluoromethyl)phenoxy]-2-
                nitro-,2-ethoxy-l-methyl-2-
                oxoethyl ester]
7439-92-1       Lead                              0.1
58-89-9         Lindane                           0.1
                [Cyclohexane, 1,2,3,4,5,6-
                hexachloro-, (l.alpha.,2.alpha.,
                S.beta., 4.alpha., S.alpha., 6.beta.)-]
330-55-2        Linuron                           1.0
554-13-2        Lithium carbonate                  1.0
121-75-5        Malathion                         1.0
108-31-6        Maleic anhydride                  1.0
109-77-3        Malononitrile                      1.0
12427-38-2      Maneb                            1.0
                [Carbamodithioic acid, 1,2-
                ethanediylbis-, manganese complex]
7439-96-5       Manganese                        1.0
93-65-2         Mecoprop                         0.1
149-30-4        2-Mercaptobenzothiazole (MET)     1.0
7439-97-6       Mercury                           1.0
150-50-5        Merphos                           1.0
126-98-7        Methacrylonitrile                  1.0
137-42-8        Metham sodium (Sodium           1.0
                methyldithiocarbamate)
67-56-1         Methanol                          1.0
20354-26-1      Methazole                         1.0
                [2-(3,4-Dichlorophenyl)-4-methyI-
                l^^-oxadiazolidine-S^-dione]
2032-65-7       Methiocarb                        1.0
94-74-6         Methoxone                        0.1
                ((4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxy)
                acetic acid) (MCPA)
3653-48-3       Methoxone sodium salt             0.1
                ((4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxy)
                acetate sodium salt)
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
                 72-43-5         Methoxychlor                     1.0
                                [Benzene, l,l'-(2,2,2-trichloro-
                                ethylidene)bis[4-methoxy-]]
                 109-86-4        2-Methoxyethanol                 1.0
                 96-33-3         Methyl acrylate                    1.0
                 1634-04-4       Methyl tert-butyl ether             1.0
                 79-22-1         Methyl chlorocarbonate            1.0
                 101-14-4        4,4'-MethyIenebis(2-                0.1
                                chloroaniline) (MBOCA)
                 101-61-1        4,4'-Methylenebis(N,N-             0.1
                                dimethyl) benzenamine
                 74-95-3         Methylene bromide                1.0
                 101-77-9        4,4'-Methylenedianiline             0.1
                 78-93-3         Methyl ethyl ketone                1.0
                 60-34-4         Methyl hydrazine                  1.0
                 74-88-4         Methyl iodide                     1.0
                 108-10-1        Methyl isobutyl ketone             1.0
                 624-83-9        Methyl isocyanate                 1.0
                 556-61-6        Methyl isothiocyanate              1.0
                                [Isothiocyanatomethane]
                 75-86-5         2-MethyUactonitrile                1.0
                 80-62-6         Methyl methacrylate                1.0
                 924-42-5      ,  N-Methylolacrylamide             1.0
                 298-00-0      .  Methyl parathion                  1.0
                 109-06-8      ',  2-Methylpyridine                  1.0
                 872-50-4        N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone            1.0
                 9006-42-2       Metiram                           1.0
                 21087-64-9      Metribuzin                         1.0
                 7786-34-7       Mevinphos                         1.0
                 90-94-8         Michler's ketone                   0.1
                 2212-67-1       Molinate                           1.0
                                (IH-Azepine-l-carbothioic acid,
                                hexahydro-, S-ethyl ester)
                 1313-27-5       Molybdenum trioxide              1.0
                 76-15-3         Monochloropenta-                 1.0
                                fluoroethane (CFC-115)
                 150-68-5        Monuron                          1.0
                 505-60-2        Mustard gas                       0.1
                                [Ethane, l,l'-thiobis[2-chloro-]]
                 88671-89-0      Myclobutanil                       1.0
                                [.alpha.-Butyl-.alpha.-
                                (4-chlorophenyl)-lH-l,2,4-triazole-
                                1-propanenitrile]
                 142-59-6        Nabam                            1.0
                 300-76-5        Naled                             1.0
                 91-20-3         Naphthalene                       1.0
                 134-32-7        alpha-Naphthylamine              0.1
                91-59-8       '.  beta-Naphthylamine                0.1
                7440-02-0      Nickel                             0.1
*C.7. means "Color Index"
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         Tabk'U
                              in
CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                         De Minimis
                                       Concentration
                                                                CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                             De Minimis
                                           Concentration
Hi/
         1929^82-4
        ..... . 7697J37-2
                  '''
       !f it ioo--6"' ;
       ;'*;;;!; 99-59-2
         98-95-3
         92-93-3
         1836-75-5
       '.      "'1''1  .
        J; 88-75-5
        " 79-46:9
         92446-3
         62-75-9
         86-30-6
         156-10-5
         621-64-7'
       "•"- 759-73-9"
       ............. 684-93-5 "
         4549=40-0
         59-89-2
         16543-55-8
       'i If 100-75-4
         99-55-8
       '! ........ 27311-13-2
jlR1 ' ;!-:',; '.'ill1      J|F;
!•!•:.' ''I1' i;:'F::i;2234ฃI3::i,
         301-12-2
         19666-30-9
,42874-03-3
 10028-15-6
    Nitrapyrin
    (2thlorp-6-(trichloromethyl)-
    pyridine)
    Nitric acid
 .. !  ;'MllllHI	I!1';!;]!'!'!;! ""I1 ' 1. , S" . ..  	I,   • ',   '.   ' \
    Nitnlotnacetic.acid,	
    p-Nitfoaniline
    5-Nitrp-o-anisidine
    Nitrobenzene
    4-Nitrobiphenyl
    NitroJfen
 ",•"'' '[Benzene,' 2^4-d"ichlpro-i-(4-
    nitrophenoxy)-]
    Nitrogen mustard
 J	;  'j^Chloro-N-(2-chloroethyl)-N-
 , ,  'j^g^yJg^Jjg^J^g-l
    Nitrpglycerin
    2-Nitrpphenol
    4-Nitrophenol
  •  :;;, iat ,i ijiiii:	f	
    2-Nftropropane
    N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine
    N-Nitrosodiethylamine
    N-Nitrpsodimethylamine
    N-Nitrosodiphenylamine
    p-Nitrpsodiphenylamine
    N-Nitrpsodi-n-propylamine
    N-Nitroso-N-e&iylurea
    Kf-Mtroso-N-rriethylurea
    NrNitrpsprnethylvinylamine
    N-Nicrosomorpholine
    N-Nitrosonornicotine
    N-Nitrosopiperidine
    5-Nitro-o-toluidine
    Norflurazon
    [4-Chloro-5-(rnethylamino)-2-[3-
    (Sifluprometnyl)phenyIl-3(2H)-
 ", ;> '{^ifidazinone]
    Octachlorpnaphthalene
	CJryzal'in
    [4-(Dipropylamino)-3,5-dinitro-
    benzene sulfonamide]
",::;i';:' :"i ~: i i; >r \,  „  J	>
    Osmium tetrpxide
    Oxydemeton methyl
    [S-(2-(EthyIsulfinyl)ethyl) O,O-
    dimethyl ester phosphorothioic acid]
    Oxydiazon
    [3-[2,4-Dichloro-5-(l-methyl-
    ethoxy)phenyl]- 5-(l,l-dimethyl
    ethyl)-l,3,4-oxadiazol-2(3H)-one]
    Oxyfluorfen
    Ozone
1.0
1.0
         II-10  Tox/'cs Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions
                                                                     Paraldehyde                      1.0
                                                                     Paraquat dichloride                1.0
                                                                     Parathion                         1.0
                                                                     [Phosphorothioic acid, O,O-
                                                                     diethyl-O-(4-nitrophenyl)ester]
                                                                     Pebulate                          1.0
                                                                     [Butylethylcarbamothioic acid S-
                                                                     propyl ester]
                                                                     Pendimethalin                    1.0
                                                                     [N-(l-Ethylpropyl)-3,4-dimethyl-
                                                                     2,6-dinitrobenzenamine]
                                                                     Pentachloroethane                 1.0
                                                                     Pentachlorophenol (PCP)           0.1
                                                                     Pentobarbital sodium              1.0
                                                                     Peracetic acid                     1.0
                                                                     Perchloromethyl mercaptan        1.0
                                                                     Permethrin                       1.0
                                                                     [3-(2/2-Dichloroethenyl)-2/2-
                                                                     dimethylcyclopropanecarbox-      '
                                                                     ylic acid, (3-phenoxyphenyl)
                                                                     methyl ester]
                                                                     Phenanthrene                     1.0
                                                                     Phenol                           1.0
                                                                     Phenothrin                       1.0
                                                                     [2,2-Dimethyl-3-(2-methyl-l-
                                                                     propenyl)cyclopropanecarboxylic
                                                                     acid (3-phenoxyphenyl)methyl ester]
                                                                     1,2-Phenylenediamine             1.0
                                                                     1,3-Phenylenediamine             1.0
                                                                     p-Phenylenediamine               1.0
                                                                     1,2-Phenylenediamine             1.0
                                                                     dihydrochloride
                                                                     1,4-Phenylenediamine             1.0
                                                                     dihydrochloride
                                                                     2-Phenylphenol                   1.0
                                                                     Phenytoin                        0.1
                                                                     Phosgene                         1.0
                                                                     Phosphine                        1.0
                                                                     Phosphoric acid                   1.0
                                                                     Phosphorus (yellow or white)      1.0
                                                                     Phthalic anhydride                1.0
                                                                     Picloram                          1.0
                                                                     Picric acid                        1.0
                                                                     Piperonyl butoxide                1.0
                                                                     Pirimiphos methyl                 1.0
                                                                     [O-(2-(Diethylamino)-6-methyl-4-
                                                                     pyrimidinyl)-O,O-
                                                                     dimethylphosphorothioate]
                                                                     Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBS)   0.1
                                                                     Potassium bromate                0.1
                                                                              I
                                                                       *"Not elseyvhere classified" indicated by "n.e.c."
1.0


1.0
6.1
i.o
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1

0.1


1.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
1.0
1.0
123-63-7
1910-42-5
56-38-2


1114-71-2


40487-42-1

76-01-7
87-86-5
57-33-0
79-21-0
594-42-3
52645-53-1




85-01-8
108-95-2
26002-80-2



95-54-5
108-45-2
106-50-3
615-28-1

624-18-0


1.0
1.0


1.0
1.0

I]
1.0
90-43-7
57-41-0
75-44-5
7803-51-2
7664-38-2
7723-14-0
85-44-9
1918-02-1
88-89-1
51-03-6
29232-93-7
1336-36-3
7758-01-2

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                                                                                                   Table II
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
128-03-0       Potassium                        1.0
               dimethyldithiocarbamate
137-41-7       Potassium N-                     1.0
               methyldithiocarbamate
41198-08-7     Profenofos                        1.0
               [O-(4-Bromo-2-chIorophenyl)-O-
               ethyl-S-propyl phosphorothioate]
7287-19-6      Prometryn                        1.0
               [N,N'-Bis(l-methylethyl)-6-
               .methylmio-l,3,5-triazine-2,4-diamine]
23950-58-5     Pronamide                        1.0
1918-16-7      Propachlor                        1.0
               [2-Chloro-N-(l-methylethyl)-N-
               phenylacetamide]
1120-71-4      Propane sultone                   0.1
709-98-8       Propanil                          1.0
               [N-(3,4-Dichlorophenyl)-
               propanamide]
2312-35-8      Propargite                        1.0
107-19-7       Propargyl alcohol                  1.0
31218-83-4     Propetamphos                     1.0
               [3-[(Ethylamino)
               methoxyphosphinothioyl] oxy]-
               2-butenoic acid, 1-methylethyl ester]
60207-90-1     Propiconazole                     1.0
               [l~[2-(2,4-Dichlorophenyl)-4-
               propyl-l,3-dioxoIan-2-yl]-methyl-
               lH-l,2,4,-triazole]
57-57-8        beta-Propiolactone                 0.1
123-38-6       Propionaldehyde                  1.0
114-26-1       Propoxur                         1.0
               [Phenol, 2-(l-methylethoxy)-,
               methylcarbamate]
115-07-1       Propylene (Propene)               1.0
75-55-8        Propyleneimine                   0.1
75-56-9        Propylene oxide                   0.1
110-86-1       Pyridine                          1.0
91-22-5        Quinoline                         1.0
106-51-4       Quinone                -          1.0
82-68-8        Quintozene                        1.0
               (Pentachloronitrobenzene)
76578-14-8     Quizalofop-ethyl                   1.0
               [2-[4-[(6-Chloro-2-
               quinoxalinyl)oxy]phenoxy]
               propanoic acid ethyl ester]
10453-86-8     Resmethrin                  '      1.0
               [[5-(Phenylmethyl)-3-furanyl]-
               methyl-2,2-dimethyl-3-(2-methyl-
               1-propenyl) cyclopropane
               carboxylate]
CAS Number  Chemical Name
                          De Minimis
                        Concentration
                 81-07-2

                 94-59-7
                 7782-49-2
                 74051-80-2
                 7440-22-4
                 122-34-9
                 26628-22-8
                 1982-69-0
                 128-04-1

                 62-74-8
                 7632-00-0
                 131-52-2
                 132-27-4
                 100-42-5
                 96-09-3
                 [7664-93-9
                2699-79-8
                35400-43-2
                34014-18-1
                3383-96-8
                5902-51-2
                630-20-6
                79-34-5
                127-18-4.

                354-11-0

                354-14-3

                961-11-5



                64-75-5
                                                 0.1
 Saccharin (manufacturing, no
. supplier notification)
 Safrole
 Selenium
 Sethoxydim
 [2-[l-(Ethoxyimino)butyl]-5-[2-
 (ethylthio)propyl]-3-hydroxyl-2-
 cyclohexen-1-one]
 Silver
: Simazine
 Sodium azide
 Sodium dicamba
 [3,6-Dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic
 acid, sodium salt]
 Sodium dimethyldithio-
 carbamate
, Sodium fluoroacetate
 Sodium nitrite
 Sodium pentachlorophenate
 Sodium o-phenylphenoxide
 Styrene
, Styrene oxide
, Sulfuric acid
 (acid aerosols including mists,
 vapors, gas, fog, and other
 airborne forms of any particle size)
 Sulfuryl fluoride (Vikane)
 Sulprofos
 [O-Ethyl O-[4-(methylthio)phenyl]
 phosphorodithioic acid S-propylester]
 Tebuthiuron                      1.0
 [N-[5-(l,l-Dimethylethyl)-l,3,4-
 thiadiazol-2-yl]-N,N'-dimethylurea]
 Temephos                        1.0
 Terbacil                           1.0
 [5-Chloro-3-(l,l-dimethylethyl)-6-
: methyl-2,4(lH,3H)-pyrimidinedione]
 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane           1.0
 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane           1.0
 Tetrachloroethylene                0.1
 (Perchloroethylene)
 l,l,l,2-Tetrachloro-2-              1.0
 fluoroethane (HCFC-121a)
 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloro-l-              1.0
 fluoroethane (HCFC-121)
 Tetrachlorvinphos                 1.0
 [Phosphoric acid, 2-chloro-l-
 (2,4,5-trichlorophenyl) ethenyl
 dimethyl ester]
 Tetracycline hydrochloride         1.0
                                                 0.1
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0

                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 0.1
                                                 0.1
                                                 0.1
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
                                                 1.0
*C.I. means "Color Index"
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 TnWe 11
CAS Number
7696-12-0
Chemical Name
Tetramethrin
De Minimis
Concentration
1.0
CAS Number
52-68-6
Chemical Name
Trichlorfon
De Minimis
Concentration
1.0
 7440-28-0
 148-79-8

 62-55-5
 28249-77-6
 139-65-1
 59669;26-0
 23564-06-9
 23564^5-8
 79-19-6
 62-56-6
 137-26-8
 1314-20-1
 7550-45-0
 108-88-3
 584-84-9
 91-08-7
 26471r62-5
;•;  .   i;;;-;  |
 95-53-4
 636-2|-5
 8001-35-2
 43121-43-3
2303-17-5
68-76-8
101200-48-0
                [2/2"-Dimethyl-3-(2-methyl-l-
                propenyl) cyclopropanecarboxylic
                acid (l,3,4,5,6,7-hexahydro-l,3-
                dioxo-2H-isoindol-2-yl)methyl ester]
                Thallium
                ThiabendazQle
                [2-(4-Thiazolyl)-lH-benzimidazole]
                Thioacetamide
                thiobencarb
                [Carbamic acid, diethylthio-, S-
                (p-chiorobenzyl)ester]
                4,4'-Thiodianiline
                thjgdjccirb	 ,,  ,, ,
                Thiophanate ethyl
                [[1,2-PhenyIenebis-
                (iminocarbonothioyi)]biscarbamic
                acid diethylester]
                Thiophanate methyl
                Thiosemicarbazide
                Thiourea
                Thiram
                .Thorium dioxide
                titanium tetrachloride
                Toluene
                Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate
                ToJuene-2,6-diisocyanate
                Toluene diisocyanate (mixed
                isomers)" ,'	"
                o-toluidine
                p-Toluicline hydrochloride
                Toxaphene
                Triadimefon
                (i-(4-Chlorophenoxy)-3,3-di-
1983-10-4
2155-70-6
78-48-8
                Trialafe
                Triaziquone
                p^S-Cyclohexadiene-l/i-dione,
                2,3,5-tris(l-aziridinyl)-]
                Tribenuron methyl
                [2-[[[[(4-Methoxy-6-methyl-l,3,5-
                triazin-2-yl)-methylamino]-
                carbonyl]amino]sulfonyl] benzoic
                acid-methyl ester)
                Tributyltin fluoride
                Tributyltin methacrylate
                S,aS-Tributyltrithio-
                phosphate (DEF)
                     [Phosphoric acid,(2,2,2-trichloro-l-
                     hydroxy-ethyl)-,dimethyl ester]
      76-02-8        Trichloroacetyl chloride            1.0
      120-82-1       1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene             1.0
1.0   71-55-6        1,1,1-Trichloroethane (Methyl      1.0
1.0                  chloroform)
      79-00-5        1,1,2-Trichloroethane              1.0
0.1   79-01-6        Trichloroethylene                 0.1
1*0   75-69-4        Trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11)   1.0
      95-95-4        2,4,5-Trichlorophenol              1.0
      88-06-2        2,4,6-Trichlorophenol              0.1
0.1   96-18-4        1,2,3-Trichloropropane             0.1
1.0   57213-69-1     Triclopyr triethylammonium salt   1.0
1.6   121-44-8       Triethylamine                     1.0
      1582-09-8      Trifluralin                         1.0
                     [Benezeneamine, 2,6-dinitro-N,N-
                     dipropyl-4-(trifluoromethyl)-]
                     Triforine                          1.0
                     [N,N'-[l,4-Piperazinediylbis-
                     (2,2,2-trichloroethylidene)]
                     bisformamide]
                     1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene            1.0
                     2,3,5-Trimethylphenyl             1.0
                     methylcarbamate
                     Triphenyltin chloride              1.0
                     Triphenyltin hydroxide            1.0
                     Tris(2,3-dibromopropyl)            0.1
                     phosphate
0.1   72-57-1        Trypanblue                       0.1
0.1   51-79-6        Urethane (Ethyl carbamate)        0.1
0.1   7440-62-2      Vanadium (fume or dust)          1.0
1.0   50471-44-8     Vinclozolin                        1.0
                     [3-(3,5-Dichlorophenyl)-5-ethenyl-5-
                     methyl-2,4-oxazolidinedione]
      108-05-4       Vinyl acetate                      0.1
1.0   593-60-2       Vinyl bromide                    0.1
1.0   75-01-4        Vinyl chloride                     0.1
      75-35-4        Vinylidene chloride                1.0
      108-38-3       m-Xylene                         1.0
1.0   95-47-6        o-Xylene                          1.0
      106-42-3       p-Xylene                          1.0
      1330-20-7      Xylene (mixed isomers)            1.0
      87-62-7        2,6-Xylidine                       0.1
      7440-66-6      Zinc (fume or  dust)                1.0
1.0   1222-67-7      Zineb                             1.0
1.0                  [Carbamodithioic acid,
1.0                  l,2-ethanediyibis-,zinc complex]
1.0
l.o
0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
26644-46-2



95-63-6
2655-15-4

639-58-7
76-87-9
126-72-7
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                                                                        *"Not elsewhere classified" indicated by "n.e.c,"

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                                                                                                   Table II
b.     CAS Numbered List of TRI
       Chemicals
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
                                                      CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
50-00-0         Formaldehyde                     0.1
51-03-6         Piperonyl butoxide                 110
51-21-8         Fluorouracil (5-Fluorouracil)        1.0
51-28-5         2,4-Dinitrophenol                  1.0
51-75-2         Nitrogen mustard                  0.1
               [2-ChIoro-N-(2-chloroethyl)-N-
               methylethanamine]
51-79-6         Urethane (Ethyl carbamate)         0.1
52-68-6         Trichlorfon                        1.0
               [Phosphonic acid, (2,2,2-trichloro-
               1-hydroxyethyl) dimethyl ester]
52-85-7         Famphur                          1.0
53-96-3         2-Acetylaminofluorene             0.1
55-18-5         N-Nitrosodiethylamine             0.1
55-21-0         Benzamide                        1.0
55-38-9         Fenthion                          1.0
               [O,O-Dimethyl O-[3-methyl-4-
               (methylthio)phenyl] ester,
               phosphorothioic acid]
55-63-0         Nitroglycerin                      1.0
56-23-5         Carbon tetrachloride               0.1
56-35-9         Bis(tributyltin) oxide               1.0
56-38-2         Parathion                         1.0
               [Phosphorothioic acid, O,O-diethyl-
               O-(4-nitrophenyl) ester]
57-14-7         1,1-Dimethylhydrazine             0.1
57-33-0         Pentobarbital sodium              1.0
57-41-0         Phenytoin                  '       0.1
57-57-8         beta-Propiolactone                 0.1
57.74-9         Chlordane                        0.1
               [4,7-Methanoindan, 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,8-
               octachloro-2,3,3a,4,7,7a-
               hexahydro-]
58-89-9         Lindane                           0.1
               [Cyclohexane, 1,2,3,4,5,6-hexa-
               chloro-,(l.alpha.,2.alpha.,3.beta.,
               4.alpha, 5.alpha.,6.beta.)-]
59-89-2         N-Nitrosomorpholine              0.1
60-09-3         4-Aminoazobenzene               0.1
60-11-7         4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene       0.1
60-34-4         Methyl hydrazine                  1.0
60-35-5         Acetamide                        0.1
60-51-5         Dimethoate                       1.0
61-82-5         Amitrole                          0.1
62-53-3   ,      Aniline                           1.0
62-55-5         Thioacetamide                    0.1
                62-56-6        Thiourea                        ' 0.1
                62-73-7       ! Dichlorvos                        0.1
                              ' [Phosphoric acid, 2,2-
                              : dichloroethenyl dimethyl ester]
                62-74-8        Sodium fluoroacetate              1.0
                62-75-9        N-Nitrosodimethylamine          0.1
                63-25-2        Carbaryl                         1.0
                               [l-Naphthalenol,methylcarbamate]
                64-18-6        Formic acid                       1.0
                64-67-5        Diethyl sulfate                    0.1
                64-75-5        Tetracycline hydrochloride         1.0
                67-56-1        Methanol                         1.0
                67-63-0        Isopropyl alcohol                  1.0
                               (manufacturing-strong acid
                               process,  no supplier notification)
                67-66-3        Chloroform                       0.1
                67-72-1        Hexachloroethane                 1.0
                68-12-2        N,N-Dimethylformamide          0.1
                68-76-8       ; Triaziquone                       1.0
                               [2,5-Cyclohexadiene-l,4-dione,
                               2,3,5-tris(l-aziridinyl)-]
                70-30-4       . Hexachlorophene                  1.0
                71-36-3        n-Butyl alcohol                   1.0
                71-43-2       , Benzene                          0.1
                71-55-6       ; 1,1,1-Trichloroethane (Methyl      1.0
                                chloroform)
                72-43-5        Methoxychlor                     1.0
                               [Benzene, l,l'-(2,2,2-trichloro-
                               ethylidene)bis [4-methoxy-]]
                72-57-1        Trypanblue                       0.1
                74-83-9       ' Bromomethane (Methyl bromide)   1.0
                74-85-1        Ethylene                         1.0
                74-87-3        Chloromethane (Methyl chloride)   1.0
                74-88-4        Methyl iodide                     1.0
                74-90-8        Hydrogen cyanide                1.0
                74-95-3        Methylene bromide               1.0
                75-00-3        Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride)      1.0
                75-01-4        Vinyl chloride                    0.1
                75-05-8        Acetonitrile                       1.0
                75-07-0        Acetaldehyde                     0.1
                75-09-2        Dichloromethane (Methylene      0.1
                               chloride)
                75-15-0        Carbon disulfide                  1.0
                75-21-8        Ethylene oxide                    0.1
                75-25-2        Bromoform (Tribromomethane)    1.0
                75-27-4        Dichlorobromomethane            1.0
 *C.I. means "Color Index"
       Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Form and Instructions  11-13

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                     I'll	1(1
                                        I  I
 TableU
 CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
                                            CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                                                                                De Minimis
                                                                                              Concentration
 75-^4-3
 75-353
 75-43;i j'
      1 ..... ; ..... •"
 75-44^
 75-45-S
      I
 75-55-8
 75-56-9
 75-63-8

 75-65-0
 75-68-3

 ^75-69-4
 75-71-1
      ;  !
I      I,!, ;
 75-72-9
 75-86-5"
 75-88-7
:.•     :::i
 76-01-7
 76-02-8
': 76-06-2!
 76-13-1
 76-14-2

 76-15-3
";   :  ;:i;;
 76-44-8
 76-87-9
 77-47-4
 77-73-6
 77-78-1
 78-48-8

 78-84-2
 78-87-5
 78-88-6
 78-92-2
 78-93-3
 79-00-5
 79-01-6
 79-06-1
 79-10-Z
    Ethylidene dichloride
    Vmylidene chloride
...... , ...... Pislilqrgfluofpmethane ....  '. , .   ,'
'''• ..... ';'(HCFC>21)  '  "  " '"' '"'
 ' ,'PEosgerie  ....... ......  '"    "
    Chlorodifluoromethane
  -;;' (HCFC-22)       '   "
    Propyleneimine
    Propylene oxide
    Bromotrifluoromethane
    (Halon 1301)
    tert-Butyl alcohol
    l-Chloro-l,l-difIuoroethane
    (HCFC-|42b)
    Tnchlorpfluprometiiane(CFC-ll)
    Dichlorodifluorometiiane
 ,   (CFC-12)
  |.,! p.i'V , HiiiQUL  i ..... iiiiin.il1 h, "i .   ......  ,| ,11" •", '   • ...... ;   H •    ,,
    Chlorotrifluoromethane (CFC-13)
 " ,  2-Methyllactonitrile    ................
    2-Chloro-l,l,l:trifluoroethane
    (HCFC-lSSa)
    Pentachloroethane
    Trichloroacetyl chloride
    CHErdplcrin ..........
    FreonllS
    [Ethane, l,l,2-trichloro-l,2,2,-
    trifluoro-]
    Dichlorotetrafluoroethane
    (CFC-114)
    Monochlprppentafluoroethane
              '
   Heptachlor
   [1,4,5,6,7,8,8-Heptachloro-
   3a,!,7,7a-tetrahydro-4>-
   methano-lH-indene]
   Triphenyltin hydroxide
   Hexachlorqcyclopentadiene
   Dicyclopentadiene
   Dimethyl sulfate
   S^^-TributyltritlTiophosphate
   (DEF)
   Isobutyraldehyde
   1,2-Dichloropropane
   2,3-Dichloropropene
   sec-Butyl alcohol
   Methyl ethyl ketone
   1,1,2-Trichloroethane
   Triehlpxaethylene
   Acrylamlde
   Acrlic acid
           1.0
           H
          ,1-0

           1.6
           1.0

           0.1
           0.1
           1.0

           1.0
           1.0

           1.0
           1.0
          ; li.' i
           1.0
           1.0
           LO

           1.0
           1.0
          '1.6
           1.0
           1.0

           1.0

           0.1
          1.0
          1.0
          1.0
          0.1
          1.0

          1.0
          1.0
          1.0
          1.0
          1.0
          1.0
          0-1
          0.1
          1.0
                                                       79-11-8
                                                       79-19-6
                                                       79-21-0
                                                       79-22-1
                                                       79-34-5
                                                       79-44-7
                                                       79-46-9
                                                       80-05-7
                                                       80-15-9
                                                       80-62-6
                                                       81-07-2

                                                       81-88-9
                                                       82-28-0
                                                       82-68-8

                                                       84-74-2
                                                       85-01-8
                                                       85-44-9
                                                       86-30-6
                                                       87-62-7
                                                       87-68-3
                                                       87-86-5
                                                       88-06-2
                                                       88-75-5
                                                       88-85-7
                                                       88-89-1
                                                       90-04-0
                                                       90-43-7
                                                       90-94-8
                                                       91-08-7
                                                       91-20-3
                                                       91-22-5
                                                       91-59-8
                                                       91-94-1
                                                       92-52-4
                                                       92-67-1
                                                       92-87-5
                                                       92-93-3
                                                       93-65-2
                                                       94-11-1
                                                       94-36-0
                                                       94-58-6
                                                       94-59-7
                                                       94-74-6
                                                       94-75-7

                                                       94-80-4
11-14  TOA'/CS Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions
 Chloroacetic acid                  1.0
 Thiosemicarbazide                 1.0
 Peracetic acid                      1.0
 Methyl chiprocarbonate            1.0
 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane           1.0
 Dimethylcarbamyl chloride         0.1
 2-Nitropropane                    0.1
 4,4'-Isopropylidenediphenol        1.0
 Cumene hydroperoxide            1.0
 Methyl methacrylate               1.0
 Saccharin (manufacturing, no       0.1
 supplier notification)
 C.I. Food Red 15                   0.1
 l-Amino-2-methylanthraquinone    0.1
 Quintozene                        1.0
 [Pentachloronitrobenzene]
 Dibutyl phtlialate                  1.0
 Phenanthrene                      1.0
 Phthalic anhydride                 1.0
 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine           1.0
 2,6-Xylidine                        0.1
 Hexachloro-l,3-butadiene           1.0
 Pentachlorophenol (PCP)           0.1
 2,4,6-TrichIorophenol               0.1
 2-Nitrophenol                      1.0
 Dinitrobutyl  phenol (Dinoseb)       1.0
 Picric acid                         1.0
 o-Anisidine                        0.1
 2-Phenylphenol                    1.0
 Michler's ketone                   0.1
 Toluene-2,6-diisocyanate           0.1
 Naphthalene                       1.0
 Quinoline                          1.0
 beta-Naphthylamine               0.1
 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine              0.1
 Biphenyl                           1.0
 4-Aminobiphenyl                  0.1
 Benzidine                          0.1
4-Nitrobiphenyl                    0.1
 Mecoprop                          0.1
 2,4-D isopropyl ester               0.1
 Benzoyl peroxide                 1.0
 Dihydrosafrole                    0.1
Safrole                            0.1
 Methoxone                        0.1
 ((4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxy)
acetic acid) (MCPA)
2,4-D [Acetic acid, (2,4-            0.1
dichlorophenoxy)-]
2,4-D butyl ester                   0.1
 ..  .    .   I
  ""Not elsewhere classified" indicated by "n.e.c."

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                                                                                                    Table II
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
94-82-6        2,4-DB                            1.0
95-47-6        o-Xylene                          1.0
95-48-7        o-Cresol                          1.0
95-50-1        1,2-Dichlorobenzene               1.0
95-53-4        o-ToIuidine                       0.1
95-54-5        1,2-PhenyIenediamine             1.0
95-63-6        1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene            ,1.0
95-69-2        p-Chloro-o-toluidine               0.1
95-80-7        2,4-Diaminotoluene                0.1
95-95-4        2,4,5-Trichlorophenol              1.0
96-09-3        Styrene oxide                     0.1
96-12-8        l,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane      0.1
               (DBCP)
96-18-4        1,2,3-Trichloropropane            0.1
96-33-3        Methyl aery late                   1.0
96-45-7        Ethylene thiourea                 0.1
97-23-4        Dichlorophene                    1.0
               [2/2'-Methylenebis(4-chlorophenol)]
97-56-3        C.I. Solvent Yellow 3               1.0
98-07-7        Benzoic trichloride                0.1
               (Benzotrichloride)
98-82-8        Cumehe                          1.0
98-86-2        Acetophenone                    1.0
98-87-3        Benzal chloride                   1.0
98-88-4        Benzoyl chloride                  1.0
98-95-3        Nitrobenzene                     0.1
99-30-9        Dichloran [2,6-Dichloro-4-         1.0
               nitroaniline]
99-55-8        5-Nitro-o-toluidine                1.0
99-59-2        5-Nitro-o-anisidine                1.0
99-65-0        m-Dinitrobenzene                 1.0
100-01-6       p-Nitroaniline                    1.0
100-02-7       4-Nitrophenol                    1.0
100-25-4       p-Dinitrobenzene                 1.0
100-41-4       Ethylbenzene                     1.0
100-42-5       Styrene                           0.1
100-44-7       Benzyl chloride                   1.0
100-75-4       N-Nitrosopiperidine               0.1
101-05-3       Anilazine                         1.0
               [4,6-Dichloro-N-(2-chlorophenyl)-
               1,3/5-triazin-2-amine]
101-14-4       4,4'-Methylenebis(2-chloro-        0.1
               aniline)(MBOCA)
101-61-1       4,4'-Methylenebis(N,N-            0.1
               dimethyl)benzenamine
101-77-9       4/4'-Methylenedianiline            0.1
101-80-4       4/4'-Diaminodiphenyl ether        0.1
101-90-6       Diglycidyl resorcinol ether         0.1
104-12-1       p-Chlorophenyl isocyanate        1.0
104-94-9       p-Anisidine                       1.0
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
                 105-67-9        2,4-Dimethylphenol                1.0
                 106-42-3        p-Xylene                          1.0
                 106-44-5        p-Cresol                          1.0
                 106-46-7        1,4-Dichlorobenzene       .        0.1
                 106-47-8        p-Chloroaniline                    0.1
                 106-50-3        p-Phenylenediamine               1.0
                 106-51-4        Quinone                          1.0
                 106-88-7        1,2-Burylene oxide                 1.0
                 106-89-8        Epichlorohydrin                   0.1
                 106-93-4       :1,2-Dibromoethane                0.1
                                (Ethylene dibromide)
                 106-99-0        1,3-Butadiene                     0.1
                 107-02-8        Acrolein                          1.0
                 107-05-1        Allyl chloride                     1.0
                 107-06-2        1,2-Dichloroethane (Ethylene       0.1
                                dichloride)
                 107-11-9        Allylamine                        1.0
                 107-13-1        Acrylonitrile                      0.1
                 107-18-6        Allyl alcohol                      1.0
                 107-19-7        Propargyl alcohol                  1.0
                 107-21-1        Ethylene glycol                    1.0
                 107-30-2        Chloromethyl methyl ether         0.1
                 108-05-4        Vinyl acetate                      0.1
                 108-10-1        Methyl isobutyl ketone             1.0
                 108-31-6        Maleic anhydride                  1.0
                 108-38-3        m-Xylene                         1.0
                 108-39-4  .      m-Cresol                         1.0
                 108-45-2        1,3-Phenylenediamine              1.0
                 108-60-1        Bis(2-chloro-l-methylethyl) ether   1.0
                 108-88-3        Toluene                           1.0
                 108-90-7        Chlorobenzene                    1.0
                 108-93-0        Cyclohexanol                     1.0
                 108-95-2        Phenol                           1.0
                 109-06-8        2-Methylpyridine                  1.0
                 109-77-3        Malononitrile                     1.0
                 109-86-4       ! 2-Methoxyethanol                 1.0
                 110-54-3        n-Hexane                         1.0
                 110-57-6        trans-l,4-Dichloro-2-butene         1.0
                 110-80-5        2-Ethoxyethanol                   1.0
                 110-82-7        Cyclohexane                     ~1.0
                 110-86-1        Pyridine                          1.0
                 111-42-2        Diethanolamine                   1.0
                 111-44-4        Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether            1.0
                 111-91-1        Bis(2-chloroethoxy) methane        1.0
                 114-26-1       . Propoxur                         1.0
                                [Phenol, 2-(l-methylethoxy)-,
                                methylcarbamate]
                 115-07-1        Propylene (Propene)               1.0
                 115-28-6        Chlorendic acid                   0.1
 *C./. means "Color Index"
       Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Form and Instructions  11-15

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Ml	.", I ,i?|n|, .t1",'!'1:!1. ;!'"
                                                                          'fifiW''!' id1 Oh1"!!!!!11!'
Si I
Li-
         CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                         De Minirnis
                                       Concentration
 115-32-2
 116-06-3
 117-79-3
 117-81-7
 118-74-1
 119-90-4
 119-93-7
'••*     ป•"  '
i .     Hi i " I ,|  !
 120-12-7
"120-36-5
 120-58;! t
 120-71-8
 120-80-9
 120-82-1
 120-83-2
 121-14-2
 121-44-8
 121-69-7
 121-75-5
 122-34-9
 122-39^4
 122-66-7

 123-31:9
 123-38^6
 123-63-7
 123-72-8
 123-91-1
 124-40-3
 124-73-2

 126-72-7

 126-98-7
127-18-4

128-03-0
      j^rf i
128-Q4-|
,128-66:5
131-11-3
131-52-2
132-27-4
132-6-1-9
                Dicofol
                [Benzenemethanol, 4-chloro-.aIpha.
                -4-{chlorophenyI)-.alpha.-
                (trichloromethyl)-]
                Aldicarb
                2-Aminoanthraquinone
                Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
                Hexachlorobenzene
                3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine
                S^'-Dimethylbenzidine
                (o-Tolidine)
               • ViiliN iiM'iiill  • In'IdiJKl  "   , '      ..
                Anthracene
                2,4-DP	
                      '  p-Cresidine
                        Qlt?chq|
                        lAj-frichlprobenzene
                        2,4-pichIorophenol
                        2,4-Dinitrotoluene
                        Triethylamine
                        N,N-Dimethylaniline
                        Malathion
                        Simazine
                        Diphenylamine
                        1,2-Diphenylhydrazine   '
                        (Hydrazobenzene)
                        Hydroquinone
                        Propionaldehyde
                        Paraldehyde
                        Butyraldehyde
                        1,4-Dioxane
                        Dimethylamine
                        Dibromotetrafluoroethane
                        (Halbn2402)
                       Tris(2/3-dibromopropyl)
                        phosphate
                        Methacrylonitrile
               Tetrachloroethylene
               (Perchloroethylene)
               Potassium
               ^dimethyldithiocarbamate
               Sodium jiimethyldithiocarbamate
               .CLVat Yellow 4
               Dimetliyl phthalate
               Sodium pentachlorophenate
               Sod|pm p-phenylphenoxide
               Dibenzofuran
                                                         1.0

                                                         1.0
                                                         1.0
                                                         1.0
                                                         1.0
                                                         0.1
                                                         1.0
                                                       CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                         De Minimis
                                       Concentration
                                                          1.0   133-06-2
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1

1.0
0.1
1.0
6.1
1,0
1.0
1.0
0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.1

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.1
1.0
1.0

0.1

1.0
1.0
0.1
133-07-3
133-90-4


134-29-2
134-32-7
135-20-6


136-45-8
137-26-8
137-41-7

137-42-8

138-93-2

139-13-9
139-65-1
140-88-5
141-32-2
142-59-6
148-79-8

149-30-4

150-50-5
150-68-5
151-56-4
156-10-5
156-62-7
298-00-0
300-76-5
301-12-2

302-01-2
306-83-2

309-00-2
        11-16  Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions
 Captan                           1.0
 [lH-Isoindole-l,3(2H)-dione/ 3a,
 4,7,7a-tetrahydro-2-
 [(trichloromethyl)thio]-]
 Folpet                            1.0
 Chloramben                       1.0
 [Benzoic acid, 3-amino-2/5-
 dichloro-]
 o-Anisidine hydrochloride          0.1
 alpha-Naphthylamine              0.1
 Cupferron                         0.1
 [Benzeneamine, N-hydroxy-N-
 nitroso, ammonium salt]
 Dipropyl isocinchomeronate        1.0
 Thiram                           1.0
 Potassium N-methyldithio-         1.0
 carbamate
 Metham sodium (Sodium           1.0
 methyldithiocarbamate)
 Disodium cyanodithioimido-        1.0
 carbonate
 Nitrilotriacetic acid                 0.1
 4,4'-Thiodianiline                   0.1
 Ethyl acrylate                      0.1
 Butyl acrylate                      1.0
 Nabam                            1.0
 Thiabendazole                     1.0
 [2-(4-Thiazolyl)-lH-benzimidazole]
 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole          1.0
 (MET)
 Merphos                         1.0
 Monuron                         1.0
 Ethyleneimine (Aziridine)          0.1
 p-Nitrosodiphenylamine           1.0
 Calcium cyanamide                1.0
 Methyl parathion                  1.0
 Naled                            l.O
 Oxydemeton methyl               1.0
 [S-(2-(EthyIsulfinyl)ethyI) O,O-
 dimethyl ester phosphorothioic
 acid]
 Hydrazine                        0.1
 2/2-Dichloro-l,l,l-trifluoroethane    1.0
 (HCFC-123)
 Aldrin                            1.0
 [l^iS^-Dimethanonaphthalene,
1,2,3,4,10,10-hexachloro-
l,4,4a,5,8,8a-hexahydro-
 (1 .alpha.,4.alpha.,4a.beta.,
5.alpha.,8.alpha.,8a.beta.)-]
         1 ' i         "            	
  *"Not elsewhere classified" indicated by "n.e.c."

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                                                                                                   Table II
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
314_40-9       Bromacil                          1.0
               (5-Bromo-6-methyl-3-(l-methyl-
               propyl)-2,4(lH,3H)-pyrimidine-
               dione)
319-84-6       alpha-Hexachlorocyclohexane      1.0
330-54-1       Diuron                           1.0
330-55-2       Linuron                           1.0
333-41-5       Diazinon                          1.0
334-88-3       Diazomethane                     1.0
353-59-3       Bromochlorodifluoromethane      1.0
               (Halon 1211)
354-11-0       l/U,2-aetrachloro-2-fluoro-        1.0
               ethane (HCFC-121a)
354-14-3       1,1,2,2-Tetrachloro-l-              1.0
               fluoroethane (HCFC-121)
354-23-4       l,2-Dichloro-l,l,2-                 1.0
               trifluoroethane (HCFC-123a)
354-25-6       l-Chloro-1,1,2,2-                   1.0
               tetrafluoroethane (HCFC-124a)
357-57-3       Brucine         •                  1.0
422-44-6       l>DichlQro-l,l,2&3-              1.0
               pentafluoropropane
               (HCFC-225bb)
422-48-0       2,3-Dichloro-l,l,l,2,3-              1.0
               pentafluoropropane
               (HCFC-225ba)
422-56-0       3,3-Dichloro-l,l,l,2,2-              1.0
               pentafluoropropane
               (HCFC-225ca)
431-86-7       l,2-Dichloro-l,l,3,3,3-              1.0
               pentafluoropropane
               (HCFC-225da)
460-35-5       3-Chloro~l,l,l-trifluoropropane     1.0
               (HCFC-253fb)
463-58-1       Carbonyl sulfide                  1.0
465-73-6       Isodrin                           1.0
492-80-8       C.I. Solvent Yellow 34              0.1
               (Auramine)
505-60-2       Mustard gas                      0.1
               [Ethane, l,l'-thiobis[2-chloro-]]
507-55-1       l,3-Dichloro-l,l,2,2,3-              1.0
               pentafluoropropane
               (HCFC-225cb)
510-15-6       Chlorobenzilate                   1.0
               [Benzeneacetic acid, 4-chloro-.
               alpha.-(4-chlorophenyl)-.alpha.-
               hydroxy-, ethyl ester]
528-29-0       o-Dinitrobenzene                 1.0
532-27-4       2-Chloroacetophenone             1.0
CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                                                                              De Minimis
                                                                                            Concentration
                533-74.4       Dazomet                         1.0
                               (Tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-2H-
                               l,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione)
                534-52-1       4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol                1.0
                540-59-0       1,2-Dichloroethylene              1.0
                541-41-3       Ethyl chloroformate               1.0
                541-53-7       2,4-Dithiobiuret                   1.0
                541-73-1       1,3-Dichlorobenzene              1.0
                542-75-6       1,3-Dichloropropylene             0.1
                542-76-7       3-Chloropropionitrile              1.0
                542-88-1       Bis(chloromethyl) ether            0.1
                554-13-2       Lithium carbonate                1.0
                556-61-6       : Methyl isothiocyanate          .1.0
                               [Isothiocyanatomethane]
                563-47-3       3-Chloro-2-methyl-l-propene      0.1
                569-64-2       C.I. Basic Green 4                 1.0
                584-84-9       Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate           0.1
                593-60-2       Vinyl bromide                    0.1
                594-42-3       , Perchloromethyl mercaptan        1.0
                606-20-2       2,6-Dinitrotoluene                0.1
                612-82-8       3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine            0.1
                               dihydrochloride
                               (o-Tolidine dihydrochloride)
                612-83-9       3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine             0.1
                               dihydrochloride
                615-05-4       2,4-Diaminoanisole                0.1
                615-28-1       1,2-Phenylenediamine             1.0
                               dihydrochloride
                621-64-7       N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine        0.1
                624-18-0       1,4-Phenylenediamine             1.0
                               dihydrochloride
                624-83-9       Methyl isocyanate                1.0
                630-20-6       1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane          1.0
                636-21-5       o-Toluidine hydrochloride         0.1
                639-58-7       Triphenylnn chloride              1.0
                680-31-9       Hexamethylphosphoramide        0.1
                684-93-5       N-Nitroso-N-methylurea          0.1
                709-98-8       Propanil (N-(3,4-Dichlorophenyl)   1.0
                               propanamide)
                759-73-9       N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea            0.1
                 759_94-4       Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate      1.0
                               (EPTC)
                 764-41-0       l,4-Dichloro-2-butene             1.0
                 812-04-4       l,l-Dichloro-l,2,2-trifluoroethane   1.0
                               (HCFC-123b)
                 834-12-8       Ametryn                         1.0
                               (N-Ethyl-N'-(l-methylethyl)-6-
                               (methylthio)-l,3,5,-triazine-2,4-
                               diamine)
                 842-07-9       C.I. Solvent Yellow  14             1.0
 *C.I. means "Color Index"
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                                                                       i nil n i pi i
  CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
                                                        CAS Number  Chemical Name
 872-50-4
i. ซ4-m
 924-42-5
",'957-51-7,
 961-11-5
 989-38-8
 1114-71-2
 1120-ZM
 1134-23-2
 1163-I|-5
 1313-27-5
 1314-20-1
 1319-77-3
 1320-18-9

 1330-20-7
 1332-2M,
 1335-87-1
 1336-36-3
"1344-28-i
 1464-53-5"
 1563-66-2
 1582-09-8
1634-04-4
1649-08-7

1689-81-5
1689-99-2


1717-00-6

t836-7f-$


1861-40-1
  N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone
	, N^itjฃjspdirn-buhtylamine
  N-MethyloIacrylamide
  Diphenamid
  Tetrachlorvinphos
  [Phosphoric acid, 2-chloro-l-
  (2,4,5-trichlorophenyl)ethenyl
  dimethyl ester]
  C.I. Basic Red 1
  Pebulate
  [Butylethylcarbamothioic acid S-
  prppyl ester]
  Propane sultone
 Cycloate
 Decabrpmodiphenyl oxide
 Molybdenum trioxide
 Thorium dioxide
 Cresol (mixed isomers)
 2,4-D propylene glycol butyl
 ether ester
 Xylene (mixed isomers)
 Asbestos (friable)
 Hexachlpronaphthalene
 Pplychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
 Aluminum oxide (fibrous forms)
 Diepoxybutane
 Carbofuran
 Trifiuralin
 [Benezeneamine, 2,6-dinitro-
 N,N-dipropyl-4-
 (trifluoromethyl)-]
 Methyl tert-butyl ether
 l,2-Dichloro-l,l-difluoroethane
 (HCFC-132b)
 Bromoxynil
 hydroxybenzonitrile)
 B^pjnoxynil octanoate
 (dclanoic acid, 2,6-dibromo-4-
 cyanophenyl ester)
 1,1-Dichloro-l-fluoroethane
 (HCFC-lilb)
 Nitrpferj	
 [Benzene, 2,4-dichloro-l-(4-
 nitrophenoxy)-]
 Benfluralin
 (N-Butyl-N-ethyl-2,6-dinitro-4-
 (trifluorprnethyl)benzenamine)
           1.0
           0.1
           1.0
           1.0
           1.0
                                                  1.0
                                                  1.0

                                                  1.0
          1.0
                                                 1.0
          0,1
                                                 1.0
                           De Minimis
                         Concentration
                                                        1897-45-6
                                                        1910-42-5
                                                        1912-24-9
                                                        1918-00-9
1.0
1.0


0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.1

1.0
0.1
1.0
0.1
1.0
0.1
1.0
1.0


1918-02-1
1918-16-7


1928-43-4
1929-73-3
1929-82-4


1937-37-7
1982-69-0


1983-10-4
2032-65-7
2155-70-6
2164-07-0

                                                       2164-17-2
               2212-67-1
                                                       2234-13-1
                                                       2300-66-5
                                                       2303-16-4
                                                       2303-17-5
                                                       2312-35-8
                                                       2439-01-2
                                                       2439-10-3
                                                       2524-03-0
H-18  Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions
 Chlorothalonil                    1.0
 [1,3-BenzenedicarbonitriIe,
 2,4,5,6-tetrachloro-]
 Paraquat dichloride               1.0
 Atrazine                          0.1
 (6-Chloro-N-ethyl-N'-(l-methyl-
 ethyl)-l,3,5-triazine-2,4-diamme)
 Dicamba                          i.o
 (3,6-Dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic
 acid)
 Picloram                          1.0
 Propachlor                        1.0
 [2-Chloro-N-(l-metihylethyl)-N-
 phenylacetamide]
 2,4-D 2-ethyIhexyl ester            0.1
 2,4-D butoxyethyl ester            0.1
 Nitrapyrin                        1.0
 (2-Chloro-6-(trichlorornethyI)-
 pyridine)
 C.I. Direct Black 38                0.1
 Sodium dicamba                   1.0
 [3,6-Dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic
 acid, sodium salt]
 Tributyltin fluoride                1.0
 Methiocarb                        l .0
 Tributyltin methacrylate            1.0
 Dipotassium endothall             1.0
 [7-OxabicycIo(2.2.1)heptane-2,3-
 dicarboxylic acid, dipotassium
 salt]
 Fluometuron                      1.0
 [Urea, N,N-dimethyl-N'-[3-
 (trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-]
 Molinate                          1.0
 (IH-Azepine-l-carbothioic acid,
 hexahydro-S-ethyl ester)
 Octachloronaphthalene             1.0
 Dimethylamine dicamba            1.0
 Diallate                            1.0
 [Carbamothioic acid, bis(l-
 methyl- ethyl)-S-(2,3-dichloro-
 2-propenyl) ester]
Triallate                            i.o
Propargite                         i.o
Chinomethionat                   1.0
 [6-Methyl-l,3-dithiolo[4,5-b]-
quinoxalin-2-one]
Dodine                           i.o
[Dodecylguanidine monoacetate]
Dimethyl chlorothiophosphate      1.0
           i
 *"Not elsewhere classified" indicated by "n.e.c."
         ........ lllliiiM^^^^^^^^^^             ..... 3itmm>>
                                        ^ ...... iiii,!!!!!! ...... i ..... JiiiitS              ..... <:,ฃ• ...... ^
                                   ,i	''?!	!^^^^^
                                                                                                 ':!>:
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                                                                                                   Table II
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
2602-46-2      C.I. Direct Blue 6
2655-15-4      2,3,5-Trimethylphenyl methyl
               carbamate
2699-79-8      Sulfuryl fluoride (Vikane)
2702-72-9      2,4-D sodium salt
2832-40-8      C.I. Disperse Yellow 3
2837-89-0      2-Chloro-l,l,l,2-
               tetrafluoroethane (HCFC-124)
2971-38-2      2,4-D Chlorocrotyl ester
3118-97-6      C.I. Solvent Orange 7
3383-96-8      Temephos
3653-48-3      Methoxone sodium salt
               ((4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxy)
               acetate sodium salt)
3761-53-3      C.I. Food Red 5
4080-31-3      l-(3-ChloroaHyl)-3,5,7-triaza-l-
               azoniaadarnantane chloride
4170-30-3      Crotonaldehyde
4549-40-0      N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine
4680-78-8      C.I. Acid Green 3
5234-68-4      Carboxin
               (5,6-Dihydro-2-methyl-N-phenyl-
               l,4-oxathiin-3-carboxamide)
5598-13-0      'Chlorpyrifos methyl
               [O,O-Dimethyl-O-(3,5,6~trichloro-
               2-pyridyl)phosphorothioate]
 5902-51-2      Terbacil
               [5-Chloro-3-(l,l-dimethylethyl)-
               6-methyl-2,4(lH,3H)-
               pyrimidinedione]
 6459-94-5      C.I. Acid Red 114
 7287-19-6      Prometryn
                [N,N'-Bis(l-methylethyl)-6-
                methylthio-l/3/5-triazine-2,
               4-diamine]
 7429-90-5       Aluminum (fume or dust)
 7439-92-1       Lead
 7439-96-5       Manganese
 7439-97-6       Mercury
 7440-02-0       Nickel
 7440-22-4   -   Silver
 7440-28-0       Thallium
 7440-36-0      Antimony
 7440-38-2      Arsenic
 7440-39-3      Barium
 7440-41-7      Beryllium
 7440-43-9      Cadmium
 7440-47-3      Chromium
 7440-48-4      Cobalt
 7440-50-8      Copper
                                                      CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                        De Minimis
                                      Concentration
           0.1
           1.0

           1.0
           0.1
           1.0
           1.0

           0.1
           1.0
           1.0
           0.1
           0.1
           1.0

           1.0
           0.1
           1.0
           1.0
            1.0
            1.0
            0.1
            1.0
            1.0
            0.1
            1.0
            1.0
            0.1
            1.0
            1.0
            1.0
            0.1
            1.0
            0.1
            0.1
            1.0
            0.1
            1.0
7440-62-2      Vanadium (fume or dust)
7440-66-6    t  Zinc (fume or dust)
7550-45-0    '  Titanium tetrachloride
7632-00-0    ,  Sodium nitrite
7637-07-2      Boron trifluoride
7647-01-0      Hydrochloric acid
               (acid aerosols including mists,
               vapors, gas, fog, and other
               airborne forms of any particle size)
7664-38-2      Phosphoric acid
7664-39-3    ,  Hydrogen fluoride
7664-41-7      Ammonia
               (includes  anhydrous ammonia
               and aqueous ammonia from water
               dissociable ammonium salts and
               other sources; 10 percent of total
               aqueous ammonia is reportable
               under this listing)
7664-93-9      Sulfuric acid
               (acid aerosols including mists,
               vapors, gas, fog, and other
               airborne forms of any particle
               size)
 7696-12-0      Tetramethrin
               [2,2-Dimethyl-3-(2-methyl-l-
               propenyl)cyclopropanecarboxylic
               acid (l,3,4,5,6,7-hexahydro-l,3-
               dioxo-2H-isoindol-2-yl)methyl
               ester]
 7697-37-2      Nitric acid
 7723-14-0      Phosphorus (yellow or white)
 7726-95-6      Bromine
 7758-01-2       Potassium bromate
 7782-41-4       Fluorine
 7782-49-2       Selenium
 7782-50-5       Chlorine
 7786-34-7       Mevinphos
 7803-51-2       Phosphine
 8001-35-2      Toxaphene
 8001-58-9    -  Creosote
 9006-42-2      Metiram
 10028-15-6     Ozone
 10034-93-2     Hydrazine sulfate
 10049-04-4     Chlorine dioxide
 10061-02-6     trans-l,3-Dichloropropene
 10294-34-5     Boron trichloride
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
 1.0
                                                                  1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 0.1
 1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 0.1
 0.1
 1.0
 1.0
 0.1
 1.0
 0.1
 1.0
  *C.l. means "Color Index"
                                              Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Form and Instructions
                                                                11-19

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                                                                                                                Ill II
          Table II
         .mmmmmm
           •   Hi  T
          CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                   De Minimis
                                 Concentration
          10453-86-8
          12122-67-7

       	'i      iiiin'i' ' i

          12427-38-2




          13194-48-4



          13356^08-6
         13463-40-6
         13474-88-9
         13684-56-5
         14484-64-1
         15972-60-8
         16071-86-6
         16543-55-8
         17804-35-2
         19044-88-3
         19666-30-9
        20325-40-0
        20354-26-1
        20816-12-0
        20859-73-8
        21087-64-9
        21725-46-2
          Resmethrin
          [[5-(Phenylmethyl)-3-furanyl]
          methyl- 2,2-dimethyl-3-(2-methyl-
          1-propenyl) cyclopropane-
          carboxylate]]
          Zineb .................
          ICarbamodithioic acid, 1,2-
          e|hanediylbis-, zinc complex]
          Maneb
          [Carbamodithioic acid, 1,2-
          ethanediylbis-, manganese
          complex]
          Ethoprop
          [Phosphorodithioic acid O-ethyl
         Sjjjdipropyl ester]
         Fenbutatin oxide
         (Hexakis(2-methyl-2-
         phenylpropyl)distannoxane)
         Iron pentacarbonyl
                        pentafluoropropane
         Desmedipham
         Ferbam
         [Tris(dimethylcarbamodithioato-
         SปS')iron]
         Alachlor
         C.L Direct Brown 95
         N-Nitrosonornicotine
         Benpmyl
         [4-(Dipropylamino)-3,5-
         dinitrobenzenesulfonamide]
         Oxydiazpn
         [3:fp-Dkhloro-5-(l-methyl-
        , etIlP;xy)phenyl]-5-(l,l-dimethyl-
         ethyl)-lA4-qxadiazol:2(3H)-one]
         3,3'-ipimethoxybenzidine
         difiydrochloride (o-Dianisidine
         diliydrpchloride)
         Methazole
         [2-(3,4-DichIorophenyI)-4-
        methyl- 1,2,4-oxadiazolidine-
        3,5-dione]
        Osmiumtetroxide
        Aluminum phosphide
        Metribuzin
        Cyanazine
                                                          1.0
  1.0
  1.0
 1.0
                                                          1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 1.0
 0.1
 0.1
 1.0
 1.0
                                                         1.0
                                                         0.1
                                                         1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
                                                                CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                               De Minimis
                                             Concentration
        11-20
  22781-23-3      Bendiocarb                       i.o
                 [2,2-Dimethyl~l,3-benzodioxol-
                 4-olmethyIcarbamate]
  23564-05-8      Thiophanate methyl               1.0
  23564-06-9      Thiophanate ethyl                 i.o
                 [[1,2-Phenylenebis-
                 (iminocarbonothioyl)]biscarbamic
                 acid diethyl ester]
  23950-58-5      Pronamide                        i.o
  25311-71-1      Isofenphos                        i.o
                 [2-[[Ethoxyl[(l-methylethyl)-
                 amino]phosphinothioyl]oxy]
                 benzoic acid 1-methylethyl ester]
  25321-14-6      Dinitrotoluene (mixed isomers)     1.0
  25321-22-6      Dichlorobenzene (mixed isomers)   0.1
  25376-45-8     Diaminotoluene (mixed isomers)    0.1
  26002-80-2     Phenothrin                        i.o
                 [2,2-DimethyI-3-(2-methyl-l-
                propenyl)cyclopropanecarboxylic
                acid (3-phenoxyphenyl)methyl
                ester]
 26471-62-5     Toluene diisocyanate               0.1
                (mixed isomers)
 26628-22-8     Sodium azide                      i.o
 26644-46-2     Triforine                          i.o
                [N,N'-[l,4-Piperazinediylbis
                (2,2,2-trichloroethylidene)]
                bisformamide]
 27314-13-2     Norflurazon                      i.o
                [4-Chloro-5-(methylamino)-2-
                [3-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-3(2H)-
                pyridazinone]
 28057-48-9     d-trans-Allethrin                  i.o
                [d-trans-Chrysanthemic acid of
                d-allethrone]
 28249-77-6      Thiobencarb                       i.o
                [Carbamic acid, diethylthio-, S-
                (p-chlorobenzyl)ester]
 28407-37-6      C.I. Direct Blue 218                1.0
 29232-93-7      Pirimiphos methyl                 1.0
                [O-(2-(Diethylamino)-6-methyl-
               4-pyrimidinyl)-O,O-dimethyI
               phosphorothioate]
30560-19-1     Acephate                          i.o
               (Acetylphosphoramidothioic
               acid O,S-dimethyI ester)
31218-83-4     Propetamphos                     i.o
               [3-[(Ethylarnino)methoxy
               phosphinothioyl]oxy]-2-butenoic
               acid, 1-methylethyl ester]
Si i
TO.V/CS Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions        -Not elsewhere classified" indicated by ••n.e.c."

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                                                                                                   Table II
CAS Number  Chemical Name
  De Minimis
Concentration
33089-61-1     Amitraz                          1.0
34014-18-1     Tebuthiuron                       1.0
               [N-[5-(l,l-DimethyIethyl)-l,3,4-
               thiadiazol-2-yl]-N,N'-
               dimethylurea]
34077-87-7     Dichlorotrifluoroethane            1.0
35367-38-5     Diflubenzuron                    1.0
35400-43-2     Sulprofos                         1.0
               [O-Ethyl O-[4-(methylthio)
               phenylj-phosphorodithioic acid
               S-propyl Ester]
35554-44-0     Imazalil                          1.0
               [l-[2-(2,4-DichIorophenyl)-2-(2-
               propenyloxy)ethyl]-lH-imidazole]
35691-65-7     l-Bromo-l-(bromomethyl)-l,3-     1.0
               propanedicarbonitrile
38727-55-8     Diethatyl ethyl                    1.0
39156-41-7     2,4-Diaminoanisole sulfate         0.1
39300-45-3     Dinocap                          1.0
39515-41-8     Fenproparhrin                    1.0
               [2,2,3,3-Tetramethylcyclopropane
               carboxylic acid cyano(3-
               phenoxyphenyl)methyl ester]
40487-42-1     Pendimethalin                    1.0
               [N-(l-Ethyrpropyl)-3,4-dimethyl-
               2,6-dinitrobenzenamine]
41198-08-7     Profenofos                        1.0
               [O-(4-Bromo-2-chlorophenyl)-O-
               ethyl-S-propyl-phosphorothioate]
41766-75-0     3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine   _        0.1
               dihydrofluoride (o-Tolidine
               dihydrofluoride)
42874-03-3     Oxyfluorfen                      1.0
43121-43-3     Triadimefon                      1.0
               [l-(4-Chlorophenoxy)-3,3-
               dimethyl-l-(lH-l,2,4-triazol-l-yl)-
               2-butanone]
50471-44-8     Vinclozolin                       1.0
               [3-(3,5-Dichlorophenyl)-5-
               ethenyl-5-methyl-2,4-
               oxazolidinedione]
51235-04-2     Hexazinone                      1.0
51338-27-3     Diclofop methyl                  1.0
                [2-[4-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)-
               phenoxyjpropanoic acid, methyl
               ester]
51630-58-1     Fenvalerate                       1.0
                [4-Chloro-alpha-(l-methylethyl)-
                benzeneacetic acid cyano(3-
                phenoxyphenyl)methyl ester]
CAS Number  Chemical Name
                                                                                              De Minimis
                                                                                            Concentration
                 52645-53-1      Permethrin                       1.0
                                [3-(2,2-Dichloroethenyl)-2,2-
                             1   dimethylcyclopropane carboxylic
                                acid, (3-phenoxyphenyl)methyl
                                ester]
                 53404-19-6  '   Bromacil, lithium salt             1.0
                                [2,4(lH,3H)-Pyrimidinedione, 5-
                                bromo-6-methyl-3-(l-methyl
                                propyl), lithium salt]
                 53404-37-8      2,4-D 2-ethyl-4-methylpentyl       0.1
                                ester
                 53404-60-7      Dazomet, sodium salt             1.0
                                [Tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-2H-
                                l,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione, ion(l-),
                                sodium]
                 55290-64-7   |   Dimethipin                      1.0
                                [2/3-Dihydro-5,6-dimethyl-l,4-
                                dithiin 1,1,4,4-tetraoxide]
                 55406-53-6      3-Iodo-2-propynyl butyl           1.0
                                carbamate
                 57213-69-1      Triclopyr triethylammonium salt   1.0
                 59669-26-0   ',   Thiodicarb                       1.0
                 60168-88-9   :   Fenarimol                        1.0
                                [.alpha.-(2-Chlorophenyl)-
                                .alpha.-4-chlorophenyl)-5-
                                pyrimidine-methanol]
                 60207-90-1      Propiconazole                    1.0
                                [l-[2-(2,4-Dichlorophenyl)-4-
                                propyl- l,3-dioxolan-2-yl]-methyl-
                                !H-l,2,4,-triazole]
                 62476-59-9     Acifluorfen, sodium salt            1.0
                                [5-(2-Chloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)-
                                phenoxy)-2-nitrobenzoic  acid,
                                sodium salt]
                 63938-10-3     Chlorotetrafluoroethane            1.0
                 64902-72-3     Chlorsulfuron                     1.0
                                [2-Chloro-N-[[(4-methoxy-6-
                                methyl- l,3,5-txiazin-2-yl)ammo]
                                car bony 1] benzenesulfonamide]
                 64969-34-2  ;   3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine sulfate      0.1
                 66441-23-4     Fenoxaprop ethyl                  1.0
                                [2-(4-((6-Chloro-2-benzoxa
                                zolylen)-oxy)phenoxy)propanoic
                                acid, ethyl ester]
                 67485-29-4     Hydramethylnon                  1.0
                                [Tetrahydro-5,5-dimethyl-2(lH)-
                                pyrimidinone[3-[4-
                                (trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-l-[2-[4-
                                (trifluoromethyl)phenyl]ethenyl]-
                                2-propenylidene]hydrazone]
 *C.l. means "Color Index"
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5-85-8 ,,,.i:!i Ohalothrin 	 1.0
De Minimis
CAS Number Chemical Name Concentration
77501-63-4 Lactofen 1.0
  68359-37-5
  69409-94-5
  69806-50-4
  71751-41-?
  72178-02-0
   72490-01-8



 "": 74051-SO-2
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        ill'  :'
  ^fopeny^-i^-Dirriethylcyclo-'"
  pTopanecarboxylic acid cyano(3-
  phenoxyphenyl) methyl ester]
  Cyfluthrin
  [3-(2,2-DichIoroethenyl)-2,2-
  dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylic
  a||d, cyanp(4-rluoro-3-
  pnenbxyphenyi)methyl ester]
  Fljivalinate
  [N-[2-Chloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)-
  phenyl]-DL-varine(+)-cyano(3-
  phenoxyphenyl)methyl ester]
  Fluazifpp butyl
  [2-[4-f[5-(Trifluoromethyl)-2-
  pyridinyl]oxy]phenpxy]propanoic
  acid, Butyl ester]
  Abamgctin [Avermectin Bl]
  Fomesafen
  [5-(2-Chloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)-
  phenpxy)-N-methylsulfonyl)-2-
'!' riltrbbenzamide]'
  Fenpxycarb
  [i2-(4-Phenoxyphenoxy)ethyl-]
i,' dif bamic acid ethyl fester]
  Sethoxydim
  [2-[l-(Ethoxyimino)buryl]-5-[2-
  (etfiy ltEio)propyl]-3-hydroxyl-2-
  cyclohexen-1-one]
  Quizalofop-ethyl
                 qulhoxalinyl)oxy]phenoxy]
                 propanoic acid ethyl ester]
                                                    1.0
                                                      1.0
                                                    1.0
                                                      1.0
                                                      1.0
                                                    1.0
                                                    1.0
                                                    1.0
                [Benzoic acid, 5-[2-Chloro-4-
                (rrifluoromethyl)phenoxy]-2-
                nitro-, 2-ethoxy-l-methyl-2-oxo
                ethyl ester]
 82657-04-3     Bifenthrin                          1.0
 88671-89-0     Myclobutanil                       1.0
                [.alpha.-Butyl-.alpha.-(4-
                chlorophenyl)-lH-l,2,4-triazole-l-
                propanenitrile]
 90454-18-5     Dichloro-l,l,2-trifluoroethane       1.0
 90982-32-4     Chlorimuron ethyl                  1.0
                [Ethyl-2-[[[[(4-chloro-6-
                methoxyprimidin-2-yl)amino]-
                carbohyl]-amino]sulfonyl]benzoate]
 101200-48-0     Tribenuron methyl                  1.0
                [2-[[[[(4-Methoxy-6-methyI-l,3,5-
                triazin-2-yl)methylamino]
                carbonyl] amino]sulfonyl]benzoic
                acid-, methyl ester]
 111512-56-2     l,l-Dichloro-l,2,3,3,3-              1.0
                pentafluoropropane (HCFC-
                225eb)
 111984-09-9     3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine           0.1
                hydrochloride (o-Dianisidine
                hydrochloride)
127564-92-5     Dichloropentafluoropropane        1.0
128903-21-9     2,2-Dichloro-l,l,l,3,3-              1.0
                pentafluoropropane (HCFC-
                225aa)
136013-79-1     l,3-Dichloro-l,l,2,3,3-              1.0
                pentafluoropropane (HCFC-
                225ea)
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                                                                                                   Table II
c.  Chemical Categories

Section 313 requires reporting on the EPCRA Section 313
chemical categories listed below, in addition  to the
specific EPCRA Section 313 chemicals listed above.

The metal  compound categories listed below,  unless
otherwise specified, are defined as including any unique
chemical substance that contains the named metal (i.e.,
antimony,  nickel,  etc.)  as  part  of that  chemical's
structure.

EPCRA Section 313 chemical categories are subject to the
1 percent de minimis concentration unless the substance
involved meets the definition of an OSHA carcinogen in
which case the  0.1 percent de minimis concentration
applies. The de minimis concentration for each category
is provided in parentheses.

N010  Antimony Compounds (1.0)
       Includes any unique chemical substance that
       contains antimony as part of that chemical's
       infrastructure.

N020  Arsenic Compounds (inorganic compounds:
       0.1; organic compounds: 1.0)
       Includes any unique chemical substance that
       contains arsenic as part of that chemical's
       infrastructure.

N040  Barium Compounds (1.0)
       Includes any unic\ue chemical substance that
       contains barium as part of that chemical's
       infrastructure. Tliis category does not include:
       Barium sidfate CAS Number 7727-43-7

N050  Beryllium Compounds (0.1)
       Includes any unique chemical substance
        that contains beryllium as part of that
       chemical's infrastructure.

N078   Cadmium Compounds (0.1)
        Includes any unique chemical substance
        that contains cadmium as part of that
        chemical's infrastructure.
         N084   Chlorophenols (0.1)
                             OH
          N090
          N096
          N100
           Wliere x = 1 to 5

Chromium Compounds (chromium VI
compounds: 0.1; chromium III compounds:
1.0)   Includes any unique chemical substance that
contains chromium as part of that chemical's
infrastructure.

Cobalt Compounds (0.1)
Includes any unique chemical substance that
contains cobalt as part of that chemical's
infrastructure.

Copper Compounds (1.0)
Includes any unique chemical substance that
contains copper as part of that chemical's
infrastructure.  Tliis category does not include
copper phthalocyanine compounds that are
substituted with only hydrogen, and/or chlorine,
and/or bromine.
          N106   Cyanide Compounds (1.0)
                 X*CN- where X = H* or any other group where a
                 formal dissociation may occur. For example KCN
                 or Ca(CN),.

          N120   Diisocyanates (1.0)
                 This category includes only those chemicals
                 listed below.

                 38661-72-2     l,3-Bis(methylisocyanate) -
                                cyclohexane
                 10347-54-3     l,4-Bis(methylisocyanate)-
                                cyclohexane
                 2556-36-7      1,4-Cyclohexane
                                diisocyanate
                 134190-37-7    Diethyldiisocyanatobenzene
                 4128-73-8      4,4'-Diisocyanatodiphenyl
                                ether
                 75790-87-3     2,4'-Diisocyanatodiphenyl
                                sulfide
 *C.I. menus "Color Index"
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          Table II
                          ,	r .,,,	, 3,3'-Dirnethoxybenzidine-
              IB  ': i'  ,	.'.,.',•'  1i!T' ; I™* 4,4'-diisocyanate
                 91-97-4        S^'-DimetfiyM/*1-
                          ,i)f|.;.'f,^: diphenylene diisocyanate
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       I
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                       ;,,:  $ , j|j|m;6manie-4,ฃ-4iisocyanate
                 4098-71-9      Isophorone diisocyanate
                 75790-84-g     ^-Methyldiphenylmethane-S^-
               S" i   ' V'1'  ;if;  !j'!l! diisocyanate
              i; \ 5124-30-1 '„'    14-MethyIene bis(4-
              |.i!if j" . .,   ",   .Ijl  ''.''i'l'isocyanatocycloirexane)
                '
                                           ..............
                 .;:•'  '. ' '"•' ' ':i;i!:!f /:l!:!sbis(plienylisocyanate) (MDI)
                 3173-72-6      1,5-Naphthalene
              ij;^  ',    1 ......    =:::  """diisocyanate
              [•' i'23-61-5 . ~",  ^""Xl-Phenylene diisocyanate
                 104-49-4        1,4-Phenylene diisocyanate
                 9016-87-9      Polymeric diphenylmethane
              I?1:1 ,  :    ' , ,,li ..... ' • ...... Hi:*1  Ollilt1 ..:•-'     *.•/..
              ; ..... ,.  ;   •• ...... •   .jj : w diisocyanate
              I : ' ^93^22-^" .. 'l,'',2,^4-Trimethylhexamethyl-ene
              !•;''.  :;  _  ' in '.  ;*;•    diisocyanate
              | , ^5646-%-C",  ^",2,4,4-Trimeaiylhexa-
                 .ii,  " - ;'>  lj| liilJ'methylene diisocyanate
                     '"'        '   '
         N171   Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid, salts and
        !_     ty "Asters (EB;DCS]"(I.O)	
                 Includes any unicjue chemical substance that
       '•{,'  '"'  fy'&ntafn&qu	'"jjBDiC orqn EBDC salt as part of that
             1 ilc.! diemical's infrastructure.
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         N230   Certain Glycol Ethers (1.0)
                Where n = 1,2, or 3
                R ซ alky 1C7 or less; or
                R - phenyl or alkyl substituted phenyl;
                R' - H, or alkyl C7 or less; or
                OR' consisting of carboxylic acid ester, sulfate,
                phosphate, nitrate, or sulfonate.

        N420   Lead Compounds (inorganic compounds: 0.1;
              l~. ptgahlc compounds 1.6)
                Includes anyjLtnujjite chemical substance that
       . ' "     |jj|:"' contains tea'cfaas part of that chemical's
        1 "     •/; infrastructure

        N450   Manganese Compounds (1.0)
       =       j;;:. Includes any unique chemical substance that
       • ;      j	; contains manganese as part of that chemical's
              "^Infrfistriicturg.
N458   Mercury Compounds (1.0)
        Includes any unique chemical substance that
        contains mercury as] part of that chemical's
        infrastructure.  ,   '.

N495   Nickel Compounds (0.1)
        Includes any unique chemical substance that
        contains nickel as part of that chemical's
        infrastructure.

N503   Nicotine and salts (1.0)
        Includes any unique chemical substance that
        contains nicotine or a nicotine salt as part of that
        chemical's infrastructure.

N511   Nitrate compounds (water dissociable;
        reportable only when in aqueous solution)
    .....     ........................... ......
                                                                 N575  Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs) (0.1)
                                                                                          • = ito"w

                                                                N583   Poiychlormated;_alkanes (Ci0 to C13) (1.0, except
                                                                        for those members of the category that have an
                                                                        aXera'ge cnain length of 12 carbons  and contain
                                                                        an average chlorine content of 60 percent by
                                                                        weight which are subject to the 0.1 percent de
                                                                        minimis)
                                                                        where x = 10 to 13;
                                                                        y = 3 to 12; and
                                                                        the average  chlorine content ranges from 40 -
                                                                        70%  with the  limiting  molecular  formulas
                                                                        C10H,9C13 and C13H,6C112

                                                                N590   Polycyclic aromatic compounds  (PACs) (0.1
                                                                        except   for  benzo(a)phenanthrene  and
                                                                        dibenzo(a{e)fluoranthene that are subject to the
                                                                        1.0 percent de minimis')
                                                                        This  category includes only those chemicals
                                                                        listed below.
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       56-55-3         Benz(a)anthracene
       205-99-2        Benzo(b)fluoranthene
       205-82-3        Benzo(j)fluoranthene
       207-08-9        Benzo(k)fluoranthene
       189-55-9        Benzo(rst)pentaphene
       218-01-9        Benzo(a)phenanthrene
       50-32-8         Benzo(a)pyrene
       226-36-8        Dibenz(a,h)acridine
       224-42-0        Dibenz(a,j)acridine
       53-70-3         Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
       194-59-2       . 7H-Dibenzo(c,g)carbazole
       5385-75-1       Dibenzo(a,e)fluoranthene
       192-65-4        Dibenzo(a,e)pyrene
       189-64-0        Dibenzo(a,h)pyrene
       191-30-0        Dibenzo(a,l)pyrene
       57-97-6         7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)-
                       anthracene
       193-39-5        Indeno[l,2,3-cd]pyrene
       3697-24-3       5-Methylchrysene
       5522-43-0       1-Nitropyrene

N725  Selenium Compouds (1.0)
       Includes any unique chemical substance that contains
       selenium as part oftliat chemical's infrastructure.
                                                       Table 11

          N740  Silver Compounds (1.0)
                 Includes any unique chemical substance that contains
                 silver as part of that chemical's infrastructure.

          N746  Strychnine and salts (1.0)
                 Includes any unique chemical substance that contains
                 strychnine or a strychnine  salt as part of that
                 chemical's'infrastructure.

          N760  Thallium Compounds (1.0)
                 Includes any unique chemical substance that contains
                 thallium as part of that chemical's infrastructure.

          N874  Warfarin and salts (1.0)
                 Includes any unique chemical substance that contains
                 warfarin or a warfarin salt as part of that chemical's
                 infrastructure.

          N982  Zinc Compounds (1.0)
                 Includes any unique chemical substance that contains
                 zinc as part of that chemical's infrastructure.
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Alaska              AK
American Samoa      AS
Arizona             AZ
Arkansas            AR
California            CA
Colorado            CO
Connecticut          CT
Delaware            DE
District of Columbia   DC
Florida             FL
Georgia             GA
Guam              GU
Hawaii             HI
'Idaho               ID
Illinois              IL
Indiana             IN
Iowa               IA
Kansas             KS
Kentucky            KY
Louisiana            LA
Maine               ME
Marshall Islands      MH
Maryland            MD
Massachusetts        MA
Michigan            MI
Minnesota           MN
Mississippi           MS
Missouri             MO
Montana             MT
Nebraska            NE
Nevada             NV
New Hampshire      NH
New Jersey           NJ
New Mexico         NM
New York           NY
North Carolina       NC
North Dakota        ND
Commonwealth of Northern   MP
   Marianas Islands
Ohio                       OH
Oklahoma                  OK
Oregon                     OR
Pennsylvania                PA
Puerto Rico                 PR
Rhode Island                RI
South Carolina              SC
South Dakota                SD
Tennessee                  TN
Texas                      TX
Utah                       UT
Vermont                   VT
Virginia                    VA
Virgin Islands               VI
Washington                 WA
West Virginia               WV
Wisconsin                  WI
Wyoming                  WY
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Appendix A.      Federal Facility Reporting Information
Special Instructions for TRI Federal
Facility Reporting


Why Do Federal Facilities
Need to Report?

Executive Order 12856, Pollution Prevention and Right-
to-Know Reporting, requires federal agencies to comply
with the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-
Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA) and the Pollution Prevention
Act of 1990 (PPA). By Executive Order, federal facilities
must  report  Toxics  Release  Inventory (TRI) data,
pursuant to EPCRA Section 313 and PPA Section 6607 to
EPA beginning with calendar year 1994 data.  TRI
submissions  are due to EPA on  July 1 of the year
following each reporting (calendar) year. Reporting by
the federal facility however does not alter the reporting
obligation of on-site  contractors.  The  "Government
Owned Contractor Operated" (GOCO) facilities must
continue to report TRI data if they are subject to EPCRA
section 313.

Identifying Federal Facility Reports

Federal facility reports are identified as federal by several
indicators on the form. The facility name and parent
company  name  are critical indicators  and must  be
reported as described below. Another critical indicator
is the federal facility report box. Federal facilities only
should check this box (Form R page 2, block 4.2c) to
indicate that the report is from a federal agency  for a
federal facility. Federal facilities should also complete
the partial or complete facility blocks (Form R  page 2,
block 4.2a and 4.2b) as appropriate. If you are a federal
facility reporting for the first time, write "new" in the TRI
Facility ID (TRIFID)  box, even  if a  contractor  has
reported for your facility in the past. The contractor will
retain the original TRIFID.  You will be assigned a new
TRIFID the first time you report.

The "Double Counting" Problem

As structured, the law and the executive order  require
both regulated industries and the federal government to
report TRI data/sometimes for the same site. In order to
prevent duplicate data in the TRI database, which could
result in "double counting" data for some chemicals and
locations, EPA must be able to identify and distinguish
the "Government Owned Contractor Operated" (GOCO)
reports submitted by the  federal contractor from the
federal reports which contain data for the same site. To
accomplish this,  federal  facility  reports must be
accompanied  by  either 1) exact copies (paper or
electronic) of all contractor TRI reports included in the'
totals reported by the federal facility, or 2) a cover letter
which  includes a list of the facility contractors which
submit TRI reports to EPA, identifying each contractor
by name, TRI technical contact, and TRI facility name and
address.    ;


Magnetic Media Reporting

EPA encourages all federal facilities and GOCO facilities
to report using either EPA's Magnetic Media reporting
software, or one of the commercially available packages.
If the GOCO also submits its reports on magnetic media
to EPA and to the federal facility, the federal facility may
submit magnetic media copies of their   GOCO TRI
reports to  EPA.  Magnetic media  reports  must be
accompanied by a cover letter which includes:

 D  Required Form R certification statement;

 O  List of the chemicals reported on  the federal
    facility's disk; and

 D  List, identifying  the contractor(s)  by name and and
    by TRIFID number if they have an assigned
    TRIFID number, and the chemicals they reported
    (which are on the contractors' attachment disk(s))

How to Report Your Facility Name

Facility name is a critical data element. It is used by EPA
to create the TRI facility ID number, which is a unique
number designed to  identify a facility site. The facility
name and TRIFID number are used by all TRI data users
to link data from a single site across multiple reporting
years.   Each  federal facility will  be assigned a new
TRIFID number when the federal report is entered into
the Toxics Release Inventory system  for the first time.
This TRIFID number, generated when the first report is
entered into the Toxics Release Inventory System, will be
included in future reporting packages sent to federal
facilities, and should be used by federal  facilities in all
future  reports.

Federal facilities should report their facility name on
page 1 of  the Form  Rs  (Section  4.1), as shown in the
following example:

              U.S.  DOE Savannah River Site
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         It is very important that the agency name appear first,
             .yed by the specific plant or site name.
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            i^ractpj sat GOCO facilities should report their
               wn iij ...... jhe^ofipwiung example:
         U.S.  PQE  Savapoah River  Site  —  Westinghouse
         Operations. ...... ...........
                         Silt1., fiSllll',,<•.
       if How to Report Your'Standard
       I' Industrial Classiiication (SIC) Code  '
       ,.'./   '•• . i;:f ;  •• '::{  'II	Slf fiB;'  .j'[ '•' .'. !  Si   f' . ,;,, •
 ,  i    11;,;^, '     h	f,  , '.jJiHIPI  1 jSiiBti  •  Ii  ,   >,, i • ''i'i ;,.  , ,       ,i'' , '
   .Federal facilities sjjgulcl report the SIC code which most
   closely represents the activities taking place at the site.
   A<|ditlonal guidance on determining your SIC code is
   provided in the forms and Instructions booklet. The
   table gn Jhe 'next page contains Public Administration
   SIC ccj<|es 91-97 covering executive, legislative, judicial,
   administrative and regulatory activities of the Federal
1,	11;    jjHiij i , ,i,| • , ;ni „ ,,it'  iiuiiiinriu,! ,,Vf	  ,,.,•'    ,   ...  ., ... ,      ,   „  ,
   government Government-owned and operated business
 ^gsJia^^^^igQ^^^^giasj^ied^in .major SIC groups 01-89
   according to the activity in which they are engaged.  For
   example, a Veterans Hospital would be classified in
   Group 806 — Hospitals.
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   How to Report Your "Parent Company"
   Name

   Federal facilities should report their parent company
 ;:' fname'sn1 pag'l 2'oiftKe F'orm Rs '(Section 5il) by reporting
   their complete Department or Agency name, as shown in
   the following example:
       • |||!|||j!|j; "'i;	!,,';!''if1',1; i^'itl!'1' I1''1';!!!!!  ''''   ', •   ":•	•	
write in the corrected value. The revised report should
be submitted to EPA, with an "X" in the revision block
on page 1  of the Form R. If the revision is to a diskette,
a new diskette should be submitted, containing the data
only for the revised submission, not all the chemicals
originally  reported. The cover letter must indicate that
the submission is a revision.

National Security Data

DO NOT SUBMIT  NATIONAL SECURITY DATA TO
THE EPCRA REPORTING CENTER.  National security
data are handled through a separate process.  Facilities
should consult the Guidance for Implementing Executive
Order 12856 documents or call the EPCRA Hotline if,
their Form R submission invplves a national security data
claim.

Who Should Sign Federal Form R
Reports?
                                                            Federal Form R reports must be signed by the senior
                                                            federal employee on-site. If no federal employee is on-
                                                            site, federal Form R reports must be signed by the senior
                                                            federal employee with managementresponsibility for the
                                                            site. Federal Form R reports must be signed by a federal
                                                            employee.  Contractor  employee  signatures are not
                                                            considered valid on federal reports.

                                                            More Help is Available!
                                                            Federal facilities may call EPA's EPCRA Hotline at 1
                                                            (800) 424-9346, or (703) 412-4877 to ask specific questions
                                                            concerning how to submit their Form R reports.
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                                                                                     Appendix A
Standard Industrial Classification
Codes 91-97


Division J — Public Administration


91     Executive, Legislative, and
       General Government, Except
       Finance

9111   Executive. Offices              *
9121   Legislative Bodies
9131   Executive and Legislative Offices Combined
9199   General Government, Not Elsewhere Classified

92     Justice, Public Order, and Safety

9211   Courts
9221   Police Protection
9222   Legal Counsel and Prosecution
9223   Correctional Institutions
9224   Fire Protection
9229   Public Order and Safety, Not Elsewhere
       Classified

93     Public Finance, Taxation, and
       Monetary Policy

9311   Public Finance, Taxation, and Monetary Policy

94     Administration of Human
       Resource Programs

9411   Administration of Educational Programs
9431   Administration of Public Health Programs
9441   Administration of Social, Human
       Resource and Income Maintenance
       Programs
9451   Administration of Veterans' Affairs,
       Except Health and Insurance
95     Administration of
       Environmental Quality and
       Housing Programs

9511   Air  and  Water Resource  and Solid
       Waste Management
9512   Land, Mineral, Wildlife, and  Forest
       Conservation
9531   Administration of Housing Programs
9532   Administration of Urban Planning and
       Community and Rural Development

96     Administration of Economic
       Programs

9611   Administration of General Economic
       Programs
9621   Regulation and Administration of
       Transportation Programs
9631   Regulation and Administration of
       Communications, Electric, Gas, and
       Other Utilities
9641   Regulation of Agricultural Marketing
       and Commodities
9651   Regulation, Licensing, and Inspection
       of Miscellaneous Commercial Sectors
9661   Space Research and Technology

97     National Security and
       International Affairs

9711   National Security
9721   International Affairs
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Appendix B.   Reporting Codes For EPA Form R
Form R Part II

Section 1.1.   CAS Number

EPCRA Section 313 Chemical Category Codes

  N010  Antimony compounds
  N020  Arsenic compounds
  N040  Barium compounds
  N050  Beryllium compounds
  N078  Cadmium compounds
  N084  Chlorophenols
  N090  Chromium compounds
  N096  Cobalt compounds
  N100  Copper compounds
  N106  Cyanide compounds
  N120  Diisocyanates
  N171  Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic
         acid, salts and esters (EBDCs)
  N230  Certain glycol ethers
  N420  Lead compounds
  N450  Manganese compounds
  N458  Mercury compounds
  N495  Nickel compounds
  N503  Nicotine and salts
  N511  Nitrate compounds
  N575  Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs)
  N583  Polychlorinated alkanes
  N590  Polycyclic aromatic compounds
  N725  Selenium compounds
  N740  Silver compounds
  N746  Strychnine and salts
  N760  Thallium compounds
  N874  Warfarin and salts
  N982  Zinc compounds
                                                   Weight Range in Pounds
                               Range Code
                               07         :
                               08         :
                               09         :
                               10         :
                               Section 5.
                               Section 6.
                                From...
                                10,000,000
                                50,000,000
                                100,000,000
                                500,000,000
                                1 billion
                             To....
                             49,999,999
                             99,999,999
                             499,999,999
                             999,999,999
                             more than 1 billion
                                Quantity of the Toxic
                                Chemical Entering Each
                                Environmental Medium On-
                                site and
                                Transfers of the Toxic
                                Chemical in Wastes to Off-
                                Site Locations
                               Total Release or Transfer
                                      Code
                                      A
                                      B
                                      C

                                Basis of Estimate
                                  Range (Ibs)
                                  1-10
                                  11-499 •
                                  500-999
Section 4.
Maximum Amount of the
Toxic Chemical On-Site at
Any Time During the
Calendar Year

   Weight Range in Pounds
 Range Code
 01
 02
 03
 04
 05
 06
From...
0
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
1,000,000
To....
99
999
9,999
99,999
999,999
9,999,999
M:     Estimate  is based  on  monitoring  data  or
       measurements for the  EPCRA Section  313
       chemical as transferred to an off-site facility.

C:     Estimate is based on mass balance calculations,
       such as calculation of the amount of the EPCRA
       Section 313 chemical in waste streams entering
       and leaving process equipment.

E:     Estimate is based on published emission factors,
       such as  those relating release quantity to
       through-put or equipment type (e.g., air emission
       factors).

O:     Estimate is based on other approaches such as
       engineering  calculations  (e.g.,  estimating
       volatilization using  published  mathematical
       formulas)  or best engineering judgment.  This
       would include applying an estimated removal
       efficiency to a treatment, even if the composition
       of the waste before treatment was fully identified
       through monitoring data.
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Section 6. Transfers of the Toxic Chemical
in Wastes to Off -Site Locations
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Type of Waste Disposal/Treatment/Enerev
Recovery/Recycling
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M2"U Solvents/Organics Recovery
M2&, Metals Recovery
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M26 Other Reuse or Recovery
M28 Acid Regeneration
M40 Solidification/Stabilization
M41 Solidificatiop/Stabilization-Metals and
Metal Category Compounds only
M50 Incineratipn/Thermal Treatment
{yI5|i Incinera|ipn2msignificant Fuel Value
M56 Energy Recovery
M6t Wastewater Treatment (Excluding POTW)
M62 Wastewater Treatment (Excluding POTW)
— Metals and Metal Category Compounds
only
M69 Other Waste : Treatment
M71 Underground Injection
M72 Landfill/Disposal Surface Impoundment
M73 Land Treatment
M79 Other Land Disposal
M9g Other Off-Site Management
M9lm "I.Tiiosfetto Waste Broker - Energy
Recovery
M93 Transfer to Waste Broker — Recycling
M9| Transfer to Waste Broker — Disposal
M95 Transfer to Waste Broker — Waste
Treatment
M99 Unknown
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Canada CA
Chile CI
Columbia CO
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Costa Rica CS
Cuba CU
•• Ecuador, 	 	 	 EC,,,,.. 	 , , „ 	 	
El Salvador 	 ES
France FR
Guatemala GT
Honduras HO
T "I J T7T
Ireland El
Tซ I TT1
Italy IT
Mexico MX
Nicaragua NU
Panama PM
Paraguay PA
F5aป*i • "OT7
i eru i tL
Portugal PO
C*-ปซiTx CT3
opain ol
Switzerland SZ
United Kingdom UK
Uruguay UY
Venezuela VE
Section 7A. On-Site Waste Treatment
Methods and Efficiency

General Waste Stream

A Gaseous (gases, vapors, airborne particulates)
W Wastewater (aqueous waste)
L Liquid waste streams (non-aqueous waste)
S Solid waste streams (including sludges and
slurries)
Federal Information Processing Standards
(FIPS) Codes for Transfers of the EPCRA
Section 313 Chemical to Other Countries

This is an abridged  list of countries to which a U.S.
facility might ship an EPCRA Section 313 chemical. For
a complete listing of FIPS codes, consult your  local
library. To obtain a FIPS code for a country not listed,
contact the EPCRA Hotline.
  Country
Code
Argentina
Belgium
Bolivia
Brazil
	 AR'
BE
BL
BR
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Waste Treatment Methods

Air Emissions Treatment

AOl  	Flare""	'	
A02   Condenser
A03   Scrubber
A04   Absorber
A05   Electrostatic Precipitator
A06   Mechanical Separation
A07   Other Air Emission treatment
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Biological Treatment

Bll    Biological Treatment — Aerobic
B21    Biological Treatment — Anaerobic
B31    Biological Treatment — Facultative

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B99    Biological Treatment - Other

Chemical Treatment

C01    Chemical Precipitation — Lime or Sodium
       Hydroxide
C02    Chemical Precipitation — Sulfide
C09    Chemical Precipitation - Other
Cll    Neutralization
C21    Chromium Reduction
C31    Complexed Metals Treatment (other
       than pH Adjustment)
C41    Cyanide Oxidation — Alkaline Chlorination
C42    Cyanide Oxidation — Electrochemical
C43    Cyanide Oxidation - Other
C44    General Oxidation (Including Disinfection) —
       Chlorination
C45    General Oxidation (Including Disinfection) —
       Ozonation
C46    General Oxidation (Including Disinfection) —
       Other
C99    Other Chemical Treatment
Incineration/Thermal Treatment

F01    Liquid Injection
Fll    Rotary Kiln with Liquid Injection Unit
F19    Other Rotary Kiln
F31    Two Stage
F41    Fixed Hearth
F42    Multiple Hearth
F51    Fluidized Bed
F61    Infra-Red
F71    Fume/Vapor
F81    Pyrolytic Destructor
F82  .  Wet Air Oxidation
F83    Thermal Drying/Dewatering
F99    Oilier Incineration/Thermal Treatment
Physical Treatment

P01    Equalization
P09    Other Blending
Pll    Settling/Clarification
P12    Filtration
P13    Sludge Dewatering (Non-thermal)
P14    Air Flotation
PI 5    Oil Skimming
P16    Emulsion Breaking — Thermal
P17    Emulsion Breaking — Chemical
P18    Emulsion Breaking — Other
P19    Other Liquid Phase Separation
P21    Adsorption — Carbon
P22    Adsorption — Ion Exchange (Other than for
       recovery/reuse)
P23    Adsorption — Resin
P29    Adsorption - Other
P31    Reverse Osmosis (Other than for
       recovery/ reuse)
P41    Stripping — Air
P42    Stripping — Steam
P49    Stripping — Other
P51    Acid Leaching (Other than for recovery/reuse)
P61    Solvent Extraction (Other than for
       recovery/reuse)
P99    Other Physical Treatment

Solidification/Stabilization

G01    Cement Processes (Including Silicates)
G09    Other Pozzolonic Processes (Including
       Silicates)
Gil    Asphaltic-Processes
G21    Thermoplastic Techniques
G99    Other Solidification Processes

Range of Influent Concentration

   1 =  Greater than 10,000 parts per million (1
       percent)
   2 =  100 parts per million (0.01 percent) to 10,000
       parts per million (1 percent)
   3 =  1 part per million (0.0001 percent) to 100 parts
       per million (0.01 percent)
   4 =  1 part per billion to 1 part per million
   5 =  Less than 1 part per billion

[Note: Parts per million (ppm) is milligrams/ kilogram
(mass/mass) for solids and liquids; cubic centimeters/
cubic meter (volume/ volume) for gases; milligrams/ liter
for solutions or dispersions of the chemical in water; and
milligrams of chemical/ kilogram of air for particulates in
air. If you have particulate concentrations (at standard
temperature and pressure)  as grains/cubic foot of air,
multiply by 1766.6 to convert to parts per million; if in
milligrams/cubic meters, multiply by 0.773 to obtain
parts per million.. Factors are for standard conditions of
0ฐC (32ฐF) and 760 mmHg atmospheric pressure.]

Section 7B.  On-Site Energy Recovery
              Processes

U01    Industrial Kiln
U02    Industrial Furnace
U03    Industrial Boiler
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                  7C.   On-
                S^lventsyOrganics Recovery — Thin-Film
               | Evaporation
                Solvents/Organics Recovery — Fractionation
                Soivents/Organics Recovery — Solvent
               JFExtractJqn'''"'  "
                Solvents/cSrganjcs Recovery — Other
        ',1^21'  TiiiMcta!s'iilReTOve'ry'l—"Electrplytic	
        R22    Metals Recovery — Ion Exchange
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        R23    Metajs Recovery — Acid Leaching
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        R24    Metals Recovery — Reverse Osmosis
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        R26    Metals Recovery — Solvent Extraction
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        ^27   	i;Metals R.ecovery — High Temperature
        ';;|?28   	Metals Recovery — Retorting
        R29   ,	,^%Ms Recovery	—, Secondary Smelting
        ":;,R30   'i,,f);fe^'s "Recovery''"—Other	
        R40    Acid Regeneration
        ft99    Otlter Reuse or Recovery
         Section 8.10. Source, Reduction Activity
        ..(.'    • iiiil'l'ii'Mi' • v  ("ndexi
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         Good Operating Practices
|Vl3
        •W14
        Improved maintenance sc
        keeping, or procedures
                                            uling, record
                C)ther changes in operating practices
                         '                      '
        Inventory Control

        W21    Instituted procedures to ensure that materials
                do not stay Si inventory beyond shelf-life
        W22    Began to test outdated material — continue to
                use if still effective
        W23    Eliminated shelf-life requirements for stable
        ,""',  ,   """"materials
        W24    Instituted better labeling procedures
        W25    Instituted clearinghouse to exchange materials
                thijt would otherwise be discarded
        W29    Other changes in inventory control
        : i	     i,, ii  ", ,,, i.mi i,;...  ;, iMi'iii  j1:-	,|   ' i"  ',„    i             , 	
        Spill and Leak Prevention
         -.;     ji, ;i   '„" , ,,;,„ /.'iiiiii' .jjiiSi   ,,     i .   i/; -I, ',;'    „„  , '    "  ;
        W31    Improved storage or stacking procedures
        W32    Improved procedures for loading, unloading,
                and transfer operations
W33    installed "overflow alarms or automatic shut-off
        valves
W35    Installed vapor recovery systems
W36    Implemented inspection or monitoring
        prb^ra'rn ci? potential spill or leak sources
W39    Other changes made in spill and leak
        prevention

Raw Material Modifications

W41    Increased purity of raw materials
W42    Substituted raw materials
W49    Other raw material modifications made
        „,  ,,, ,  „	    	  it ...  ..         ,',,..„'.	
Process Modifications

W51    Instituted recirculatibn within a process
W52    Modified equipment, layout, or piping
W53    Use of a different process catalyst
W54    Instituted better controls on operating bulk
        containers to minimize discarding of empty
        Containers
W55    Changed from small volume containers to bulk
        containers to minimize discarding of empty
        containers
W58    Other process modifications

Cleaning and Degreasing

W59    Modified stripping/cleaning equipment
W60    Changed to mechanical stripping/cleaning
        devices (from solvents or other materials)
W61    Changed to aqueous cleaners (from solvents or
        other materials)
W63    Modified containment procedures for cleaning
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        units
W64    Improved draining procedures
W65    Redesigned parts racks to reduce drag out
W66    Modified or installed rinse systems
W67    Improved rinse equipment design
W68    Improved rinse equipment operation
W71    Other cleaning and degreasing modifications

Surface Preparation and Finishing

W72    Modified spray systems or equipment
W73    Substituted coating materials used
W74    Improved application techniques
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W75    Changed from spray to other system
W78    Other surface preparation and finishing
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Product Modifications

W81   Changed product specifications
W82   Modified design or composition of products
W83   Modified packaging
W89   Other product modifications

Section 8.10. Methods Used to Identify
              Source Reduction Activities

For each source reduction activity, enter up to three of
the following codes that correspond to the method(s)
which contributed most to the decision to implement
that activity.

T01    Internal Pollution Prevention Opportunity
       Audit(s)
T02    External Pollution Prevention Opportunity
       Audit(s)
T03    Materials Balance Audits
T04    Participative Team Management
T05    Employee Recommendation (independent of a
       formal company program)
T06    Employee Recommendation (under a formal
       company program)
T07    State Government Technical Assistance
       Program
T08    Federal Government Technical Assistance
       Program
T09    Trade Association/Industry Technical
       Assistance Program
T10    Vendor Assistance
Til    Other
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Appendix C.  Common Errors in Completing Form R Reports and
Making Data Available       	

The common errors in complying with section 313 and completing Form R occur in the following:  threshold
determination, completing the Form R, estimating release and other waste management amounts, and transcription
of data submitted as they are entered into the database.

To correct errors made in the transcription of data received, EPA designed the data entry process to include a number
of automated data quality checks. These types of checks are useful to correct such things as facility name, or county
spelling, but these checks are less effective in detecting whether values were entered correctly. Previously, EPA sent
back to each reporting facility a release value report (RVR) that included amounts entered in sections 5 and 6 of the
Form R. This allowed facilities an opportunity to see a large portion of their report and make corrections before the
database was updated and released to the public. The RVR was replaced with a Facility Data Profile beginning with
the 1998 reporting year.  A facility data profile is a printout of the data EPA has entered into its database  for each
facility.  It is mailed to each reporting facility to check for errors before EPA begins its analysis of the data and make
it available to the public. It also flags possible errors in reporting.

Some errors encountered in reports submitted do not allow the report to be processed, while others may not prevent
processing but may affect the data and any analysis using the data if not corrected. Errors most frequently received
pertain to facility identification/location, chemical identification, missing pages, invalid Form Rs, magnetic disk
processing, or more than one chemical being reported per Form R. In order to notify reporting facilities of these errors
and provide them instructions for making corrections, EPA has in the past issued a number of  notice types. These
included NOTEs (Notice of Technical Error), NOSEs (Notice of Significant Error), NDC (Notice of Data Change), and
where there was a compliance issue, a notice of non-compliance (NON). Prior to RY1998 these were generally issued
separately.  Beginning with  the 1998 reporting year, these reporting notices were consolidated and issued to the
reporting facility in their Facility Data Profile, except for the NONs which are issued by EPA's Office of Enforcement
and Compliance Assurance.

A listing of the types of errors that generate invalid entries in the facility data profile are listed in this section
beginning on page C-8. (Please note: two new validation checks for use of proper waste management code were
added during the review of the 1998 data. These codes appear under "Notices of Technical Errors (NOTEs)" as 339
and 340  on page C-ll.)

Reporting errors may also be identified through inspections. EPA may initiate an inspection to review the activities
at a facility involving reportable EPCRA Section 313 chemicals at any point.  If, as a result of  an inspection, EPA
determines that the facility should have submitted a Form R, then EPA may take enforcement action against the
facility which may involve the subsequent assessment of fines. Errors that result in non-reporting violations include
incorrect threshold determination, misapplying exemptions, and overlooking activities involving a reportable
chemical.

Facilities should keep copies of submitted Form R reports and all documentation used to complete their reports. This
documentation should include calculations for threshold determinations, the basis of exemptions applied, and the
estimation techniques and data used for all quantities reported on the Form R.
General Considerations
Threshold Determinations
Q  Incomplete Forms. A complete Form R report for
    a single  EPCRA Section  313  chemical or single
    EPCRA Section 313 chemical category consists of
    five pages stapled together. EPA cannot enter into
    the'database data from a package that con tains only
    one page 1, but several page 2s, 3s, 4s, and/or 5s.
    Such forms are considered incomplete submissions.
Q  Calculating threshold  determinations. Annual
    quantities manufactured, processed, or otherwise
    used for Section 313 chemicals must be calculated,
    not surmised. The assumption that thresholds are
    exceeded commonly leads to error.

Q  Misclassification of EPCRA Section 313 chemical
    activity. Failure to correctly classify  an  EPCRA
    Section 313 chemical activity may result in an
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            Form R may not be submitted when one is required.

            EKRA Section, 313 chemical activity overlooked.
            Many facilities believe that because the section 313
            jr^^ji'tfng'1 requirement' "pertains" to	manufacturers,
            only the use 61 EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in
            manufacturing processes must be examined. Any
            aftivity involving  the manufacture,  process,  or
            otherwise use of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical or
            chemical category must be included in threshold
            deter^ny nations,, r Commonly  overlooked activities
            include  importation of chemicals, generation of
            waste byproducts, processingof naturally occurring
            metals  and  metal  category  compounds in ore,
            manufacturing  and  processing  of    reaction
            intermediates, the use of chemicals for cleaning of
            equipment, and  the generation of  byproducts
            during combustion of coal  and/or oil. Facilities
            sliQuld fake a systematic approach to identify all
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            chemicals and mixtures used in production and
            non-production capacities, including catalysts, well
            treatment  chemicals, and wastewater treatment
            chemicals.

            Reporting  EPCRA Section  313  chemicals in
            ^Xtures.and other	trade name,products. EPCR'A
            Section  313  chemicals  contained in  mixtures
            (including ores and stainless steel alloys) and other
            trade  name  products  must  be factored into
            threshold determinations  and  release and other
            waste management determinations, provided that
            the tie minimis exemption cannot be taken. When the
             tK'IT, )l, 1, 	il'ill'l1! ;,t! ;i IJIillii'  Rill i ,•!,,: , .••!..,	,	 i	i;  ,	
            EPCRA Section 313 chemical being reported  is a
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            component in a mixture or other  trade  name
            product, report only the weight of  the  EPCflA
            Section 313 chemical in the mixture. Refer to Section
            B.4b of this document to calculate the weight of an
            EP^A'^tiipn^lSjchiemic'arin' a" mixture or other
            trade name product.

            Reporting    coincidental manufacturing.
            Clojncidentalmanufacturing   must  not   be
            overlooked. If coal and/or fuel oil and other raw
            materials that contain EPCRA Section 313 chemicals
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            the coincidental manufacture of EPCRA Section 313
            chemicals  such as sulfuric acid (acid aerosols),
            hydrochloric   acid  (acid  aerosols),  hydrogen
            fluoride^  and  metal  category  compounds.
                      f, manufacturing of EPCRA Section 313
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    chemicals during waste treatment is commonly
    overlooked. For example,  the treatment of nitric
    acid may result in the coincidental manufacturing of
    a reportable chemical (nitrate compounds).

Container Residue

Q  Overlooking container residue.  Container residue
    must not be disregarded in release and other waste
    management calculations.  Even a "RCRA empty"
    drum is expected to contain a residue and it must be
    considered for TRI reporting. Additionally, on-site
    drum rinsing and disposal of the rinsate will result
    in a release and other waste management activity.
    Refer to "Estimating Releases and Waste Treatment
    Efficiencies for Toxic Chemical Reporting Forms."


Part I.      Facility Identification
              Information

Section 1.   Reporting Year
                         i

Q  Invalid Forms.  The correct version of the form for
    the reporting year in question must be used. Forms
    provided for reporting years 1987-1990 must not be
    used to report data for reporting years 1991-1995.
    Form Rs provided for reporting years 1987-1995
    must not be used to report data for years  1996 and
    later.

Section 2.   Trade Secret  Information

Q  Incorrect completion of trade secret information.
    The responses to trade secret questions in Part I
    Section 2 and Part II Section 1.3 of Form R/Form A
    must be consistent.  If trade secrecy is indicated, a
    sanitized Form R/Form A and two  trade secret
    substantiations (one sanitized) must be submitted in
    the same package as the trade secret Form R/Form
    A. Part II Section 1.3 should be blank if no trade
    secret claim is being made.

Section 3.   Certification

Q  Missing  certification  signature.    An original
    certification signature must appear on page 1 of
    every Form R/Form A submitted to EPA.
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 Section 4.    Facility Identification

 Q   Incorrect latitude  and longitude coordinates.
     Latitude and longitude coordinates are important
     data on the Form R/Form  A.  These coordinates
     must be determined using the correct map and
     correct measurement techniques and reported in
     degrees, minutes, and seconds.  For additional
     guidance, see Appendix E of this document.

 Q   "Questionable" entries.  Incorrect entries may
     require corrections  to  be made by  the  facility.
     Questionable entries may include:

     •  Missing or incorrect street address;
     •  Missing or incorrect ZIP codes;
     •  Missing County names;
     •  Invalid SIC codes;
     •  Missing or invalid Dun & Bradstreet numbers;
     ป  Missing  or  invalid  RCRA,  NPDES,  or UIC
       numbers; and
     ป  Incomplete off-site and POTW information
       (e.g., missing city name)

If amounts are reported in units other than pounds (e.g.,
metric  units) or with exponential numbers, EPA may
require a revision of the Form R/Form A submitted.

Part II.     Chemical-Specific
              Information

Section 1.    Toxic Chemical Identity

Q   Reporting  chemical  abstract  service (CAS)
     numbers in Section 1.1. Beginning with the 1991
     reporting  year, EPA has assigned  alphanumeric
     category codes to the twenty chemical categories for
     the purposes of reporting the CAS number field in
     Section  1.1.  When completing a Form R for a
     chemical category, the appropriate  code  for that
     category must be provided in Section 1.1. The CAS
     numbers are listed in Table  II: "Section 313 Toxic
     Chemical List," and  if needed, the category codes
     are listed in Appendix B: "Reporting Codes for EPA
    FormR." Category guidance documents are listed in
     the Chemical and Industry Guidance Documents
    section in this document.
 Q   Failure to check for synonyms. Some reportable
     chemicals (especially glycol ethers  and toluene
     diisocyanates)  have many synonyms that do not
     readily imply they are in the category.  For example,
     "benzene,l,3-diisocyanatomethyl"  may  not  be
     readily recognized as "toluene diisocyanate (mixed
     isomers)."

 Q   Invalid chemical identification in Section 1.2. The
     CAS number ^and the chemical name reported here
     must exactly match the listed official Section 313
     CAS number and  EPCRA Section 313 chemical
     name.

 Q   Failure  tp consider an  EPCRA  Section 313
     chemical  qualifier.  Only EPCRA  Section 313
     chemicals in the form  specified in the qualifier
     require reporting under Section 313 and should be
     reported on Form R with the appropriate qualifier in
     parentheses.   For example,  isopropyl  alcohol is
     listed on the EPCRA Section 313 chemical list with
     the qualifier "manufacturing- strong acid process,
     no supplier notification." Thus, the ONLY facilities
     that should report this EPCRA Section 313 chemical
     are those that manufacture isopropyl alcohol by the
     strong acid process.

 Q   Generic chemical name in Section 1.3. A generic
     chemical  name  should  only  be provided if the
     Section 313 chemical identity is claimed as a trade
     secret.

 Section 2.    Mixture Component Identity

Q   Identifying chemicals used in mixtures. Facilities
     must carefully  review the most recent MSDS or
     supplier notification for every mixture brought on-
     site to identify all Section 313 chemicals used during
     a reporting year. Although some mixtures may not
     have MSDSs, the best readily available information
     should be used to determine the presence of EPCRA
     Section 313 chemicals in ores and alloys.

Q   Mixture names in Section 2.1. Mixture names are
     to be entered here only if the supplier is claiming the
     identity of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical a trade
     secret and that is the sole identification. Mixture
     names that include the name or CAS number of one
     or more EPCRA Section 313 chemicals are not valid
     uses of the mixture name field.
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Q   Reporting EPCRA Section 313 chemical  activity.
     EPCRA Section 313 chemical activity is commonly
     overlooked or misclassified. Any activity involving
     the manufacture, process, or otherwise use of an
     EPCRA Section 313 chemical must be  examined.
     For example, waste treatment operations otherwise
     USe EPCRA Section 313  chemicals to treat waste
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h,  J" s.ggarns and	may coincidentally  manufacture an
J j  '; aBdiHpnai'EPCRA^Secrion 313 chemical asia result
     of the  treatment reaction.  Such activity  must be
     considered. Further, EPCRA Section 313 chemical
     activity must  be  correctly  classified as  either
     "manufactured," "processed," or "otherwise used."
 Section 3.1
      III
 Section 3.2
          "Manufacture"means to produce,
          prefWe!  compound,  or  import  an
          EPCRA Section 313 chemical.

          "Process^ means the preparation of an
          EPCRA Section 313 chemical after its
          manufacture, which  incorporates the
          EPCRA Section 313 chemical into the
          fipal  product,  for  distribution  in
          commerce.
 Section 3.3
          "Otherwise use" encompasses any use
          of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical that
          does  not   fall  Ufldgr   the   terms
          "manufacture"  or  ''process/'  and
          includes  treatment for   destruction,
          stabilization  (without  subsequent
          distribution in commerce), disposal, and
          other  use of an EPCRA Section 313
          chemical, including an EPCRA Section
          313 chemical contained in a mixture or
          other trade name product. Otherwise
          use of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
          does not include disposal, stabilization
          (without subsequent  distribution  in
          commerce), or treatment for destruction
          unless:
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1.  The EPCRA Section 313 chemical  that was
   disposed, stabilized, or treated for destruction
   Was received from off-site for the purposes of
   further waste management; or
     38  The  EPCRA  Section 313  chemical  that was
        disposed, stabilized, or treated for destruction

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       was  manufactured  as  a  result  of  waste
       management activities  on materials  received
	   	from off-site for the purposes  of further waste
       management activities.

For example, solvents in paint applied to a manufactured
product are often misclassified as processed, instead of
otherwise  used.   Because  the  solvents  are  not
incorporated into the final product, the solvent is being
otherwise used, not processed. Such situations must be
interpreted accurately.

Section 4.    Maximum Amount of the Toxic
              Chemical On-site  at  Any  Time
              During the Calendar Year

O  Maximum  amount   on-site  left  blank. The
    appropriate code is required in this field.

Section 5.    Quantity of the Toxic Chemical
              Entering  Each  Environmental
              Medium On-site

Q  Incorrectly reporting  stack emissions.  Fugitive
    emissions from general indoor air  must not be
    reported as stack emissions when released from a
    single building vent. Additionally, stack emissions
    from storage tanks, including loading, working, and
    breathing losses from tanks, must not be overlooked
    or reported as fugitive emissions.

G  Overlooking some  releases to land. Section 313
    chemicals  placed  in  stockpiles  or  in  surface
    impoundments should be reported as a "release to
    land" even if no Section 313 chemicals leak from
    these sources.  Quantities of Section 313 chemicals
    land-treated should be reported  as  a "release to
    land]" ;;:::"':"':::T:::'': "":";'"!' '              .    	
                                                     Section 6.    Transfers of the Toxic Chemical
                                                                   in Wastes to Off-site Locations

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                                                     G   Reporting discharges to  POTWs in Section 6.1.
                                                         When  quantities  of a listed  mineral  acid  are
                                                         neutralized to a pH of 6  or greater, the quantity
                                                         reported as discharged to  a POTW should  be
                                                         reported as zero. It is incorrect to enter "NA" (Not
                                                         Applicable), in such a situation.
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Q   Reporting other off-site transfers in Section 6.2.
     Any quantities reported in Sections 8.1,8.3,8.5, and
     8.7 as sent off-site for disposal, treatment,  energy
     recovery, or recycling, respectively, must also be
     reported  in Section 6.2 along with the  receiving
     location and appropriate off-site activity code.

Section 7 A.  On-Site Waste Treatment
               Methods and Efficiency

Q   Failure to  report waste  treatment methods in
     Section 7A. Waste treatment methods used to treat
     waste  streams containing  EPCRA  Section  313
     chemicals, and the efficiencies of these methods,
     must be reported on Form R. Information must be
     entered for all waste streams, even if the waste
     treatment  method does not affect  the  EPCRA
     Section 313 chemical.  If no waste treatment is
     performed on waste streams containing the EPCRA
     Section  313 chemical,  the  box  marked  "Not
     Applicable" in Section 7A must be checked on Form
     R.

Section 7B.   On-Site Energy Recovery
               Processes

Q   Incorrect reporting of waste treatment methods in
     Section 7A. The  type  of  waste stream, influent
     concentration, and waste treatment method for each
     waste stream are required to be reported on Form R
     using specific codes, along with the waste treatment
     efficiency expressed as percent removal. The waste
     treatment  codes   are  listed  in  Appendix  B:
     "Reporting Codes for EPA Form R," of the Toxic
     Chemical  Release Inventory Reporting Forms  and
     Instructions.

Q   Reporting on-site energy  recovery methods in
     Section 7B. When a quantity is reported in Section
     8.2 as  combusted for energy recovery on-site, the
     type  of energy recovery  system used  must be
     reported in Section 7B, and vice versa.

Section 7C.   On-Site Recycling  Processes

Q   Reporting on-site recycling methods in Section 7C.
     When a quantity  is  reported in Section  8.4 as
     recycled on-site, the type of recovery method must
     be reported in Section 7C, and vice versa.
 Section 8.    Source Reduction and Recycling
               Activities

     This section is  mandatory. Under no circumstances
     sliould a reporting facility leave Section 8 entirely blank,
     even if the facility does not engage in source reduction or
     recycling activities.

 Q   Columns C and D, the future year projections for
     questions 8.1 through 8.7, must be completed. EPA
     expects a reasonable estimate for the future year
     projections. Zero can be used in columns C and D to
     indicate that the manufacture, process, or otherwise
     use of the chemical will be discontinued.  In such
     cases, columns C and D for Section 8.1 through 8.7
     must all contain zeroes.

 Q   It is incorrect to use range codes to report quantities
     in  Section  8. Range codes can be used  only  in
     Section 5 and Section 6 of Form R.

 Q   It is incorrect to use the same codes from Section 4
     for reporting the maximum amount of the reported
     EPCRA Section 313  chemical  on-site  to report
     quantities in Section 8.

 Q   Quantities reported in Section 8.1 through Section
     8.7 are mutually exclusive and additive. This means
     that quantities of the reported EPCRA Section 313
     chemical must not be double-counted in Section 8.1
     through Section 8.7.

 Q   Some  double-counting errors have been  due to
     confusion over the  differences in how on-site
     treatment of an EPCRA  Section 313 chemical is
     reported in Section 7A as compared to Section 8. In
     Section 7A,  information on the treatment of waste
     streams containing the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
     is reported, along with the percent efficiency in
     terms  of destruction or removal  of the  EPCRA
     Section 313  chemical from each waste stream. In
     Section 8, only the quantity of the EPCRA Section
     313  chemical  actually  destroyed  through  the
     treatment processes  reported in  Section 7A  is
     reported in  Section 8.6 to avoid double-counting
     within Sections 8.1 through 8.7.

Q   Quantities reported in Sections 8.1 through 8.7 must
     not be reported  in Section 8.8 and vice versa.
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 Any time a reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical is
 Contained in a waste, and the waste is associated
 With routine  production-related  activities  and is
 recycled, combusted for energy recovery, treated,
 disposed, or otherwise released either on- or off-site,
 that quantity  of the EPCRA Section 313  chemical
 must be included in  the quantities reported in
 Sections 8.1 through 8.7.

 Reporting  quantities in Section  8.1 "Quantity
 released."   Quantities  of EPCRA  Section  3l3
 chemicals that are released (including disposed) on-
 s|te and reported in Section 5 of  Form R must be
 JSlpdrted in Section 8.1. Quantities of EPCRA Section
 313 chemfcaKfra^                 p"urPoses or"
 c||spbsaf "''reported	'in' Section 6.2 must appear in
 Section 8.1 using the following codes:
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 Metals and metal category compounds transferred
 olf-site"to"po>!fws•""in"'Section  6.1 must appear in
 Section 8.1. To report correctly in Section 8.1, a
 facility must include quantities that are released to
 the environment, either on-site or off-site, excluding
 releases  due  to  catastrophic   events   or
 non-production related activities.
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           ง5 + ง6.1 (metals and metal category
        •,!", , •' compounds only) +'gg_2 (d'isposal only)
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 Reporting quantities in Section 8.2 "Quantity used
 for energy recovery on-site." A quantity must be
 reported in Section 8.2 for the current (reporting)
 year when a method of on-site energy recovery is
          1 ง8.8 includes quantities of toxic chemical released on-site
   or millUged as waste off-site due to remedial actions, catastrophic
 ; ......... events, or one-time events not associated with the production
                                                        Q
reported in Section 7B, and vice versa. An error
facilities make when completing Form R is to report
the methods  of energy recovery used on-site in
Section  7B but not  report  the  total quantity
associated with those methods. Another error is to
report a quantity in this section if the combustion of
the EPCRA Section 313 chemical took place in a
system  that  did  not recover energy (e.g., an
incinerator). A quantity of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical combusted for energy recovery must not
be reported if the EPCRA Section 313 chemical does
not have a significant heating value.  Examples of
EPCRA Section 313 chemicals that  do not have
significant heating values include metals,  metal
category compounds, and halons. Metals and metal
portions of metal compounds will never be treated
or combusted for energy recovery. Section 8.2 must
npt mc]ude any quantities of the EPCRA Section
313  chemical associated with  non-production
related activities, such as catastrophic releases and
remedial actions, as well as other one-time events
not associated with routine production practices,
that were combusted for energy recovery on-site.

Reporting quantities in Section 8.3 "Quantity
used for energy recovery off-site." As in Section
8.2, a quantity must riot be reported in this section
if the off-site combustion of the EPCRA Section 313
chemical took place in a system that did not recover
energy (e.g., incinerator).  A quantity  of an EPCRA
Section 31ง chemical must not be reported as sent
off-site for the purposes of energy recovery if the
EPCRA Section  313 chemical does not' have a
significant heating  value.  Examples  of EPCRA
Section 313 chemicals that do not have significant
heating values include metals, metal compounds,
and halons. Metals and  metal portions of metal
Compounds will never be  treated or combusted for
energy recovery^ Quantities must be reported in
Section  8.3 that are reported in  Section  6.2 as
transferred off-site for the purposes of combustion
for energy recovery using the following codes:
Q    M56 Energy Recovery
Q    M92 Transfer to Waste  Broker —
      Recovery
                                                                                                   Energy
                                                       ง8.3 = ง6.2 (energy recovery) - ง8.8 (off-site
                                                             energy recovery due to catastrophic
                                                             events)2
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Q   Reporting  quantities in  Section  8.4 "Quantity
     recycled on-site."  A quantity must be reported in
     Section 8.4 for the current reporting year when a
     method of on-site recycling is reported in Section
     7C, and vice versa. An error facilities make when
     completing Form R is to  report the methods of
     recycling used on-site in Section 7C but not report
     the total quantity recovered using those  methods.

     In addition, only the amount of the chemical that
     was actually recovered is to be reported in Section
     8.4. Any quantities  of  the  EPCRA  Section  313
     chemical associated with non-production related
     activities such as catastrophic releases and remedial
     actions, as well  as  other one-time events  not
     associated with routine production practices that
     were recycled on-site must not be  included in
     Section 8.8.

Q   Reporting quantities in Section  8.5. "Quantity
     recycled off-site." Quantities reported in Section 6.2
     as transferred off-site for the purposes of recycling
     must be included in Section 8.5 using the following
     codes:

     D  M20 Solvents/Organic Recovery;
     D  M24 Metals Recovery;
     D  M26 Other Reuse or Recovery;
     D  M28 Acid Regeneration;
     D  M93 Transfer to Waste Broker — Recycling.

     Quantities that are actually recycled at an off-site
     facility  must  not  be reported in Section 8.5  —
     facilities should report the quantity that was sent
     off-site for the purposes of recycling.

     ง8.5 = ง6.2 (recycling) - ง8.8 (off-site recycling due
           to catastrophic events)2

Q   Reporting quantities  in Section 8.6 "Quantity
     treated on-site." Quantities may not always have to
     be reported in Section 8.6 when  Section 7A is
     completed. This is because the information reported
     in  Section  7A  and   Section  8 is  different.
     Information on how waste streams containing the
     reported EPCRA Section 313 chemical are treated is
     reported in Section 7A, while the quantity of the
     EPCRA Section 313 chemical actually destroyed as
     a result of on-site treatment is reported in Section
     8.6.  If a quantity is reported in Section 8.6, Section
     7A must be completed but the reverse may not be
     true. This  may result in  apparent discrepancies
 between Section 7A and Section 8. For example, a
 facility may treat wastewater containing an EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical  by removing the EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical and then disposing of it on-
 site. The treatment of the wastewater would be
 reported in Section 7A, with an efficiency estimate
 based on the amount of the EPCRA Section 313
 chemical removed from the wastewater. Although
 the waste  stream has been  treated because the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical has been removed, the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical has not been treated
 because  it has not been  destroyed. The facility
 would report only the amount of the EPCRA
 Section 313 chemical actually  destroyed during
 treatment in Section 8.6 and the amount ultimately
 disposed in Section 8.1  to avoid double-counting
 the same quantity in Section 8. In cases where the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemical is  not destroyed
 during a treatment process and subsequently enters
 another activity,  such  as disposal (e.g., metals
 removed  from  wastewater  and  subsequently
 disposed  on-site),  the  quantity  of the  EPCRA
 Section 313  chemical  would  be reported  as
 disposed in Section 8.1, not as treated in Section 8.6.
 Quantities  of  the  EPCRA Section  313 chemical
 associated  with non-production related activities
 such as catastrophic releases and remedial actions,
 as well as one-time events not associated with
 routine production practices, that were treated on-
 site, must not be included in Section 8.6. Metals will
 never be treated or combusted for energy recovery.

 Reporting  quantities in Section 8.7 "Quantity
 treated off-site." Quantities reported in Section 6.2
 as transferred off-site for the purposes of treatment
 must be included in Section 8.7 using the following
 codes:

 Q     M50 Incineration/Thermal Treatment;
Q     M54 Incineration/ Insignificant Fuel Value;
Q     M61  Wastewater  Treatment  (excluding
       POTW);
Q     M69 Other Waste Treatment; and
Q     M95 Transfer to Waste  Broker — Waste
       Treatment.

Quantities of an  EPCRA Section  313 chemical,
except metals and metal category compounds, sent
off-site to a POTW should  also  be reported in
Section 8.7.
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To report correctly EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in
Section 8.7, use the following equation.

ง8.7 = ง6.1 (excluding metal/ metal category
       compounds) + ง6.2 (treatment) - ง8.8
       (off-site treatment due to catastrophic
       events)3

Reporting quantities in Section 8.8 "Quantity
released  to  the  environment  as  a  result of
remedialactions catastrophic events or  one-time
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events not associated ..with production processes.
lite quantities that are reported in Section 8.8 are
         d with non-production  related activities
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s;|jcn as catastrophic releases and  remedial actions,
af vyell  as one-time  events  not associated with
routine production practices, that were released
directly to the environment or transferred off-site
for  the purposes of recycling,  energy recovery,
treatment or Disposal. Quantities reported in Section
8.8  must not be reported  in Section 8.1 through
Section 8.7. ''"' ...... "'_      ' '   '^    ""

Reporting the production ratio in Section 8.9. A
production ratio or activity index must be provided
ft Section 8.9^ A izerp is: nq| accg ptable  and "NA"
(Not  Applicable) can be used  only  when the
reported  EPCRA Section  313 chemical was not
manufactured, processed, or otherwise used in the
year prior to the reporting year.

Calculating production ratio in Section 8.9  In
calculating a production ratio for "otherwise used"
chemicals, an activity index must be used rather
than quantities purchased or released from year to
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year.
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             Reporting Source reduction activities in Section
             8.10.  It is an error to report a source reduction
             activity in Section 8.10 and not report at least one
             rSethod used to identify that activity and vice versa.
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              e Inventory Error Notices
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         Notices of Data Change (NDCs). NDCs correct data
         quality errors that are not technical or scientific. For
 example, if a facility transposes CAS numbers (e.g,. the
 submitter lists 7623-00-0 for sodium nitrite instead of
 7632-00-0), the EPCRA Reporting Center (RC) will notify
 the facility indicating that the number has been corrected
 through the facility data profile. If a facility lists a specific
 glycol ethers subcategory, the EPCRA RC will replace
 this subcategory with the reportable name "certain glycol
 ethers." If a facility submits a non-reportable chemical,
 the EPCRA RC will file the  form as a miscellaneous
 submission and inform the facility.

 Notices of Significant Error (NOSEs). NOSEs are errors
 that prevent data from being entered into the system.
 These types of errors include the following and must be
 corrected by the facility.
                                                               1.
                                                               2.
                                                               3.
     You have submitted your Toxic Chemical Release
     Inventory report on an invalid form by using either
     the form not applicable for the reporting year, or a
     facsimile form that has not been approved by EPA.

     You have submitted an incomplete Toxic Chemical
     Release Inventory Fqrm.  All pages of the form
     must be completed and resubmitted to EPA.
     You   have   provided
     identification information.
incomplete   facility
4.   You have either left the chemical identification
     blank, or the CAS number you reported is not listed
     on the Section 313 list.of toxic chemicals.
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5.   You have provided a valid  CAS number and a
     valid chemkal name, but they do not match.

6.   You have provided a valid CAS  number, but the
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     chemical  name you provided is not a Section 313
     chemical name or recognized synonym.

7.   You have reported for multiple chemicals in one
     Form R report.

Notices of Npncpmpliance (NONs). NONs are issued
for the same exact errors as NOSEs (see NOSE errors,
above). If a facility does not respond to a NOSE within
21 days, EPA will issue a NON.  If there is no response to
the  NON,  then the  Office of Enforcement  and
Compliance Assistance (OECA) is notified and follow up
action is taken.
                *ง8.8 includes quantities of toxic chemical released on-site
         or managed as waste off-site due to remedial actions, catastrophic
        ,events, or one-time events not associated with the production
       ; 'processes."	

         C-8  femes Release Inventory Reporting Forms and instructions
                                                  Notices  of Technical  Error  (NOTEs).  NOTEs are
                                                  identified in the Facility Data Profile for errors that allow

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data to be entered into the system, but for errors that can
skew any analyses if not corrected. These types of errors
include the following.

101. You must sign the form and date the signature, part
    I, section 3.

102. You must enter the name and telephone number of
    the technical contact for the facility in part I, section
    4.3.
     ratio. If the manufacture, process, or use of the
     reported  chemical began  during  the  current
     reporting year, enter "NA".        <

117. You did not correctly complete part II, section 6.2,
     column C, "type of treatment/disposal/etc."  For
     each off-site transfer, you must enter the treatment,
     recycling, energy recovery, or disposal code for the
     method used. See the Form R instructions for valid
     codes.
103. For each receiving stream in part II, section 5.3, you
    must enter an estimate of the release or "NA" in-
    column A.

104. You must list the name of the receiving stream for
    each release in part II, section 5.3, column A.

105. You must list the name and location of the POTW
    for the discharge reported in part II, section 6.1 .A.I.
    "NA" is not acceptable.

106. For  total  discharges of this chemical to POTWs
    listed in part II, section 6.1 .B, you  must enter an
    estimate of the total discharge or "NA"  in part II,
    section 6.I.A.I.

107. You must list the name and location of  the other
    off-site(s)  for the transfer(s) of waste  indicated in
    part II, section 6.2.A. "NA" is not acceptable.

108. For each other off-site  listed in part II, section 6.2,
    you must enter at least one estimated transfer or
    "NA" in column A.

109. You did not enter any information in part II, section
    8.1 - 8.7. you must enter an estimate,"0", or "NA" in
    each box for section 8.1 - 8.7, columns  A,B,C,& D.

110. You must enter a non-negative estimate for any
    quantity reported in columns A through D of part II,
    section 8.1 through 8.7.

111. You must enter either a non-negative value or zero
    for part II, section 8.8, "quantity released as a result
    of remedial  actions, catastrophic  events, or one
    time-events  not  associated   with  production
    processes."

112. You did not correctly complete part II section 8.9.
    You  must  enter  a  non-negative,  non-zero
    "production  ratio  or  activity  index"   for  this
    chemical.  See the instructions for calculation of this
201. You either did not provide a standard industrial
     classification (SIC) code to identify the activities
     occurring at your facility or you provided  an
     invalid code(s) (part I, section 4.5).  Non-federal
     facilities must provide at least one valid primary
     four-digit SIC code between 20(00) and 39(99).

202. You did not correctly complete part I, section 4.6,
     latitude and longitude for your facility. "NA" is not
     an acceptable entry. Latitude and longitude should
     be seven digits with leading and/or trailing zeroes.
     The 48 contiguous  U.S.  states  have  latitudes
     ranging ;(south  to  north) from  24 degrees  33
     minutes 00 seconds to 48  degrees 23 minutes  00
     seconds and longitudes (east to west) from  66
     degrees 57 minutes  00 seconds to 124 degrees  44
     minutes 00 seconds respectively.   Please consult
     Form R, appendix E and instructions.

212. You did not indicate  in part II, section 3 which
     activity(ies) and use(s) of the EPCRA Section 313
     chemical occur at your facility. Check at least one.

213. You did not complete part II, section 4. You must
     enter the "maximum amount of chemical on-site at
     any time  during the calendar year". Report the
     maximum amount as a  two digit code.  See the
     instructions for valid codes.

214. You did not complete part II, section  5, "Quantity
     of the Toxic Chemical Entering each Environmental
     Medium  On-site."  If you  did not release the
     chemical to the environment, enter "0" or "NA" as
     appropriate for each release type.

215. You did  not complete  part  II,  section  6.1,
     "discharges to POTW."  If you did not discharge
     the chemical in wastewater to a POTW(s), enter
     "NA" in section 6.1 .A.I or  section  6.1.B.I.

216. You did not complete part II, section 6.2, "Transfers
     to Other  Off- site Locations."  If you did not
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       transfer  the chemical  in waste  to pther off-site
       locations, enter "NA" in section 6.2, the first off-site
       EPA identification number (RCRA ID No.) and/or
       off-site location name.

  217. You incorrectly  completed  part II, section 6.2
       column C "Type of Waste Treatment / Disposal /
       Recycling / Energy  Recovery."   For  each off-site
       transfer,  you must enter the treatment, recycling,
       e|xergy recovery,  or disposal code for the method
       l|ฃed. See the instructions for valid codes.
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  218. You did not enter any information in part II, section
       7jb  ''On-site  Waste  Treatment  Methods  and
       Efficiency." If you do not treat wastes containing
           EPCRA Sectioja 313 cftemical at your facility,
         ieck"NA."'^   I	^  , " (   v_  '.  "  "

         iu must enter either a zero or a non-negative value
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        ;or an estimate in part E, section 5 or for an off-site
       transfer in part II, section 6.
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  221. You did not enter any information in part II, section
       7B, "On-site Energy Recovery Processes" or in part
       II, section 7C "On-site Recycling  Processes."  You
       must enter at least one method code or check "NA"
       in each section-

  222. You did  not complete column B in  part II, section
       8.1. You must enter an estimate, "NA", or "0" in
       this column.
                                        NA", or "0" in
223. You did not complete column B in part II, section
    8.2. You must enter an estimate,
    this column.
   224. YOU did not complete column B in part II, section
       8.3.  You must enter an estimate, "NA", or "0" in
       this column.

   225. YOU did not complete column B in part II, section
       8.4.  You must enter an estimate, "NA", or "0" in
       this column.
"i ih I iii: ',;   jjiiij ' 	' „    ,„ ]n,,l:''i|i||llil nJilili , , i',i   ,< "    ,,,,, "i,"' M i	 '   ' ,' ' 'ii '   !
   226. You did not complete column B in part II, section
       8,5.  You must enter an estimate, "NA", or "0" in
       this column.

   227. You did not complete column B in part II, section
       8.6.  You must enter an estimate, "NA"
       this column.
or "0" in
           228. You did not complete column B in part II, section
                8.7.  You must enter an estimate,  "NA", or "0" in
                this column.

           239. You did not complete part 1, section 4.2.C. If your
                facility is a federal facility, please check the 'federal
                facility' box.

           244. If you report releases in part II, section 5 and/or
                off-site  transfer  in section 6.2 and/or quantities
                transferred off-site to POTWs in  section 6.1, you
               , ,ii m nijiijii f ii ,,ii, v , j/ MB: ', •, K •!', '"' ']'"'';-:,, \ !ป'",, j|i! '"k'! „!' • i" '• i  ' '• M,I, :  ' J     , :,•   " #'	,  . •!„, i, • „. •	-
                must report  an estimate in part II, section  8.1
                ijjjii,, jfll •, '„ : i!ii,ii,injpii,'	,	i i,i	\  ,,,  , 	   ,ii      ,, i    	ป	
                through 8.7 column B and/or section 8.8.

           245. If you enter an estimate in part II, section  8.1
                through"8.7,"column Band/or section 8.8, you must
                also report releases in part II, section 5 and/or off-
                site  transfers in section 6.2 and/or quantities
                B	ji:;;',,;•'	• .!,.•' IB-lit':/,;;,"	nil	i Hnvi .	niu;:"!	,;:':],' ,  • • ",,•,.,	,	
                transferred off-site to POTWs in section 6.1 and/or
                more  waste  treatment, energy  recovery,  or
                recycling codes in section 7.
               ! "'",;:,  "   ,i!,i .''.' ill 'Si1,  : MlWi;"11:' I  ,'"   i, ,  , ',!"• i,      '  ,;  ,'"  ji / III	a:,
           318. You entered  an invalid energy recovery method
                code in part II,  section 7B, "On-site  Energy
                Recovery Processes."  The code consists  of a "U"
                followed by two digits.  See appendix  B of the
                Form R arid instructions for valid codes.
                , '  I'll ', i'1, "•ml,!1 ' l!!:;>:,u I'	/ ' 'IB'lli!'1!,1!!!, "  " I „!, ' I  '	 '   '	   '" '"'  	
           319. You entered  an  invalid recycling code in part II,
                section  7C, "On-site  Recycling Processes."  The
                code consists of an "R" followed by two digits. See
                appendix B of the Form R and instructions for valid
                codes.

           321. If you enter  an estimate in part II,  section 8.2,
                column B, "Quantity Used for Energy Recovery On-
                site," you must enter one or more energy recovery
                codes in part II, section 7B.
           322. If you enter an "On-site Energy Recovery Process"
                code  in part II,  section 7B, you must enter an
                estimate of the quantity used for energy recovery in
                part ft, section 8.2, column B.
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           325. If you enter an estimate in part II, section 8.4,
                column B "Quantity Recycled On-site", you must
                enter one or more recycling codes in part II, section
                7C.
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326. If you enter one or more on-site recycling process
     codes in  part II,  section 7C. You must enter an
     estimate in part II, section 8.4, column B, "Quantity
     Recycled  On-site."

329. If you enter an  estimate in part II, section 8.6,
     column B "Quantity Treated On-site", you must
     complete  part  II, section  7A  "On-site  Waste
     Treatment Methods and Efficiency." "NA" is not an
     acceptable entry.

332. You have entered an invalid code in part II, section
     8.10.1-4. "Source Reduction Activity"  codes consist
     of the  letter "W" followed  by two  digits.  See
     appendix B of the appropriately dated Form R and
     instructions for valid codes.

339. You reported an invalid Type of Waste Treatment
     code.  For metals/metal category compounds use
     only disposal and certain recycling activities codes.
     Consult the guidance for metal and metal category
     compounds  and  correct  with  a  valid  waste
     management (i.e., "M") code.

340. For   non-metals,  codes  M41   and  M62  are
     unacceptable.  Provide the appropriate Disposal or
     Other Waste Management code for this non-metal
     substance.

341. You have not correctly completed part II, section
     8.10.1.  If you enter one or more "Methods to
     Identify Activity" code in part II, section 8.10.1 (A -
     C), you must also enter  the  associated "Source
     Reduction Activity " code, which consist  of the
     letter "W" followed by two digits. See Appendix B
     of the instructions for valid codes. If your facility
     did not undertake any source reduction activities,
     enter "NA" in the first column of section 8.10.1.

342. You have not correctly completed part II, section
     8.10.2.  If you enter one _or more "Methods to
     Identify Activity" code in part II, section 8.10.2 (A -
     C), you must also enter  the associated  "Source
     Reduction Activity " code, which consist  of the
     letter "W" followed by two digits. See appendix B
     of the instructions for valid codes. If your facility
     did not undertake any source reduction activities,
     enter "NA" in the first column of section 8.10.2.
 343. You have not correctly completed part II, section
     8.10.3.  If you enter one or more  "Methods to
     Identify Activity" code in part II, section 8.10.3
     (A-C), you must also enter the associated "Source
     Reduction Activity " code, which consist of the
     letter "W" followed by two digits. See appendix B
     of the instructions for valid codes. If your facility
     did not undertake any source reduction activities,
     enter "NA" in the first column of section 8.10.3.

 344. You have not correctly completed part II, section
     8.10.4.  If you enter one or more  "Methods to
     Identify Activity" code in part II, section 8.10.4 (A
     - C), you  must also enter the associated "Source
     Reduction Activity " code, which consist of the
     letter "W" followed by two digits. See appendix B
     of the instructions for valid codes. If your facility
     did not undertake any source reduction activities,
     enter "NA" in the first column of section 8.10.4.

 346. You did not complete columns A, C, or D in part II,
     section 8.1. You must enter an estimate, "NA", or
     "0" in each column.

 347. You did not complete columns A, C, or D in part II,
     section 8*2. You must enter an estimate, "NA", or
     "0" in each column.

 348. You did not complete columns A, C, or D in part II,
     section 8;3. You must enter an estimate, "NA", or
     "0" in each column.

 349. You did not complete columns A, C, or D in part II,
     section 8-4. You must enter an estimate, "NA", or
     "0" in each column.

 350. You did not complete columns A, C, or D in part II,
     section 8.5. You must enter an estimate, "NA", or
     "0" in each column.

351. You did not complete columns A, C, or D in part II,
     section 8.6. You must enter an estimate, "NA", or
     "0" in each column.

352. You did not complete columns A, C, or D in part II,
     section 8.7. You must enter an estimate, "NA", or
     "0" in each column.
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Appendix D.  Supplier Notification Requirements
Because manufacturers reporting under section 313 must
know the EPCRA Section 313 chemical composition of
the products they use to be able to accurately calculate
releases, EPA requires some suppliers of mixtures or
other trade name products containing one or more of the
EPCRA section 313 chemicals to notify their customers.
This requirement has been in effect since January 1,1989.

This appendix explains which suppliers must notify their
customers, who must be  notified, what form the notice
must take, and when it must be sent.

Who Must Supply Notification

You are covered by the section 313 supplier notification
requirements if  you  own or operate a  facility which
meets all of the following criteria:

(1)  Your facility is in Standard Industrial Classification
     [SIC] codes 20-39;

(2)  You manufacture, import,  or process an EPCRA
     Section 313 chemical; and

(3)  You sell or otherwise distribute a mixture or other
     trade name product containing the EPCRA Section
     313 chemical to either:
     Q  A facility in a covered SIC code
         (see Table I).

     Q  A facility that then may sell the same mixture or
         other trade name product to a firm in a covered
         SIC code (see Table I).

 Note  that  you  may  be  covered  by  the  supplier
 notification rules even if you are not covered by the
 section 313 release  reporting requirements.   For
 example, even if you  have  fewer  than 10 full-time
 employees or do  not manufacture or process any of the
 EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in sufficient quantities to
 trigger  the release  and  other  waste management
 reporting requirements, you  may still  be required to
 notify certain customers.

 Who Must Be Notified

 Also, note that beginning with the 1998 reporting year,
 seven new industries are now covered by most of the
 EPCRA section 313 reporting  requirements. These new
 industries are not required to comply with most of the
supplier notification requirements.  Industries whose
primary SIC code is not within 20 through 39 are not
required to initiate the distribution of notifications for
EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in mixtures or other trade
name products that they send to their customers.

However, if these facilities  receive notifications from
their suppliers about EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in
mixtures or other trade name products, they should
forward the notifications with the EPCRA Section 313
chemicals they send to other covered users.

An example would be if you sold a lacquer containing
toluene to distributors who then may sell the product to
other manufacturers.   The distributors are not in a
covered SIC code, but because they sell the product to
companies in covered SIC codes, they must be notified so
that they may pass the notice along to their customers, as
required.

The language of the supplier notification requirements
covers mixtures or other trade name products that are
sold  or  otherwise   distributed.   The  "otherwise
distributes" language applies to intra-company transfers.
However, if the  company has developed an internal
communications  procedure  that  alerts  their other
facilities to the presence and content of covered EPCRA
Section 313 chemicals in their products, then EPA would
accept this.

Note that beginning with the first shipments in 1998,
facilities in SIC codes 20-39 will be required to also notify
facilities in the newly added industry groups.

 Supplier Notification Must Include  the
 Following Information:
 (1)    A statement that the mixture or other trade name
       product contains an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
       or chemicals subject to the reporting requirements
       of EPCRA section 313 (40 CFR 372);

 (2)    The name of each EPCRA Section 313 chemical
       and the associated Chemical Abstracts Service
       (CAS)  registry  number of  each chemical if
       applicable.  (CAS  numbers are not used  for
       chemical categories, since  they can represent
       several individual EPCRA Section 313 chemicals.);
       and
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        (3)  The percentage, by weight, of each EPCRA Section
            |l;3..chemical (or all EPCRA Section 313 chemicals
      31*  ,,::  npMwif^i	sal?iorY)conta?i?<^"\ *e mi*tureฐ,r
       •:   •'  other trade name product.

      	For_example,^if a	mixture contains^ chemical (i.e., 12
     ;AJpercent'zin'c'oxi^ej	that is a member  of a reportable
     1 MI I' ''UwM.ซv>J	!' "'' ''''''-C1	''"'"' 	nl	'"ii"'11'' 	'"i"'1' i '"'	'"'  "•	_ •	 • i	'i'1	ป	•	*•
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        compounds),  the  notification must indicate that the
        mixture contains a zinc compound at 12 percent by
        Weigh"!. Supplying only the weight percent of the parent
      7[jtnetaL(zinc) does not fulfill the  requirement.   The
     ;":;_;. customer .must,^bejold	|he weight percent of the entire
      ^compound	within"	an	EPCRA" Section"313'"chemical
       'Jafegory present in"the	mixture.	
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 The required  notification must be provided at least
 annually in writing. Acceptable forms of notice include
 letters^  product   labeling,  and  product   literature
                     ;rs.  If you are required to prepare
                         jajfety Data Sheet (MSDS) for
•; the mature ^nder^ttie^ccupational	Safety and"Health
 Act  (OSHA) Hazard Communication  Standard, your
'; ^Section ฃ13 rioHfic^on jnust be attachedjo the, MSDSpr
,,;,the MงDS must be modified to include the  required
 ipfprmation, (A sample letter and recommended text for
 Inclusion Jjyain, MSDS .appear at the end of this appendix.)
'* f': •"".  liii ''I1;'*,,;ป]	"i":•!,'i:1ii(111!';!•; '• !'i.,'	!;,;i ;':j-=i,"'f,;J(•.,','	i;-; •,•• fi•:,•  •.^
i;, ;!,you, mus( t mak^it clearjitoti,ypur customers that any copies
j'^r^rficjistjibiitlgn,  of  tfie MSDS  or  other  form of
;(jjo^jflcigpdqn^rnu;sjti include Resection 313 notice. In other
         your  customers should  understand  their
       give your MSDS to their customers.

       When Notification Must Be Provided

       In general, you must notify each customer receiving a
       mixture or other  trade name product containing an
       EPCRA Section 313 chemical with the first shipment of
       each calendar  year.  You may  send the notice with
       subsequent shipments as well, but it is required that you
       Send ^ \YJth  the  first shipment each  year.  Once
       customers have been provided with an"MSDS containing
       the section 313  information, you may refer to the MSDS
       by a written letter in  subsequent years (as long as the
       MSDS is current).

       If EPA adds EPCRA Section 313 chemicals  to the section
       313  list, and your products contain the newly added
 EPCRA Section 313 chemicals, notify your customers
 with the first shipment made during the next calendar
 year following EPA's final decision to add the chemical
 to the list. For example, if EPA adds chemical ABC to the
 list in September 1998, supplier notification for chemical
 ABC would have begun with the first shipment in 1999.

 You must send a new or revised notice to your customers
 if you:

 (1)   Change a mixture or other trade name product by
      adding, removing, or changing the percentage by
      weight of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical; or

 (2)   Discover that your previous notification did not
..':•'•••: i  -:.pjoperly	identify  ,the  EPCRA  Section  313
      chemicals in the  mixture or correctly indicate the
      percentage by weight.
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 In these cases, you must:
                                                            (1)
                                                           (2)
      Supply a new or revised notification within 30
      days of a change in the product or the discovery of
      misidentified EPCRA Section 313 chemical(s) in
      the mixture or incorrect percentages by weight;
      and

      Identify in the notification the prior shipments of
      the mixture or product in that calendar year to
                                                                 revise
            I notification is made on August 12, indicate
      which shipments were affected during the period
      January 1 - August 12).

When Notifications Are Not Required

Supplier notification is not required for a "pure" EPCRA
Section 313 chemical unless a trade name is used.  The
identity of the EPCRA Section 313 chemical will be
known based on label information.

You are not required to make a "negative declaration."
That is, you are not required to indicate that a product
contains no EPCRA Section 313 chemicals.

If your mixture or other trade name product contains one
of  the EPCRA Section 313 chemicals, you  are  not
required to notify your customers if:
(1)    Your mixture  or other trade  name  product
      contains the EPCRA| Section 313 chemical in
      percentages by weight of less than the following
      levels (These are known as de minimis levels):
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    Q  0.1 percent if the EPCRA Section 313 chemical
       is defined as an "OSHA carcinogen";

    Q  1  percent for  other  EPCRA Section  313
       chemicals.

    De minimis levels  for each EPCRA Section  313
    chemical and chemical category are listed in Table
    II.

(2)  Your mixture or other trade name product is one of
    the following:

    Q  An  article that  does not release an  EPCRA
        Section 313 chemical under normal conditions  ,
        of processing or otherwise use.

    Q  Foods, drugs, cosmetics, alcoholic beverages,
        tobacco,  or  tobacco products packaged  for
        distribution to the general public.

    Q  Any consumer product, as the term is defined
        in the Consumer Product Safety Act, packaged
        for  distribution to the general public.  For
        example, if you mix or package one-gallon cans
        of paint designed for use by the general public,
        notification is not required.

 (3) You are initiating distribution of a mixture or other
    trade name product containing one or more EPCRA
    Section 313 chemicals and your facility is in any of
    the newly covered SIC codes including facilities
    whose SIC code is within SIC major group codes 10
    (except 1011, 1081, and 1094), 12 (except 1241);
    industry  codes  4911  (limited  to facilities  that
    combust  coal and/or  oil  for the  purpose' of
    generating power  for distribution in commerce),
    4931 (limited to facilities that combust coal and/or
    oil  for the  purpose  of  generating  power for
     distribution  in  commerce), or 4939  (limited to
    facilities  that combust coal  and/or  oil for the
     purpose of generating power for distribution in
     commerce); or 4953 (limited to facilities regulated
     under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act,
     subtitle C, 42 U.S.C. Section 6921 et seq.) or 5169, or
     5171, or 7389 (limited to facilities primarily engaged
     in solvents recovery services on a contract or fee
     basis).

 Trade Secrets

 Chemical suppliers may consider the chemical name or
 the specific concentration  of an EPCRA  Section 313
chemical in a mixture or other trade name product to be
a trade secret.' If you consider the:

(1)    Specific identity of an EPCRA Section 313 chemical
      to be a trade secret, the notice must contain a
      generic chemical name that is descriptive of the
      structure of that EPCRA Section 313 chemical. For
      example, decabromodiphenyl oxide  could be
      described as a halogenated aromatic.

(2)    Specific  percentage by  weight  of an  EPCRA
      Section 313 chemical in the mixture or other trade
      name product to be a trade  secret, your notice
      must contain a statement that the EPCRA Section
      313 chemical  is present  at a concentration that
      does not exceed a  specified upper bound. For
      example, if a mixture contains 12 percent toluene
      and you consider the percentage a trade secret, the
      notification may state that the mixture contains
      toluene at no more than 15 percent by weight. The
      upper bound value chosen must be no larger than
      necessary to adequately protect the trade secret.

If you claim this information to be trade secret, you must
have documentation that provides  the basis for your
claim.

Recordkeeping  Requirements

You are required to keep records for three years of the
following:

 (1)    Notifications sent to recipients of your mixture or
       other trade name product;

 (2)    All supporting  materials used  to develop the
       notice;

 (3)    If claiming a specific EPCRA Section 313 chemical
       identity a trade secret, why the EPCRA Section 313
       chemical identity is considered a trade secret and
       the appropriateness of the generic chemical name
       provided in the notification; and

 (4)    If claiming a specific concentration a trade secret,
       explanations of why a specific  concentration is
       considered a trade secret and the basis for the
       upper bound concentration limit.

 This information must be readily available for inspection
 by EPA.
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         Sangple Notification Letter
         Mr, Edward Burke
       ^Furniterf Company of North Carolina
       ;.:•; 1000 Stain Street .................................. :
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         Dear Mr. Burke:
                                                     January 2, 2000
           s !ltter is IP infฐJm you that a product that we sell to you, Furniture Lacquer KXZ-1390, contains one or more
         chemicals subject to Section 313 of Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA). We are
         required to notify you of the presence of these chemicals in the product under EPCRA section 313. This law
         requires certain industrial faculties to report on annual emissions and other waste management of specified
         EPCRA Section 313, chemicals and chemical categories. Our product contains:
                                                                        ,j," .i1, ,11	ill "t ••  f M I i'
        D   Toluene, Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) number 108-88-3, 20 percent, and

        O   Zinc compounds, 15 percent.

        If 7OU are unsur,e ™!>e%r 7OU a1"6 subject to the reporting requirements of EPCRA Section
        Information, call EPA's EPCRA Hotline at 1 (800) 424-9346, or (703) 412-9877.  Your other
        notifying you about EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in the mixtures and other trade
                                                                                 : name
  313, or need more
 suppliers should also be
products they sell to you.
        Finally, please note that if you repackage or otherwise redistribute this product to industrial customers, a notice
        similar to this one must be sent to those customers.
                                                               Sincerely,
                                                               Emma Sinclair
                                                               Sales Manager
                                                               Furniture Products
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Sample Notification on an MSDS

Section 313 Supplier Notification
                                  Furniture Products
This product contains the following EPCRA Section 313 chemicals subject to the reporting requirements of
Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Kriow Act of 1986 (40 CFR 372):
    CAS#

   108-88-3
   NA
Chemical Name

Toluene
Zinc Compounds
Percent by Weight

20%
15%
    This information should be included in all MSDSs that are copied and distributed for this material.
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Appendix E.    How To Determine Latitude and Longitude From
                      Topographic Maps
Latitude and longitude coordinates of reporting facilities
are very important for pinpointing facility location and
are a required data element on Form R. As such, EPA is
encouraging  facilities  to  make  the  best possible
measurements when determining latitude and longitude.
As with any other data element, missing, suspect, or
incorrect data may result in EPA issuing  a Notice of
Technical Error to the facility.

Latitude is the  distance north or south of the equator.
Longitude  is the distance east or  west of the  prime
meridian (Greenwich, England). Latitude and longitude
are measured in degrees, minutes, and seconds.

        60" (seconds) = 1' (minute)
        60' (minutes) = 1ฐ (degree)

The  most  important tool available  for  determining
latitude and longitude for your  facility  is the  U.S.
Geological Survey (USGS) topographic quadrangle map.
These maps are published in varying degrees of detail.
The most detailed version of the topographic quadrangle
map is in 7.5 x 7.5 minute increments with a scale of
1:24000 (i.e., one inch on the map represents 2,000 feet).
Detailed topographic quadrangle maps are also available
in 7.5 x 15 minute increments with a scale of 1:250,000
(i.e., one inch on the map represents approximately four
miles).  It is very important that latitude and longitude
measurements  be made from one of the detailed maps
described above.   Otherwise, measurements will not
accurately reflect the location of your facility and could
be identified as an error on your Form R submission.

In order to identify the detailed topographic quadrangle
map  in which your facility is  located, the USGS has
published an index and a catalog of topographic maps
available for each state. Both the index and the catalog
are available in many libraries or free of charge from the
Distribution Branch of the USGS (address on following
page). The Index to Topographic  and Other Map Coverage
helps you to identify the most detailed map in which
your facility is located.  To identify  the most detailed
 map, follow  these simple steps on how to use the index:

 (1)  The beginning of each index contains  a map of the
     state, broken into numbered quadrangular sections.
     The numbered quadrangular sections are called
     general areas of interest.  Identify the numbered
     section  in which your facility is located.

 (2)  The subsequentpages of the index contain detailed
     maps of each  general area of interest, in numerical
order.  Identify the detailed map corresponding to the
numbered general area of interest identified in Step 1.

(3)  Within  this detailed map,  identify the  smaller
    quadrangular area in which your facility is located.
    This smaller quadrangular section is the specific
    area of interest.  Record first the letter then the
    number coordinate for your specific area of interest
    (e.g., E4).
(4)  Using the chart found on the same page as the
    detailed map of the general area of interest, record
    the name of the specific area of interest in which
    your facility is located, identified by the letter and
    number coordinates (e.g., Richmond).

The  name of  the  specific area  of interest  and its
corresponding letter and number coordinates identify the
most detailed topographic  quadrangle map in which
your facility is located.  To identify the map reference
code and file number necessary to order this map, follow
these simple steps for using the Catalog ofTopographic and
Other Published Maps for the state in which your facility
is located:

(5)  The beginning of the catalog explains the meaning of
    the reference code.  On the pages following this
    explanation, there are charts listed alphabetically by
    the  name of the specific area of  interest  with
    corresponding  file numbers and map  reference
    codes.   Using  the name of the  specific area of
    interest recorded in Step 4, identify the file number
    and map reference code from the chart for the map
    in which your  facility is located (e.g., file number
    00692, map reference code 37977-E4-TF-024-00).

(6)   Use the file number and map reference code to
     obtain the specific topographic quadrangle map in
     which your facility is located.

These  detailed topographic  quadrangle  maps are
available in many  libraries or for purchase from the
Distribution Branch of the USGS and from private map
dealers.  The Catalog of Topographic and Other Published
Maps contains a list  of map depository libraries and
topographic map dealers for each state covered in the
catalog.

To purchase a topographic quadrangle  map from the
USGS, you '. must  send a  written  request to the
Distribution Branch of the USGS, containing the file
number, map reference code, the name of the city, state
and zip code in which your facility is located, payment of
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          S4.00 per map sheet and a handling charge of $3.50 for
          each order mailed,

         iuJXhe Distribution Branch of the USGS can be reached at:
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                                                                     The latitude and longitude are printed at the edges
                                                                     of the map.
                                                                 (4)  To determine the increment of latitude above the
                                                                     latitude line recorded in step 3,

                                                                     — position the map so that you face west;
                                                                     . —. place the ruler in approximately a north-south
                                                                        alignment, with the "0"  on the latitude  line
                                                                        recorded  in  step  3  with the  ruler  edge
        n,..   ,	,  ;„   ,f- i',;,,;	-	 ,•	 y: ":,,:•	.•  „ .; p.,,,.,;,.  :;:;  , ,:;•'• iMr: ;;   '    intersecting'the point.	
        |nad(|ilionf you may purchase a topographic quadrangle  -
	 ^-|j!;imap" 'Som _the ^USGS through a  USGS Public Inquiry  "  Without moving the"ruler, read and record:
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(5)  To determine the increment of longitude west of
    the longitude line recorded in step 3,

    — position the map so that you face south;

    — place the ruler in  approximately an east-west
       alignment with the "0" on the longitude line
       recorded  in  step 3  with  the  ruler  edge
       intersecting the point.

Without moving the ruler,  read and record:

    — the measurement from the longitude line to the
       desired point (the point distance);
    — the measurement from the longitude
       line to the west line of the small quadrangle
        (the total distance).                     ;

Determine the number of seconds to be added to the
longitude recorded in step 3 by using the ratio:

    Point distance x 150" = increment of longitude
    total distance
    between lines
                 For example:

                     Point distance    =      65.0
                     Total distance    =      149.9

                     65.0  x 150" = 65" = Ol'OS"
                     149.9

                     (60" = 1'; 65" = 60" + 05" = Ol'OS")
                     Longitude in step 3
                     Increment
                     Longitude of point

                     to the nearest second
                      78ฐ05'00"
                      +  pros"
                      78ฐ06'05"
                      = 78ฐ06'05'
                 Note: Use the appropriate address for submission of
                 Form R reports to your State.  In addition, many States
                 have additional state reporting requirements. Check
                 with your State contact on any  State requirements.
                                  Latitude/Longitude Diagram
                       WEST
                                                  NORTH
                                            +
POINT
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+
                                                  SOUTH
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                                                                             32ฐ17'30"
                                                                             32ฐ15'00"
                           Point Latitude 32018'48' North, Lontitude 78ฐ06'051 West
      Note: This diagram is based on a USGS 7.5 Minute Series Topographic Map. It is not drawn to scale.
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     >endix F.  State Designated Section 313 Contacts
Submitting Electronically to States:  As of the
publication of this book the following states confirmed
that they accept electronic submission.
AK
AZ
CA
CO
DC
DE
FL
GA
HI
IA
ID
IL
IN
KS
LA
MD
MI
MN
MO
MX
NC
ND
NJ
NM
NY
NV
OH
OK
OR
PA
SC
SD
TX
UT
VA
VT
WA
WI
WV
WY
 If your state is not listed here, please contact your state
 office to confirm that paper submissions are required.

 Alabama
 Mr. Kirk Chandler
 Alabama Emergency Response Commission
 Alabama Department of Environmental Management
 P.O. Box 301463
 Montgomery, AL 36130-1463
 (334) 260-2717, Fax: (334) 272-8131
 kfc@adem.state.al.us

 Alaska
 Ms. Camille Stephens
 Department of Environmental Conservation
 Government Preparedness and Response Program
 410 Willoughby Avenue, Suite 105
 Juneau,AK 99801-1795
 (907) 465-5242, Fax: (907) 465-5244
 cstephen@envircon.state.ak.us

 American Samoa
 Mr. Togipa Tausaga
 American Samoa EPA
 American Samoa Government
 Office of the Governor
 Pago Pago, AS 96799
 International Number (684) 633-2304
 asepa@samoatelco.com
Arizona
Mr. Daniel Roe, Executive Director
Arizona Emergency Response Commission
5636 East McDowell Road
Phoenix, AZ 85008
(602) 231-6346, Fax: (602)392-7519
roed@dem.state.az.us

Mr. Bill Quinn
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
Pollution Prevention Unit Manager
3033 N. Central
Phoenix, AZ. 85012
(602) 207-4203, Fax: (602) 207-4538
quinii.bill@en.state.az.us

Arkansas
Mr. Bob Johns
Arkansas Office of Emergency Services
P.O. Box 758
Conway, AR 72203-0758
Attn: Office qf Hazardous Materials
(501) 703-9789, Fax: (501) 703-9754

Certified Mail ONLY
Mr. Bob Johns                   '
Arkansas Office of Emergency Services
1835 South Donaghey
Conway, AR 72032
 Attn: OHM

 California
 Mr. Stephen Hanna
 California Environmental Protection Agency
 Department of Toxic Substances Control
 P.O. Box 806
 Sacramento, CA 95812-0806
 (916) 324-9924, Fax: (916) 324-1788
 shanna@dtsc.ca.gov

 Colorado
 Mr. Kirk Mills
 Mail Stop PPP-B2
 Colorado Emergency Planning Commission
 Colorado Department of Public Health and
 Environment
 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
 Denver, CO 80246
 (303) 692-3017, Fax: (303) 782-4969
 kirk.mills@state.co.us
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         Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands
         Mr, Ignaeio V. Cabrera, Director
         Division of Environmental Quality
         Commonwealth o( the Nfortherrt Mariajja Islands
         PA Box 1304                 '" ,	1" '	" , ";	
         Saipan, MP 96950
         International Number (670) 234-6984
         Fax:(670)234-1003
         deq.director@saipan.com

         Connecticut
         M r, Joseph Pu laski
         SERC Administrator
         Department of Environmental Protection
         79 Elm Street, 4th Floor
         Hartford. CT^lbeSli?	
         Li,., Ili I I fll    Si	i.''l. ' llhliiiilll! 	'liiiiilnil*!1 ;"'!I|I!|:1"  ^	  '!   	  •  , i>
         (860) 424-3373, Fax: (860) 424-4509
         loesph.pulaskiWpolstatext.us
        Delaware
        Mr, David Fees
        EPCRA Reporting Program
        Air Quality Management, DNREC
      '	156 Squft State Street
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                   19901
                         '       1
'\!;"'g62)7|9-4'79l7Fax';'i(302)	739-3160 	  '   '\	
'..ir-ijfcegjf'dni-ec.state.de.us

  District of Columbia
  Ms, MIchele Penick
  Environmental Planning Specialist
  Emergency Response Commission for Title III
':':;:,2000 llllx.gtragLNW^ 8th Floor	
'"I Wasjjiggton, DC 20009
  1^02) 673-2101  (ext. 3159), Fax: (202) 673-2290
                	;,
        State Einergency Response Commission
        Florida pepartment of Cornmunity Affairs
      '."SS^Snumard OakBTvdC	
        Xallahassee, FL 32399-2100
        (850) 413-9928, Fax: (850) 488-1739
        Sam.bracketti^dca.state.fl.us
  Georgia
  Dr. Beit K, Langley
  Georgia Emergency Response Commission
  7 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Room 139
  Atlanta, GA 30334
  (404) 656-6905, Fax: (404) 657-7893
  bert langley@mail.dnr.state.ga.us

  Guam
  Ms. Cbnchita Tatano, Director
  Air and Land Division
  Guam EPA
  P.O. Box 22439, GMF
  Barrigada, GU 96921
 InternatiqrialJSfurriber (671) 475-1658
 Fax: (671) 477-9402

 Hawaii	
 Ms. Marsha Graf
 Hawaii State Emergency Response Commission
 Hawaii Department of Health
 919 Ala Moana Blvd., 3rd Flqor, Room 206
 Honolulu, HI 96814
 (808) 586-4249, Fax: (808) 586-7537
 heer@eha.health.state.hi.us

 Idaho
 Mr. Bill Bishop
 Bureau of Hazardous Materials
 4040 Guard Street, Bldg. 600
 Gowen Field
 P.O. Box 83720
 Boise, ID 83705-5004
 (208) 334-3263,  Fax: (208) 334-3267
 bbishop@bds.state.id.us
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 Illinois,		
 Mr. Joe Goodner
 Illinois EPA
 Office of Chemical Safety #28
 1021 N. Grand Avenue, East
 P.O. Box 19276
Springfield, IL 62794-9276
(217) 785-0830, Fax: (217)782-1431
epa8538@epa.state.ii.us
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                                                             Mr. Joe Goodner
                                                             Illinois EPA
                                                             Office of Chemical Safety #2$
                                                             1021 N. Grand Avenue, East'
                                                             Springfield, IL 62702
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                                                                                           Appendix F
Indiana
John Chavez, Chief
Office of Pollution Prevention Technical Assistance
Indiana Government Center North
100 North Senate Ave.
P.O. Box 6015
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6015
(317) 233-6661, Fax: (317) 233-5627
jchavez@dem.state.in.us.

Iowa
Ms. Susan Dixon, Supervisor
Contamination-sites Section
Department of Natural Resources
900 E. Grand Avenue
Urbandale, IA 50319
(515) 242-6346, Fax: (515) 281-8895
susan.dixon@dnr.state.ia.us

Kansas
Mr. Scott Bangert
Kansas Emergency Response Commission
Right-to-Know Program
J Street and 2 North
Forbes Field Building 283
Topeka, KS 66620
(785) 296-1689, Fax: (785) 296-1545

Kentucky
Mr. Alex Barber
Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection
14 Reilly Road
Frankfort, KY 40601-1132
(502) 564-2150, Fax: (502) 564-4245
barber@nrpath.nr.state.ky.us

Louisiana
Ms. Linda Brown
Department of Environmental Quality
Office of Environmental Assessment Evaluation Division
P.O. Box 82178
Baton Rouge, LA 70884-2178
 (225) 765-2993, Fax: (225) 765-0617
 lindab@deq.state.la.us

 Maine
 Ms. Rayna Leibowitz
State Emergency Response Commission
 72 State House Station
 Augusta, ME 04333
 (207) 287-4080, Fax: (207) 287-4079
 ravna.b.leibowitz@state.iTie.iis
Maryland
Ms. Patricia Williams
Maryland Department of the Environment
Technical and Regulatory Services Administration
Community Right-to-Know
2500 Broening Highway
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 631-3800, Fax: (410) 631-3873
pwilliams@mde.state.md.us

Massachusetts
Mr. Walter Hope
Massachusetts Department of Environmental
 Protection
Bureau of Waste Prevention
1 Winter Street
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 292-5982, Fax: (617) 292-5858
walter.hope@state.ina.us

Michigan
Mr. Robert Jackson
State Emergency Planning  and Community
 Right-to-Know
Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality
Environmental Assistance  Division
P.O. Box 30457
Lansing, MI 48909
(517) 373-8481, Fax: (517) 241-7966
TACKSORC@state.mi.us

Certified Mail ONLY
Mr. Robert Jackson
State Emergency Planning and Community
  Right-to-Know
Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality
Environmental Assistance Division
333 S. Capitol
Town CTR, 2nd Floor
Lansing, MI 48909

Minnesota
Mr. Steve Tomlyanovich
Department of Public Safety
Emergency Response Commission
444 Cedar Street, Suite 223
St Paul, MN 55101
 (612) 282-5396, Fax: (612) 296-0459
steve.tomlyanovich@state.mn.us
                                            Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions  F-3

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          Jackson, MS 39289-1305
          (601) 961-5005, Fax: (601) 961-5660
          }bhn_d_burns@deq.state,ms.us
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          Mr. John David Burns
          Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality
         338Q Highway 80 West
          Jackson, MS 39204
 :' 'I:LI   Missouri	
 7 \,"„ ,'!' "Mr. Gene Nickel
   iir^^jJTechj^ical Assistance Program
        Missouri Department of Natural Resources
	'"	|;i;;' ,i;:;[p.o. BOX 176               ;, T    :	",;„".
        Jefferson City, MO 65102
        (573) 526-6627, Fax: (573) 526-5808
        flfn1ckeฎmail.dnr.state.mo.us
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  ";;,	:;:;'Mr, Gene Nickel
      '•"Technical Assistance Program
         Missouri Department of Natural Resources
	 ":~'":" 1659 B	East Elm Street
iB	,j i;:', qi;Jefferson City, MO 65101
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    '"i:;",,',':::,State,of^Nebrasika. Department of Environmental
    '''i:!!' !!',!!Qual|^'"'	'	"'	''"' ''	'	
    ;:*:!"''P.O.Box 98922
        Lincoln, NE 68509-8922
        (402)47f-4251,Fax:(402)471-2909
        deu055@mail.deq.state.ne.us
                                                               ..... Certified:Mail ONLY:
                                                                Mr. Mike Mailory, Coordinator
                                                                State ojf Nebraska Department of Environmental
                                                                 Quality
                                                                1200 N Street, Suite 400    ,
                                                                Lincoln, NE 68509

                                                                Nevada
                                                                  ฅs. Alene Coulson
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                                                                c/0 State Emergency Response Commission
                                                                555 Wright Way
                                                                Carson City, NV 89711-0925
                                                                (775) 687-4670 (ext. 3006), Fax: (775) 687-6396
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                                                                New Hampshire
                                                                 New Hampshire Office of Emergency
                                                                 Management Agency, Title III Program
                                                                 State Office Park South
                                                                 107 Pleasant Street
                                                                 Concord/NHOSSOi .................. |
                                                                 (603) 271-2231, Fax: (603) 225-7341
                                                                 leek@nhoem.state.nh.us
                                                                             .....  ' ..... ,:,!, .!  ''  .• ' '' •'. II ••  ".•!•   .!•  .• If  '   '    • l,"1:
                                                                 New Jersey
                                                                 Mr. Andrew Opperman
                                                                 Department of Environmental Protection
                                                                 EPCRA Section 313        [
                                                                 Bureau of Chernical Release Information & Prevention
                                                                '" P.O. Boxlos' """"" ..... ' ..... .......... ........ " .......... '" [ T.' ..... "' , ............. " '""  """"'' [ '   ..' "" . "" ..... """':" ..... ' '" ................
                                                                 Trenton, NJ 08625-0405
                                                                 (609) 984-3219, Fax: (609) 633-7031
                                                                 aopperma@dep.state.ni.us
                                                               New Mexico
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                                                               New Mexico Emergency Response Commission
                                                               Chemical Safetv^ Office
                                                               Emergency Management Bureau
                                                                Santa ,Fe,,NM87504-1628       	_.
                                                                (505) 476-9620, Fax: (505) 476-9695
                                                                Mjohnson@DPS.state.nm.us

                                                                Certified Mail ONLY	
                                                                Mr. Max Johnson, Coordinator
                                                                New Mexico Emergency Response Commission
                                                                Chemical Safety Office
                                                                Emergency Management Bureau
                                                                4491 Cerrillos Road
                                                                Santa Fe,NM 87505
                                 itgry Reporting Forms and Instructions

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                                                                                           Appendix F
New York
Mr. Sitansu Ghosh                               '•.
New York State Department of Enviromental
 Conservation
Pollution Prevention Unit
50 Wolf Road, Room 298
Albany, NY 12233-8010
(518) 485-8472, Fax: (518) 457-2570
sbghosh@gw.dec.state.ny.us

North Carolina
Mr. Richard Berman
North Carolina Emergency Response Commission
North Carolina Division of Emergency Management
116 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27603-1335
(919) 733-1361, Fax: (919) 733-2860
nc-sara@ncem.org

North Dakota
Mr. Robert W. Johnston
North Dakota State Division of Emergency
 Management
P.O. Box 5511
Bismarck, ND 58502-5511
(701) 328-2111, Fax: (701) 328-2119
bjhnsto@state.nd.us

Certified Mail ONLY
Mr. Robert W. Johnston
North Dakota State Division of Emergency
Management
Fraine Barracks Road, Building 35
Bismarck, ND 58506-5511

Ohio
Ms. Cindy DeWulf
Ohio EPA
Lazarus Government Center
122 South Front Street
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 644-3606, Fax: (614) 644-3681
cindy.dewulf@epa.state.oh.us

Oklahoma
Ms. Monty Elder
Department of Environmental Quality
Risk Communication
P.O. Box 1677
Oklahoma City, OK 73101-1677
(405) 702-6139 or (800) 869-1400, Fax: (405) 702-1001
monty.elder@deqmail.state.ok.us
Oregon
Mr. Bob Albers
Oregon Emergency Response Commission
Office of State Fire Marshall
4760 Portland Road, Northeast
Salem, OR 97305-1760
(503) 378-3473, (ext. 262), Fax: (503) 373-1825
bob.ALBERS@state.or.us

Pennsylvania
Mr. Thomas J. Ward, Jr.
Bureau of PennSafe
Labor and Industry Building
7th & Forster Streets, Room 1503
Harrisburg, PA 17120
(717) 783-2017, Fax: (717) 783-5099
pennsafe@dli.state.pa.us

Pennsylvania
Ms. Peg Forte
Bureau of PennSafe
PA Dept. Labor and Industry
1503 L & I Bldg.
7th & Forster Streets
Harrisburg, PA 17120
(717) 787-2450; Fax: (717) 783-5099
pforte@clli.state.pa.us

Puerto Rico
Mr. Genaro Torres
Director of Superfund and Emergencies
Title III-SARA Section 313
Environmental Quality Board
Ferrnadez Junco Station
P.O. Box 11488
Santurce, PR 00910
(787) 766-2823, Fax: (787) 766-0150

Certified Mail ONLY
Mr. Genaro Toress
Director of Superfund and Emergencies
Environmental Quality Board
Emergency Response and Remedial Office
National Plaza #431
Ponce de Leori Avenue
HatoRey, PR'00917
                                           Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions  F-5

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          Ms. Karen Slattery
          Rl Department of Environmental Management
          Division of Air Resources	
          235 Promenade Street, Suite 230
          Providence, RI02908-5767
          Attn: Toxic Release Inventory
          (401) 222-2808 (ext. 7030), Fax: (401) 222-2017
          kslatter@dem.state.ri.us

          South Carolina
          Mr, Mjghael Juras
          Community Right-tp-Know
          Department of Health and Environmental Control
          2600 Bull Street
          Columbia, SC 29201
          (803) 898-4385, Fax: (803) 898-4117
         jurasrns@colurnb3Ldhec.state.sc.us

         South	Dakota"'   '	
         Ms. Lee Ann SmithVlRI Coordinator
         South Dakota Department of Environment and
         Natural Resources
         523 East Capitol
        ^ifiejr^SD 57501-311J III  ,'  .   "	   '   ., .
        ,,;,(605)573-3296, Fax:	(605)773-6035
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IljT^nnege^ prnergency Response Council
  Tennessee Emergency Management Agency
  3041 Sidco Drive
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  Nashville, TN 37204
 |! (613)741-2986, "Fax:	(615)' 242-9635

 i [TexasI',"     ,",",   H H'l,     ',     ',„  I"' 	',
 .IjttS. Postal Se|yice Delivery including Certified Mail
,,4ijMs. Becky Kurka   	           "	
'II'JfRl Program, MC164 	
  lT>xas Na|ural Resource Conservation Commission
  P.O. Box 13087'	II  HI    ,       ...''.       I'.
  Austin, TX 78711-3087
  (512) 239^4TRI (4874), Fax: (512) 239-1515
  bkurka@tnrcc.sta te.tx.us
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         12100 ||r$ 35 Qrcfe Building E (3rd Floor)
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                                                          Mr. Neil Taylor          [
                                                          Division of Environ. Response and Remediation
                                                          168 North 1950 West
                                                          Salt Lake CitylUT 84116  '.
                                                          (801) 536-4102, Fax: (801) 536-4242
                                                          ntaylor@deq.state.ut.us

                                                          Vermont
                                                          VT Dept. of Environmental Conservation
                                                          Environmental Assistance Division
                                                          103 S. Main St. .................... '  " ^ '   ' .'"      '
                                                          Waterbury, VT 05671-0411
                                                          (802) 241-3629, Fax: (802) 241-3273
                                                          paulv@dec.anr.state.vt.us

                                                          Virginia
                                                        .  Ms, ..... Do|]ai Huang
                                                          Virginia Emergency Response Council
                                                          Virginia Dept. of Environmental Quality
                                                          SARA Title III Program
                                                          P.O. Box 10009
                                                          Richmond, VA 23240-0009
                                                          (804) 698-4489, Fax: (804) 698-4346
                                                          drhuang@deq.state.va.us  '.

                                                          Virgin Islands
                                                          Mr. HpjlisJL Griffin ...... MI, !„, ... „  , ........ ....... „
                                                          Department of Planning and Natural Resources
                                                          Division of Environmental Protection
                                                          1118 Waterguthomes
                                                          Christianshead, St. Croix 00820-5965
                                                        ,St. Croix; (340) 773-0565, Fax: (340) 773-9310
                                                         StlThpmas:_(340) 777-4577, Fax: ,(340^774-5416
                                                         HtGr{?i2Wvi'access'lnet"
                                                         Washington
                                                         Ms. Well Hansen
                                                         Department of Ecology, CRTK Unit
                                                         P.O. Box 47659
                                                         Qlympia, WA 98504-7659  '
                                                         (360)407-6727 or (800) 633-7585, Fax: (360) 360-407-6715
                                                         ihan461@ecy.wa.gov

                                                        : Federal Express or UPS'Mail ONLY	[	''     "  "_'' '"' ""
                                                         Ms. Idell Hansen
                                                         Department of Ecology
                                                         Community Right-to-Know Unit
                                                         300 Desmond .Drive "  . |v |      ,   'I,	    I'ti
                                                         LaceyVwA ""98503
:  i f-6  Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions
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                                                                                             Appendix F
West Virginia
Mr. John W. Pack, Jr.
West Virginia Emergency Response Commission
West Virginia Office of Emergency Services
Main Capital Building I, Room EB-80
Charleston, WV 25305-0360
(304) 558-5380, Fax: (304) 344-4538

West Virginia
Ms. Jan Taylor
National Institute for Chemical Studies
2300 MacCorkle Ave., SE
Charleston, WV 25304
(304) 346-6264, Fax: (304)346-6349
taylornics@aol.com

Wisconsin
Ms. Erin Baggot, SS/6
Department of Natural Resources
101 South Webster
P.O. Box 7921
Madison, WI53707
(608) 266-6043, Fax: (608) 267-5231
baggoe@dnr.state.wi.us
Wyoming
Mr. Bob Bezek
Hazardous Materials Planner
Wyoming ERC/EMA
Department of Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 1709
5500 Bishop Blvd.
Cheyenne, WY 82009-3302
(307) 777-4900, Fax: (307) 635-6017
hellerj@wy-iso.army.mil

Notes:
(1) If an Indian tribe has chosen to act independently of
a state for the purpose of section 313 reporting, facilities
located within the Indian community should report to
the tribal SERC, or until the SERC is established,  the
Chief Executive Officer of the Indian tribe, as well as to
EPA; (2) Facilities located within the Territories of the
Pacific should send a report to the Chief Administrator
of the appropriate territory, as well as to EPA.
                                             Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Forms and Instructions F-7

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Appendix G. Section 313 Regional Contacts
Region 1
Assistance and Pollution Prevention Office
USEPA Region 1 (SPT)
1 Congress Street, Suite 11000
Boston, MA  02114-2023
(617) 918-1829, Fax: (617) 918-1810
peavey.dwight@epa.gov
  Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
Rhode Island, Vermont

Region 2
Pesticides and Toxic Substances Branch
USEPA Region 2 (MS-105)
2890 Woodbridge Avenue
Building 10
Edison, NJ 08837-3679
(732) 906-6890, Fax: (732) 321-6788
lopez.nora@epa.gov
  New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

Region 3
Toxics Programs and Enforcement Branch
USEPA Region 3 (3WC33)
1650 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2029
(215) 814-2072, Fax: (215)814-3114
reilly.william@epa.gov
    Delaware, District  of  Columbia,  Maryland,
Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia

Region 4
EPCRA Enforcement Section
USEPA Region 4
Atlanta Federal Center
61 Forsyth Street, S.W.
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 562-9191, Fax: (404) 562-9163
velez.ezequiel@epa.gov
   Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky,  Mississippi,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee

Region 5
Pesticides and Toxics Branch
USEPA Region 5 (DT-8J)
77 West Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, IL  60604
(312) 886-6219, Fax: (312) 353-4788
codina.thelma@epa.gov
Region 6
Pesticides and Toxics Substances Branch
USEPA Region 6 (6PDT)
1445 Ross Avenue, Suite 1200
Dallas, TX 75202-2733
(214) 665-8013, Fax: (214)665-6762
layne.warren@epa.gov
 Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas
Region 7
Air, RCRA and Toxics Division
USEPA Region 7 (ARTD/CRIB)
901 North 5th'Street
Kansas City, KS 66101
(913) 551-7472, Fax: (913) 551-7065
hirtz.james@epa.gov
 Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska
Region 8
Office of Pollution Prevention, Pesticides and Toxics
USEPA Region 8 (8P-P3T)
99918th Street, Suite 500
Denver, CO $0202
(303) 312-6447, Fax: (303) 312-6044
dhieux.joyel@.epa.gov
 Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah,
Wyoming

Region 9
Toxics Section
USEPA Region 9 (CMD-4-2)
75 Hawthorne Street
San Francisco; CA 94105
(415) 744-1121, Fax: (415)744-1073
browning.adam@epa.gov
 Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, American Samoa,
Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Region 10
Office of Waste & Chemicals Management
USEPA Region 10 (WCM-128)
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 553-4016, Fax: (206) 553-8509
colt.christina@epa.gov
 Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin    Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
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Appendix H.  Other Relevant Section 313 Materials
 O    1996 Toxics Release Inventory Public Data
      Release State Fact Sheets
      (EPA 745-F-98-001)

 The  fact sheets can  be  found on the Internet at
 http://www.epa.gov/tri.   The  fact  sheets  in  this
 document summarize the basic  1996 Toxics Release
 Inventory (TRI) data for each state.  This document is
 designed as a companion volume to  EPA's 1996 Toxics
 Release Inventory Public Data Release (EPA 745-R-98-
 005), a more detailed examination of TRI data for 1995
 and previous years.

 O    1996  Toxics   Release  Inventory  Public  Data
      Release, Ten Years of Right-to-Know
      (EPA 745-R-98-005)

 This publication can  be  found on the Internet at
 http://www.epa.gov/tri. This document provides an
 overview of the information collected through TRI. It
 summarizes  data collected for calendar year 1996.  For
 comparison purposes, this report also provides basic data
 for the two  preceding years (1994  and 1995), for the
 period since the Pollution Prevention Act mandated
 collection of waste management data (1991), and for the
 baseline year (1988).  In addition to the usual analysis of
 TRI data on a national basis, the 1996 Public Data Release
 contains,  for the first  time, chapters  that  provide
 industry-specific analyses of TRI data. The new chapters
 cover the  following  industries:  pulp  and  paper,
 petroleum, chemical manufacturing, primary metals,
 electronics, and federal facilities.

 Q    1996 Toxics  Release  Inventory  Public  Data
      Release — 10 Years of Right-to-Know: Industry
      Sector  Analyses (EPA 745-R-98-018)

 This  publication can  be found on the Internet at
 http://www.epa.gov'/tri.     This  publication  is a
 complement to the earlier sector chapters completed in
 the 1996 TRI Public Data Release. The document contains
 industry-specific analyses of  the  following industries:
 food and kindred products; tobacco products; textile mill
 products; apparel and other finished products made from
 fabrics and similar materials; lumber and wood products,
 except  furniture; furniture   and fixtures;   printing,
 publishing,  and  allied  industries;  rubber   and
 miscellaneous plastics products;  leather  and leather
 roducts;  stone, clay, glass,  and concrete  products;
 fabricated metal products; industrial and commercial
 machinery and computer  equipment;  transportation
 equipment;  measuring,  analyzing,  and  controlling
 instruments;  and  miscellaneous   manufacturing
 industries.

 Q    Similar reports for 1987-1995 are available for
       sale from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S.
       Government Printing Office, Washington, DC
       20420-9325 (202-512-1800).

 D    Toxic Release Inventory — On-line Database

 The TRI home page (http://www.epa.gov/tri) offers
 information useful to both novice and experienced users
 of the toxics community. It provides, in lay  terms, a
 description of what TRI is, how it can  be  used, a
 discussion of TRI and health issues, and much more. You
 can find out about TRI products, view or download the
 1996 TRI data release reports, and identify who to contact
 for more information in EPA regions and state programs
 across the country. From the TRI home page,  you can
 "link" to other EPA and non-EPA sites that allow you to
 search the TRI database online.

 Another  EPA Website,  the Envirofacts  Warehouse
 (http://www.epa.gov/enviro) provides  free access to
 five of EPA's largest databases containing Superfund
 data, Safe Drinking Water information, Hazardous Waste
 information, Water Discharge permits, Air Releases, and
 TRI information.  The  user can  read about  EPA's
 databases, generate reports,  and produce maps showing
 the location of TRI  and  other facilities.   Envirofacts
 allows the user to search the TRI and other databases by
 facility name, geographic location, SIC code, or chemical
 name and to produce reports on the facilities and map
 their locations. A variety of user-specified parameters let
 users  point and click to customize their searches. The
 maps include facility locations as well as user defined
 demographic  information,  schools, hospitals, roads,
 bodies of water, and more.  Maps can be printed out or
 saved in various  formats including GIF, JPG, TIP, PDF,
 EPS, ARC/INFO and more. TRI is specifically addressed
 through   Envirofact's   TRI    page
 (http://www.epa.gov/enviro/html/tris/tris__overvie
 w.html).

 A computerized  on-line database of the Toxic Release
 Inventory data is also available through the National
 Library of Medicine's (NLM) TOXNET on-line system at
 http://toxnet.hlm.nih.gov. Other NLM files on TOXNET
 can provide supporting  information in such areas as
 health  hazards  and  emergency  handling  of toxic

Toxics Releases Inventory forms and Instructions H-l

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         Appendix H
         chemicals. Information on accessing theTOXNET system
         is  available from:   TRI  Representative,  Specialized
         Information Services, National Library of Medicine, 8600
         Rockvjlle Pike, Bethesda, MD 20894 (301) 496-6531.

         RTK-Net (http://vvvvvv.rtk.net) is  an online network
         concerned  with environmental issues, in  particular,
         matters  arising  from  the  passage of  right-to-know
         provisions emboctieS in"EPCRA legislation. RTTK-net was
   11   j established by  tw'e". non-profit  organizations	(Unison
         (Unison Institute arid OMB Watch) to prbvi3e access to
         TRI,  Hnk  TRI  with other environmental  data,  and
         exchange information among  public interest groups.
         RTK-Net is a full-service center providing free dial-in
         access privileges to complete database services, training
         and techriical suppbrt, e-mail arid electronic conferences
         pertaining  to  issues  such as  health,  activism,  and
         environmental justice.  For more information contact
         RTK-Net, 1742, Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC
         20009-li'46""or""phbne 2'02^797-72bd." Vbu can 'register oh-''
         line by modem at 202-234-8570, parameters 8,n,l, and log
,;;;,	,;;,;;::,  -jn^Oublic''.^	

              Toxics Release Inventory — CD-ROM
              	il i  ,, '  I Jill I!1,  Iiiiii  i  'i  '    I                 i
           ,e'rg|, CD-ROM	contains the Complete Toxic Release
         Inventory since  1987, as well  as Chemical Factsheets
         contafning health arid environmental effects information
         for TRI chemicals.  User-friendly software provides the
         capability to search data by facility, location, chemical,
         SIC code, and many other access points. Other features
         allow flexibility in printing standard and custom reports,
         data downloading, and calculating releases for search
         sets (for example, calculate average air releases for all
         pulp  and  paper  manufacturers).   To  make  TRI
         in|prrnatipn vyidely available for public use, the TRI CD-
        |;"RpM	is i distributed	free "of J charge" 'to	non-profit
         organizations, citizen groups, educators and government
        Agencies" ^Qug^ |gcgpf  The same CD "is available" for
         purchase From'GPO~ arid NTIS. You may order the TRI
         CD-ROM  from   EPA's   web  page   at
         http://wwwepa.gov/tri  or contact one of the agencies
         listed below:
                                                               C-PO:
                                                               U.S. Government Printing Office
                                                               Superintendent of Documents
                                                               P.O. Box 371954
Him Ml1"!1 if.:Mill
                   sryice Center for Environmental Publications
 il i	>! L:iiiP.O. Box 42419
\lt!'",!;'!",'JIlllcincirlhaii/'QH^iSLiJl"11'1'
                    490-9198
                                                               Phone: (202) 512-1800

                                                               "NTIS: ..................................................
                                                               National Technical Information Service (NTIS)
                                                               U.S. Department of Commerce
                                                               5285 Port RoyaFRbad
                                                               Springfield, VA 22161
                                                               Phone: (800) 553-6847

                                                               Q    Toxic Release Inventory (by State) — Diskettes

                                                               Diskettes containing frequently used data elements from
                                                               TRI  are   available  dBase  and  Lotus  formats.
                                                               Accompanying documentation  describes section 313
                                                               reporting requirements, and instructions for loading into
                                                               dBase and lotus software. Dbase and Lotus software are
                                                               not included.  Diskettes from GPO and NTIS are the
                                                               Mine; ""although the pricing formula  differs  between
                                                               agencies.  Prices and order numbers shown are for the
                                                               1996 disks. Earlier 'years "are' also available.  The 1996
                                                              I ..... ill ii ....... 'I1:1!* ..... HB ....... IS.' ซ' ......... •ป ............. I ......... "/ ........ . ;> 'i ...... '= . . •: .  ••'•Si.. ......... ,.: ..... '• .: ..... -.'ji.::— . '•;
                                                               data can be downloaded for free in dBase format from
                                                               EPA's website athttp:// www.epa.gov/tri ororderedon
                                                               disk from:

                                                               GPO: .................................         ............
                                                               U.S. Government Printing Office
                                                               Superintendent of Documents
                                                               P.O. Box 371954
                                                               Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954
                                                               Phone: (202) 512-1800
                                                               Individual state (one  disk per state):  3.50" disk —
                                                               ,$15/disk [[[


                                                               NTIS:       .............. ......
                                                               National Technical Information Service (NTIS)
                                                               U.S. Department of Commerce
                                                               5285 Port Royal Road
                                                               Springfield, VA 22161
                                                               Phone: (800) 553-6847
                                                               Lotus^S clBase^ formate.
                                                               i98'7tฃl992Jpal^ available."'/ ......    /',',,,    '   ' ..... " ...... '"'.'.'.
                                                               Contact NTIS for price quote.
 III. 11 I 'I",,!,,, 'Mil!1 IH?	I
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                                                                                            Appendix H
 Available as an IBM compatible disk from: The National
 Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road,
 Springfield, VA22161, (703) 605-6000, DocumentNumber:
 PB98-500473,  $69.00.

 Q    The  Toxic  Release  Inventory:  Meeting  the
      Challenge (April 1988)

 This 19 minute videotape  explains the toxic  release
 reporting requirements for plant facility managers and
 others. State governments, local Chambers of Commerce,
 labor organizations, public interest groups, universities,
 and others may also find the video program useful and
 informative.

 3/4 inch = $30.75; VHS = $22.00.

 To purchase, write or call:

 Color Film Corporation
 Video Division
 770 Connecticut Avenue
 Norwalk, CT 06854
 (800) 882-1120

 Q    Chemicals in Your  Community, A  Citizen's
      Guide  to  the   Emergency  Planning  and
      Community Right-to-Know Act, September 1988
      (OSWER-88-002)

 This booklet is intended to provide a general overview of
 the EPCRA requirements and benefits for all audiences.
 Part I of the booklet describes the provisions of EPCRA
 and Part  II describes more fully the authorities and
 responsibilities of groups of people affected by the law.
 Available through written request at no charge from:

 Emergency  Planning and Community Right-To-Know
 Information Hotline
 401 M Street, SW (5101)
 Washington, DC 20460
 1 (800) 424-9346

 Q    Chemicals in the Environment

 Issue number 6 of Chemicals in the Environment (CIE),
 published in the Fall of 1997, is devoted entirely to TRI.
 This 22 page publication contains 19 articles ranging from
 the history of TRI to the future of new  TRI products.
 Articles include perspectives from the community, State,
 Federal, and International level.  The  publication also
 provides valuable information on training and contacts
 within the EPA.  CIE is available free over the Internet
 (http://www.epa.gov/opptintr/cie)  or from NCEPI by
 asking for publication EPA749-R-97- 001 b.  To request
 copies, contact:
  National Service Center for Environmental Publications
  P.O. Box 42419
  Cincinnati, OH 45242-2419
  (800) 490-9198

  POLLUTION PREVENTION INFORMATION

  Q    Environ$en$e

  An  up-to-date source  of  information on  pollution
  prevention is 'the Enviro$en$e System, a computerized
  information network. Enviro$en$e includes a directory
  of  representatives   from  Federal,  State,  and  local
  governments;  current news on pollution prevention
  activities; program summaries for government agencies,
  public and industry; a data base of industry case studies;
  a  calendar  of conferences,  training  seminars,  and
  workshops; and specialized  bulletin boards dedicated to
  various  topics.  Enviro$en$e can be accessed in two
  ways:

  1) Bulletin board-modem:
  (703) 908-2092, Parameters:  8,nl settings: ansi or v+100
  user support: (703) 908-2007.

  2) World Wide Web-internet:
  http://www.epa.gov/envirosense under heading "EPA
  P2 and other initiatives"

  Q   The   Pollution   Prevention   Information
      Clearinghouse (PPIC)

  PPIC was established as part of EPA's response to the
  Pollution Prevention Act  of  1990, which directed
  theAgency to compile information, including a database,
  on management, technical, and operational approaches
  to source reduction.  PPIC provides information to the
  public and industries involved in conservation of natural
  resources and in reduction or elimination of pollutants in
  facilities, workplaces, and communities.

  To request EPA information on pollution prevention or
  obtain  factsheets on pollution prevention from various
  state programs call  the PPIC reference and  referral
  service at (202) 260-1023, or fax a request to (202) 260-
  0178, or write to:

      PPIC
      Mail Code 3404
      401 M St., SW
      Washington, DC 20460
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