Office of Pollution     EPA 700/K-94-001
Prevention and Toxics   April 1994
  he Emergency
Planning and
Community
Right-to-Know Act

Section 313
Release
Reporting
Requirements
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           THE EMERGENCY
    PLANNING  AND COMMUNITY
            RIGHT-TO-KNOW
                    ACT


    CPA has prepared this brochure to alert busi-
nesses to their reporting obligations under Section
313 of the Emergency Planning and Community
Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA),* and to help you deter-
mine whether your facility is covered under the law.
If you are covered, this brochure will also help you
prepare to meet your reporting obligations.  If you
are uncertain whether you are covered, it will tell
you how to get assistance.

    This brochure deals with reporting require-
ments of only one section of the Emergency Plan-
ning and Community Right-to-Know Act: Section
313, which  pertains to release reporting. Other
EPCRA planning and reporting requirements may
also affect your business.  The nearest EPA  re-
gional office can  provide complete details, but the
other basic requirements of EPCRA are as follows:

    Facility  owners/operators that have on their pre-
    mises chemicals designated under EPCRA as "ex-
    tremely hazardous substances" must  cooperate
    with state and local planning officials in preparing
    comprehensive emergency plans (Sections 302 and
    303);
    Facility owners/operators must  report accidental
    releases to "extremely hazardous substances" and
    CERCLA "hazardous substances" to state and lo-
    cal response officials (Section 304); and
* The Act is also known as Title III of SARA (the Superfund Amend-
ments and Reauthorization Act of 1986).

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   Facility owners/operators must make Material
   Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) available to local and
   state officials and  must also  report, to  local and
   state officials, inventories (including locations) of
   chemicals on their  premises for which MSDSs ex-
   ist (Sections 311 and 312).
    For more information on the Emergency Plan-
ning and Community Right-to-Know Act, ask your
regional EPA office for the EPCRA Fact Sheet; or
call the Emergency Planning and Community Right-
to-Know Information Hotline (800) 535-0202 or (703)
412-9877.
             REPORT TOXIC
        CHEMICAL RELEASES


    Under Section 313 of the Emergency Planning
and Community Right-to-Know Act, certain busi-
nesses are required to submit reports each year on
the amounts of toxic chemicals their facilities re-
lease into the environment,  either routinely or as a
result of accidents.  The purpose of this reporting
requirement is to inform government officials and
the public about releases of toxic chemicals into the
environment. Section 313 requires facilities to
report releases to air, water, and land. The reports
must be sent to the United States Environmental
Protection  Agency (EPA) and to designated state
agencies.  Reports are due  by July 1 each year.
Those who fail to report  as required are subject to
civil penalties of up to $25,000 a day.

   The final Toxic Chemical Release Inventory rule
under Section 313 was published in the Federal
Register on February 16, 1988.

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          WHO MUST REPORT


    f\ plant, factory, or other facility is subject to
the provisions of Section 313 if it meets all three of
the following criteria:
    It conducts manufacturing operations (is included
    in Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes 20
    through 39, listed on page 9); and
    It has 10 or more full-time employees (or the equiva-
    lent 20,000 hours per year); and
    It manufactures, imports, processes, or otherwise
    uses any of the toxic chemicals listed on pages 15-
    26 in amounts greater than the "threshold" quanti-
    ties specified below.  At present, 348  individual
    chemicals and 22 categories of chemicals are cov-
    ered.  The list may be changed in future years.
               THRESHOLDS

     \ hresholds are specified amounts of toxic
chemicals used during the calendar year that trig-
ger reporting requirements.

    If you manufacture or import any of the listed
toxic chemicals, the threshold quantity will be:
       25,000 pounds per toxic chemical or cat-
        egory over the calendar year.
    If you process any of the listed toxic chemicals,
the threshold quantity will be:
       25,000 pounds per toxic chemical or cat-
        egory over the calendar year.
    If you otherwise use any of the listed toxic
chemicals (without incorporating it into any product
or producing it at the  facility), the threshold quantity
is:
       10,000 pounds per toxic chemical or cat-
        egory over the calendar year.

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    What is meant by the terms "manufacture,"
"process," or "otherwise use"?

    U   Manufacture  means to produce, prepare,  im-
        port, or compound one of the toxic chemicals on
        the list.  For example, if you make a dye for cloth-
        ing by taking raw materials and reacting them, you
        are manufacturing the dye.  You  would also be
        covered if you were a textile manufacturer who
        imported a dye on the list for purposes of apply-
        ing it to fabric produced at your plant.

    H   Process- in general, is the incorporation of a toxic
        chemical into a product and includes making mix-
        tures, repackaging, or using a chemical as a feed-
        stock, raw material,  or starting material for mak-
        ing another chemical.

    Examples of processing include:

        Q  Adding a solvent as a diluent when  making a
             paint, coating, or other mixture;

        Q   Using a chemical as reactant in the manu-
             facture of a pesticide (e.g., using chemical A
             to make chemical B).

    H   Otherwise Use  applies to any  use  of a toxic
        chemical at a covered facility that is not covered
        by the terms "manufacture" or "process" and in-
        cludes use of a toxic chemical contained in a mix-
        ture or trade name product. A toxic chemical that
        is otherwise used by a facility is not intentionally
        incorporated into a product distributed in com-
        merce.

    Examples include:

        a  Using a metal cutting  fluid that  contains
             diethanolamine;

        a  Using a  heat  transfer fluid containing
             biphenyl;

        a  Using trichloroethylene to degrease tools;

        a  Using chlorine in waste water treatment;
        j  Using Freon 113 as a refrigerant to cool pro-
            cess streams.

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    Section 313 defines a "facility" 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. Warehouses on the same site
as covered facilities are covered at the threshold
levels given above.  Stand-alone warehouses that
do not support a manufacturing operation are not
currently covered.

    The reporting thresholds apply to toxic chemi-
cals known by the owner or operator to be used in
amounts above the thresholds. Section  313 re-
quires suppliers of mixtures and trade name prod-
ucts to notify customers of the presence of Section
313 listed toxic chemicals in their products above
certain de minimis concentrations (these cutoffs are
discussed under "Exemptions").  This supplier
notification requirement has been in effect since
January 1, 1989.
               EXEMPTIONS

    Under certain circumstances, some or all of
the reporting requirements under Section 313 may
not apply to a facility.  The following are the major
exemptions:

   + De minimis concentrations of a toxic chemical in cer-
   tain mixtures.  In determining whether the amount of a
   toxic chemical used at your facility exceeds the report-
   ing threshold listed on page 3, you  are  not required to
   count the amount of chemical present in a mixture if

    its concentration is less than 1 percent of the mix-
    ture,  or
                       
    its concentration is less than 0.1 percent of the mix-
    ture when the chemical is defined by  the Occupa-
    tional Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as
    carcinogenic; the chemical list beginning on page
    15 identifies these chemicals.

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 Articles.  In considering whether a reporting thresh-
old  has been exceeded, you are not required to  count
toxic chemicals present in articles processed or used at
your facility.  An "article" is a manufactured item:  (1)
which is formed to a specific shape or design during
manufacture; (2) which has end use functions depen-
dent in whole or in part upon its shape or design during
end use; and (3) which does not release a toxic chemi-
cal under normal conditions of processing or use of that
item at the facility or establishments.

> Specified Uses.  In considering whether a  reporting
threshold has been exceeded, you  are not required to
count toxic chemicals  that are used at your facility for
any of the following  purposes:

  As a structural component  of the facility;
  in routine janitorial or facility grounds maintenance;
  In foods, drugs,  cosmetics, or other items for per-
  sonal use, including supplies of such items (for ex-
  ample, in a facility-operated cafeteria);
  In  motor vehicle maintenance (including  motor
  fuel); or
  In process water and non-contact cooling water as
  drawn from the environment or from municipal
  sources, or in air used either as compressed air or
  as part of combustion.

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+ Laboratory Activities.  In considering whether a re-
porting threshold has  been exceeded, you are not re-
quired to count toxic chemicals that are manufactured,
processed, or otherwise used for research or quality con-
trol in a laboratory at a covered facility under the super-
vision of a  technically  qualified individual.  This exemp-
tion does not apply to production,  processing, or the
use of toxic chemicals  in pilot plant scale operations and
laboratories for distribution in commerce.

+ Owners  of Leased Property.  The owner of a covered
facility is not subject to reporting under Section 313 if the
owner's only  interest  in the facility is ownership of the real
estate upon which the  facility is operated.  However, the
operator of the facility must report if the criteria are met.

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           HOW TO REPORT
   The owner or operator of a covered facility
must report annually.  Reports must be submitted
on or before July 1 and cover activities that oc-
curred at the facility during the previous calendar
year.

   EPA will provide a reporting form (EPA Form R)
with instructions and technical guidance on how to
calculate toxic chemical releases or emissions from
your facility.  For information on how to obtain the
reporting form and instructions, contact the Emer-
gency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
Information Hotline. For other technical guidance,
write a letter or check the boxes for those publica-
tions on the back cover, detach the cover, and mail
it to:  Emergency Planning and Community Right-
to-Know Document Distribution Center, Attn:
NCEPI, 11029 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH
45242; or any of the EPA regional offices listed on
pages 13-14.

   You are not required to measure or monitor
releases for purposes of Section 313 reporting. You
may use readily available data to report the quanti-
ties of chemicals that you use and the amounts
released into the environment.  If you have no data
available, the law permits you to report reasonable
estimates. EPA's technical guidance on calculating
releases can help you in making estimates.

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       STANDARD INDUSTRIAL
  CLASSIFICATION  (SIC) GROUPS
     SUBJECT TO SECTION 313


    SIC    INDUSTRY GROUP

    20      Food
    21      Tobacco
    22      Textiles
    23      Apparel
    24      Lumber and Wood
    25      Furniture
    26      Paper
    27      Printing and Publishing
    28      Chemicals
    29      Petroleum and Coal
    30      Rubber and Plastics
    31      Leather
    32      Stone, Clay, and Glass
    33      Primary Metals
    34      Fabricated  Metals
    35      Machinery  (excluding electrical)
    36      Electrical and  Electronic Equipment
    37      Transportation Equipment
    38      Instruments
    39      Miscellaneous Manufacturing
If you do not know your SIC code, check with your finan-
cial office, trade association, or legal counsel, or contact
your local Chamber of Commerce or State Department
of Labor.

For more information on SIC codes, please consult
"Standard Industrial Classification Manual 1987,"  avail-
able in most libraries or for purchase from:

National Technical Information Service
5285 Port Royal Road
Springfield, VA 22161
Phone:  (703) 487-4650
Document Number:  PB 87-100012
$30.00

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      WHAT YOU MUST REPORT
    You must report on EPA Form R the following
information for each listed toxic chemical manu-
factured, imported, processed, or otherwise used
at your facility in yearly amounts which exceed the
threshold:

    The name and location of your facility;
                        
    The identity of the listed toxic chemical (unless you
    claim its identity to be a trade secret);
                        
    Whether you manufacture, import, process, or oth-
    erwise use the toxic chemical;
                        
    The maximum quantity of the toxic chemical on-site
    at any time during the year;
                        
    The total quantity of the toxic chemical released
    during the year, including both accidental spills and
    routine emissions - separate estimates must be pro-
    vided for releases to air, water, and land (e.g., deep
    well injection, permitted landfill);
                        
    Off-site locations to which you shipped wastes con-
    taining the toxic chemical and the quantities of that
    toxic chemical sent to those locations for recycling,
    energy recovery, treatment,  or disposal;
                        
    On-site recycling, energy recovery, treatment, or
    disposal  methods used for  wastes containing the
    toxic chemical and estimates of the treatment effi-
    ciency for each toxic chemical;
                        
    Quantities of the toxic chemical recycled, com-
    busted for energy recovery, treated, and  released
    on-site and off-site; and
                        
    Source  reduction activities involving the toxic
    chemical.
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    For purposes of Section 313, a release is
defined as any spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring,
emitting, emptying, discharging, injecting, escap-
ing, leaching, dumping, or disposing into the envi-
ronment (including the abandonment or discarding
of barrels, containers, and other closed recep-
tacles) of any "toxic chemical" (i.e., any of the
chemicals or chemical categories on pages 15-26).
            PUBLIC ACCESS
              TO REPORTS


    The law requires facilities covered by Section
313 to send toxic chemical release reports both to
EPA and to the state in which the facility is located.
At EPA, the Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics
is responsible for receiving and processing the
data.  The agency designated to receive  reports in
your state is listed in the instructions for Form R.

    EPA is required by law to make the data in the
reports available to the public through a computer
database. (You can claim the toxic chemical iden-
tity to be a trade secret, but you must justify the
claim  to EPA.  The final Trade Secret rule was pub-
lished in the Federal Register on July 29, 1988.)
The database is intended to help answer citizens'
questions about toxic chemical releases in their
community. The users of the data are also likely to
include researchers from the government or univer-
sities  conducting environmental analyses.  EPA
expects to use the data in a variety of ways, includ-
ing targeting problem pollution areas and as a
screening tool for developing standards and regula-
tions.

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       WHAT YOU CAN  DO NOW



    You can begin planning now to make compli-
ance with Section 313 as easy and inexpensive as
possible.  The steps are as follows:

   iT]   Check that you have 10 or more full-time employ-
        ees (that is, if the total annual hours worked by all
        employees is  at least 20,000 hours).
   [2]   Check the SIC code list on page 9 to determine
        whether your  facility is covered (i.e., has an SIC
        code  of 20-39).
   [3]   Check the list of toxic chemicals covered by Sec-
        tion 313 (pages 15-26) to see if any are manufac-
        tured, imported, processed, or otherwise used by
        your facility. Your chemical supplier is required to
        inform you if any of the Section 313  toxic chemi-
        cals are contained in mixtures sold to you.  Also,
        the document "Common  Synonyms for Section
        313 Chemicals" can assist you  in identifying
        toxic  chemicals.
   0   Determine  whether you handle any  toxic chemi-
        cal on the list in an amount greater than the thresh-
        olds on page 3.
   [s]   If you meet the criteria,  request copies of the re-
        porting form,  instructions,  and  any of the appro-
        priate guidance documents listed on page 28.
   [e]   Begin to develop the appropriate  information to
        report your releases and  your source  reduction
        and recycling activities.
   \T\   Maintain a recordkeeping system that will help you
        estimate releases for future years.

    You should designate someone at your facility
to be responsible for reporting under Section 313.
That person should obtain reporting forms and
instructions and should be aware of the reporting
deadline: July 1 of each year.

    For information on how to obtain the  reporting
form and instructions, contact the Emergency Plan-
ning and Community Right-to-Know Information
Hotline.  Additional guidance documents can be
obtained by mailing  the order form on the inside
back cover or by calling one of  the EPA regional
offices listed  on pages  13-14.
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                SECTION 313
               EPA REGIONAL
                  CONTACTS
    Region 1
Pesticides and Toxic Substances Branch
USEPA Region 1  (ATR)
JFK Federal Building
Boston, MA 02203
(617) 565-3230
Fax:  (617) 565-4939
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode
Island, Vermont

    Region 2
Pesticides and Toxic Substances Branch
USEPA Region 2 (MS105)
2890 Woodbridge Avenue
Building 10
Edison, NJ 08837-3679
(908) 906-6890
Fax:  (908) 321-6788
New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

    Region 3
Toxics and Pesticides Branch
USEPA Region 3 (3AT31)
841 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 597-3659
Fax:  (215) 597-3156
Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia,
District of Columbia

    Region 4
Pesticides and Toxic Substances Branch
USEPA Region 4
345 Courtland Street,  NE
Atlanta, GA 30365
(404)347-1033
Fax:  (404) 347-1681
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee

    Region 5
Pesticides and Toxic Substances Branch
USEPA Region 5 (SP-14J)
77 West Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 353-5907
Fax:  (312) 353-4342
Illinois,  Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin
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                SECTION  313
              EPA REGIONAL
                 CONTACTS
    Region 6
Pesticides and Toxics Branch
USEPA Region 6 (6TPT)
1445 Ross Avenue, Suite 1200
Dallas, TX 75202-2733
(214) 655-8013
Fax:  (214) 655-2164
Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas

    Region 7
Toxics and Pesticides Branch
USEPA Region 7 (TOPE)
726 Minnesota Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66101
(913) 551-7020
Fax:  (913) 551-7065
Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska

    Region 8
Toxic Substances Branch
USEPA Region 8 (8ART-TS)
999 18th Street, Suite 500
Denver, CO  80202-2405
(303) 293-1735
Fax:  (303) 293-1229
Colorado, Montana,  North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah,
Wyoming

    Region 9
Pesticides and Toxics Branch
USEPA Region 9 (A-4-3)
75 Hawthorne Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415)744-1116
Fax:  (415) 744-1073
Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, American Samoa, Guam,
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

    Region 10
Pesticides and Toxic Substances Branch
USEPA Region 10 (AT083)
1200 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA  98101
(206) 553-4016
Fax:  (206) 553-8338
Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
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ALPHABETICAL  LIST OF SECTION
             313 CHEMICALS*
CAS
Number
Chemical Name
   De Minimis
Concentration
     (Percent)
     75-07-0 Acetaldehyde 	0.1
     60-35-5 Acetamide	 0.1
     67-64-1  Acetone	 1.0
     75-05-8 Acetonitrile	 1.0
    *98-86-2 Acetophenone	1.0
     53-96-3 2-Acetylaminofluorene	 0.1
    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
    309-00-2 Aldrin [1,4:5,8-Dimethanonaphthalene,   1,0
             I^.SAIO.IO-hexachloro-IAAa.S.S.Sa-
             hexahydro-(1 .alpha. ,4.alpha.,4a.beta.,
             5.alpha.,8.alpha.,8a.beta.)-]
    107-18-6 Allyl alcohol 	 1.0
    107-05-1  Allyl chloride	 1.0
   7429-90-5 Aluminum (fume or dust) 	 1.0
   1344-28-1  Aluminum oxide (fibrous form) 	 1.0
    117-79-3 2-Aminoanthraquinone	0.1
     60-09-3 4-Aminoazobenzene	 0.1
     92-67-1  4-Aminobiphenyl	 0.1
     82-28-0 1-Amino-2-methylanthraquinone	 0.1
    *61-82-5 Amitrole	0.1
   7664-41-7 Ammonia	 1.0
   6484-52-2 Ammonium nitrate  (solution) 	 1.0
   7783-20-2 Ammonium sulfate (solution)	 1.0
     62-53-3 Aniline 	 1.0
     90:04-0 o-Anisidine	 0.1
    104-94-9 p-Anisidine	 1.0
    134-29-2 o-Anisidine hydrochloride	0.1
    120-12-7 Anthracene	 1.0
   7440-36-0 Antimony	 1.0
   7440-38-2 Arsenic	 0.1
   1332-21-4 Asbestos (friable)	 0.1
   7440-39-3 Barium	 1.0
     98-87-3 Benzal chloride 	 1.0
     55-21-0 Benzamide	 1.0
* Those chemicals printed in boldface type and marked with an
asterisk have been added to the Section 313 list effective January 1,
1994.  These chemicals will be subject to reporting for the 1994
reporting year with the first report due July 1, 1995
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CAS
Number
Chemical Name
                       De Minimis
                    Concentration
                         (Percent)
     71-43-2
     92-87-5
     98-07-7
     98-88-4
     94-36-0
    100-44-7
   7440-41-7
     92-52-4

    111-44-4
    542-88-1
    108-60-1
    103-23-1
    353-59-3

     75-25-2
     74-83-9
     75-63-8
    106-99-0
    141-32-2
     71-36-3
     78-92-2
     75-65-0
     85-68-7
    106-88-7
    123-72-8
   4680-78-8
    569-64-2
    989-38-8
   1937-37-7
   2602-46-2
  16071-86-6
   2832-40-8
   3761-53-3
     81-88-9
   3118-97-6
     97-56-3
    842-07-9
    492-80-8
    128-66-5
   7440-43-9
    1 56-62-7
    1 33-06-2
 Benzene	 0.1
 Benzidine	  0.1
 Benzoic trichloride  (Benzotrichloride)   0 1
 Benzoyl chloride 	   1.0
 Benzoyl peroxide   	  1.0
 Benzyl  chloride	 1.0
 Beryllium 	  0 1
 Bipheny!	  1  0
 Bis(2-chloroethoxy)  methane	1.0
 Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether	 1  0
 Bis(chloromethyl) ether	 0.1
 Bis(2-chloro-1-methylethyl) ether	 1.0
 Bis(2-ethylhexyl) adipate	 1.0
 Bromochlorodifluoromethane 	 1.0
 (Halon  1211)
 Bromoform (Tribromomethane) 	 1.0
 Bromomethane (Methyl bromide)	 1.0
 Bromotrifluoromethane  (Halone  1301)  1.0
 1,3-Butadiene	 0.1
 Butyl acrylate	 1.0
 n-Butyl alcohol	 1.0
 sec-Butyl alcohol 	 1.0
 tert-Butyl  alcohol	 1.0
 Butyl benzyl phthalate	 1.0
 1,2-Butylene oxide	 1.0
 Butyraldehyde	 1.0
    Acid Green 3	 1.0
     Basic Green 4	
     Basic Red 1 	
     Direct Black 38	
     Direct Blue 6	
     Direct Brown 95	
     Disperse Yellow 3	
     Food Red 5 	
                                1.0
                                1.0
                                0.1
                                0.1
                                0.1
                                1.0
                                0.1
Food Red 15	 1.0
                                1.0
                                1.0
                                1.0
                                0.1
                                1.0
                                0.1
                                1.0
                                1.0
     Solvent Orange 7	
     Solvent Yellow 3	
     Solvent Yellow 14	
     Solvent Yellow 34 (Auramine)	
     Vat Yellow 4	
 Cadmium	
 Calcium cyanamide	
 Captan [1 H-lsoindole-1,3(2H)-dione,..
 3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro-2-
 [(trichloromethyl)thio]-]

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CAS
Number
Chemical Name
   De Minimis
Concentration
     (Percent)
     63-25-2   Carbaryl  [1-Naphthalenol	 1.0
              methylcarbamate]
     75-15-0   Carbon disulfide	 1.0
     56-23-5   Carbon tetrachloride	 0.1
    463-58-1   Carbonyl sulfide	 1.0
    120-80-9   Catechol	 1.0
    133-90-4   Chloramben [Benzole  acid	 1.0
              3-amino-2,5-dichloro-]
     57-74-9   Chlordane  [4,7-Methanoindan	 1.0
              1,2,4,5,6,7,8,8-octachloro-
              2,3,3a,4,7.7a-hexahydro-]
  7782-50-5   Chlorine	 1.0
  10049-04-4   Chlorine  dioxide	 1.0
     79-11-8   Chloroacetic acid	 1.0
    532-27-4   2-Chloroacetophenone	 1.0
    108-90-7   Chlorobenzene	 1.0
    510-15-6   Chlorobenzilate [Benzeneacetic acid, 1.0
              4-chloro-.alpha.- (4-chlorophenyl)-
              .alpha.-hydroxy-,ethyl  ester]
    *75-68-3   1 -Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane	1.0
              (HCFC-142b)
    *75-45-6   Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22) .. 1.0
     75-00-3   Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride)	 1.0
     67-66-3   Chloroform	 0.1
     74-87-3   Chloromethane (Methyl chloride)	 1.0
    107-30-2   Chloromethyl methyl ether	0.1
    126-99-8   Chloroprene 	 1.0
*63938-10-3  Chlorotetrafluoroethane	1.0
  *354-25-6   1-Chloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane ..1.0
              (HCFC-124a)
 *2837-89-0   2-Chloro-1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane .. 1.0
              (HCFC-124)
  1897-45-6   Chlorothalonil [1,3- 	 1.0
              Benzenedicarbonitrile,2,4,5,6-
              tetrachloro-]
  7440-47-3   Chromium	 0.1
  7440-48-4   Cobalt	 1.0
  7440-50-8   Copper	 1.0
  8001-58-9   Creosote	 0.1
    120-71-8   p-Cresidine	 0.1
  1319-77-3   Cresol (mixed isomers)	 1.0
    108-39-4   m-Cresol 	 1.0
     95-48-7   o-Cresol  	 1.0
    106-44-5   p-Cresol  	 1.0
     98-82-8   Cumene  	 1.0
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CAS
Number
Chemical Name
   De  Minimis
Concentration
     (Percent)
     80-15-9  Cumene hydroperoxide	  1.0
    135-20-6  Cupferron  [Benzeneamine	  0.1
              N-hydroxy-N-nitroso,
              ammonium salt]
    110-82-7  Cyclohexane	  1.0
     94-75-7  2,4-D [Acetic acid	  1.0
              (2,4-dichloro-phenoxy)-]
   1163-19-5  Decabromodiphenyl oxide	  1.0
   2303-16-4  Diallate [Carbamothioic acid,bis	  1.0
              (1-methylethyl)-,S-(2,3-dichloro-
              2-propenyl) ester]
    615-05-4  2,4-Diaminoanisole	  0.1
  39156-41-7  2,4-Diaminoanisole sulfate	  0.1
    101-80-4  4,4'-Diaminodiphenyl  ether	0.1
  25376-45-8  Diaminotoluene (mixed isomers)	  0.1
     95-80-7  2,4-Diaminotoluene	0.1
    334-88-3  Diazomethane	  1.0
    132-64-9  Dibenzofuran	  1.0
     96-12-8  1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane (DBCP)  0.1
    106-93-4  1,2-Dibromoethane	  0.1
              (Ethylene dibromide)
    124-73-2  Dibromotetrafluoroethane	  1.0
              (Halon 2402)
     84-74-2  Dibutyl phthalate	  1.0
   *764-41-0  1,4-Dichloro-2-butene	1.0
  25321-22-6  Dichlorobenzene (mixed isomers) 	  0.1
     95-50-1  1,2-Dichlorobenzene	  1.0
    541-73-1  1,3-Dichlorobenzene	  1.0
    106-46-7  1,4-Dichlorobenzene	  0.1
     91-94-1  3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine	  0.1
     75-27-4  Dichlorobromomethane	  1.0
  *1717-00-6  1,1-Dichloro-1-fluoroethane	1.0
              (HCFC-141b)
     75-71-8  Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12)	  1.0
    107-06-2  1,2-Dichloroethane	  0.1
              (Ethylene dichloride)
    540-59-0  1,2-Dichloroethylene	  1.0
     75-09-2  Dichloromethane  (Methylene chloride)  0.1
    120-83-2  2,4-Dichlorophenol	  1.0
     78-87-5  1,2-Dichloropropane	  1.0
     78-88-6  2,3-Dichloropropene	  1.0
    542-75-6  1,3-Dichloropropylene	0.1
     76-14-2  Dichlorotetrafluoroethane (CFC-114) ..  1.0
 *34077-87-7  Dichlorotrifluoroethane	1.0
 *90454-18-5  Dichloro-1,1,2-trifluoroethane	1.0
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CAS                                      De Minimis
Number     Chemical Name          Concentration
                                           (Percent)

   *812-04-4  1,1 -Dichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane	1.0
              (HCFC-123b)
   *354-23-4  1,2-Dichloro-1,1,2-trifluoroethane	1.0
              (HCFC-123a)
   *306-83-2  2,2-Dichloro-1,1,1-trifluoroethane	1.0
              (HCFC-123)
      62-73-7  Dichlorvos  [Phosphoric acid	 1.0
              2,2-dichloroethenyl dimethyl ester]
    115-32-2  Dicofol [Benzenemethanol	 1.0
              4-chloro-.aipha.-(4-chlorophenyl)-
              .alpha.-(trichloromethyl)-]
   1464-53-5  Diepoxybutane	 0.1
    111-42-2  Diethanolamine	 1.0
    117-81-7  Di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) 	 0.1
      84-66-2  Diethyl phthalate	 1.0
      64-67-5  Diethyl sulfate	0.1
    *94-58-6  Dihydrosafrole	0.1
    119-90-4  3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine	 0.1
      60-11-7  4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene	 0.1
    119-93-7  3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine (o-Tolidine) 	0.1
      79-44-7  Dimethylcarbamyl  chloride	0.1
      57-14-7  1,1-Dimethyl  hydrazine	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
    534-52-1  4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol 	 1.0
      51-28-5  2,4-Dinitrophenol 	 1.0
    121-14-2  2,4-Dinitrotoluene	 1.0
    606-20-2  2,6-Dinitrotoluene	 1.0
  25321-14-6  Dinitrotoluene (mixed isomers)	 1.0
    123-91-1  1,4-Dioxane	 0.1
    122-66-7  1,2-Diphenylhydrazine	 0.1
              (Hydrazobenzene)
    106-89-8  Epichlorohydrin	 0.1
    110-80-5  2-Ethoxyethanol	 1.0
    140-88-5  Ethyl acrylate	0.1
    100-41-4  Ethylbenzene	 1.0
    541-41-3  Ethyl chloroformate 	 1.0
      74-85-1  Ethylene	 1.0
    107-21-1  Ethylene glycol	 1.0
    151-56-4  Ethyleneimine  (Aziridine)	0.1
      75-21-8  Ethylene oxide	0.1

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CAS
Number
Chemical  Name
   De Minimis
Concentration
     (Percent)
     96-45-7  Ethylene thiourea	 0-1
    *75-34-3  Ethylidene dichloride	1.0
   2164-17-2  Fluometuron  [Urea, N.N-dimethyl-N1-.. 1.0
              [3-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-]
     50-00-0  Formaldehyde	 0.1
    *64-18-6  Formic acid	1.0
     76-13-1  Freon  113 [Ethane, 1,1,2-trichloro- 	 1.0
              1,2,2-trifluoro-j
     76-44-8  Heptachlor [1,4,5,6,7,8,8-	 1.0
              Heptachloro-3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro-4,
              7-methano-1 H-indene]
    118-74-1  Hexachlorobenzene 	 0.1
     87-68-3  Hexachloro-1,3-butadiene 	 1.0
     77-47-4  Hexachlorocyclopentadiene	 1.0
     67-72-1  Hexachloroethane	 1.0
   1335-87-1  Hexachloronaphthalene	 1.0
    *70-30-4  Hexachlorophene	1.0
    680-31-9  Hexamethylphosphoramide 	 0.1
    302-01-2  Hydrazine	 0.1
  10034-93-2  Hydrazine sulfate	 0.1
   7647-01-0  Hydrochloric acid	 1.0
     74-90-8  Hydrogen cyanide 	 1.0
   7664-39-3  Hydrogen fluoride	 1.0
  *7783-06-4  Hydrogen sulfide	1.0
    123-31-9  Hydroquinone 	 1.0
     78-84-2  Isobutyraldehyde	 1.0
     67-63-0  Isopropyl alcohol 	 0.1
              (manufacturing-strong acid process,
              no supplier notification)
     80-05-7  4,4'-lsopropylidenediphenol 	 1.0
    120-58-1  Isosafrole	 1.0
   7439-92-1  Lead 	 0 1
     58-89-9  Lindane [Cyclohexane	 0.1
              1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachloro-,(1 .alpha.,
              2.alpha.,  3.beta., 4.alpha., 5.alpha.,
              6.beta.)-]
    108-31-6  Maleic anhydride 	 1.0
   *109-77-3  Malononitrile	1.0
  12427-38-2  Maneb [Carbamodithioic acid	 1.0
              1,2-ethanediylbis-, manganese complex]
   7439-96-5  Manganese	 1.0
   7439-97-6  Mercury	 1.0
   *126-98-7  Methacrylonitrile	1.0
     67-56-1  Methanol	 1.0
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CAS
Number
Chemical Name
   De  Minimis
Concentration
     (Percent)
     72-43-5  Methoxychlor [Benzene, 1,1'- 	 1.0
              (2,2,2-trichloroethylidene)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'-Methylenebis  (2-chloroaniline) 	 0.1
              (MBOCA)
    101-61-1  4,4'-Methylenebis  (N,N-dimethyl) 	 0.1
              benzenamine
    101-68-8  Methylenebis (phenylisocyanate)  (MBI)1.0
     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
    *74-93-1  Methyl mercaptan	1.0
     80-62-6  Methyl methacrylate	 1.0
   *109-06-8  2-Methylpyridine	1.0
     90-94-8  Michler's ketone	 0.1
   1313-27-5  Molybdenum trioxide	 1.0
     76-15-3  (Mono)chloropentafluoroethane	 1.0
              (CFC-115)
    505-60-2  Mustard  gas [Ethane,  1,1'-thiobis	0.1
              [2-chloro-]]
     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
   7697-37-2  Nitric acid	 1.0
    139-13-9  Nitrilotriacetic acid	0.1
     99-59-2  5-Nitro-o-anisidine	 1.0
    *99-55-8  5-Nitro-o-toluidine	1.0
     98-95-3  Nitrobenzene	 1.0
     92-93-3  4-Nitrobiphenyl	 0.1
   1836-75-5  Nitrofen  [Benzene, 2,4-dichloro-1-	 0.1
              (4-nitrophenoxy)-]
     51-75-2  Nitrogen  mustard  [2-Chloro-N-	0.1
              (2-chloroethyl)-N-methylethanamine]
     55-63-0  Nitroglycerin 	 1.0
     88-75-5  2-Nitrophenol	 1.0
    100-02-7  4-Nitrophenol	 1.0
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CAS
Number
Chemical  Name
   De Minimis
Concentration
     (Percent)
     79-46-9 2-Nitropropane	 .1
    156-10-5 p-Nitrosodiphenylamine	 1-0
    121-69-7 N,N-Dimethylaniline	 1-0
    924-16-3 N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine	 0.1
     55-18-5 N-Nitrosodiethylamine	 0.1
     62-75-9 N-Nitrosodimethylamine	 0.1
     86-30-6 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 	 1.0
    621-64-7 N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine	0.1
   4549-40-0 N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine	 0.1
     59-89-2 N-Nitrosomorpholine	 0.1
    759-73-9 N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea	 0.1
    684-93-5 N-Nitroso-N-methylurea	 0.1
  16543-55-8 N-Nitrosonornicotine	 0.1
    100-75-4 N-Nitrosopiperidine	 0.1
   2234-13-1 Octachloronaphthalene	 1.0
  20816-12-0 Osmium tetroxide	 1.0
   *123-63-7 Paraldehyde	1.0
     56-38-2 Parathion [Phosphorothioic acid	 1.0
             O,O-diethyl-O-(4-nitrophenyl) ester]
    *76-01-7 Pentachloroethane	1.0
     87-86-5  Pentachlorophenol (PCP) 	 1.0
     79-21-0  Peracetic acid	 1.0
    108-95-2  Phenol	 1.0
    106-50-3  p-Phenylenediamine	 1.0
     90-43-7 2-Phenylphenol	 1.0
     75-44-5  Phosgene 	 1.0
   7664-38-2  Phosphoric acid	 1.0
   7723-14-0  Phosphorus (yellow or white)	 1.0
     85-44-9  Phthalic anhydride	  1.0
     88-89-1  Picric acid	  1.0
   1336-36-3  Polychlorinated biphenyls  (PCBs)	0.1
 *23950-58-5  Pronamide	1.0
   1120-71-4  Propane sultone	 0.1
     57-57-8  beta-Propiolactone	 0.1
     123-38-6  Propionaldehyde 	 1.0
     114-26-1  Propoxur [Phenol, 2- 	 1.0
              (1-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 [Pentachloronitrobenzene] 1.0
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CAS
Number
Chemical Name
   De  Minimis
Concentration
     (Percent)
     81-07-2  Saccharin (manufacturing	0.1
              no supplier notification)
              [1,2-Benzisothiazol-3(2H)-one,
              1,1-dioxide]
     94-59-7  Safrole	 0.1
   7782-49-2  Selenium	 1.0
   7440-22-4  Silver	 1.0
    100-42-5  Styrene	  0.1
     96-09-3  Styrene oxide 	0.1
   7664-93-9  Sulfuric acid	 1.0
   *630-20-6  1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane	1.0
     79-34-5  1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane	 1.0
    127-18-4  Tetrachloroethylene	0.1
              (Perchloroethylene)
    961-11-5  Tetrachlorvinphos [Phosphoric acid,.... 1.0
              2-chloro-1-(2,4,5-trichlorophenyl)
              ethenyl  dimethyl ester]
   7440-28-0  Thallium 	 1.0
     62-55-5  Thioacetamide	 0.1
    139-65-1  4,4'-Thiodianiline  	0.1
     62-56-6  Thiourea	 0.1
   1314-20-1  Thorium dioxide	 1.0
   *137-26-8  Thiram	1.0
   7550-45-0  Titanium tetrachloride	 1.0
    108-88-3  Toluene	 1.0
    584-84-9  Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate	 0.1
     91-08-7  Toluene-2,6-diisocyanate	 0.1
  26471-62-5  Toluenediisocyanate (mixed isomers).. 0.1
     95-53-4  o-Toluidine	0.1
    636-21-5  o-Toluidine hydrochloride	 0.1
   8001-35-2  Toxaphene	 0.1
     68-76-8  Triaziquone  [2,5-Cyclohexadiene-....,... 1.0
              1,4-dione, 2,3,5-tris(1 -aziridinyl)-]
     52-68-6  Trichlorfon [Phosphoric acid	 1.0
              (2,2,2-trichloro-1-hydroxyethyl)-,
              dimethyl ester]
    120-82-1  1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene	 1.0
     71-55-6  1,1,1-Trichloroethane	 1.0
              (Methyl chloroform)
     79-00-5  1,1,2-Trichloroethane	 1.0
     79-01-6  Trichloroethylene 	 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
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CAS
Number
Chemical Name
   De  Minimis
Concentration
     (Percent)
   1582-09-8 Trifluralin  [Benzeneamine	 1.0
             2l6-dinitro-N,N-dipropyl-4-
             (trifluoromethyl)-l]
     95-63-6 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene	 1.0
    126-72-7 Tris(2,3-dibromopropyl) phosphate	 0.1
    *72-57-1  Trypan blue	0.1
     51-79-6 Urethane  (Ethyl carbamate) 	 0.1
   7440-62-2 Vanadium (fume or dust) 	 1.0
    108-05-4 Vinyl acetate	 1.0
    593-60-2 Vinyl bromide 	 0.1
     75-01-4 Vinyl chloride	 0.1
     75-35-4 Vinylidene chloride 	 1.0
   1330-20-7 Xylene (mixed isomers)	 1.0
    108-38-3 m-Xylene	 1.0
     95-47-6 o-Xylene	 1.0
    106-42-3 p-Xylene	 1.0
     87-62-7 2,6-Xylidine	 1.0
   7440-66-6 Zinc (fume or dust) 	 1.0
  12122-67-7 Zineb [Carbamodithioic acid	 1.0
             1,2-ethanediylbis-, zinc complex]

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               CATEGORIES


    Oection 313 requires reporting on the toxic
chemical categories listed below, in addition to the
specific toxic chemicals listed above.
    The metal compounds 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.
    Toxic chemical categories are subject to the 1
percent de minimis concentration unless the sub-
stance 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 pa-
rentheses.
   Antimony Compounds (1.0)
   Arsenic Compounds (**)
   Barium Compounds1 (1.0)
   Beryllium Compounds (**)
   Cadmium Compounds (**)
   Chlorophenols (0.1)
   Chromium Compounds (Chromium VI com-
   pounds: 0.1;  Chromium III compounds: 1.0)
   Cobalt Compounds (1.0)
   Copper Compounds2 (1,0)
**de minimis 0.1 for inorganic compounds, 1.0 for organic compounds.

'One substance, Barium sulfate, CAS No. 7727-43-7, was deleted from
the Barium Compounds category and is not reportable beginning with
calender year 1993 (Form R reports due July 1, 1994).
'Three substances were deleted from the Copper Compounds cat-
egory and are not reportable beginning with calendar year 1991 (Form
R reports due July 1, 1992). They are: C.I. Pigment Blue 15, CAS No.
147-14-8; C.I  Pigment Green 7, CAS No. 1328-53-6; and C.I. Pigment
Green 36, CAS No. 14302-13-7.
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   Cyanide Compounds   X+CN" where X =  H+ or
   any other group where a formal dissociation may
   occur.  For example, KCN or Ca(CN)2. (1.0)
   *Ethylenebisdithiocarbarmic acid, salts, and es-
   ters (1.0)
   Glycol Ethers  includes mono-  and di-ethers of
   ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol, and triethylene
   glycol. Polymers are excluded from the glycol ether
   category. (1.0)
   Lead Compounds (**)
   Manganese Compounds (1.0)
   Mercury Compounds (1.0)
   Nickel Compounds (0.1)
   Polybrominated Biphenyls  (PBBs) (0.1)
   Selenium Compounds (1.0)
   Silver Compounds (1.0)
   Thallium Compounds (1.0)
   * Warfarin and salts (1.0)
   Zinc Compounds (1.0)
"Those chemical categories printed in boldface type and marked
with an asterisk have been added to the Section 313 list effective
January 1, 1994. These chemical categories will be subject to
reporting for the 1994 reporting year with the first report due July
1, 1995.
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