SEPA
   United States
   Environmental Protection
   Agency
Technical Support Document for the
Preliminary 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan
                                   October 2009
                                 EPA821-R-09-006

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PART I: INTRODUCTION	I

1.     BACKGROUND	1-1
       1.1    EPA's Clean Water Act Program	1-1
       1.2    Background on the Effluent Guidelines Program	1-1
       1.3    What Are Effluent Guidelines and Pretreatment Standards?	1-2
             1.3.1  Best Practicable Control Technology Currently Available (BPT)
                   — CWA Sections 301(b)(l)(A) and 304(b)(l)	1-3
             1.3.2  Best Conventional Pollutant Control Technology (BCT) — CWA
                   Sections 301(b)(2)(E) and 304(b)(4)	1-4
             1.3.3  Best Available Technology Economically Achievable (BAT) —
                   CWA Sections 301(b)(2)(A) and 304(b)(2)	1-4
             1.3.4  New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) — CWA Section 306	1-4
             1.3.5  Pretreatment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES) — CWA
                   Section 307(b)	1-5
             1.3.6  Pretreatment Standards for New Sources (PSNS) — CWA Section
                   307(c)	1-5
       1.4    Success of EPA's Effluent Guidelines Program	1-5
       1.5    What Are EPA's Effluent Guidelines Planning and Review Requirements?	1-5
       1.6    Background References	1-6

2.     PUBLIC COMMENT s ON THE FINAL EFFLUENT GUIDELINES PROGRAM PLAN FOR
      2008	2-1

3.     THE EFFLUENT GUIDELINES PLANNING PROCESS	3-1
      3.1    Goals of the ELG Planning Process	3-1
      3.2    Annual Review of Existing Effluent Guidelines and Pretreatment
             Standards	3-1
             3.2.1  Factors Considered in Review of Existing Effluent Guidelines and
                   Pretreatment Standards	3-1
             3.2.2  Overview: Review of Existing Point Source Categories	3-5
      3.3    Identification of New Categories for Possible Effluent Guidelines
             Development	3-7
             3.3.1  Direct Discharges	3-8
             3.3.2  Indirect Discharges	3-8
      3.4    Stakeholder Involvement and Schedule	3-8
      3.5    The Effluent Guidelines Planning Process References	3-9

4.     METHODOLOGY, DATA SOURCES, AND LIMITATIONS	4-1
      4.1    Data Sources and Limitations	4-1
             4.1.1  SIC Codes	4-2
             4.1.2  NAICS Codes	4-3
             4.1.3  Toxic Weighting Factors	4-4
             4.1.4  Data from TRI	4-5
             4.1.5  Data from PCS and ICIS-NPDES	4-7

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       4.2    Methodology Corrections Affecting Both Screening-Level Review
             Databases	4-10
       4.3    Corrections to the DMRLoads2007 Database	4-10
             4.3.1  DMRLoads2007: Categorization of Discharges	4-10
             4.3.2  DMRLoads2007: Internal Monitoring	4-11
             4.3.3  DMRLoads2007: Intermittent Discharges	4-11
             4.3.4  DMRLoads2007: Excluded Pollutant Parameters	4-11
             4.3.5  DMRLoads2007: Flow Corrections	4-12
             4.3.6  DMRLoads2007: Pollutant Corrections	4-12
             4.3.7  DMRLoads2007: Data Quality Review	4-12
             4.3.8  DMRLoads2007: Facility Reviews	4-15
       4.4    Corrections to the TRIReleases2007 Database	4-16
             4.4.1  TRIReleases2007: Categorization of Discharges	4-16
             4.4.2  TRIReleases2007: Pollutant Corrections	4-23
             4.4.3  TRIReleases2007: Data Quality Review	4-24
             4.4.4  TRIReleases2007: Facility Reviews	4-25
             4.4.5  Trends in TRI Data	4-25
       4.5    TRIReleases2007 Rankings and DMRLoads2007 Rankings	4-27
       4.6    Methodology, Data Sources, and Limitations References	4-27

PART II: RESULTS OF THE 2009 ANNUAL REVIEW OF INDUSTRIAL
       CATEGORIES WITH EXISTING ELGS	II

5.      2009 ANNUAL REVIEW OF EXISTING EFFLUENT LIMITATIONS GUIDELINES AND
       STANDARDS AND RANKING OF POINT SOURCE CATEGORIES	5-1
       5.1    Results of the 2009 Screening-Level Review	5-1
             5.1.1  Categories for Which EPA is Currently Developing or Revising
                   ELGs	5-1
             5.1.2  Categories for Which EPA Recently Promulgated or Revised
                   ELGs	5-2
             5.1.3  Discharges Not Categorizable	5-2
             5.1.4  Categories with One Facility Dominating the TWPE	5-3
             5.1.5  Results of the 2009 Screening-Level Review	5-3
       5.2    Prioritization of Categories for the 2009 Annual Review	5-5
             5.2.1  Detailed Study of Existing ELGs	5-5
             5.2.2  Preliminary Category Reviews	5-11
       5.3    2009 Annual Review References	5-12

6.      FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING (40 CFR PART 418)	6-1
       6.1    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Background	6-1
             6.1.1  Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry Profile	6-1
             6.1.2  40 CFR Part 418	6-2
       6.2    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category 2009 Annual Review	6-3
             6.2.1  Fertilizer Manufacturing 2009  Screening-Level Review	6-3
             6.2.2  Fertilizer Manufacturing Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern	6-4
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       6.3    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Potential New Subcategories	6-6
       6.4    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Issues Identified and Additional
             Review	6-6
       6.5    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category References	6-6

7.      INORGANIC CHEMICALS MANUFACTURING (40 CFR PART 415)	7-1
       7.1    Inorganic Chemicals Category Background	7-1
             7.1.1   Inorganic Chemicals Industry Profile	7-1
             7.1.2   40 CFR Part 415	7-3
       7.2    Inorganic Chemicals Category 2009 Annual Review	7-3
             7.2.1   Inorganic Chemicals 2009 Screening-Level Review	7-3
             7.2.2   Inorganic Chemicals Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern	7-4
       7.3    Inorganic Chemicals Category Potential New Subcategories	7-6
       7.4    Inorganic Chemicals Category Issues Identified and Additional Review	7-6
       7.5    Inorganic Chemicals Category References	7-7

8.      NONFERROUS METALS MANUFACTURING (40 CFR PART 421)	8-1
       8.1    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Background	8-1
             8.1.1   Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Industry Profile	8-1
             8.1.2   40 CFR Part 421	8-2
       8.2    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category 2009 Annual Review	8-2
             8.2.1   Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing 2009 Screening-Level Review	8-3
             8.2.2   Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category 2009 Pollutants of
                    Concern	8-3
       8.3    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Potential New Subcategories	8-5
       8.4    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Issues Identified and
             Additional Review	8-5
       8.5    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category References	8-5

9.      ORE MINING AND DRESSING (40 CFR PART 440)	9-1
       9.1    Ore Mining Category Background	9-1
             9.1.1   Ore Mining  Industry Profile	9-1
             9.1.2   40 CFR Part 440	9-3
       9.2    Ore Mining Category 2009  Annual Review	9-4
             9.2.1   Ore Mining  Category 2009 Screening-Level Review	9-5
             9.2.2   Ore Mining  Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern	9-5
             9.2.3   Ore Mining  Category Data Obtained from Permits, Permit Fact
                    Sheets, and Permit Applications	9-13
       9.3    Ore Mining Category 2009  Preliminary Category Review Summary of
             Findings	9-14
             9.3.1   Discharges Exempt  from Part 440 and Covered  by General Permits....9-14
             9.3.2   Surface Water Impacts from Ore Mines	9-18
             9.3.3   Compliance Analysis of the Ore Mining Category	9-21
             9.3.4   Ongoing Activities	9-21

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       9.4    Ore Mining Category Issues Identified and Additional Review	9-21
       9.5    Ore Mining Category References	9-22

10.    ORGANIC CHEMICALS, PLASTICS, AND SYNTHETIC FIBERS (40 CFRPART 414)	10-1
       10.1   OCPSF Category Background	10-1
             10.1.1 OCPSF Industry Profile	10-1
             10.1.2 40 CFR Part 414	10-4
       10.2   OCPSF Category 2009 Annual Review	10-5
             10.2.1 OCPSF 2009 Screening-Level Review	10-5
             10.2.2 OCPSF Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern	10-6
       10.3   OCPSF Category Potential New Subcategories	10-7
       10.4   OCPSF Category Issues Identified and Additional Review	10-8
       10.5   OCPSF Category References	10-8

11.    PETROLEUM REFINING (40 CFR PART 419)	11-1
       11.1   Petroleum Refining Category Background	11-1
             11.1.1 Petroleum Refining Industry Profile	11-1
             11.1.2 40 CFR Part 419	11-3
       11.2   Petroleum Refining Category 2009 Annual Review	11-3
             11.2.1 Petroleum Refining 2009 Screening-Level Review	11-3
             11.2.2 Petroleum Refining Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern	11-3
       11.3   Petroleum Refining Category Potential New Subcategories	11-5
       11.4   Petroleum Refining Category Issues Identified and Additional Review	11-6
       11.5   Petroleum Refining Category References	11-6

12.    PULP, PAPER, AND PAPERBOARD (40 CFR PART 430)	12-1
       12.1   Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category Background	12-1
             12.1.1 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Industry Profile	12-1
             12.1.2 40 CFR Part 430	12-3
       12.2   Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category 2009 Annual Review	12-5
             12.2.1 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard 2009 Screening-Level Review	12-5
             12.2.2 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern	12-6
       12.3   Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category Potential New Subcategories	12-10
       12.4   Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category Issues Identified and Additional
             Review	12-10
       12.5   Pulp and Paper Category References	12-11

PART III: DETAILED STUDIES	Ill

13.    HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY AND HOSPITALS CATEGORY (40 CFR PART 460)	13-1
       13.1   Activities for Study of Unused Pharmaceutical Management	13-1
       13.2   Preliminary Findings from the Health Care Industry - Unused
             Pharmaceuticals Detailed Study	13-3
       13.3   Health Care Industry and Hospitals Category References	13-9
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14.    OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION CATEGORY (40 CFR PART 435)	14-1
      14.1  Oil and Gas Extraction Category References	14-2

15.    STEAM ELECTRIC POWER GENERATING CATEGORY (40 CFR PART 423)	15-1
      15.1  Steam Electric Power Generating Category References	15-3

Appendix A: SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS FOR EAD' S SCREENING-LEVEL
           ANALYSIS

Appendix B: SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF
           TRIRELEASES2007 and DMRLOADS2007

Appendix C: RESULTS OF TRIRELEASES2007_V2 AND DMRLOADS2007 V3

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2-1    Comments on the Final 2008 Effluent Guidelines Program Plans EPA Docket
       Number: EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517	2-1

4-1    Nomenclature and Format of NAICS and SIC Codes	4-3

4-2    Revised Boron TWF	4-4

4-3    Summary of DMRLoads2007 Facility Review	4-17

4-4    Summary of TRIReleases2007 Facility Review	4-26

4-5    Number of Facilities with Data in TRI for Reporting Years 2002 Through 2007	4-27

5-1    Point Source Categories That  Have Undergone a Recent Rulemaking or Review	5-2

5-2    Point Source Categories with  One Facility Dominating the TWPE Discharges	5-4

5-3    Final DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 Combined Point Source Category
       Rankings	5-6

5-4    2009 Annual Review of Categories with Existing ELGs: Level of Review	5-9

5-5    Previous Reviews for Point Source Categories Collectively Discharging over 95
       Percent of the Total TWPE	5-11

6-1    Number of Fertilizer Manufacturing Facilities	6-2

6-2    Subcategories in the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category	6-2

6-3    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004 and 2007	6-4

6-4    2009 Review: Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Top TRI Pollutants	6-4

6-5    2009 Review: Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Top DMR Pollutants	6-5

7-1    Number of Inorganic  Chemical Manufacturing Facilities	7-2

7-2    Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004
       and 2007	7-4

7-3    2009 Review: Inorganic Chemicals Category Top TRI Pollutants	7-4

7-4    2009 Review: Inorganic Chemicals Category Top DMR Pollutants	7-4

7-5    Manganese Discharges Reported by U.S. Titanium Manufacturing Facilities in
       TRI 2007	7-6

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8-1   Number of Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Facilities	8-2

8-2   Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Point Source Category TRI and DMR
      Discharges for 2004 and 2007	8-3

8-3   2009 Review: Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Top TRI Pollutants	8-3

8-4   2009 Review: Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Top DMR Pollutants	8-4

9-1   Number of Ore Mining Facilities	9-2

9-2   Ore Mining Category Facilities by Type of Discharge Reported in TRI 2007	9-3

9-3   Ore Mining Category Subcategory Applicability	9-3

9-4   Ore Mining Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004 and 2007	9-5

9-5   2009 Review: Ore Mining Category Top TRI Pollutants	9-6

9-6   2009 Review: Ore Mining Category Top DMR Pollutants	9-6

9-7   Arsenic Discharges Reported by Ore Mining Facilities in DMR for 2002, 2004
      and 2007	9-8

9-8   Cadmium Discharges Reported by Ore Mining Facilities in DMR for 2002, 2004,
      and 2007	9-9

9-9   Lead Discharges Reported by Ore Mining Facilities in DMR for 2002, 2004, and
      2007	9-11

9-10  Parameters with Benchmarks Not Dependant on Hardness	9-15

9-11  Parameters with Benchmarks Based on Water Hardness	9-15

9-12  Parameters Specific to the Type of Ore Being Mined	9-15

9-13  Comparison of Monitoring Requirements for Western States and Federal General
      Stormwater Permits	9-17

9-14  TMDL Studies with Information on Active and Recently Closed Ore Mines	9-20

10-1  Number of OCPSF Facilities	10-3

10-2  Applicability of Subcategories in the OCPSF Category	10-4

10-3  OCPSF Point Source Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004 and 2007	10-6
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10-4  2009 Review: OCPSF Category Top TRI Pollutants	10-6

10-5  2009 Review: OCPSF Category Top DMR Pollutants	10-6

11-1  Number of Petroleum Refining Facilities	11-2

11 -2  Petroleum Refining Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004 and 2007	11-3

11-3  2009 Review: Petroleum Refining Category Top TRI Pollutants	11-3

11 -4  2009 Review: Petroleum Refining Category Top DMR Pollutants	11-4

11-5  Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI
      in 2002-2007	11-8

11-6  PAC Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI in 2002-2007	11-10

12-1  Number of Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Facilities	12-3

12-2  Relationship Between Pulp and Paper Regulatory Phases and Subcategories	12-4

12-3  Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Point Source Category TRI and DMR Discharges
      for 2004 and 2007	12-5

12-4  2009 Review: Pulp and Paper Category Top TRI Pollutants	12-6

12-5  2009 Review: Pulp and Paper Category Top DMR Pollutants	12-6

12-6  Pulp and Paper Category Facilities with TCDD Discharges in DMR 2007	12-8

12-7  Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Discharges Reported by U.S. Pulp and Paper
      Manufacturing Facilities from 2002 to 2007	12-13
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1-1    Regulations of Direct and Indirect Wastewater Discharges Under NPDES	1-3




3-1    Flow Chart of Annual Review of Existing ELGs	3-2




3-2    Flow Chart of Further Review of Existing ELGs	3-3




3-3    Flow Chart of Identification of Possible New ELGs	3-4
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                                Part I - Introduction
PART I: INTRODUCTION

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                                                                      Section 1 - Background
This document supports the Preliminary 2010 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. It presents the
methodology used to perform the annual reviews of industrial discharges required by the Clean
Water Act and the results of the reviews.

1.     BACKGROUND

       This section explains how the Effluent Guidelines Program fits into EPA's National
Water Program, describes the general and legal background of the Effluent Guidelines Program,
and describes EPA's process for making effluent guidelines revision and development decisions
(i.e., effluent guidelines planning).

1.1    EPA's Clean Water Act Program

       EPA's Office of Water is responsible for developing the programs and tools authorized
under the Clean Water Act (CWA), which enables EPA and the states to protect and restore the
Nation's waters. These programs and tools generally rely either on water quality-based controls,
such as water quality standards and water quality-based effluent limitations, or technology-based
controls such as effluent guidelines and technology-based effluent limitations.

       The CWA gives states the primary responsibility for establishing,  reviewing, and revising
water quality standards. These standards consist of designated uses for each water body (e.g.,
fishing, swimming,  supporting aquatic life), numeric pollutant concentration limits ("criteria") to
protect those uses, and an antidegradation policy. EPA develops national criteria for many
pollutants, which states may adopt or modify as appropriate to reflect local conditions. In a
parallel track to water quality standards, EPA also develops technology-based effluent limitation
guidelines and standards, based on current available technologies. These guidelines and
standards are then incorporated into discharge permits as technology-based effluent limitations
(U.S. EPA, 1996). While technology-based effluent limitations in discharge permits may be as
stringent as or more stringent than water quality-based effluent limits, the effluent guidelines
program is not specifically designed to ensure that the discharge from each facility meets the
water quality standards of its receiving water body. For this reason, the CWA also requires states
to establish water quality-based permit limitations, where necessary to attain and maintain water
quality standards. These water-quality based limits may require industrial facilities to meet
requirements that are more stringent than those in a national effluent guideline regulation. EPA
notes that the various components of water quality-based permitting (water quality standards,
water quality-based effluent limits, and total maximum daily loads) are in different stages of
development nationally and by state, which may result in different levels of protection across
states. Therefore, national categorical effluent limitations and standards remain a critical
component of EPA's CWA Program.  Consequently, in the overall context of the CWA, effluent
guidelines must be viewed as one tool in the broad arsenal of tools Congress provided to EPA
and the states to protect and restore the Nation's water quality.

1.2    Background on the Effluent Guidelines Program

       The 1972  CWA marked a distinct  change in Congress's efforts "to restore and maintain
the chemical, physical,  and biological integrity of the Nation's waters." See CWA § 101(a),  33
U.S.C. § 1251 (a). Prior to 1972, the CWA relied on "water quality standards." This approach
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was challenging, however, because it was very difficult to prove that a specific discharger was
responsible for decreasing the water quality of its receiving stream.

       The 1972 CWA directed EPA to promulgate effluent guidelines that reflect pollutant
reductions that can be achieved by categories or subcategories of industrial point sources. The
effluent guidelines are based on specific technologies (including process changes) that EPA
identifies as meeting the statutorily prescribed level of control. See CWA sections 301(b)(2),
304(b), 306, 307(b), and 307(c). Unlike other CWA tools, effluent guidelines are national in
scope and establish pollution control obligations for all facilities that discharge wastewater
within an industrial category or subcategory. In establishing these controls, EPA assesses: (1) the
performance and availability of the best pollution control technologies or pollution prevention
practices for an industrial category or subcategory as a whole; (2) the economic achievability of
those technologies, which can include consideration of costs, effluent reduction benefits, and
affordability of achieving the reduction in pollutant discharge; (3) non-water-quality
environmental impacts (including energy requirements); and (4) such other factors as the
Administrator deems appropriate.

       Creating a single national pollution control requirement for each industrial category
based on the best technology the industry could afford was seen by Congress as a way to reduce
the potential creation of "pollution havens"  and to set the Nation's sights on attaining the highest
possible level of water quality. Consequently, EPA's goal in establishing national effluent
guidelines is to assure that industrial facilities with similar characteristics,  regardless of their
location or the nature of their receiving water, will at a minimum meet similar effluent
limitations representing the performance of the best pollution control technologies or pollution
prevention practices.

       Unlike other CWA tools, effluent guidelines provide the opportunity to promote pollution
prevention and water conservation. This may be particularly important in controlling persistent,
bioaccumulative, and toxic  pollutants discharged in concentrations below analytic detection
levels. Effluent guidelines also control pollutant discharges at the point of discharge from
industrial facilities and cover discharges directly to surface water (direct discharges) and
discharges to publicly-owned treatment works (POTWs) (indirect discharges). For industrial
dischargers to  POTWs, this can have the added benefit of preventing the untreated discharge of
pollutants to groundwater from leaking sewer pipes or to surface waters due to combined sewer
overflows.

1.3    What Are Effluent Guidelines and Pretreatment Standards?

       The national clean water industrial regulatory program is authorized under sections 301,
304, 306 and 307 of the CWA.

       The CWA directs EPA to promulgate effluent limitations guidelines and standards
through six levels of control:

       1.      Best practicable control technology currently available (BPT);
       2.      Best available control technology economically achievable (BAT);
       3.      Best conventional control technology (BCT);
       4.      New source performance standards (NSPS);

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       5.     Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES); and
       6.     Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).

For point sources that discharge pollutants directly into the waters of the United States (direct
dischargers), the limitations and standards promulgated by EPA are implemented through
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits. See CWA sections 301(a),
301(b), and 402. For sources that discharge to POTWs (indirect dischargers), EPA promulgates
pretreatment standards that apply directly to those sources and are enforced by POTWs and state
and federal authorities. See CWA sections 307(b) and (c). Figure 1-1 illustrates the relationship
between the regulation of direct and indirect dischargers.
                               Direct Dischargers
                                       Indirect Dischargers
     New
   Sources
      NSPS

• Conventional Pollutants
• Nonconventional Pollutants
• Priority Pollutants (Toxics)
   Existing
   Sources
      PSNS

• Nonconventional Pollutants
• Priority Pollutants (Toxics)
                         BCT

                  • Conventional Pollutants
                    BAT

             • Nonconventional Pollutants
             • Priority Pollutants (Toxics)
      PSES

• Nonconventional Pollutants
• Priority Pollutants (Toxics)
                                      BPT

                               • Conventional Pollutants
                               • Nonconventional Pollutants
                               • Priority Pollutants (Toxics)
   Figure 1-1. Regulations of Direct and Indirect Wastewater Discharges Under NPDES

1.3.1  Best Practicable Control Technology Currently Available (BPT) — CWA Sections
       301(b)(l)(A) and304(b)(l)

       EPA develops effluent limitations based on BPT for conventional, toxic, and
nonconventional pollutants. Section 304(a)(4) designates the following as conventional
pollutants: biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5), total suspended solids, fecal coliform, pH, and
any additional pollutants defined by the Administrator as conventional. The Administrator
designated oil and grease as an additional conventional  pollutant on July 30, 1979. See 44 FR
44501 (July 30, 1979). EPA has identified 65 pollutants and classes of pollutants as toxic
pollutants, of which 126 specific substances have been designated priority toxic pollutants. See
Appendix A to Part 423, reprinted after 40 CFR Part 423.17. All other pollutants are considered
to be nonconventional.

       In specifying BPT, EPA looks at a number of factors. EPA first considers the total cost of
applying the control technology in relation to the effluent reduction benefits. The Agency also
considers the age of the equipment and facilities, the processes employed and any required
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process changes, engineering aspects of the control technologies, non-water-quality
environmental impacts (including energy requirements), and such other factors as the EPA
Administrator deems appropriate. See CWA section 304(b)(l)(B). Traditionally, EPA establishes
BPT effluent limitations based on the average of the best performances of facilities within the
industry of various ages, sizes, processes or other common characteristics. Where existing
performance is uniformly inadequate, BPT may reflect higher levels of control than currently in
place in an industrial category if the Agency determines that the technology can be practically
applied.

1.3.2  Best Conventional Pollutant Control Technology (BCT) — CWA Sections 301(b)(2)(E)
       and304(b)(4)

       The 1977 amendments to the CWA required EPA to identify effluent reduction levels for
conventional pollutants associated with BCT for discharges from existing industrial point
sources. In addition to the other factors specified in section 304(b)(4)(B), the CWA requires that
EPA establish BCT limitations after consideration of a two-part "cost-reasonableness" test. EPA
explained its methodology for the development of BCT limitations in  1986. See 51 FR 24974
(July 9, 1986).

1.3.3  Best Available Technology Economically Achievable (BAT) — CWA Sections
       301(b)(2)(A) and304(b)(2)

       For toxic pollutants and nonconventional pollutants, EPA promulgates effluent guidelines
based on BAT. See CWA sections 301(b)(2)(C), (D), and (F). The factors considered in
assessing BAT include the cost of achieving BAT effluent reductions, the age of equipment and
facilities  involved, the process employed, potential process changes, non-water-quality
environmental impacts, including energy requirements, and other such factors as the EPA
Administrator deems appropriate. See CWA section 304(b)(2)(B). The technology must also be
economically achievable. See CWA section 301(b)(2)(A). The Agency retains considerable
discretion in assigning the weight it accords to these factors. In addition to end-of-pipe
wastewater treatment, BAT limitations may be based on effluent reductions attainable through
changes in a facility's processes and operations. Where existing performance is uniformly
inadequate, BAT may reflect a higher level of performance than is currently being achieved
within a particular subcategory based on technology transferred from a different subcategory or
category. BAT may be based upon process changes or internal controls, even when these
technologies are not common industry  practice.

1.3.4  New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) — CWA Section 306

       NSPS reflect effluent reductions that are achievable based on the best available
demonstrated control technology. New sources have the opportunity to install the best and most
efficient production processes and wastewater treatment technologies. As a result, NSPS should
represent the most stringent controls attainable through the application of the best available
demonstrated control technology for all pollutants (i.e., conventional, nonconventional, and
priority pollutants). In establishing NSPS, EPA is directed to take into consideration the cost of
achieving the effluent reduction and any non-water-quality environmental impacts and energy
requirements.
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1.3.5   Presentment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES) — CWA Section 307(b)

       PSES apply to indirect dischargers, and are designed to prevent the discharge of
pollutants that pass through, interfere with, or are otherwise incompatible with the operation of
POTWs, including wastewater conveyance and sludge disposal. Pretreatment standards are
technology-based and are analogous to BAT effluent limitations guidelines.

       The General Pretreatment Regulations, which set forth the framework for implementing
national pretreatment standards, are found at 40 CFR Part 403.

1.3.6   Pretreatment Standards for New Sources (PSNS) — CWA Section 307(c)

       Like PSES, PSNS apply to indirect dischargers, and are designed to prevent the
discharges of pollutants that pass through, interfere with, or are otherwise incompatible with the
operation of POTWs. PSNS are to be issued at the same time as NSPS. New indirect dischargers
have the opportunity to incorporate into their plants the best available demonstrated
technologies. The Agency considers the same factors in promulgating PSNS as it considers in
promulgating NSPS.

1.4    Success of EPA's Effluent Guidelines Program

       The effluent guidelines program has helped reverse the water quality degradation that
accompanied industrialization in this country. Permits developed using the technology-based
industrial regulations are a critical element of the Nation's clean water program and reduce the
discharge of pollutants that have serious environmental impacts, including pollutants that:

       •     Kill or impair fish and other aquatic organisms;
       •     Cause human health problems through contaminated water, fish, or shellfish; and
       •     Degrade aquatic ecosystems.

       EPA has issued effluent guidelines for 56 industrial categories and these regulations
apply to between 35,000 and 45,000 facilities that discharge directly to the Nation's waters, as
well as another  12,000 facilities that discharge to POTWs. These regulations have prevented the
discharge of more than 700 billion pounds of toxic pollutants each year.

1.5    What Are EPA's Effluent Guidelines Planning and Review Requirements?

       In addition to establishing new regulations, the CWA also requires EPA to review
existing effluent guidelines annually. EPA reviews all point source categories subject to existing
effluent guidelines and pretreatment standards to identify potential candidates for revision, as
required by CWA sections 304(b), 301(d), 304(g), and 307(b). This document explains how EPA
uses reported discharge data and other factors to conduct this review. EPA also reviews
industries consisting of direct discharging facilities not currently subject to effluent guidelines to
identify potential candidates for effluent guidelines rulemakings, as required by CWA section
304(m)(l)(B). Finally, EPA reviews industries consisting entirely or almost entirely of indirect
discharging facilities that are not currently subject to pretreatment  standards to identify potential
candidates for pretreatment standards development, as required by CWA sections 304(g) and
307(b).

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       CWA section 304(m)(l)(A) requires EPA to publish an Effluent Guidelines Program
Plan every two years that establishes a schedule for the annual review and revision, in
accordance with section 304(b), of the effluent guidelines that EPA has promulgated under that
section. EPA's Preliminary 2010 Plan announces the schedule for the section 304(b) reviews.
The schedule is as follows: EPA will coordinate its annual review of existing effluent guidelines
under section 304(b) with its publication of the preliminary and final Plans under CWA section
304(m). In other words, in odd numbered years, EPA intends to complete its annual review upon
publication of the preliminary Plan that EPA must publish for public review and comment under
CWA section 304(m)(2). In even numbered years, EPA intends to complete its annual review
upon the publication of the final Plan. EPA's 2009 annual  review is the review cycle ending
upon the publication of this Preliminary 2010 Plan.

       EPA is coordinating its annual reviews under section 304(b) with publication of Plans
under section 304(m) for several reasons. First, the annual review is inextricably linked to the
planning effort, because the results of each annual review can inform the content of the
preliminary and final Plans (e.g., by identifying candidates for ELG revision for which EPA can
schedule rulemaking in the Plan, or by calling to EPA's attention point source categories for
which EPA has not promulgated effluent guidelines). Second, even though not required to do so
under either section 304(b) or section 304(m), EPA believes that the public interest is served by
periodically presenting to the public a description of each annual review (including the review
process employed) and the results of the review. Doing so at the same time EPA publishes
preliminary and final Plans makes both processes more transparent. Third, by requiring EPA to
review all existing effluent guidelines each year, Congress appears to have intended that each
successive review would build upon the results of earlier reviews. Therefore, by describing the
2009 annual review along with the preliminary 2010 Plan, EPA hopes to gather and receive data
and information that will inform its reviews for 2010 and the final 2010 Plan.

1.6    Background References

       1.     U. S. EPA. 1996. U.S. EPA NPDES Permit Writers'Manual. Washington, DC.
             (December). EPA-833-B-96-003. Available online at: http://cfpub.epa.gov/npdes/
             writermanual. cfm?program_id=4 5.
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2.
PUBLIC COMMENTS ON THE FINAL EFFLUENT GUIDELINES PROGRAM PLAN FOR 2008
       EPA published its Final 2008 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan (2008 Final Plan) on
September 15, 2008 (73 FRN 53218) and requested comments on various aspects of its analyses,
data, and information to inform its 2009 annual review and detailed studies. The Agency
received two comments on the 2008 Final Plan. Table 2-1 lists the commenters as well as a
synopsis of the comments.

         Table 2-1. Comments on the Final 2008 Effluent Guidelines Program Plans
                      EPA Docket Number: EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517
 No.
Commenter Name
   EPA
Docket No.
Comment Summary
      Deborah Goldberg
      (Earthjustice)
                      0045
           General comments in favor of creating ELGs for wastewater from oil
           and gas drilling, hydraulic fracturing, and extraction for all oil and
           gas exploration, rather than focusing on coalbed methane extraction.
           Recommends zero discharge of all related wastewater.
      Lisa Widawsky
      (Environmental
      Integrity Project)
                      0046
           General comments in favor of creating ELGs for toxic metals from
           coal combustion wastes at steam electric power plants. Recommends
           zero discharge from scrubber and ash transport systems as BAT
           because it has been achieved by sources in the industry.
      Nancy Stewart and
      Margie Parsley
      (League of Women
      Voters of Tennessee)
                      0047
           General comments in favor of revising the Steam Electric Power
           Generating ELGs and containment guidelines for coal-ash
           impoundments. Recommends including inspection and monitoring
           for structural integrity, capping to prevent overflows, composite
           liners to prevent seepage, monitoring for heavy metals and other
           pollutants in nearby surface waters, and phase-out of wet ash storage
           systems.
      Abigail Dillen
      (Earthjustice)
                      0048
           General comments in favor of revising the Steam Electric Power
           Generating ELGs. Recommend eliminating all pollutant discharges
           from scrubber and ash handling systems and all discharge of leachate
           from land-based coal combustion waste disposal.
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3.     THE EFFLUENT GUIDELINES PLANNING PROCESS

       This section provides a general overview of the process EPA used in 2009 to identify
industrial categories for potential development of new or revised effluent limitations guidelines
and pretreatment standards (ELGs). This process consisted of: (1) annual review of existing
ELGs to identify candidates for revision; (2) identification of new categories of direct
dischargers for possible development of effluent guidelines; and (3) identification of new
categories of indirect dischargers for possible development of pretreatment standards. Each of
these components is illustrated in Figure 3-1 through Figure 3-3 and discussed below.

3.1    Goals of the ELG Planning Process

       In the effluent guideline planning process, EPA is guided by the following goals:

       •      Restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the
              Nation's waters; and
       •      Provide transparent decision-making and involve stakeholders early and often
              during the planning process.

3.2    Annual Review of Existing Effluent Guidelines and Pretreatment Standards

       This section describes the four factors used (Section 3.2.1) and how they are used
(Section 3.2.2) in the annual review of existing effluent guidelines and pretreatment standards.

3.2.1  Factors Considered in Review of Existing Effluent Guidelines  and Pretreatment
       Standards

       EPA uses four major factors in prioritizing existing effluent guidelines or pretreatment
standards for possible revision.

       The first factor EPA considers is the amount and type of pollutants in an industrial
category's discharge, and the relative hazard posed by that discharge. Use of this factor enables
the Agency to set priorities for rulemaking to achieve the greatest environmental and health
benefits. EPA estimates the potential hazard of pollutant discharges in terms of toxic-weighted
pound equivalents (TWPE), discussed in detail in Section 4.1.3. To assess the effectiveness of
pollution control, EPA examines the removal of pollutants, in terms of pounds and TWPE.

       The second factor EPA considers is the performance and cost of applicable and
demonstrated wastewater treatment technologies, process changes, or pollution prevention
alternatives that could effectively reduce the pollutants in the industrial category's wastewater
and, consequently, reduce the hazard to human health or the environment associated with these
pollutant discharges.
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        Figure 3-1. Flow Chart of Annual Review of Existing ELGs
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       The third factor EPA considers is the affordability or economic achievability of the
wastewater treatment technology, process change, or pollution prevention measures identified
using the second factor. If the financial condition of the industry indicates that it would be
difficult to implement new requirements, EPA might conclude that it would be more cost-
effective to develop less expensive approaches to reducing pollutant loadings that would better
satisfy applicable statutory requirements.

       The fourth factor EPA considers is an opportunity to eliminate inefficiencies or
impediments to pollution prevention or technological innovation, or opportunities to promote
innovative approaches such as water quality trading, including within-plant trading. This factor
might also prompt EPA, during an annual review, to decide against identifying an existing set of
effluent guidelines or pretreatment standards for revision where the pollutant source is already
efficiently and effectively controlled by other regulatory or nonregulatory programs.

3.2.2  Overview: Review of Existing Point Source Categories

       EPA has established ELGs to regulate wastewater discharges from 56 point source
categories. EPA must annually review the ELGs for all of these categories. EPA first conducts a
screening-level review of all categories subject to existing ELGs. EPA then conducts further
review of categories prioritized as a result of the screening-level review. This further review
consists of either  an in-depth "detailed study" or a somewhat less detailed "preliminary category
review." Based on this further review, EPA identifies existing categories for potential ELGs
revision.

       3.2.2.1    Screening-Level Review

       The screening-level review is the first step in EPA's annual review. Section 4.0 provides
details on the database methodology used in the screening-level review.  EPA uses this step to
prioritize categories for further review. In conducting the screening-level review, EPA considers
the amount and toxicity of the pollutants in a category's discharge and the extent to which these
pollutants may pose a hazard to human health or the environment (Factor 1).

       EPA conducts its  screening-level review with data from the Toxics Release  Inventory
(TRI) and discharge monitoring reports (DMR) contained in the Permit Compliance System
(PCS) and Integrated Compliance Information System - National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System (ICIS-NPDES). EPA combines the DMR data from PCS and ICIS-NPDES
into DMRLoads database. The Quality Assurance Project Plan for the 2009 Annual Screening-
Level Analysis of TRI and PCS Industrial Category Discharge Data describes in  detail the
quality criteria EPA used to evaluate the TRI and DMR data (ERG, 2009). TRI and DMR data
do not identify the effluent guideline(s) applicable to a particular facility. However, TRI includes
information on a facility's North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code, while
DMR data includes information on a facility's Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code.
Therefore, the first step in EPA's screening-level review is to relate each SIC and NAICS code
to an industrial category.1 The second step is to use the information reported in TRI and DMR,
for a specified year, to calculate the annual pollutant discharges in pounds, including toxic,
1 For more information on how EPA related each SIC and NAICS code to an industrial category, see Section 5.0 of
the 2009 Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing Effluent Guidelines and Identification of
Potential New Point Source Categories (U.S. EPA, 2009).	
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nonconventional, and conventional pollutants. For indirect dischargers, EPA adjusts the facility
discharges to account for removals at the POTW. The third step is to apply toxic weighting
factors (TWFs)2 to the annual pollutant discharges to calculate the total discharge of toxic and
nonconventional pollutants (reported in units of toxic-weighted pound equivalent or TWPE).
EPA then sums the TWPE for each facility in a category to calculate a total TWPE per category
for that year. EPA calculates two TWPE estimates for each category:  one based on data in TRI
and one based on DMR data. EPA combined the estimated discharges of toxic and
nonconventional pollutants calculated from TRI and DMR data to estimate a single TWPE value
for each industrial category. EPA took this approach because it found that combining the TWPE
estimates from TRI and DMR data into a single TWPE number offered a clearer perspective of
the industries with the most toxic pollution.3

       EPA then ranks point source categories according to their total TWPE discharges. In
identifying categories for further review, EPA prioritizes categories accounting for 95 percent of
the cumulative TWPE from the combined databases (see Section 5.3). Illustrated in Figure 3-1,
EPA also excludes from further review categories for which an effluent guidelines rulemaking is
currently underway or for which effluent guidelines have been recently promulgated or revised
(within the past seven years). EPA chose seven years because this is the time it customarily  takes
for the effects of effluent guidelines or pretreatment standards to be fully reflected in pollutant
loading data and TRI reports. EPA also considers the number of facilities responsible for the
majority of the estimated toxic-weighted pollutant discharges associated with an industrial
activity. Where only a few facilities in a category account for the vast majority of toxic-weighted
pollutant discharges, EPA typically does not prioritize the category for additional review. In this
case, EPA believes that revising individual permits may be more effective in addressing the
toxic-weighted pollutant discharges than a national effluent guidelines rulemaking because
requirements can be better tailored to these few facilities, and because individual permitting
actions may take considerably less time than a national rulemaking.

       3.2.2.2     Further Review

       Following its screening-level review of all point source categories, EPA prioritizes
certain categories for further review. The purpose of the further review is to determine whether it
would be appropriate for EPA to identify in the final plan a point source category for potential
effluent guidelines revision. EPA typically conducts two types of further review:  detailed studies
and preliminary reviews. EPA selects categories for further review based on the screening-level
review and/or stakeholder input.

       EPA's detailed studies generally examine the following: (1) wastewater characteristics
and pollutant sources; (2) the pollutants driving the toxic-weighted pollutant discharges; (3)
availability of pollution prevention and treatment; (4) the geographic distribution of facilities in
 For more information on toxic weighting factors, see Toxic Weighting Factor Development in Support ofCWA
304(m) Planning Process (U.S. EPA, 2006).
3 Different pollutants may dominate the TRI and DMR TWPE estimates for an industrial category due to the
differences in pollutant reporting requirements between the TRI and DMR databases. The single TWPE number for
each category highlights those industries with the most toxic discharge data in both TRI and DMR. Although this
approach could have theoretically led to double-counting, EPA's review of the data indicates that because the three
databases focus on different pollutants, double-counting was minimal and did not affect the ranking of the top
ranked industrial categories.	
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the industry; (5) any pollutant discharge trends within the industry; and (6) any relevant
economic factors. First, EPA attempts to verify the screening-level results and to fill in data gaps
(Factor 1). Next, EPA considers costs and performance of applicable and demonstrated
technologies, process changes, or pollution prevention alternatives that can effectively reduce the
pollutants remaining in the point source category's wastewater (Factor 2). Last, EPA considers
the affordability or economic achievability of the technology, process change, or pollution
prevention measures identified using the second factor (Factor  3).

       Types of data sources that EPA may consult in conducting its detailed studies include,
but are not limited to: (1) U.S. Economic Census;  (2) TRI and DMR data; (3) trade associations
and reporting facilities to verify reported releases and facility categorization; (4) regulatory
authorities (states and EPA regions) to understand how category facilities are permitted; (5)
NPDES permits and their supporting fact sheets; (6) EPA effluent guidelines technical
development documents; (7) relevant EPA preliminary  data summaries or study reports; and (8)
technical literature on pollutant sources and control technologies.

       Preliminary reviews are similar to detailed studies and have the same purpose. During
preliminary  reviews, EPA generally examines the same factors and data sources listed above for
detailed studies. However, in a preliminary review, EPA's examination of a point source
category and available pollution prevention and treatment options is less rigorous than in its
detailed studies. While EPA collects and analyzes hazard and technology performance and  cost
information on categories undergoing preliminary review, it assigns a higher priority to
investigating categories undergoing detailed studies.

3.3    Identification of New Categories for Possible Effluent Guidelines Development

       Concurrent with its review of existing point source categories, EPA also reviews
industries not currently subject to effluent guidelines to identify potential new point source
categories. To identify possible new categories, EPA conducts  a "crosswalk" analysis based on
data in DMR and TRI. Facilities with data in DMR and TRI are identified by a four-digit SIC
code or six-digitNAICS code (Section 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 provide  more details on SIC and NAICS
codes, respectively). EPA links each four-digit SIC code and six-digit NAICS code to an
appropriate industrial category (i.e., "the crosswalk").4  This crosswalk identifies SIC codes and
NAICS codes that EPA associated with industries subject to an existing guideline. The crosswalk
also identifies SIC and NAICS codes not associated with an existing guideline. In addition  to the
crosswalk analysis, EPA relies on stakeholder comments to identify potential new point sources
categories. Section 4.1.5 and 4.1.6 discuss the utility  and limitations of TRI and DMR,
respectively, in detail.

       For each industry identified through the crosswalk analysis or stakeholder comments,
EPA evaluates whether it constitutes a potential new  category subject to identification in the plan
or whether it is properly considered a potential new subcategory of an existing point source
category. To make this determination, EPA generally looks at whether the industry produces a
similar product or performs a similar service as an existing category. If so, EPA generally
considers the industry to be a potential new subcategory of that category. If, however, the
4 For additional information on "the crosswalk," see Section 4 of the 2009 Technical Support Document for the
Annual Review of Existing Effluent Guidelines and Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories (U.S.
EPA, 2009).	
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industry is significantly different from existing categories in terms of products or services
provided, EPA considers the industry as a potential new stand-alone category subject to
identification in the plan.

3.3.1   Direct Discharges

       Because the CWA has different requirements for potential new categories of direct and
indirect dischargers, EPA examines potential new categories to determine if the category
comprises mostly indirect dischargers or if it comprises both direct and indirect dischargers. If a
category consists largely of indirect dischargers, EPA evaluates the pass-through and
interference potential of the category discharges. If a category consists largely of direct
dischargers, EPA evaluates the type of pollutants discharged by facilities in the category.

3.3.2   Indirect Discharges

       For potential new categories with primarily indirect dischargers, EPA evaluates the
potential for the wastewater discharges to "interfere with, pass through, or [be] otherwise
incompatible  with" the operation of POTWs. See 33 U.S.C. § 1371(b)(l). Using available data,
EPA reviews  the types of pollutants in an industry's wastewater.  Then, EPA reviews the
likelihood of  those pollutants to pass through a POTW. For most categories, EPA evaluated the
"pass through potential" as measured by: (1) the total annual TWPE discharged by the industrial
sector; and (2) the average TWPE discharge among facilities that discharge to POTWs. EPA also
assesses the interference potential of the discharge. Finally, EPA considers whether the pollutant
discharges are already adequately controlled by general pretreatment standards and/or local
pretreatment limits.

3.4    Stakeholder Involvement and Schedule

       EPA's goal is to involve stakeholders early and often during its annual reviews of
existing effluent guidelines and the development of the biennial plans.  This will likely maximize
collection of data to inform EPA's analyses  and provide additional transparency and
understanding of EPA's effluent guidelines priorities identified in the biennial plans.

       EPA's annual reviews build on reviews from previous years, and reflect a lengthy
outreach effort to involve stakeholders in the review process. In performing its annual reviews,
EPA considers all public comments, information, and data submitted to EPA as part of its
outreach activities. EPA solicits public comment at the beginning of each annual review of
effluent guidelines and on the preliminary biennial plan. In each Federal Register Notice, EPA
requests stakeholder comments on specific industries and discharges as well as any general
comments.

       EPA completes an annual review of industrial discharges  each year, upon publication of
the Preliminary and Final Effluent Guidelines Program Plans. In  odd-numbered years, EPA
publishes its preliminary plan that EPA must publish for public review and comment under
CWA section 304(m)(2). In even-numbered years, EPA publishes its final plan that incorporates
the comments received on the preliminary plan.
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       EPA intends that these contemporaneous reviews will provide meaningful insight into
EPA's effluent guidelines and pretreatment standards program decision-making. Additionally, by
providing a single notice for these and future reviews, EPA hopes to provide a consolidated
source of information for the Agency's current and future effluent guidelines and pretreatment
standards program reviews.

3.5    The Effluent Guidelines Planning Process References

       1.     ERG. 2009. Quality Assurance Project Plan for 2009 Annual Screening-Level
             Analysis of TRI and PCS Industrial Category Discharge Data. (TBD). EPA-HQ-
             OW-2008-0517. DCN 06558.

       2.     U. S. EPA. 2006. Toxic Weighting Factor Development in Support ofCWA 304(m)
             Planning Process. Washington, DC. (June). EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-1634.

       3.     U.S. EPA. 2009. Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing
             Effluent Guidelines and Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories.
             EPA-821-R-09-007. Washington, DC. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN
             06557.
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                                           Section 4 - Methodology, Data Sources, and Limitations
4.     METHODOLOGY, DATA SOURCES, AND LIMITATIONS

       As discussed in Section 1.0, the CWA requires EPA to conduct an annual review of
existing effluent limitations guidelines and standards (ELGs). It also requires EPA to identify
industrial categories without applicable ELGs. EPA's methodology for this annual review and
new point source category identification involves several components, as discussed in
Section 3.0.

       First, EPA performs a screening-level review of all point source categories subject to
existing ELGs to identify categories discharging high levels of toxic and nonconventional
pollutants relative to other categories. Using the results of the screening-level review, EPA
continues its annual review of priority categories to identify candidate ELGs for revision, as
required by CWA sections 304(b), 301(d), 304(g), and 307(b). Part II of this report (Sections 5.0
to 12.0) discusses the findings of EPA's 2009 annual review.  Second, EPA reviews indirect
discharging industries not currently subject to pretreatment standards to identify potential
candidates for pretreatment standards development, as required by CWA section 307(b). Finally,
EPA reviews direct discharging industries not currently subject to ELGs to identify potential
candidates for ELG development, as  required by section 304(m)(l)(B) of the CWA. EPA did not
identify for rulemaking any indirect or direct discharging industries not  currently subject to
pretreatment standards or ELGs in the 2009 annual review.

       In performing the screening-level reviews of existing ELGs and  identifying industrial
categories without ELGs, EPA relies on DMR data and the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI). This
section discusses these databases, related data sources, and their limitations. DMR data is
contained  in EPA's Permit Compliance System (PCS) and the Integrated Compliance
Information System for the NPDES (ICIS-NPDES).

       EPA has developed two screening-level tools, the TRIReleases andDMRLoads databases,
to facilitate analysis of TRI and PCS/ICIS-NPDES data. EPA has explained the creation of these
screening-level  analysis tools in the Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of
Existing Effluent Guidelines and Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories (2009
Screening-Level Analysis (SLA) Report) (U.S. EPA, 2009). The 2009 SLA Report provides the
detailed methodology used to process thousands of data records and generate national estimates
of industrial effluent discharges. This section does not revisit the details of creating the database
tools. Instead, it presents the preliminary category  rankings from the TRIReleases2007_v2 and
DMRLoads2007_v3.

4.1    Data Sources and Limitations

       This subsection provides general information on the use of SIC and NAICS codes, toxic
weighting factors (TWFs), TRI data,  and DMR data. The following reports supplement this
section and discuss EPA's methodology for developing and using these tools:

       •     Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing Effluent
             Guidelines and Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories, (U.S.
             EPA, 2009). Documents the methodology and  development of the
             DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 databases, including (but not limited to)
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             matching NAICS and SIC codes to point source categories and using TWFs to
             estimate toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE).

       •      Draft Toxic Weighting Factor Development in Support of the CWA 304(m)
             Planning Process (Draft TWF Development Document), dated July 2005 (U.S.
             EPA, 2005). Explains how EPA developed the December 2004 TWFs.

       •      Toxic Weighting Factor Development in Support of the CWA 304(m) Planning
             Process (Final TWF Development Document) (U.S. EPA, 2006a). Explains how
             EPA developed the April 2006 TWFs.

4.1.1   SIC Codes

       The SIC code system was developed to help with the collection, aggregation,
presentation, and analysis of data from the U.S. economy (OMB,  1987). The different parts of
the SIC code signify the following:

       •      The first two digits represent the major industry group;
       •      The third digit represents the industry group; and
       •      The fourth digit represents the industry.

       For example, major SIC code 26: Paper and Allied Products, includes all pulp, paper, and
paperboard manufacturing operations.  Within SIC code 26, the three-digit SIC codes are used to
distinguish the type of facility: 263 for paperboard  mills, 265 for paperboard containers and
boxes, etc. Within SIC code 265, the four-digit SIC codes are used to separate facilities by
product type: 2652 for setup paperboard boxes, 2653 for corrugated and solid fiber boxes, etc.

       The SIC system is used by many government agencies, including EPA, to promote data
comparability. In the SIC system, each establishment is classified according to its primary
economic activity, which is determined by its principal product or group of products. An
establishment may  have activities in more than one SIC code.  Some data collection organizations
track only the primary SIC code for each establishment. PCS and ICIS-NPDES include one four-
digit SIC code, reflecting the principal activity causing the discharge at each facility.

       Regulations for an individual point source category may apply to one SIC code, multiple
SIC codes, or a portion of the facilities in an SIC code. Therefore, to use databases that identify
facilities by SIC code, EPA linked each four-digit SIC code to an appropriate point source
category, as summarized in the "SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk" table (Table A-l in
Appendix A).

       There are some SIC codes for which EPA has not established national ELGs. Table A-2
in Appendix A lists the SIC codes for which facility discharge data are available in PCS and
ICIS-NPDES, but for which EPA could not identify an applicable point source category. For a
more detailed discussion, see Section 6 of the 2009 SLA Report (U.S. EPA, 2009).
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4.1.2   NAICS Codes

       In 1997, the U.S. Census Bureau introduced the NAICS code system, to better represent
the economic structure of countries participating in the North American Free Trade Agreement
and to respond to criticism about the SIC code system. Table 4-1 explains the nomenclature and
format of NAICS and SIC codes.

             Table 4-1. Nomenclature and Format of NAICS and SIC Codes
NAICS
2-digit
3 -digit
4-digit
5 -digit
6-digit
Sector
Subsector
Industry Group
NAICS Industry
National
SIC
Division
Major Group
Industry Group
Industry
N/A
Letter
2-digit
3 -digit
4-digit
N/A
       For example, major SIC code 26: Paper and Allied Paper Products, includes all pulp,
paper, and paperboard manufacturing operations. Within SIC code 26, the three-digit SIC codes
are used to distinguish the type of facility: 263 for paperboard mills, 265 for paperboard
containers and boxes, etc. Within SIC code 265, the four-digit SIC codes are used to separate
facilities by product type: 2652 for setup paperboard boxes, 2653 for corrugated and solid fiber
boxes, etc.

       In the NAICS code system the classification is more stratified:

       •      32: Manufacturing;
             —    322: Paper Manufacturing;
                    •      3222: Converted Paper Product Manufacturing;
                           o      322212: Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing.

       The NAICS system is the new system for industrial classification purposes at many
government agencies, including EPA. As in the SIC system, each establishment is classified
according to its primary economic activity, which is determined by its principal product or group
of products. An establishment may have activities in more than one NAICS code.

       Regulations for an individual point source category may apply to one NAICS code,
multiple NAICS codes, or a portion of the facilities in an NAICS code. Therefore, to use
databases that identify facilities by NAICS code (e.g., TRI), EPA linked each six-digit NAICS
code to an appropriate point source category, as summarized in the "NAICS/Point Source
Category Crosswalk" table (Table A-3 in Appendix A). This table was based on the SIC/Point
Source Category Crosswalk table (Table A-l in Appendix A) and the NAICS/SIC Code
Crosswalk that EPA developed for past comparisons.

       There are some NAICS codes for which EPA has not established national ELGs. Table
A-4 in Appendix A lists the NAICS codes for which facility discharge data are available in  TRI,
but for which EPA could not identify an applicable point source category. For a more detailed
discussion, see Section 6 of the 2009 SLA Report (U.S. EPA, 2009).
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4.1.3   Toxic Weighting Factors

       In developing ELGs, EPA developed a wide variety of tools and methodologies to
evaluate effluent discharges. Within EPA's Office of Water, Engineering and Analysis Division
(EAD) maintains a Toxics Database compiled from over 100 references for more than 1,900
pollutants. The Toxics Database includes aquatic life and human health toxicity data, as well as
physical and chemical property data. A unique Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) number
identifies the pollutants in this database. EPA calculates TWFs from these data to account for
differences in toxicity across pollutants and to provide the means to compare mass loadings of
different pollutants. In its analyses, EPA multiplies a mass loading of a pollutant in pounds per
year (Ib/yr) by a pollutant-specific weighting factor to derive a "toxic-equivalent" loading (Ib-
equivalent/yr). Throughout this document, the toxic-equivalent is also referred to as toxic-
weighted pound equivalents, or TWPE. The Draft and Final  TWF Development Documents
discuss the use and development of TWFs in detail (U.S. EPA, 2005; U.S. EPA,  2006a).

       EPA derives TWFs from chronic aquatic life criteria (or toxic effect levels) and human
health criteria (or toxic effect levels) established for the consumption offish. In the TWF method
for assessing water-based effects, these aquatic life and human health toxicity levels are
compared to a benchmark value that represents the toxicity level of a specified pollutant. EPA
selected copper, a metal commonly detected and removed from industrial effluent, as the
benchmark pollutant.  The Final TWF Development Document contains details on how EPA
developed its TWFs (U.S. EPA, 2006a). Table A-5 in Appendix A lists the TWFs for those
chemicals in the DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 databases for which EPA has developed
TWFs.

       4.1.3.1    New Toxic Weighting Factors Developed During the 2009 Annual Review

       During the 2009 annual review, EPA revised the TWF for boron to reflect updated
information. EPA did not revise any other TWFs or develop TWFs for any chemicals that had
not previously had TWFs as part of the 2009 annual  review (Abt, 2008). Table 4-2 lists the
revised boron TWF. Boron is reported in both DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007.

                             Table 4-2. Revised Boron TWF
Pollutant
Boron
CAS Number
7440428
Old TWF
0.177
New TWF
0.0083
Source: Memorandum to Josh Hall, U.S. EPA from Meghan Lynch, Sue Greco, and Emily Simmons, Abt
Associates Inc. Subject: Revised Draft - Updating the Boron TWF (Abt, 2008).

       4.1.3.2    Calculation of TWPE

       EPA weighted the annual pollutant discharges calculated from the TRIReleases (see
Section 4.1.5) andDMRLoads (see Sections 4.1.6) databases using EAD's TWFs to calculate
TWPE for each reported discharge. EPA summed the estimated TWPE discharged by each
facility in a point source category to understand the potential hazard of the discharges from each
category. The following subsections discuss the calculation of TWPE.
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4.1.4  Data from TRI

       TRI is the common name for Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community
Right-to-Know Act. Each year, facilities that meet certain thresholds must report their releases
and other waste management activities for listed toxic chemicals. Facilities must report the
quantities of toxic chemicals recycled, collected and combusted for energy recovery, treated for
destruction, or disposed. A separate report must be filed for each chemical that exceeds the
reporting threshold. The TRI list of chemicals for reporting year 2007 includes more than 600
chemicals and chemical categories. For the 2009 screening-level review, EPA used data for
reporting years 2007, because they were the most recent available at the time the review began.

       A facility must meet the following three criteria to be required to submit a TRI report for
a given reporting year:

       1.      NAICS Code Determination. The primary NAICS code determines if TRI
              reporting is required. The primary NAICS code is associated with the facility's
              revenues, and may not relate to their pollutant discharges (73 FR 324666). Most
              facilities in NAICS codes 11, 21, 22, 31 through 33, 42, 48 through 49, 51, 54, 56
              and 81, and federal facilities are potentially subject to TRI reporting. EPA
              generally relies on facility claims regarding the NAICS code identification.

       2.      Number of Employees. Facilities must have 10 or more full-time employees or
              their equivalent. EPA defines a "full-time equivalent" as a person that works
              2,000 hours in the reporting year (there are several exceptions and special
              circumstances that are well-defined in the TRI reporting instructions).

       3.      Activity  Thresholds. If the facility is in a covered NAICS code and has 10 or more
              full-time employee equivalents, it must conduct an activity threshold analysis for
              every chemical and chemical category on the current TRI list. The facility must
              determine whether it manufactures, processes, or  otherwise uses each chemical at
              or above the appropriate activity threshold. Reporting thresholds are not based on
              the amount of release. All TRI thresholds are based on mass, not concentration.
              Different thresholds apply for persistent bioaccumulative toxic (PBT) chemicals
              than for  non-PBT chemicals. Generally, threshold quantities are 25,000 pounds
              for manufacturing and processing activities and 10,000 pounds for other use
              activities. All thresholds are determined per chemical  over the calendar year. For
              example, dioxin and dioxin-like compounds are considered PBT chemicals. The
              TRI reporting guidance requires  any facility that manufactures, processes, or
              otherwise uses 0.1 grams of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds to report it to TRI
              (U.S. EPA, 2000).

       In TRI, facilities report annual loads released to the environment of each toxic chemical
or chemical category that meets reporting requirements. They must report onsite releases or
disposal to air, receiving streams, land, underground wells, and several other categories. They
must also report the amount of toxic chemicals in wastes transferred to offsite locations, (e.g.,
POTWs, commercial waste disposal facilities).
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       For its screening-level reviews, EPA focused on the amount of chemicals facilities
reported either discharging directly to a receiving stream or transferring to a POTW. For
facilities discharging directly to a stream, EPA took the annual loads directly from the reported
TRI data for calendar year 2007. For facilities transferring to POTWs, EPA first adjusted the TRI
pollutant loads reported to be transferred to POTWs to account for pollutant removal that occurs
at the POTWs prior to discharge to the receiving stream. Table A-6 in Appendix A lists the
POTW removals used for all TRI chemicals reported as transferred to POTWs.

       Facilities reporting to TRI are not required to sample and analyze waste streams to
determine the quantities of toxic chemicals released. They may estimate releases based on mass
balance calculations, published emission factors, site-specific emission factors, or other
approaches. Facilities are required to indicate, by a reporting code, the basis of their release
estimate. TRI's reporting guidance is that, for most chemicals reasonably  expected to be present
but measured below the detection limit, facilities should use half the detection limit to estimate
the mass released. However, for dioxins and dioxin-like compounds, non-detects should be
treated as zero.

       TRI allows facilities to report releases as specific numbers or as ranges, if appropriate.
Specific estimates are encouraged if data are available to ensure the accuracy; however, EPA
allows facilities to report releases in the following ranges:  1 to 10 pounds, 11 to 499 pounds, and
500 to 999 pounds. For its screening-level reviews, EPA used the midpoint of each reported
range to represent a facility's releases,  as applicable.

       4.1.4.1    Utility of TRI Data

       The data collected in TRI are particularly useful for ELG planning for the following
reasons:

       •     TRI is national in scope, including data from all 50 states and U.S. territories;
       •     TRI includes releases to POTWs, not just direct discharges to surface water;
       •     TRI includes discharge  data from manufacturing NAICS codes and some other
             industrial categories; and
       •     TRI includes releases of many toxic chemicals, not just those in facility discharge
             permits.

       4.1.4.2    Limitations of TRI

       For purposes  of ELG planning, limitations of the data collected in TRI include the
following:

       •     Small establishments (less than 10 employees) are not required to report, nor are
             facilities that do not meet the reporting thresholds. Thus, facilities reporting to
             TRI may be a subset of an industry.

       •     Release reports are, in part, based on estimates, not measurements, and, due to
             TRI guidance, may overstate releases, especially at facilities with large
             wastewater flows.
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       •      Certain chemicals (polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs), dioxin and dioxin-
             like compounds, metal compounds) are reported as a class, not as individual
             compounds. Because the individual compounds in most classes have widely
             varying toxic effects, the potential toxicity of chemical releases can be
             inaccurately estimated.

       •      Facilities are identified by NAICS code, not point source category. For some
             NAICS codes, it may be difficult or impossible to identify the point  source
             category that is the source of the toxic wastewater releases.

       Despite these limitations, EPA determined that the data summarized in TRIReleases2007
were usable for the 2009 screening-level review and prioritization of the toxic-weighted pollutant
loadings discharged  by industrial categories.

4.1.5   Data from PCS and ICIS-NPDES

       EPA has used data reported to PCS as a part of its screening level review of existing
effluent guidelines since the 2003 annual review (68 FRN 75515). Since 2002, EPA has been
working to modernize PCS by creating a new data system called the Integrated Compliance
Information System  - National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (ICIS-NPDES). In 2006,
some states began transit!oning their DMR reporting from PCS to ICIS-NPDES. Currently 45 of
the 71 states and territories have migrated to ICIS-NPDES. Therefore, for the 2009 annual
review, EPA's view of nationwide discharges was  split between two sets of data. EPA created
the database DMRLoads2007 to combine the two systems (PCS and ICIS-NPDES) and generate
industrial category rankings for all U.S. states and territories. Both PCS and ICIS-NPDES
automate entering, updating, and retrieving NPDES data and track permit issuance, permit limits
and monitoring data, and other data pertaining to facilities regulated by the NPDES program
under the CWA.

       More than 65,000 industrial facilities and wastewater treatment plants have  permits for
wastewater discharges to waters of the United States. To provide an initial framework for setting
permitting priorities, EPA developed a major/minor classification system for industrial and
municipal wastewater discharges. Major discharges usually have the capability to impact
receiving waters if not controlled and, therefore, have received more regulatory attention than
minor discharges. There are approximately 7,000 facilities (including sewerage systems) with
major discharges for which PCS and ICIS-NPDES have extensive records. Permitting authorities
classify discharges as major based on an assessment of six characteristics:

       1.     Toxic pollutant potential;
       2.     Discharge flow: stream flow ratio;
       3.     Conventional pollutant loading;
       4.     Public health impact;
       5.     Water quality factors;  and
       6.     Proximity to coastal waters.

       Facilities with major discharges must report compliance with NPDES permit limits via
monthly DMRs submitted to the permitting authority. The permitting authority enters the
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reported DMR data into PCS or ICIS-NPDES, including pollutant concentration and quantity
values and identification of any types of permit violations.

      Minor discharges may, or may not, adversely impact receiving water if not controlled.
Therefore, EPA does not require DMRs for facilities with minor discharges. For this reason, the
PCS and ICIS-NPDES databases includes data only for a limited set of minor dischargers if the
states choose to include these data.

      Parameters in PCS and ICIS-NPDES include water quality parameters (such as pH and
temperature), specific chemicals, conventional parameters (such as BOD5 and total suspended
solids [TSS]), and flow rates.  Although other pollutants may be discharged, PCS and ICIS-
NPDES contain only data for the parameters identified in the facility's NPDES permit. Facilities
typically report monthly average pounds per day discharged, but also report daily maxima and
average pollutant concentrations.

      For the 2009 annual review, EPA used data for reporting year 2007, to correspond to the
data obtained from TRI. For the 2009 annual review, EPA corrected certain aspects of the 2007
data (see Section 4.5). EPA calculated annual loads for the PCS and ICIS-NPDES data using the
PCSLoadCalculator and the ICIS-NPDES Pollutant Loading Tool, respectively. EPA combined
the annual loads from PCS and ICIS-NPDES into the DMRLoads2007 database. Section 2 of the
2009 SLA Report provides details on the methodology and development of DMRLoads2007
(U.S. EPA, 2009).

      4.1.5.1   Utility of PCS and ICIS-NPDES

      The data collected in PCS and ICIS-NPDES are particularly useful for the ELG planning
process for the following reasons:

      •      PCS and ICIS-NPDES combined are national in scope, including data from all 50
             states and 19 U.S. territories/tribes.
      •      Discharge reports included in PCS and ICIS-NPDES are based on effluent
             chemical analysis and metered flows.
             PCS and ICIS-NPDES include facilities in all SIC codes.
      •      PCS and ICIS-NPDES include data on conventional pollutants for most facilities
             and for the nutrients nitrogen and phosphorus for many facilities. However, EPA
             did not use the nutrient data because of data quality concerns.

      4.1.5.2   Limitations of PCS and ICIS-NPDES

      Limitations of the data collected from PCS and ICIS-NPDES databases include the
following:

      •      The databases contain data only for pollutants a facility is required by permit to
             monitor; the facility is not required to monitor or report all pollutants actually
             discharged.

      •      The databases include very limited discharge monitoring data from minor
             dischargers.

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       •      The databases do not include data characterizing indirect discharges from
              industrial facilities to POTWs.

       •      Many of the pollutant parameters included in the databases are reported as a
              group parameter and not as individual compounds (e.g., "Total Kjeldahl
              Nitrogen," "oil and grease"). Because the individual compounds in the group
              parameter may have widely varying toxic effects, the potential toxicity of
              chemical releases can be inaccurately estimated.

       •      In some cases, the databases identify the type of wastewater (e.g., process
              wastewater, stormwater, noncontact cooling water) being discharged; however,
              most do not and, therefore, total flow rates reported to PCS and ICIS-NPDES may
              include stormwater and noncontact cooling water, as well as process wastewater.

       •      Pipe identification is not always clear. For some facilities, internal monitoring
              points are labeled as outfalls, and PCS and ICIS-NPDES may double-count a
              facility's discharge. In other cases, an outfall may be labeled as an internal
              monitoring point, and PCS and ICIS-NPDES may not account for all of a
              facility's discharge.

       •      Facilities are identified by SIC code, not point source category. For some SIC
              codes, it may be difficult or impossible to identify the point source category that
              is the source of the reported wastewater discharges 5.

       •      PCS and ICIS-NPDES were designed as a permit compliance tracking system and
              do not contain production  information.

       •      PCS and ICIS-NPDES data may be entered into the database manually, which
              leads to data-entry errors.

       •      In PCS  and ICIS-NPDES, data may be reported as an average quantity, maximum
              quantity, average concentration, maximum concentration, and/or minimum
              concentration. For many facilities and/or pollutants, average quantity values are
              not provided. In these cases, EPA is limited to estimating facility loads based on
              the maximum quantity. Section 4.4.2  discusses the maximum quantity issue in
              detail.

       Despite these limitations, EPA determined that the data summarized in DMRLoads2007
were usable for the 2009 screening-level reviews and prioritizations of the toxic-weighted
pollutant loadings discharged by industrial facilities. The combined PCS and ICIS-NPDES
databases remain the only data source quantifying the pounds of regulated pollutants discharged
directly to surface waters of the United States.
5 ICIS-NPDES includes a data field for applicable ELGs; however, it is not required and typically not populated.
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4.2    Methodology Corrections Affecting Both Screening-Level Review Databases

       EPA did not make any methodological changes to the screening-level review databases,
TRIReleases2007 andDMRLoads2007 as part of the 2009 annual review.

4.3    Corrections to the DMRLoads2007 Database

       EPA developed the DMRLoads2007 database as part of the 2009 annual review using the
methodology explained in the 2009 SLA Report (U.S. EPA, 2009).

       During previous screening-level analyses, EPA identified numerous facility-specific
corrections for PCS data reported for calendar years 2000, 2002, and 2004. Several of these
corrections similarly apply to the 2007 DMR data. In addition,  EPA reviewed the quality of the
2007 DMR data and discharges from facilities with discharges  that have the greatest impact on
total category loads and category rankings. Table B-2 in Appendix B of this report lists all
corrections made to the 2007 DMR data in PCSLoadCalculator2007 and in DMRLoads2007'.

4.3.1   DMRLoads2007: Categorization of Discharges

       This section describes database corrections to categorization of facilities and pollutant
discharges in DMRLoads2007'. Section 4 of the 2009 SLA Report describes the development of
the SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk, which EPA uses to  link between facility SIC codes
and categories with existing ELGs (U.S. EPA, 2009). Because  most point source categories are
not defined by SIC code, the relationship between SIC  code and point source category is not a
one-to-one correlation. A single  SIC code may include facilities in more than one point source
category, and associating an SIC code with only one category may be an over simplification.
Also, many facilities have operations subject to more than one  point source category. Further,
facilities in some categories cannot be identified by  SIC code (e.g., Centralized Waste Treatment
facilities). Section 4 of the 2009  SLA Report describes the database changes, summarized below
(U.S. EPA, 2009):

       •      Facility-Level Point Source Category Assignment. For some SIC codes that
              include facilities subject to guidelines from more than one point source category,
              EPA was able to assign each facility to the category that best applied to the
              majority of its discharges. EPA reviewed information available about each facility
              to determine which point source category applied to the facility's operations.

       •      Pollutant-Level Point Source Category Assignment. Many facilities have
              operations subject to more than one point source category. For most of these
              facilities, EPA cannot divide the pollutant discharges among the applicable point
              source categories. Two exceptions where EPA was able to assign wastewater
              discharges of certain chemicals to the appropriate point source category include
              Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers (OCPSF) /Pesticides and Metal
              Products and Machinery (MP&M)/Metal Finishing:
              —    OCPSF/Pesticides. EPA removed all pesticide discharges from OCPSF
                    and counted them as discharges from the Pesticides Chemicals Point
                    Source Category.
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             —    MP&M/Metal Finishing. EPA used the methodologies described in
                    Section 4 of the 2009 SLA Report to apportion pollutant loads between the
                    MP&M and Metal Finishing Point  Source Categories.

4.3.2   DMRLoads200 7: Internal Monitoring

       This section describes database corrections to identify internal monitoring points in
DMRLoads2007'. As discussed in Sections 3.2.1.3 and 3.2.3.2 of the 2009 SLA Report (U.S.
EPA, 2009), PCSLoadCalculator2007 and the ICIS-NPDES  Load Calculator calculated loads
only for monitoring locations that are labeled as effluent (MLOC 1 or 2 in PCS and MLOC 1, 2,
A, B, or SC in ICIS-NPDES). As a result, the Load Calculators exclude discharges for internal
monitoring locations such as intake water, influent to treatment, and intermediate points in the
wastewater treatment system. However, during previous category reviews and detailed studies,
EPA identified instances of double counting that resulted  from including certain internal
monitoring points in the loads database. For example, a facility monitors for Pollutant A at the
effluent from  its wastewater treatment system (Internal Outfall  101).  Outfall 101 wastewater is
later combined with other plant discharges at final Outfall 001 and is discharged to a receiving
stream. The facility also monitors for Pollutant A at Final Outfall 001. Both outfalls are effluent
monitoring points identified as MLOC 1 or MLOC 2; however, Outfall 101 is upstream of the
final outfall. Calculating loads for Pollutant A at both the  internal and final outfalls results in
double counting Pollutant A discharges. EPA identified instances where pollutant discharges are
reported for multiple monitoring locations along the same discharge line,  and eliminated the
discharges for the upstream monitoring locations. EPA made these corrections in
PCSLoadCalculator2007 for the PCS  data and in DMRLoadsAnalysis2007 for the ICIS-NPDES
data.

4.3.3   DMRLoads200 7: Intermittent Discharges

       This section describes database corrections made for intermittent discharges in
DMRLoads2007'. As described in Sections 3.2.1.3 and 3.2.3.2 of the 2009 SLA Report (U.S.
EPA, 2009), in PCSLoadCalculator2007 and the ICIS-NPDES Load Calculator EPA assumes
that all discharges in PCS  and ICIS-NPDES are continuous. During previous annual reviews,
EPA identified facility discharges that are intermittent and therefore overestimated by the Load
Calculator. EPA calculated annual loads for these discharges based on information obtained from
the facility  on the frequency and duration  of wastewater discharges. EPA made these corrections
in PCSLoadCalculator2007 for the PCS data and in DMRLoadsAnalysis2007 for the ICIS-
NPDES data.

4.3.4   DMRLoads200 7: Excluded Pollutant Parameters

       This section describes database corrections made to exclude water quality parameters
(e.g., dissolved oxygen and temperature),  specific chemicals  (e.g., phenol), bulk parameters (e.g.,
biochemical oxygen demand), and flow from the annual load calculation inDMRLoads20007.
As described  in Sections 3.2.1.3  and 3.2.3.2 of the 2009 SLA Report (U.S. EPA, 2009), facilities
report pollutant mass quantities, pollutant concentrations, and wastewater flow rates to PCS and
ICIS-NPDES using a variety of units. EPA's PCS CNVRT program and the ICIS-NPDES
Convert Module convert the discharges into standard units of kilograms per day (kg/day) for
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(MOD) for flow rates. However, some parameters are reported in units that cannot be converted
into kg/day or mg/L (e.g. temperature and pH). EPA excluded these parameters from the
screening-level  analysis. Table B-3 of Appendix B lists the excluded parameters.

4.3.5  DMRLoads200 7: Flow Corrections

       This section describes database changes made to flows in the PCSLoadCalculator2007
databases that impacted EPA's 2009 screening-level review of the DMRLoads2007 database.
PCSLoadCalculator2007 assumes that any flow rate reported over 5,000 MGD is actually
gallons per day  (GPD), and divides the reported flow by one million. For flows ranging from
1,300 to 5,000 MGD, EPA compared units for flow permit limits to verify the units reported in
PCS and made corrections on a case-by-case basis. EPA determined that all flows between 1,300
and 5,000 MGD reported by all facilities except facilities reporting SIC code 4911, Electrical
Services, in Ohio were actually in GPD. EPA corrected 1,015 flows between 1,300 and 5,000
MGD.

4.3.6  DMRLoads200 7: Pollutant Corrections

       This section describes database changes made to discharges of specific pollutants
reported to the DMR for EPA's 2009 screening-level review in the DMRLoads2007 database.

       During the reasonableness checks of the PCS CNVRT output, EPA identified unusually
high mercury concentrations reported to PCS by facilities located in Ohio in the PCS CNVT
output. These facilities reported mercury discharges using PRAM 50092 (Mercury Total Low
Level). The PRAM 50092 concentrations in the 2004 CNVRT output ranged from 0.2 to 673
mg/L.  EPA contacted the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) to determine the
correct reporting units for PRAM 50092  (Finseth, 2007). An Ohio EPA representative explained
that Ohio EPA started requiring low level mercury analyses in 2002. At that time, some facilities
had limits in micrograms per liter (ug/L). Currently, all of the limits are in nanograms per liter
(ng/L).

       As a result of this contact, EPA concluded that the units for the PRAM 50092
concentrations for the 2004 PCS  data should be ng/L, not mg/L. The PRAM 50092
concentrations in the 2007 CNVRT output ranged from 0.0035 to 260,000 mg/L with greater
than 99 percent of these concentrations between 0.5 and 800 mg/L. Based on this distribution,
EPA concluded that the error for the 2004 data persisted in 2007. Therefore, EPA corrected the
concentrations by dividing all concentrations for PRAM 50092 in PCSLoadCalculator2007 by
one million. EPA did not make any corrections to the ICIS-NPDES Pollutant Loading Tool
because Ohio 2007 DMR data are only in PCS.

4.3.7  DMRLoads200 7: Data Quality Review

       EPA evaluated the quality of the PCS and ICIS-NPDES DMR data for use in
DMRLoads2007 as part of the 2009 screening-level review. This evaluation considered data
completeness, accuracy, reasonableness,  and comparability. The Quality Assurance Project Plan
for the 2009 Annual Screening-Level Analysis of TRI and PCS Industrial Category Discharge
Data describe the quality objectives in more detail (ERG, 2009). EPA conducted quality reviews
for four stages of the development ofDMRLoads2007: PCS CNVRT program output;  ICIS-

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NPDES Convert Module output; PCSLoadCalculator2007 and the ICIS-NPDES Pollutant
Loading Tool output; and DMRLoads2007 results. The following discussion provides an
overview of the quality review steps for each stage:

       •      ICIS-NPDES Convert Module output. EPA conducted an initial quality review
             of the extracted ICIS-NPDES DMR data to evaluate its completeness,
             reasonableness, and comparability. For completeness, EPA compared the number
             of major facilities and the universe of SIC codes in the 2007 ICIS-NPDES DMR
             data to the PCS DMR data in 2004, the last complete DMR data set for ICIS-
             NPDES states. The 2007 ICIS-NPDES data had at least as many majors and SIC
             codes as PCS in 2004. Additionally, EPA verified that, while PCS 2004 had more
             parameter codes than ICIS-NPDES in 2007, all commonly reported parameters
             are present in the 2007 ICIS-NPDES DMR data.

             EPA reviewed the DMR data for reasonableness to identify any data quality
             issues, such as misreported units that the ICIS-NPDES Convert Module did not
             correct. EPA identified several wastewater flows that exceeded the reasonable
             range. EPA reviewed these flows and developed the flow correction function for
             the ICIS-NPDES Convert Module (described in Section 3.2.3 of the 2009 SLA
             Report (U.S. EPA, 2009)). This function is designed to identify data entry errors
             for flows greater than 1,000 MOD. The ICIS-NPDES Convert Module corrects all
             flows exceeding 5,000 MGD, and applies more conservative criteria to correct
             flows from 1,000 to 5,000 MGD. The ICIS-NPDES Convert Module made the
             following corrections to ICIS-NPDES wastewater flows:
             —     1,113 corrections based on month-to-month variations;
             —     1,605 corrections based on comparing flows to design flows; and
             —     142 corrections based on assuming that flows exceeding 5,000 MGD are
                   reported in units of GPD.

             EPA also evaluated the comparability of the extracted 2007 ICIS-NPDES DMR
             data to the 2004 PCS data. EPA determined that most of the average loads and
             concentrations in ICIS-NPDES are within one order of magnitude of the 2004
             PCS data. However, the maximum loads and concentrations indicate that there
             may be some unreasonable values in the 2007 ICIS-NPDES DMR data. EPA
             verified the unit conversions used in the ICIS-NPDES Convert Module and for
             this reason concluded that the unreasonable flows and pollutant measurements are
             likely the result of data entry errors and are not the result of any errors in the
             ICIS-NPDES Convert Module functions.

       •      Load Calculator routines. EPA's quality review for the Load Calculator routines
             included accuracy checks for database queries onPCSLoadCalculator2007. EPA
             reviewed the programming code used to develop each query to verify the logic
             and verified that the number of records in the output table equaled the number of
             records in intermediate queries to ensure that no data were missing and that there
             were no duplicate data. EPA also verified the Load Calculator routine in the ICIS-
             NPDES Pollutant Loading Tool. EPA created a query-based system and
             compared the annual loads calculated by the queries to those calculated by the
             ICIS-NPDES Pollutant Loading  Tool. The output from the queries was identical

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to that of the ICIS-NPDES Pollutant Loading Tool. In addition, EPA performed
hand calculations to verify the accuracy of the PCSLoadCalculator2007 and
ICIS-NPDES Load Calculator Module outputs during reviews of facility
discharges for DMRLoads2007 results.

DMRLoads2007 results. EPA's quality review of the DMRLoads2007 results
included the following:
—     Completeness checks. EPA compared counts of dischargers in
       DMRLoads2007 to PCSLoads2004 to describe the completeness of the
       database. There were 2,027 facilities that reported a load to
       PCSLoads2004 and 2,018 facilities that reported a load to
       DMRLoads2007'. Therefore, EPA determined DMRLoads2007 was
       complete.

—     Accuracy of facility discharges. EPA reviewed the accuracy of facilities'
       discharges that had the greatest impact on total category loads and
       category rankings to identify possible calculation errors. EPA reviewed
       monthly information in PCS and ICIS-NPDES, measurement data
       available on EPA's Envirofacts web  page, and information from the
       facility's NPDES permit. In some cases, EPA contacted facilities to verify
       the monthly measurements in their DMR. Section 4.3.8 describes EPA's
       review of facility discharges in more detail.

—     Accuracy of category discharges. EPA reviewed the accuracy of category
       discharges by verifying that pollutant discharges in PCS and ICIS-NPDES
       were assigned to the appropriate point source category. EPA used
       engineering judgment to determine if the pollutant discharge was
       reasonably associated with the point  source category. Section 4.3.1
       discusses facility-level and pollutant-level category assignments.

—     Accuracy of database queries. EPA's quality review for the development
       ofDMRLoads2007 included accuracy checks for database queries in
       DMRLoadsAnalysis2007 andDMRLoads2007. Documentation of
       accuracy checks is provided in a QC table in each Microsoft Access™
       database.

—     Reasonableness of pollutant loads. EPA reviewed the Load Calculator
       output (i.e., the calculated kg/year for each pollutant at each discharge
       pipe and monitoring location) for those pollutant discharges with the
       highest toxic-weighted loads (e.g., dioxins, PCBs, and mercury).  To
       identify possible errors in recording units of measure, EPA identified
       calculated discharges that were orders of magnitude higher than previous
       years' discharges or other facilities within the same category. EPA
       reviewed quantities or concentrations and flows that the
       PCSLoadCalculator2007 and ICIS-NPDES Pollutant Loading Tool
       databases used to calculate the annual discharge. EPA compared these
       measurements with measurements available on EPA's Envirofacts web
       page. If the measurements were similar then EPA concluded that the

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                    output was acceptable. If the data did not match between the databases and
                    Envirofacts, EPA corrected the data to match Envirofacts. When EPA was
                    unsure what the correct data were, EPA contacted the facility for more
                    information (see Section 4.3.8).

             —    Reasonableness of facility loads. EPA identified facility discharges with
                    the highest TWPE. EPA identified facilities for review whose pollutant
                    discharges accounted for more than  95 percent of the TWPE for its point
                    source category. EPA compared 2007 PCS and ICIS-NPDES data to other
                    available information, such as information from EPA's Envirofacts web
                    page, the facility's NPDES permit, and discussion with the facility
                    contact.

             —    Comparability. EPA compared DMRLoads2007 to PCSLoads2004 and
                    PCSLoads2002 to identify pollutant discharges or wastewater flows that
                    differ more than the year-to-year variation of other chemicals and
                    facilities. EPA used this comparison to determine if quantity,
                    concentration, or flow corrections were needed for facility discharges with
                    the highest TWPE. If the comparison was unavailable (e.g., the pollutant
                    was not previously reported) EPA contacted the facility.

4.3.8   DMRLoads200 7: Facility Reviews

       EPA reviewed the accuracy of facility  discharges that had the greatest impact on total
category loads and category rankings in DMRLoads2007'. EPA reviewed facilities with the
highest toxic-weighted discharges of individual pollutant parameters. For the identified facilities,
EPA used the following steps to review the accuracy of the loads calculated from PCS and ICIS-
NPDES data:

       1.     Reviewed database corrections for PCSLoads2004, PCSLoads2002, and
             PCSLoads2000 to determine whether corrections were made during previous
             reviews and evaluated whether EPA should apply these corrections to the 2007
             DMR discharges.

       2.     Reviewed 2007 DMR data, hand calculated annual  pollutant loads, and compared
             results to loads  calculated by PCSLoadCalculator2007and the ICIS-NPDES
             Pollutant Loading tool, and stored in DMRLoads2007'.

       3.     Reviewed PCS  and ICIS-NPDES pipe description information available in PCS,
             EPA's on-line Envirofacts data system, ICIS-NPDES supporting tables, or from
             the facility's NPDES permit to identify monitored pollutant discharges that are:
             —    Intermittent (e.g., tidal,  seasonal, or  occur after a storm event);
             —    Internal monitoring locations from which wastewater is combined with
                    other waste streams and monitored again, resulting in double counting
                    loads; and
             —    Not representative of category discharges (e.g., storm water runoff from
                    non-process areas, non-contact cooling water, or wastewater related to
                    operations in another point source category).

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Table 4-3 presents EPA's facility review and corrections made to the DMRLoads2007 database.

4.4    Corrections to the TRIReleases2007 Database

       EPA developed the TRIReleases2007 database as part of the 2009 annual review using
the methodology explained in the 2009 SLA Report (U.S. EPA, 2009).

       During previous screening-level analyses, EPA identified numerous facility-specific
corrections for TRI data reported for calendar years 2002 through 2005. Several of these
corrections similarly apply to the 2007 TRI data. In addition, EPA reviewed the quality of the
2007 TRI data and discharges from facilities with discharges that have the greatest impact on
total category loads and category rankings. Table B-l in Appendix B of this report lists all
corrections made to the 2007 TRI data.

4.4.1   TRIReleases2007: Categorization of Discharges

       This section describes database corrections to categorization of facilities and pollutant
discharges in TRIReleases2007'. Section 4 of the 2009 SLA Report describes the development of
the NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk, which EPA uses to link between facility NAICS
codes and categories with existing ELGs (U.S. EPA, 2009). Because most point source
categories are not defined by NAICS code, the relationship between NAICS code and point
source category is not a one-to-one correlation. A single NAICS code may include facilities in
more than one point source category, and associating an NAICS code with only one category
may be an over simplification. Also, many facilities have operations subject to more than one
point source category. Further, facilities in some categories report a variety of NAICS codes that
do not correlate directly to a point source category, precluding identification by NAICS code
(e.g., Centralized Waste Treatment facilities).  Section 5 of the 2009 SLA Report describes the
database changes, summarized below (U.S. EPA, 2009):

       •      Facility-Level Point Source Category Assignment. For some NAICS codes that
              include facilities subject to guidelines from more than one point source category,
              EPA was able to assign each facility to the category that best applied to the
              majority of its discharges. EPA reviewed information available about each facility
              to determine which point source category applied to the facility's operations.

       •      Pollutant-Level Point Source Category Assignment. Many facilities have
              operations subject to more than one point source category. For most of these
              facilities, EPA cannot divide the pollutant discharges among the applicable point
              source categories. Two exceptions where EPA was able to assign wastewater
              discharges of certain chemicals to the appropriate point source category include
              OCPSF/Pesticides and MP&M/Metal Finishing:
              —    OCPSF/Pesticides. EPA removed all pesticide discharges from OCPSF
                    and counted them as discharges from the Pesticides Chemicals Point
                    Source Category.

              —    MP&M/Metal Finishing. EPA used the methodologies  described in
                    Section 4 of the 2009 SLA Report to apportion pollutant loads between the
                    MP&M and Metal Finishing Point Source Categories.

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Table 4-3. Summary of DMRLoads2007 Facility Review
Facility
Blue Heron Paper Company




Cargill Fertilizer, Inc. - Riv

CF Industries -
Donaldsonville
Clean Harbors White Castle
LLC


Climax Mine

Location
Oregon City, OR




Hillsborough
County, FL

Donaldsonville,
LA
Iberville Parish,
LA


Summit County,
CO

Point Source
Category
Pulp and
Paperboard




Phosphate
Manufacturing

Fertilizer
Manufacturing
CWT


Ore Mining and
Dressing

Pollutant(s) in
Question
Methylmercury




Phosphorous

Nitrogen, Ammonia
Benzidine


Molybdenum

Review Findings
Methylmercury concentrations in
PCSLoadCalculator2007 are
1,000 times higher than the
concentrations in Envirofacts.
Envirofacts methylmercury
concentrations are in ng/L but
were entered into
PCSLoadCalculator2007 as
ug/L. Facility contact verified
units should be ng/L.
Facility reports DRID 1 (monthly
cone.) and A (annual quan.) with
annual loads that do not equal.
DMR is counting both DRIDs
instead of just one also. Unable
to determine the correct DRID to
use based on Envirofacts.
Maximum quantities are less than
average quantities. Suspect that
some average quantities should
be divided by 10. Envirofacts has
the same quantities.
The permitted benzidine limit is
three orders of magnitude lower
than the concentrations in
PCSLoadCalculator2007.
Facility contact said that
benzidine was ND (Ourso, 2009).
This is a molybdenum mine.
Units are consistent with
Envirofacts and permit reporting
limits. Permit/fact sheet contains
self-monitoring data that agrees
with the values reported to PCS
(CO DPS, 2004; Climax
Molybdenum Company, 2002).
Action Taken/
Database Correction
Database Change: Correct
methylmercury concentrations




None

None.
Database Change: Revise
benzidine concentrations to zero


None


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                                              Table 4-3. Summary of DMRLoads2007 Facility Review
                Facility
    Location
  Point Source
   Category
   Pollutant(s) in
     Question
        Review Findings
          Action Taken/
       Database Correction
       Doe Run Resources Co
Viburnum, MO
Ore Mining and
Dressing
Lead
This is a lead or zinc mine based
on SIC code. Units are consistent
with Envirofacts and permit
reporting limits (0.005 mg/L to
0.8 mg/L).
None
       Dyno Nobel, Inc.
Carthage, MO
Explosives
Manufacturine
Nitrogen, Ammonia
For pram 00610, each outfall
reports 6 months under DRID B
and 6 months under DRID C.
Flows for some months are 1,000
times greater than other months.
Database Change: Change DRID B
and D to C for PRAM 00610 and
divide affected flows by 1,000.
       Envirosystems Incorporated
Hampton, NH
Independent
And Stand
Alone Labs
Cadmium
Review of fact sheet shows that
facility incorrectly reported flows
in GPD instead of MOD for
certain months (U.S. EPA
Region 1, 2006).
Database Change: Correct flows
for the affected monitoring periods
oo
       Front St. Remedial Action
Kansas City, MO
Waste
Combustors
Dioxin
Facility is a superfund site, and
operated in the past as both a
waste combustor and CWT.
Currently treating groundwater
contaminated by organics and
inorganics. Three of fourdioxin
concentrations in 2007 were
above the detection limit and the
MDL. Concentrations were
provided by permitting authority.
Detected dioxin in Q2 2007 and
Q3 and Q4 were ND. Lab did not
analyze wastewater for dioxin for
Ql (Auchterlonie, 2009).
Database Change: Revise SIC code
to link to superfund category

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                                         Table 4-3. Summary of DMRLoads2007 Facility Review
Facility
GE Silicones, LLC
General Electric - Erie
Golden Eagle Refinery
IMC - Phosphates
Company
Innovia Films
Location
Friendly, WV
Erie, PA
Martinez, CA
Donaldsonville,
LA
Tecumseh, KS
Point Source
Category
OCPSF
Metal Finishing
Petroleum
Refining
Fertilizer
Manufacturing
Plastics
Molding and
Forming
Pollutant(s) in
Question
Copper
Mercury
TCDD Equivalents
Phosphorous
Carbon Bisulfide
Review Findings
Suspected copper concentrations
units error because the permit
reporting requirements are in
ug/L instead of mg/L. Facility
confirmed the units error and
provided correct concentrations
for 2 quarters. Data was reported
as ug/L not mg/L (Martin, Jason,
2009).
Facility reported 3.3 mg/L in
December 2007, reported
annually. Verified units in OTIS.
Facility said mercury should be
ng/L instead of mg/L (Verderese,
2009).
TCDD Equivalents
measurements in database are
1,000 times larger than the
concentrations in Envirofacts.
The units for concentrations in
Envirofacts are in pg/L.
Highest phosphorous loads are
from outfall 002. Loads are
approximately the same using the
quantity and the concentration
calculations. Loads also are
comparable to PCSLoads2004.
One monthly concentration
appears to be 100 times higher
than the other months in 2007
and 2004. Facility contact
provided corrected
concentrations for April and May
that were units errors (Martin,
Tony, 2009).
Action Taken/
Database Correction
Future Database Change: Revise
copper concentrations
Future Database Change: Revise
mercury concentration
Database Change: Correct TCDD
Equivalents measurements
None
Database Change: Correct carbon
disulfide concentrations
VO

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                                         Table 4-3. Summary of DMRLoads2007 Facility Review
Facility
Jackson County
LAC Minerals
Morgan's Point Plant
Northshore Mining/Silver
BayP
PEPCO-Benning
Location
Pascagoula, MS
Central City, SD
Morgan's Point,
TX
Silver Bay, MN
Washington, DC
Point Source
Category
Fertilizer
Manufacturing
Ore Mining
OCPSF
Ore Mining and
Dressing
Steam Electric
Power
Generation
Pollutant(s) in
Question
Phosphorous
Cyanide
Chlorine
Copper
Arochlor 1260
Review Findings
Concentrations in Envirofacts
match concentrations in
PCSLoadCalculator2007.
A review of the permit and fact
sheet indicated that the outfall
STR is an in-stream monitoring
location and therefore should be
excluded from the facility's loads
(LAC Minerals, 2005).
The monthly average flow for
March 2007 was 10,000 times
higher than the monthly
maximum flow for that month
and the flows for the rest of the
year.
This is a taconite mine. Units are
consistent with Envirofacts and
permit reporting limits. The
calculation relies on only one
reported measurement when the
permit shows facility must
monitor monthly.
A review of OTIS data shows
that all PCBs were reported as
BDL with "<" and a
concentration. The data in ICIS-
NPDES did not include the less
than signs. Because all monthly
values are BDL, using the hybrid
method all PCB loads should be
zero.
Action Taken/
Database Correction
None
Database Change: Change MLOC
to Z (excluded from database)
outfall STR
Database Change: Correct March
2007 flow
None
Database Change: Zero all PCB
(PRAM codes 39508, 39504, and
39496) loads
to
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Table 4-3. Summary of DMRLoads2007 Facility Review
Facility
Prasa El Yunque Filtration
Plant
Rhone-Poulenc Basic
Chemicals
Sabic Innovate Plastics
SIGECO FB Cully Station
Tampa Bay Desal
Location
Rio Grande, PR
Baton Rouge, LA
Ottawa, IL
Newburgh, IN
Tampa Bay, FL
Point Source
Category
Drinking Water
Treatment
Inorganic
Chemicals
Manufacturing
OCPSF
Steam Electric
Power
Generation
Drinking Water
Treatment
Pollutant(s) in
Question
Copper
Phosphorus, Total
(asP)
Hexachlorobenzene
Aluminum
Chloride
Review Findings
Review of the 2007
concentration data in OTIS
indicated that February through
August, November, and
December copper concentrations
were reported in ug/L but were in
the ICIS-NPDES database as
mg/L.
A review of the facility's
discharges and Envirofacts data
shows the phosphorous
concentrations should be in pg/L
rather than ug/L.
Review of concentration data for
OTIS showed that the data were
missing '<' signs for every
month reported for all parameters
except for copper.
For aluminum, the concentration
for 10 months is 1,000 times
higher than the Form 2C data
(2006) and 2006/2008 data in
OTIS. Silver, arsenic, and
cadmium concentrations are
suspected units error based on the
Form 2C data. Corrected
concentrations to correspond to
Form 2C data (SIGECO, 1994).
Previous review identified a
mismatch between flows and
concentrations. NPDES permit
fact sheet indicated the flow is
diluted by 70 percent from the
plant outfall to the final outfall
(FLDEP, 2001).
Action Taken/
Database Correction
Database Change: Revise affected
copper concentrations by 1,000
Database Change: Revise
Phosphorus, Total (As P)
concentrations
Database Change: Zero all loads
except for copper
Database Change: Revise metal
concentrations
Database Change: Divide monthly
flows by 70

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                                               Table 4-3. Summary of DMRLoads2007 Facility Review
Facility
Tosco Refinery (Rodeo)
USA Holston Army Ammo
Plant Area
Westvaco Texas, L.P.
Wise Alloys LLC
Location
Rodeo, CA
Kingsport, TN
Evadale, TX
Muscle Shoals,
AL
Point Source
Category
Petroleum
Refining
Explosives
Manufacturing
Pulp, Paper
And Paperboard
Aluminum
Forming
Pollutant(s) in
Question
TCDD Equivalents
RDX, Total
TCDD Equivalents
Nitrogen, Nitrate
Total (as N)
Review Findings
TCDD equivalents measurements
in database are 1,000 times larger
than the concentrations in
Envirofacts. The units for
concentrations in Envirofacts are
in pg/L.
Facility contact said the
December 2007 value was RDX,
Total production instead of
effluent concentration. Contact
provided correct concentration
(House, 2009).
Concentrations in
PCSLoadCalculator2007 are
1,000 times larger than the
concentrations in Envirofacts.
The units for concentrations in
Envirofacts are in pg/L. Facility
contact also said all quarters were
ND, even though the fourth
quarter did not have a '<'
indicator (Davis, 2009).
The facility reported two DRIDs:
1 (monthly cones.) and Q
(quarterly quan.). Unable to
determine the difference between
DRIDs. Envirofacts does not
have the permit/fact sheet.
Action Taken/
Database Correction
Database Change: Revise TCDD
equivalents concentrations
Database Change: Revise RDX,
Total December 2007
concentration
Database Change: Revise TCDD
equivalents concentrations
Future Database Change: Add <
indicator to fourth quarter 2007
TCDD equivalents concentration
None
to
to
       BDL - Below detection limit.
       CWT - Centralized waste treaters.
       MDL - Minimum detection limit.
       ND-Non-detect
       OCPSF - Organic chemicals, plastics, and synthetic fibers.
       PCB - Polychlorinated biphenyl.

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       •      Categories Not Identified by NAICS Code (e.g., Centralized Waste Treatment,
             Waste Combustor, and Landfills). The NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
             does not assign any NAICS codes to the Centralized Waste Treatment (CWT)
             Point Source Category (40 CFR Part 437), Waste Combustor Point Source
             Category (30 CFR Part 444), or Landfills Category (40 CFR Part 445).
             Furthermore, the applicability of these three regulations are not defined by
             NAICS codes and no NAICS code properly describes the CWT, waste combustor,
             or landfill services. EPA identified specific facilities as CWTs during previous
             category reviews and assigned these CWT facilities a placeholder NAICS code of
             "CWT," putting them in the CWT Point Source Category. EPA also identified
             specific facilities as waste combustors during previous category reviews and
             assigned these waste combustor facilities a placeholder NAICS code of "WC,"
             putting them in the Waste Combustor Point Source Category. The remaining
             facilities were categories as the Landfills Point Source Category. In addition, for
             the TRIReleases2007 database, EPA categorized the facilities reporting the
             following six NAICS  codes into the CWT, Landfills, or Waste Combustors Point
             Source Categories based on the  specific operations at the facility:
             —    562112: Hazardous Waste Collection;
             —    562211: Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal;
             —    562213: Solid Waste Combustors and Incinerators;
             —    562219: Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal; and
             —    562920: Materials Recovery Facilities.

4.4.2   TRIReleases200 7: Pollutant Corrections

       This section describes database corrections made to discharges of specific pollutants
reported to the TRI for EPA's 2009 screening-level review in the TRIReleases2007 database.

       •      Metal Compounds. For TRI reporting, facilities may be required to report
             discharges of a metal (e.g., zinc) and its compounds (e.g., zinc compounds) on a
             single reporting form. Because the release quantity for the metal compound
             reporting is based on the mass of the parent metal, EPA uses the parent metal
             TWF to calculate TWPE for the metal and metal compound discharges. For
             ranking purposes, EPA combined the TWPEs for the metal and metal compounds
             (i.e., TWPE reported for "zinc and zinc compounds"). For more details on this
             correction, see Section 3.4.4 of the 2009 SLA Report (U.S. EPA, 2009).

       •      Sodium Nitrite. For TRI reporting, sodium nitrite release quantities are reported as
             the mass of the sodium nitrite. Sodium nitrite is an ionic salt that will fully
             dissociate into nitrite and sodium ions in aqueous solutions. In addition, the nitrite
             ions are unstable in water and will oxidize to nitrate. Therefore, EPA converted
             the pounds of TRI-reported sodium nitrite discharges to pounds of nitrogen in the
             discharge and used the TWF for "nitrate as N" (0.0032) to calculate TWPE for
             sodium nitrite. In addition, EPA also used the POTW removal for nitrate to
             account for the removal of sodium nitrite in POTWs.
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       •     Phosphorus (Yellow or White). Yellow and white phosphorus, both allotropes of
             elemental phosphorus, are hazardous chemicals that spontaneously ignite in air.
             During the 2006 screening-level review, EPA determined that facilities were
             incorrectly reporting discharges of total phosphorus (i.e., the phosphorus portion
             of phosphorus-containing compounds) as phosphorus (yellow or white) (U.S.
             EPA, 2006b). Therefore, EPA deleted all phosphorus (yellow or white) discharges
             reported to TRI for the 2009 screening-level review.

4.4.3  TRIReleases200 7: Data Quality Review

       EPA evaluated the quality of TRI data for use in the 2009 screening-level review and
prioritization of loadings of toxic and non-conventional pollutants discharged by industrial
categories based on completeness, accuracy, reasonableness, and comparability. The Quality
Assurance Project Plan for the 2009 Annual Screening-Level Analysis of TRI, ICIS-NPDES, and
PCS Industrial Category Discharge Data describes the quality objectives in more detail (ERG,
2009). The following discussion provides an overview of the quality review steps:

       •     Completeness Checks. EPA compared counts of facilities in TRIReleases2007 to
             TRIReleases2005, TRIReleases2004, TRIReleases2003, and TRIReleases2002 to
             describe the completeness of the database. The comparison showed that for 72
             percent of the point source categories or SIC code groupings, the number of
             facilities reporting wastewater discharges changed by less than 25 percent from
             2005 to 2007. EPA also determined that most NAICS codes exhibiting a large
             percentage change did so because  only a few facilities in these NAIC codes
             reported discharges (e.g., a change from one facility to three facilities is
             equivalent to a 200 percent increase).

       •     Accuracy of Facility Discharges. EPA identified facilities with the highest TWPE
             loadings. EPA identified facilities  for review whose pollutant discharges
             accounted for more than 95 percent of the TWPE for their point source category.
             EPA compared 2007 TRI data to other available information, such as PCS and
             ICIS-NPDES, information from EPA's Envirofacts web page, the facilities'
             NPDES  permits, and discussion with facility contacts.

       •     Accuracy of Category Discharges. EPA reviewed the accuracy of category
             discharges by verifying that pollutant discharges in TRI were assigned to the
             appropriate point source category.  EPA used engineering judgment to determine
             if pollutant discharges were reasonably associated with the point source category.

       •     Accuracy of Database Queries. EPA's quality review for the development of
             TRIReleases2007 included accuracy checks for database queries in
             TRICalculations2007 and TRIReleases2007'. Documentation of accuracy checks is
             provided in a QC table in each Microsoft Access™ database.

       •     Comparability.  EPA compared TRIReleases2007 to TRIReleases2005,
             TRIReleases2004, TRIReleases2003 and TRIReleases2002 to identify pollutant
             discharges that differ more than the year-to-year variation of other chemicals and
             facilities. From the comparison, EPA determined that 42 percent of the pollutants

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              discharged in both 2007 and 2005 had a change of less than 50 percent in the
              quantity discharged. EPA also determined that most of the pollutants with a large
              percentage change reflected initial discharges of small quantities. In addition,
              most of these pollutant discharges resulted in small TWPEs.

4.4.4  TRIReleases200 7: Facility Reviews

       Table 4-4 presents EPA's TRI facility review and corrections made to the
TRIReleases2007 database. EPA reviewed the accuracy of calculated discharges from facilities
with discharges that have the greatest impact on total category loads and category rankings. EPA
used the following criteria to select facilities for review:

       •       Facilities with the highest toxic-weighted discharges of all facilities reporting to
              TRI for reporting year 2007;
       •       Facilities with the highest toxic-weighted discharges of individual chemicals that
              contribute the majority of the toxic-weighted discharges for all categories; and
       •       Facilities with the highest toxic-weighted discharges from categories that
              contribute the majority of the toxic-weighted discharges for all categories.

       For the identified  facilities, EPA used the following steps to review the accuracy of the
loads calculated from TRI data.

       1.      Review database corrections for TRIReleases2005, TRIReleases2004,
              TRIReleases2003, TRIReleases2002, and TRIReleases2000 to determine whether
              corrections were made during previous reviews and evaluate whether these
              corrections should be applied to TRIReleases2007'.

       2.      Review discharges reported to TRI for other reporting years (i.e., 2000, 2002,
              2003, 2004 and 2005) and compare to discharges reported to TRI for reporting
              year 2007.

       3.      Review 2007 discharge monitoring report data in PCS and ICIS-NPDES, if
              available, to hand-calculate annual pollutant loads and compare to discharges
              reported to TRI for reporting year 2007.

       4.      Contact the facility to verify whether the pollutant discharges are reported
              correctly.

4.4.5  Trends in TRI Data

       EPA has identified a consistent decrease every year since 2002 in the total number of
facilities reporting to TRI and the number of facilities reporting discharges to TRI. Table 4-5
illustrates the decrease for each year since 2002.
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                                             Table 4-4. Summary of TRIReleases2007 Facility Review
Facility Name
Dow Chemical Co
Eastman Kodak Co Kodak
Park
LNVA - North Regional
Treatment Plant
Chevron Products Co. Div Of
Chevron USA Inc.
Viskase Corp
BP Products North America
Inc Toledo Refinery
Chevron Products Co.
Richmond Refinery
Dupont Chambers Works
AK Steel Corp. (Rockport
Works )
Tronox LLC
Louisiana Pigment Co LP
Facility Location
Midland, MI
Rochester, NY
Beaumont, TX
El Segundo, CA
Loudon, TN
Oregon, OH
Richmond, CA
Deepwater, NJ
Rockport, IN
Hamilton, MS
Westlake, LA
Point Source
Category
OCPSF
Metal Finishing
CWT
Petroleum
Plastics
Petroleum
Petroleum
Inorganic
Iron & Steel
Inorganic
Inorganic
Chemical(s) in
Question
Dioxin Compounds
Dioxin Compounds
PACs
Dioxin Compounds
Carbon Disulfide
Dioxin Compounds
Dioxin Compounds
PACs
Nitrate Compounds
Manganese
Compounds
Dioxin Compounds
Review Findings
Facility is continuing to review dioxin
discharges.
Detected two dioxin congeners in
2007. Facility provided water
congener distribution and
concentrations (Smith, 2009).
All PAC measurements were ND
(Eastep, 2009).
Facility said all congeners were ND
(Tea, 2009).
POTW receiving wastewater provided
monitoring data (Birkholz, 2009).
Facility estimates are extremely
conservative (Glarrow, 2009).
Facility verified dioxin load and
distribution based on historical
measured data (Ellet and Thurber,
2009).
Facility verified dioxin load and
distribution based on measured
concentrations (O'Hare and Howell,
2009b).
All PAC measurements were ND in
New Jersey DMR database (Krejci,
2009).
Facility provided revised load.
Facility previously calculated load
assuming it was a leap year (McCoy,
2009).
Facility provided monitoring data that
verified load (Dickerson, 2009).
Facility provided water congener
distribution (Kashyap, 2009).
Actions Taken/Database
Correction
No change - on hold pending facility
response.
Database Change: Revise dioxin load
and distribution
Database Change: Zero PACs load
Database Change: Zero dioxin load
Database Change: Revise carbon
disulfide load
None
None
Database Change: Zero PACs load
Database Change: Revise nitrate
compounds load
None
Database Change: Revise dioxin
distribution
to
      CWT - Centralized waste treaters.
      OCPSF - Organic chemicals, plastics, and synthetic fibers.
      PACs - Polycyclic aromatic compounds.
      ND-Non-detect.

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 Table 4-5. Number of Facilities with Data in TRI for Reporting Years 2002 Through 2007
Reporting Year
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
Number of Facilities Reporting to
TRI
24,379
23,811
23,675
23,461
22,880
21,965
Number of Facilities Reporting
Discharges to TRI
8,291
8,051
7,930
7,837
7,506
6,572
Source: TRIReleases2002_v4; TRIReleases2003_v2; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2005_v2;
TRIReleases2006_vl; and TRIReleases2007_v2.

       EPA does not have sufficient information to determine the cause of the decrease in the
number of facilities reporting to TRI over the past six years. The aggregate number of
establishments6 reported to the US Economic Census increased from 2002 to 2007. No changes
in reporting requirements occurred which can be attributed to the decrease. EPA will continue to
monitor this change in the future.

4.5    TRIReleases2007 Rankings and DMRLoads2007 Rankings

       After incorporating the changes discussed in Sections 4.3 and 4.4, EPA generated the
final versions of the TRIReleases and DMRLoads databases used for the 2009 screening-level
review: TRIReleases2007_v2 andDMRLoads2007v3. Tables C-l and C-2 in Appendix C
present the category rankings by TWPE from the TRIReleases2007_v2 and DMRLoads2007 v3
databases, respectively.  The category rankings presented in these tables reflect all the corrections
made during the 2009 screening-level reviews. Tables C-3 and C-4 in Appendix C present the
six-digit NAICS code rankings by TWPE from TRIReleases2007_v2 and the four-digit SIC code
rankings by TWPE from DMRLoads2007v3, respectively. Tables C-5 and C-6 in Appendix C
present the chemical rankings by TWPE from TRIReleases2007_v2 andDMRLoads2007 v3,
respectively.

4.6    Methodology, Data Sources, and Limitations References

       1.     Abt Associates. 2008. Memorandum to Josh Hall, U.S. EPA from Meghan Lynch,
             Sue Greco, and Emily Simmons, Abt Associates Inc. Subject: Revised Draft -
             Updating the Boron TWF. Cambridge, MA. (December). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-
             0517 DCN 06729.

       2.     Auchterlonie, Steve. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Chris
             Krejci, ERG and Steve Auchterlonie, Front St. Remedial Action. RE:  Verification
             of magnitude and basis of estimate for dioxin and dioxin-like compounds
             discharges in PCS. (March 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06636.
6 EPA reviewed only 3-digit NAICS code industry groups that were eligible for TRI reporting. Refer to Chapter 2 of
the 2009 SLA Report (EPA, 2009) for more detail.	
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3.     Birkholtz, Dave. 2009. Notes from email conversation between Eleanor Codding,
      ERG and Dave Birkholtz, Viskase Corp. RE: Request for carbon disulfide
      monitoring data for Viskase Corporation. (March 20). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517
      DCN 06634.

4.     Climax Molybdenum Company. 2002. NPDES Permit for Climax Molybdenum
      Company, Summit County, CO. (December 31). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN
      06633.

5.     CO DPS. 2004. Colorado Discharge Permit System. NPDES Permit: Climax
      Mine - Summit County, Colorado. (September 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517
      DCN 05548.

6.     Davis, Katherine. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
      Sabol, ERG and Katherine Davis, Westvaco Texas, L.P. RE: Basis of TCDD
      equivalent concentrations reported in 2007. (July 7). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517
      DCN 6547.

7.     Dickerson, Leonard. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Chris
      Krejci, ERG and Leonard Dickerson, Tronox LLC. RE: Verification of magnitude
      and basis of estimate for manganese discharges reported to TRI. (March 12).
      EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06405.

8.     Eastep, Jesse. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Chris Krejci,
      ERG and Jesse Eastep, LNVA - North Regional Treatment Plants. RE: PACs
      discharges from CWT. (March 11). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 05949.

9.     Ellet, Allen and Neil Thurber. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between
      Kurtis Blohm, ERG and Allen Ellett and Neil Thurber, BP Products North
      America Inc. Toledo Refinery. RE: Basis of dioxin load reported to TRI in 2007.
      (March 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06632.

10.    ERG. 2009a. Eastern Research Group, Inc. Revised Quality Assurance Project
      Plan for the 2009 Annual Screening-Level Analysis of TPJ, ICIS-NPDES, and
      PCS Industrial Category Discharge Data. Chantilly, VA. (September). EPA-HQ-
      OW-2008-0517 DCN 06558.

11.    FL DEP. 2001. State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Save
      our Bays, Air and Canals, Inc. vs Tampa Bay Desal and Department of
      Environmental Protection. (October 17). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06699.

12.    Glarrow, Patrick.  2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Eleanor
      Codding, ERG and Patrick Glarrow, Viskase Corp. RE: Carbon disulfide
      discharges reported to TRI by Viskase Facility in Loudoun, TN. (March 10).
      EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06634.
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13.    House, Nigel. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Jessica
      Wolford, ERG and Nigel House, USA Holston Army Ammo Plant Area. RE:
      Discussion of total RDX discharges for Holston Army Ammunition Plant. (April
      13). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06696.

14.    Kashyap, Vikram. 2009. Notes from email conversation between Vikram
      Kashyap, Louisiana Pigment Co. and Eleanor Codding, ERG. RE: Response to
      EPA Questions on 2007 TRI Dioxin Water Releases - Louisiana Pigment
      Company. (May 8). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06849.

15.    Krejci, Chris. 2009. Notes from MS Excel Sheet - DMR Data for DuPont
      Chambers Works. (February 12). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06637.

16.    LAC Minerals.  2005. NPDES Fact Sheet: LAC Minerals - Central City, South
      Dakota. (April 26). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06638.

17.    Martin, Jason. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
      Sabol, ERG and Jason Martin, MPM Silicones LLC. RE: Basis of copper (total
      recoverable) concentrations reported in 2007 DMR. (July 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-
      0517 DCN 06549.

18.    Martin, Tony. 2009. Telephone conversation with Tony Martin, Innovia Films
      Inc. RE: Discussion of Carbon Disulfide Discharges for Innovia Films Inc.
      (March 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06704.

19.    McCoy, Alan. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Kurtis Blohm,
      ERG and Alan McCoy, AK Steel Corp. (Rockport Works). RE: Basis of nitrates
      load reported to TRI in 2007.  (March 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06629.

20.    O'Hare, Dean and Troy Howell. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation
      between Kurtis Blohm, ERG and Dean O'Hare and Troy Howell, Chevron
      Products Co. Richmond Refinery. RE: Basis  of dioxin load reported to TRI in
      2007. (March 15). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517  DCN 06631.

21.    OMB.  1987. Office of Management and Budget. Standard Industrial
      Classification Manual. Washington, DC. (Unknown). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517.

22.    Ourso, Lisa Jo.  2009. Notes from Telephone  Conversation between Chris Krejci,
      ERG and Lisa Jo Ourso, Clean Harbors White Castle LLC. RE: Verification of
      magnitude of benzidine discharges in PCS. (March 12). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517
      DCN 06403.

23.    SIGECO. 1994. Form 2C: SIGECO FB Culley Station - Newburgh, IN.
      (Unknown). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0308.22.

24.    Smith,  Tom. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Chris Krejci,
      ERG and Tom Smith, Eastman Kodak Co. Kodak Park. RE: Basis of estimate for
      reported TRI discharges. (March 16). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06409.

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25.    Stuhlfauth, Gary. 2007. Notes from Telephone Conversation between TJ Finseth,
      ERG and Gary Stuhlfauth, Ohio USEPA. RE: Low level mercury discharge
      requirements on NPDES permits in Ohio. (January 22). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-
      0771-0487.

26.    Tea, Shirley. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Kurtis Blohm,
      ERG and Shirley Tea, Chevron Products Co Div of Chevron USA Inc. RE: Basis
      of dioxin load reported to TRI in 2007 for El Segundo refinery. (March 13). EPA-
      HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06630.

27.    U. S. EPA Region 1. 2006. NPDES Fact Sheet: EnviroSystems Inc. - Hampton,
      New Hampshire. (April 11). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06635.

28.    U. S. EPA. 2000. EPCRA Section 313 Guidance for Reporting Toxic Chemicals
      Within the Dioxins andDioxin-Like Compounds Category. EPA-745-B-00-021.
      Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-OW-2003-0074-1150.

29.    U. S. EPA. 2005. Draft Toxic Weighting Factor Development in Support ofCWA
      304(m) Planning Process. Washington, DC. June. EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-
      0857.

30.    U.S. EPA. 2006a. Toxic Weighting Factor Development in Support ofCWA
      304(m) Planning Process. Washington, DC. (June). EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-
      1634.

31.    U. S. EPA. 2006b. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-
      OW-2004-0032-2782.

32.    U.S. EPA. 2009. Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing
      Effluent Guidelines and Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories.
      EPA-821-R-09-007. Washington, DC. (TBD). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517. DCN
      06557.

33.    Verderese, Jim. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
      Sabol, ERG and Jim Verderese, General Electric ERIE. RE: Basis of mercury
      concentration reported in December 2007 in DMR. (July 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-
      0517 DCN 06548.
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PART II: RESULTS OF THE 2009 ANNUAL REVIEW OF
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5.     2009 ANNUAL REVIEW OF EXISTING EFFLUENT LIMITATIONS GUIDELINES AND
       STANDARDS AND RANKING OF POINT SOURCE CATEGORIES

       For the 2009 annual review, EPA conducted the following activities:

       •      Updated the reviews from previous years (i.e., revised the 2008 annual review
              results with new or corrected data);
       •      Performed new research (i.e., contacted industry to verify discharges, conducted
              literature searches, and collected additional data); and
       •      Solicited information from stakeholders through comment response and other
              stakeholder outreach (e.g., meetings with industry trade groups).

       This section presents the results of the 2009 screening-level review (Section 5.1), and
presents the prioritization of categories for the 2009 annual review (Section 5.2).

5.1    Results of the 2009 Screening-Level Review

       For the 2009 screening-level review, EPA combined the results of the
TRIReleases2007_v2 and theDMRLoads2007 v3 databases, which are described in the
Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing Effluent Guidelines and
Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories (U.S. EPA, 2009). When combining the
results of these databases, EPA made eliminated from further consideration the results for the
following:

       •      Discharges from industrial categories for which EPA is currently developing or
              revising  ELGs;
       •      Discharges from point source categories for which EPA has recently promulgated
              or revised ELGs; and
       •      Discharges from facilities determined not to be representative of their category.

Sections 5.2.1 through 5.2.3 discuss the rationale for these decisions. The final combined
database rankings represent the results of the 2009 screening-level review and are presented in
Section 5.2.4.

5.1.1   Categories for Which EPA is Currently Developing or Revising ELGs

       EPA is currently considering revisions to ELGs for Organic Chemicals, Pesticides, and
Synthetic Fibers (OCPSF) (40 CFR 414) and the Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing (40 CFR
415) Point Source Categories for facilities that produce Chlorine and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
(CCH). Because the CCH rulemaking is underway, EPA excluded discharges from these
facilities from further consideration under the current planning cycle. EPA subtracted the Toxic
Weight Pollutant Equivalent (TWPE) loads from facilities that produce chlorine or chlorinated
hydrocarbons from the OCPSF and Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing Point Source Category
loads. Because facilities that produce chlorine and chlorinated hydrocarbons are only a subset of
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the OCPSF and Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing Categories, EPA included loads for all other
facilities in these two categories in the prioritization of categories for further review7.

5.1.2   Categories for Which EPA Recently Promulgated or Revised ELGs

       For the 2009 annual review and development of category rankings, EPA excluded point
source categories for which ELGs were recently established or revised but not yet fully
implemented, or were recently reviewed in a rulemaking context where EPA decided to
withdraw the proposal and select the "no action" option. In general, EPA removes a category
from further consideration during a review cycle if EPA established, revised, or reviewed the
category's ELGs within seven years  prior to the annual review. This seven-year period allows
time for the ELGs to be incorporated into NPDES permits. For the  2009 annual review EPA
excluded from the development of category rankings any categories with ELGs established,
revised, or recently reviewed after August 2002. Table 5-1 lists these categories.

       Removing a point source category from further consideration  in the development of the
rankings does not mean that EPA eliminates the category from annual review. In cases where
EPA is aware of the growth of a new segment within such category, or where new concerns are
identified for previously unevaluated pollutants discharged by facilities in the category, EPA
would apply closer scrutiny to the discharges from the category in deciding whether to consider
it further during the current review cycle.  For example, EPA conducted the detailed study of the
coal mining industry based on comments received on the 2006 Preliminary Plan,  although the
coal mining ELGs were revised in January 2002.

 Table 5-1. Point Source Categories That Have Undergone a Recent Rulemaking or Review
40CFRPart
122 and 4 12
451
432
413, 433, and 438
420
Point Source Category
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)
Concentrated Aquatic Animal Production (or Aquaculture)
Meat and Poultry Products
Metal Products and Machinery
(including Metal Finishing and Electroplating)
Iron and Steel Manufacturing
Date of Rulemaking
November 20, 2008
August 23, 2004
September 8, 2004
May 13, 2003
October 17, 2002
Source: "Guidelines: Final, Proposed, and Under Development" at http://www.epa.gov/waterscience/guide.

5.1.3   Discharges Not Categorizable

       EPA identified discharges that are not categorizable into new point source categories or
subcategories. In particular, due to the high TWPE discharges EPA reviewed reported discharges
from a Superfund site (Auchterlonie, 2009).8 Direct discharges from Superfund sites, whether
made onsite or offsite, are subject to NPDES permitting requirements (U.S. EPA, 1988a; U.S.
EPA, 1988b). For the reasons discussed below EPA determined that these discharges do not
7 EPA is also currently revising the concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) ELG (Part 412); however, the
TWPE associated with this category is low and does not affect the prioritization of categories based on TWPE. For
more information on industries currently undergoing rulemakings, see http://www.epa.gov/guide/industry.html.
8 The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), commonly known as
Superfund, was enacted by Congress on December 11, 1980.	
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represent a point source category and excluded these TWPE from the point source category
rankings.

       EPA identified that discharges from Superfund sites are too varied to be categorized into
a point source category. In particular, these discharges vary by:

       •      Contaminants (e.g., metals, pesticides, dioxin);
       •      Treatment technologies (e.g., air stripping, granular activated carbon,
              chemical/ultra-violet oxidation, aerobic biological reactors, chemical
              precipitation); and
       •      Types of facilities causing groundwater contamination (e.g., wood treatment
              facilities, metal finishing and electroplating facilities, drum recycling facilities,
              mine sites,  mineral processing facilities, radium processing facilities).

       Moreover, the duration and volume of these direct discharges vary significantly due to
differences in aquifer characteristics and the magnitude, fate, and transport of contaminants in
aquifers and vadose zones. Currently at Superfund sites, permit writers determine technology-
based effluent limits using their best professional judgment (BPJ). EPA selects the remedial
technology and derives numerical effluent discharge limits. The permit must also contain more
stringent effluent limitations when required to comply with state water quality standards. EPA
finds that the current site-specific BPJ approach is workable and flexible within the context of a
Superfund cleanup.

5.1.4  Categories with One Facility Dominating the TWPE

       EPA identified point source  categories with significant TWPE where only one facility
was responsible for most of the TWPE reported to be discharged (i.e., where one facility's
TWPE accounted for more than 95 percent of the category TWPE, but was not the only facility
reporting discharges for the category). Table 5-2 lists these categories. EPA identified 10
facilities that dominated the TWPE in the category to which they belonged. EPA investigated
these facilities to determine if their discharges were representative of the category. If they were
not, EPA subtracted the facility's TWPE from the total category TWPE and recalculated the
category's ranking. EPA performed  this analysis separately for both of the databases. Based on
EPA's knowledge of these industries and the review of the pollutant discharges for these
facilities, EPA determined that all of the pollutant discharges are representative of the industry
and therefore, EPA did not remove the discharges from the category.

5.1.5  Results of the 2009 Screening-Level Review

       After adjusting the category  TWPE totals and rankings as described in Sections 5.2.1
through 5.2.3, EPA consolidated the DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 rankings into one list
using the following steps:
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                  Table 5-2. Point Source Categories with One Facility Dominating the TWPE Discharges
Point Source Category
Textile Mills (Part 4 10)
Independent and Stand Alone
Labs (Potential New
Category)
Canned and Preserved
Seafood Processing (Part 408)
Plastics Molding and Forming
(Part 463)
Timber Products Processing
(Part 429)
Soap and Detergent
Manufacturing (Part 417)
Ferroalloy Manufacturing
(Part 424)
Construction and
Development (Potential New
Category)
Soap and Detergent
Manufacturing (Part 417)
Tobacco Products (Potential
New Category)
Facility with Over
95% of Category
TWPE
Deroyal Textiles
Brookhaven National
Laboratory
Campbell Soup
Company
Innovia Films, Inc
Stimson Lumber Co
Bonner Mill
Stepan Company -
Elwood
Eramet Marietta Inc
Aeroquip - Vickers
Crodia Inc
Philip Morris Park 500
Site
Facility
Location
Camden, SC
Upton, NY
Napoleon,
OH
Topeka, KS
Bonner, MT
Elwood, IL
Marietta,
OH
Joplin, MO
New Castle,
DE
Chester, VA
Data
Source
DMR 2007
DMR 2007
DMR 2007
DMR 2007
DMR 2007
DMR 2007
DMR 2007
DMR 2007
TRI 2007
TRI 2007
Pollutant Driving
TWPE
Aldrin
PCBs
Hexavalent
Chromium
Carbon Disulfide
Chlorine
Hexachlorobenzene
Cadmium
Cadmium
Bis(2-chloroethyl)
Ether
Chlorine
Facility
TWPE
76,469
5,166
3,123
24,219
51,374
47,795
4,349
324
14,453
4,730
Percent of
Total
Category
TWPE
95.6%
96.5%
96.6%
98.3%
99.7%
99.96%
99.99%
99.99%
99.1%
99.4%
Action
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Did not remove load
from category TWPE
Source: TRIReleases2007 v2'wdDMRLoads2007 v3.

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       •      EPA combined the two lists of point source categories by adding each category's
              DMRLoads2007 TWPE and TRIReleases2007 TWPE9.
       •      EPA then ranked the point source categories based on total DMRLoads2007 and
              TRIReleases2007 TWPE.

       Table 5-3 presents the combined DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 rankings. These
are the final category rankings accounting for all corrections made to the databases during the
2009 screening-level review and removal of any categories and discharges as discussed in
Sections 5.2.1 through 5.2.3.

5.2    Prioritization of Categories for the 2009 Annual Review

       Based on its screening-level review, EPA was able to prioritize for further review (i.e., a
detailed study or preliminary category review) those industrial categories whose pollutant
discharges potentially pose the greatest hazards to human health or the environment because of
their toxicity (i.e., categories that collectively discharge over 95 percent of the total TWPE). EPA
also considered efficiency and implementation issues raised by stakeholders in identifying
candidates for further review. By using this multilayered screening approach, the Agency
concentrated its resources on those point source categories with the highest estimates of toxic-
weighted pollutant discharges (based on best available data), while assigning a lower priority to
categories that the Agency believes are not good candidates for ELGs  revision at this time.

       Table 5-4 lists the point  source categories with existing ELGs,  the level of review EPA
performed as part of the 2009 annual review, and how the category was identified for further
review, if applicable.

5.2.1   Detailed Study of Existing ELGs

       EPA performed detailed studies on three point source categories as part of its 2009
annual review based on the results of its 2007 and 2008 annual reviews, as shown in Table 5-4.
Because EPA data  collection was  not finished in 2008, EPA continued detailed studies of the
Steam Electric Generating Category (Part 423), Oil and Gas Extraction (Part 435) (to assess
whether to revise the limits to include coalbed methane extraction as a new subcategory), and the
Health Care Industry (includes Hospitals (Part 460)). EPA did not identify additional categories
for detailed study as part of the 2009 annual review.
9 EPA notes that this may result in "double-counting" of chemical discharges a facility reported to both PCS/ICIS-
NPDES and TRI, and "single-counting" of chemicals reported in only one of the databases. Further, the combined
databases do not count chemicals that may be discharged but are not reported to PCS/ICIS-NPDES or TPJ.	
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Table 5-3. Final DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 Combined Point Source Category Rankings
40CFR
Part
423
430
418
414
419
415
421
440
455
471
410
429
417
444
445
463
439
409
458
436
428
422
464
469
467
437
Point Source Category
Steam Electric Power Generating
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Fertilizer Manufacturing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Petroleum Refining
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Ore Mining And Dressing
Pesticide Chemicals
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Textile Mills
Timber Products Processing
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
Waste Combustors
Landfills
Plastics Molding And Forming
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Sugar Processing
Carbon Black Manufacturing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Rubber Manufacturing
Phosphate Manufacturing
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Electrical And Electronic Components
Aluminum forming
Centralized Waste Treatment
DMRLoads2007
TWPE
20,374,829 a
2,726,865 b
1,095,046
413,226 c
402,506
393,523
342,747
184,455
180,117
119,244
79,934
51,552
47,815
38,412 d
35,804 d
24,626
24,937
32,520

26,719
11,195
18,459
11,271
9,350
12,182
10,403 d
TRIReleases2007
TWPE
541,508
459,959
4,462
574,742
171,756
54,657
38,885
44,437
24,693
8,834
2,389
16,301
14,585
40
83
8,781
7,996
26
32,375
2,416
7,864
250
6,115
7,551
2,707
3,785
Total TWPE
20,916,337
3,186,823
1,099,509
987,968
574,262
448,181
381,632
228,892
204,810
128,077
82,323
67,852
62,401
38,451
35,887
33,407
32,934
32,545
32,375
29,135
19,059
18,709
17,386
16,902
14,889
14,189
Cumulative Percent
of Total TWPE
72.64
83.71
87.53
90.96
92.96
94.51
95.84
96.63
97.35
97.79
98.08
98.31
98.53
98.66
98.79
98.90
99.02
99.13
99.24
99.34
99.41
99.47
99.54
99.59
99.65
99.69
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

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Table 5-3. Final DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 Combined Point Source Category Rankings
40CFR
Part
NA
454
411
425
468
NA
NA
407
424
406
408
434
461
405
443
NA
426
457
465
435
466
446
447
460
NA
Point Source Category
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Gum And Wood Chemicals Manufacturing
Cement Manufacturing
Leather Tanning And Finishing
Copper forming
Independent And Stand Alone Labs
Tobacco Products
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
Ferroalloy Manufacturing
Grain mills
Canned And Preserved Seafood Processing
Coal Mining
Battery Manufacturing
Dairy products processing
Paving And Roofing Materials (Tars And Asphalt)
Printing & Publishing
Glass Manufacturing
Explosives Manufacturing
Coil Coating
Oil & Gas Extraction
Porcelain Enameling
Paint Formulating
Ink Formulating
Hospital
Photo Processing
DMRLoads2007
TWPE
5,842
10,478
8,960
8
2,310
5,355
3
1,757
4,349
1,984
3,232
2,294
1,096
76
1,280
999
353
785
166
256
11


15
1
TRIReleases2007
TWPE
6,576
55
452
7,802
4,951
30
4,756
2,960
340
2,084
234
493
1,642
2,402
249
110
546
14
241

164
140
20


Total TWPE
12,418
10,532
9,412
7,809
7,261
5,385
4,759
4,717
4,689
4,068
3,467
2,787
2,738
2,479
1,529
1,109
899
798
407
256
175
140
20
15
1
Cumulative Percent
of Total TWPE
99.74
99.77
99.81
99.83
99.86
99.88
99.89
99.91
99.93
99.94
99.95
99.96
99.97
99.98
99.99
99.99
99.99
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
Rank
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

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                      Table 5-3. Final DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 Combined Point Source Category Rankings
40CFR
Part
459
442

Point Source Category
Photographic
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Total
DMRLoads2007
TWPE
1
0
26,719,348
TRIReleases2007
TWPE


2,073,457
Total TWPE
1
0
28,792,806
Cumulative Percent
of Total TWPE
100.00
100.00

Rank
52
53

oo
Source:  TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads2007_v3.
NA - Not applicable; no existing ELGs apply to discharges.
a - EPA corrected a suspected units error inDMRLoads2007_v3 for FB Culley Station in Newburgh, IN (IN0002259) in the Steam Electric Power Generating
Category. EPA attempted to contact the facility but the facility never returned calls. Therefore, EPA was unable to verify the correction.
b - For the Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category, EPA contacted facilities to verify the concentrations of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds in PCS and ICIS-
NPDES. EPA found that, for all facilities contacted, there were either units errors (e.g., reported as ng/L but in the database as mg/L) or missing non-detect
indicators. The new Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category total TWPE is 252,163. See Section 12.2.2.1 for additional details on the facilities-specific
corrections.
c - EPA contacted GE Silicones in Friendly, WV (WV0000094), in the OCPSF Category and identified a units error in DMRLoads2007_v3 (Martin, 2009). The
new LEY and TWPE reported for this facility were recalculated and are now 158 and 100.3, respectively. The new OCPSF Category total TWPE is 308,946.
d - EPA also reviewed the operations of facilities reporting SIC code 4953 (Refuse Systems) and classified them into the Centralized Waste Treaters (CWT)
Category (40 CFR Part 437), Landfills Category (40 CFR Part 445), and Waste Combustors Category (40 CFR Part 444). The new TWPE for the CWT,
Landfills, and Waste Combustors Categories are 30,904; 15,303; and 3,221, respectively.

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Table 5-4. 2009 Annual Review of Categories with Existing ELGs: Level of Review
40CFR
Part
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
442
443
444
Point Source Category
Dairy Products Processing
Grain Mills Manufacturing
Fruits and Vegetable Processing
Canned and Preserved Seafood
Sugar Processing
Textile Mills
Cement Manufacturing
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations
Electroplating
Organic Chemicals, Plastics and Synthetic Fibers
Inorganic Chemicals
Soaps and Detergents Manufacturing
Fertilizer Manufacturing
Petroleum Refining
Iron and Steel Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Phosphate Manufacturing
Steam Electric Power Generation
Ferroalloy Manufacturing
Leather Tanning and Finishing
Glass Manufacturing
Asbestos Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Timber Products Processing
Pulp, Paper and Paperboard
Meat and Poultry Products
Metal Finishing
Coal Mining
Oil and Gas Extraction
Mineral Mining and Processing
Centralized Waste Treaters
Metal Products and Machinery
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Ore Mining and Dressing
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Paving and Roofing Materials (Tars and Asphalt)
Waste Combustors (Commercial Incinerators
Combusting Hazardous Waste)
Level of Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Preliminary Review
Preliminary Review
Screening-Level Review
Preliminary Review
Preliminary Review
Screening-Level Review
Preliminary Review
Screening-Level Review
Detailed Study
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Preliminary Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Detailed Study (of Coal Bed
Methane Operations)
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Preliminary Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Source of
Identification for
Further Review
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
TWPE
TWPE
NAa
TWPE
TWPE
NAa
TWPE
NAa
TWPE
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
TWPE
NAa
NAa
NAa
Comments
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
TWPE
NAa
NAa
NAa
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    Table 5-4. 2009 Annual Review of Categories with Existing ELGs: Level of Review
40CFR
Part
445
446
447
451
454
455
457
458
459
460
461
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
471
Point Source Category
Landfills
Paint Formulating
Ink Formulating
Aquatic Animal Production Industry
Gum and Wood Chemicals
Pesticide Chemicals Manufacturing
Explosives
Carbon Black Manufacturing
Photographic
Hospital
Battery Manufacturing
Plastic Molding and Forming
Metal Molding and Casting (Foundries)
Coil Coating
Porcelain Enameling
Aluminum Forming
Copper Forming
Electrical and Electronic Components
Nonferrous Metals Forming and Metal Powders
Level of Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Detailed Study (of Health
Care Industry)
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Screening-Level Review
Source of
Identification for
Further Review
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
Comments
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
NAa
a - For categories with only a screening-level review, the source of identification is not applicable, as EPA conducts
a screening-level review of all categories subject to existing effluent guidelines. The "source of identification" is
only applicable for those industries selected for further review.
NA - Not available.

       EPA's detailed studies generally examine the following: (1) wastewater characteristics
and pollutant sources; (2) the pollutants driving the toxic-weighted pollutant discharges; (3)
availability of pollution prevention and treatment; (4) the geographic distribution of facilities in
the industry; (5) any pollutant discharge trends within the industry; and (6) any relevant
economic factors. First, EPA attempts to verify the screening-level results and fill in data gaps.
Next, EPA considers costs and performance of applicable and demonstrated control technology,
process change, or pollution prevention alternatives that can effectively reduce the pollutants
remaining in the industrial category's wastewater. Last, EPA considers the affordability or
economic achievability of the technology, process change, or pollution prevention measures
identified above.

       Types of data sources that EPA may consult in conducting its detailed studies include,
but are not limited to: (1) the U.S. Economic Census; (2) TRI, PCS, and ICIS-NDPES data; (3)
trade associations and reporting facilities to verify reported releases and facility categorization;
(4) regulatory authorities (states and EPA regions) to understand how category facilities are
permitted; (5) NPDES permits and their supporting fact sheets; (6) EPA effluent guidelines
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technical development documents; (7) relevant EPA preliminary data summaries or study
reports; and (8) technical literature on pollutant sources and control technologies.

       For more information about the Oil and Gas Extraction Detailed Study (Coalbed Methane
Industry), the Health Care Industry Detailed Study, and the Steam Electric Generating Detailed
Study, see Sections 13, 14, and 15 of this report, respectively.

5.2.2   Preliminary Category Reviews

       Preliminary category reviews are similar to detailed studies and have the same purpose.
During preliminary reviews, EPA generally examines the same items listed above for detailed
studies. However, EPA's preliminary review of a category and available pollution prevention
and treatment options is less rigorous than its detailed studies. While EPA collects and analyzes
hazard and technology-based information on categories undergoing preliminary review, it
assigns a higher priority to investigating categories undergoing detailed studies.

       As shown in Table  5-4, EPA identified for preliminary review those industrial categories
currently regulated by existing  effluent guidelines that cumulatively compose more than 95
percent of the combined DMRLoads2007 and TRIReleases2007 total TWPE. EPA also reviewed
the Ore Mining and Dressing Category (40 CFR Part 440) because during previous annual
reviews, EPA has concluded that there are not sufficient data available to determine whether
wastewater discharges from the Ore Mining  and Dressing Category warrant a detailed study. In
addition to the Steam Electric Power Generating Category this list includes the following point
source categories, along with a reference to where they are discussed in this report:

       •      Fertilizer Manufacturing (Section 6.0);
       •      Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing (Section 7.0);
       •      Nonferrous  Metals Manufacturing (Section 8.0);
       •      Ore Mining and Dressing (Section 9.0);
       •      Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers (Section 10.0);
       •      Petroleum Refining (Section 11.0); and
       •      Pulp, Paper and Paperboard (Section  12.0).

EPA recently conducted detailed studies or preliminary reviews of many of the categories listed
above. Table 5-5 lists these categories and the level of review performed for its 2005 through
2008 annual reviews. For each  of these categories, because EPA's annual review builds on
previous reviews, EPA primarily looked at the pollutants reported in 2007 and their contribution
to their category's TWPE.

 Table 5-5. Previous Reviews for Point Source Categories Collectively Discharging over 95
                               Percent of the Total TWPE
40 CFR
Part
414
415
Point Source Category
Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and
Synthetic Fibers
Inorganic Chemicals
Manufacturing
Level of Review for 2005/2006
Preliminary Category Review
Preliminary Category Review
Level of Review for
2007/2008
Preliminary Category Review
Screening-Level Review a
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 Table 5-5. Previous Reviews for Point Source Categories Collectively Discharging over 95
                              Percent of the Total TWPE
40CFR
Part
418
419
420
421
423
435
440
460
Point Source Category
Fertilizer Manufacturing
Petroleum Refining
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Steam Electric
Oil and Gas Extraction
Ore Mining and Dressing
Hospitals (Health Services)
Level of Review for 2005/2006
Preliminary Category Review
Preliminary Category Review
Detailed Study
Preliminary Category Review
Detailed Study
NA
Preliminary Category Review
NA
Level of Review for
2007/2008
Screening-Level Review a
Preliminary Category Review
Preliminary Category Review
Screening-Level Review a
Detailed Study
Detailed Study
Preliminary Category Review
Detailed Study
a - EPA conducted a preliminary category review as part of the 2007 annual review, but not as part of the 2008
annual review.

5.3    2009 Annual Review References

      1.     Auchterlonie, Steve. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Chris
             Krejci, ERG and Steve Auchterlonie, Front St. Remedial Action. RE: Verification
             of magnitude and basis of estimate for dioxin and dioxin-like compounds
             discharges in PCS. (March 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06636.

      2.     Davis, Katherine. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
             Sabol, Eastern Research Group, Inc. and Katherine Davis, Westvaco Texas, L.P.
             RE: Basis of TCDD Equivalent Concentrations Reported in 2007. (July 7). EPA-
             HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06547.

      3.     Martin, Jason. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
             Sabol, Eastern Research Group, Inc. and Jason Martin, MPM Silicones LLC. RE:
             Basis of Copper (Total Recoverable)  Concentrations Reported in 2007. (July 1).
             EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06549.

      4.     McCuutchen, Kate. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
             Sabol, Eastern Research Group, Inc. and Kate McCuutchen,  Blue Heron Paper
             Co. RE: Basis of Methylmercury Concentration Reported in 2007 in DMR. (July).
             EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06546.

      5.     Schwartz, Jerry. 2009. Notes from email conversation between Carey Johnston,
             EPA and Jerry Schwartz, EPA. RE: Information in Response to EPA Questions
             on Data. EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06700-06700A2.

      6.     U. S. EPA, 1988a. CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual: Interim Final.
             EPA-540-G-89-006. OSWER Publication 9234.1-01. Washington, DC. (August).
             Available online at: www.epa.gov/superfund/resources/remedy/pdf/540g-89006-
             s.pdf.
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7.     U.S. EPA, 1988b. Guidance on Remedial Actions for Contaminated Ground
      Water at SuperfundSites. OSWER Directive 9283.1-2. EPA-540-G-88-003.
      (December). Available online at:
      www.epa.gov/superfund/resources/remedy/pdf/540g-89006-s.pdf.

8.     U.S. EPA. 2008. Coal Mining Detailed Study. EPA-821-R-08-012. Washington,
      DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-1695.

9.     U.S. EPA. 2009. Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing
      Effluent Guidelines and Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories.
      EPA-821-R-09-007. Washington, DC. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN
      06557.
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6.     FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING (40 CFR PART 418)

       EPA identified the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category (40 CFR Part 418) for preliminary
category review as part of the Preliminary 2010 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. EPA
previously reviewed discharges from fertilizer manufacturing facilities as part of each of EPA's
Preliminary and Final Effluent Guidelines Program Plans from 2004 to 2007 (U.S. EPA, 2004;
U.S. EPA, 2005; U.S. EPA, 2006; U.S. EPA, 2007). This section summarizes the 2009 annual
review of the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category.

6.1    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Background

       This subsection provides background on the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category including
a brief profile of the fertilizer manufacturing industry and background on 40 CFR Part 418.

6.1.1  Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry Profile

       The fertilizer manufacturing industry includes facilities that produce phosphorus- and
nitrogen-based fertilizers (U.S. EPA, 2006). EPA considered the following four NAICS codes as
part of the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category:

       •     311225FER: Fats and Oils Refining and Blending;
       •     325312: Phosphatic Fertilizer Manufacturing10;
       •     325311: Nitrogenous Fertilizer Manufacturing; and
       •     325314: Fertilizer (Mixing Only) Manufacturing.

       Wastewater generated by  facilities in NAICS code 311225 can be regulated under
multiple categories. EPA reviewed available information about pollutant loads and
manufacturing operations for facilities reporting this NAICS code. EPA assigned the extension
"FER" to the end of the NAICS codes of facilities that likely primarily generate wastewater
regulated by the Fertilizer Manufacturing ELGs. Most facilities in NAICS 311225  are grouped
under the Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages Potential New Point Source Category.

       Table 6-1 lists the four NAICS codes with operations in the Fertilizer Manufacturing
Category. Because facilities report SIC codes in DMRLoads2007', and the U.S. Economic Census
and TRI report data by NAICS code, EPA reclassified the 2007 DMR by the equivalent NAICS
code.
10 EPA identified an error in the TRIReleases2007_v02 database, and pollutant loads associated with NAICS code
325312 are currently associated with the Phosphate Manufacturing Point Source Category. EPA is choosing to
correct the error in future versions of the database, because the TWPE associated with NAICS code is negligible
(total of 242 TWPE/yr).	
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                  Table 6-1. Number of Fertilizer Manufacturing Facilities
NAICS Code
325311 Nitrogenous Fertilizer Manufacturing
3 1 1225FER Fats and Oils Refining and Blending
325312 Phosphatic Fertilizer Manufacturing d
3253 14 Fertilizer (Mixing Only) Manufacturing
Total
Number of Facilities
2002 U.S.
Economic Census
144
NA
45
534
>723
2007 DMR a
58 c
0
27
85
2007 TRI b
40
1
17
52
110
Source: U.S. Economic Census, 2002 (U.S. Census, 2002) TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads20007_v3.
a - Major and minor dischargers. Also, DMR data is reported by SIC code; therefore EPA used an NAICS to SIC
crosswalk for comparison purposes.
b - Releases to any media.
c - Includes facilities that EPA determined were subject to the Fertilizer Manufacturing ELGs as part of the 2006
annual review reporting SIC code 2874: Phosphatic Fertilizers (U.S. EPA, 2006).
d - EPA identified an error in the TRIReleases2007_v2 database, and pollutant loads associated with NAICS code
325312 are currently  associated with the Phosphate Manufacturing Point Source Category. EPA is choosing to
correct the error in future versions of the database, because the TWPE associated with NAICS code is negligible
(total of 240 TWPE/yr).
NA - Not applicable. This facility-specific NAICS code that EPA assigned does not correspond to NAICS code in
the 2002 U.S. Economic Census.

6.1.2  40 CFR Part 418

       EPA first promulgated ELGs for the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category (40 CFR Part
418) on April 8, 1974 (39 FR 12836) for the Basic Fertilizer Chemicals Segment and on
January 14, 1975  (40 FR 2652) for the Formulated Fertilizer Chemicals Segment.  The Fertilizer
Manufacturing ELGs are applicable to process wastewater and contaminated nonprocess
wastewater discharged from the specific subcategories listed in Table 6-2. The seven
subcategories are  based on the type of fertilizer produced (U.S. EPA, 2006). Discussion of the
pollutants regulated for each subcategory can be found in Table 5-25 of the 2004 TSD (U.S.
EPA, 2004).
             Table 6-2. Subcategories in the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category
Subpart
A
B
C
Title
Phosphate
Subcategory
Ammonia
Subcategory
Urea
Subcategory
Related SIC
Code(s)
2874: Phosphatic
Fertilizers
2873 : Nitrogenous
Fertilizers
2873 : Nitrogenous
Fertilizers
Related NAICS
Code(s)
3253 12: Phosphatic
Fertilizer
Manufacturing a
325311 Nitrogenous
Fertilizer
Manufacturing
325311 Nitrogenous
Fertilizer
Manufacturing
Description
Manufacture of sulfuric acid by sulfur
burning, wet-process phosphoric acid,
normal superphosphate, triple
superphosphate, and ammonium
phosphate.
Manufacture of ammonia.
Manufacture of urea.
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             Table 6-2. Subcategories in the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category
Subpart
D
E
F
G
Title
Ammonium
Nitrate
Subcategory
Nitric Acid
Subcategory
Ammonium
Sulfate
Production
Subcategory
Mixed Blend
Fertilizer
Production
Subcategory
Related SIC
Code(s)
2873: Nitrogenous
Fertilizers
2873: Nitrogenous
Fertilizers
2873: Nitrogenous
Fertilizers
2875: Fertilizers,
Mixing Only
Related NAICS
Code(s)
325311 Nitrogenous
Fertilizer
Manufacturing
325311 Nitrogenous
Fertilizer
Manufacturing
325311 Nitrogenous
Fertilizer
Manufacturing
3253 14 Fertilizer
(Mixing Only)
Manufacturing
Description
Manufacture of ammonium nitrate.
Production of nitric acid in
concentrations up to 68 percent.
Production of ammonium sulfate by the
synthetic process and by coke oven by-
product recovery.
Production of mixed b and blend °
fertilizer.
Source: Fertilizer Manufacturing Point Source Category - 40 CFR Part 418', Preliminary Review of Prioritized
Categories of Industrial Dischargers (U.S. EPA, 2005).
a - EPA identified an error in the TRIReleases2007_v2 database, and pollutant loads associated with NAICS code
325312 are currently associated with the Phosphate Manufacturing Category (40 CFR Part 422). EPA is choosing to
correct the error in future years of the TRI database, because the TWPE associated with NAICS code is negligible
(total of 242 TWPE).
b - Mixed fertilizer means "a mixture of wet and/or dry straight fertilizer material, mixed fertilizer materials, fillers
and additives prepared through chemical reaction to a given formulation."
c - Blend fertilizer means "a mixture of dry, straight and mixed fertilizer materials."

6.2    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category 2009 Annual Review

       This subsection discusses EPA's 2009 annual review of the Fertilizer Manufacturing
Category including the screening-level review and category-specific review.

6.2.1  Fertilizer Manufacturing 2009 Screening-Level Review

       Table 6-3 compares the screening-level results for the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category
from the 2004 and 2007 TRI and DMR databases. The combined DMR and TRI TWPE
decreased from 2004 to 2007.  However, the 2007 DMR TWPE accounts for approximately 99
percent of the combined 2007  TWPE.
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   Table 6-3. Fertilizer Manufacturing Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004 and
                                             2007
Year of Discharge
2004
2007
Year of Review
2007
2009
Fertilizer Manufacturing Category
TRI TWPE a
10,843 c
4,462
DMR TWPE b
1,168,160
1,095,046
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2007_v2; wADMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Discharges include only major dischargers.
c - EPA identified an error in the TRIReleases2007_v2 database, and pollutant loads associated with NAICS code
325312 are currently associated with the Phosphate Manufacturing Category (40 CFR Part 422). EPA is choosing to
correct the error in future years of the TRI database, because the TWPE associated with NAICS code is negligible
(total of 242 TWPE).

6.2.2  Fertilizer Manufacturing Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern

       Table 6-4 compares the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in TRIReleases2007_v2
and TRIReleases2004   v3, while Table 6-5 lists the five pollutants with the highest TWPE in
DMRLoads2007_v3 and PCSLoads2004_v4.

      Table 6-4. 2009 Review: Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant
Nitrate Compounds
Chlorine
Mercury and Mercury Compounds
Zinc and Zinc Compounds
Copper and Copper Compounds
Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compounds
Fob/cyclic Aromatic Compounds
Fertilizer Manufacturing Category
Total
2004 a
Rank
1
5
8
7
4
2
3
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
31
8
3
11
13
1
1
47 b
TWPE
3,557
1,211
140
158
1,241
1,961
1,570
10,843
2007 a
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
NR
NR
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
19
5
2
5
4
NR
NR
29 b
TWPE
2,254
653
648
240
228
NR
NR
4,462 c
Source: TRIReleases2004_v3; and TRIReleases2007_v2.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
c - EPA identified an error in the TRIReleases2007_v2 database, and pollutant loads associated with NAICS code
325312 are currently associated with the Phosphate Manufacturing Category (40 CFR Part 422). EPA is choosing to
correct the error in future years of the TRI database, because the TWPE associated with NAICS code is negligible
(total of 242 TWPE).
NA - Not applicable.
NR - Not reported.
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     Table 6-5 2009 Review: Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollutant
Fluoride
Cadmium
Aluminum
Ammonia as N
Nitrogen, nitrate total (as N)
Fertilizer Manufacturing
Category Total
2004
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant
4
2
1
19
12
22 a
TWPE
1,124,712
16,576
16,747
4,521
4,084
1,168,160
2007
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant
3
2
1
16
11
19 a
TWPE
1,055,300
25,387
10,579
2,402
782
1,095,046
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; wADMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.

       EPA identified the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category pollutants of concern based on
relative TWPE. EPA focused the 2009 annual review on discharges of fluoride from 2007 DMR
because fluoride discharges account for over 96 percent of the combined 2007 DMR and TRI
TWPE. Fluoride discharges decreased by approximately 69,000 TWPE between 2004 and 2007
in DMR. EPA did not investigate the other top pollutants as part of the 2009 annual review
because the remaining TRI and DMR TWPE is such a small percentage (4 percent)  of the
combined Fertilizer Manufacturing Category 2007 TWPE.

       6.2.2.1    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Fluoride Discharges in DMR

       According to the 2006 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan, fluoride discharges result from
phosphorous-based fertilizer manufacturing (U.S. EPA, 2006). The phosphate rock is not a pure
compound, but a fluorapitite mineral containing impurities of fluoride, iron, aluminum, silica,
and uranium.  The fluoride impurities evolve into gaseous  silicon tetrafluoride (SiF4) or gaseous
hydrofluoric acid (HF) throughout the manufacture of phosphoric acid and the processing of
phosphoric acid into triple superphosphates. The gaseous fluoride compounds are collected in a
wet scrubber unit, generating fluoride-contaminated wastewater. Additional fluoride remains in
the gypsum by-product as a variety of various fluoride compounds. The gypsum is combined
with contaminated wastewater and pumped to a storage and disposal area. Wastewater is also
generated from the storage and disposal area (U.S. EPA, 1974). For additional information about
phosphate-based fertilizer manufacturing, see Sections 8.5.1 through 8.5.3 in the 2006 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan (U.S. EPA, 2006).

       The majority (90 percent) of the fluoride discharges were from Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC in
Uncle Sam, Louisiana. Mosaic Fertilizers' Uncle Sam facility manufactures phosphate fertilizer
and would be subject to 40 CFR Part 418 Subpart A (Phosphate Subcategory). However, the
applicability of Subpart A excludes certain wet-process phosphoric acid processes from BPT,
BAT, and BCT limitations that were under construction either on or before April 8,  1974, at
plants located in the state of Louisiana. As a result, Mosaic Fertilizers' Uncle Sam facility is
excluded from Subpart A. Permit writers limit discharges from these facilities using best
professional judgment (BPJ) (see 52 FR 28428, July 29, 1987). For a portion of the  discharges
from Mosaic Fertilizers' Uncle Sam facility, BPJ permits incorporate Subpart A requirements
(LDEQ, 2003). For additional information on Mosaic Fertilizers' Uncle Sam facility (previously

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owned by IMC Phosphates), see Section 8.5.4 in the 2006 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan
(U.S. EPA, 2006). EPA concludes that these large discharges of fluoride are restricted to a single
plant whose permit basis differs from limits set for the Fertilizer Category, and do not reflect the
industry as a whole.

6.3    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Potential New Subcategories

       During the 2009 review, EPA did not identify  any additional potential new subcategories
for the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category.

6.4    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category Issues Identified and Additional Review

       EPA's estimate of the toxicity of Fertilizer Manufacturing Point Source Category
discharges is largely due to the DMR-reported discharges of fluoride. As shown in Table 6-5, the
DMR discharge of fluoride accounted for 96 percent of the 2007 TWPE. During the 2009 annual
review, EPA did not obtain any information to change its conclusions that have previously been
made regarding the wastewater discharges  from the fertilizer manufacturing facilities. Therefore,
the conclusions of the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category review are as follows:

       •      EPA verified the fluoride discharges in DMR 2007 for Mosaic Fertilizers' Uncle
             Sam facility, a phosphate fertilizer manufacturer in Uncle Sam, LA. This facility
             is exempt from 40 CFR Part 418, Subpart A, the permit is based on BPJ, and the
             permit includes fluoride limits. EPA concludes that this facility does not represent
             the category as a whole, because it is exempt from Part 418 (see 52 FR 28428,
             July 29, 1987).

       •      The total 2007 TWPE excluding Mosaic Fertilizers' Uncle Sam facility' s 2007
             TRI and DMR discharges is 221,768 TWPE.

       EPA prioritizes point source categories with existing regulations for potential revision
based on the greatest estimated toxicity to human health and the environment,  measured as
TWPE. Based on the above conclusions, EPA is assigning this category with a lower priority for
revision (i.e., this category is marked with  "(3)" in the "Findings" column in Table V-l in the
Federal Register notice that presents the 2009 annual review of existing effluent guidelines and
pretreatment standards).

6.5    Fertilizer Manufacturing Category References

       1.     LDEQ. 2003. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. Office of
             Environmental Services Water Discharge Permit and Fact Sheet NPDES
             LA0004847 - IMC Phosphates Company Uncle Sam Plant, Uncle  Sam, LA.
             Baton Rouge, LA. (June 16). EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-1773.

       2.     U.S. Economic Census. 2002. Available online at:
             http://www.census.gov/econ/census02.
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3.     U. S. EPA. 1974. Development Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
      New Source Performance Standards for the Basic Fertilizer Chemicals Segment
      of the Fertilizer Manufacturing Point Source Category. EPA-440/l-75/042-a.
      Washington, DC. (March).

4.     U. S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA 821-R-04-014. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
      2003-0074-1346 through 1352.

5.     U.S. EPA. 2005. Preliminary 2005 Review of Prioritized Categories of Industrial
      Dischargers. EPA-821-B-05-004. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
      2004-0032-0053.

6.     U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). Docket OW-
      2004-0032-2782.

7.     U. S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
      Guidelines Program Plan. EPA-821-R-07-007. Washington, DC. (October).
      EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
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7.     INORGANIC CHEMICALS MANUFACTURING (40 CFR PART 415)

       EPA identified the Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing (Inorganic Chemicals) Point
Source Category (40 CFR Part 415) for preliminary category review as part of the Preliminary
2010 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. This industry was reviewed previously in each of EPA's
Preliminary and Final Effluent Guidelines Program Plans from 2004 to 2007, except 2005 (U.S.
EPA, 2004; U.S. EPA, 2006; U.S. EPA, 2007).

       This section describes the results of EPA's 2009 preliminary category review of the
Inorganic Chemicals Category. EPA is currently reviewing discharges from the Chlor-Alkali
Subcategory as part of the Chlorine and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (CCH) ELGs rulemaking.
Because a rulemaking for this segment of the Inorganic Chemicals Category is underway, EPA
excluded discharges from these facilities from further consideration in this review (see Table
V-l, 73 FR 53218, September 15, 2008).

7.1    Inorganic Chemicals Category Background

       This section provides background on the Inorganic Chemicals Category including a brief
profile of the inorganic chemicals manufacturing industry and background on 40 CFR Part 415.

7.1.1   Inorganic Chemicals Industry Profile

       The inorganic chemicals manufacturing industry includes facilities that manufacture a
broad class of substances encompassing those substances that do not include carbon and its
derivatives as their principal elements. EPA considered the following seven NAICS codes as part
of the Inorganic Chemicals Category:

       •      325120: Industrial Gases;
       •      325131: Inorganic Pigments;
       •      325181: Alkalies and Chlorine;
       •      325188: All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing;
       •      325998INORG: All  Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation;
       •      331311: Alumina Refining; and
       •      325510INORG: Paint and Coating Manufacturing.

       Wastewater generated by facilities in NAICS codes 325998 and  325510 can be regulated
under multiple categories. EPA reviewed available information about pollutant loads and
manufacturing operations for facilities reporting these NAICS codes. EPA assigned the extension
"INORG" to the end of the NAICS codes of facilities that likely primarily generate wastewater
regulated by the Inorganic Chemicals ELGs. For example, most facilities in NAICS 325510 are
grouped under the Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers Point Source Category.

       This list of NAICS codes includes facilities that EPA determined are potential new
subcategories to the Inorganic Chemicals Category. As part of the 2004  annual review, EPA
reviewed industries with  SIC codes not clearly subject to existing ELGs. EPA concluded that the
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processes, operations, wastewaters, and pollutants of facilities in the following SIC codes are
similar to those of the Inorganic Chemicals Category (U.S. EPA, 2004):
11
       •      2812: Alkalies and Chlorine;
       •      2813: Industrial Gases;
       •      2816: Inorganic Pigments; and
       •      2819: Industrial Inorganic Chemicals.

As part of the 2009 annual review, EPA reclassified these SIC codes as equivalent NAICS codes
for use with the U.S. Economic Census and 2007 TRI data that are reported by NAICS code.
However, there is not a direct relationship between one SIC and one NAICS codes. As a result,
EPA included the following NAICS codes in the 2009 annual review of the Inorganic Chemicals
Category because they contain facilities with operations that are similar to the SIC codes above:

       •      325120: Industrial Gases;
       •      325131: Inorganic Pigments;
       •      325181: Alkalies and Chlorine;
       •      325188: All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing;
       •      331311: Alumina Refining; and
       •      325510INORG: Paint and Coating Manufacturing.

       Table 7-1 lists the seven NAICS codes with operations in the Inorganic Chemicals
Category. Because facilities report SIC codes inDMRLoads2007, and the U.S. Economic Census
and TRI report data by NAICS code, EPA reclassified the 2007 DMR by the equivalent NAICS
code.
           Table 7-1. Number of Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing Facilities
NAICS Code
325120 Industrial Gases
325131 Inorganic Pigments
325188 All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
325510INORG Paint and Coating Manufacturing
325998INORG All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product
and Preparation
331311 Alumina Refining
Number of Facilities
2002 U.S.
Economic Census
572
81
631
NA
NA
10
2007 DMR a
384
2007 TRI b
82
41
263
2
12
6
11 The tables in this section include discharge information from facilities reporting these SIC codes and the
corresponding NAICS codes; however, these facilities contribute negligible amounts of TWPE. Consistent with the
conclusions drawn during the 2004 detailed study (U.S. EPA, 2004) and 2006 review (U.S. EPA, 2006), EPA found
that large numbers of these facilities discharge no wastewater and only a small number of facilities discharge TWPE
greater than zero.	
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           Table 7-1. Number of Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing Facilities
NAICS Code
325181 Alkalies and Chlorine
Total
Number of Facilities
2002 U.S.
Economic Census
41
1,335
2007 DMR a
10
394
2007 TRI b
8
414
Source: U.S. Economic Census, 2002 (U.S. Census, 2002); TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads20007_v3.
a - Major and minor dischargers. Also, DMR data are reported by SIC code; therefore, EPA used an NAICS to SIC
crosswalk for comparison purposes.
b - Releases to any media.
NA - Not applicable. These facility-specific NAICS codes do not correspond to NAICS codes in the 2002 U.S.
Economic Census.

7.1.2  40 CFR Part 415

       Wastewater discharges for the inorganic chemicals manufacturing industry are regulated
under 40 CFR Part 415: Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing Point Source Category. This
category  consists of 67 subcategories defined by the type of inorganic chemical product
manufactured. In addition to BPT, BAT, BCT, and NSPS, the category includes PSES and PSNS
limitations for at least one subcategory. Table 5-6 in the 2004 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan
contains details on the pollutants regulated by subpart (U.S.  EPA, 2004). The effluent guidelines
for the Inorganic Chemicals Category were first promulgated in 1974 and revised in 1975, 1976,
1982, and 1986.

7.2    Inorganic Chemicals Category 2009 Annual Review

       This section discusses EPA's 2009 annual review of the Inorganic Chemicals Category
including the screening-level review and category-specific review.

7.2.1  Inorganic Chemicals 2009 Screening-Level Review

       Table 7-2 compares the Inorganic Chemicals Category TWPE for 2004 and 2007,
calculated using  TRWeleases2004_v3,PCSLoads2004_v4, TRIReleases2007_v2, and
DMRLoads2007_v3. The table  excludes the amount of TWPE contributed by the Chlor-Alkali
Subcategory. EPA is currently considering revisions to ELGs for discharges from facilities that
produce chlorine by the chlor-alkali process. Because a rulemaking for the chlor-alkali sector of
the Inorganic Chemicals Category is underway, discharges from these facilities were excluded
from further consideration for the Inorganic Chemicals Category review under the current
planning cycle.

       The combined DMR and TRI TWPE decreased from 2004 to 2007. However, the 2007
DMR TWPE is higher than the 2004 DMR TWPE. The 2007 DMR TWPE accounts for
approximately 88 percent of the combined 2007 TWPE.
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  Table 7-2. Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing Category TRI and DMR Discharges for
                                      2004 and 2007
Year of Discharge
2004
2007
Year of Review
2007
2009
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing Category a
TRI TWPE b
122,514
54,657
DMR TWPE c
315,780
393,523
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Excludes the Chlor-Alkali Subcategory of the Inorganic Chemicals Category.
b - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
c - Discharges include only major dischargers.

7.2.2  Inorganic Chemicals Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern

       Table 7-3 lists the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in TRIReleases2007_v2 and
TRIReleases2004_v3, while Table 7-4 lists the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in
DMRLoads2007_v3 and PCSLoads2004  v4.


        Table 7-3. 2009 Review: Inorganic Chemicals  Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant
Manganese and Manganese
Compounds
Dioxin and Dioxin Like Compounds
Mercury and Mercury Compounds
Arsenic and Arsenic Compounds
Nitrate Compounds
Hexachlorobenzene
Inorganic Chemicals Category Total
2004 a
Rank
1
2
3
8
4
5
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
29
5
13
4
48
4
191 b
TWPE
67,379
24,966
4,386
2,120
3,966
3,603
122,514
2007 a
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
8
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
22
5
12
o
5
41
2
141 b
TWPE
14,627
11,568
6,505
5,481
3,574
1,558
54,657
Source: TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2007_v2.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
NA - Not applicable.
       Table 7-4. 2009 Review: Inorganic Chemicals Category Top DMR Pollutants



Pollutant
Poly chlorinated bipheny Is (PCBs)
Chlorine
Fluoride
2004


Rank
6
3
9
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
1
10
9


TWPE
16,173
40,467
7,444
2007


Rank
1
2
3
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
1
13
8


TWPE
363,489
10,483
4,586
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       Table 7-4. 2009 Review: Inorganic Chemicals Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollutant
Heptachlor
Copper
Iron
Sulfide
Lead
Inorganic Chemical Category Total
2004
Rank
NR
5
4
1
2
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
NR
27
8
2
14
58 a
TWPE
NR
29,821
29,871
87,918
52,423
315,780
2007
Rank
4
5
8
NR
21
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
1
24
8
NR
9
51 a
TWPE
2,136
2,050
766
NR
236
393,523
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; wADMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
NA - Not applicable.
NR - Not reported.

       EPA identified the Inorganic Chemicals Category pollutant of concern based on relative
TWPE. EPA focused the 2009 annual review on discharges of manganese and manganese
compounds from 2007 TRI and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) from 2007 DMR. Discharges
of manganese and manganese compounds decreased by approximately 53,000 TWPE from TRI
2004 to TRI 2007, while PCBs account for approximately 92 percent of the 2007 DMR TWPE.
EPA did not investigate the other top pollutants as part of the 2009 annual review because the
remaining TRI and DMR TWPE is such a small percentage (16) of the combined Inorganic
Chemicals Category TWPE.

       7.2.2.1    Inorganic Chemicals Category Manganese and Manganese Compound
                 Discharges in TRI

       Discharges of manganese and manganese compounds decreased by approximately 53,000
TWPE from TRI 2004 to TRI 2007. Manganese and manganese compounds contributed 35
percent of the category TRI TWPE for 2007. The majority (55 percent) of the manganese and
manganese  compound  discharges were from Tronox, LLC in Hamilton, MS.

       EPA contacted Tronox, LLC as part of the 2009 annual review and verified the
manganese  and manganese compound discharges (Dickerson, 2009). Tronox, LLC identified the
chloride titanium dioxide manufacturing process as the source of their manganese discharges.12
As a next step, EPA examined the manganese and manganese compound discharges from the
other U.S. titanium dioxide manufacturing facilities, as reported to the 2007 TRI. Table 7-5 lists
these discharges. Although seven of the nine U.S. titanium dioxide manufacturing facilities
reported manganese  discharges, none were of the order of magnitude of the 115,150 Ibs/yr from
the Tronox  facility in Hamilton, MS. EPA concludes that these large discharges of manganese
are restricted to a single plant, and do not reflect the industry as a whole.
  See Section 9.6.3 of the 2006 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan (U.S. EPA, 2006) for additional information on
the chloride method of manufacturing titanium dioxide.	
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 Table 7-5. Manganese Discharges Reported by U.S. Titanium Manufacturing Facilities in
                                       TRI 2007
TRI ID
3 9746KRRMCUSHWY
44004SCMCH2426M
70669KRNSL3300B
44004SCMCH2900M
19809DPNTD104HA
39571DPNTD7685K
37134DPNTJ1DUPO
Facility Name
Tronox (Hamilton, MS)
Millennium Inorganic Chemicals (Ashtabula, OH)
Louisiana Pigment Company (Westlake, LA)
Millennium Inorganic Chemicals (Ashtabula, OH)
Du Pont Edge Moor (Edgemoor, DE)
Du Pont Delisle Plant (Pass Christian, MS)
Du Pont Johnsonville Plant (New Johnsonville, TN)
Pounds
Released
115,150
36,000
23,309
12,000
10,304
762
111
TWPE
8,110
2,536
1,642
845
726
54
7.8
Source: TRIReleases2007_v2.

       7.2.2.2    Inorganic Chemicals Category Polychlorinated Biphenyl Discharges in
                 DMR

       PCBs accounted for 95 percent of the 2007 DMR TWPE. PCBs were reported from only
one facility, Department Of Energy's Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant, in McCracken County,
KY. The Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant is one of two plants in the United States that
commercially enrich uranium for use in nuclear reactors. Kentucky Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Cabinet (KY NREPC) determined that the PCBs from the Paducah
Gaseous Diffusion Plant were from historical industrial and waste management practices
associated with capacitors or transformers. These practices resulted in PCB contamination at the
facility, drainage ditches, and streams.  KY NREPC developed a total maximum daily load
(TMDL) for PCBs for Little Bayou Creek, the discharge location for Paducah Gaseous Diffusion
Plant, in 2001. The TMDL identified controls for limiting the addition of new PCB discharges to
the stream along with activities to remediate historical PCB discharges (U.S. EPA, 2001). EPA
concludes that the PCB  discharges are  specific to the Paducah facility, and do not reflect the
industry as a whole.

7.3    Inorganic Chemicals Category Potential New Subcategories

       During the 2009 review, EPA did not identify any  additional potential new subcategories
for the  Inorganic Chemicals  Manufacturing Point Source Category.

7.4    Inorganic Chemicals Category Issues Identified and Additional Review

       The estimated toxicity of Inorganic Chemicals Category discharges is largely due to the
TRI-reported discharges of manganese and manganese compounds and dioxin and dioxin-like
compounds and DMR-reported discharges of PCBs. During the 2009 annual review, EPA did not
obtain any information to change its conclusions that have previously been made regarding the
wastewater discharges from  the inorganic chemicals manufacturing facilities. Therefore, the
conclusions of the Inorganic Chemicals Category are as follows:
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       •      EPA verified the manganese discharges reported to the 2007 TRI by Tronox,
             LLC, a titanium dioxide manufacturing facility in Hamilton, MS. This facility's
             discharges are large compared to other titanium dioxide manufacturers, and EPA
             concludes that this facility does not represent the category as a whole.

Further review of this category may focus on the following issues:

       •      In future years, EPA may analyze the DMR-reported PCB discharges, including
             the methods used to estimate reported discharge, process sources, and
             concentrations discharged.

       EPA prioritizes point source categories with existing regulations for potential revision
based on the greatest estimated toxicity to human health and the environment, measured as
TWPE. Based on the above conclusions, EPA is assigning this category with a lower priority for
revision (i.e., this category is marked with "(3)" in the "Findings" column in Table V-l in the
Federal Register notice that presents the 2009 annual review of existing effluent guidelines and
pretreatment standards).

7.5    Inorganic Chemicals Category References

       1.     Dickerson, Leonard. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Chris
             Krejci, ERG and Leonard Dickerson, Tronox LLC. RE: Verification of magnitude
             and basis of estimate for manganese discharges reported to TRI. (March 12).
             EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06405.

       2.     U.S. Economic Census. 2002. Available online at:
             http://www.census.gov/econ/census02.

       3.     U.S. EPA. 2001. Kentucky Division of Water. Total Maximum Daily Loads
             Development Polychlorinated biphenyls for Little Bayou Creek. McCracken, KY.
             (November). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06550.

       4.     U. S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan. EPA 821-R-04-014. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
             2003-0074-1346 through 1352.

       5.     U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-
             OW-2004-0032-2782.

       6.     U. S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
             Guidelines Program Plan. EPA-821-R-07-007.  Washington, DC. (October).
             EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
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                                   Section 8- Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 421)
8.     NONFERROUS METALS MANUFACTURING (40 CFR PART 421)

       EPA identified the Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing (NFMM) Point Source Category
(40 CFR Part 421) for preliminary category review as part of the Preliminary 2010 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. This industry was reviewed previously in each of EPA's Preliminary
and Final Effluent Guidelines Program Plans from 2004 to 2007, except 2005 (U.S. EPA, 2004;
U.S. EPA, 2006; U.S. EPA, 2007). This section describes the results of EPA's 2009 preliminary
category review of the NFMM Category.

8.1    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Background

       This section provides background on the NFMM Category including a brief profile of the
nonferrous metals manufacturing industry and background on 40 CFR Part 421.

8.1.1   Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Industry Profile

       The nonferrous metals manufacturing industry includes facilities that smelt and refine
metals other than steel, such as aluminum, copper, and nickel (U.S. EPA, 2006). EPA considered
the following eight NAICS codes as part of the NFMM Category:

       •     325188NMM: All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing;
       •     331312: Primary Aluminum Production;
       •     331314: Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum;
       •     331411: Primary Smelting and Refining of Copper;
       •     331419: Primary Smelting and Refining of Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and
             Aluminum);
       •     331423: Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper;
       •     331492: Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Nonferrous Metal
             (except Copper and Aluminum); and
       •     331521: Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries.

       Wastewater generated by facilities in NAICS code 325188 can be regulated under
multiple categories. EPA reviewed available information about pollutant loads and
manufacturing operations for facilities reporting this NAICS code. EPA assigned the extension
"NMM" to the end of the NAICS codes of facilities that likely primarily generate wastewater
regulated by the NFMM ELGs. Most facilities in NAICS  325188 are grouped under the
Inorganic Chemicals Point Source Category.

       Table 8-1  lists the eight NAICS codes with operations in the NFMM Category. Because
facilities report SIC codes in DMRLoads2007, and the U.S. Economic Census and TRI report
data by NAICS code, EPA reclassified the 2007 DMR by the equivalent NAICS code.
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                                     Section 8- Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 421)
            Table 8-1. Number of Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Facilities
NAICS Code
325188NMM All other Basic Inorganic Chemical
Manufacturing
331312 Primary Aluminum Production
33 13 14 Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum
331423 Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of
Copper
331492 Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
331411 Primary Smelting and Refining of Copper
331419 Primary Smelting and Refining of Nonferrous Metal
(except Copper and Aluminum)
331521 Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries
Total
Number of Facilities
2002 U.S.
Economic Census
NAC
40
148
31
235
15
172
296
937
2007 DMR a
2
82
4
26
NAd
114
2007 TRI b
1
19
86
18
74
5
33
102
338
Source: U.S. Economic Census, 2002 (U.S. Census, 2002); TRIReleases2007_v2; andDMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Major and minor dischargers. Also, DMR data are reported by SIC code; therefore, EPA used an NAICS to SIC
code crosswalk for comparison purposes.
b - Releases to any media.
c - These facility-specific NAICS codes do not correspond to NAICS codes in the 2002 U.S. Economic Census.
d - The corresponding SIC code is 3363: Aluminum Die-Castings and links to the Aluminum Forming Category (40
CFR Part 467) and the Nonferrous Metals Forming and Metal Powders Category (40 CFR Part 471).
NA - Not applicable.

8.1.2  40 CFR Part 421

       EPA first promulgated ELGs for the NFMM Category (40 CFR Part 421) on March 8,
1984 (49 FR 8790). All 31 subcategories haveNSPS and PSNS standards. Fourteen
subcategories do not  have PSES standards; the Bauxite Refining and Primary Copper Smelting
Subcategories are limited to zero discharge of process wastewater under BPT, BAT, and NSPS;
and EPA reserved BPT and BAT limitations for four subcategories (Secondary Indium,
Secondary Mercury,  Secondary Nickel, and Primary Rare Earth Metals). Most NFMM
subcategories include limitations guidelines for lead, chromium,  copper, arsenic, and zinc.
Section 5.3.2 of the Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan
lists the regulated priority and nonconventional pollutants in the NFMM Category (U.S. EPA,
2004).

8.2    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category 2009 Annual Review

       This section discusses EPA's 2009 annual review of the NFMM Category including the
screening-level review and category-specific review.
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                                    Section 8- Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 421)
8.2.1   Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing 2009 Screening-Level Review

       Table 8-2 compares the NFMM Category TWPE for 2004 and 2007, calculated using
TRIReleases2004 v3,PCSLoads2004v4, TRIReleases2007 v2, andDMRLoads2007 v3. The
combined DMR and TRI TWPE increased by approximately 10,000 TWPE from 2004 to 2007.
The 2007 DMR TWPE accounts for approximately 90 percent of the combined 2007 TWPE.

    Table 8-2. Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Point Source Category TRI and DMR
                              Discharges for 2004 and 2007
Year of Discharge
2004
2007
Year of Review
2007
2009
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category
TRI TWPE a
52,599
38,885
DMR TWPE b
321,299
342,764
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2007_v2; w&DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Discharges include only major dischargers.

8.2.2  Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern

       Table 8-3 compares the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in TRIReleases2007_v2
and TRIReleases2004_v3, while Table 8-4 lists the five pollutants with the highest TWPE in
DMRLoads2007 v3 and PCSLoads2004  v4.

 Table 8-3. 2009 Review: Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant
Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds
Lead and Lead Compounds
Copper and Copper Compounds
Nitrate Compounds
Arsenic and Arsenic Compounds
Manganese and Manganese Compounds
Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds
Vanadium and Vanadium Compounds
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Category Total
2004 a
Rank
1
3
6
7
9
2
4
5
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
9
79
67
18
13
20
4
2
110 b
TWPE
19,752
6,070
3,062
2,710
1,161
6,299
5,244
4,267
52,599
2007 a
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
8
7
16
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
7
101
82
16
9
15
3
1
106 b
TWPE
28,699
3,245
2,225
1,863
632
346
533
15
38,885
Source: TRIReleases2004_v3; and TRIReleases2007_v2.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
NA - Not applicable.
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      Table 8-4. 2009 Review: Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Top DMR
                                      Pollutants
Pollutant
Cadmium
Arochlor 1260
Fluoride
Chlorine
Silver
Polychlorinate Biphenyls (PCB)
Arsenic
Molybdenum
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Category Total
2004
Rank
o
3
NR
5
7
6
1
2
4
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
11
NR
18
9
3
1
10
6
36 a
TWPE
44,768
NR
31,484
15,475
21,006
69,768
49,305
34,924
321,299
2007
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
11
13
15
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
11
1
19
12
8
2
7
5
59 a
TWPE
165,155
28,352
28,086
24,181
21,742
3,881
2,910
2,519
342,764
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; wADMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
NA - Not applicable.
NR - Not reported.

       EPA identified the NFMM Category pollutants of concern based on relative TWPE. EPA
focused the 2009 annual review on discharges of cadmium from 2007 TRI and DMR because the
combined cadmium TWPE accounts for over 50 percent of the combined 2007 DMR and TRI
TWPE. Cadmium discharges increased from 2004 to 2007 in both TRI and DMR. EPA did not
investigate the other top pollutants as part of the 2009 annual review because the majority of the
NFMM Category TWPE is due to cadmium. Additionally, the TWPE of other top pollutants
from the NFMM Category are consistent with findings in past years of review of this category,
including similar facilities and pollutants. As a result, EPA does not plan to review these
pollutants in detail.

       Discharges of cadmium and cadmium compounds increased by approximately 9,000
TWPE from TRI 2004 to TRI 2007. In addition, cadmium  and cadmium compounds contributed
78 percent of the TRI TWPE for 2007.

       Discharges of cadmium increased by approximately 120,000 TWPE from DMR 2004 to
DMR 2007, contributing 48 percent of the DMR TWPE for 2007. The majority (94 percent) of
the cadmium discharges were from Zinifex Clarksville, Inc. in Clarksville, Tennessee. Zinifex
Clarksville, Inc. primarily produces zinc along with cadmium and sulfuric acid as by-products.
The majority of Zinifex Clarksville, Inc.'s cadmium discharges were from stormwater outfalls
with monitoring only  permit requirements. The facility's cadmium discharges did not exceed the
permit limits for the outfall with cadmium limits (TDEC, Unknown).
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8.3    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Potential New Subcategories

       During the 2009 review, EPA did not identify any additional potential new subcategories
for the NMM Category.

8.4    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category Issues Identified and Additional
       Review

       The estimated toxicity of the NMM Category discharges are largely due to the TRI-
reported and DMR-reported discharges of cadmium and cadmium compounds. Further review of
this category may focus on the following issues:

       •      In future years, EPA may analyze the TRI-reported and DMR-reported cadmium
             and cadmium compound discharges, including facilities dominating the TWPE,
             the methods used to estimate reported discharge, process sources, and
             concentrations discharged.

       EPA prioritizes point source categories with existing regulations for potential revision
based on the greatest estimated toxicity to human health and the environment, measured as
TWPE. Based on the above conclusions, EPA is assigning this category with a lower priority for
revision (i.e., this category is marked with "(3)" in the "Findings" column in Table V-l in the
Federal Register notice that presents the 2009 annual review of existing effluent guidelines and
pretreatment standards).

8.5    Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Category References

       1.     TDEC. Unknown. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation
             Division of Water Pollutant Control. Authorization to Discharge under the
             National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit TN0029157- Zinifex
             Clarksville, Inc., Clarksville, TN. EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-1176.

       2.     U.S. Economic Census. 2002. Available online at:
             http://www.census.gov/econ/census02.

       3.     U. S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan. EPA 821-R-04-014. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
             2003-0074-1346 through 1352.

       4.     U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-
             OW-2004-0032-2782.

       5.     U. S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
             Guidelines Program Plan. EPA-821-R-07-007. Washington, DC. (October).
             EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
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                                          Section 9 - Ore Mining and Dressing (40 CFR Part 440)
9.     ORE MINING AND DRESSING (40 CFR PART 440)

       EPA selected the Ore Mining and Dressing (Ore Mining) Category (40 CFR Part 440) for
additional data collection and analysis because of the high TWPE identified in several years of
screening-level review (see Table V-l, 70 FR 51050, August 29, 2005). This industry was
reviewed previously in each of EPA's Preliminary and Final Effluent Guidelines Program Plans
from 2004 to 2008 (U.S. EPA, 2004, U.S. EPA, 2005, U.S. EPA, 2006, U.S. EPA, 2007, U.S.
EPA, 2008a). Each year, EPA has concluded that there are not sufficient data available to
determine whether wastewater discharges from the Ore Mining Category warrant a detailed
study. The 2008 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan summarized the results of EPA's previous
reviews of this industry (U.S. EPA, 2008a).

       This section describes the status and preliminary results of the 2009 annual review of the
discharges associated with the Ore Mining Category. EPA's 2009 annual review builds on the
2008 annual review. The 2009 preliminary category  review of the Ore Mining Category differs
from those of the other categories in this year's TSD because EPA focused on collecting
discharge data as well as examining which wastewaters are regulated by 40 CFR Part 440 versus
general storm water permits.

9.1    Ore Mining Category Background

       This subsection provides background on the Ore Mining Category including a brief
profile of the ore mining industry and background on 40 CFR Part 440.

9.1.1   Ore Mining Industry Profile

       The ore mining and dressing industry includes facilities that mine, mill, or prepare 23
separate metal ores (U.S. EPA, 2005). EPA considered the following eight NAICS  codes as part
of the Ore Mining Category:

       •      212210: Iron ore mining;
       •      212234: Copper ore  and nickel ore mining;
       •      212231: Lead ore and zinc ore mining;
       •      212221: Gold ore mining;
       •      212222: Silver ore mining;
       •      212291: Uranium-radium-vanadium ore mining;
       •      212299: All other metal ore mining; and
       •      213114: Support activities for metal mining.

       Table 9-1 lists the eight NAICS codes with operations in the Ore Mining Category.
Because facilities report SIC codes  in DMRLoads2007, and the U.S. Economic Census and TRI
report data by NAICS code, EPA reclassified the 2007 DMR data by the equivalent NAICS
code.

       Of the 510 ore mines in the  2002 U.S. Economic Census, only 76 (15 percent) reported to
TRI in 2007. The low number of facilities reporting to TRI is likely a result of the following:
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       •       Facilities in NAICS codes 212210 (Iron Ores)13, 212291 (Uranium-Radium-
               Vanadium Ores)14, and 213114 (Metal Mining Services)15 are not required to
               report discharges to TRI;
       •       Activities do not occur at some facilities in excess of reporting thresholds (25,000
               Ibs for processing and manufacturing and  10,000 Ibs for otherwise use of most
               TRI chemicals); and
       •       Facilities do not meet employee threshold reporting requirements - many
               facilities may operate with limited staff during inactive periods.

       As part of the 2008 annual review, EPA compared the discharges in the DMR databases
to the threshold reporting values for TRI. From this analysis, it appears that some ore mines that
may be meeting threshold reporting requirements are not reporting to TRI (Krejci, 2008a).

       Of the ore mines that have historically reported wastewater discharges to TRI, most
facilities are direct dischargers. Table 9-2 presents the types of discharges reported by facilities
in TRIReleases2007'.
                         Table 9-1. Number of Ore Mining Facilities
NAICS Code
212210: Iron ore mining
212234: Copper ore and nickel ore mining
2 1223 1 : Lead ore and zinc ore mining
212221: Gold ore mining
212222: Silver ore mining
212291: Uranium-radium-vanadium ore mining
212299: All other metal ore mining
213 1 14: Support activities for metal mining
Total
2002 U.S.
Economic
Census
24
33
22
180
11
17
39
184
510
2007 DMR a
4
5
22
10
1
4
8
3
57
2007 TRI b
NRC
20 d
14
24
4
NRC
19
NRC
76
Source: U.S. Economic Census, 2002 (U.S. Census, 2002); TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Major and minor dischargers.
b - Releases to any media.
c - Facilities in this NAICS code are not required to report to TRI.
d - Copper and nickel ores share the same NAICS code.
NR - Not reported.
13 The Minnesota Emergency Response Commission specifically found that toxic chemical releases and transfers
from NAICS code 212210 facilities in Minnesota were not of sufficient quantities to warrant reporting. Based on
this information, EPA determined that NAICS code 212210 facilities should not be required to report to TRI. EPA
may reconsider the addition of this industry segment at a future date in light of additional information (62 FR
23859).
14 EPA has deferred final action on TRI reporting for NAICS code 212291 until a later date. EPA received
comments related to NAICS code 212291 and TRI reporting that raised difficult technical and policy issues which
will require additional time to address (62 FR 23838).
15 EPA determined that requiring NAICS code 213114 to report to TRI was not appropriate because operations in
this category are not generally associated with threshold activities (62 FR 23838).	
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   Table 9-2. Ore Mining Category Facilities by Type of Discharge Reported in TRI 2007
NAICS Code
2 12221: Gold Ores
212222: Silver Ores
212231: Lead and Zinc Ores
212234: Copper and Nickel Ores
212299: All Other Metal Ore Mining
Reported
Only Direct
Discharges
4
3
8
5
5
Reported
Only
Indirect
Discharges
1
NR
NR
NR
NR
Reported Both
Direct and Indirect
Discharges
1
NR
NR
1
NR
Reported No
Water
Discharges
18
1
6
14
9
Source: TRIReleases2007_v2.
NR - Not reported.

9.1.2   40 CFR Part 440

       EPA first promulgated ELGs for the Ore Mining Category (40 CFR Part 440) on
December 3, 1982 (47 FR 54609). This category consists of 12 subcategories, as shown in Table
9-3 with the related SIC and NAICS codes and descriptions of the subcategories' applicability
(U.S. EPA,  1982; U.S. EPA, 1988). BAT limitations are set equal to BPT levels for priority
pollutants for this category. The priority pollutants arsenic, cadmium, copper, lead, mercury,
nickel, and zinc are regulated in at least one subcategory (U.S. EPA, 2005). None of the
subcategories include PSES or PSNS limitations.

                Table 9-3. Ore Mining Category Subcategory Applicability
Sub-
part
A
B
C
D
E
F
Subcategory Title
Iron Ore
Aluminum Ore
Uranium, Radium,
& Vanadium Ores
Mercury Ore
Titanium Ores
Tungsten Ore
Related SIC Code(s)
1011: Iron Ores
1099: Miscellaneous
Metal Ores, NEC
1094: Uranium-
Radium-Vanadium
Ores
1099: Miscellaneous
Metal Ores, NEC
1099: Miscellaneous
Metal Ores, NEC
1061: Ferroalloy
Ores, Except
Vanadium
Related NAICS Code(s)
212210: Iron Ores
212299: All Other Metal
Ores
212291: Uranium-Radium-
Vanadium Ores
212299: All Other Metal
Ores
212299: All Other Metal
Ores
212234: Copper and
Nickel Ores
Subcategory Applicability
Iron Ore Mines and Mills using Physical or
Chemical Separation or Magnetic &
Physical Separation in the Mesabi Range
Bauxite Mines Producing Aluminum Ore
Open-Pit or Underground Mines and Mills
using Acid Leach, Alkaline Leach, or
Combined Acid & Alkaline Leach to
Produce Uranium, Radium, & By-product
Vanadium
Open-Pit or Underground Mercury Ore
Mines and Mills using Gravity Separation or
Froth-Flotation
Titanium Ore Mines from Lode Deposits
and Mills using Electrostatic, Magnetic &
Physical Separation, or Flotation; Dredge
Mines and Mills for Placer Deposits of
Rutile, Ilmenite, Leucoxene, Monazite,
Zircon, and Other Heavy Metals
Tungsten Mines and Mills using Gravity
Separation or Froth-Flotation
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                 Table 9-3. Ore Mining Category Subcategory Applicability
Sub-
part
G
H
I
J
K
M
Subcategory Title
Nickel Ore
Vanadium Ore
(Mined Alone, not
as By-product)
Antimony Ore
Copper, Lead,
Zinc, Gold, Silver,
& Molybdenum
Ores
Platinum Ore
Gold Placer Mine
Related SIC Code(s)
1061: Ferroalloy
Ores, Except
Vanadium
1094: Uranium-
Radium-Vanadium
Ores
1099: Miscellaneous
Metal Ores, NEC
1021: Copper Ores
1031: Lead and Zinc
Ores
1041: Gold Ores
1044: Silver Ores
1061: Ferroalloy
Ores, Except
Vanadium
1099: Miscellaneous
Metal Ores, NEC
1041: Gold Ores
Related NAICS Code(s)
212234: Copper and
Nickel Ores
212291: Uranium-Radium-
Vanadium Ores
212299: All Other Metal
Ore Mining
212234: Copper and
Nickel Ores
212231: Lead and Zinc
Ores
2 12221: Gold Ores
212222: Silver Ores
212299: All Other Metal
Ores
212299: All Other Metal
Ores
2 12221: Gold Ores
Subcategory Applicability
Nickel Ore Mines and Mills
Vanadium Ore Mines and Mills
Antimony Ore Mines and Mills
Copper, Lead, Zinc, Gold, Silver, &
Molybdenum Ore Open-Pit or Underground
Mines, except for Placer Deposits, and Mills
using Froth-Flotation and/or Other
Separation Techniques; Mines and Mills
using Dump, Heap, In-Situ Leach, or Vat-
Leach to Extract Copper from Ores or Ore
Waste Materials; Gold or Silver Mills using
Cyanidation; Except for Mines and Mills
from the Quartz Hill Molybdenum Project
in the Tongass National Forest, Alaska
Platinum Ore Mines and Mills
Placer Deposit Gold Ore Mines, Dredges, &
Mills using Gravity Separation
Source: Development Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards for the Ore Mining and Dressing
Point Source Category (U.S. EPA, 1982); Development Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
Standards for the Ore Mining and Dressing Point Source Category Gold Placer Mine Subcategory (U.S. EPA,
1988); Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing Effluent Guidelines and Identification of
Potential New Point Source Categories (U.S. EPA, 2009).

        Runoff from waste rock, tailings, and overburden piles is not subject to effluent
guidelines unless it naturally drains (or is intentionally diverted) to a point source and combines
with "mine  drainage" that is otherwise subject to the effluent guidelines (65 FR 64774, October
30, 2000). These discharges are controlled by the Federal  Stormwater Multi-Sector General
Permit (MSGP) or state general Stormwater permits.16 (See 65 FR 64746, Oct. 30, 2000,  and 70
FR 72116, December 1, 2005.) The federal MSGP pertains to four authorized states, federal
facilities, and Indian Country in Region 10; Stormwater from all other facilities is regulated by
state general Stormwater permits.

9.2     Ore Mining Category  2009 Annual Review

        This subsection discusses EPA's 2009 annual review of the Ore Mining Category
including the screening-level review and category-specific review.
  Mine sites not regulated by general Stormwater permits include: (1) sites with their Stormwater discharges
regulated by an individual permit; and (2) sites without any discharge of Stormwater. A facility has the option of
obtaining an individual permit for Stormwater discharges instead of requesting coverage under a general Stormwater
permit; however, in practice this is seldom done. Almost all mine sites discharge Stormwater (e.g., from haul roads,
process areas, equipment storage areas, mine waste rock).	
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9.2.1   Ore Mining Category 2009 Screening-Level Review

       Although EPA recognizes that the screening-level databases do not contain data for many
ore mines, EPA used the data available to characterize ore mining wastewater. Table 9-4 shows
the screening-level results for the Ore Mining Category from the 2004 and 2007 TRI and DMR
databases. Based on the data that EPA has available, toxic weighted discharges from ore mining
facilities decreased from 2004 to 2007 by approximately 445,000 TWPE. The majority of the
decrease in TWPE is due to North Shore Mining in Silver Bay, MN no longer reporting mercury
discharges in DMR.

       Table 9-4. Ore Mining Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004 and 2007
Year of Discharge
2004
2007
Year of Review
2007
2009
Ore Mining Category
TRI TWPE a
88,001
39,354
DMR TWPE b
580,831
184,455
Source: PCSLoads2002_v4; TRIReleases2002_v4; TRIReleases2003_v2; PCSLoads2004_v4; TRIReleases2004_v3;
TRIReleases2005_v2; TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Discharges include major and minor dischargers.

9.2.2  Ore Mining Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern

       Table 9-5 compares the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in TRI from 2002 through
2007, while Table 9-6 lists the five pollutants with the highest TWPE in DMR from 2002
through 2007.

       All of the pollutants of concern that EPA has identified for the Ore Mining Category are
metals. EPA identified the following three metals for further review, because they have been in
the top five list of pollutants in both TRI and DMR during each year of EPA's review:

       •      Arsenic;
       •      Cadmium; and
       •      Lead.

       EPA focused the 2009 annual review on discharges of the above pollutants from DMR.
In addition to these three metals, EPA also identified mercury discharges from Northshore
Mining Company for further review, based on the high TWPE reported for 2004 DMR (greater
than 99 percent of the Ore Mining Category mercury DMR 2004 TWPE). The following sections
discuss the discharges of these pollutants from ore mining facilities.
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                                Table 9-5. 2009 Review: Ore Mining Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant3
Arsenic
Lead
Cadmium
Silver
Vanadium
2002 a
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
9
25
10
2
o
J
TWPE
13,383
12,378
19,603
8,235
5,156
2003 a
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
8
23
9
2
3
TWPE
23,770
11,542
14,848
8,235
8,407
2004 a
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
5
21
6
2
o
J
TWPE
30,439
20,930
11,840
8,235
7,193
2005 a
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
6
21
6
2
3
TWPE
26,600
16,291
11,905
8,235
3,868
2007 a
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
4
23
4
2
2
TWPE
427
20,452
1,422
8,245
5,688
Average
Annual
TWPE
18,924
16,318
11,924
8,237
6,062
Source: TRIReleases2002_v4; TRIReleases2003_v3; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2005_v2; TRIReleases2007_v2.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - All listed are pollutant compound groups - they are referred to as parent metals (e.g., arsenic/arsenic compounds).
                               Table 9-6. 2009 Review: Ore Mining Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollutant
Lead
Copper
Molybdenum
Arsenic
Cadmium
Mercury
Cyanide
2002
Rank
4
9
1
5
3
12
2
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
30
62
4
11
26
52
7
TWPE
23,309
4,874
155,174
12,701
54,556
1,971
109,018
2004
Rank
4
8
5
2
3
1
16
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
40
35
4
10
38
28
4
TWPE
19,091
8,690
18,757
30,921
21,052
441,338 a
616
2007
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
10
13
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
37
41
7
15
38
22
9
TWPE
42,419
40,950
27,763
21,955
17,172
2,023
284
Average
Annual TWPE
28,273
18,171
67,231
21,859
30,927
148,444
36,639
Source: PCLoads2002_v4; PCSLoads2004_v4; w&DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Total TWPE after correction for Northshore Mining Company is 245 (See Section 9.2.2.4).

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9.2.2.1 Ore Mining Category Arsenic Discharges in TRI and DMR

       The arsenic TWPE for the Ore Mining Category has remained relatively high (greater
than 10,000) over the years of EPA's review in both DMR and TRI, although the TRI TWPE
decreased by 98 percent from 2005 to 2007 to a total of 427 TWPE. Prior to 2007, two facilities
dominated the Ore Mining Category arsenic TWPE in TRI: Newmont Lone Tree in Valmy,
Nevada, and the Kennecott Smelter in Salt Lake City, Utah. These facilities had high arsenic
discharges in past years (both around 10,000 TWPE), but did not report to TRI in 2007.

       Table 9-7 shows arsenic discharges by facility m DMRLoads2007v3, PCSLoads2004 v4
and PCSLoads2002_v4. In DMRLoads2007v3, arsenic discharges from the Ore Mining
Category are dominated by Teck-Pogo, Inc. in Delta Junction, AK that accounts for 80 percent of
Ore Mining Category arsenic DMR 2007 TWPE. In 2002 and 2004, arsenic discharges from the
Ore Mining Category were dominated by two other facilities: Kennecott Utah Copper Mine in
Salt Lake City, UT, and Lac Minerals (USA) Gold Mine in Lead, SD. In 2002 and 2004, Tech-
Pogo, Inc. did not report arsenic discharges.

9.2.2.2 Ore Mining Category Cadmium Discharges in TRI and DMR

       The cadmium TWPE for the Ore Mining Category has decreased over the years of EPA's
review; however, it has remained above 10,000 in both DMR and TRI during every year except
2007. The number of ore mining facilities reporting cadmium  discharges has remained relatively
constant over this period (Tables 9-5 and 9-6). Prior to 2007, two facilities dominated the Ore
Mining Category cadmium TWPE in TRI: Kennecott Mine and Power Plant in Salt Lake City,
Utah, and the Kennecott Smelter in Salt Lake City, Utah. These facilities had high cadmium
discharges in past years (both around 5,000 TWPE); however, in 2007 Kennecott Smelter did not
report to  TRI and the cadmium discharges reported by the Kennecott Mine and Power Plant
facility decreased by an order of magnitude (from 5,000 to 500 TWPE).

       Table 9-8 shows cadmium discharges by facility m DMRLoads2007 v3,
PCSLoads2004 v4 and PCSLoads2002_v4. The largest number of ore mining facilities
discharging cadmium are lead/zinc facilities (18 of 37 as determined by SIC code). A large
number of facilities contribute to the total cadmium TWPE from the Ore Mining Category. No
individual facilities dominate the cadmium TWPE from the Ore Mining Category.

9.2.2.3 Ore Mining Category Lead Discharges in TRI and DMR

       The lead TWPE for the Ore Mining Category has remained above 10,000 in DMR and
TRI during every year of EPA's review. The number of ore mining facilities reporting lead
discharges has remained relatively constant over this period.

       Table 9-9 shows lead discharges by facility in DMRLoads2007v3, PCSLoads2004 v4
and PCSLoads2002_v4. The largest number of ore mining facilities discharging lead are
lead/zinc facilities (20 of 38 facilities as determined by SIC code). A large number of facilities
contribute to the total lead TWPE from the Ore Mining Category. In 2007, the lead TWPE was
dominated by two facilities in particular:  Doe Run Resources in Viburnum, MO, and Northshore
Mining/Silver Bay Mining Co. in Silver Bay, MN, which account for 65 percent of the total
TWPE.

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                    Table 9-7. Arsenic Discharges Reported by Ore Mining Facilities in DMR for 2002, 2004 and 2007 a
Type of
Mine
Gold
Copper
Gold
Gold
Gold
Copper
Silver
Gold
Gold
Gold
Gold
Copper
Facility Name
Teck-Pogo Inc.
Kennecott Copper Co
Lac Minerals (USA) Inc
Wharf Resources (USA), Inc.
Golden Reward Mining Co
BHP Pinto Valley Operations
Platoro Mining Co & Union Gold
Homestake Mining Co-Gold Div
Zortman Mining Inc.
Zortman Mining Inc.
Hecla Mining Co
Phelps Dodge Corp
Location
Delta Junction, AK
Salt Lake City, UT
Lead, SD
Lead, SD
Lead, SD
Miami, AZ
Conejos County, CO
Lead, SD
Zortman, MT
Zortman, MT
Stanley, ID
Cottonwood, AZ
Total
2002
Total
Pounds
Released
NR
2,660
7
113
30
NR
1
212
76
34
9
2
3,144
TWPE
NR
10,750
27
455
121
NR
4
856
307
138
36
7
12,701
2004
Total
Pounds
Released
NR
5,051
2,512
41
27
NR
3
17
NR
NR
NR
NR
7,651
TWPE
NR
20,414
10,153
166
108
NR
10
70
NR
NR
NR
NR
30,921
2007
Total
Pounds
Released
4,363
785
29
230
18
5
3
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
5,432
TWPE
17,634
3,172
117
930
71
20
10
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
21,954
VO
I
oo
      Source: DMRLoads2007_v3, PCSLoads2004_v4; PCSLoads2002_v4.
      a - Includes only discharges greater than one TWPE.
      NR — Not reported.

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                 Table 9-8. Cadmium Discharges Reported by Ore Mining Facilities in DMR for 2002, 2004, and 2007
Type of Mine
Lead/Zinc
Copper
Lead/Zinc
Ferroalloy (except Alum.)
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Copper
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Ferroalloy (except Alum.)
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Copper
Gold
Ferroalloy (except Alum.)
Lead/Zinc
Facility Name
Doe Run Resources Co
East Tn Zinc Co., LLC
U.S. Silver Corporation
Climax Mine
Doe Run Resources Co
Doe Run Company
Doe Run Resources Corp
Mammoth, Sutro, Keystone Et Al
Doe Run Company
Lac Minerals
Wharf Resources (USA)
East Tennessee Zinc Co. LLC
Henderson Mine, Urad Minesite
Cominco American Inc
Carlton Tunnel Portal Site
London Water Tunnel
Kennecott Greens Creek Mining
C
Golden Reward Mining Co.
East Tennessee Zinc Co., LLC
Mossy Creek Mining, LLC
Mt. Emmons/Keystone Mine
Bhp Pinto Valley Operations
Teck-Pogo Inc
Thompson Creek Mining
Company
East Tennessee Zinc Co., LLC
Location
Viburnum, MO
Jefferson City, TN
Osburn, ID
Summit County, CO
Viburnum, MO
Viburnum, MO
Viburnum, MO
Redding, CA
Bunker, MO
Lead, SD
Lead, SD
Jefferson City, TN
Clear Creek County, CO
Bixby, MO
Victor, CO
Park County, CO
Juneau, AK
Lead, SD
Mascot, TN
Thorn Hill, TN
Gunnison County, CO
Miami, AZ
Delta Junction, AK
Clayton, ID
Strawberry Plains, TN
2007
Total
Pounds
Released
161
113
101
88.8
76.5
64.2
57.1
21.6
21.3
14.6
4.5
3.82
3.52
2.29
1.97
1.44
1.36
1.1
0.876
0.752
0.725
0.536
0.505
0.376
0.235
TWPE
3,720
2,610
2,330
2,050
1,770
1,480
1,320
499
492
338
104
88.4
81.5
52.9
45.6
33.3
31.4
25.4
20.2
17.4
16.8
12.4
11.7
8.69
5.44
2004
Total
Pounds
Released
220
3.29
NR
43.2
140
43.1
29.6
10.8
84.2
0.179
NR
11.6
6.77
1.24
NR
3.25
3.02
NR
5.95
0.659
1.46
NR
NR
0.144
NR
TWPE
5,080
76.1
NR
1,000
3,230
997
685
250
1,950
4.13
NR
267
156
28.6
NR
75.2
69.9
NR
138
15.2
33.7
NR
NR
3.33
NR
2002
Total
Pounds
Released
135
2.2
1.24
NR
167
180
29.1
16
1,480
NR
NR
6.41
4.41
8.15
NR
1.09
1.73
NR
2.35
4.59
NR
NR
NR
NR
2.78
TWPE
3,130
50.8
28.7
NR
3,850
4,160
674
371
34,200
NR
NR
148
102
188
NR
25.1
40.1
NR
54.4
106
NR
NR
NR
NR
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                  Table 9-8. Cadmium Discharges Reported by Ore Mining Facilities in DMR for 2002, 2004, and 2007 a
Type of Mine
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Copper
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Gold
Copper
Gold
Ferroalloy (except Alum.)
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Facility Name
East Tennessee Zinc Co., LLC
Teck Cominco Alaska Inc
Kennecott Copper Co
Upland Wings
Mossy Creek Mining, LLC
Gold King Mines Corporation
Coeur Alaska Inc
Phelps Dodge
Zortman Mining Inc.
Hecla Mining Co
Zortman Mining Inc.
Mossy Creek Mining, LLC
Location
Jefferson County, TN
Kotzebue, AK
Salt Lake City, UT
Sullivan, MO
Gordonsville, TN
San Juan County, CO
Juneau, AK
Christmas, AZ
Zortman, MT
Mullan, ID
Zortman, MT
New Market, TN
Total
2007
Total
Pounds
Released
0.191
0.094
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
743
TWPE
4.41
2.17
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
17,171
2004
Total
Pounds
Released
6.93
NR
292
2.85
0.248
0.192
0.163
0.0487
NR
NR
NR
NR
911
TWPE
160
NR
6,750
66
5.74
4.44
3.77
1.13
NR
NR
NR
NR
21,050
2002
Total
Pounds
Released
2.65
NR
278
NR
NR
10.9
NR
NR
26.2
10.2
3.05
1.53
2,375
TWPE
61.2
NR
6,430
NR
NR
252
NR
NR
605
236
70.5
35.4
54,882
VO
I
o
      Source: DMRLoads2007_v3, PCSLoads2004_v4; PCSLoads2002
      a - Includes only discharges greater than one TWPE.
      NR - Not reported.
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Table 9-9. Lead Discharges Reported by Ore Mining Facilities in DMR for 2002, 2004, and 2007 a
Type of Mine
Lead/Zinc
Iron
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Copper
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Ferroalloy (except Alum.)
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Ferroalloy (except Alum.)
Gold
Ferroalloy (except Alum.)
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Iron
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Facility Name
Doe Run Resources Co
Northshore Mining/Silver Bay P
Doe Run Company
U.S. Silver Corporation
Doe Run Resources Co
Doe Run Resources Corp
Kennecott Copper Co
Doe Run Company
Kennecott Greens Creek Mining C
LAC Minerals
East Tennessee Zinc Co. LLC
Climax Mine
Jordanelle Ssd
East Tn Zinc Co., LLC
Wharf Resources (USA)
Cominco American Inc
Carton Tunnel Portal Site
East Tennessee Zinc Co., LLC
Teck-Pogo Inc
Henderson Mine, Urad Minesite
Golden Reward Mining Co.
Thompson Creek Mining Company
Mt. Emmons/Keystone Mine
Balmat Mines & Mill
Upland Wings
Mossy Creek Mining, LLC
Mossy Creek Mining, LLC
Asarco, Inc., Tn Mines Div.
Location
Viburnum, MO
Silver Bay, MN
Viburnum, MO
Osburn, ID
Viburnum, MO
Viburnum, MO
Salt Lake City, UT
Bunker, MO
Juneau, AK
Lead, SD
Jefferson City, TN
Summit County, CO
Wasatch County, UT
Jefferson City, TN
Lead, SD
Bixby, MO
Teller County, CO
Strawberry Plains, TN
Delta Junction, AK
Clear Creek County, CO
Lead, SD
Clayton, ID
Gunnison County, CO
Balmat, SD
Sullivan,
Thorn Hill, TN
Elmwood, TN
Mascot, TN
2007
Total
Pounds
Released
6,510
5,840
2,070
1,870
1,400
690
149
143
126
34.4
29
20.2
18.4
9.8
5.48
5.24
3.21
2.16
1.13
1.11
1.11
1.05
0.434
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
14,600
13,100
4,640
4,180
3,140
1,540
335
320
282
77
64.9
45.3
41.2
22
12.3
11.7
7.2
4.85
2.53
2.49
2.48
2.34
0.972
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2004
Total
Pounds
Released
3,860
NR
1,080
14
765
702
31.7
434
136
1,250
10.9
0.609
NR
3.58
NR
2.3
8.68
7.15
NR
4.24
NR
0.619
NR
140
21.4
20.4
12.8
5.95
TWPE
8,640
NR
2,420
31.3
1,710
1,570
70.9
972
305
2,810
24.5
1.36
NR
8.02
NR
5.15
19.4
16
NR
9.49
NR
1.39
NR
313
48
45.8
28.7
13.3
2002
Total
Pounds
Released
1,340
NR
3,820
27.2
1,340
1,070
NR
2,220
85
NR
29.4
NR
NR
10.5
NR
8.15
3.84
15.3
NR
1.69
NR
1.01
NR
28.1
NR
21.4
279
9.12
TWPE
3,010
NR
8,560
60.8
3,000
2,400
NR
4,980
190
NR
65.8
NR
NR
23.6
NR
18.3
8.61
34.2
NR
3.79
NR
2.26
NR
62.9
NR
48
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                     Table 9-9. Lead Discharges Reported by Ore Mining Facilities in DMR for 2002, 2004, and 2007 a
Type of Mine
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Ferroalloy (except Alum.)
Gold
Gold
Lead/Zinc
Lead/Zinc
Gold
Facility Name
Mossy Creek Mining, LLC
London Mine LLC
Gold King Mines Corporation
Leadville Corporation
Hecla Mining Co
Zortman Mining Inc.
Zortman Mining Inc.
Asarco, Inc., Tn Mines Div.
Mossy Creek Mining, LLC
Calais Resources Colorado, Inc
Location
Gordonsville, TN
Park County, CO
San Juan County, CO
Leadville, CO
Mullan, ID
Zortman, SD
Zortman, SD
New Market, TN
New Market, TN
Caribou, CO
Total
2007
Total
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
18,931
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
42,434
2004
Total
Pounds
Released
3.56
2.86
0.866
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
8,519
TWPE
7.97
6.4
1.94
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
19,080
2002
Total
Pounds
Released
NR
3.71
17.8
154
48.7
26.5
19.5
9.65
8.81
1.42
10,600
TWPE
NR
8.3
39.9
345
109
59.3
43.7
21.6
19.7
3.18
23,762
VO
I
to
      Source: DMRLoads2007_v3, PCSLoads2004_v4: PCSLoads2002
      a - Includes only discharges greater than one TWPE.
      NR — Not reported.
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9.2.2.4 Ore Mining Category Mercury Discharges from Northshore Mining Company in
       DMR

       From PCSLoads2004_v04, EPA had identified large discharges of mercury from the
Northshore Mining Company taconite mine in Silver Bay, MN (U.S. EPA, 2008a). EPA
contacted the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MFC A) in 2009 to obtain additional
information about the mercury discharges. The MPCA identified a data entry error: the facility
reports mercury concentrations in ng/L, but the data in PCS were entered in mg/L without any
conversion. The correction resulted in a reduced estimate of mercury discharges from 3,765
Ibs/yr (prior to correction) to less than one Ib/yr. This correction reduced the mercury TWPE
from Northshore Mining Company from 441,093 to 0.12. Based on EPA's discharge estimates
using the corrected DMR data provided by MPCA, mercury discharges from Northshore Mining
Company are not a priority hazard for the 2009 review (Thomas, 2009).

9.2.3   Ore Mining Category Data Obtained from Permits, Permit Fact Sheets, and Permit
             Applications

       As part of the 2008 annual review, EPA collected readily available ore mining facility
permits, permit fact sheets, and permit applications. These data were useful for wastewater
characterization and determining current permitting practices. EPA made the following findings
(U.S. EPA, 2008a):

       •     EPA analyzed discharges reported to PCSLoads2004_v4 to determine if loads
             were resulting from noncompliance. EPA reviewed all discharges greater than
             4,000 TWPE, and determined that mines  appear to be in compliance with permit
             limits. The permits often only required monitoring of pollutants, without setting
             limits.

       •     EPA reviewed permit fact sheets to determine the basis for permit limits. When
             individual permits are in place (as opposed to general stormwater permits), the
             permitting authority usually used a combination of technology- and water quality-
             based limits. EPA found that water quality-based limits are typically set for the
             following parameters:
             —     Total mercury;
             —     Total recoverable lead;
             —     Total recoverable copper;
             —     Total recoverable cadmium; and
             —     Total recoverable zinc.

       •     EPA analyzed permit monitoring data from fact sheets for five gold mining
             facilities. The following metals were measured at concentrations above the
             method detection limit, illustrating that these pollutants are likely present in
             wastewaters from gold  mining operations:
             —     Arsenic (80 percent of mines);
             —     Cadmium (80 percent  of mines);
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              —     Molybdenum (100 percent of mines with data17); and
              —     Lead (100 percent of mines) (U.S. EPA, 2008a).

9.3    Ore Mining Category 2009 Preliminary Category Review Summary of Findings

       EPA collected additional data as part of the 2009 preliminary category review of the Ore
Mining and Dressing Category. This subsection summarizes EPA's findings from the following
data searches:

       •      Review of ore mining discharges that are exempt from Part 440 because they are
              regulated by stormwater general permits;
       •      Review of Waters18 database to search for documented surface water impacts
              resulting from wastewater from ore mines; and
       •      Ongoing data collection.

9.3.1  Discharges Exempt from Part 440 and Covered by General Permits

       As part of the 2009 preliminary category  review, EPA is evaluating the impact of
discharges from waste rock, tailings, and overburden piles, which are not currently covered by
effluent guidelines. The purpose of this evaluation is to determine whether these discharges are
adequately controlled by state and federal multi-sector general permits (MSGPs) (See 65 FR
64746, Oct. 30, 2000; 70 FR 72116, December 1, 2005).

9.3.1.1 The Federal MSGP

       The Federal MSGP establishes general benchmark values for sampling and general
requirements to develop a stormwater pollution prevention plan, but does not establish numeric
limits or stormwater containment/treatment requirements. The MSGP establishes benchmark
monitoring for pollutants including TSS, pH,  hardness, arsenic, beryllium, cadmium, copper,
iron, lead, manganese, mercury, nickel, selenium, silver, zinc, and uranium.19

       In 2008, EPA published a new MSGP, which requires more frequent monitoring
requirements, more frequent site inspections,  and more stringent benchmark concentrations for
arsenic, mercury, and selenium. Active facilities  covered by the MSGP must monitor discharges
from waste rock, tailings, and overburden piles for the parameters in Table 9-10 and Table 9-11,
as well as the ore-specific parameters in Table 9-12. The parameters in Table 9-10 and Table
9-11 are  compared to the listed benchmark concentration to determine whether corrective actions
(i.e., additional control measures) are needed.
17 Only two of the five facilities reviewed monitor for molybdenum.
18 Available online at http://www.epa.gov/waters/geoservices/index.html (Date accessed: July 7, 2009). The Waters
database provides information on waters that are listed as "impaired" according to Section 303d of the CWA.
19 Table G-4 of the MSGP lists the types of mining wastewater covered by Part 440 and the types covered by the
industrial MSGP. In response to litigation from the National Mining Association, EPA revised its interpretation of
applicability for wastewaters from hard rock mining operations. Under the revised interpretation, runoff from waste
rock, tailings, and overburden piles is not subject to effluent guidelines unless it naturally drains (or is intentionally
diverted) to a point source and combines with "mine drainage" that is otherwise subject to the effluent guidelines
(65 FR 64774).	
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Table 9-10. Parameters with Benchmarks Not Dependant on Hardness
Parameter
Total Suspended Solids (TSS)
Turbidity
pH
Hardness
Total Antimony
Total Arsenic
Total Beryllium
Total Iron
Total Mercury
Total Selenium
Benchmark Monitoring Cutoff Concentration
100 mg/L
50NTU
6.0 - 9.0 Standard Units
No Benchmark
0.64 mg/L
0.15 mg/L
0.13 mg/L
1.0 mg/L
0.00 14 mg/L
0.005 mg/L
 Table 9-11. Parameters with Benchmarks Based on Water Hardness
Parameter
Cadmium (mg./L)
Copper (mg./L)
Lead (mg./L)
Nickel (mg./L)
Silver (mg./L)
Zinc (mg./L)
Water Hardness Range (mg/L)
<25
0.0005
0.0038
0.014
0.15
0.0007
0.04
25-50
0.0008
0.0056
0.023
0.2
0.0007
0.05
50-75
0.0013
0.009
0.045
0.32
0.0017
0.08
75-100
0.0018
0.0123
0.069
0.42
0.003
0.11
100-125
0.0023
0.0156
0.095
0.52
0.0046
0.13
125-150
0.0029
0.0189
0.122
0.61
0.0065
0.16
150-175
0.0034
0.0221
0.151
0.71
0.0087
0.18
175-200
0.0039
0.0253
0.182
0.8
0.0112
0.2
200-225
0.0045
0.0285
0.213
0.89
0.0138
0.23
225-250
0.005
0.0316
0.246
0.98
0.0168
0.25
250+
0.0053
0.0332
0.262
1.02
0.0183
0.26
   Table 9-12. Parameters Specific to the Type of Ore Being Mined
Type of Ore Mined
Tungsten
Nickel
Aluminum
Mercury
Iron
Platinum
Titanium
Vanadium
Molybdenum
!/5
!/5
H
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
M
a.
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
Arsenic
X
X





X
X
Cadmium (H)
X
X



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X
X
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U
X
X



X

X
X
1
HH


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X


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es
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X
X



X

X
X
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X
g
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^
o
Z



X


X


Radium a









Uranium









g
o
H
X
X



X
X
X
X
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             Table 9-12. Parameters Specific to the Type of Ore Being Mined



Type of Ore Mined
Uranium, Radium, and Vanadium
Copper



H
X
X



M
X


u
g
^
X

S
3
S
cS
u




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u
X
X
&
^
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0
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HH
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All metals are total metals unless otherwise specified.
a - Total and dissolved radium.
(H) - Permittee is required to measure hardness along with the metal of concern.
* - Dissolved iron.

       Benchmark monitoring is required in the first year of activity under the MSGP. If the
average of the first four quarterly monitoring results is below the specified benchmark for all
parameters, the permittee is no longer required to monitor for the term of the permit. If any of the
benchmark values are exceeded, the permittee must either modify the best management practices
(BMPs) employed at the site or show just cause for an exception. Exceptions are granted in the
following two cases:

       •      The permittee shows that further pollutant reduction is not economically feasible
              considering best industry practices;  or
       •      Pollutant levels contributing to exceedances of specified benchmark values are
              attributable to background levels.

       In either case, the permittee must provide documentation to EPA that must also be
included in the site-specific Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP).

       9.3.1.2    State MSGPs

       EPA identified nine western20 states (listed in Table 9-13) with NPDES primacy and
active ore mining that have established state general permits instead of the federal MSGP. EPA
reviewed these state general permits to understand  the level of control that state permits exhibit
on stormwater discharges from mines in NPDES-delegated states.  Table 9-13 compares
stormwater monitoring requirements between state and federal MSGPs.
20 EPA focused on western states because the majority of ore hard rock mining operations occur in the western U.S.
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             Table 9-13. Comparison of Monitoring Requirements for Western States and Federal General Stormwater Permits
Permit a
Washington (WA DE,
2008)
2008 Federal MSGP
(covers Idaho and New
Mexico b) (U.S. EPA,
2008b)
California (CA WRCB,
2004)
Montana (MO DEQ, 2007)
Arizona °
Utah (UT DEQ, 2006)
Nevada (NVDCNR, 2008)
Wyoming (WY DEQ,
2007)
South Dakota (SD DENR,
2003)
Colorado (CO DPHE,
2006)
Monitoring Requirements
Permittee must monitor discharges four times per year until concentrations below
benchmarks are measured for eight quarters.
Permittee must monitor discharges four times per year in the first year of permit
coverage. If pollutant concentrations exceed benchmark values, then the permittee must
implement additional BMPs to remedy the situation and continue to monitor four times
per year until measured concentrations are below benchmark values.
Permittee must monitor discharges three times per year.
Permittee must monitor discharges at least twice per year until all concentrations are
below benchmarks for three consecutive sampling events.
Permittee must monitor at least once during the first year of coverage. If pollutant
concentrations exceed benchmark values, then permittee must implement additional
BMPs to remedy the situation and must continue to monitor twice per year until
measured concentrations are below benchmark values.
Copper mining and dressing facilities must monitor their discharges four times per year
for COD, TSS, and nitrate plus nitrite nitrogen during years 2 and 4 of permit coverage.
No specifications for other types of mines.
Permittee must monitor discharges once per year; alternatively, the permittee may
submit a statement that these discharges will not cause exceedances of applicable WQS.
Permittee must monitor discharges once per year.
Except for coal pile runoff, monitoring is not required on a routine basis. d
Monitoring is not required on a routine basis. d
Analytes to be Monitored
:/5
in
H

X
X
X
X
X
X
X



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       During the review of state general permits, EPA identified the following issues:

       •      One state, Washington, required more stringent stormwater monitoring than the
             Federal MSGP;
       •      Four states did not require that metals be analyzed;
       •      Eight states required less frequent sampling than what is specified in the Federal
             MSGP; and
       •      Two states require no routine sampling at all.

       EPA found that state stormwater permits are generally less restrictive than the federal
MSGP.

9.3.2   Surface Water Impacts from Ore Mines

       To research surface water impacts from ore mines, EPA conducted a search of Total
Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) documents. To identify TMDL studies for this analysis, EPA
used search tools available from the Waters21 Web site. While these tools allowed EPA to focus
the search on ore mine-related TMDLs, they represent an incomplete collection of TMDL
documents. At the time of this search, the Waters tool contained 7,670 TMDL documents;
however, EPA has anticipated that more than 36,000 TMDLs will be completed for water bodies
that were identified as impaired as of 2001 (U.S. EPA, 2001). Because some TMDL documents
are not available through EPA's database, it was not feasible to do a comprehensive review of
every TMDL document for this  analysis.

       9.3.2.1     Extraction and Review of TMDL Documents Database

       EPA used the Waters TMDL Document Search tool22, which performs text searches of
all TMDL documents in EPA's  database. EPA searched for all documents containing the terms
"mine" or "mining."

       Some of the TMDL documents in EPA's database that contain  the search terms "mine" or
"mining" are irrelevant to the Ore Mining ELGs. For example, a TMDL document may discuss
watershed impacts from coal or gravel mining. To screen out these and other types of irrelevant
documents, EPA developed the  system for identifying TMDL documents  relevant to the Ore
Mining ELGs discussed in the remainder of this subsection.

       The search for documents containing the terms "mine" or "mining" narrowed the 7,760
TMDL documents available to 1,668. EPA then identified documents that contained information
relevant to the Ore Mining ELGs. This analysis consisted of the following steps:

       1.     EPA removed TMDL documents for all states expect the following states with
             major ore mining activities:
21 Available online at http://iaspub.epa.gov/waterslO/text_search.tmdl_search_form. Accessed on January 22nd,
2009.
22 Ibid.	
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              —    Alaska                                —    New Mexico;
              —    Arizona;                               —    Nevada;
              —    California;                             —    South Dakota;
              —    Colorado;                              —    Utah; and
              —    Montana;                              —    Washington.

              Removing TMDL documents for all states other than those listed above reduced
              the number of documents for further review from 1,668 to 158.

       2.      EPA performed a text search using the terms "mine" and "mining" and
              determined if mining operations discussed in the document were ore mining
              operations. EPA removed documents that lacked detail on the type of mining
              present in the watershed from the tracking spreadsheet. Removing documents that
              did not specifically describe ore mining operations reduced the number of
              documents for further review from 158 to 42.

       3.      EPA reviewed the sections containing the search terms "mine" and "mining" to
              determine whether the document identified abandoned or closed mines. EPA
              noted this information but did not remove any documents from further analysis.

       4.      EPA reviewed the sections containing the search terms "mine" and "mining" to
              determine whether the document identified large-scale (non-recreational), active
              mines. Removing documents that did not specifically describe large-scale, active
              mines reduced the number of documents for further review from 42 to 9.

       5.      EPA performed a text search using the terms "waste rock" and "tailing" to
              identify documents that discuss water quality impacts from waste rock and
              tailings piles. EPA identified 23 documents that discuss impacts from waste rock
              and tailings piles.

       6.      EPA verified that TMDLs listed mining activities as a source of impairment. In
              cases where it was not clear that mining was  a source of impairment,  EPA
              removed these from further analysis. Removing documents that described ore
              mining activities but did not list them as  a source of impairment reduced the
              number of documents for further review  from nine to seven.

       9.3.2.2    TMDL Studies Identifying Active Ore  Mining Sources

       EPA identified seven TMDL studies that described impacts from mining operations that
were active/recently active23 at the time the studies were written. EPA reviewed in detail the
relevant information in these studies as part of the TMDL analysis. Table 9-14  summarizes
information from these seven TMDL studies (Krejci, 2009).
23 Ore mining operations commonly close and re-open periodically according to the fluctuating prices of the metals
they produce. Few mines are continually operational over spans of time long enough to identify them as sources of
impairment while they are still active. In light of these observations, ERG selected TMDL studies that included
discussion of recently closed mines.	
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 Table 9-14. TMDL Studies with Information on Active and Recently Closed Ore Mines
TMDL Study
Pinto Creek
French Gulch
Pena Blanca
Red River
(Rio Grande
to
Headwaters)
Bryant Creek
Lower
Similkameen
River
Trinity River
Pollutants of
Concern
Copper
Cadmium,
Copper, Zinc
Mercury
Aluminum,
Turbidity,
and Sediment
Arsenic,
Copper, Iron,
Nickel,
Temperature,
Turbidity,
TSS
Arsenic
Sediment
Active and
Recently Closed
Mines b
• Gibson Mine
(closed);
• BHP Pinto
Creek Mine
(active); and
• Carlota Copper
Project (active).
Zonia Mine
(closed)
St. Patrick Mine
(closed)
Molycorp Questa
Mine (active)
Leviathan Mine
(closed)
• Similco Mine
(active);
• Dankoe Mine
(active);
• Corona Nickel
Plate Mine
(active); and
• Cadorado Mine
(active).
• (All in Canada)
• DeinerMine
(closed)
• La Grange
(closed)
Summary of Data Available
Appendix A (data and figures)
not included; some data is
provided in the text of the report.
Document includes extensive in-
stream monitoring data for metals
and load estimates for all stream
segments.
Study provides concentration data
from sediment and fish tissue
samples and some concentration
data from water column samples
Document includes in-stream
monitoring data for aluminum,
benthic macroinvertebrates,
stream flow, turbidity, and TSS; it
does not provide data for any
mine sites.
Document includes statistical
summary of stream flow, arsenic,
iron, turbidity, and TSS
measurements in creek. No data
are provided for mine sites.
Document includes in-stream
monitoring data for arsenic. No
data are provided for mine sites.
Study estimates sediment loads
from major sources.
Additional Comments
None.
None.
The TMDL study identified
other past mining projects
and current exploratory
projects, but it does not
provide information on
their relative potential
mercury loads.
None.
Although mining impacts
are referenced throughout
the TMDL document, the
study describes only the
Leviathan Mine.
The TMDL study
acknowledges that active
mining occurs in the U.S.
portion of the Similkameen
watershed, but it does not
specifically mention any
mine sites in the U.S.
None.
a - Listed in order of probable relevance to the Ore Mining and Dressing ELGs.
b - Mine status in parenthesis. "Closed" means both inactive and permanently closed.
TSS - Total Suspended Solids.
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       Although many TMDL documents discuss water quality impacts due to historic mining,
EPA found only a limited number of documents discussing impacts due to current mining
operations. Based on this information, EPA concluded that discharges from  active mines have
not been a significant reason for the development of TMDLs.

9.3.3   Compliance Analysis of the Ore Mining Category

       At this time (at this report's publication), EPA continues a compliance review for
facilities in the Ore Mining Category with data available through Enforcement and Compliance
History Online (ECHO). ECHO is a data system administered by EPA's Office of Enforcement
and Compliance Assurance (OECA) and is available online at http://www.epa-echo.gov/echo/.
EPA plans to use ECHO data as an indicator of general compliance status for the  ore mining
category. Conclusions about compliance status will be limited due to the incomplete information
for NPDES minors in ECHO. This data will also assist EPA in determining which - if any - of
the pollutants controlled by the Ore Mining ELGs are commonly associated with effluent limits
violations.

       EPA also anticipates using information available through ECHO, PCS, and ICIS-NPDES
to identify facilities in the Ore Mining Category classified as NPDES minors. For some states,
ECHO includes information on NPDES minor facilities, including facilities  that are permitted
through general stormwater permits. Where possible, EPA will evaluate the  completeness of
databases used for EPA's annual review (e.g., TRI, PCS, ICIS-NPDES) for those  states that
voluntarily submit data on NPDES minors to the ECHO database. EPA is specifically using
ECHO to identify NPDES minors because the annual review databases have less information on
NPDES minors.

9.3.4   Ongoing A ctivities

       As part of the  Ore Mining Category review, EPA continues to collect monitoring data
from EPA's regional offices to assess the potential hazard of stormwater discharges from ore
mining operations. EPA will analyze available pollutant concentration data for stormwater to
determine if discharges from the  Ore Mining Category warrant further review. Based on the
information provided  by the review of state general stormwater permits, only limited stormwater
monitoring data will be  available for some states.

9.4    Ore Mining Category Issues Identified and Additional Review

       The conclusions of the Ore Mining Category review are as follows:

       •     The Ore Mining Category discharges continue to rank high according to EPA's
             screening-level databases;
       •     Discharges from active mines are not a  significant reason for the development of
             TMDLs;  and
       •     There are incomplete data available (e.g., stormwater discharge data, discharge
             data for PCS/ICIS-NPDES minors) for a full analysis of the Ore Mining
             Category.
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      EPA prioritizes point source categories with existing regulations for potential revision
based on the greatest estimated toxicity to human health and the environment, measured as
TWPE. Based on the above conclusions, EPA is assigning this category with a lower priority for
revision (i.e., this category is marked with "(5)" in the "Findings" column in Table V-l in the
Federal Register notice that presents the 2009 annual review of existing effluent guidelines and
pretreatment standards).

9.5   Ore Mining Category References

      1.      California Water Resources Control Board (CA WRCB). 2004. NPDES General
             Permit Number CAS000001. Sacramento, CA. (September). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-
             0517 DCN 06899.

      2.      Colorado  Department of Public Health and the Environment (CO DPHE). 2006.
             CDPS General Permit: Stormwater Discharges Associated with Metal Mining
             Operations and Mine-Waste Remediation. Denver, CO. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
             2008-0517 DCN 06898.

      3.      Krejci, Chris. 2008. Memorandum to Public Record for Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan 2008. RE: Status of Ore Mining Category Review. Chantilly, Va.
             (January). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 05967.

      4.      Krejci, Chris. 2009. Memorandum to the Public Record for the Preliminary 2010
             Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. RE: Summary of TMDL Studies Relevant to
             the Ore Mining and Dressing ELGs. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN
             06916.

      5.      Montana Department of Environmental Quality (MO DEQ). 2007.  General
             Permit for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Mining and with Oil and Gas
             Activities: Permit Number MTR300000. Helena, MT. (October).  EPA-HQ-OW-
             2008-0517 DCN 06900.

      6.      Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (NV DCNR). 2008.
             Stormwater General Permit NVR050000. Carson City, NV. (September). EPA-
             HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06897.

      7.      South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (SD DENR).
             2003. General Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial
             Activities. Pierre, SD. (November). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06901.

      8.      Thomas, John. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Chris Krejci,
             ERG, and John Thomas, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. (May  1). EPA-
             HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06410.

      9.      U.S. Economic Census. 2002. Available online at:
             http://www.census.gov/econ/census02.
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10.    U. S. EPA. 1982. Development Document for Effluent Guidelines and Standards
      for the Ore Mining and Dressing Point Source Category. EPA-440/1 -82-061.
      Washington, DC.

11.    U.S. EPA. 1988. Development Document for Effluent Limitations and Guidelines
      for New Source Performance Standards for the Ore Mining and Dressing Point
      Source Category Gold Placer Mine Subcategory. EPA-440/1-88-061.
      Washington, DC.

12.    U.S. EPA. 2001. The National Costs of Implementing TMDLs. EPA 841-D-01-
      003. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06698.

13.    U. S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA 821-R-04-014. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
      2003-0074-1346 through 1352.

14.    U.S. EPA. 2005. Preliminary Review of Prioritized Categories of Industrial
      Dischargers. EPA-821-B-05-004. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
      2004-0032-0016.

15.    U. S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-
      OW-2004-0032-2782

16.    U. S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
      Guidelines Program Plan.  EPA-821-R-07-007. Washington, DC. (October).
      EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.

17.    U. S. EPA. 2008a. Technical Support Document for the 2008 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA-821-R-08-015 Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
      2006-0771-1701.

18.    U.S. EPA. 2008b. Environmental Protection Agency Authorization to Discharge
      Under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System -Multi-Sector
      General Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity
      (MSGP). Washington, DC. (September).  EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06896.

19.    U.S. EPA. 2009. Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing
      Effluent Guidelines and Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories.
      EPA-821-R-09-007. Washington, DC. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN
      06557.

20.    Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UT DEQ). 2006. General Multi-
      Sector Industrial Stormwater Permit. Salt Lake City, Utah. (January). EPA-HQ-
      OW-2008-0517 DCN 06902.
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21.    Washington Department of Ecology (WA DE). 2008. The Industrial Stormwater
      General Permit: A NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit for
      Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activities. Olympia,
      Washington. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06923.

22.    Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WY DEQ). 2007. Authorization
      to Discharge Storm Water Associated with Industrial Activity Under the Wyoming
      Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WYPDES). Cheyenne, WY.
      (September). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06909.
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10.    ORGANIC CHEMICALS, PLASTICS, AND SYNTHETIC FIBERS (40 CFR PART 414)

       EPA identified the Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers (OCPSF) Point
Source Category (40 CFR Part 414) for preliminary category review as part of the Preliminary
2010 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. This industry was reviewed previously in each of EPA's
Preliminary and Final Effluent Guidelines Program Plans from 2004 to 2007 (U.S. EPA, 2004;
U.S. EPA, 2005; U.S. EPA, 2006; U.S. EPA, 2007; U.S. EPA, 2008).

       This section describes the results of EPA's 2009 preliminary category review of the
OCPSF Category. EPA is currently reviewing discharges from the Chlorinated Hydrocarbon
Manufacturing Segment of the OCPSF Category as part of the Chlorine and Chlorinated
Hydrocarbons (CCH) effluent guidelines rulemaking. Because a rulemaking for this segment of
the OCPSF Category is underway, EPA excluded discharges  from these facilities from further
consideration in this review (see Table V-l, 73 FR 53218, September 15, 2008).

10.1   OCPSF Category Background

       This subsection provides background on the OCPSF Category including a brief profile of
the OCPSF industry and background on 40 CFR Part 414.

10.1.1  OCPSF Industry Profile

       The OCPSF industry includes many chemical industries producing a wide variety of end
products, such as polypropylene, vinyl chloride and polyvinyl chloride (PVC), chlorinated
solvents, rubber precursors, Styrofoam additives, and polyester. Some OCPSF facilities are
extremely complex and produce hundreds of chemicals, while others are simpler, producing one
or two end products. EPA considered the following 22 NAICS codes as part of the OCPSF
Category:

       •      311999OCPSF: All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing;
       •      324199OCPSF: All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing;
       •      325110: Petrochemical Manufacturing;
       •      325120OCPSF: Industrial Gas Manufacturing;
       •      325132: Synthetic Organic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing;
       •      325188OCPSF: All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing;
       •      325192: Cyclic Crude and Intermediate Manufacturing;
       •      325193: Ethyl Alcohol Manufacturing;
       •      325199: All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing;
       •      325211: Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing;
       •      325221: Cellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing;
       •      325222: Noncellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing;
       •      325510OCPSF: Paint and Coating Manufacturing;
       •      325520: Adhesive Manufacturing;
       •      325611 OCPSF: Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing;
       •      325612: Polish and Other Sanitation Good Manufacturing;
       •      325620: Toilet Preparation Manufacturing;
       •      325998: All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation
             Manufacturing;

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       •      326199OCPSF: All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing;
       •      339999OCPSF: All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing;
       •      424690: Other Chemical and Allied Products Merchant Wholesalers; and
       •      562920: Materials Recovery Facilities.

       Wastewater generated by facilities in NAICS codes 311999, 324199, 325120, 325188,
325510, 325611, 326199, 339999 can be regulated under multiple categories. EPA reviewed
available information about pollutant loads and manufacturing operations for facilities reporting
these NAICS codes. EPA assigned the extension "OCPSF" to the end of the NAICS codes of
facilities that likely primarily generate wastewater regulated by the OCPSF ELGs. For example,
most facilities in NAICS code 324199 are grouped under the Petroleum Refining ELGs.

       This list of NAICS codes includes facilities that EPA determined are potential new
subcategories to the OCPSF Category. As part of the 2004 annual review, EPA reviewed
industries with SIC codes not clearly subject to existing ELGs. EPA concluded that the
processes, operations, wastewaters, and pollutants of facilities in the following SIC codes are
similar to  those of the OCPSF Category (U.S. EPA, 2004):24

       •      2821: Plastics Materials, Synthetic and Resins, and Nonvulcanizable Elastomers;
       •      2824: Manmade Organic Fibers, Except Cellulosic;
       •      2842: Specialty Cleaning, Polishing, and Sanitation Preparations;
       •      2844: Perfumes, Cosmetics, and Other Toilet Preparations (except toothpaste, gel,
              and dentifrice powders);
       •      2869: Industrial Organic Chemicals, NEC (cyclopropane,  diethylcyclohexane,
              naphthalene sulfonic acid);
       •      2891: Adhesives and Sealants;
       •      2899: Chemicals and Chemical Preparations, NEC (table salt); and
       •      5169: Chemicals and Allied Products, NEC (merchant wholesalers).

As part of the 2009 annual review, EPA reclassified these SIC codes as equivalent NAICS codes
for use with the U.S. Economic Census and 2007 TRI data that are reported by NAICS code.
However, there is not a direct relationship between one SIC and one NAICS code. As a result,
EPA included the following NAICS codes in the 2009 annual review of the OCPSF Category
because they contain facilities with operations that  are similar to the SIC  codes above:

       •      311999OCPSF: All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing;
       •      325188OCPSF: All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing;
       •      325199: All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing;
       •      325222: Noncellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing;
       •      325510OCPSF: Paint and Coating Manufacturing;
       •      325520: Adhesive Manufacturing;
       •      325611 OCPSF: Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing;
       •      325620: Toilet Preparation Manufacturing;
24 The tables in this section include discharge information from facilities reporting these SIC codes and the
corresponding NAICS codes; however, these facilities contribute negligible amounts of TWPE. Consistent with the
conclusions drawn during the 2004 detailed study (U.S. EPA, 2004) and 2006 review (U.S. EPA, 2006), EPA found
that large numbers of these facilities discharge no wastewater and only a small number of facilities discharge TWPE
greater than zero.	
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             325998: All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation
             Manufacturing;
             326199OCPSF: All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing;
             339999OCPSF: All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing; and
             424690: Other Chemical and Allied Products Merchant Wholesalers.
       Table 10-1 lists the number of facilities for the 22 NAICS codes with operations in the
OCPSF Category. Because facilities report SIC codes in DMRLoads2007, and the U.S.
Economic Census and TRI report data by NAICS code, EPA reclassified the 2007 DMR by the
equivalent NAICS code.

                        Table 10-1. Number of OCPSF Facilities
NAICS Code
3 1 1999OCPSF All Other Miscellaneous Food
Manufacturing
324199OCPSF All Other Petroleum and Coal
Products Manufacturing
325 110 Petrochemical Manufacturing
325120OCPSF Industrial Gas Manufacturing
325132 Synthetic Organic Dye and Pigment
Manufacturing
325188OCPSF All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical
Manufacturing
325192 Cyclic Crude and Intermediate
Manufacturing
325193 Ethyl Alcohol Manufacturing
325199 All Other Basic Organic Chemical
Manufacturing
32521 1 Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing
325222 Noncellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing
325510OCPSF Paint and Coating Manufacturing
325520 Adhesive Manufacturing
32561 1OCPSF Soap and Other Detergent
Manufacturing
325612 Polish and Other Sanitation Good
Manufacturing
325620 Toilet Preparation Manufacturing
325998 All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product
and Preparation Manufacturing
326199OCPSF All Other Plastics Product
Manufacturing
339999OCPSF All Other Miscellaneous
Manufacturing
562920 Materials Recovery Facilities
Number of Facilities
2002 U.S. Economic
Census
NA
NA
56
NA
123
NA
37
72
685
690
95
NA
595
NA
604
867
1,188
NA
NA
947
2007 DMR a
817
2007 TRI b
2
1
66
2
37
1
19
110
373
354
28
9
150
13
87
28
305
3
2
5
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                         Table 10-1. Number of OCPSF Facilities
NAICS Code
424690 Other Chemical and Allied Products
Merchant Wholesalers
325221 Cellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing
Total
Number of Facilities
2002 U.S. Economic
Census
11,158
8
> 17,125
2007 DMRa
83
3
903
2007 TRI b
433
4
2,032
Source: U.S. Economic Census, 2002 (U.S. Census, 2002); TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads2007_v2.
a - Major and minor dischargers. Also, DMR data are reported by SIC code; therefore, EPA used an NAICS to SIC
crosswalk for comparison purposes.
b - Releases to any media.
NA - Not applicable. These facility-specific NAICS codes do not correspond to NAICS codes in the 2002 U.S.
Economic Census.
10.1.2 40 CFR Part 414

       EPA first promulgated ELGs for the OCPSF Category (40 CFR Part 414) on
November 5, 1987 (52 FR 42568). This category consists of seven subcategories that apply to
the manufacture of products and product groups, as shown in Table 10-2 with corresponding
NAICS codes and applicability. Subparts B through H have limitations for BODs, TSS, and pH.
The regulation also includes limitations and/or pretreatment standards for certain toxic pollutants
in three additional  subparts:

       •      Subpart I — Direct Discharge Point Sources That Use End-of-Pipe Biological
              Treatment;
       •      Subpart J — Direct Discharge Point Sources That Do Not Use End-of-Pipe
              Biological Treatment; and
       •      Subpart K — Indirect Discharge Point Sources.

             Table 10-2. Applicability of Subcategories in the OCPSF Category
Subpart
B
C
D
E
Subcategory Title
Rayon Fibers
Other Fibers
Thermoplastic Resins
Thermosetting Resins
Related SIC Code(s) a
2823 : Cellulosic Manmade Fibers
2824: Synthetic Organic Fibers,
Except Cellulosic
28213: Thermoplastic Resins
28214: Thermosetting Resins
Subcategory Applicability
Cellulosic manmade fiber (Rayon)
manufactured by the Viscose process.
All other synthetic fibers (except
Rayon) including, but not limited to,
products listed in Section 414.30.
Any plastic product classified as a
thermoplastic resin including, but not
limited to, products listed in Section
414.40.
Any plastic product classified as a
thermosetting resin including, but not
limited to, products listed in Section
414.50.
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            Table 10-2. Applicability of Subcategories in the OCPSF Category
Subpart
F
G
H
Subcategory Title
Commodity Organic
Chemicals
Bulk Organic
Chemicals
Specialty Organic
Chemicals
Related SIC Code(s) a
2865: Cyclic Crudes and
Intermediates, Dyes and Organic
Pigments
2869: Industrial Organic
Chemicals, NEC
2865: Cyclic Crudes and
Intermediates, Dyes and Organic
Pigments
2869: Industrial Organic
Chemicals, NEC
2865: Cyclic Crudes and
Intermediates, Dyes and Organic
Pigments
2869: Industrial Organic
Chemicals, NEC
Subcategory Applicability
Commodity organic chemicals and
commodity organic chemical groups
including, but not limited to, products
listed in Section 414.60.
Bulk organic chemicals and bulk
organic chemical groups including,
but not limited to, products listed in
Section 4 14.70.
All other organic chemicals and
organic chemical groups including,
but not limited to, products listed in
the OCPSF Development Document
(Vol. II, Appendix II-A, Table VII).
Source: Product and Product Group Discharges Subject to Effluent Limitations and Standards for the Organic
Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers Point Source Category — 40 CFR 414, Table 2-2 (U.S. EPA, 2005b).
a - During the 2009 annual review EPA developed a crosswalk between SIC codes and NAICS codes. Because there
is not a direct match EPA did not report NAICS codes.

10.2   OCPSF Category 2009 Annual Review

       This subsection discusses EPA's 2009 annual review of the OCPSF Category including
the screening-level review and category-specific review.

10.2.1 OCPSF 2009 Screening-Level Review

       Table 10-3 compares the OCPSF Category TWPE for 2004 and 2007, calculated using
TRIReleases2004 v3,PCSLoads2004v4, TRIReleases2007 v2, andDMRLoads2007 v3. The
table excludes the amount of TWPE contributed by the Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Manufacturing
Segment. EPA is currently considering revisions to ELGs for discharges from facilities that
produce chlorinated hydrocarbons. Because a rulemaking  for the CCH sector of the OCPSF is
underway, discharges from these facilities were excluded from further consideration for the
OCPSF Category review under the current planning cycle.

       The combined DMR and TRI TWPE decreased from 2004 to 2007. The 2007 TRI TWPE
accounts for approximately  58 percent of the combined 2007 TWPE.
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  Table 10-3. OCPSF Point Source Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004 and 2007
Year of Discharge
2004
2007
Year of Review
2007
2009
OCPSF Category a
TRI TWPE b
957,134
574,741
DMR TWPE c
608,394
413,226
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; TRIReleases2004_v3;  TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Excludes the chlorinated hydrocarbon manufacturing facilities in the OCPSF Category.
b - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
c - Discharges include only major dischargers.

10.2.2 OCPSF Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern

       Table 10-4 lists the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in TRIReleases2007_v2 and
TRIReleases2004_v3, while Table 10-5 lists the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in
DMRLoads2007_v3 and PCSLoads2004  v4.

              Table 10-4. 2009 Review: OCPSF Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant
Dioxin and Dioxin Like Compounds
Chlorine
Hydroquinone
Fob/cyclic Aromatic Compounds
Lead and Lead Compounds
Hexachlorobenzene
Nitrate Compounds
OCPSF Category Total
2004 a
Rank
1
3
4
8
20
2
5
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
8
15
6
8
63
4
130
745 b
TWPE
693,358
22,921
17,051
11,027
2,468
84,480
16,217
957,134
2007 a
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
26
7
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
4
13
4
7
55
2
91
586 b
TWPE
397,949
27,542
18,469
18,157
16,517
627
9,133
574,742
Source: TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2007_v2.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
NA - Not applicable.
             Table 10-5. 2009 Review: OCPSF Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollutant
Copper
Hexachlorobenzene
Chlorine
Fluoride
Nickel
2004
Rank
7
2
4
5
20
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant
92
13
46
12
54
TWPE
17,062
122,529
38,162
28,238
3,477
2007
Rank
1
2
o
6
4
5
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant
88
13
46
13
58
TWPE
119,475
62,671
45,596
35,481
23,008
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             Table 10-5. 2009 Review: OCPSF Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollutant
Aluminum
Benzidine
OCPSF Category Total
2004
Rank
1
o
6
NA
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant
20
1
202 a
TWPE
209,183
63,844
608,394
2007
Rank
12
NR
NA
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant
18
NR
195 a
TWPE
6,380
NR
413,226
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; andDMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
NA - Not applicable.
NR - Not reported.

       EPA identified the OCPSF Category pollutants of concern based on relative TWPE. EPA
focused its 2009 annual review on discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds from 2007
TRI and discharges of copper from 2007 DMR. EPA did not investigate the other top pollutants
as part of the 2009 annual review because they are consistent with findings in past years of
review of this category, including similar facilities and pollutants. As a result, EPA does not plan
to review the other top pollutants in detail.

       10.2.2.1  OCPSF Category Dioxin Discharges in TRI

       Discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds decreased by approximately 295,000
TWPE from TRI 2004 to TRI 2007. However, dioxin and dioxin-like compounds contributed 69
percent of the category TRI TWPE for 2007. Approximately 94 percent of the dioxin and dioxin-
like compound discharges are from Dow Chemical Co.'s Midland, MI facility. As part of the
2006 annual review, EPA contacted Dow Midland and determined the discharges of dioxin and
dioxin-like compounds were from mostly  historical processes and waste management units that
are no longer in operation at the site. Dow stated that a very  small portion of the dioxin and
dioxin-like compounds may be from an on-site incinerator (U.S. EPA, 2006). EPA continues to
follow up with the Dow Midland facility regarding these dioxin discharges.

       10.2.2.2  OCPSF Category Copper Discharges in DMR

       Copper accounted for 29 percent of the OCPSF Category DMR 2007  TWPE.  The
majority (87 percent) of the copper discharges were from GE Silicones, LLC in Friendly,  WV.
EPA contacted GE Silicones as part of the 2009 annual review. GE Silicones indicated that the
copper concentration was measured in ug/L rather than mg/L (Martin, 2009). As a result,  the
discharges of copper in DMR decrease from 119,475 TWPE to 15,196 TWPE and the OCPSF
Category 2007 DMR TWPE decreased to  308,947 TWPE.

10.3   OCPSF Category Potential New Subcategories

       During the 2009 review, EPA did not identify any potential new subcategories for the
OCPSF Point Source Category.
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10.4   OCPSF Category Issues Identified and Additional Review

       EPA's estimate of the toxicity of OCPSF Point Source Category discharges is largely due
to the TRI-reported discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds and DMR-reported
discharges of copper. During the 2009 annual review, EPA did not obtain any information to
change its conclusions that have previously been made regarding the wastewater discharges from
the OCPSF manufacturing facilities. Therefore, the conclusions of the OCPSF Chemicals
Category are as follows:

       •      EPA determined there is a units error (1,000 times larger) for the copper
             concentrations reported to the 2007 DMR by GE Silicones in Friendly, WV.
             Correcting this units error decreases the OCPSF Category 2007 TWPE to 308,947
             TWPE.

Further review of this category may focus on the following issues:

       •      In future years, EPA may analyze the TRI-reported dioxin discharges, including
             facilities dominating the TWPE, the methods used to estimate reported discharge,
             process sources,  and concentrations discharged.

       EPA prioritizes point source categories with existing regulations for potential revision
based on the greatest estimated toxicity to human health and the environment, measured as
TWPE. Based on the above conclusions, EPA is assigning this category with a lower priority for
revision (i.e., this category is marked with "(3)" in the "Findings" column in Table V-l in the
Federal Register notice that presents the 2009 annual review of existing effluent guidelines and
pretreatment standards).

10.5   OCPSF Category References

       1.     Martin, Jason. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
             Sabol, ERG and Jason Martin, MPM Silicones LLC. RE: Basis of copper (total
             recoverable) concentrations reported in 2007 DMR. (July 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-
             0517 DCN 06549.

       2.     U.S. Economic Census. 2002. Available online at:
             http://www.census.gov/econ/census02.

       3.     U. S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan. EPA 821-R-04-014. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
             2003-0074-1346 through 1352.

       4.     U.S. EPA. 2005a. Preliminary 2005 Review of Prioritized Categories of
             Industrial Dischargers. EPA-821-B-05-004. Washington, DC.  (August). EPA-
             HQ-OW-2004-0032-0016.
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 5.     U.S. EPA. 2005b. Product and Product Group Discharges Subject to Effluent
       Limitations and Standards for the Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic
       Fibers Point Source Category. Washington, DC. (April). EPA-HQ-OW-2004-
       032-2568.

 6.     U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
       Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). Docket OW-
       2004-0032-2782.

 7.     U. S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
       Guidelines Program Plan. EPA-821-R-07-007. Washington, DC. (October).
       EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.

 8.     U. S. EPA. 2008. Technical Support Document for the 2008 Effluent Guidelines
       Program Plan. EPA-821-R-08-015 Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
       2006-0771-1701.
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11.    PETROLEUM REFINING (40 CFR PART 419)

       EPA identified the Petroleum Refining Category (40 CFR Part 419) for preliminary
category review as part of the Preliminary 2010 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. This industry
was reviewed previously in each of EPA's Preliminary and Final Effluent Guidelines Program
Plans from 2004 to 2008 (U.S. EPA, 2004; U.S. EPA, 2005; U.S. EPA, 2006; U.S. EPA, 2007;
U.S. EPA, 2008).  This section describes the results of EPA's 2009 preliminary category review
of the Petroleum Refining Category.

11.1   Petroleum Refining Category Background

       This section provides background on the Petroleum Refining Category including a brief
profile of the petroleum refining industry and background on 40 CFR Part 419.

11.1.1 Petroleum Refining Industry Profile

       The petroleum refining industry includes facilities that produce gasoline, kerosene,
distillate fuel oils, residual fuel oils, and lubricants through fractionation or straight distillation of
crude oil, redistillation of unfinished petroleum derivatives, cracking, or other processes. EPA
considered the following six NAICS codes as part of the Petroleum Refining Category:

       •      324110: Petroleum Refineries;
       •      324191: Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease Manufacturing;
       •      324199: All  Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing;
       •      325998PR: All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation
              Manufacturing;
       •      424710: Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals; and
       •      486110: Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil.

       Wastewater generated by facilities in NAICS code 325998 can be regulated under
multiple categories. EPA reviewed available information about pollutant loads and
manufacturing operations for facilities reporting this NAICS code. EPA assigned the extension
"PR" to the end of the NAICS codes of facilities that likely primarily generate wastewater
regulated by the Petroleum  Refining ELGs. Most facilities in NAICS code 325998 are grouped
under the Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers Point Source Category.

       This list of NAICS codes includes facilities that EPA determined are potential new
subcategories to the Petroleum Refining Category. As part of the 2004 annual  review, EPA
reviewed industries with SIC codes not clearly subject to existing ELGs. EPA concluded that the
processes, operations, wastewaters, and pollutants of facilities in the following SIC codes are
similar to those of the Petroleum Refining Category (U.S. EPA, 2004):25
25 The tables in this section include discharge information from facilities reporting these SIC codes and the
corresponding NAICS codes; however, these facilities contribute negligible amounts of TWPE. Consistent with the
conclusions drawn during the 2004 detailed study (U.S. EPA, 2004) and 2006 review (U.S. EPA, 2006), EPA found
that large numbers of these facilities discharge no wastewater and only a small number of facilities discharge TWPE
greater than zero.	
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       •      2911: Petroleum Refining;
       •      2992: Lubricating Oils and Greases;
       •      4612: Crude Petroleum Pipelines; and
       •      5171: Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (except petroleum sold via retail
              method).

As part of the 2009 annual review, EPA reclassified these SIC codes as equivalent NAICS codes
for use with the U.S. Economic Census and 2007 TRI data that are reported by NAICS code.
However, there is not a direct relationship between one SIC and one NAICS codes.  As a result,
EPA included the following NAICS codes in the 2009 annual review of the Petroleum Refining
Category because they contain facilities with operations that are similar to the SIC codes above:

       •      324191: Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease Manufacturing;
       •      324199: All  Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing;
       •      325998PR: All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation
              Manufacturing;
       •      424710: Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals; and
       •      486110: Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil.

       Table 11-1 lists the number of facilities for the six NAICS codes with operations in the
Petroleum Refining Category. Because facilities report SIC codes in DMRLoads2007, and the
U.S. Economic Census and TRI report data by NAICS code, EPA reclassified the 2007 DMR by
the equivalent NAICS codes.

                   Table  11-1. Number of Petroleum Refining Facilities
NAICS Code
324110: Petroleum Refineries
324199: All Other Petroleum and Coal Products
Manufacturing
324191: Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease
Manufacturing
325998PR: All Other Miscellaneous Chemical
Product and Preparation Manufacturing
424710: Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals;
4861 10: Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil
Total
Number of Facilities
2002 U.S. Economic
Census
203
82
412
NA
4,836
252
5,785
2007 DMR a
259
50
1,040
44
1,393
2007 TRI b
160
38
115
2
465
0
780
Source: U.S. Economic Census, 2002 (U.S. Census, 2002); TRIReleases2007_v2; DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Major and minor dischargers. Also, DMR data are reported by SIC code; therefore, EPA used an NAICS to SIC
crosswalk for comparison purposes.
b - Releases to any media.
NA - Not applicable. These facility-specific NAICS codes do not correspond to NAICS codes in the 2002 U.S.
Economic Census.
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11.1.2  40 CFR Part 419

       EPA first promulgated ELGs for the Petroleum Refining Category (40 CFR Part 419) on
October 18, 1982 (47 FR 46446). The five subcategories established all have limitations or
standards set for BPT, BAT, BCT, PSES, NSPS, and PSNS. EPA established numerical
limitations for ammonia as nitrogen, hexavalent chromium, phenolic compounds, sulfide, and
total chromium in at least one subcategory. Section 7 of the 2004 Technical Support Document
provides more information on the existing regulations for the Petroleum Refining Category (U.S.
EPA, 2004).

11.2   Petroleum Refining Category 2009 Annual Review

       This subsection discusses EPA's 2009 annual review of the Petroleum Refining Category
including the screening-level review and category-specific review.

11.2.1  Petroleum Refining 2009 Screening-Level Review

       Table  11-2 compares the Petroleum Refining Category TWPE for 2004 and 2007,
calculated using TRIReleases2004_v3,PCSLoads2004_v4, TRIReleases2007 v2, and
DMRLoads2007_v3. The combined DMR and TRI TWPE decreased from 2004 to 2007. The
2007 DMR TWPE accounts for approximately 70 percent of the combined 2007 TWPE.

  Table 11-2. Petroleum Refining Category TRI and DMR Discharges for 2004  and 2007
Year of Discharge
2004
2007
Year of Review
2007
2009
Petroleum Refining Category
TRI TWPE a
669,434
171,756
DMR TWPE b
818,705
402,506
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2007_v2; w&DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Discharges include only major dischargers.

11.2.2  Petroleum Refining Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern

       Table 11-3 lists the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in TRIReleases2007_v2 and
TRIReleases2004_v3, while Table 11-4 lists the five chemicals with the highest TWPE in
DMRLoads2007 v3 and PCSLoads2004  v4.
        Table 11-3. 2009 Review: Petroleum Refining Category Top TRI Pollutants


Pollutant
Dioxin and Dioxin Like Compounds
Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds
Nitrate Compounds
2004 a


Rank
1
2
4
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
17
65
63


TWPE
558,877
26,110
12,497
2007 a


Rank
1
2
3
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
9
43
44


TWPE
94,472
31,021
9,396
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        Table 11-3. 2009 Review: Petroleum Refining Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant
Lead and Lead Compounds
Nickel and Nickel Compounds
Mercury and Mercury Compounds
Petroleum Refining Category Total
2004 a
Rank
3
11
5
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
108
46
61
325 b
TWPE
19,947
1,865
11,978
669,434
2007 a
Rank
4
5
6
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
86
45
45
232 b
TWPE
9,386
5,965
5,355
171,756
Source: TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2007_v2.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
NA - Not applicable.

       Table 11-4. 2009 Review: Petroleum Refining Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollutant
Benzo(a)pyrene
Copper
Chlorine
Cyanide
Chloride
TCDD Equivalents
Sulfide
Aluminum
Fluoride
Petroleum Refining
Category Total
2004
Rank
50
15
3
12
9
1
2
4
5
NA
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant
1
20
16
13
13
1
71
9
11
100 a
TWPE
1.34
2,479
51,368
3,308
8,384
535,673
115,724
34,326
15,124
818,705
2007
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
13
NR
6
8
NA
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant
6
25
14
21
13
2
NR
8
13
100 a
TWPE
99,179
81,430
65,077
35,965
31,474
3,894
NR
20,835
15,503
402,506
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; wADMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
NA - Not applicable.
NR - Not reported.

       EPA identified the Petroleum Refining Category pollutants of concern based on relative
TWPE. EPA focused the 2009 annual review on discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds
and poly cyclic aromatic compounds (PACs) from 2007 TRI and discharges of benzo(a)pyrene,
one of the PACs, from 2007 DMR.  Discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds decreased
by approximately 464,000 TWPE from TRI 2004 to TRI 2007, while discharges of PACs
increased by approximately 5,000 TWPE from TRI 2004 to TRI 2007. EPA did not investigate
the other top pollutants as part of the 2009 annual review because the TWPE levels of other top
pollutants are consistent with findings in past years of review of this category, including similar
facilities and pollutants. As a result, EPA does not plan to review these pollutants in  detail.
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       11.2.2.1   Petroleum Refining Category Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound
                 Discharges in TRI

       Dioxin and dioxin-like compounds TRI TWPE decreased by approximately 464,000
TWPE from TRI 2004 to TRI 2007. However, dioxin and dioxin-like compounds still
contributed 55 percent of the category TRI TWPE for 2007. Table 11-5, at the end of this
section, lists all of the dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges reported to TRI from 2002 to
2007. Fifteen  facilities reported discharges of dioxin or dioxin-like compounds to TRI in 2005
and nine facilities reported discharges in TRI 2007. Of the nine refineries reporting discharges in
2007, only five of these refineries reported dioxin discharges based on analytical measurements
(i.e., see the "Basis of Estimate" field noted as "M" in Table 11-5).

       The BP Products North America, Inc. Toledo Refinery in Oregon,  OH accounted for 44
percent of dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges in TRI 2007. Chevron Products Co.
Richmond Refinery in Richmond, CA also contributed largely to the dioxin and dioxin-like
compound discharges (35 percent).  During the 2004 annual review, EPA concluded that dioxin
and dioxin like compounds are produced during catalytic reforming  and catalyst regeneration
operations at petroleum refineries. EPA also determined only two facilities detected dioxin and
dioxin-like  compounds above the Method 1613B minimum level, and both of these facilities
measured dioxin at the point immediately following catalytic  regeneration and prior to
wastewater treatment during the detailed study (U.S. EPA, 2004).

       11.2.2.2   Petroleum Refining Category PAC Discharges in TRI and DMR

       Poly cyclic aromatic compound (PACs) discharges increased by 16 percent from TRI
2004 to TRI 2007. Table 11-6, at the end of this section, lists the PACs reported to TRI from
2002 to 2007. Thirty-nine facilities  reported PAC discharges to TRI in 2005 and  36 facilities
reported PAC discharges to TRI in  2007. Valero Refining in Texas City, TX contributed 34
percent of the PAC discharges for TRI 2007. EPA examined PAC discharges from petroleum
refineries extensively for its detailed and previous preliminary studies. From these previous
studies, EPA concluded that petroleum refinery PAC discharges in TRI are either based on one-
half the detection limit multiplied by the flow or are estimated using emission factors. Therefore,
there is little evidence that PACs are being discharged to surface waters in concentrations above
the detection limit (U.S. EPA, 2004).

       The PAC discharges contained in DMR are reported as individual compounds, rather
than as PACs  like in TRI. Benzo(a)pyrene is one of the individual compounds that are included
in PACs. Benzo(a)pyrene accounted for 25 percent of the DMR 2007 TWPE. The majority (97
percent) of the benzo(a)pyrene discharges come from Calcasieu Refinery Company in Lake
Charles, LA.

11.3   Petroleum Refining Category Potential New Subcategories

       During the 2009 review, EPA did not identify any potential new subcategories for the
Petroleum Refinery Category.
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11.4   Petroleum Refining Category Issues Identified and Additional Review

       EPA's estimate of the toxicity of Petroleum Refining Category discharges are largely due
to the TRI-reported discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds and PACs and DMR-
reported discharges of benzo(a)pyrene. During the 2009 annual review, EPA did not obtain any
information to change its conclusions that have previously been made regarding the wastewater
discharges from the petroleum refineries. Therefore, the conclusions of the Petroleum Refining
Category are as follows:

       •      EPA previously determined that dioxin and dioxin-like compounds are produced
             during catalytic reforming and catalyst regeneration operations at petroleum
             refineries. Most facilities reporting dioxin and dioxin-like compounds in TRI
             never detected  dioxin and dioxin-like compounds in their process wastewater
             effluent.

             Of the 325 identified U.S. petroleum refineries in TRI 2004 that report TWPE
             greater than zero, 17 report discharges of dioxin and  dioxin-like compounds to
             TRI in 2004. Of the 232 refineries in TRI 2007 that report TWPE greater than
             zero, nine report discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds to TRI in 2007.
             Of the nine refineries reporting discharges in 2007, only five of these refineries
             reported dioxin discharges based on analytical measurements (i.e., see the "Basis
             of Estimate" field noted as "M" in Table 11-5).

       •      Petroleum refineries report PAC discharges to TRI; however, these discharges are
             estimated either based on half the detection limit multiplied by the flow or using
             emission factors.  EPA previously determined that there is little evidence that
             PACs are being discharged to surface waters in concentrations above the
             detection limit.

Further review of this category may focus on the following issues:

       •      In future years, EPA may analyze the DMR-reported benzo(a)pyrene discharges,
             including the methods used to estimate reported  discharge, process sources, and
             concentrations  discharged.

       EPA prioritizes point source categories with existing regulations for potential revision
based on the greatest estimated toxicity to human health and the environment, measured as
TWPE. Based on the above conclusions, EPA is assigning this category with a lower priority for
revision (i.e.,  this category is marked with "(3)" in the "Findings" column in Table V-l  in the
Federal Register notice that presents the 2009 annual review of existing effluent guidelines and
pretreatment standards).

11.5   Petroleum Refining Category References

       1.     U.S. Economic Census. 2002. Available online at:
             http://www.census.gov/econ/census02.
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2.     U. S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA 821-R-04-014. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
      2003-0074-1346 through 1352

3.     U. S. EPA. 2005. Preliminary 2005 Review of Prioritized Categories of Industrial
      Dischargers. EPA-821-B-05-004. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-2004-
      0032-0053.

4.     U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-
      OW-2004-0032-2782.

5.     U. S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
      Guidelines Program Plan.  EPA-821-R-07-007. Washington, DC. (October).
      EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.

6.     U. S. EPA. 2008. Technical Support Document for the 2008 Effluent Guidelines
      Program Plan. EPA-821-R-08-015 Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
      2006-0771-1701.
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                Table 11-5. Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI in 2002-2007
TRI ID
43616-
SHLCM-
400 1C
94802-
CHVRN-
841ST
77536-
DRPRK-
5900H
74603-
CNCPN-
1000S
94553-
SHLLL-
38485P
62454-
MRTHN-
MARAT
84116-
CVRN-
2351N
70602-
CTGPT-
HIGHW
19706-
TXCDL-
2000W
90245-
CHVRN-
324WE
00851-
HSSLV-
LIMET
98221-
SHLLL-
WESTM
70669-
CNCLK-
OLDSP
Facility Name
BP Products North
America Inc Toledo
Refinery
Chevron Products Co.
Richmond Refinery (a,
b)
Shell Oil Co - Deer
Park Refining LP
ConocoPhillips Ponca
City Refinery
Shell Oil Products US
Martinez Refinery
Marathon Ashland
Petroleum LLC Illinois
Refining Div
Chevron Products Co.
Salt Lake City Refinery
Citgo Petroleum Corp
Premcor Refining
Group Inc
Chevron Products Co.
Div Of Chevron USA
Inc.
Hovensa LLC
Tesoro Refining &
Marketing Co
ConocoPhillips Lake
Charles Refinery
Location
Oregon, OH
Richmond, CA
Deer Park, TX
Ponca City,
OK
Martinez, CA
Robinson, IL
Salt Lake City,
UT
Westlake, LA
Delaware City,
DE
El Segundo,
CA
Christiansted,
VI
Anacortes,
WA
Westlake, LA
2007
Grains
Released
0.29
0.32
0.14
0.09
0.03
0.04
0.02
0.002
0.0001
0
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
41,963
33,397
13,306
2,438
1,657
1,094
541
69
3.13
0
NR
NR
NR
Basis Of
Estimate
0
M2
M2
O
M2
O
M2
0
O
M2
NR
NR
NR
2005
Grams
Released
0.331
0.94
0.114
0.141
NR
0.0404
NR
0.00256
0.0000965
0.158
2.2
1.94
0.539
TWPE
47,084
121,521
10,850
11,601
NR
3,314
NR
210
2
16,221
180,442
55,248
48,580
Basis of
Estimate
0
M
M
O
NR
O
NR
E
O
M
E
M
O
2004
Grams
Released
0.34
1.35
0.16
0.28
NR
0.04
NR
0.0026
0.022
0.2
1.7
1.95
0.54
TWPE
47,795
141,106
15,477
25,485
NR
3,604
NR
231
559
20,533
148,653
54,406
48,580
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
M
O
NR
O
NR
E
O
M
C
M
O
2003
Grams
Released
0.38
0.68
0.15
0.28
NR
0.0404
NR
0.0026
0.022
0.34
1.1
1.7
0.54
TWPE
54,054
36,798
14,581
21,901
NR
3,128
NR
199
559
35,317
85,167
47,382
48,580
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
0
O
NR
O
NR
E
O
M
C
M
O
2002
Grams
Released
0.36
0.76
NR
0.44
NR
0.04
NR
0.0026
NR
0.11
0.034
1.6
0.54
TWPE
51,209
19,229
NR
31,071
NR
2,796
NR
179
NR
11,191
2,342
45,504
48,580
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
NR
O
NR
O
NR
E
NR
M
C
M
O
oo

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                   Table 11-5. Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI in 2002-2007
TRI ID
80022-
CNCDN-
5801B
08066-
MBLLC-
BILLI
39567-
CHVRN-
POBOX
00654-
PHLPS-
PHILI
46394-
MCLC-
28151
60434-
MBLJL-
INTER
99611-
TSRLS-
MILE2
07036-
XXN-
1400P
77590-
MRTHN-
FOOTO
Facility Name
Suncor Energy
Commerce City
Refinery
Valero Refining Co
New Jersey
Chevron Products Co
Pascagoula Refinery
Chevron Phillips
Chemical Puerto Rico
Core Inc.
Bp Products North
America Whiting
Business Unit
ExxonMobil Oil Corp
Joliet Refinery
Tesoro Alaska - Kenai
Refinery (a, b)
ConocoPhillips Co.
Bayway Refinery
Marathon Ashland
Petroleum L.L.C.
Location
Commerce
City, CO
Paulsboro, NJ
NR
Guayama, PR
Whiting, IN
Channahon, IL
Kenai, AK
Linden, NJ
Texas City,
TX
2007
Grams
Released
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis Of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2005
Grams
Released
0.111
0.0879
0.099
0.0054
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
9,104
7,209
4,234
443
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
0
E
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2004
Grams
Released
0.037
0.18
0.12
0.0035
0.000011
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
3,333
15,838
5,217
318
1.8
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
0
E
0
NR
NR
NR
NR
2003
Grams
Released
0.074
0.088
0.099
0.006
NR
0.0007
0.0006
NR
NR
TWPE
5,729
6,813
4,234
461
NR
64
46
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
E
O
0
E
NR
O
M
NR
NR
2002
Grams
Released
0.095
0.088
0.086
NR
NR
0.43
NR
0.25
0.0044
TWPE
6,640
6,151
3,678
NR
NR
39,602
NR
5,229
304
Basis of
Estimate
E
O
0
NR
NR
O
NR
M
O
Indirect
90748-
NCLLS-
1660W
ConocoPhillips Co La
Refinery Wilmington
Plant (a)
Wilmington,
CA
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
0.27
27,738
M
0.088
9,015
M
0.28
22,320
M
Source: TRIReleases2007_v2; TRIReleases2005_v2; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2003_v2; TRIReleases2002_v4; Memorandum: Revisions to TWFs for Dioxin and its Congeners and Recalculated TWPEs
for OCPSF and Petroleum Refining (Zipf, 2004).
a - Dioxin and dioxin-like compounds were detected above the Method 1613B minimum level.
b - Dioxin and dioxin-like compounds were sampled after the catalytic regeneration and prior to the wastewater treatment plant.
NR - Not reported.
For indirect discharges, the mass shown is the mass transferred to the POTW that is ultimately discharged to surface waters, accounting for an estimated 83% removal of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds by the
POTW.
The TWPEs in this table were calculated using the 2006 TWFs (the 2006 dioxin and dioxin-like compound TWFs did not change from the August or December 2004 TWFs).
Refineries reported basis of estimate in TRI as: M - Monitoring data/measurements; M2 - Periodic monitoring data/measurements; C - Mass balance calculations; E - Published emission factors; and O - Other
approaches (e.g., engineering calculations).

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                                                                     Section 11 - Petroleum Refining (40 CFR 419)
Table 11-6. PAC Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI in 2002-2007
TRI ID
77592TXSC
TLOOP1
96707CHVR
N91480
77590MCL
C24015
90245CHVR
N324WE
84116CHVR
N2351N
70037LLNC
RHIGHW
60439NCLC
R135TH
74603CNCP
N1000S
77590MRT
HNFOOTO
62454MRT
HNMARAT
70750HLLP
THWY10
94802CHVR
N841ST
77017LYND
L12000
62084SHLL
LRTE11
70047TRNS
Ml 4902
07036XXN
1400P
Facility Name
Valero Refining - Texas
LP
Chevron Products Co -
Hawaii Refinery
BP Products North
American Inc. Texas
City Refinery
Chevron Products Co
Div of Chevron US A
Inc
Chevron Products Co
Salt Lake Refinery
ConocoPhillips Co -
Alliance Refinery
PDV Midwest Refining
LLC Lemont Refinery
ConocoPhillips Co
Ponca City Refinery
Marathon Petroleum Co
LLC
Marathon Ashland
Petroleum LLC Illinois
Refining Div
Valero Refining Co
Louisiana
Chevron Products Co
Richmond Refinery
Lyondell-Citgo
Refining LP
ConocoPhillips Co
Wood River Refinery
Valero Refining New
Orleans LLC
ConocoPhillips Co
Bayway Refinery
Location
Texas City, TX
Kapolei, HI
Texas City, TX
El Segundo,
CA
Salt Lake City,
UT
Belle Chasse,
LA
Lemont, IL
Ponca City, OK
Texas City, TX
Robinson, IL
Krotz Springs,
LA
Richmond, CA
Houston, TX
Roxana, IL
New Sarpy, LA
Linden, NJ
2007
Pounds
Released
418
260
110
81.5
61
43.4
35.96
32
31.5
24.7
22.4
16
13.57
9
7
5.6
TWPE
10,624
6,608
2,796
2,011
1,550
1,103
914
813
801
628
569
407
345
229
178
142
Basis of
Estimate
M2
M2
M2
M2
M2
O
O
0
M2
0
M2
M2
M2
0
0
O
2005
Pounds
Released
0.5
270
NR
137.4
60
43.8
32.1
8
34.6
24
23
19
3
11
9
NR
TWPE
12.7
6862.6
NR
3492.3
1525
1114.3
814.9
203.3
879.4
610
584.6
482.9
76.3
279.6
228.8
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
M
NR
M
M
M
M
0
M
0
O
M
M
0
0
NR
2004
Pounds
Released
0.2
270
NR
113
59
49
NR
8
29
28
22
19.3
0
11
9
NR
TWPE
5
6863
NR
2882
1500
1233
NR
203
742
712
567
491
0
280
229
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
M
NR
M
M
M
NR
0
M
0
O
M
M
0
0
NR
2003
Pounds
Released
NR
261
NR
117
59
34.9
NR
8
30
1
19
15
NR
10
9
NR
TWPE
NR
6629
NR
2974
1500
887
NR
203
768
25
483
376
NR
254
229
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
M
NR
M
M
M
NR
0
M
0
O
M
NR
0
0
NR
2002
Pounds
Released
69
277
NR
287
59
31
NR
8
93
21
19
14
17
8.9
9
NR
TWPE
1754
7041
NR
7287
1500
788
NR
203
2369
534
483
351
429
226
229
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
M
NR
M
M
M
NR
0
M
0
O
M
M
0
0
NR

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                                                                     Section 11 - Petroleum Refining (40 CFR 419)
Table 11-6. PAC Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI in 2002-2007
TRI ID
78410KCHR
FSUNTI
99611TSRL
SMILE2
7005 1MRT
HNHWY61
46268MRT
HN4955R
19706TXCD
L2000W
93420NCLS
N2555W
15062MNSS
N345DO
46394MCL
C 28151
6746ONTN
LC2000M
94804RCPR
D1306C
98221PGTS
N600ST
62048CLRK
HAWTH
94553TSCC
RAVONR
48458FLNT
MG6065
19061BPLC
MPOSTR
627219PHL
LP2400E
53224MLW
KF9343N
Facility Name
Flint Hills Resources LP
- West Plant
Tesoro Alaska - Kenai
Refinery
Marathon Petroleum
Corp Garyville
Marathon Petroleum Co
LLC Indianapolis In
Terminal
Premcor Refining
Group Inc
ConocoPhillips Co
Santa Maria Refinery
Koppers Inc.Monessen
Coke Plant
BP Products North
America Whiting
National CO-OP
Refinery Assoc.
BP Richmond Terminal
Shell Oil Products US
Puget Sound Refinery
Permcor Hartfor
Distribution Center
Tesoro Refining and
Marketing Co
Marathon Petroleum Co
LLC Flint MI Terminal
ConocoPhillips Co.
Trainer Refinery
ConocoPhillips CO
Wichita Terminal
Flint Hills Resources LP
- Milwaulki Terminal
Location
Corpus Christi,
TX
Kenai, AK
Garyville, LA
Indianapolis,
IN
Delaware City,
DE
Arroyo Grande,
CA
Monessen, Pa
Whiting, IN
McPherson, KS
Richmond, CA
Anacortes, WA
Hartford, IL
Martinez, CA
Mount
Morrison, MI
Trainer, PA
Wichita, KS
Milwaulki, WI
2007
Pounds
Released
5.4
5
5
4.2
4
3
2.9
2.5
2.4
1.18
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.3
0.01
0.01
TWPE
137
127
127
107
102
76
74
63.5
61
30
25.4
20
15.2
10.2
7.62
0.25
0.25
Basis of
Estimate
M2
O
C
M2
O
E2
O
0
M2
0
El
Ml
M2
M2
O
0
O
2005
Pounds
Released
10.6
19
5
NR
3.4
2
NR
3.6
NR
NR
1
NR
0.6
NR
0.1
NR
NR
TWPE
269.4
482.9
127.1
NR
86.4
50.8
NR
91.5
NR
NR
25.4
NR
15.3
NR
3.6
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
C
NR
O
0
NR
0
NR
NR
0
NR
M
NR
O
NR
NR
2004
Pounds
Released
16
18.9
5
NR
4
2
NR
1
NR
NR
1
NR
0.5
NR
0.2
NR
NR
TWPE
412
480
127
NR
102
51
NR
25
NR
NR
25
NR
13
NR
5
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
C
NR
O
0
NR
0
NR
NR
0
NR
M
NR
O
NR
NR
2003
Pounds
Released
8
19
5
NR
3.2
2
NR
1
NR
NR
0.9
NR
0.6
NR
0.2
NR
NR
TWPE
203
480
127
NR
81
51
NR
25
NR
NR
23
NR
15
NR
5
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
C
NR
O
0
NR
0
NR
NR
0
NR
M
NR
O
NR
NR
2002
Pounds
Released
1771
19
NR
NR
1.4
0.8
NR
NR
NR
NR
1.08
NR
1.3
NR
0.41
NR
NR
TWPE
45014
480
NR
NR
36
20
NR
NR
NR
NR
27
NR
33
NR
10
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
NR
NR
O
0
NR
NR
NR
NR
0
NR
M
NR
O
NR
NR

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                                                                     Section 11 - Petroleum Refining (40 CFR 419)
Table 11-6. PAC Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI in 2002-2007
TRI ID
72303WLL
MS1282S
66155PHLL
P2029F
76304CNCN
C1214N
44711SHLN
D2408G
39567CHVR
NPOBOX
55071SHLN
D100WT
70075MRP
HY2500E
70669CNCL
KOLDSP
79008PHLL
PSTATE
80022CNCD
N5801B
70079MTV
NR15536
08861CHVR
N1200S
78408STH
WS1700N
90749RCPR
D1801E
73098KRR
MC906SO
70606CLCS
RWESTE
Facility Name
Premcor Wests
Memphis Terminal
ConocoPhillips Co
Kansas City Terminal
CoconoPhillips -
Wichita Falls
Products/Crude
Terminal
Marathon Petroleum Co
LLC Ohio Refining Div
Chevron Products Co
Pascagoula Refinery
Marathon Petroleum Co
LLC Saint Paul Park
Refiner
Murphy Oil USA Inc
Meraux Refinery
ConocoPhillips Co Lake
Charles Refinery
ConocoPhillips Co
Suncor Energy
Commerce City
Refinery
Motiva Enterprises LLC
Convent Refinery
Chevron Products Co
Flint Hills Resources LP
- East Plant
BP West Coast Products
LLC Carson
Wynnewood Refining
Co
Calcasieu Refining Co
Location
West Memphis,
AR
Kansas City,
KS
Wichita Falls,
TX
Canton, OH
Pascagoula,
MS
Saint Paul
Park, MN
Meraux, LA
Westlake, LA
Borger, TX
Commerce
City, CO
Norco, LA
Perth Amboy,
NJ
Corpus Christi,
TX
Carson, CA
Wynnewood,
OK
Lake Charles,
LA
2007
Pounds
Released
0.0029
0.0006
0.0004
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
0.074
0.014
0.011
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
C
O
o
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2005
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
149
126.1
95.7
66
41
39
19
1.4
0.6
0.5
0.1
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
3787.1
3205.1
2431.1
1677.5
1042.1
991.3
482.9
35.6
15.3
12.7
2.5
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
M
0
M
0
O
M
0
O
0
M
M
NR
NR
2004
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
NR
115
24
NR
43
43
28
NR
0.9
0.6
NR
10
2
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
2923
616
NR
1093
1093
712
NR
23
15
NR
254
51
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
NR
0
M
NR
O
M
0
NR
0
M
NR
O
O
2003
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
NR
115
NR
NR
51
NR
53
NR
0.6
1
NR
10
182
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
2923
NR
NR
1296
NR
1347
NR
15
25
NR
254
4626
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
NR
0
NR
NR
O
NR
0
NR
0
M
NR
O
O
2002
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
NR
110
NR
NR
31
NR
9
NR
0.8
NR
NR
10
191
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
2796
NR
NR
788
NR
229
NR
20
NR
NR
254
4855
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
NR
0
NR
NR
O
NR
0
NR
0
NR
NR
O
O

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                                                                     Section 11 - Petroleum Refining (40 CFR 419)
Table 11-6. PAC Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI in 2002-2007
TRI ID
70143TNNC
L500WE
67042TXCR
F1401S
74107SNCL
R902W2
70723TXCR
FFOOTO
59101CNCB
L401SO
42501THSM
R501RE
94572NCLS
NOLDHI
8270 1WYM
NG740WE
Facility Name
Chalmette Refining Co
Frontier El Dorado
Refining Co
Sinclair Oil Corp Tulsa
Refinery
Motiva Enterprises LLC
Convent Refinery
ConocoPhillips Co
Billings Refinery
Somerset Refinery Inc
ConocoPhillips San
Francisco Refinery
Wyoming Refining Co
Location
Chalmette, LA
El Dorado, KS
Tulsa, OK
Convent, LA
Billings, MT
Somerset, KY
Rodeo, CA
Newcastle, WY
2007
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2005
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2004
Pounds
Released
1
0.7
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
25
18
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
0
O
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2003
Pounds
Released
11
0.7
18
2
0.4
0.08
NR
NR
TWPE
280
18
450
51
10
2
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
0
O
M
0
M
M
NR
NR
2002
Pounds
Released
NR
1
17
2.3
8
0.01
8
1.06
TWPE
NR
25
437
59
203
0
203
27
Basis of
Estimate
NR
O
M
0
M
M
M
E
Indirect
48217MRT
HN1300S
1420SFTK6
OKAT
79905LPSR
F6500T
19145TLNT
C3144P
36611BLCH
RVIADU
79604RDRF
NNORTH
76040KCHP
T12550
90744TXCR
F2101E
93307KRNL
RRR677
Marathon Petroleum Co
LLC Michigan Refining
Div
Safety-Kleen Systems,
Inc Buffalo Oil
Recovery Factory
Western Refining Co El
Paso Refinery
Sunoco, Inc (R&M)
Philadelphia Refinery
Gulf Atlantic
Operations LLC
Delek Marketing and
Supply
Flint Hills Resources LP
Fort Worth Terminal
Shell Oil Products US
Los Angeles Refinery
Kern Oil Refining Co
Detroit, MI
Buffalo, NY
El Paso, TX
Philadelphia,
PA
Chickasaw, AL
Abilene, TX
Euless, TX
Wilmington,
CA
Bakersfield,
CA
8.97
0.66
0.44
0.07
0.03
0.002
0.000006
NR
NR
228
17
11.2
1.87
0.67
0.056
0.00015
NR
NR
M2
M2
O
M2
C
O
0
NR
NR
94
NR
54
NR
0
NR
NR
7.3
0.3
175.8
NR
101
NR
0
NR
NR
13.7
0.5
M
NR
O
NR
M
NR
NR
M
0
98
NR
51
NR
0
NR
NR
7.6
0.3
184
NR
95
NR
0
NR
NR
14
1
M
NR
O
NR
C
NR
NR
M
0
92
NR
55
NR
0.009
NR
NR
13
0.28
172
NR
102
NR
0
NR
NR
24
1
M
NR
O
NR
C
NR
NR
M
M
93
NR
24
NR
NR
NR
NR
43
0.28
174
NR
45
NR
NR
NR
NR
80
1
M
NR
O
NR
NR
NR
NR
M
M

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                                 Table 11-6. PAC Discharges from Petroleum Refineries Reported to TRI in 2002-2007
TRI ID
77017LYN
DL12000
77506CRW
NCI 1 IRE
79905CHV
RN6501T
Facility Name
Lyondell-Citgo
Refining LP
Crown Central
Petroleum Corp
Houston Refinery
Chevron El Paso
Refinery
Location
Houston, TX
Pasadena, TX
El Paso, TX
2007
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
2005
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
2004
Pounds
Released
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
2003
Pounds
Released
155
NR
NR
TWPE
3928
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
0
NR
NR
2002
Pounds
Released
146
4.6
1.8
TWPE
3718
117
45
Basis of
Estimate
M
O
0
Source: TRIReleases2007_v2; TRIReleases2005_v2; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2003_v2; TRIReleases2002_v4.
NR - Not reported.
a - For indirect dischargers, the mass shown is the mass transferred to the POTW that is ultimately discharged to surface waters, accounting for an estimated 92.64% removal of PACs by the POTW.
Refineries reported basis of estimate in TRI as: M - Monitoring data/measurements; Ml - Constant monitory data/measurements; M2 - Periodic monitoring data/measurements; C - Mass balance calculations;
E - Published emission factors; El - Published emission factors; E2 - Site specific emission factors; and O - Other approaches (e.g., engineering calculations).
The 2002 TWPE was calculated using the December 2004 TWFs.
The 2003 TWPE was calculated using the April 2006 TWFs.

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                                       Section 12 - Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (40 CFR Part 430)
12.    PULP, PAPER, AND PAPERBOARD (40 CFR PART 430)

       EPA identified the Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (Pulp and Paper) Category (40 CFR Part
430) for preliminary category review as part of the Preliminary 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. EPA previously reviewed discharges from pulp and paper facilities as part of the
Preliminary and Final Effluent Guidelines Program Plans in 2004 and 2007 (U.S. EPA, 2004;
U.S. EPA, 2007b). EPA also conducted a detailed study of this industry in support of the 2006
Final Effluent Guidelines Program Plan (U.S. EPA, 2006a; U.S. EPA, 2006b). This  section
summarizes the results of EPA's 2009 annual category review of the Pulp and Paper Category.

12.1   Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category Background

       This subsection provides background on the Pulp and Paper Category including a brief
profile of the pulp, paper, and paperboard manufacturing industry and background on 40 CFR
Part 430.

12.1.1  Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Industry Profile

       The pulp and paper manufacturing industry includes facilities that manufacture pulp from
wood and other fibers, produce paper and paperboard from pulp, or convert paper and
paperboard into products, such as boxes, bags, and envelopes. EPA considered the following 15
NAICS codes as part of the Pulp and Paper Category:26

       •     321113-1:  Sawmills;
             322110: Pulp Mills;
       •     322121: Paper (except Newsprint) Mills;
       •     322122: Newsprint Mills;
       •     322130: Paperboard Mills;
       •     322211: Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box Manufacturing;
       •     322212: Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing;
       •     322214: Fiber Can, Tube, Drum, and Similar Products Manufacturing;
       •     322215: Nonfolding Sanitary Food Container Manufacturing;
       •     322221: Coated and Laminated Packaging Paper Manufacturing;
       •     322222: Coated and Laminated Paper Manufacturing;
       •     322224: Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bag Manufacturing;
       •     322231: Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Office Supplies Manufacturing;
       •     322291: Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing; and
       •     322299: All Other Converted Paper Product Manufacturing.

       Wastewater generated by facilities in NAICS code 321113 can be regulated under
multiple categories. EPA reviewed available information about pollutant loads and
manufacturing operations for facilities reporting this NAICS code. EPA assigned the extension
"-1" to the end of the NAICS codes of facilities that likely primarily generate wastewater
26 EPA identified an error in the TRIReleases2007_v2 database, and pollutant loads associated with NAICS code
326112 are currently associated with the Pulp and Paper Category rather than the Plastics Molding and Forming
Category (40 CFR Part 463). EPA is choosing to correct future versions of the database, because the TWPE
associated with the NAICS code is negligible (total of 1,654 TWPE for TRI2007).	
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regulated by the Pulp and Paper ELGs. Most facilities in NAICS 321113 are grouped under the
Timber Products Processing Category (40 CFR Part 429).

       This list of NAICS codes includes facilities that EPA determined are potential new
subcategories to the Pulp and Paper Category. As part of the 2004 annual review, EPA reviewed
industries with SIC codes not clearly subject to existing ELGs. EPA concluded that the
processes, operations, wastewaters, and pollutants of facilities in the following SIC codes are
similar to those of the Pulp and Paper Category (U.S. EPA, 2004) :27

       •      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, Not Elsewhere Classified;
       •      2674: Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bags; and
       •      2679: Converted Paper and Paperboard  Products,  Not Elsewhere Classified.

As part of the 2009 annual review, EPA reclassified these SIC codes as equivalent NAICS codes
for use with the U.S. Economic Census and 2007 TRI data that are reported by NAICS code.
However, there is not a direct relationship between one SIC and one NAICS code. As a result,
EPA included the following NAICS codes in the 2009  annual review of the Pulp and Paper
Category because they contain facilities with operations that are similar to the SIC codes above:

       •      322211:  Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box Manufacturing;
       •      322212:  Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing;
       •      322214:  Fiber Can, Tube, Drum, and Similar Products Manufacturing;
       •      322215:  Nonfolding Sanitary Food Container Manufacturing;
       •      322221:  Coated and Laminated Packaging Paper Manufacturing;
       •      322222:  Coated and Laminated Paper Manufacturing;
       •      322224:  Uncoated Paper and Multiwall  Bag Manufacturing;
       •      322231:  Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard  Office Supplies Manufacturing;
       •      322299:  All Other Converted Paper Product Manufacturing; and
       •      326112:  Plastics Packaging Film and Sheet (including Laminated) Manufacturing.

       Table 12-1 lists  the 15  NAICS codes with operations in the Pulp and Paper Category.
Because facilities report SIC code inDMRLoads2007,  and the U.S. Economic Census and TRI
report data by NAICS code, EPA reclassified the 2007 DMR by the equivalent NAICS code.
27 The tables in this section include discharge information from facilities reporting these SIC codes and the
corresponding NAICS codes; however, these facilities contribute negligible amounts of TWPE. Consistent with the
conclusions drawn during the 2004 detailed study (U.S. EPA, 2004) and 2006 review (U.S. EPA, 2006), EPA found
that large numbers of these facilities discharge no wastewater and only a small number of facilities discharge TWPE
greater than zero.	
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              Table 12-1. Number of Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Facilities
NAICS Code
322 110 Pulp Mills
322121 Paper (except Newsprint) Mills
322 122 Newsprint Mills
322130 Paperboard Mills
322291 Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing
32221 1 Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box Manufacturing
322222 Coated and Laminated Paper Manufacturing
322231 Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Office Supplies
Manufacturing
322299 All Other Converted Paper Product Manufacturing
322212 Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing
322214 Fiber Can, Tube, Drum, and Similar Products
Manufacturing
322215 Nonfolding Sanitary Food Container Manufacturing
322221 Coated and Laminated Packaging Paper
Manufacturing
322224 Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bag Manufacturing
321113-1 Sawmills
Total
2002 U.S.
Economic Census
31
306
21
203
145
1,718
545
251
580
494
262
73
115
123
NA
4,867
2007 DMR a
336
75
7
4
8
19
0
NA
448
2007 TRI b
45
135
13
103
6
8
77
1
25
6
3
2
22
1
1
464
Source: U.S. Economic Census, 2002 (U.S. Census, 2002); TRIReleases2007_v2; andDMRLoads2007_v2.
a - Major and minor dischargers. Also, DMR data are reported by SIC code; therefore, EPA used an NAICS to SIC
code crosswalk for comparison purposes.
b - Releases to any media.
NA - Not applicable. This facility-specific NAICS code that EPA assigned does not correspond to a NAICS code in
the 2002 U.S. Economic Census or an SIC code mDMRLoads2007.

12.1.2  40 CFR Part 430

        Between 1974 and 1986, EPA promulgated ELGs for the Pulp and Paper Category. For
these regulations, EPA divided the industry into 25 sub categories, based on the products made
and processes used at the mills.

        A 1988 legal suit obligated EPA to address discharges of poly chlorinated dibenzo-(p)-
dioxins and poly chlorinated dibenzofurans28  from 104 bleaching pulp mills, including nine
dissolving pulp mills. While meeting that obligation, EPA also reviewed ELGs for the entire
Pulp and Paper Category. As part of that review, EPA reorganized the category into 12
  Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (CDDs) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (CDFs) constitute a group of
persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic chemicals. Facilities are required to report to EPA's TRI the total mass of 17
of these CDDs and CDFs released to the environment every year. In this report, EPA uses the term "dioxin and
dioxin-like compounds" to refer to the total mass of the 17 CDDs and CDFs, as reported to TRI. For discharges
from certain mills in the Pulp and Paper Category, EPA promulgated ELGs for two specific dioxins: 2,3,7,8-
tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran. In this report, these compounds are referred to as
TCDD and TCDF, respectively. See Section 3.2 of the Pulp and Paper Detailed Study Report (U.S. EPA, 2006b) for
a discussion of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds.	
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subcategories. Although the Pulp and Paper Category regulations apply to all facilities in SIC
codes 2611, 2621, and 2631 orNAICS code 322110, 322121, 322122, and 322130, the 12
subcategories are organized by process used and product produced and do not correspond to SIC
codes or NAICS codes.
       During its response to the 1988 legal suit, EPA decided to review and revise the Pulp and
Paper Category regulations in three phases. Table 12-2 presents these three phases and the
subcategories EPA planned to address in each phase.

       In revising the Pulp and Paper Category regulations, EPA first addressed two
subcategories, Subpart B (Bleached Papergrade Kraft and Soda) and Subpart E (Papergrade
Sulfite), because these subparts applied to the majority of the 104 mills identified in the 1988
suit.29 Subparts B and E became known as Phase I; EPA promulgated revised ELGs for these
subparts on April 15, 1998 (63 FR 18504). EPA promulgated the Phase I ELGs at the same time
as it promulgated National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs) for
kraft and sulfite pulp mills (63 FR 18754). Because these water and air regulations were
developed, analyzed, and promulgated jointly, they are called the Cluster Rules.

  Table 12-2. Relationship Between Pulp and Paper Regulatory Phases and Subcategories
Phase
I
II
III
Subpart
B
E
C
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
A
D
Subcategory
Bleached Papergrade Kraft and Soda
Papergrade Sulfite
Unbleached Kraft
Semi-Chemical
Groundwood, Chemi-Mechanical, and Chemi-Thermo-Mechanical
Non-Wood Chemical Pulp
Secondary Fiber Deink
Secondary Fiber Non-Deink
Fine and Lightweight Papers from Purchased Pulp
Tissue, Filter, Non- Woven and Paperboard from Purchased Pulp
Dissolving Kraft
Dissolving Sulfite
Note: EPA promulgated revised ELGs for Phase I, known as the Cluster Rules on April 15, 1998. EPA has not
promulgated revised ELGs for Phase II or Phase III.

       Eight subcategories are known as Phase II and are listed in Table 12-2. EPA has not
revised the ELGs for these subcategories, which were promulgated between 1974 and 1986.

       Phase III affected the two dissolving pulp subcategories (Subpart A, Dissolving Kraft,
and Subpart D, Dissolving Sulfite). EPA  did not promulgate revised ELGs addressing TCDD
and TCDF for Phase III in 1998, because the affected companies were undertaking a multiyear
laboratory study and mill trial to develop alternative bleaching technologies. EPA anticipated
that final ELGs would be based on different technologies than those that served as the basis for
  The remainder of the 104 mills identified in the 1988 suit were in Subpart A, Dissolving Kraft, and Subpart D,
Dissolving Sulfite. These two subparts became known as Phase III.	
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                                        Section 12 - Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (40 CFR Part 430)
the Phase I regulations. As of August 2006, there were only three operating mills in these two
subcategories. As part of its 2004 and 2006 Effluent Guidelines Program Plans, EPA determined
that rather than promulgate revised ELGs for Phase III mills (see 58 FR 44078, December 17,
1993), EPA would support NPDES permit writers individually in developing permit-specific
effluent limitations to control TCDD and TCDF releases from these three mills (see 69 FR
53716, September 2, 2004; 71 FR 76651-76652, December 21, 2006). In 2007, EPA developed
and distributed to Georgia and Florida state regulatory agencies a technical document for
NPDES permit writers in order to support the development of effluent limitations for facilities in
the Dissolving Kraft (Subpart A) and Dissolving Sulfite (Subpart D) subcategories of the Pulp
and Paper Category (40 CFR Part 430) (U.S. EPA, 2007a). In future annual reviews, EPA
intends to re-evaluate each category based on the information available at the time  and to
evaluate the effectiveness of this BPJ permit-based support.

12.2   Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category 2009 Annual Review

       This section discusses EPA's 2009 annual review of the Pulp and Paper Category
including the screening-level review and category-specific review.

12.2.1 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard 2009 Screening-Level Review

       Table 12-3 compares the Pulp and Paper Category TWPE for 2004 and 2007, calculated
using TRIReleases2004_v3,PCSLoads2004_v4, TRIReleases2007_v2, andDMRLoads2007 v3.
The combined DMR and TRI TWPE increased from 2004 to 2007 due to the increase in DMR
TWPE. The 2007 DMR TWPE  accounts for approximately 86 percent of the combined 2007
TWPE.

     Table 12-3. Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Point Source Category TRI and DMR
                               Discharges for 2004 and 2007
Year of Discharge
2004
2007
Year of Review
2007
2009
Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Category
TRI TWPE a
668,518
459,959 c
DMR TWPE b
164,787
2,726,865 d
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2007_v2; wADMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Discharges include only major dischargers.
c - Includes discharges from facilities reporting NAICS code 326112. These discharges should be associated with
the Plastics Molding and Forming Category (40 CFR Part 463). EPA will correct future versions of the database
because the TWPE is negligible.
d - For the Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category, EPA contacted facilities to verify the concentrations of dioxin
and dioxin-like compounds in PCS and ICIS-NPDES. EPA found that, for all facilities contacted, there were either
units errors (e.g., reported as ng/L but in the database as mg/L) or missing non-detect indicators. The new Pulp,
Paper, and Paperboard Category total TWPE is 252,163. See Section 12.2.2.1 for additional details on the facilities-
specific corrections.
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                                          Section 12 - Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (40 CFR Part 430)
12.2.2 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category 2009 Pollutants of Concern

       Table 12-4 compares the five pollutants with the highest TWPE in TRIReleases2007_v2
and TRIReleases2004_v3, while Table 12-5 lists the five pollutants with the highest TWPE in
DMRLoads2007_v3 and PCSLoads2004_v4.

           Table 12-4. 2009 Review: Pulp and Paper Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant
Manganese and Manganese Compounds
Dioxin and Dioxin Like Compounds
Lead and Lead Compounds
Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds
Mercury and Mercury Compounds
Zinc and Zinc Compounds
Pulp and Paper Category Total
2004 a
Rank
1
2
3
4
8
5
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
117
64
189
77
87
83
282 b
TWPE
316,479
177,587
61,578
42,625
8,036
16,232
668,518

Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
NA
2007 a
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
79
42
140
30
61
62
198 b

TWPE
231,089
86,425
44,781
20,085
14,609
13,143
459,959 c
Source: TRIReleases2004_v3; and TRIReleases2007_v2.
a - Discharges include transfers to POTWs and account for POTW removals.
b - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
c - Includes discharges from facilities reporting NAICS code 326112. These discharges should be associated with
the Plastics Molding and Forming Category (40 CFR Part 463). EPA will correct future versions of the database
because the TWPE is negligible.
NA - Not applicable.
          Table 12-5. 2009 Review: Pulp and Paper Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollutant
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxina
TCDD equivalents
Aluminum
4,5,6-Trichloroguaiacol
Chlorine
Sulfide
Iron
Pulp and Paper Category Total
2004
Rank
4
NR
1
NR
2
3
5
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
1
NR
26
NR
22
1
12
150 d
TWPE
8,644
NR
64,266
NR
28,083
14,071
7,736
164,787
2007
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
NR
21
NA
Number of
Facilities
Reporting
Pollutant
10
1
25
7
24
NR
13
160 d
TWPE
1,926,776 b
564,713 c
81,660
25,174
23,022
NR
1,375
2,726,865 e
Source: PCSLoads2004_v4; aadDMRLoads2007_v3.
a - As part of the 2009 annual review, EPA revised the parameter grouping name for dioxin and dioxin-like
compounds. The parameter grouping in PCSLoads2004_v4 is named "dioxin," while the parameter grouping in
DMRLoads2007_v3 is named "2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin."
b - For the Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category, EPA contacted facilities to verify the concentrations of 2,3,7,8-
Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin in PCS and ICIS-NPDES. EPA found that, for all facilities contacted, there were either

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units errors (e.g., reported as ng/L but in the database as mg/L) or missing non-detect indicators. The new Pulp,
Paper, and Paperboard Category 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin TWPE is 19,827. See Section 12.2.2.1 for
additional details on the facilities-specific corrections.
c - EPA contacted Westvaco Texas in Evadale, TX (TX0003891) in the Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category and
identified a missing non-detect indicator causing the TCDD equivalents TWPE to be 1,000 times higher than actual
inDMRLoads2007_v3 (Davis, 2009). The new LEY and TWPE reported for Westvaco Texas' TCDD equivalents
are both 0. The new TCDD equivalents TWPE is 0.
d - Number of facilities reporting TWPE greater than zero.
e - The new Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category total TWPE is 252,163.
NA - Not applicable.
NR - Not reported.

       EPA identified the Pulp and Paper Category pollutants of concern based on relative
TWPE. EPA focused the 2009 annual review on discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like
compounds, including 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and TCDD equivalents, from 2007
TRI and DMR and discharges of manganese and manganese compounds from 2007  TRI. EPA
did not investigate the other top pollutants as part of the 2009 annual review because the
remaining combined TWPE is such a small percentage (15 percent) of the combined Pulp and
Paper Category 2007 TWPE.

       12.2.2.1   Pulp and Paper Category Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Discharges
                 in TRI and DMR

       EPA reviewed 2007 TRI and DMR data on dioxin and dioxin-like compounds from pulp
and paper facilities for the 2009 annual review. Approximately 60 percent of the total 2007
dioxin and dioxin-like compound TWPE is from discharges in DMR.

       Discharges of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) accounted for approximately
73 percent of the 2007 DMR TWPE. The majority (45 percent) of the total TCDD discharges
were from Rayonier Performance Fibers in Jesup, Georgia. Discharges of TCDD equivalents
accounted for approximately 21 percent of the 2007 DMR TWPE. Table 12-6 includes the pulp
and paper facilities with non-zero TCDD or TCDD equivalents TWPE in DMR 2007.

       Only one facility, Westvaco Texas L.P., in Evadale, Texas, reported TCDD equivalents.
When EPA contacted Westvaco Texas about the TCDD equivalents, the facility contact said that
all four quarterly TCDD equivalents were reported below the detection limit. However, the
database did not have the "<" for the fourth quarter (Davis, 2009). EPA will  incorporate this
change into future versions of the DMRLoads2007 database. The change will result  in zero
grams of TCDD equivalents for 2007 for Westvaco Texas.
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    Table 12-6. Pulp and Paper Category Facilities with TCDD Discharges in DMR 2007
NPID
GA0003620
GA0003654
TX0003891
MD0021687
NY0004413
AR0035823
ID0001163
NC0000680
PA0008265
ME0001872
ME0002054
Facility Name (Location) a
Rayonier Performance Fibers (Jesup, GA)
Brunswick Cellulose, Inc. (Brunswick, GA)
Westvaco Texas, L.P. (Evadale, TX) b
Upper Potomac River Comm (Westernport, MD) °
International Paper Company (Ticonderoga, NY)
Potlatch Forest Products Corp (Arkansas City, AR)
Potlatch Corporation (Lewiston, ID)
Domtar Paper Company, LLC (Plymouth Town , NC)
Appleton Papers Inc (Roaring Springs, PA)
Domtar Maine Corporation (Baileyville, ME)
Rumford Paper Company (Rumford Center, ME)
Grams Discharged
0.56 d
0.41 e
0.36 f
0.19s
0.04 h
0.02 '
0.01
0.007J
0.003 k
0.002 '
0.001 m
TWPE
862,655 d
630,800 e
564,713 f
301,278 g
67,866 h
25,329'
19,827
10,117J
4,330k
3,076'
1,498 m
Source: DMRLoads2007_v3.
a - Only includes facilities reporting non-zero discharges of TCDD.
b - Discharges reported by Westvaco Texas, L.P. are TCDD equivalents rather than TCDD.
c - The Upper Potomac River Commission is a POTW that predominately treats discharges from Luke Paper
Company's pulp mill in Luke, MD.
d - Facility indicated all quarterly TCDD concentrations were below the detection limit but the "<" signs were
missing from the database (Schwartz, 2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the
DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
e - Facility indicated all quarterly TCDD concentrations were below the detection limit but the "<" signs were
missing from the database. (Schwartz, 2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the
DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
f - Facility indicated all quarterly TCDD equivalents were below the detection limit but the "<" signs were missing
from the database (Davis, 2009).  EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the DMRLoads2007
database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
g - Facility documented that all monthly TCDD discharges were below the detection limit but the "<" signs were
missing from the database (Schwartz, 2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the
DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
h - Facility documented that all monthly TCDD discharges were below the detection limit but the "<" signs were
missing from the database (Schwartz, 2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the
DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
i - Facility indicated all semi-annual TCDD concentrations were below the detection limit but the "<" signs were
missing from the database (Schwartz, 2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the
DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
j - Facility documented that they switched the TCDF and TCDD concentrations in their reports. Additionally, all
TCDF and TCDD concentrations were below the detection limit with missing "<" signs in the database (Schwartz,
2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA
estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
k - Facility documented that all monthly TCDD discharges were below the detection limit but the "<" signs were
missing from the database (Schwartz, 2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the
DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
1 - Facility documented that all monthly TCDD discharges were below the detection limit but the "<" signs were
missing from the database (Schwartz, 2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the
DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
m - Facility documented that the annual TCDD discharge was reported below the detection limit but the "<" sign
was missing from the database (Schwartz, 2009). EPA will incorporate this change into future versions of the
DMRLoads2007 database. As a result, EPA estimates 0 grams and 0 TWPE for this facility.
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       EPA followed up with additional facilities regarding reported dioxin discharges and will
incorporate these changes into future versions of the DMRLoads2007 database:

       •      Appleton Papers, Inc., in Roaring Spring, PA, documented that all monthly
             TCDD concentrations were non-detect and missing the "<" in the database
             (Schwartz, 2009). After the correction, EPA estimates zero pounds and zero
             TWPE of TCDD discharged in 2007 for Appleton Papers, Inc.

       •      Brunswick Cellulose, Inc., in Brunswick, GA, documented that all quarterly
             TCDD concentrations were non-detect and missing the "<" in the database
             (Schwartz, 2009). After the correction, EPA estimates zero pounds and zero
             TWPE of TCDD discharged in 2007 for Brunswick Cellulose, Inc.

       •      Clearwater Paper Corporation (previously Potlatch Corporation), in Arkansas
             City, AR, documented that all quarterly TCDD concentrations were non-detect
             and missing the "<" in the database (Schwartz, 2009). After the correction, EPA
             estimates zero pounds and zero TWPE of TCDD discharged in 2007 for
             Clearwater Paper Corporation.

       •      Domtar Maine Corporation, in Baileyville, ME, documented that all monthly
             TCDD concentrations were non-detect and missing the "<" in the database
             (Schwartz, 2009). After the correction, EPA estimates zero pounds and zero
             TWPE of TCDD discharged in 2007 for Domtar Maine Corporation.

       •      Domtar Paper Company, LLC, in Plymouth Town, NC, documented that all
             monthly TCDD concentrations in 2007 were non-detect and missing the "<" in
             the database (Schwartz, 2009). After the correction, EPA estimates zero pounds
             and zero TWPE of TCDD discharged in 2007 for Domtar Paper Company, LLC.

       •      International Paper Company, in Ticonderoga, NY, documented that all twelve
             monthly TCDD concentrations in 2007 were not detected, and the DMR data
             were missing the "<" (Schwartz, 2009). After the correction, EPA estimates zero
             pounds and zero TWPE of TCDD discharged in 2007 for the International Paper
             Company.

       •      Rayonier Performance Fibers, in Jesup, GA, documented that all quarterly TCDD
             concentrations were non-detect and missing the "<" in the database (Schwartz,
             2009). After the correction, EPA estimates zero pounds and zero TWPE of TCDD
             discharged in 2007 for Rayonier Performance Fibers.

       •      Rumford Mill, in Rumford Center, ME, documented that the "<" was missing in
             the database for annual TCDD measurement in 2007 (Schwartz, 2009). After the
             correction, EPA estimates zero pounds and zero TWPE of TCDD discharged in
             2007 for Rumford Mills.
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       •      Upper Potomac River Commission, in Rumford Center, ME, documented that all
             twelve monthly TCDD concentrations in 2007 were reported non-detect and
             missing the "<" in the database (Schwartz, 2009). After the correction, EPA
             estimates zero pounds and zero TWPE of TCDD discharged in 2007 for Upper
             Potomac River Commission.

       From 2004 to 2007 TRI, reported discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds
decreased by approximately 91,000 TWPE. However, dioxin and dioxin-like compounds
contributed to about 22 percent of the TRI TWPE in 2007. Table 12-7, at the end of this section,
lists all the mills that reported dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges to TRI at least once
from 2002 to 2007. As part of the Pulp and Paper Category Detailed Study, EPA determined that
the majority of the underlying data that estimated releases of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds
reported to TRI were estimated using pollutant concentrations below the Method 1613B
minimum level. Therefore, there is substantial uncertainty about the magnitude of these reported
discharges.  TRI-reported discharges of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds for the Pulp and Paper
Category are most likely  significantly overestimated, and thus do not accurately reflect current
industry discharges (U.S. EPA, 2006a).

       12.2.2.2    Pulp and Paper Category Manganese and Manganese Compound
                 Discharges in TRI

       Reported discharges of manganese and manganese compounds decreased by
approximately 85,000 TWPE from TRI 2004 to TRI 2007. However, manganese and manganese
compounds contributed 58 percent of the TRI TWPE for 2007. EPA examined reported
manganese and manganese compound discharges from pulp and paper facilities during the Pulp
and Paper Detailed Study for the 2006 Plan and its previous preliminary studies. EPA obtained
discharge data in Form 2C of NPDES permit applications for 40 mills. EPA concluded that
typical metals discharges from pulp and paper mills were at concentrations that were too low to
treat using end-of-pipe treatment technologies for large plant flow rates (U.S. EPA, 2006a).
Although EPA has not reviewed new discharge  concentration data, it has no new data to suggest
that manganese concentrations are above the treatable levels.

12.3    Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category Potential New Subcategories

       During the 2009 review, EPA did not identify any additional potential new subcategories
for the Pulp and Paper Category.

12.4    Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Category Issues Identified and Additional Review

       The estimated toxicity of the Pulp and Paper Category discharges is largely due to the
TRI-reported discharges of manganese and manganese compounds and dioxin and dioxin-like
compounds and DMR-reported discharges of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and TCDD
equivalents. Further review of this category may focus on the following issues:

       •      In future years, EPA may analyze the TRI-reported manganese and dioxin
             discharges, including facilities dominating the TWPE, the methods used to
             estimate reported discharge, and  process sources; and concentrations discharged.
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       •      In future years, EPA will continue to analyze the DMR-reported 2,3,7,8-
             tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and TCDD equivalents discharges, to verify that any
             estimated discharges are based on valid data.

       EPA prioritizes point source categories with existing regulations for potential revision
based on the greatest estimated toxicity to human health and the environment, measured as
TWPE. Based on the above conclusions, EPA is assigning this category with a lower priority for
revision (i.e., this category is marked with "(3)" in the "Findings" column in Table V-l  in the
Federal Register notice that presents the 2009 annual review of existing effluent guidelines and
pretreatment standards).

12.5   Pulp and Paper Category References

       1.     Davis, Katherine. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
             Sabol, ERG and Katherine Davis, Westvaco Texas, L.P. RE: Basis of TCDD
             equivalent concentrations reported in 2007. (July 7). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517
             DCN 6547.

       2.     McCuutchen, Kate. 2009. Notes from Telephone Conversation between Elizabeth
             Sabol, Eastern Research Group, Inc. and Kate McCuutchen, Blue Heron Paper
             Co.  RE: Basis of Methylmercury Concentration Reported in 2007 in DMR. (July).
             EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06546.

       3.     Schwartz, Jerry. 2009. Notes from email conversation between Carey Johnston,
             EPA and Jerry Schwartz, EPA. RE: Information in Response to EPA Questions
             on Data. EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06700-06700A2.

       4.     U.S. Economic Census. 2002. Available online at:
             http://www.census.gov/econ/census02.

       5.     U. S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan. EPA 821-R-04-014. Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
             2003-0074-1346 through 1352.

       6.     U.S. EPA. 2006a. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-
             OW-2004-0032-2782.

       7.     U.S. EPA. 2006b. Final Report: Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Detailed Study.
             EPA-821-R-06-016. Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-
             2249.

       8.     U.S. EPA. 2007a. Background Information Document for Permit Writers:
             Dissolving Kraft and Dissolving Sulfite Pulp Mills. EPA-821 -R-07-007.
             Washington, DC. (May). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0774.
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9.     U. S. EPA. 2007b. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
      Guidelines Program Plan. EPA-821-R-07-007. Washington, DC. (October).
      EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
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       Table 12-7. Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Discharges Reported by U.S. Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Facilities from 2002 to 2007


TRIID
71635-
GRGPC-
PAPER
99363-
BSCSC-
POBOX
27962-
WYRHS-
TROWB
71611-
NTRNT-
FAIRF
36916-
JMSRV-
ROUTE

36769-
MCMLL-
HIGHW

70791-
GRGPC-
ZACHA

75504-
NTRNT-
POBOX

36545-
BSCSC-
307WE
36732-
GLFST-
HIGHW
28560-
WYRHS-
STREE

Facility
Name
Georgia-
Pacific
Crossett Ops.
Boise White
Paper LLC

Domtar Paper
Co Plymouth
Mill
Evergreen
Packaging

Georgia-
Pacific
Consumer
Products LP
Weyerhaeuser
USA Inc Pine
Hill
Operations
Georgia-
Pacific
Consumer
Products LLC
International
Paper
Texarkana
Mill
Boise White
Paper LLC

Rock- Term
Mill Co LLC

Weyerhaeuser




Location
Crossett, AR


Wallula, WA


Plymouth,
NC

Pine Bluff,
AR

Pennington,
AL


Pine Hill, AL



Zachary, LA



Queen City,
TX


Jackson, AL


Demopolis,
AL

Vanceboro,
NC

2007
Grains
Discharged
5.60


5.58


4.33


3.40


3.20



2.95



2.77



2.68



2.21


1.84


1.71



TWPE
10,043


10,014


7,777


6,101


5,742



5,286



4,974



4,809



3,965


3,301


3,069


Basis of
Estimate
El


O


El


0


El



M2



El



M2



El


El


El


2005
Grams
Discharged
4.87


0.083


0.989


3.7


3.6



3.36



2.77



0.68



2.1


0.292


1.7



TWPE
8,740


149


1,770


6,640


6,460



6,020



4,970



1,220



3,770


524


3,050


Basis of
Estimate
E


O


E


0


M



E



E



M



E


E


E


2004
Grams
Discharged
5.49


0.83


0.91


3.6


3.3



2.43



2.77



3.87



2.1


0.32


1.74



TWPE
9,850


1,496


1,638


6,459


5,921



4,369



4,974



6,944



3,768


575


3,119


Basis of
Estimate
E


O


E


0


M



E



E



M



E


E


E


2003
Grams
Discharged
5.49


0.14


0.82


0.018


5.32



2.34



3.32



2.36



1.98


0.23


1.82



TWPE
9,850


242


1,470


32


9,551



4,197



63,803



4,235



3,553


416


3,257


Basis of
Estimate
E


O


E


E


M



E



E



M



E


E


E


2002
Grams
Discharged
4.9


0.13


0.74


0.018


5.3



NR



3.3



0.11



2.01


0.23


1.6



TWPE
8,867


235


1,334


32


9,555



NR



63,803



197



3,615


410


2,924


Basis of
Estimate
E


O


E


E


M



NR



E



M



E


E


E


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       Table 12-7. Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Discharges Reported by U.S. Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Facilities from 2002 to 2007


TRIID
28456-
FDRLP-
RIEGE

17362-
PHGLT-
228SO

29512-
WLLMT-
HWY91
37309-
BWTRS-
ROUTE
31407-
STNCN-
1BONN
12883-
NTRNT-
SHORE
83501-
PTLTC-
805MI
70775-
JMSRV-
ENDOF
71220-
NTRNT-
705CO

31521-
BRNSW-
14W9T
04976-
SDWRR-
RFD3U
01238-
KMBRL-
GREYL


Facility
Name
International
Paper
Riegelwood
Mill
P. H.
Glatfelter Co
Spring Grove
Mill
Weyerhaeuser
Co

Abitibowater
Calhoun
Operations
Weyerhaeuser
Port
Wentworth
International
Paper

Potlatch Corp
Lewiston
Idaho
Tembec USA
LLC

International
Paper Co
Louisiana
Mill
Brunswick
Cellulose Inc

S.D. Warren
Co

Schweitzer
Mauduit
International
Inc


Location
Riegelwood,
NC


Spring
Grove, PA


Bennettsville,
SC

Calhoun, TN


Port
Wentworth,
GA
Ticonderoga,
NY

Lewiston, ID


Saint
Francisville,
LA
Bastrop, LA



Brunswick,
GA

Skowhegan,
ME

Lee, MA



2007
Grains
Discharged
0.0304



1.02



0.86


0.73


0.61


0.44


0.44


0.22


0.19



0.19


0.15


0.14




TWPE
3,069



1,830



1,537


1,319


1,094


790


789


400


342



341


269


244



Basis of
Estimate
El



El



O


El


El


M2


M2


El


El



El


E2


O



2005
Grams
Discharged
0.0304



0.946



0.9563


0.87


0.679


0.46


0.441


0.48


0.175



0.186


0.168


0.156




TWPE
55



1,700



1,715


1,560


1,220


826


792


861


314



335


302


280



Basis of
Estimate
E



E



O


M


E


E


E


E


E



E


O


O



2004
Grams
Discharged
0.0305



0.9



NR


0.94


0.69


0.46


4.18


0.502


0.16



0.19


0.17


0.17




TWPE
55



1,616



NR


1,690


1,239


834


7,501


901


280



335


305


303



Basis of
Estimate
E



E



NR


M


E


E


E


E


E



E


O


O



2003
Grams
Discharged
0.0304



0.92



NR


0.91


0.72


0.46


4.18


0.5


0.22



0.19


0.18


0.153




TWPE
55



1,653



NR


1,626


1,284


817


7,505


899


399



335


323


275



Basis of
Estimate
E



E



NR


M


E


E


E


E


M



E


O


O



2002
Grams
Discharged
0.03



0.86



NR


0.85


NR


0.46


4.3


0.49


0.21



NR


0.18


0.15




TWPE
54



1,549



NR


1,528


NR


820


7,657


873


380



NR


329


269



Basis of
Estimate
E



E



NR


M


NR


E


E


E


M



NR


O


O



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TRIID
70634-
BSSTH-
USHIG
98421-
SMPSN-
801PO
45601-
MDCRP-
401SP
18629-
PRCTR-
ROUTE
98550-
GRYSH-
23RDR
63702-
PRCTR-
POBOX
31068-
BCKYC-
OLDST
39703-
CLMBS-
CARSO
54308-
THPRC-
501EA
37662-
MDPPR-
POBOX
98201-
SCTTP-
2600F
32347-
BCKYC-
ROUTE
Facility
Name
Boise
Packaging &
Newsprint
LLC
Simpson
Tacoma Kraft
Co.
P.H.
Glatfelter Co
Chillicothe
Facility
Procter &
Gamble Paper
Products Co
Grays Harbor
Paper Lp
Procter &
Gamble Paper
Products Co
Weyerhaeuser
Co
Columbus
Cellulose
Fibers
Procter &
Gamble Paper
Products Co
Weyerhaeuser
Co Kingsport
Paper Mill
Kimberly-
Clark
Worldwide
Buckeye
Florida Lp
Location
Deridder, LA
Tacoma, WA
Chillicothe,
OH
Mehoopany,
PA
Hoquiam,
WA
Jackson, MO
Oglethorpe,
GA
Columbus,
MS
Green Bay,
WI
Kingsport,
TN
Everett, WA
Perry, FL
2007
Grains
Discharged
0.12
0.12
0.07
0.02
0.02
0.004
0.001
0.0008
0.0008
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
215
208
118
29
27
8.80
1.79
1.44
1.00
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
El
El
M2
El
C
O
0
M2
C
NR
NR
NR
2005
Grams
Discharged
0.19
0.154
0.0554
0.087
0.142
0.0042
0.001
0.0007
0.0003
3.45
1.33
1.32
TWPE
341
277
99
156
255
8
2
1
1
6,190
2,380
2,380
Basis of
Estimate
E
E
M
E
C
O
0
M
C
M
C
M
2004
Grams
Discharged
0.22
0.135
0.082
0.012
0.012
0.0051
0.0005
0.0007
0.0005
3.4
2.7
1.3
TWPE
395
242
147
22
22
9.2
0.9
1.3
0.9
6,101
4,846
2,330
Basis of
Estimate
E
E
M
C
C
O
0
M
C
M
C
M
2003
Grams
Discharged
0.26
0.13
0.0858
0.018
0.012
0.0047
0.0005
0.0018
0.0006
2.5
3
1.27
TWPE
467
240
154
33
21
8.4
0.9
3.2
1.1
4,486
472,778
2,282
Basis of
Estimate
E
E
M
0
C
O
0
M
C
M
C
M
2002
Grams
Discharged
0.31
0.13
0.099
0.0195
0.016
0.0059
0.0006
0.0017
0.0007
2.2
8.2
1.3
TWPE
556
232
178
35
29
11
1.1
3.1
1.3
3,894
1,104,866
2,303
Basis of
Estimate
E
E
M
0
C
O
0
M
C
M
C
M
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       Table 12-7. Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Discharges Reported by U.S. Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Facilities from 2002 to 2007


TRIID
71822-
NKSPP-
HIGHW

98362-
DSHWM-
MARIN
32533-
CHMPN-
375MU

29442-
NTRNT-
KAMIN

04694-
GRGPC-
MILLA
32034-
TTRYN-
FOOTO
71654-
PTLTC-
HIGHW
29044-
NNCMP-
ROUTE
54474-
WYRHS-
200GR
98537-
WYRHS-
700EA
12502-
SCHWT-
2424R

98632-
WYRHS-
34011

Facility
Name
Domtar
Industries Inc
Ashdown
Mill
Nippon Paper
Industries
USA Co. Ltd.
International
Paper
Pensacola
Mill
International
Paper
Georgetown
Mill
Domtar
Maine Corp

Rayonier
Performance
Fibers LLC
Potlatch Corp


International
Paper

Weyerhaeuser


Weyerhaeuser
Pulp Mill

Schweitzer-
Mauduit
International
Inc
Weyerhaeuser
Co



Location
Ashdown,
AR


Port Angeles,
WA

Cantonment,
FL


Georgetown,
SC


Baileyville,
ME

Fernandina
Beach, FL

Arkansas
City, AR

Eastover, SC


Rothschild,
WI

Cosmopolis,
WA

Ancram, NY



Longview,
WA

2007
Grains
Discharged
NR



NR


NR



NR



NR


NR


NR


NR


NR


NR


NR



NR



TWPE
NR



NR


NR



NR



NR


NR


NR


NR


NR


NR


NR



NR


Basis of
Estimate
NR



NR


NR



NR



NR


NR


NR


NR


NR


NR


NR



NR


2005
Grams
Discharged
38.4



0.92


0.8



0.753



0.615


0.56


0.204


0.183


0.042


0.01


0.004



NR



TWPE
69,000



1,650


1,440



1,350



1,100


1,000


365


328


75


18


7



NR


Basis of
Estimate
M



M


E



C



M


M


0


0


M


0


E



NR


2004
Grams
Discharged
40.96



1.82


0.93



0.75



0.82


1


0.97


0.16


0.048


0.01


0.008



NR



TWPE
73,494



3,266


1,669



1,351



1,463


1,794


1,737


282


86


18


14



NR


Basis of
Estimate
M



M


E



C



M


M


0


0


M


0


E



NR


2003
Grams
Discharged
40



1.8


0.93



0.77



NR


NR


0.92


0.16


0.12


0.0093


0.02



0.025



TWPE
1,511,611



282


1,669



1,380



NR


NR


1,646


290


206


17


36



45


Basis of
Estimate
M



M


E



C



NR


NR


0


0


M


0


O



o


2002
Grams
Discharged
1.8



1.8


0.8



0.78



3.15


0.14


0.57


0.16


0.152


0.014


0.02



0.02



TWPE
3,203



290


1,435



1,395



5,654


251


1,026


281


273


25


36



36


Basis of
Estimate
E



M


E



C



E


M


0


0


M


0


O



O


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       Table 12-7. Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Discharges Reported by U.S. Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Facilities from 2002 to 2007
TRIID
98607-
JMSRV-
NE4TH
97068-
JMSRV-
4800M
39120-
NTRNT-
312LO
36701-
HMMRM-
RIVER
36426-
CNTNR-
HIGHW
35618-
CHMPN-
POBOX
31558-
GLMNP-
1000O
31520-
BRNSW-
WEST9
29704-
BWTRC-
5300C
28358-
LPHCL-
1000E
23851-
NNCMP-
HIGHW
Facility
Name
Fort James
Camas LLC
West Linn
Paper Co
International
Paper -
Natchez
International
Paper
Riverdale
Mill
Smurfit-Stone
Container
Enterprises
Inc
International
Paper
Courtland
Mill
Durango-
Georgia Paper
Co.
Georgia-
Pacific Corp.
Brunswick
Ops.
Bowater
Coated &
Specialty
Papers Div
Buckeye
Lumberton
Inc.
International
Paper-
Franklin Mill
Location
Camas, WA
West Linn,
OR
Natchez, MS
Selma, AL
Brewton, AL
Courtland,
AL
Saint Marys,
GA
Brunswick,
GA
Catawba, SC
Lumberton,
NC
Franklin, VA
2007
Grains
Discharged
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2005
Grams
Discharged
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
2004
Grams
Discharged
NR
0.006
NR
0.108
2.5
0.094
NR
NR
NR
NR
2.28
TWPE
NR
11
NR
194
4,486
168
NR
NR
NR
NR
4,086
Basis of
Estimate
NR
C
NR
E
E
E
NR
NR
NR
NR
E
2003
Grams
Discharged
1.06
0.35
1.17
0.12
2.2
0.088
NR
NR
5.58
NR
2.27
TWPE
1,902
4,139
2,099
208
3,947
158
NR
NR
261,826
NR
4,066
Basis of
Estimate
E
C
E
E
E
E
NR
NR
M
NR
E
2002
Grams
Discharged
3.58
0.502
0.81
0.12
2.4
0.072
3.4
0.2
3.7
0.1
2.1
TWPE
6,427
7.2
1,453
210
4,306
130
6,062
360
217,867
1,525
3,760
Basis of
Estimate
E
C
E
E
E
E
0
E
M
M
E
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TRIID
13142-
SCHLL-
CENTE

04462-
GRTNR-
1KATA
04239-
NTRNT-
RILEY
Facility
Name
Felix
Schoeller
Technical
Papers Inc.
Great
Northern
Paper Inc.
International
Paper
Location
Pulaski, NY



Millinocket,
ME

Jay, ME
2007
Grams
Discharged
NR



NR


NR
TWPE
NR



NR


NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR



NR


NR
2005
Grams
Discharged
NR



NR


NR
TWPE
NR



NR


NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR



NR


NR
2004
Grams
Discharged
NR



NR


0.002
TWPE
NR



NR


3.6
Basis of
Estimate
NR



NR


M
2003
Grams
Discharged
NR



NR


0.02
TWPE
NR



NR


36
Basis of
Estimate
NR



NR


M
2002
Grams
Discharged
0.0011



0.037


0.021
TWPE
26



66


38
Basis of
Estimate
C



0


M
Indirect
55744-
BLNDN-
115SW
07407-
MRCLP-
1MARK
23860-
STNHP-
910IN
32401-
STNCN-
1EVER
31702-
THPRC-
USROU
55720-
PTLTC-
NORTH
49443-
SDWRR-
2400L
52402-
CDRRV-
4600C

01236-
FXRVR-
295PA
Upm Blandin
Paper Co
Marcal Paper
Mills Inc.

Smurfit-Stone
Container
Corp
Smurfit-Stone
Container
Corp
Procter &
Gamble Paper
Pro Ducts Co
Sappi Cloquet
LLC

S. D. Warren
Co

Cedar River
Paper A
Weyerhaeuser
Business
Fox River
Paper Co
Rising Paper
Div
Grand
Rapids, MN
Elmwood
Park, NJ

Hopewell,
VA

Panama City,
FL

Albany, GA

Cloquet, MN

Muskegon,
MI

Cedar
Rapids, IA

Housatonic,
MA
2.11
0.16

0.023

0.082


0.001

0.04

NR


NR


NR

3,782
1,315

412

146


109

78

NR


NR


NR

El
M2

C

El


0

M2

NR


NR


NR

2.261
0.02499

0.221

0.0782


0.001989

0.04811

0.023945


0.46631


0.00697

4,060
45

397

140


4

86

43


837


13

M
M

O

E


0

E

E


O


O

2
0.00799

0.21

0.078


0.0036

0.044

0.042


0.35


0.0073

3,599
14

378

140


6.4

78

75


636


13

M
M

O

E


0

E

E


O


O

2.21
0.014

NR

0.066


0.0032

0.041

0.05


NR


0.012

60
26

NR

119


5.7

0.18

90


NR


22

M
M

NR

E


0

E

E


NR


O

3.2
0.012

NR

0.078


0.004

0.041

0.03


NR


NR

86
22

NR

140


7.1

0.18

54


NR


NR

M
M

NR

E


0

E

E


NR


NR

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TRIID
54308-
THPRC-
501EA
93030-
PRCTR-
800NO
Facility
Name
Procter &
Gamble Paper
Products Co
Procter &
Gamble Paper
Products Co
Location
Green Bay,
WI
Oxnard, CA
2007
Grains
Discharged
NR
NR
TWPE
NR
NR
Basis of
Estimate
NR
NR
2005
Grams
Discharged
0.00034
0.0000214
TWPE
1
0
Basis of
Estimate
C
C
2004
Grams
Discharged
0.00051
0.0034
TWPE
0.9
6.1
Basis of
Estimate
C
C
2003
Grams
Discharged
0.00068
0.0002
TWPE
1.2
0.43
Basis of
Estimate
C
C
2002
Grams
Discharged
0.00085
0.00024
TWPE
1.5
0.43
Basis of
Estimate
C
O
    Source: TRIReleases2005_v2; TRIReleases2004_v3; TRIReleases2003_v2; TRIReleases2002_v4.
    NR - Not reported.
    For indirect discharges, the mass shown is the mass transferred to the POTW that is ultimately discharged to surface waters, accounting for an estimated 83 percent removal of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds by
    the POTW.
    The TWPEs in this table were calculated using the 2006 TWFs (the 2006 dioxin and dioxin-like compound TWFs did not change from the August or December 2004 TWFs).
    Facilities reported basis of estimate in TRI as: M - Monitoring/data measurements; Ml -Continuous monitoring data or measurements for the EPCRA section 313 chemical; M2 -Periodic or random monitoring
    data or measurements for the EPCRA section 313 chemical; C - Mass balance calculations; El - Published emission factors; E2 - Site specific emission factors; and O - Other approaches (e.g., engineering
    calculations).
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PART III: DETAILED STUDIES

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                       Section 13 - Health Services Industry and Hospitals Category (40 CFR Part 460)
13.    HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY AND HOSPITALS CATEGORY (40 CFR PART 460)

       To date, scientists have identified numerous pharmaceutical compounds at discernable
concentrations in our nation's rivers, lakes, and streams (U.S. EPA, 2008). To address this issue
at the source, EPA is studying how the drugs are entering waterways and what factors contribute
to the current situation. Towards this end, EPA initiated a study on pharmaceutical disposal
practices at health care facilities including hospitals, hospices, long-term care facilities, health
care clinics, doctor's offices, and veterinary facilities. Unused pharmaceuticals include dispensed
prescriptions that patients do not use as well as materials that are beyond their expiration dates.
Another potential  source of unused pharmaceuticals is the residuals remaining in used and
partially used dispensers, containers, and devices. In particular, the medications contained in the
dispensers, containers and devices may be sewered (e.g., intravenous (IV) bags emptied into
sink).30 For many years, a standard practice at many health care facilities was to dispose of
unused pharmaceuticals by flushing them down the toilet or drain.

13.1   Activities for Study of Unused Pharmaceutical Management

       For the Final 2008 Plan EPA completed an interim technical report for the Health Care
Industry (U.S. EPA, 2008). The interim technical report focused on hospitals and long-term  care
facilities (LTCFs) because these facilities are likely responsible for the largest amounts of
unused pharmaceuticals being disposed into sewage collection systems within this industry
sector. In 2005, there were about  7,000 hospitals and 35,000 LTCFs in the United States (U.S.
EPA,  2008). EPA is continuing its detailed study to investigate the following questions:

       •      What are the current industry practices for disposing of unused pharmaceuticals?
       •      Which pharmaceuticals are being  disposed of and at what quantities?
       •      What are the options for disposing of unused pharmaceuticals other than down the
             drain or toilet?
       •      What factors influence disposal decisions?
       •      Do disposal practices  differ within industry sectors?
       •      What BMPs could facilities implement to reduce the generation of unused
             pharmaceuticals?
       •      What reductions in the quantities of pharmaceuticals discharged to POTWs would
             be achieved by implementing BMPs or alternative disposal methods?
       •      What are the costs of current disposal practices compared to the costs of
             implementing BMPs or alternative disposal methods?

       Since the publication of the Final 2008 Plan, EPA also reviewed comments received on
the first Federal Register notice for the Health Care Industry Information Collection Request
(ICR) published on August 12, 2008  (73 FRN 46903). The ICR was originally developed to
collect technical and economic information on unused pharmaceutical management and to
identify technologies and BMPs that reduce or eliminate the discharge of unused
pharmaceuticals to POTWs. EPA received 31 comments and conducted outreach meetings with
industry to obtain further comments on the survey design and instrument.
30 As a point of clarification, the term "unused pharmaceuticals" does not include excreted pharmaceuticals.

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       Commenters included hospitals and clinics, health care trade associations, pharmacists
associations, reverse distributors, pharmaceutical manufacturers, individuals, and municipal
wastewater treatment plants and their associations. Following publication of the first Federal
Register notice for the ICR, EPA conducted three hour-long teleconferences in September 2008
with 259 stakeholders to provide an overview of the project, scope of the survey instrument,
potential recipients, and schedule. These meetings solicited early feedback from participants to
facilitate the development of a subsequent draft of the survey instrument and population and
sample frames. These teleconferences also identified interested stakeholders for the site
visits/additional outreach meetings. Overall, the comments received were  supportive of the
survey. Most commenters had a number of suggestions on how to improve the survey.
Improvements suggested were to expand the scope of sectors receiving the survey, to shorten the
survey, and to tailor the survey to each health care sector. There were a few health care
organizations who felt a survey was not necessary for a variety of reasons including burden to
the facilities, that they are already practicing BMPs, or that they would favor the more immediate
issuance of EPA guidance.

       In addition to exploring the use of an industry survey, EPA has continued to study the
issue of how health care facilities are managing and disposing of unused pharmaceuticals and
POTW treatment effectiveness in an effort to identify the root cause and potential solutions to
address the issue of pharmaceuticals in our waterways. Since the publication of the Final 2008
Plan, EPA conducted site visits to three additional hospitals in three States, four LTCFs in three
States, a veterinary hospital, a long-term care pharmacy, a hospice, a hematology/oncology
clinic, and a waste management vendor facility to obtain more detailed information on how
pharmaceuticals are managed, tracked, and disposed as well as influences on behavior (U.S.
EPA, 2009). During each site visit, EPA collected general site information and specific unused
pharmaceutical management and disposal information. The objectives of these site visits
included:

       •      Collect information on the amount of unused pharmaceuticals disposed;
       •      Observe pharmaceutical waste management practices;
       •      Identify common industry disposal practices, guidance, and regulatory
              requirements;
       •      Identify challenges with the generation and disposal of unused, unwanted, and
              expired pharmaceuticals;
       •      Identify BMPs and their costs;
       •      Understand potential impacts  of pharmaceuticals in water;  and
       •      Gather information about how hospitals, LTCFs, or other facilities operate.

       Additionally, EPA contacted other types of health care facilities (e.g., medical and dental
offices, university and prison  health clinics, and veterinary clinics) to learn about their unused
pharmaceutical disposal practices. EPA also reviewed studies on POTW pharmaceutical
treatment effectiveness and the potential pathways for unused pharmaceuticals to be released into
the environment (ERG, 2009).

       In summary, since the study began in 2007 EPA has worked with a wide range of
stakeholders (e.g., industry representatives; Federal, State, and Tribal representatives; waste
management and  disposal companies; and other interested parties) to obtain the best available
information on the industry and its unused pharmaceutical management practices. In total, EPA

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met or spoke with over 700 different people during the outreach and data collection activities
from 2007 through 2009 (U.S. EPA, 2009). Based on its outreach and data gathering, the Agency
estimates that hospitals and LTCFs have the greatest amounts of unused pharmaceuticals as
compared with other health care sectors (e.g., dentists, retail pharmacies).

       EPA's outreach has also identified that there is near universal interest from stakeholders
to better manage unused pharmaceuticals at health care facilities. There is also general interest in
more quickly advancing the use of best practices for managing unused pharmaceuticals at health
care facilities.  This considerable outreach and data collection has led EPA to re-consider the use
of an industry  survey for this sector. The survey would be an effective but potentially time-
consuming tool for gathering facility-specific data on the management of unused
pharmaceuticals. EPA estimates that it has gathered sufficient data from its  site visits and
outreach to begin the development of best practices for unused pharmaceutical management at
health  care facilities. During the next year, EPA will continue to work with  a variety of
stakeholders in the development of these best practices and the means for their dissemination and
adoption. EPA expects to complete the development of these best practices  for the Final 2010
Plan.

13.2   Preliminary Findings from the Health Care Industry - Unused Pharmaceuticals
       Detailed Study

       EPA's seven preliminary findings on the management of unused pharmaceutical at health
care facilities include the following:

       1.     Federal regulations often impact the management of pharmaceutical waste.
              These regulations  can influence the options health care facilities have for
              disposing of unused pharmaceuticals.

       •      Some federal regulations may inadvertently encourage disposal of unused
              pharmaceuticals via the sewer. The Controlled Substances Act (CSA), enforced
              by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), establishes a closed distribution
              system for controlled substances. The CSA prohibits the return of controlled
              substances from end-users to any person except, in certain cases, a  law-
              enforcement agent. Disposal of controlled substances is carefully regulated to
              ensure that the substance is destroyed or rendered unrecoverable. One acceptable
              method of destruction is witnessed disposal of controlled substances in a drain or
              toilet.

       •      Fewer disposal opportunities exist for LTCFs because they are often not DEA
              registrants and cannot return controlled substances to their supply pharmacy or
              use reverse distributors. Hospitals typically are DEA registrants because they
              have on-site pharmacies and they are able to use reverse distributors to manage all
              or a portion of their unused controlled substances. It is common practice for
              hospital pharmacies to return some unopened, expired packages of controlled
              substances to a reverse distributor for credit from the manufacturer and
              subsequent disposal. Hospitals can also send  controlled substances  that are
              considered waste (e.g., pharmaceuticals in an intravenous bag, drug samples
              brought into the hospital) to a reverse distributor or other waste management

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              company that is a DBA registrant. Also, hospitals typically do not prescribe
              medication far in advance or in large quantities, as is often done for residents at
              LTCFs. As a result, the potential for pharmaceuticals to be wasted at hospitals is
              reduced.

              Some unused pharmaceuticals are regulated as hazardous wastes and subject to
              the nation's hazardous waste disposal requirements. Pharmaceutical wastes may
              be hazardous waste (under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
              (RCRA)) if: (1) the pharmaceutical or its sole active ingredient is specifically
              listed in 40 CFR Part 261.33(e) or (f) (commonly referred to as the P or U lists,
              respectively); and/or (2) the waste exhibits one or more characteristics of
              hazardous waste (ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity as defined in 40
              CFR Parts 261.21-24, respectively). Common pharmaceutical wastes that are
              RCRA hazardous waste when disposed of include epinephrine, nitroglycerin,
              warfarin, nicotine, and some chemotherapeutic agents.31 Health care facilities
              must determine if these wastes are RCRA hazardous wastes, and if so, must
              comply with all applicable RCRA Subtitle C requirements, including many
              special storage, handling and transportation requirements. In addition, hospitals
              typically have pre-existing arrangements for disposal of unused pharmaceuticals
              as hazardous waste that LTCFs do not have (Leusch, 2005).

              Medicare and Medicaid requirements also influence hospital disposal practices.
              The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the federal agency
              within the Department of Health and Human Services, administers the Medicare
              and Medicaid programs. Its primary role is to provide payment for medical
              products and services through these programs. Medicare provides health
              insurance to elderly and disabled Americans, while Medicaid provides health
              insurance for low income Americans, including long-term care coverage.  LTCFs
              tend to contract with long-term care pharmacies to obtain medications. Long-term
              care (LTC) pharmacies primarily dispense a 30-day supply of medication for each
              prescription. This practice results from the policies set by Medicare, Medicaid,
              and private insurance (i.e., maximizing patient co-payment). The dispensing of
              30-day or more quantities can lead to greater unused pharmaceutical waste, when
              prescriptions are either changed or discontinued. Additionally, EPA identified a
              barrier for reuse of pharmaceuticals returned to LTC pharmacies that were
              purchased under Medicare Part D or private insurance. Specifically, there is no
              system in place that allows the payer to give back partial credit to both the
              insurance provider (e.g., Medicare Part D) and the patient (who paid a co-pay for
              the pharmaceutical). While Medicare Part D and private insurance provider
              requirements do not prohibit crediting to both parties; there is not a system in
              place for that kind of reimbursement that EPA could identify (U.S. EPA, 2009a).
              The result is that these unused medications are often disposed.
31 The Agency clarified its regulation at 40 CFR 261.33, explaining that epinephrine salts are not included in the
epinephrine P042 listing (since the listing only specifies epinephrine and not epinephrine salts); the salts, therefore,
would be hazardous only if the waste epinephrine salt exhibited one or more of the hazardous waste characteristics
(see "Scope of Hazardous Waste Listing P042 (Epinephrine)," October 15, 2007, RCRA Online# 14778)."	
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2.     State and local regulations and guidance often require special handling of
       pharmaceutical waste. These laws and regulations can influence the options
       health care facilities have for disposing of unused Pharmaceuticals.

•      State regulations and guidance vary widely and influence disposal practices.
       State regulations on the disposal of unused pharmaceuticals and controlled
       substances vary widely (The Lewin Group, 2004; APhA, 2006; ERG, 2009a).
       Generally, the existing  guidance from the States suggests that health care facilities
       limit disposal of pharmaceuticals to sewers (either by using alternative
       technologies/practices or limiting the types and quantity of drugs going down the
       drain.) In some States (California and Washington), facilities are encouraged to
       contact the POTW prior to this disposal of unused pharmaceuticals via the sewer.
       Also, many State  regulations require both hospitals and LTCFs to destroy unused
       pharmaceuticals but often do not specify the process of destruction; however,
       many States (33 States  according to APhA, 2006) have requirements for the types
       of facility personnel required to conduct and oversee the destruction.

•      Some States have hazardous waste regulations that are more stringent than
       EPA (H2E, 2006). Some States, including California, Minnesota, and
       Washington, have more stringent hazardous waste regulations that may impact
       pharmaceutical waste management. Some waste pharmaceuticals might be
       regulated as hazardous  waste under State law but not  RCRA. For example,
       Minnesota requires that all chemotherapy drug wastes be managed as hazardous
       waste.

•      Many States allow re-use of uncontaminatedpharmaceuticals (excluding
       controlled substances)  that have been in a controlled environment, such as an
       automatic dispensing system (The Lewin Group, 2004).  In its 2009 Survey of
       Pharmacy Law, the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)
       provides summary statistics on the number of States that (1) allow drug
       repository/donation programs and (2)  permit the return and reuse of medications.
       According to NABP, 32 States allow drug repository/donation programs. Some of
       these States limit  the program to specific situations (e.g., Minnesota's program
       applies to chemotherapy agents only)  or exclude controlled substances from the
       repository/donation program.

       According to NABP, 30 States permit the return and reuse of medications. As
       above, many of these States limit return and reuse activities. For example, Ohio
       allows return and reuse only if the medication is unit-dosed and not a controlled
       substance; and Oregon  allows return and reuse only in "long-term care
       pharmacies where drugs have remained in the control of facility staff and are
       packaged in tamper-resistant containers (NABP, 2009). State regulations for reuse
       of medications vary widely.

3.     After getting credit from the manufacturer for the facility, reverse
       distributors send most creditable pharmaceuticals off-site for some type of
       disposal (e.g., incinerator, landfill, etc.), not  back to pharmaceutical
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       creditable pharmaceutical waste for off-site disposal, including controlled
       substances from hospitals. People often think that reverse distributors are
       returning all of the creditable pharmaceuticals to the manufacturer for
       reuse/recycling or destruction. However, most creditable pharmaceuticals are in
       fact sent off-site to an incinerator (Chapman, 2003).

4.      Sometimes pharmaceuticals are being disposed with State Regulated Medical
       Waste (RMW) and sent to steam sterilizers or autoclaves. In general, EPA
       found that State RMW regulations apply to only those wastes that are considered
       to be potentially infectious. Unused pharmaceuticals would not typically fall into
       this category.  The majority of State RMW regulations make no mention of unused
       pharmaceuticals and do not specifically prohibit health care facilities from
       disposing unused pharmaceuticals with their RMW. Four States specifically
       included chemotherapy agents as RMW or stated that these chemotherapy agents
       may be handled in a similar manner at RMW (ERG, 2009a). EPA visited a
       hospital in January 2009 that, in 2008, had been disposing of all of their unused
       pharmaceuticals in their on-site autoclave with their infectious RMW. This
       autoclave waste was also shredded and there was a wastewater discharge to the
       sewer from the autoclave. This is another way EPA identified that
       pharmaceuticals are being discharged to sewers from hospitals. Also, on site visits
       to hospitals and LTCFs, EPA often found that nurses would dispose of unused
       medications in RMW red bags or red sharps containers, even if that was not the
       official facility policy. RMW is often sent  off-site for treatment to an autoclave or
       steam sterilizer that has a wastewater discharge to a POTW.

5.      The current disposal practices identified for waste pharmaceuticals depend
       greatly on the type of pharmaceutical (e.g., controlled substance, RCRA
       hazardous, chemotherapeutic, etc.), the  form of the pharmaceutical (e.g., IV
       liquid or pill), where the waste is generated (e.g., at the pharmacy or on the
       patient floor) and whether or not the pharmaceutical is out of its original
       packaging. Facilities typically use a combination of commercial waste haulers to
       dispose of their waste and local municipal  trash companies. From site visits as
       well as meetings with waste management companies,  EPA observed the following
       typical disposal practices:

•      Reverse Distributor. Most hospitals and LTC pharmacies send unopened expired
       or short-dated pharmaceuticals to a reverse distributor to receive credit. The
       reverse distributor then usually sends the pharmaceuticals off-site for disposal.

•      Sewer/POTW. Facilities tend to dispose of partially-used intravenous (IV)
       medications from the patient floor down the drain. All facilities from outreach
       meetings and  site visits contacted disposed of partially-used non-pharmaceutical
       IV waste down the drain, such as electrolytes and total parenteral nutrition. All
       facilities also  disposed of partially-used IVs containing controlled substances
       (e.g., a fentanyl IV stopped midstream) down the drain. Some facilities disposed
       of any partially-used IVs down the drain. Other facilities disposed of
       chemotherapy IVs as hazardous waste instead, using a resealable  bag system and
       sorting containers. Some facilities also disposed of all controlled substances in the

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              form of pills down the drain; however, many facilities implemented management
              practices to avoid such releases. These facilities would render the controlled
              substances unrecognizable by crushing them and mixing them with materials such
              as kitty litter or sand and disposing with general trash.

       •      Municipal Waste Landfill. General trash and sterilized medical/infectious waste
              were disposed in municipal waste landfills. Facilities that render controlled
              substances unrecognizable by crushing them and mixing with materials such as
              kitty litter or sand, then dispose of the waste in the general trash.

       •      Autoclave/Steam Sterilizer. EPA observed autoclaves in place at four of the five
              hospitals visited. These four hospitals sterilized their medical/infectious waste
              using autoclaves/steam sterilizers, prior to disposing of such waste as general
              trash. One of these four hospitals processed their pharmaceutical waste through
              the autoclave/steam sterilizer, as well as their medical/infectious waste. Nurses on
              the hospital or LTCF patient floor would often put medications unused by the
              patient into the red bags or red sharps containers that would then go to the
              autoclaves/steam sterilizers.

       •      Thermal Destruction/Medical Waste Incinerator. Two hospitals sent
              pharmaceutical waste for off-site thermal destruction (type  of incinerator not
              specified), including nonhazardous pharmaceutical and trace chemotherapy drugs.
              Two hospitals disposed of nonhazardous pharmaceuticals in off-site medical
              waste incinerators. These hospitals also disposed of trace chemotherapeutic waste
              in medical waste incinerators.

       •      Hazardous Waste Landfill. One hospital sent hazardous waste to this type of
              landfill, including pharmaceutical hazardous waste.

       •      Hazardous Waste Incineration. Hospitals sent RCRA hazardous waste
              pharmaceuticals to this type of incinerator, including hazardous pharmaceutical
              waste and dual waste.

       From an outreach meeting with a waste management vendor, EPA gathered some general
statistics on the disposal of unused pharmaceuticals from health care facilities (U.S. EPA,
2009b). Specifically, the data show that the total amount of unused pharmaceuticals at a hospital
range from 10-20 pounds/bed-month total, with about 10-20 percent of that volume being
hazardous waste. Also, most of the time (approximately 90 percent), unused pharmaceuticals in
(nonhazardous) IV bags are poured down the drain.

       6.      Organization size, ease and access of disposal, and cost are also factors
              influencing the disposal of unused pharmaceuticals. Some facilities use
              flushing to sewers as a primary means of disposal since it is both easy and
              complies with CSA requirements for destruction. Facilities are most likely to
              flush pharmaceuticals if they do not have an on-site pharmacy and/or do not have
              a pre-existing contract with a hazardous waste hauler to dispose of the
              pharmaceuticals. For example, small rural hospitals often don't have full-time
              pharmacists and do not use reverse distributors (Lewis, 2009). In the past, public

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             health agencies and health-related non-government organizations guided the
             public to destroy unused medications by flushing them down the toilet. Many
             LTCFs have adopted this method for destruction of unused controlled substances.
             Many LTCFs have also extended this practice to include flushing all unused
             medications - controlled and non controlled substances (Leusch, 2005).

       7.     Best management practices, if widely implemented, have the potential to
             reduce the amount of unused Pharmaceuticals entering our nation's waters
             from disposal. Three organizations provide guidance in the form of BMPs to
             medical facilities on managing pharmaceutical waste: Hospitals for a Healthy
             Environment (re-named as Practice Greenhealth), Product Stewardship Institute
             (PSI), and the Joint Commission (formerly the Joint Commission on
             Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)). The guidelines provided by
             these organizations all aim to reduce health and environmental impacts due to
             current disposal practices of pharmaceutical waste, as discussed in Section 5.2 of
             the Interim Technical Report (U.S. EPA, 2008). Examples of model BMPs
             identified to date include waste minimization and reverse distribution systems
             used by hospitals in California, Minnesota, and Washington.  Waste minimization
             techniques include maintaining inventories of high-use pharmaceuticals and
             identifying those that are close to expiring. Short-dated pharmaceuticals are
             redistributed to other areas of the hospitals where they are needed. Dispensed
             pharmaceuticals can also go unused at  a hospital or LTCF if the patient has an
             allergic or adverse reaction to the medication, no longer requires treatment,
             refuses treatment, or the medication expires. Hospitals and LTCFs can reduce the
             amount of pharmaceutical waste generated by limiting the amount of
             pharmaceuticals dispensed to patients and residents at one time. This can be
             accomplished by using unit dose packaging, limited quantity dispensing,
             automatic dispensing  systems, and standardized medication dosages (U.S. EPA,
             2008). Hospitals and LTCFs have the option of hiring reverse distributors to
             manage their unused and/or expired medication that the facility believes it could
             receive credit from the manufacturer. The reverse distributor determines which
             medications may receive credit from the manufacturer and arranges for disposal
             of the unused medications (or in limited cases, sends the unused pharmaceuticals
             back to the manufacturer).

       EPA is concerned about pharmaceuticals in the environment and is working on this issue
in many different areas. Over the last few years, EPA has increased its work in a number of areas
to better understand pharmaceuticals. EPA has an overall strategy to address the risks associated
with emerging contaminants. This four-pronged strategy is aimed at improving science,
improving public understanding, identifying partnership and stewardship opportunities, and
taking regulatory action as appropriate. EPA is focused on learning more about the occurrence
and health effects of pharmaceuticals in water. In addition, EPA is working to better understand
what treatment technologies may remove them from wastewater and drinking water. EPA is
developing analytical methods to improve detection capabilities. EPA is conducting national
studies to help direct the Agency's course of action. EPA is also partnering with government
agencies, stakeholders, and the private sector, and increasing public awareness about product
stewardship and pollution prevention (Grumbles, 2008). Additionally, the Agency is considering
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universal waste system to facilitate its oversight of the disposal of pharmaceutical waste (40 CFR
Part 273) (see RIN 2050-AG39, April 30, 2007; 72 FR 23170). The inclusion of hazardous
pharmaceutical wastes in the universal waste rule may encourage health care facilities to manage
all their pharmaceutical wastes as universal wastes, even wastes that are not regulated as
hazardous but which nonetheless pose hazards. Finally, EPA has identified the issue of
Pharmaceuticals in wastewater is part of the Agency's Strategic Plan (2006-2011) to meet its
goals of clean and safe water.32

13.3   Health Care Industry and Hospitals Category References

       1.     American Pharmacies Association (APhA). 2006. Re-Distribution of
             Medications: APhA Policy Committee Background Information. (November).
             EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0319.

       2.     Chapman, Alice I, P.E. 2003. King County Pharmaceutical Reverse Distributor
             Survey Final Report. Publication Number SQG-PHARM-2(12/03), Local
             Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County. Seattle, WA.
             (December). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06520.

       3.     Eastern Research Group, Inc. (ERG). 2009. Memorandum to Samantha Lewis and
             Meghan Hessenauer, EPA, from Debra Falatko and Ellie Codding, ERG. RE:
             Pathways for Environmental Releases of Unused Pharmaceuticals. October 2009.
             EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06571.

       4.     Eastern Research Group, Inc. (ERG). 2009a. Memorandum to Samantha Lewis
             and Meghan Hessenauer, EPA, from Jill Lucy, ERG. RE: Federal, State, and
             Local Regulations and Guidance for the Management of Unused Pharmaceuticals
             from Hospitals and Long-Term Care Facilities. October 2009. EPA-HQ-OW-
             2008-0517 DCN 06499.

       5.     Grumbles, Benjamin H. 2008. U.S. EPA Assistant Administrator for Water.
             Testimony Before the Transportation Safety, Infrastructure Security and Water
             Quality Subcommittee of the Environment and Public Works Committee United
             States Senate. (April 15). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-1741.

       6.     Hospitals for a Health Environment (H2E). 2006. Managing Pharmaceutical
             Waste: A 10-Step Blueprint for Health Care Facilities in the United States.  (April
             15). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0244.

       7.     Leusch, F., H. Chapman, W. Korner, S. Gooneratne, L. Tremblay. 2005. Efficacy
             of an Advanced Sewage Treatment Plant in Southeast Queensland, Australia, to
             Remove Estrogenic Chemicals. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39,  5781-5786. (June 21).
             EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-0851.
32 See "2006 - 2011 EPA Strategic Plan," http://www.epa.gov/ocfo/plan/plan.htm.
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8.     Lewis, S. 2009. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Summary of Phone
      Conversation with Brock Slabach of the National Rural Health Association. (May
      27). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06412.

9.     Mott, Jennifer and Maureen Kaplan. 2005. Memorandum to James Covington,
      EPA from Jennifer Mott and Maureen Kaplan, ERG. RE: Health Services
      Industry: Number of Facilities, Companies, and Small Businesses. (December
      20). EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-1615.

10.    National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP). 2009. Survey of Pharmacy
      Law.

11.    The Lewin Group. 2004. CMS Review of Current Standards of Practice for Long-
      Term Care Pharmacy Services: Long-Term Care Pharmacy Primer. (December
      30). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0317.

12.    U. S. EPA. 2008. Health Services Industry Study: Management and Disposal of
      Unused Pharmaceuticals (Interim Technical Report). EPA-821-R-08-013.
      Washington, DC. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-1694.

13.    U.S. EPA. 2009. Health Care Industry Unused Pharmaceuticals Detailed Study
      2007-2009 Data Collection and Outreach. Washington, DC. EPA-HQ-OW-2008-
      0517 DCN 06496.

14.    U. S. EPA. 2009a. Health Care Industry Study - Meeting with Centers for
      Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). (June 23). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517
      DCN 06498.

15.    U.S. EPA. 2009b. Health Care Industry Study - Meeting with Stericycle. (April
      16). Washington, DC. EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06439.
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                                    Section 14 - Oil and Gas Extraction Category (40 CFR Part 435)
14.    OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION CATEGORY (40 CFR PART 435)

       Coalbed methane (CBM) extraction activities accounted for about 7 percent of the total
U.S. natural gas production (gross withdrawals) in 2007 and are expanding in multiple basins
across the United States. Currently, the Department of Energy's Energy Information
Administration expects CBM production to remain an important source of domestic natural gas
over the next few decades.

       CBM extraction requires removal of large amounts of water from underground coal
seams before CBM can be released. CBM wells have a distinctive production history
characterized by an early stage when large amounts of water are produced to reduce reservoir
pressure which in turn encourages release of gas. This is followed by a stable stage when
quantities of produced gas increase as the quantities of produced water decrease; and a late stage
when the amount of gas produced declines and water production remains low (WY SGS, 2004).

       The quantity and quality of water that is produced in association with CBM development
varies from basin to basin, within a particular basin, from coal seam to coal seam, and over the
lifetime of a CBM well. Pollutants often found in these wastewaters include chloride, sodium,
sulfate, bicarbonate, fluoride, iron, barium, magnesium, ammonia, and arsenic. Total dissolved
solids and electrical conductivity are  bulk parameters that States typically use for quantifying
and controlling the amount of pollutants in CBM produced waters.

       EPA identified the CBM sector as a candidate for a detailed study in the Final 2006
Effluent Guidelines Program Plan (see December 21, 2006, 71  FR 76656). As part of that
announcement EPA made it clear that it would conduct data collection through an information
collection request (ICR) to support this detailed study. In accordance with the Paperwork
Reduction Act, EPA obtained approval from the Office of Management and Budget for its
"Coalbed Methane Extraction Sector Survey"  on February 18, 2009. This approval followed two
public comment periods on the  survey (see 73 FR 4556, January 25, 2008; 73 FR 40757, July 15,
2008) and more than two years  of outreach by EPA with interested stakeholders.

       The approved mandatory survey, conducted under the authority of Section 308 of the
Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. Section  1318), includes two questionnaires. First, a screener
questionnaire went to all CBM operators that have three or more CBM wells, approximately 300
operators. A detailed questionnaire will collect financial and technical data on approximately 773
CBM projects across the country.

       EPA will use this ICR to collect technical and economic information from a wide range
of CBM operations. EPA plans  to collect information on geographical and geologic differences
in the characteristics of CBM produced waters, environmental data, current regulatory controls,
and availability  and affordability of treatment  technology options.

       EPA is also conducting a literature review of environmental impacts and beneficial uses
of produced water.  The literature review is being conducted in four phases focusing on:
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       1.     Scientific journal articles;
       2.     Documents retrieved from websites of state and federal agencies, universities, and
             non-governmental organizations; and
       3.     Environmentally sustainable beneficial uses of produced water.

Results of the first phase are included in the docket (ERG, 2009). Additionally, EPA will be
reviewing current requirements for surface water discharge of produced water. Currently,
regulatory controls for CBM produced waters vary from State to State and permit to permit (U.S.
EPA, 2006; Ruckelshaus, 2005). The assessment of state permitting requirements for surface
water discharge of produced water will examine factors such as the:

       •      Number of current permits;
       •      Proportion of discharges covered under individual versus general permits;
       •      Types of pollutants controlled; and
       •      Numeric concentration limits required.

This assessment will give EPA a better understanding of variations and consistencies among
states in controlling CBM produced water discharges.

       Finally, EPA is soliciting public comment on whether it should expand its detailed study
of CBM extraction to include all oil and gas exploration, stimulation,  and extraction techniques
that result in contamination of surface and groundwater, including hydraulic fracturing in all
formations.

14.1   Oil and Gas Extraction Category References
       1.     Eastern Research Group, Inc. (ERG). 2009. Memorandum to Tom Born, EPA,
             from Amie Aguiar, Joanna Kind, and Kristi Bubb, Eastern Research Group, Inc.
             RE: Coalbed Methane Environmental Assessment Literature Review Search
             Results. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517 DCN 06934.

       2.     Johnston, Carey. 2007. U.S. EPA. Final Site Visit Report: Triwatech, LLC
             Treatment System Summary - Pilot Plant Tour Raton, New Mexico. (November
             16). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-1048.

       3.     Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources. 2005. Final Report
             - Water Production from Coalbed Methane Development in Wyoming: A
             Summary of Quantity, Quality, and Management Options. (December). EPA-HQ-
             OW-2004-0032-2540.

       4.     U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
             Program Plan. EPA-821-R-06-018. Washington, DC. (December). EPA-HQ-
             OW-2004-0032-2782.
5.     WY SGS. 2004. Wyoming State Geological Survey. Information Pamphlet 7
      (Revised). Coalbed M
      OW-2004-0032-1904.
             (Revised). Coalbed Methane in Wyoming (2nd Revision). (Unknown). EPA-HQ-

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                            Section 15 - Steam Electric Power Generating Category (40 CFR Part 423)
15.    STEAM ELECTRIC POWER GENERATING CATEGORY (40 CFR PART 423)

       EPA has completed a multi-year study of the Steam Electric Power Generating Category
and, based on the results, has determined that revising the current ELGs is warranted. EPA's
decision to revise the current ELGs is largely driven by the high level of TWPE discharges from
power plants and the expectation that these discharges will increase significantly in the next few
years as new air pollution controls are installed. Over the course of the study, EPA has identified
technologies that are available to significantly reduce these pollutant discharges.

       The Steam Electric Power Generating ELGs (40 CFR Part 423) apply to a subset of the
electric power industry, namely those facilities "primarily engaged in the generation of
electricity for distribution and sale which results primarily from a process utilizing fossil-type
fuel (coal, oil, or gas) or nuclear fuel in conjunction with water system as the thermodynamic
medium" (see 40 CFR Part 423.10). EPA's most recent revisions to the ELGs for this category
were promulgated in 1982 (see 47 FR 52290, November 19, 1982).

       Since 2005, EPA has been carrying out an intensive review of wastewater discharges
from power plants. As part of this effort, EPA has sampled wastewater from surface
impoundments and advanced wastewater treatment systems, conducted on-site reviews of the
operations at more than two dozen power plants, and issued a detailed questionnaire that
obtained information on 30 power plants using authority granted under Section 308 of the Clean
Water Act. EPA's data collection efforts have been primarily focused on four target areas:

       1.     Determining the pollutant characteristics of power plant wastewater;
       2.     Identifying treatment technologies for the wastewater generated by air pollution
             control equipment;
       3.     Characterizing the practices used by the industry to manage or eliminate
             discharges of fly ash and bottom ash wastewater; and
       4.     Identifying methods for managing power plant wastewater that allow recycling
             and reuse, rather than discharge to surface waters.

Much of the information collected thus far, including laboratory data from sampling, were made
available to the public in an interim study report, Steam Electric Power Generating Point Source
Category: 2007/2008 Detailed Study Report, (U.S. EPA, 2008) and the final study report, Steam
Electric Power Generating Point Source Category: Final Detailed Study Report (U.S. EPA,
2009).

       EPA's review of the wastewater characteristics indicates that most of the toxic pollutant
loadings for this category are associated with metals and certain other elements present in
wastewater discharges, and that the waste streams contributing the majority of these pollutants
are associated with ash handling and wet flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems. Other potential
sources of these pollutants include coal pile runoff, metal cleaning wastes, coal washing, leachate
from landfills and wastewater impoundments, and certain low-volume wastes.

       Between July 2007 and October 2008, EPA conducted six sampling episodes to
characterize untreated wastewaters generated by coal-fired power plants, including FGD
wastewater,  and fly ash and bottom ash transport water.  EPA also collected samples to assess the
effluent quality from different types of treatment systems currently in place at these operations.

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Samples were analyzed for metals and other pollutants, such as total suspended solids and
nitrogen. Sampling reports for the first five episodes are included in the docket for the 2008 Final
Plan (ERG, 2008a; ERG, 2008b; ERG, 2008c; ERG, 2008d; ERG, 2008e), and the report for the
final sampling episode is included in the docket for the Preliminary 2010 Plan (ERG, 2009).
These reports discuss the specific sample points and analytes, the sample collection methods
used, the field quality control samples collected, and the analytical results for the wastewater
samples.

       EPA expects that the use of wet FGD systems will increase substantially over the next
decade as state and federal regulations are implemented to reduce air emissions. Metals and other
pollutants are transferred from the flue gas to the wastewater produced by wet FGD systems.
Based on results from the sampling and other data, EPA determined that there are unregulated
toxic and conventional pollutants present in ash pond and FGD wastewater which can be reduced
significantly with treatment technologies.

       An increasing amount of evidence indicates that the characteristics of coal combustion
wastewater have the potential to impact human health and the environment. Discharges of coal
combustion wastewater have been associated with fish kills, reductions in the growth and
survival of aquatic organisms, behavioral and physiological effects in wildlife and aquatic
organisms, potential impacts to human health (e.g., drinking water contamination), and changes
to the local habitat. Many of the pollutants commonly found in coal combustion wastewater (e.g.,
selenium, mercury, and arsenic) are known to cause environmental harm and potentially
represent a human health risk. Although coal-fired power plants often dilute coal combustion
wastewater with other large volume wastewater (e.g., cooling water) to reduce the pollutant
concentrations prior to discharge, the effluent can  contain large mass  loads (i.e. total pounds) of
pollutants. Some of the pollutants in these discharges, although present at low concentrations,
can bioaccumulate and present an increased ecological threat due to their tendency to persist in
the environment, resulting in slow ecological recovery times following exposure.  In addition,
leachate from impoundments and landfills containing coal combustion wastes can contain high
concentrations of pollutants and has been identified as the source of ground water and surface
water impacts.

       Additional information about data  collected and findings of the detailed study of the
Steam Electric Power Generating industry is presented in the final study report, Steam Electric
Power Generating Point Source Category: Final Detailed Study Report (U.S. EPA, 2009). The
report includes data on the characteristics of wastewater from coal fired power plants, identifies
the wastewater treatment technologies reviewed, presents an overview of the industry profile and
predicted future trends in the use of air pollution controls, and describes environmental impacts
that have been linked to  coal combustion wastewater.

       EPA expects to continue data collection by conducting wastewater sampling and issuing
a survey that will obtain detailed technical and financial information.  In particular, EPA intends
to submit an Information Collection Request to the Office of Management and Budget this year
for their review and approval under the Paperwork Reduction Act, 33 U.S.C. 3501, et seq.
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15.1   Steam Electric Power Generating Category References

      1.     Eastern Research Group, Inc. (ERG). 2008a. Final Sampling Episode Report,
            EME Homer City Generation L.P. 's Homer City Power Plant. (August). EPA-
            HQ-OW-2006-0771-1750.

      2.     Eastern Research Group, Inc. (ERG). 2008b. Final Sampling Episode Report,
            Ohio Power Company's Mitchell Plant. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-
            1732.

      3.     Eastern Research Group, Inc. (ERG). 2008c. Final Sampling Episode Report,
            Buckeye Power Company's Cardinal Power Plant. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-
            2006-0771-1737.

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            Tampa Electric Company's Big Bend Station. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-2006-
            0771-1747.

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            Tennessee Valley Authority's Widows Creek Fossil Plant. (August). EPA-HQ-
            OW-2006-0771-1733.

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            Energy Carolinas' Belews Creek Steam Station. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-
            0517 DCN 06197.

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            Detailed Study Report. EPA 821-R-09-008. Washington, DC. (October). EPA-
            HQ-OW-2007-0517 DCN 06390.

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            HQ-OW-2006-0771-1699.
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                                     Appendix A

       SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS FOR EAD'S SCREENING-LEVEL ANALYSIS

Table A-l    SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
Table A-2    SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
Table A-3    NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
Table A-4    NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
Table A-5    TWFs for Chemicals in TRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Table A-6    POTW Removals

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
0101
0111
0112
0115
0116
0119
0131
0132
0133
0134
0139
0161
0171
0172
0173
0174
0175
0179
0181
0182
0191
0211
0212
0213
0214
SIC Description
Cocoa
Wheat
Rice
Corn
Soybeans
Cash Grains, NEC
Cotton
Tobacco
Sugarcane And Sugar Beets
Irish Potatoes
Crops, Except Cash Grains, NEC
Vegetables And Melons
Berry Crops
Grapes
Tree Nuts
Citrus Fruits
Deciduous Tree Fruits
Fruits And Tree Nuts, NEC
Ornamental Nursery Products
Food Crops Grown Under Cover
General Farms, Primarily Crop
Beef Cattle Feedlots
Beef Cattle, Except Feedlots
Hogs
Sheep And Goats
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
412
412
412
412
Point Source Category
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)

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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
0219
0241
0251
0252
0253
0254
0259
0271
0272
0273
0279
0291
0711
0721
0722
0723
0724
0741
0742
0751
0752
0761
0762
0781
0782
SIC Description
General Livestock, NEC
Dairy Farms
Broil, Fry And Roast Chickens
Chicken Eggs
Turkey And Turkey Eggs
Poultry Hatcheries
Poultry And Eggs, NEC
Fur-Bearing Animals & Rabbits
Horses And Other Equines
Animal Aquaculture
Animal Specialties, NEC
Farms, Primarily Livestock
Soil Preparation Services
Crop Planting & Protection
Harvesting, Primarily Machine
Crop Prep Services For Market
Cotton Ginning
Vet Services For Livestock
Vet Serv For Animal Specialty
Livestock Services, Except Vet
Animal Special Serv Except Vet
Farm Labor Contract & Crew
Farm Management Services
Landscape Counseling And Plan
Lawn And Garden Services
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
412
412
412
412
412
412
412
2
412
451
2
2
7
7
7
7
7
460
460
7
7
7
7
7
7
Point Source Category
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Agricultural Production - Livestock
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
Aquatic Animal Production Industry
Agricultural Production - Livestock
Agricultural Production - Livestock
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
0783
0811
0831
0851
0912
0913
0919
0921
0971
1011
1021
1031
1041
1044
1061
1081
1094
1099
1221
1222
1231
1241
1311
1321
1381
SIC Description
Ornamental Shrub And Tree Serv
Timber Tracts
Forest Products
Forestry Services
Finfish
Shellfish
Miscellaneous Marine Products
Fish Hatcheries And Preserves
Hunt & Trap & Game Propogation
Iron Ores
Copper Ores
Lead And Zinc Ores
Gold Ores
Silver Ores
Ferroalloy Ores, Excl Vanadium
Metal Mining Services
Uranium-Radium-Vanadium Ores
Metal Ores, NEC
Bituminous Coal & Lig, Surface
Bituminous Coal & Lig, Undergr
Anthracite Mining
Coal Mining Service
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas
Natural Gas Liquids
Drilling Oil And Gas Wells
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
SIC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
451
9
440
440
440
440
440
440
440
440
440
434
434
434
12
435
13
435
Point Source Category
Agricultural Services
Forestry
Forestry
Forestry
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Aquatic Animal Production Industry
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Ore mining and dressing
Ore mining and dressing
Ore mining and dressing
Ore mining and dressing
Ore mining and dressing
Ore mining and dressing
Ore mining and dressing
Ore mining and dressing
Ore mining and dressing
Coal mining
Coal mining
Coal mining
Coal Mining - SIC 12
Oil & Gas Extraction
Natural Gas Liquids
Oil & Gas Extraction
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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
1382
1389
1411
1422
1423
1429
1442
1446
1455
1459
1474
1475
1479
1481
1499
1521
1522
1531
1541
1542
1611
1622
1623
1629
1711
SIC Description
Oil And Gas Field Exploration
Oil And & Field Services, NEC
Dimension Stone
Crushed And Broken Limestone
Crushed And Broken Granite
Crushed And Broken Stone, NEC
Construction Sand And Gravel
Industrial Sand
Kaolin And Ball Clay
Clay, Ceramic & Refrac Mat NEC
Potash, Soda & Borate Minerals
Phosphate Rock
Chem & Pert Minera Mining, NEC
Nonmetal Mineral (Except Fuels
Misc Nonmetal Minerals, NEC
Contractors-Single Family Hous
Gen Contract-Res, Not Sinfa
Operative Builders
Gen Contract-Indust. Bldgs.
Gen Contract, Non-Res Bldgs.
Hwy & St Const., Exc. Elev Hwy
Bridge, Tunnel & Elev Hwy Cons
H2o, Sew, Pipe & Com. & Powr
Heavy Construction, NEC
Plumb, Heat & Air Conditioning
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PNC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
435
435
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
15
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
NA
17
Point Source Category
Oil & Gas Extraction
Oil & Gas Extraction
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
General Building Contractors
General Building Contractors
General Building Contractors
General Building Contractors
General Building Contractors
Heavy Construction, Except Building
Heavy Construction, Except Building
Heavy Construction, Except Building
Construction and Development
Special Trade Contractors
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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
1721
1731
1741
1742
1743
1751
1752
1761
1771
1781
1791
1793
1794
1795
1796
1799
2011
2013
2015
2021
2022
2023
2024
2026
2032
SIC Description
Painting And Paper Hanging
Electrical Work
Masonry, Stone Set, Stone Work
Plstr, Drywall, Acous, & Insul
Terrazzo,Tile,Marble, Mosaic
Carpentry Work
Floor Lay & Other Floor Work
Roof, Side & Sheet Metal Work
Concrete Work
Water Well Drilling
Structural Steel Erection
Glass And Glazing Work
Excavation Work
Wrecking And Demoltion Work
Inst Or Erection Of Bldg Equip
Special Trade Contractors, NEC
Meat Packing Plants
Sausages & Prepared Meat Prod
Poultry Slaughtering & Process
Creamery Butter
Cheese, Natural And Processed
Condensed And Evaporated Milk
Ice Cream And Frozen Desserts
Fluid Milk
Canned Specialties
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PNC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
432
432
432
405
405
405
405
405
NA
Point Source Category
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Meat and Poultry Products
Meat and Poultry Products
Meat and Poultry Products
Dairy products processing
Dairy products processing
Dairy products processing
Dairy products processing
Dairy products processing
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2033
2034
2035
2037
2038
2041
2043
2044
2045
2046
2047
2048
2051
2052
2053
2061
2062
2063
2064
2066
2067
2068
2074
2075
2076
SIC Description
Canned Fruits, Veg, Pres, Jam
Dehydrated Fruits, Veg, Soups
Pickled Frts & Veg. Sauces
Frozen Frts, Frt Juices & Veg
Frozen Specialties, NEC
Flour & Other Grain Mill Prod
Cereal Breakfast Foods
Rice Milling
Blended And Prepared Flour
Wet Corn Milling
Dog And Cat Food
Prep Feeds & Ingred For Anima
Bread & Other Bakery Products
Cookies And Crackers
Frozen Bakery Products
Cane Sugar, Except Refine Only
Cane Sugar Refining
Beet Sugar
Candy & Other Confection Prod
Chocolate And Cocoa Products
Chewing Gum
Salted & Roasted Nuts & Seeds
Cottonseed Oil Mills
Soybean Oil Mills
Veg. Oil Mills, Except Corn
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
407
NA
407
407
NA
406
406
406
406
406
406
20
NA
NA
NA
409
409
409
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Point Source Category
Fruits and vegetable processing
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Fruits and vegetable processing
Fruits and vegetable processing
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Grain mills manufacturing
Grain mills manufacturing
Grain mills manufacturing
Grain mills manufacturing
Grain mills manufacturing
Grain mills manufacturing
Food & Kindred Products
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Sugar processing
Sugar processing
Sugar processing
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
>

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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2077
2079
2082
2083
2084
2085
2086
2087
2091
2092
2095
2096
2097
2098
2099
2111
2121
2131
2141
2211
2221
2231
2241
2251
2252
SIC Description
Animal And Marine Fats & Oils
Short, Table Oils, Margerine
Malt Beverages
Malt
Wines, Brandy & Brandy Spirit
Dist, Rectified & Blended Liq
Bot & Can Soft Drnk & Carb Wa
Flav Extr & Flav Syrups, NEC
Canned & Cured Fish & Seafood
Fre Or Froz Pck Fish, Seafood
Roasted Coffee
Potato Chips & Similar Snacks
Manufactured Ice
Macaroni, Spagh, Vermi, Noodl
Food Preparations, NEC
Cigarettes
Cigars
Tobacco (Chew & Smok) & Snuff
Tobacco Stemming And Redrying
Broad Woven Fabric Mills, Cott
Broad Woven Fabric Mills, Synt
Broad Woven Fabric Mills, Wool
Narrow Fab & Other Smallwares
Women's Full/Knee Length Hosry
Hosiery, NEC
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PNC
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
432
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
408
408
NA
407
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
410
410
410
410
410
410
Point Source Category
Meat and Poultry Products
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Canned and preserved seafood
Canned and preserved seafood
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Fruits and vegetable processing
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Tobacco Products
Tobacco Products
Tobacco Products
Tobacco Products
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2253
2254
2257
2258
2259
2261
2262
2269
2273
2281
2282
2284
2295
2296
2297
2298
2299
2311
2321
2322
2323
2325
2326
2329
2331
SIC Description
Knit Outerwear Mills
Knit Underwear Mills
Circular Knit Fabric Mills
Warp Knit Fabric Mills
Knitting Mills, NEC
Finish Of Brd Wov Fab Of Cottn
Finish Of Brd Wov Fab/Man-Made
Finishers Of Textiles, NEC
Carpets And Rugs, NEC
Yarn Spin Mills: Cotton, Mm Fib
Yarn Text, Throw, Twist & Wind
Thread Mills
Coated Fabrics, Not Rubberized
Tire Cord And Fabric
Nonwoven Fabrics
Cordage And Twine
Textile Goods, NEC
Men's & Boy's Suits, Coats
Men's, & Boy's Shirts
Men's & Boys Underwear & Night
Men's, Youth's & Boys NECkwear
Men & Boy Sep Trousers & Slack
Men's & Boy's Work Clothing
Men's, Youth's & Boy's Clothng
Women, Mis, Jr' Blses, Waists
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
23
23
410
23
23
23
23
23
Point Source Category
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Textile mills
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Textile mills
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
>
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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2335
2337
2339
2341
2342
2353
2361
2369
2371
2381
2384
2385
2386
2387
2389
2391
2392
2393
2394
2395
2396
2397
2399
2411
2421
SIC Description
Women's, Misses' & Jrs' Dress
Women, Mis', Jrs' Suits, Shirt
Women's, Miss' & Jr' Outerwear
Womens,Mis',Chld's,Inf Underwe
Brassiers,Girdles & Allied Gar
Hats, Caps And Millinery
Girls, Childs & Infs Outerwear
Girls, Childs & Infs Outerwear
Fur Goods
Dress & Wk Glove Exc Knit/Leat
Robes & Dressing Gowns
Raincoats & Raingear
Leather & Sheep-Lined Clothing
Apparel Belts
Apparel & Accessories, NEC
Curtains & Draperies
Housefurnishings, Exc Curtains
Textile Bags
Canvas & Related Products
Pleating, Decor/Novelty Stitch
Automotive Trimmings, Apparel
Schiffli Machine Embroideries
Fabrcated Textile Products NEC
Logging Camps/Logging Contract
Sawmills & Planing Mills, Gen
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
PSC
SIC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
410
23
410
24
429
Point Source Category
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Textile mills
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Textile mills
Lumber & Wood Products
Timber products processing
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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2426
2429
2431
2434
2435
2436
2439
2441
2448
2449
2451
2452
2491
2493
2499
2511
2512
2514
2515
2517
2519
2521
2522
2531
2541
SIC Description
Hardwood Dimen & Flooring Mill
Special Product Sawmills NEC
Millwork
Wood Kitchen Cabinets
Hardwood Veneer And Plywood
Softwood Veneer And Plywood
Structural Wood Members, NEC
Nailed/Lock Corner Wood Boxes
Wood Pallets And Skids
Wood Containers NEC
Mobile Homes
Prefab Wood Bldgs & Components
Wood Preserving
Reconstituted Wood Products
Wood Products, NEC
Wood Household Furn, Exc Uphol
Wood Household Furn, Upholster
Metal Household Furniture
Mattresses And Bedsprings
Wood TV, Radio, Phono Cabinet
Household Furniture, NEC
Wood Office Furniture
Metal Office Furniture
Public Building/Related Furnit
Wood Parti,Shelf,Lock,Etc
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
24
24
429
429
429
429
429
24
24
24
24
24
429
429
429
429
429
433
25
429
25
429
433
433
429
Point Source Category
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Timber products processing
Timber products processing
Timber products processing
Timber products processing
Timber products processing
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Timber products processing
Timber products processing
Timber products processing
Timber products processing
Timber products processing
Metal Finishing
Furniture & Fixtures
Timber products processing
Furniture & Fixtures
Timber products processing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Timber products processing

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2542
2591
2599
2611
2621
2631
2652
2653
2655
2656
2657
2671
2672
2673
2674
2675
2676
2677
2678
2679
2711
2721
2731
2732
2741
SIC Description
Metal Parti,Shelf,Lockers
Drape Hardware/Window Blinds
Furniture And Fixtures, NEC
Pulp Mills
Paper Mills
Paperboard Mills
Set-Up Paperboard Boxes
Corrugated/Solid Fiber Boxes
Fiber Cans, Tubes,Drums & Prod
Sanitary Food Containers
Folding Paperboard Boxes
Coated & Laminated Packaging
Coated & Laminated, NEC
Bags, Plastic, Lamina & Coated
Bags,Uncoatd Paper & Multiwall
Die-Cut Paper,Paperbrd/Cardbrd
Sanitary Paper Products
Envelopes
Stationery,Tablets & Rel Prod
Conv Paper & Paperbrd Products
Newspapers: Publishing & Print
Periodicals: Publishing & Prin
Books: Publishing & Printing
Book Printing
Miscellaneous Publishing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
433
433
433
430
430
430
26
430
430
430
430
430
430
26
430
26
26
26
26
430
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Paper & Allied Products
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Paper & Allied Products
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2752
2754
2759
2761
2771
2782
2789
2791
2796
2812
2813
2816
2819
2821
2822
2823
2824
2833
2834
2835
2836
2841
2842
2843
2844
SIC Description
Commercial Print, Lithographic
Commercial Printing, Gravure
Commercial Printing, NEC
Manifold Business Forms
Greeting Card Publishing
Blankbooks,Looseleaf Binders
Bookbinding & Related Work
Typesetting
Platemaking Services
Alkalies And Chlorine
Industrial Gases
Inorganic Pigments
Industrial Inorganic Chemicals
Piste Mat/Syn Resins/Nv Blast
Syn Rubber (Vulcan Elastomers)
Cellulosic Man-Made Fibers
Syn Org Fibers,Except Cellules
Medicinal Chem/Botanical Produ
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Diagnostic Substances
Biologcal Prod, Except Diagnos
Soap/Deterg Exc Special Cleanr
Specialty Cleaning, Polishing
Surf Active Agent, Fin Agents
Perfumes,Cosmetics,Toilet Prep
Type of
Grouping
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
433
415
415
415
415
414
428
414
414
439
439
439
439
417
414
417
414
Point Source Category
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Metal Finishing
Inorganic chemicals
Inorganic chemicals
Inorganic chemicals
Inorganic chemicals
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Rubber Manufacturing
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
Soaps and detergents manufacturing
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Soaps and detergents manufacturing
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2851
2861
2865
2869
2873
2874
2875
2879
2891
2892
2893
2895
2899
2911
2951
2952
2992
2999
3011
3021
3052
3053
3061
3069
3081
SIC Description
Paints/Varnish/Lacquers/Enamel
Gum And Wood Chemicals
Cyclic Grades Interm., Dyes
Indust. Organic Chemicals NEC
Nitrogen Fertilizers
Phosphatic Fertilizers
Fertilizers, Mixing Only
Pesticides & Agricultural Chem
Adhesives And Sealants
Explosives
Printing Ink
Carbon Black
Chemicals & Chem Prep, NEC
Petroleum Refining
Paving Mixtures And Blocks
Asphalt Felt And Coatings
Lubricating Oils And Greases
Prod Of Petroleum & Coal, NEC
Tires And Inner Tubes
Rubber And Plastics Footwear
Rubber & Plastics Hose & Belt
Gaskets, Packing & Sealing Dev
Mechanical Rubber Goods
Fabricated Rubber Products,NEC
Unsupported Plstics Film/Sheet
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
446
454
414
414
418
422
418
455
414
457
447
458
414
419
443
443
419
419
428
428
428
428
428
428
463
Point Source Category
Paint formulating
Gum and wood chemicals
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Fertilizer manufacturing
Phosphate manufacturing
Fertilizer manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Explosives
Ink formulating
Carbon black manufacturing
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Petroleum refining
Paving and roofing materials (tars and asphalt)
Paving and roofing materials (tars and asphalt)
Petroleum refining
Petroleum refining
Rubber Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Plastic molding and forming

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3082
3083
3084
3085
3086
3087
3088
3089
3111
3131
3142
3143
3144
3149
3151
3161
3171
3172
3199
3211
3221
3229
3231
3241
3251
SIC Description
Unsupported Plastics Prof Snap
Laminated Plastics Plate/Sheet
Plastic Pipe
Plastic Bottles
Plastics Foam Products
Custom Compounded Purch. Resin
Plastics Plumbing Fixtures
Plastics Products, NEC
Leather Tanning And Finishing
Boot & Shoe Cut Stock & Findng
House Slippers
Men's Footwear,Except Athletic
Women's Footwear,Except Athlet
Footwear, Except Rubber NEC
Leather Gloves And Mittens
Luggage
Women's Handbags And Purses
Personal Leather Goods,Exc Han
Leather Goods NEC
Flat Glass
Glass Containers
Pressed & Blown Glass & Gware
Glass Prod Made Of Purch. Glas
Cement, Hydraulic
Brick And Structural Clay Tile
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
463
463
463
463
463
463
463
463
425
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
426
426
426
426
411
436
Point Source Category
Plastic molding and forming
Plastic molding and forming
Plastic molding and forming
Plastic molding and forming
Plastic molding and forming
Plastic molding and forming
Plastic molding and forming
Plastic molding and forming
Leather tanning and finishing
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Glass manufacturing
Glass manufacturing
Glass manufacturing
Glass manufacturing
Cement manufacturing
Mineral Mining and Processing

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3253
3255
3259
3261
3262
3263
3264
3269
3271
3272
3273
3274
3275
3281
3291
3292
3295
3296
3297
3299
3312
3313
3315
3316
3317
SIC Description
Ceramic Wall And Floor Tile
Clay Refractories
Structural Clay Products NEC
Vitreous China Plumbing Fixtur
Vit China Table & Ktchn Articl
Fine Earthenware
Porcelain Electrical Supplies
Pottery Products, NEC
Concrete Block & Brick
Concrete Prod Exc Blck & Brick
Ready-Mixed Concrete
Lime
Gypsum Products
Cut Stone & Stone Products
Abrasive Products
Asbestos Products
Mine & Earths, Ground Or Treat
Mineral Wool
Nonclay Refractories
Nonmetallic Mineral Prod, NEC
Blast Furn/Steel Works/Rolling
Electrometallurgical Products
Steel Wire Draw & Steel Nails
Cold Rolled Steel Sheet/Strip
Steel Pipe And Tubes
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
32
411
411
436
436
32
436
427
436
426
436
436
420
424
420
420
420
Point Source Category
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
Cement manufacturing
Cement manufacturing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
Mineral Mining and Processing
Asbestos manufacturing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Glass manufacturing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Mineral Mining and Processing
Iron and steel manufacturing
Ferroalloy manufacturing
Iron and steel manufacturing
Iron and steel manufacturing
Iron and steel manufacturing

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3321
3322
3324
3325
3331
3334
3339
3341
3351
3353
3354
3355
3356
3357
3357
3357
3363
3363
3364
3365
3366
3369
3398
3399
3411
SIC Description
Gray Iron Foundries
Malleable Iron Foundries
Steel Investment Foundries
Steel Foundries, NEC
Primry Smelting & Copper Refin
Primary Production Of Aluminum
Prmry Smelt/Nonferrous Metals
2ndary Smelt/Nonferrous Metals
Roll/Draw/Extruding Of Copper
Aluminum Sheet, Plate And Foil
Aluminum Extruded Products
Aluminum Rolling & Drawing NEC
Roll, Draw & Extrud Nonferrous
Draw/Insulat Of Nonferrous Wir
Draw/Insulat Of Nonferrous Wir
Draw/Insulat Of Nonferrous Wir
Aluminum Die Casting
Aluminum Die Casting
Nonferrous Die Cast, Exc. Alum
Aluminum Foundries
Copper Foundries
Nonferrous Foundries, Exc Alum
Metal Heat Treating
Primary Metal Products, NEC
Metal Cans
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
464
464
464
464
421
421
421
421
468
467
467
467
471
467
468
471
467
471
464
464
464
464
433
471
465
Point Source Category
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
Copper forming
Aluminum forming
Aluminum forming
Aluminum forming
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
Aluminum forming
Copper forming
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
Aluminum forming
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
Metal Finishing
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
Coil coating

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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3412
3421
3423
3425
3429
3431
3431
3432
3433
3441
3442
3443
3444
3446
3448
3449
3451
3452
3462
3463
3463
3463
3465
3466
3469
SIC Description
Metal Barrels, Drums And Pails
Cutlery
Hand And Edge Tools, NEC
Hand Saws And Saw Blades
Hardware, NEC
Metal Sanitary Ware
Metal Sanitary Ware
Plumb Fixture Fittings & Trim
Heating Equip, Except Electric
Fabricated Structural Metal
Metal Doors, Sash, And Trim
Fab Plate Work (Boiler Shops)
Sheet Metal Work
Architectural Metal Work
Prefabricated Metal Buildings
Misc. Structual Metal Work
Screw Machine Products
Bolts, Nuts, Rivets & Washers
Iron And Steel Forgings
Nonferrous Forgings
Nonferrous Forgings
Nonferrous Forgings
Automotive Stampings
Crowns And Closures
Metal Stampings, NEC
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
466
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
467
468
471
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Porcelain Enameling
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Aluminum forming
Copper forming
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
>

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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3469
3471
3479
3479
3482
3482
3483
3483
3484
3489
3491
3492
3493
3494
3495
3496
3497
3498
3499
3511
3519
3523
3524
3531
3532
SIC Description
Metal Stampings, NEC
Plating And Polishing
Metal Coating & Allied Servic
Metal Coating & Allied Servic
Small Arms Ammunition
Small Arms Ammunition
Ammunit., Exc. For Small Arms
Ammunit, Exc. For Small Arms
Small Arms
Ordnance And Accessories, NEC
Industrial Valves
Fluid Power Valves & Hose Fitt
Steel Springs, Except Wire
Valves And Pipe Fittings, NEC
Wire Springs
Misc. Fabricated Wire Products
Metal Foil And Leaf
Fabricated Pipe And Fittings
Fabricated Metal Products NEC
Turbines & Turbine Generator
Internal Combustion Engines,
Farm Machinery And Equipment
Lawn And Garden Equipment
Construction Machinery
Mining Machinery
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
466
413
433
466
433
471
433
471
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Porcelain Enameling
Electroplating
Metal Finishing
Porcelain Enameling
Metal Finishing
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
Metal Finishing
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
oo

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3533
3534
3535
3536
3537
3541
3542
3543
3544
3545
3546
3547
3548
3549
3552
3553
3554
3555
3556
3559
3561
3562
3563
3564
3565
SIC Description
Oil Field Machinery
Elevators And Moving Stairways
Conveyors & Conveying Equipmen
Cranes/Hoists/Monorail Systems
Industrial Trucks And Tractors
Machine Tools, Metal Cutting
Machine Tools, Metal Forming
Industrial Patterns
Special Dies/Tools/Jigs & Fixt
Machine Tool Accessories
Power Driven Hand Tools
Rolling Mill Machinery
Welding Apparatus
Metalworking Machinery, NEC
Textile Machinery
Woodworking Machinery
Paper Industries Machinery
Printing Trades Machinery
Food Products Machinery
Special Industry Machinery ,NEC
Pumps And Pumping Equipment
Ball And Roller Bearings
Air And Gas Compressors
Blower And Fans
Packaging Machinery
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing

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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3566
3567
3568
3569
3571
3572
3575
3577
3578
3579
3581
3582
3585
3586
3589
3592
3593
3594
3596
3599
3612
3613
3621
3624
3625
SIC Description
Speed Changers, Drives & Gears
Industrial Furnaces And Ovens
Power Transmission Equipment
General Industrial Machinery
Electronic Computers
Computer Storage Devices
Computer Terminals
Computer Peripheral Equip,NEC
Calc & Accounting Equipment
Office Machines
Automatic Merchandising Machin
Commercial Laundry Equipment
Refrigeration & Heating Equip
Measuring & Dispensing Pumps
Service Industry Machinery
Carburetors,Pistons,Rings,Valv
Fluid Power Cylinders & Actual
Fluid Power Pumps And Motors
Scales And Balances, Exc. Lab
Industrial Machinery, NEC
Transformers
Switchgear & Switchboard Appar
Motors And Generators
Carbon And Graphite Products
Relays And Industrial Controls
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
to
o

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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3629
3631
3631
3632
3632
3633
3633
3634
3635
3639
3639
3641
3643
3644
3645
3646
3647
3648
3651
3652
3661
3663
3669
3671
3672
SIC Description
Electrical Industrial Apparats
Household Cooking Equipment
Household Cooking Equipment
Household Refrig. & Freezers
Household Refrig. & Freezers
Household Laundry Equipment
Household Laundry Equipment
Electric Housewares And Fans
Household Vacuum Cleaners
Household Appliances, NEC
Household Appliances, NEC
Electric Lamps
Current-Carrying Wiring Device
Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring Dev
Residential Lighting Fixtures
Commercial Lighting Fixtures
Vehicular Lighting Equipment
Lighting Equipment, NEC
Radio And TV Receiving Sets
Phonograph Records
Telephone/Telegraph Apparatus
Radio & TV Communication Equip
Communications Equipment, NEC.
Electron Tubes
Printed Circut Board
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
433
433
466
433
466
433
466
433
433
433
466
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
469
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Porcelain Enameling
Metal Finishing
Porcelain Enameling
Metal Finishing
Porcelain Enameling
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Porcelain Enameling
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Electrical and electronic components
Metal Finishing
>

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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3674
3675
3676
3677
3678
3679
3691
3692
3694
3695
3699
3711
3713
3714
3715
3716
3721
3724
3728
3731
3732
3743
3751
3761
3764
SIC Description
Semiconductors & Related Devic
Electronic Capacitors
Resistors For Elec Application
Elec Coils, Transf. & Inductor
ConNECtors For Elec Applicatio
Electronic Components, NEC
Storage Batteries
Primary Batteries, Dry & Wet
Elec Equip For Int Combus Engi
Mag & Optical Recording Media
Elec Machinery ,Equip & Supplie
Motor Vehicles & Car Bodies
Truck & Bus Bodies
Motor Vehicle Parts & Accessor
Truck Trailers
Motor Homes
Aircraft
Aircraft Engines & Engine Part
Aircraft Parts And Equip, NEC
Ship Building And Repairing
Boat Building And Repairing
Railroad Equipment
Motorcycles, Bicycles And Part
Guided Missiles & Space Vehicl
Space Propulsion Units & Parts
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
469
433
433
433
433
433
461
461
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Electrical and electronic components
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Battery manufacturing
Battery manufacturing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
to
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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3769
3792
3795
3799
3812
3821
3822
3823
3824
3825
3826
3827
3829
3841
3842
3843
3844
3845
3851
3861
3873
3911
3914
3915
3931
SIC Description
Space Vehicle Equipment, NEC
Travel Trailers And Campers
Tanks And Tank Components
Transportation Equipment, NEC
Search & Navigation Equipment
Lab Apparatus & Furniture
Environmental Controls
Process Control Instruments
Fluid Meters & Counting Device
Instruments To Measure Electri
Analytical Instruments
Optical Instruments And Lenses
Measuring & Controlling Device
Surgical & Medical Instruments
Surgical Appliances & Supplies
Dental Equipment And Supplies
X-Ray Apparatus And Tubes
Electromedical Equipment
Ophthalmic Goods
Photographic Equip & Supplies
Watches, Clocks & Watchcases
Jewelry, Precious Metal
Silverware And Plated Ware
Jewelers' Materials & Lapidary
Musical Instruments
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
3942
3944
3949
3951
3952
3953
3955
3961
3965
3991
3993
3995
3996
3999
4011
4013
4111
4119
4121
4131
4141
4142
4151
4173
4212
SIC Description
Dolls
Games, Toys & Children's Vehic
Sporting & Athletic Goods, NEC
Pens & Mechanical Pencils
Lead Pencils And Art Goods
Marking Devices
Carbon Paper And Inked Ribbons
Costume Jewelry
Fasteners, Buttons, Needles
Brooms And Brushes
Signs And Advertising Displays
Burial Caskets
Hard Surface Floor Coverings
Manufacturing Industries, NEC
Railroads, Line Haul Operating
Railroad Swtching & Term Estab
Local And Suburban Transit
Local Passenger Transportation
Taxicabs
Intercity & Rural Bus Transpor
Local Bus Charter Service
Bus Charter Service, Exc Local
School Buses
Bus Terminal & Service Facilit
Local Trucking Without Storage
Type of
Grouping
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
39
433
433
433
39
433
39
433
433
39
433
433
443
433
433
433
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
42
Point Source Category
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Metal Finishing
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Paving and roofing materials (tars and asphalt)
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Trucking & Warehousing
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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
4213
4214
4215
4221
4222
4225
4226
4231
4311
4412
4424
4432
4449
4481
4482
4489
4491
4492
4493
4499
4512
4513
4522
4581
4612
SIC Description
Trucking, Except Local
Local Tracking With Storage
Courier Services, Except Air
Farm Prod Warehousing & Storag
Refrigertaed Warehousing & Sto
General Warehousing & Storage
Special Warehousing & Storage
Tracking Terminal Facilities
United States Postal Service
Deep Sea Foreign Transp Of Fre
Deep Sea Domes Transp Of Freig
Freight Transp On The Gr Lakes
Water Transp Of Freight, NEC
Deep Sea Pas Transp, Exc Ferry
Ferries
Water Passenger Transportation
Marine Cargo Handling
Towing And Tugboat Service
Marinas
Water Transportation Serivces
Air Transportation, Scheduled
Air Courier Services
Air Transp, Nonscheduled
Airports, Flying Fields & Ser
Grade Petroleum Pipelines
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PNC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
43
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
442
44
44
442
45
45
45
NA
419
Point Source Category
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
U.S. Postal Service
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Transportation by Air
Transportation by Air
Transportation by Air
Airport Deicing
Petroleum refining
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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
4613
4619
4724
4725
4729
4731
4741
4783
4785
4789
4812
4813
4822
4832
4833
4841
4899
4911
4922
4923
4924
4925
4931
4932
4939
SIC Description
Refined Petroleum Pipeline
Pipelines, NEC
Travel Agencies
Tour Operators
Passenger Transp Arrangement
Freight Transp Arrangement
Rental Of Railroad Cars
Packing And Crating
Inspection & Fixed Facilitie
Transportation Services, NEC
Radiotelephone Communications
Telephone Com, Except Radio
Telegraph & Other Communicati
Radio Broadcasting, NEC
Television Broadcasting
Cable & Other Pay TV Services
Communication Services, NEC
Electrical Services
Natural Gas Transmission
Nat Gas Transmission & Distrib
Natural Gas Distribution
Mixed,Manufac,Or Liq Gas Prod
Elec & Other Services Combined
Gas & Other Services Combined
Combination Utilities, NEC
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
46
46
47
47
47
47
442
47
47
47
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
423
49
49
49
435
423
49
423
Point Source Category
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Steam electric power generation
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Oil & Gas Extraction
Steam electric power generation
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Steam electric power generation
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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
4941
4952
4953
4953
4959
4961
4971
5012
5013
5014
5015
5021
5023
5031
5032
5033
5039
5043
5044
5045
5046
5047
5048
5049
SIC Description
Water Supply
Sewerage Systems
Refuse Systems
Refuse Systems
Sanitary Services, NEC
Steam & Air-Conditioning Sup
Irrigation Systems
Automobiles And Other Vehicles
Motor Vehicle Parts & New Sup
Tires And Tubes
Motor Vehicle Parts, Used
Furniture
Homefurnishings
Lumber,Plywood,Millwork,& Panl
Brick, Stone & Relat Materials
Roofing, Siding And Insulation
Construction Materials, NEC
Photographic Equip & Supplies
Office Equipment
Computers, Peripherals, & Soft
Commercial Equipment, NEC
Medical And Office Equipment
Ophthalmic Goods
Professional Equipment, NEC
Type of
Grouping
PNC
SIC
PSC
PSC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
NA
4952
444
445
4959
423
49
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
436
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
Point Source Category
Drinking Water Treatment
Sewerage Systems
Waste combustors (commercial incinerators combusting
hazardous waste)
Landfills
Sanitary Services
Steam electric power generation
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Mineral Mining and Processing
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
5051
5052
5063
5064
5065
5072
5074
5075
5078
5082
5083
5084
5085
5087
5088
5091
5092
5093
5094
5099
5111
5112
5113
5122
5131
SIC Description
Metal Service Centers & Office
Coal & Other Minerals & Ores
Electrical Apparatus And Equip
Elec Appliances/Tv & Radio Set
Electronic Parts And Equipment
Hardware
Plumb & Heat Equip & Supplies
Air Heat & Air-Cond. Equip/Sup
Refrigeration Equip & Supplies
Const & Mining Machine & Equip
Farm & Garden Machine & Equip
Industrial Machinery And Equip
Industrial Supplies
Service Establish Equip & Supp
Trans Equip & Supp, Exc Motor
Sporting & Recreational Goods
Toys & Hobby Goods & Supplies
Scrap & Waste Materials
Jewelry, Watches, Precious Sto
Durable Goods, NEC
Printing And Writing Paper
Stationery And Office Supplies
Indust & Personal Paper Servic
Drugs, Drug Prpprie & Sundries
Piece Goods And Notions
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
51
51
51
51
51
Point Source Category
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
to
oo

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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
5136
5137
5139
5141
5142
5143
5144
5145
5146
5147
5148
5149
5153
5154
5159
5162
5169
5171
5172
5181
5182
5191
5192
5193
5194
SIC Description
Male's Clothing & Furnishings
Women's, Child & Inf Clothing
Footwear
Groceries, General Line
Packaged Frozen Foods
Dairy Prod, Exc Dried & Canned
Poultry And Poultry Products
Confectionery
Fish And Seafoods
Meats And Meat Products
Fresh Fruits And Vegetables
Groceries & Related Products
Grain And Field Beans
Livestock
Farm-Product Raw Materials
Plastic Mater & Basic Shapes
Chemicals And Allied Products
Petroleum Bulk Stations & Term
Petrol & Pet Prod Wholesalers
Beer And Ale
Wine & Dist Alcoholic Beverage
Farm Supplies
Books, Periodicals & Newspaper
Flowers And Florists' Supplies
Tobacco And Tobacco Products
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PNC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
PNC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
51
51
51
51
51
51
NA
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
406
51
414
419
51
51
NA
51
51
51
51
Point Source Category
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Grain mills manufacturing
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
Petroleum refining
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
5198
5199
5211
5231
5251
5261
5271
5311
5331
5399
5411
5421
5431
5441
5451
5461
5499
5511
5521
5531
5541
5551
5561
5571
5599
SIC Description
Paints, Varnishes And Supplies
Nondurable Goods, NEC
Lumber & Build Material Dealer
Paint, Glass & Wallpaper Store
Hardware Stores
Ret Nurseries,Lawn/Gardn Store
Mobile Home Dealers
Department Stores
Variety Stores
Miscellaneous General Stores
Grocery Stores
Meat And Fish Markets
Fruit And Vegetable Markets
Candy, Nut & Confection Stores
Dairy Products Stores
Retail Bakeries
Miscellaneous Food Stores
Motor Veh. Dealers (New/Used)
Motor Veh. Dealers (Used Only)
Auto And Home Supply Stores
Gasoline Service Stations
Boat Dealers
Recreational Vehicle Dealers
Motorcycle Dealers
Automotive Dealers, NEC
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
51
51
52
52
52
52
52
53
53
53
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
Point Source Category
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
General Merchandise Stores
General Merchandise Stores
General Merchandise Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
5611
5621
5632
5641
5651
5661
5699
5712
5713
5714
5719
5722
5731
5734
5735
5736
5812
5813
5912
5921
5932
5941
5942
5943
5944
SIC Description
Male's Clothing & Access Store
Women's Clothing Stores
Women's Access & Spec Stores
Children's & Inf Wear Stores
Family Clothing Stores
Shoe Stores
Misc Apparel & Access Stores
Furniture Stores
Floor Covering Stores
Drape, Curtain & Uphol Stores
Misc Homefurnishings Stores
Household Appliance Stores
Radio, TV & Electronics Stores
Computer And Software Stores
Record & Prerecorded Tape Stor
Musical Instrument Stores
Eating Places
Drinking Places (Alcoholic Bev
Drug Stores & Proprietary Stor
Liquor Stores
Used Merchandise Stores
Sporting Goods/Bicycle Stores
Book Stores
Stationery Stores
Jewelery Stores
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PNC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
NA
58
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
Point Source Category
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Food Service Establishments
Eating & Drinking Places
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail

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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
5945
5946
5947
5948
5949
5961
5962
5963
5983
5984
5989
5992
5993
5994
5995
5999
6011
6019
6021
6022
6029
6035
6036
6061
6062
SIC Description
Hobby, Toy And Game Shops
Camera & Photo Supply Stores
Gift, Novelty & Souvenir Shops
Luggage & Leather Goods Stores
Sew/Needlewk/Piece Goods Store
Catalog And Mail-Order Houses
Auto Merchandis Machine Operat
Direct Selling Establishments
Fuel Oil Dealers
Liq Petrol Gas (Bot Gas) Dealr
Fuel Dealers, NEC
Florists
Tobacco Stores And Stands
News Dealers And Newsstands
Optical Goods Stores
Miscellaneous Retail Stores
Federal Reserve Banks
Central Reserve Repository
National Commercial Banks
State Commercial Banks
Commercial Banks, NEC
Federal Savings Institutions
Savings Institutions, Exc Fed
Federal Credit Unions
State Credit Unions
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
Point Source Category
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
6081
6082
6091
6099
6111
6141
6153
6159
6162
6163
6211
6221
6231
6282
6289
6311
6321
6324
6331
6351
6361
6371
6399
6411
6512
SIC Description
Foreign Bank & Branches & Agen
Foreign Trade & Internal Banks
Nondeposit Trust Facilties
Funct Related To Dep Banking
Federal & Fed-Sponsored Credit
Personal Credit Institutions
Short-Term Bus. Credit Institu
Misc Business Credit Instituti
Mortg Bankers & Loan Correspon
Loan Brokers
Sec Brokers/Dealers/Flotat. Co
Commodity Contr Brokers & Deal
Security & Commodity Exchanges
Investment Advice
Security & Commodity Services
Life Insurance
Accident And Health Insurance
Hospital & Medical Serv Plans
Fire, Marine & Casualty Insur
Surety Insurance
Title Insurance
Pension, Health & Welfare Fund
Insurance Carriers, NEC
Insur Agents, Brokers, & Servi
Oper Of Nonresidential Bldgs
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
63
63
63
63
64
65
Point Source Category
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Agents, Brokers, & Service
Real Estate

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
6513
6514
6515
6517
6519
6531
6541
6552
6553
6712
6719
6722
6726
6732
6733
6792
6794
6798
6799
7011
7021
7032
7033
7041
7211
SIC Description
Operators Of Apart Buildings
Oper Of Dwell Other Than Apart
Oper Of Res Mobile Home Sites
Lessors Of Railroad Properties
Lessors Of Real Property, NEC
Real Estate Agents & Managers
Title Abstract Offices
Land Subdividers & Dev, Ex Cem
Cemetery Subdividers & Develop
Bank Holding Companies
Holding Companies, NEC
Mgmt Invest. Offices, Open End
Investment Offices, NEC
Educat.,Relig & Charity Trusts
Trusts,Exc Educat,Relig & Char
Oil Royalty Traders
Patent Owners And Lessors
Real Estate Investment Trusts
Investors, NEC
Hotels And Motels
Rooming And Boarding Houses
Sporting & Recreational Camps
Rec Vehicle Parks & Campsites
Org. Hotel & Lodg Hse, On Memb
Power Laundries, Res & Commerc
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
70
70
70
70
70
72
Point Source Category
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Personal Services- SIC 72

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
7212
7213
7215
7216
7217
7218
7219
7221
7221
7231
7241
7251
7261
7291
7299
7311
7312
7313
7319
7322
7323
7331
7334
7335
7335
SIC Description
Garm Pressing/Laundries/Drycle
Linen Supply
Coin-Operated Laundries/Drycle
Dryclean Plants, Exc Rug Clean
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Industrial Launderers
Laundry & Garment Services,NEC
Photographic Studios, Potrait
Photographic Studios, Potrait
Beauty Shops
Barber Shops
Shoe Rep Shops & Shoeshine Par
Funeral Services & Crematories
Tax And Preparation Services
Miscellaneous Personal Service
Advertising Agencies
Outdoor Advertising Agencies
Radio, TV & Publishers Ad Reps
Advertising, NEC
Adjustment & Collect Services
Credit Reporting Services
Direct Mail Advertis Services
Photocopying/Duplicating Serv
Commercial Photography
Commercial Photography
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PNC
SIC
PNC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PNC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
72
72
72
72
72
NA
72
NA
459
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
NA
459
Point Source Category
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Industrial Laundries
Personal Services- SIC 72
Photo Processing
Photographic
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Photo Processing
Photographic

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
7336
7336
7338
7342
7349
7352
7353
7359
7361
7363
7371
7372
7373
7374
7375
7376
7377
7378
7379
7381
7382
7383
7384
7384
7389
SIC Description
Comm Art & Graphic Design
Comm Art & Graphic Design
Secretarial & Court Reporting
Disinfecting & Exterminat Serv
Building Maintnenance Service
Medical Equipment Rental
Heavy Constructon Equip Rental
Equipment Rental And Leasing,
Employment Agencies
Help Supply Services
Custom Computer Prog Services
Prepackaged Software
Computer Integrated Sys Design
Data Processing & Preparation
Information Retrieval Services
Computer Facilities Management
Computer Rental And Leasing
Computer Maintenance & Repair
Computer Related Services, NEC
Detective & Armored Car Servic
Security Systems Services
News Syndicates
Photofinishing Laboratories
Photofinishing Laboratories
Business Services, NEC
Type of
Grouping
PNC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PNC
PSC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
NA
459
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
NA
459
73
Point Source Category
Photo Processing
Photographic
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Photo Processing
Photographic
Business Services

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
7513
7514
7515
7519
7521
7532
7533
7534
7536
7537
7538
7539
7542
7549
7622
7623
7629
7631
7641
7692
7694
7699
7812
7819
7822
SIC Description
Truck Rent & Lease, No Drivers
Passenger Car Rental
Passenger Car Leasing
Utility Trailer & Rv Rental
Automobile Parking
Top & Body Repair & Paint Shop
Auto Exhaust System Rep Shops
Tire Retreading & Repair Shops
Auto Glass Replacement Shops
Auto Transmission Repair Shops
General Auto Repair Shops
Automotive Repair Shops, NEC
Car Washes
Auto Serv, Exc Rep & Carwashes
Radio & Television Repair Shop
Refrig & Ac Serv & Rep Shops
Elec & Electronic Repair Shops
Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repair
Reupholstery & Furniture Rep
Welding Repair
Armature Rewinding Shops
Repair Shops & Related Service
Motion Picture & Video Prod
Serv. Allied To Motion Picture
Motion Picture & Tape Distrib
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
SIC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
76
76
76
76
76
433
76
442
78
78
78
Point Source Category
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Metal Finishing
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures

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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
7829
7832
7833
7841
7911
7922
7929
7933
7941
7948
7991
7992
7993
7996
7997
7999
8011
8021
8031
8041
8042
8043
8049
8051
8052
SIC Description
Serv Allied To Motion Pic Dist
Motion Pic Thea., Ex Drive-In
Drive-In Motion Pic Theatres
Video Tape Rental
Dance Studios, Schools & Halls
Thea. Prod (Exc Motion Picture
Bands, Orch, Actors & Entertai
Bowling Centers
Prof Sports Clubs & Promoters
Racing, Including Track Opera
Physical Fitness Facilities
Public Golf Courses
Coin Operated Amusement Devi
Amusement Parks
Membership Sports & Rec Clubs
Amusement And Recreation, NEC
Offices & Clinics Of Med Doct
Outpatient Care Facilities
Offices/dines Of Doc Of Osteo
Offices & Clinics Of Chiroprac
Offices & Clinics Of Optometri
Offices & Clinics Of Podiatris
Offices Of Health Practitioner
Skilled Nursing Care Facilitie
Intermediate Care Facilities
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
78
78
78
78
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
Point Source Category
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
oo

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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
8059
8062
8063
8069
8071
8072
8082
8092
8093
8099
8111
8211
8221
8222
8231
8243
8244
8249
8299
8322
8331
8351
8361
8399
8412
SIC Description
Nursing And Personal Care, NEC
Gen. Medical/Surgical Hospital
Psychiatric Hospitals
Specialty Hospitals
Medical Laboratories
Dental Laboratories
Home Health Care Services
Kidney Dialysis Centers
Speciality Outpatient Clinics
Health & Allied Services, NEC
Legal Services
Elementary & Secondary Schools
Colleges, Univ & Prof Schools
Junior Colleges & Tech Institu
Libraries
Data Processing Schools
Business & Secretarial Schools
Vocational Schools, NEC
Schools & Educational Services
Individual And Family Services
Job Training & Voc Rehab Servi
Child Day Care Services
Residential Care
Social Services, NEC
Museums And Art Galleries
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
81
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
83
83
83
83
83
84
Point Source Category
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Health Services Industries
Legal Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
VO

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                             Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
8422
8611
8621
8631
8641
8651
8661
8699
8711
8712
8713
8721
8731
8732
8733
8734
8741
8742
8743
8744
8748
8811
8999
9111
9121
SIC Description
Botanical & Zoological Gardens
Business Associations
Professional Membership Organ
Labor Unions & Labor Organiza
Civic, Social & Fraternal Ass.
Political Organizations
Religious Organizations
Membership Organizations, NEC
Engineering Services
Architectural Services
Surveying Services
Ace., Auditing & Bookkeeping
Commercial Physical Research
Commercial Nonphysical Resear
Noncommercial Research Organi
Commercial Testing Laboratory
Management Services
Management Consulting Service
Public Relations Services
Facilities Support Services
Business Consulting, NEC
Private Households
Services, NEC
Executive Offices
Legislative Bodies
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
PNC
SIC
SIC
PNC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
84
86
86
86
86
86
86
86
87
87
87
87
NA
87
87
NA
87
87
87
87
87
88
89
91
91
Point Source Category
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Independent and Stand Alone Labs
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Independent and Stand Alone Labs
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Private Households
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Executive, Legislative, & General
Executive, Legislative, & General

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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
9131
9199
9211
9221
9222
9223
9224
9229
9311
9411
9431
9441
9451
9511
9512
9531
9532
9611
9621
9631
9641
9651
9661
9711
9721
SIC Description
Exec & Legis Offices Combined
General Government, NEC
Courts
Police Protection
Legal Counsel & Prosecution
Correctional Institutions
Fire Protection
Public Order And Safety, NEC
Public Finance
Administration Of Educat Prog
Admin Of Pub Health Programs
Adm Of Social/Human Resource
Adm Of Vet Affairs, Ex Hea/Ins
Air & Water Res & Sol Wste Mgt
Land, Min, Wildlife/Forest Con
Admin Of Housing Programs
Adm Of Urb Plan/Comm/Rurl Dev
Admin Of General Economic Pro
Reg & Admin Of Trans Programs
Reg & Adm Of Comms, Elec, Gas
Reg Of Agri Marketing & Commod
Reg, Lie & Insp Of Comm Sector
Space Research And Technology
National Security
International Security
Type of
Grouping
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
SIC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
91
91
92
92
92
92
92
92
93
94
94
94
94
95
95
95
95
96
96
96
96
96
96
97
97
Point Source Category
Executive, Legislative, & General
Executive, Legislative, & General
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Finance, Taxation, & Monetary Policy
Administration of Human Resources
Administration of Human Resources
Administration of Human Resources
Administration of Human Resources
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
National Security & International Affairs
National Security & International Affairs
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                                                                          Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                            Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
9999
2048GR
AIN
2048MPP
2048Ph
2611-1
2611-2
2611-3
2621-1
2621-2
2621-3
2631-1
2631-2
2631-3
2819N
2819Ph
282 IP
2823P
2824P
2834P
2842P
2844P
2865P
2869P
2874F
SIC Description
Nonclassifiable Establishments
Prep Feeds & Ingred For Anima
Prep Feeds & Ingred For Anima
Prep Feeds & Ingred For Anima
Pulp Mills- Phase I
Pulp Mills- Phase li
Pulp Mills- Phase lii
Paper Mills- Phase I
Paper Mills- Phase li
Paper Mills- Phase lii
Paperboard Mills- Phase I
Paperboard Mills- Phase li
Paperboard Mills- Phase lii
Industrial Inorganic Chemicals
Industrial Inorganic Chemicals
Piste Mat/Syn Resins/Nv Blast
Cellulosic Man-Made Fibers
Syn Org Fibers,Except Cellules
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Specialty Cleaning, Polishing
Perfumes,Cosmetics,Toilet Prep
Cyclic Crudes Interm, Dyes
Indust. Organic Chemicals NEC
Phosphatic Fertilizers
Type of
Grouping
SIC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
99
406
432
439
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
421
422
455
455
455
455
455
455
455
455
418
Point Source Category
Non classifiable Establishments
Grain mills manufacturing
Meat and Poultry Products
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Pulp, paper and paperboard
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
Phosphate manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Fertilizer manufacturing
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                                                                        Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Code
2891P
2899P
5169P
CWT
MPM
VCCA
VCCAP
SIC Description
Adhesives And Sealants
Chemicals & Chem Prep, NEC
Chemicals And Allied Products
Centralized Waste Treaters
Metal Products And Machinery
Chlorine And Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
Chlorine And Chlorinated Hydrocarbons Pesticides
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
REV
PSC
40CFR
Part or
SIC
Group
455
455
455
437
438
414.1
455
Point Source Category
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
Centralized Waste Treaters
Metal Products and Machinery
Chlorine and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (CCH)
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
NA - Not applicable.
NEC - Not elsewhere classified.
PNC - Potential new category.
PSC - Point Source Category.
REV - Potential effluent limitations guidelines revision.
SIC - SIC code-based grouping.

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
0101
0111
0112
0115
0116
0119
0131
0132
0133
0134
0139
0161
0171
0172
0173
0174
0175
0179
0181
0182
0191
0271
0279
0291
0711
0721
SIC Description
Cocoa
Wheat
Rice
Corn
Soybeans
Cash Grains, NEC
Cotton
Tobacco
Sugarcane And Sugar Beets
Irish Potatoes
Crops, Except Cash Grains, NEC
Vegetables And Melons
Berry Crops
Grapes
Tree Nuts
Citrus Fruits
Deciduous Tree Fruits
Fruits And Tree Nuts, NEC
Ornamental Nursery Products
Food Crops Grown Under Cover
General Farms, Primarily Crop
Fur-Bearing Animals & Rabbits
Animal Specialties, NEC
Farms, Primarily Livestock
Soil Preparation Services
Crop Planting & Protection
Major SIC
Group
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
7
7
SIC Group Description
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Livestock
Agricultural Production - Livestock
Agricultural Production - Livestock
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
0722
0723
0724
0751
0752
0761
0762
0781
0782
0783
0811
0831
0851
0912
0913
0919
0971
1241
1321
1521
1522
1531
1541
1542
1611
1622
SIC Description
Harvesting, Primarily Machine
Crop Prep Services For Market
Cotton Ginning
Livestock Services, Except Vet
Animal Special Serv Except Vet
Farm Labor Contract & Crew
Farm Management Services
Landscape Counseling And Plan
Lawn And Garden Services
Ornamental Shrub And Tree Serv
Timber Tracts
Forest Products
Forestry Services
Finfish
Shellfish
Miscellaneous Marine Products
Hunt & Trap & Game Propogation
Coal Mining Service
Natural Gas Liquids
Contractors-Single Family Hous
Gen Contract-Res, Not Sinfa
Operative Builders
Gen Contract-Indust. Bldgs.
Gen Contract, Non-Res Bldgs.
Hwy & St Const., Exc. Elev Hwy
Bridge, Tunnel & Elev Hwy Cons
Major SIC
Group
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
12
13
15
15
15
15
15
16
16
SIC Group Description
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Forestry
Forestry
Forestry
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Coal Mining - SIC 12
Natural Gas Liquids
General Building Contractors
General Building Contractors
General Building Contractors
General Building Contractors
General Building Contractors
Heavy Construction, Except Building
Heavy Construction, Except Building

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Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
1623
1711
1721
1731
1741
1742
1743
1751
1752
1761
1771
1781
1791
1793
1794
1795
1796
1799
2048
2311
2321
2323
2325
2326
2329
2331
SIC Description
H2o, Sew, Pipe & Com. & Powr
Plumb, Heat & Air Conditioning
Painting And Paper Hanging
Electrical Work
Masonry, Stone Set, Stone Work
Plstr, Drywall, Acous, & Insul
Terrazzo,Tile,Marble, Mosaic
Carpentry Work
Floor Lay & Other Floor Work
Roof, Side & Sheet Metal Work
Concrete Work
Water Well Drilling
Structural Steel Erection
Glass And Glazing Work
Excavation Work
Wrecking And Demoltion Work
Inst Or Erection Of Bldg Equip
Special Trade Contractors, NEC
Prep Feeds & Ingred For Anima
Men's & Boy's Suits, Coats
Men's, & Boy's Shirts
Men's, Youth's & Boys NECkwear
Men & Boy Sep Trousers & Slack
Men's & Boy's Work Clothing
Men's, Youth's & Boy's Clothng
Women, Mis, Jr' Blses, Waists
Major SIC
Group
16
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
20
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
SIC Group Description
Heavy Construction, Except Building
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Food & Kindred Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
2335
2337
2339
2341
2342
2353
2361
2369
2371
2381
2384
2385
2386
2387
2389
2391
2392
2393
2394
2395
2397
2411
2426
2429
2441
2448
SIC Description
Women's, Misses' & Jrs' Dress
Women, Mis', Jrs' Suits, Shirt
Women's, Miss' & Jr' Outerwear
Womens,Mis',Chld's,Inf Underwe
Brassiers,Girdles & Allied Gar
Hats, Caps And Millinery
Girls, Childs & Infs Outerwear
Girls, Childs & Infs Outerwear
Fur Goods
Dress & Wk Glove Exc Knit/Leat
Robes & Dressing Gowns
Raincoats & Raingear
Leather & Sheep-Lined Clothing
Apparel Belts
Apparel & Accessories, NEC
Curtains & Draperies
Housefurnishings, Exc Curtains
Textile Bags
Canvas & Related Products
Pleating, Decor/Novelty Stitch
Schiffli Machine Embroideries
Logging Camps/Logging Contract
Hardwood Dimen & Flooring Mill
Special Product Sawmills NEC
Nailed/Lock Corner Wood Boxes
Wood Pallets And Skids
Major SIC
Group
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
24
24
24
24
24
SIC Group Description
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products

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                                     Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
2449
2451
2452
2515
2519
2652
2673
2675
2676
2677
2678
3131
3142
3143
3144
3149
3151
3161
3171
3172
3199
3271
3281
3942
3952
3955
SIC Description
Wood Containers NEC
Mobile Homes
Prefab Wood Bldgs & Components
Mattresses And Bedsprings
Household Furniture, NEC
Set-Up Paperboard Boxes
Bags, Plastic, Lamina & Coated
Die-Cut Paper,Paperbrd/Cardbrd
Sanitary Paper Products
Envelopes
Stationery,Tablets & Rel Prod
Boot & Shoe Cut Stock & Findng
House Slippers
Men's Footwear,Except Athletic
Women's Footwear,Except Athlet
Footwear, Except Rubber NEC
Leather Gloves And Mittens
Luggage
Women's Handbags And Purses
Personal Leather Goods,Exc Han
Leather Goods NEC
Concrete Block & Brick
Cut Stone & Stone Products
Dolls
Lead Pencils And Art Goods
Carbon Paper And Inked Ribbons
Major SIC
Group
24
24
24
25
25
26
26
26
26
26
26
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
32
32
39
39
39
SIC Group Description
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Furniture & Fixtures
Furniture & Fixtures
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Misc. Manuf. Industries
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                                     Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
3991
4111
4119
4121
4131
4141
4142
4151
4173
4212
4213
4214
4215
4221
4222
4225
4226
4231
4311
4412
4424
4432
4449
4481
4482
4489
SIC Description
Brooms And Brashes
Local And Suburban Transit
Local Passenger Transportation
Taxicabs
Intercity & Rural Bus Transpor
Local Bus Charter Service
Bus Charter Service, Exc Local
School Buses
Bus Terminal & Service Facilit
Local Tracking Without Storage
Tracking, Except Local
Local Tracking With Storage
Courier Services, Except Air
Farm Prod Warehousing & Storag
Refrigertaed Warehousing & Sto
General Warehousing & Storage
Special Warehousing & Storage
Tracking Terminal Facilities
United States Postal Service
Deep Sea Foreign Transp Of Fre
Deep Sea Domes Transp Of Freig
Freight Transp On The Gr Lakes
Water Transp Of Freight, NEC
Deep Sea Pas Transp, Exc Ferry
Ferries
Water Passenger Transportation
Major SIC
Group
39
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
43
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
SIC Group Description
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Local & Interarban Passenger Transit
Local & Interarban Passenger Transit
Local & Interarban Passenger Transit
Local & Interarban Passenger Transit
Local & Interarban Passenger Transit
Local & Interarban Passenger Transit
Local & Interarban Passenger Transit
Local & Interarban Passenger Transit
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
Tracking & Warehousing
U.S. Postal Service
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
VO

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
4492
4493
4512
4513
4522
4613
4619
4724
4725
4729
4731
4783
4785
4789
4812
4813
4822
4832
4833
4841
4899
4922
4923
4924
4932
4952
SIC Description
Towing And Tugboat Service
Marinas
Air Transportation, Scheduled
Air Courier Services
Air Transp, Nonscheduled
Refined Petroleum Pipeline
Pipelines, NEC
Travel Agencies
Tour Operators
Passenger Transp Arrangement
Freight Transp Arrangement
Packing And Crating
Inspection & Fixed Facilitie
Transportation Services, NEC
Radiotelephone Communications
Telephone Com, Except Radio
Telegraph & Other Communicati
Radio Broadcasting, NEC
Television Broadcasting
Cable & Other Pay TV Services
Communication Services, NEC
Natural Gas Transmission
Nat Gas Transmission & Distrib
Natural Gas Distribution
Gas & Other Services Combined
Sewerage Systems
Major SIC
Group
44
44
45
45
45
46
46
47
47
47
47
47
47
47
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
49
49
49
49
4952
SIC Group Description
Water Transportation
Water Transportation
Transportation by Air
Transportation by Air
Transportation by Air
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Sewerage Systems

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
4959
4971
5012
5013
5014
5015
5021
5023
5031
5033
5039
5043
5044
5045
5046
5047
5048
5049
5051
5052
5063
5064
5065
5072
5074
5075
SIC Description
Sanitary Services, NEC
Irrigation Systems
Automobiles And Other Vehicles
Motor Vehicle Parts & New Sup
Tires And Tubes
Motor Vehicle Parts, Used
Furniture
Homefurnishings
Lumber,Plywood,Millwork,& Panl
Roofing, Siding And Insulation
Construction Materials, NEC
Photographic Equip & Supplies
Office Equipment
Computers, Peripherals, & Soft
Commercial Equipment, NEC
Medical And Office Equipment
Ophthalmic Goods
Professional Equipment, NEC
Metal Service Centers & Office
Coal & Other Minerals & Ores
Electrical Apparatus And Equip
Elec Appliances/Tv & Radio Set
Electronic Parts And Equipment
Hardware
Plumb & Heat Equip & Supplies
Air Heat & Air-Cond. Equip/Sup
Major SIC
Group
4959
49
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
SIC Group Description
Sanitary Services
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods

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                                                                         Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                     Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
5078
5082
5083
5084
5085
5087
5088
5091
5092
5093
5094
5099
5111
5112
5113
5122
5131
5136
5137
5139
5141
5142
5143
5145
5146
5147
SIC Description
Refrigeration Equip & Supplies
Const & Mining Machine & Equip
Farm & Garden Machine & Equip
Industrial Machinery And Equip
Industrial Supplies
Service Establish Equip & Supp
Trans Equip & Supp, Exc Motor
Sporting & Recreational Goods
Toys & Hobby Goods & Supplies
Scrap & Waste Materials
Jewelry, Watches, Precious Sto
Durable Goods, NEC
Printing And Writing Paper
Stationery And Office Supplies
Indust & Personal Paper Servic
Drugs, Drug Prpprie & Sundries
Piece Goods And Notions
Male's Clothing & Furnishings
Women's, Child & Inf Clothing
Footwear
Groceries, General Line
Packaged Frozen Foods
Dairy Prod, Exc Dried & Canned
Confectionery
Fish And Seafoods
Meats And Meat Products
Major SIC
Group
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
SIC Group Description
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
to

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Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
5148
5149
5153
5154
5162
5172
5181
5191
5192
5193
5194
5198
5199
5211
5231
5251
5261
5271
5311
5331
5399
5411
5421
5431
5441
5451
SIC Description
Fresh Fruits And Vegetables
Groceries & Related Products
Grain And Field Beans
Livestock
Plastic Mater & Basic Shapes
Petrol & Pet Prod Wholesalers
Beer And Ale
Farm Supplies
Books, Periodicals & Newspaper
Flowers And Florists' Supplies
Tobacco And Tobacco Products
Paints, Varnishes And Supplies
Nondurable Goods, NEC
Lumber & Build Material Dealer
Paint, Glass & Wallpaper Store
Hardware Stores
Ret Nurseries,Lawn/Gardn Store
Mobile Home Dealers
Department Stores
Variety Stores
Miscellaneous General Stores
Grocery Stores
Meat And Fish Markets
Fruit And Vegetable Markets
Candy, Nut & Confection Stores
Dairy Products Stores
Major SIC
Group
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
52
52
52
52
52
53
53
53
54
54
54
54
54
SIC Group Description
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
General Merchandise Stores
General Merchandise Stores
General Merchandise Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
5461
5499
5511
5521
5531
5541
5551
5561
5571
5599
5611
5621
5632
5641
5651
5661
5699
5712
5713
5714
5719
5722
5731
5734
5735
5736
SIC Description
Retail Bakeries
Miscellaneous Food Stores
Motor Veh. Dealers (New/Used)
Motor Veh. Dealers (Used Only)
Auto And Home Supply Stores
Gasoline Service Stations
Boat Dealers
Recreational Vehicle Dealers
Motorcycle Dealers
Automotive Dealers, NEC
Male's Clothing & Access Store
Women's Clothing Stores
Women's Access & Spec Stores
Children's & Inf Wear Stores
Family Clothing Stores
Shoe Stores
Misc Apparel & Access Stores
Furniture Stores
Floor Covering Stores
Drape, Curtain & Uphol Stores
Misc Homefurnishings Stores
Household Appliance Stores
Radio, TV & Electronics Stores
Computer And Software Stores
Record & Prerecorded Tape Stor
Musical Instrument Stores
Major SIC
Group
54
54
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
SIC Group Description
Food Stores
Food Stores
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Apparel & Accessory Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
5813
5912
5921
5932
5941
5942
5943
5944
5945
5946
5947
5948
5949
5961
5962
5963
5983
5984
5989
5992
5993
5994
5995
5999
6011
6019
SIC Description
Drinking Places (Alcoholic Bev
Drag Stores & Proprietary Stor
Liquor Stores
Used Merchandise Stores
Sporting Goods/Bicycle Stores
Book Stores
Stationery Stores
Jewelery Stores
Hobby, Toy And Game Shops
Camera & Photo Supply Stores
Gift, Novelty & Souvenir Shops
Luggage & Leather Goods Stores
Sew/Needlewk/Piece Goods Store
Catalog And Mail-Order Houses
Auto Merchandis Machine Operat
Direct Selling Establishments
Fuel Oil Dealers
Liq Petrol Gas (Bot Gas) Dealr
Fuel Dealers, NEC
Florists
Tobacco Stores And Stands
News Dealers And Newsstands
Optical Goods Stores
Miscellaneous Retail Stores
Federal Reserve Banks
Central Reserve Repository
Major SIC
Group
58
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
60
60
SIC Group Description
Eating & Drinking Places
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Miscellaneous Retail
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
6021
6022
6029
6035
6036
6061
6062
6081
6082
6091
6099
6111
6141
6153
6159
6162
6163
6211
6221
6231
6282
6289
6311
6321
6324
6331
SIC Description
National Commercial Banks
State Commercial Banks
Commercial Banks, NEC
Federal Savings Institutions
Savings Institutions, Exc Fed
Federal Credit Unions
State Credit Unions
Foreign Bank & Branches & Agen
Foreign Trade & Internal Banks
Nondeposit Trust Facilties
Funct Related To Dep Banking
Federal & Fed-Sponsored Credit
Personal Credit Institutions
Short-Term Bus. Credit Institu
Misc Business Credit Instituti
Mortg Bankers & Loan Correspon
Loan Brokers
Sec Brokers/Dealers/Flotat. Co
Commodity Contr Brokers & Deal
Security & Commodity Exchanges
Investment Advice
Security & Commodity Services
Life Insurance
Accident And Health Insurance
Hospital & Medical Serv Plans
Fire, Marine & Casualty Insur
Major SIC
Group
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
SIC Group Description
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers

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                                    Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
6351
6361
6371
6399
6411
6512
6513
6514
6515
6517
6519
6531
6541
6552
6553
6712
6719
6722
6726
6732
6733
6792
6794
6798
6799
7011
SIC Description
Surety Insurance
Title Insurance
Pension, Health & Welfare Fund
Insurance Carriers, NEC
Insur Agents, Brokers, & Servi
Oper Of Nonresidential Bldgs
Operators Of Apart Buildings
Oper Of Dwell Other Than Apart
Oper Of Res Mobile Home Sites
Lessors Of Railroad Properties
Lessors Of Real Property, NEC
Real Estate Agents & Managers
Title Abstract Offices
Land Subdividers & Dev, Ex Cem
Cemetery Subdividers & Develop
Bank Holding Companies
Holding Companies, NEC
Mgmt Invest. Offices, Open End
Investment Offices, NEC
Educat.,Relig & Charity Trusts
Trusts,Exc Educat,Relig & Char
Oil Royalty Traders
Patent Owners And Lessors
Real Estate Investment Trusts
Investors, NEC
Hotels And Motels
Major SIC
Group
63
63
63
63
64
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
67
70
SIC Group Description
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Agents, Brokers, & Service
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Hotels & Other Lodging Places

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                                     Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
7021
7032
7033
7041
7211
7212
7213
7215
7216
7217
7219
7231
7241
7251
7261
7291
7299
7311
7312
7313
7319
7322
7323
7331
7334
7338
SIC Description
Rooming And Boarding Houses
Sporting & Recreational Camps
Rec Vehicle Parks & Campsites
Org. Hotel & Lodg Hse, On Memb
Power Laundries, Res & Commerc
Garm Pressing/Laundries/Drycle
Linen Supply
Coin-Operated Laundries/Drycle
Dryclean Plants, Exc Rug Clean
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Laundry & Garment Services,NEC
Beauty Shops
Barber Shops
Shoe Rep Shops & Shoeshine Par
Funeral Services & Crematories
Tax And Preparation Services
Miscellaneous Personal Service
Advertising Agencies
Outdoor Advertising Agencies
Radio, TV & Publishers Ad Reps
Advertising, NEC
Adjustment & Collect Services
Credit Reporting Services
Direct Mail Advertis Services
Photocopying/Duplicating Serv
Secretarial & Court Reporting
Major SIC
Group
70
70
70
70
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
SIC Group Description
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Personal Services- SIC 72
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
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                                     Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
7342
7349
7352
7353
7359
7361
7363
7371
7372
7373
7374
7375
7376
7377
7378
7379
7381
7382
7383
7389
7513
7514
7515
7519
7521
7532
SIC Description
Disinfecting & Exterminat Serv
Building Maintnenance Service
Medical Equipment Rental
Heavy Constructon Equip Rental
Equipment Rental And Leasing,
Employment Agencies
Help Supply Services
Custom Computer Prog Services
Prepackaged Software
Computer Integrated Sys Design
Data Processing & Preparation
Information Retrieval Services
Computer Facilities Management
Computer Rental And Leasing
Computer Maintenance & Repair
Computer Related Services, NEC
Detective & Armored Car Servic
Security Systems Services
News Syndicates
Business Services, NEC
Truck Rent & Lease, No Drivers
Passenger Car Rental
Passenger Car Leasing
Utility Trailer & Rv Rental
Automobile Parking
Top & Body Repair & Paint Shop
Major SIC
Group
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
75
75
75
75
75
75
SIC Group Description
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
VO

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Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
7533
7534
7536
7537
7538
7539
7542
7549
7622
7623
7629
7631
7641
7694
7812
7819
7822
7829
7832
7833
7841
7911
7922
7929
7933
7941
SIC Description
Auto Exhaust System Rep Shops
Tire Retreading & Repair Shops
Auto Glass Replacement Shops
Auto Transmission Repair Shops
General Auto Repair Shops
Automotive Repair Shops, NEC
Car Washes
Auto Serv, Exc Rep & Carwashes
Radio & Television Repair Shop
Refrig & Ac Serv & Rep Shops
Elec & Electronic Repair Shops
Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repair
Reupholstery & Furniture Rep
Armature Rewinding Shops
Motion Picture & Video Prod
Serv. Allied To Motion Picture
Motion Picture & Tape Distrib
Serv Allied To Motion Pic Dist
Motion Pic Thea., Ex Drive-In
Drive-In Motion Pic Theatres
Video Tape Rental
Dance Studios, Schools & Halls
Thea. Prod (Exc Motion Picture
Bands, Orch, Actors & Entertai
Bowling Centers
Prof Sports Clubs & Promoters
Major SIC
Group
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
76
76
76
76
76
76
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
79
79
79
79
79
SIC Group Description
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Motion Pictures
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services

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                                     Table A-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
7948
7991
7992
7993
7996
7997
7999
8111
8211
8221
8222
8231
8243
8244
8249
8299
8322
8331
8351
8361
8399
8412
8422
8611
8621
8631
SIC Description
Racing, Including Track Opera
Physical Fitness Facilities
Public Golf Courses
Coin Operated Amusement Devi
Amusement Parks
Membership Sports & Rec Clubs
Amusement And Recreation, NEC
Legal Services
Elementary & Secondary Schools
Colleges, Univ & Prof Schools
Junior Colleges & Tech Institu
Libraries
Data Processing Schools
Business & Secretarial Schools
Vocational Schools, NEC
Schools & Educational Services
Individual And Family Services
Job Training & Voc Rehab Servi
Child Day Care Services
Residential Care
Social Services, NEC
Museums And Art Galleries
Botanical & Zoological Gardens
Business Associations
Professional Membership Organ
Labor Unions & Labor Organiza
Major SIC
Group
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
81
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
83
83
83
83
83
84
84
86
86
86
SIC Group Description
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Legal Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
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                                     Table A-2.  SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
8641
8651
8661
8699
8711
8712
8713
8721
8732
8733
8741
8742
8743
8744
8748
8811
8999
9111
9121
9131
9199
9211
9221
9222
9223
9224
SIC Description
Civic, Social & Fraternal Ass.
Political Organizations
Religious Organizations
Membership Organizations, NEC
Engineering Services
Architectural Services
Surveying Services
Ace., Auditing & Bookkeeping
Commercial Nonphysical Resear
Noncommercial Research Organi
Management Services
Management Consulting Service
Public Relations Services
Facilities Support Services
Business Consulting, NEC
Private Households
Services, NEC
Executive Offices
Legislative Bodies
Exec & Legis Offices Combined
General Government, NEC
Courts
Police Protection
Legal Counsel & Prosecution
Correctional Institutions
Fire Protection
Major SIC
Group
86
86
86
86
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
87
88
89
91
91
91
91
92
92
92
92
92
SIC Group Description
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Private Households
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Executive, Legislative, & General
Executive, Legislative, & General
Executive, Legislative, & General
Executive, Legislative, & General
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
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                                Table A-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
SIC
Code
9229
9311
9411
9431
9441
9451
9511
9512
9531
9532
9611
9621
9631
9641
9651
9661
9711
9721
9999
SIC Description
Public Order And Safety, NEC
Public Finance
Administration Of Educat Prog
Admin Of Pub Health Programs
Adm Of Social/Human Resource
Adm Of Vet Affairs, Ex Hea/Ins
Air & Water Res & Sol Wste Mgt
Land, Min, Wildlife/Forest Con
Admin Of Housing Programs
Adm Of Urb Plan/Comm/Rurl Dev
Admin Of General Economic Pro
Reg & Admin Of Trans Programs
Reg & Adm Of Comms, Elec, Gas
Reg Of Agri Marketing & Commod
Reg, Lie & Insp Of Comm Sector
Space Research And Technology
National Security
International Security
Nonclassifiable Establishments
Major SIC
Group
92
93
94
94
94
94
95
95
95
95
96
96
96
96
96
96
97
97
99
SIC Group Description
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Finance, Taxation, & Monetary Policy
Administration of Human Resources
Administration of Human Resources
Administration of Human Resources
Administration of Human Resources
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
Administration of Economic Programs
National Security & International Affairs
National Security & International Affairs
Non classifiable Establishments
NEC - Not elsewhere classified.

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
CWT
LNDFLL
MPM
VCCA
VCCAP
we
325510ELEC
326199ELEC
331221ELEC
336340ELEC
111110
111331
111339
111411
111419
111421
111422
111930
111991
111998
112112
112120
112210
112310
112320
112330
112340
NAICS Description
Centralized Waste Treatment
Landfills
Metal Products And Machinery
Vinyl Chloride and Chlor- Alkali
Vinyl Chloride and Chloryl- Alkali (Pesticides)
Waste Combustors
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Electroplating)
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing
(Electroplating)
Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing (Electroplating)
Motor Vehicle Brake System Manufacturing
(Electroplating)
Soybean Farming
Apple Orchards
Other Noncitrus Fruit Farming
Mushroom Production
Other Food Crops Grown Under Cover
Nursery and Tree Production
Floriculture Production
Sugarcane Farming
Sugar Beet Farming
All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming
Cattle Feedlots
Dairy Cattle and Milk Production
Hog and Pig Farming
Chicken Egg Production
Broilers and Other Meat Type Chicken Production
Turkey Production
Poultry Hatcheries
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
REV
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
437
445
438
414.1
455
444
413
413
413
413
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NA
412
405
412
412
432
412
412
Point Source Category
Centralized Waste Treatment
Landfills
Metal Products And Machinery
Chlorine And Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
Pesticide Chemicals
Waste Combustors
Electroplating
Electroplating
Electroplating
Electroplating
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
CAFO
Dairy products processing
CAFO
CAFO
Meat and Poultry Products
CAFO
CAFO

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
112390
112511
112512
112910
113310
114111
114112
115112
115114
115310
211111
212111
212112
212210
212221
212222
212231
212234
212291
212299
212311
212312
212313
212319
212321
212322
212324
212325
NAICS Description
Other Poultry Production
Finfish Farming and Fish Hatcheries
Shellfish Farming
Apiculture
Logging
Finfish Fishing
Shellfish Fishing
Soil Preparation, Planting, and Cultivating
Postharvest Crop Activities (except Cotton Ginning)
Support Activities for Forestry
Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction
Bituminous Coal and Lignite Surface Mining
Bituminous Coal Underground Mining
Iron Ore Mining
Gold Ore Mining
Silver Ore Mining
Lead Ore and Zinc Ore Mining
Copper Ore and Nickel Ore Mining
Uranium-Radium-Vanadium Ore Mining
All Other Metal Ore Mining
Dimension Stone Mining and Quarrying
Crushed and Broken Limestone Mining and Quarrying
Crushed and Broken Granite Mining and Quarrying
Other Crushed and Broken Stone Mining and Quarrying
Construction Sand and Gravel Mining
Industrial Sand Mining
Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining
Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
412
451
451
2
24
9
9
7
7
8
435
434
434
440
440
440
440
440
440
440
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
Point Source Category
CAFO
Concentrated Aquatic Animal Production
Concentrated Aquatic Animal Production
Agricultural Production - Livestock
Lumber & Wood Products
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Forestry
Oil & Gas Extraction
Coal Mining
Coal Mining
Ore Mining And Dressing
Ore Mining And Dressing
Ore Mining And Dressing
Ore Mining And Dressing
Ore Mining And Dressing
Ore Mining And Dressing
Ore Mining And Dressing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
212391
212392
212393
212399
213112
213113
213115
221111
221112
221113
221119
221121
221122
221310
221320
221330
236117
237210
238110
238140
238150
238190
238210
238290
238320
238350
NAICS Description
Potash, Soda, and Borate Mineral Mining
Phosphate Rock Mining
Other Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining
All Other Nonmetallic Mineral Mining
Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations
Support Activities for Coal Mining
Support Activities for Nonmetallic Minerals (except
Fuels)
Hydroelectric Power Generation
Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation
Nuclear Electric Power Generation
Other Electric Power Generation
Electric Bulk Power Transmission and Control
Electric Power Distribution
Water Supply and Irrigation Systems
Sewage Treatment Facilities
Steam and Air-Conditioning Supply
New Housing Operative Builders
Land Subdivision
Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors
Masonry Contractors
Glass and Glazing Contractors
Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior
Contractors
Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation
Contractors
Other Building Equipment Contractors
Painting and Wall Covering Contractors
Finish Carpentry Contractors
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PNC
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
436
436
436
436
435
12
436
423
423
423
423
423
423
NA
NA
423
15
65
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
Point Source Category
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Oil & Gas Extraction
Coal Mining
Mineral Mining And Processing
Steam Electric Power Generating
Steam Electric Power Generating
Steam Electric Power Generating
Steam Electric Power Generating
Steam Electric Power Generating
Steam Electric Power Generating
Drinking Water Treatment
Sewerage Systems
Steam Electric Power Generating
General Building Contractors
Real Estate
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
238390
238990
311111
311119
311119GRAIN
311119MPP
311119PH
311119P
311213
311221
311222
311223
311225
311225FER
311230
311311
311312
311313
311320
311330
311340
311411
311412
NAICS Description
Other Building Finishing Contractors
All Other Specialty Trade Contractors
Dog and Cat Food Manufacturing
Other Animal Food Manufacturing
All Other Specialty Trade Contractors (Grain mill)
Other Animal Food Manufacturing (Meat and Poultry
Products)
Other Animal Food Manufacturing (Pharmaceutical
Manufacturing)
Other Animal Food Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
Malt Manufacturing
Wet Corn Milling
Soybean Processing
Other Oilseed Processing
Fats and Oils Refining and Blending
Fats and Oils Refining and Blending (Fertilizer
Manufacturing)
Breakfast Cereal Manufacturing
Sugarcane Mills
Cane Sugar Refining
Beet Sugar Manufacturing
Chocolate and Confectionery Manufacturing from
Cacao Beans
Confectionery Manufacturing from Purchased
Chocolate
Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing
Frozen Fruit, Juice, and Vegetable Manufacturing
Frozen Specialty Food Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PNC
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PNC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
17
17
406
20
406
432
439
455
NA
406
NA
NA
NA
418
406
409
409
409
NA
NA
NA
407
NA
Point Source Category
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Grain mills
Food & Kindred Products
Grain mills
Meat and Poultry Products
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Pesticide Chemicals
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Grain mills
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Fertilizer Manufacturing
Grain mills
Sugar Processing
Sugar Processing
Sugar Processing
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages

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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
311421
311422
311423
311511
311512
311513
311514
311520
311611
311612
311613
311615
311712
311811
311812
311813
311821
311822
311823
311830
311911
311919
311920
311930
NAICS Description
Fruit and Vegetable Canning
Specialty Canning
Dried and Dehydrated Food Manufacturing
Fluid Milk Manufacturing
Creamery Butter Manufacturing
Cheese Manufacturing
Dry, Condensed, and Evaporated Dairy Product
Manufacturing
Ice Cream and Frozen Dessert Manufacturing
Animal (except Poultry) Slaughtering
Meat Processed from Carcasses
Rendering and Meat Byproduct Processing
Poultry Processing
Fresh and Frozen Seafood Processing
Retail Bakeries
Commercial Bakeries
Frozen Cakes, Pies, and Other Pastries Manufacturing
Cookie and Cracker Manufacturing
Flour Mixes and Dough Manufacturing from Purchased
Flour
Dry Pasta Manufacturing
Tortilla Manufacturing
Roasted Nuts and Peanut Butter Manufacturing
Other Snack Food Manufacturing
Coffee and Tea Manufacturing
Flavoring Syrup and Concentrate Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PNC
PNC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
407
NA
NA
405
405
405
405
405
432
432
432
432
408
54
NA
NA
NA
406
NA
NA
NA
407
NA
NA
Point Source Category
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Dairy products processing
Dairy products processing
Dairy products processing
Dairy products processing
Dairy products processing
Meat and Poultry Products
Meat and Poultry Products
Meat and Poultry Products
Meat and Poultry Products
Canned And Preserved Seafood Processing
Food Stores
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Grain mills
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
311941
311942
311991
311999
311999MPP
311999DPP
311999GRAIN
311999OCPSF
312111
312112
312113
312120
312130
312140
312210
312221
312229
313111
313112
313113
313210
313221
313230
313241
NAICS Description
Mayonnaise, Dressing, and Other Prepared Sauce
Manufacturing
Spice and Extract Manufacturing
Perishable Prepared Food Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (Meat
and Poultry Products)
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing
(Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages)
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (Grain
Mills)
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (Organic
Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers)
Soft Drink Manufacturing
Bottled Water Manufacturing
Ice Manufacturing
Breweries
Wineries
Distilleries
Tobacco Stemming and Redrying
Cigarette Manufacturing
Other Tobacco Product Manufacturing
Yarn Spinning Mills
Yarn Texturizing, Throwing, and Twisting Mills
Thread Mills
Broadwoven Fabric Mills
Narrow Fabric Mills
Nonwoven Fabric Mills
Weft Knit Fabric Mills
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
407
NA
NA
NA
432
405
406
414
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
Point Source Category
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Meat and Poultry Products
Dairy products processing
Grain mills
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Tobacco Products
Tobacco Products
Tobacco Products
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
313249
313311
313312
313320
314110
314129
314911
314992
314999
315111
315119
315191
315192
315221
315223
315231
315299
315992AP
315992
315992RUB
315999
316110
316211
NAICS Description
Other Knit Fabric and Lace Mills
Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills
Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven
Fabric) Mills
Fabric Coating Mills
Carpet and Rug Mills
Other Household Textile Product Mills
Textile Bag Mills
Tire Cord and Tire Fabric Mills
All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills
Sheer Hosiery Mills
Other Hosiery and Sock Mills
Outerwear Knitting Mills
Underwear and Nightwear Knitting Mills
Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Underwear and
Nightwear Manufacturing
Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Shirt (except Work Shirt)
Manufacturing
Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear,
and Nightwear Manufacturing
All Other Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing
Glove and Mitten Manufacturing (Apparel & Other
Textile Products)
Glove and Mitten Manufacturing
Glove and Mitten Manufacturing (Rubber
Manufacturing)
Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel
Manufacturing
Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing
Rubber and Plastics Footwear Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
410
410
410
410
410
23
23
410
410
410
410
410
410
410
23
23
428
23
410
428
410
425
428
Point Source Category
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Textile Mills
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Rubber Manufacturing
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Textile Mills
Rubber Manufacturing
Textile Mills
Leather Tanning And Finishing
Rubber Manufacturing

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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
316213
316219
321113-1
321113
321114
321211
321212
321213
321214
321219
321911
321991
321992
321999
322110-3
322110-2
322110-1
322110
322121-2
322121-1
322122-2
322121
322122-1
322122
322130-2
322130-1
322130
322211
NAICS Description
Men's Footwear (except Athletic) Manufacturing
Other Footwear Manufacturing
Sawmills (Phase I)
Sawmills
Wood Preservation
Hardwood Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing
Softwood Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing
Engineered Wood Member (except Truss)
Manufacturing
Truss Manufacturing
Reconstituted Wood Product Manufacturing
Wood Window and Door Manufacturing
Manufactured Home (Mobile Home) Manufacturing
Prefabricated Wood Building Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Wood Product Manufacturing
Pulp Mills (Phase III)
Pulp Mills (Phase II)
Pulp Mills (Phase I)
Pulp Mills
Paper (except Newsprint) Mills (Phase II)
Paper (except Newsprint) Mills (Phase I)
Newsprint Mills (Phase II)
Paper (except Newsprint) Mills
Newsprint Mills (Phase I)
Newsprint Mills
Paperboard Mills (Phase II)
Paperboard Mills (Phase I)
Paperboard Mills
Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
31
31
430
429
429
429
429
429
429
429
429
24
24
429
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
430
Point Source Category
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Timber Products Processing
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
322212
322214
322215
322221
322222
322223
322224
322225
322226
322231
322291-2
322291
322299
323110
323111
323112
323113
323115
323116
323117
323118
323119
323121
323122
324110
NAICS Description
Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing
Fiber Can, Tube, Dram, and Similar Products
Manufacturing
Nonfolding Sanitary Food Container Manufacturing
Coated and Laminated Packaging Paper Manufacturing
Coated and Laminated Paper Manufacturing
Coated Paper Bag and Pouch Manufacturing
Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bag Manufacturing
Laminated Aluminum Foil Manufacturing for Flexible
Packaging Uses
Surface-Coated Paperboard Manufacturing
Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Office Supplies
Manufacturing
Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing (Phase II)
Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing
All Other Converted Paper Product Manufacturing
Commercial Lithographic Printing
Commercial Gravure Printing
Commercial Flexographic Printing
Commercial Screen Printing
Digital Printing
Manifold Business Forms Printing
Books Printing
Blankbook, Looseleaf Binders, and Devices
Manufacturing
Other Commercial Printing
Tradebinding and Related Work
Prepress Services
Petroleum Refineries
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
430
430
430
430
430
26
430
433
26
430
430
430
430
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
433
419
Point Source Category
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Paper & Allied Products
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Metal Finishing
Paper & Allied Products
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Metal Finishing
Petroleum Refining
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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
324121
324122
324191
324199
324199OCPSF
325110
325120
325120OCPSF
325131
325132
325181
325182
325188
325188NMM
325188OCPSF
325188PHOS
325188COP
325188NMF
325188Ph
325188SD
325191
NAICS Description
Asphalt Paving Mixture and Block Manufacturing
Asphalt Shingle and Coating Materials Manufacturing
Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease Manufacturing
All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing
All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing
(Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers)
Petrochemical Manufacturing
Industrial Gas Manufacturing
Industrial Gas Manufacturing (Organic Chemicals,
Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers)
Inorganic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing
Synthetic Organic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing
Alkalies and Chlorine Manufacturing
Carbon Black Manufacturing
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing)
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers)
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Phosphate Manufacturing)
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Copper Forming)
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders)
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Phosphate Manufacturing)
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Soap And Detergent Manufacturing)
Gum and Wood Chemical Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
443
443
419
419
414
414
415
414
415
414
415
458
415
421
414
422
468
471
439
417
454
Point Source Category
Paving And Roofing Materials (Tars And Asphalt)
Paving And Roofing Materials (Tars And Asphalt)
Petroleum Refining
Petroleum Refining
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
Carbon Black Manufacturing
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Phosphate Manufacturing
Copper forming
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
Gum And Wood Chemicals Manufacturing

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
325192
325192P
325193
325199
325199P
325211
325211P
325212
325221
325222
325311
325312
325314
325320
325411
325412
325412P
325413
325414
325510
325510OCPSF
3255 10P
325510CEM
NAICS Description
Cyclic Grade and Intermediate Manufacturing
Cyclic Grade and Intermediate Manufacturing
(Pesticide Chemicals)
Ethyl Alcohol Manufacturing
All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing
All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing
(Pesticide Chemicals)
Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing
Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing
Cellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing
Noncellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing
Nitrogenous Fertilizer Manufacturing
Phosphatic Fertilizer Manufacturing
Fertilizer (Mixing Only) Manufacturing
Pesticide and Other Agricultural Chemical
Manufacturing
Medicinal and Botanical Manufacturing
Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing
Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
In- Vitro Diagnostic Substance Manufacturing
Biological Product (except Diagnostic) Manufacturing
Paint and Coating Manufacturing
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Organic Chemicals,
Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers)
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Pesticide Chemicals)
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Cement
Manufacturing)
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
414
455
414
414
455
414
455
428
414
414
418
422
418
455
439
439
455
439
439
446
414
455
411
Point Source Category
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Pesticide Chemicals
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Pesticide Chemicals
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Pesticide Chemicals
Rubber Manufacturing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Fertilizer Manufacturing
Phosphate Manufacturing
Fertilizer Manufacturing
Pesticide Chemicals
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Pesticide Chemicals
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Paint Formulating
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Pesticide Chemicals
Cement Manufacturing

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
325510INORG
325520
325611
325611OCPSF
325611P
325612
325613
325620
325910
325920
325991
325992
325998
325998INORG
325998MF
325998PH
325998P
325998NMF
NAICS Description
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Cement
Manufacturing)
Adhesive Manufacturing
Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing
Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing (Organic
Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers)
Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
Polish and Other Sanitation Good Manufacturing
Surface Active Agent Manufacturing
Toilet Preparation Manufacturing
Printing Ink Manufacturing
Explosives Manufacturing
Custom Compounding of Purchased Resins
Photographic Film, Paper, Plate, and Chemical
Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Inorganic chemicals
manufacturing)
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Metal Finishing)
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Pharmaceutical
Manufacturing)
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Pesticide Chemicals)
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Nonferrous Metals Forming
And Metal Powders)
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
415
414
417
414
455
414
417
414
447
457
463
433
414
415
433
439
455
471
Point Source Category
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Pesticide Chemicals
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Ink Formulating
Explosives Manufacturing
Plastics Molding And Forming
Metal Finishing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
Metal Finishing
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Pesticide Chemicals
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
325998BS
325998SD
325998PR
326111
326112
326113
326121
326122
326130
326140
326150
326160
326191
326192
326199
326199MF
326199MF
326199OCPSF
326199GLASS
NAICS Description
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Business Services)
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Soap And Detergent
Manufacturing)
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Petroleum Refining)
Plastics Bag and Pouch Manufacturing
Plastics Packaging Film and Sheet (including
Laminated) Manufacturing
Unlaminated Plastics Film and Sheet (except
Packaging) Manufacturing
Unlaminated Plastics Profile Shape Manufacturing
Plastics Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing
Laminated Plastics Plate, Sheet (except Packaging), and
Shape Manufacturing
Polystyrene Foam Product Manufacturing
Urethane and Other Foam Product (except Polystyrene)
Manufacturing
Plastics Bottle Manufacturing
Plastics Plumbing Fixture Manufacturing
Resilient Floor Covering Manufacturing
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (Metal
Finishing)
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (Metal
Finishing)
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (Organic
Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers)
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (Glass
Manufacturing)
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
73
417
419
26
430
463
463
463
463
463
463
463
463
443
463
433
433
414
426
Point Source Category
Business Services
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
Petroleum Refining
Paper & Allied Products
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
Plastics Molding And Forming
Plastics Molding And Forming
Plastics Molding And Forming
Plastics Molding And Forming
Plastics Molding And Forming
Plastics Molding And Forming
Plastics Molding And Forming
Plastics Molding And Forming
Paving And Roofing Materials (Tars And Asphalt)
Plastics Molding And Forming
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Glass Manufacturing

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
326211
326220
326291
326299
327111
327112
327113
327121
327122
327123
327124
327125
327211
327212
327213
327215
327310
327320
327332
327390
327410
327420
327910
327991
327992
327993
NAICS Description
Tire Manufacturing (except Retreading)
Rubber and Plastics Hoses and Belting Manufacturing
Rubber Product Manufacturing for Mechanical Use
All Other Rubber Product Manufacturing
Vitreous China Plumbing Fixture and China and
Earthenware Bathroom Accessories Manufacturing
Vitreous China, Fine Earthenware, and Other Pottery
Product Manufacturing
Porcelain Electrical Supply Manufacturing
Brick and Structural Clay Tile Manufacturing
Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile Manufacturing
Other Structural Clay Product Manufacturing
Clay Refractory Manufacturing
Nonclay Refractory Manufacturing
Flat Glass Manufacturing
Other Pressed and Blown Glass and Glassware
Manufacturing
Glass Container Manufacturing
Glass Product Manufacturing Made of Purchased Glass
Cement Manufacturing
Ready -Mix Concrete Manufacturing
Concrete Pipe Manufacturing
Other Concrete Product Manufacturing
Lime Manufacturing
Gypsum Product Manufacturing
Abrasive Product Manufacturing
Cut Stone and Stone Product Manufacturing
Ground or Treated Mineral and Earth Manufacturing
Mineral Wool Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
428
428
428
428
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
436
426
426
426
426
411
411
411
411
436
436
436
32
436
426
Point Source Category
Rubber Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Rubber Manufacturing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Glass Manufacturing
Glass Manufacturing
Glass Manufacturing
Glass Manufacturing
Cement Manufacturing
Cement Manufacturing
Cement Manufacturing
Cement Manufacturing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
Mineral Mining And Processing
Glass Manufacturing

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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
327999
331111
331111NMF
331111MF
331112
331210
331221
331221NMF
331222
331311
331312
331314
331314MMC
331314AL
331314MF
331315
331316
331319
331411
331419
331421
331422
NAICS Description
All Other Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Mineral Product
Manufacturing
Iron and Steel Mills
Iron and Steel Mills (Nonferrous Metals Forming and
Metal Powders)
Iron and Steel Mills (Metal Finishing)
Electrometallurgical Ferroalloy Product Manufacturing
Iron and Steel Pipe and Tube Manufacturing from
Purchased Steel
Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing
Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing (Nonferrous Metals
Forming and Metal Powders)
Steel Wire Drawing
Alumina Refining
Primary Aluminum Production
Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum
Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum (Metal
Molding And Casting [Foundries])
Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum
(Aluminum Forming)
Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum (Metal
Finishing)
Aluminum Sheet, Plate, and Foil Manufacturing
Aluminum Extruded Product Manufacturing
Other Aluminum Rolling and Drawing
Primary Smelting and Refining of Copper
Primary Smelting and Refining of Nonferrous Metal
(except Copper and Aluminum)
Copper Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding
Copper Wire (except Mechanical) Drawing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
436
420
471
433
424
420
420
471
420
415
421
421
464
467
433
467
467
467
421
421
468
468
Point Source Category
Mineral Mining And Processing
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Metal Finishing
Ferroalloy Manufacturing
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Aluminum forming
Metal Finishing
Aluminum forming
Aluminum forming
Aluminum forming
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Copper forming
Copper forming
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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
331423
331423NMF
331423MMC
331491
331491NMF
331491MF
331492
331492NMF
331492COP
331511
331512
331513
331521
331521
331521MMC
331522
331524
331525
331528
332111
NAICS Description
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper
(Nonferrous Metals Forming and Metal Powders)
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper
(Metal Molding And Casting [Foundries])
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding (Nonferrous Metals
Forming And Metal Powders)
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding (Metal Finishing)
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of
Nonferrous Metal (Nonferrous Metals Forming and
Metal Powders)

Iron Foundries
Steel Investment Foundries
Steel Foundries (except Investment)
Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries
Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries
Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries (Metal Molding And
Casting [Foundries])
Nonferrous (except Aluminum) Die-Casting Foundries
Aluminum Foundries (except Die-Casting)
Copper Foundries (except Die-Casting)
Other Nonferrous Foundries (except Die-Casting)
Iron and Steel Forging
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
421
471
464
471
471
433
421
471
468
464
464
464
467
421
464
464
464
464
464
433
Point Source Category
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Metal Finishing
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Copper forming
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Aluminum forming
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
332112
332112
332112
332112MF
332112IRON
332114
332115
332116
332117
332211
332212
332213
332214
332311
332312
332313
332321
332322
332323
332410
332420
332431
332439
332510
332611
332612
332618
NAICS Description
Nonferrous Forging
Nonferrous Forging
Nonferrous Forging
Nonferrous Forging (Metal Finishing)
Nonferrous Forging (Iron And Steel Manufacturing)
Custom Roll Forming
Crown and Closure Manufacturing
Metal Stamping
Powder Metallurgy Part Manufacturing
Cutlery and Flatware (except Precious) Manufacturing
Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing
Saw Blade and Handsaw Manufacturing
Kitchen Utensil, Pot, and Pan Manufacturing
Prefabricated Metal Building and Component
Manufacturing
Fabricated Structural Metal Manufacturing
Plate Work Manufacturing
Metal Window and Door Manufacturing
Sheet Metal Work Manufacturing
Ornamental and Architectural Metal Work
Manufacturing
Power Boiler and Heat Exchanger Manufacturing
Metal Tank (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing
Metal Can Manufacturing
Other Metal Container Manufacturing
Hardware Manufacturing
Spring (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing
Spring (Light Gauge) Manufacturing
Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
467
468
471
433
420
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
465
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Aluminum forming
Copper forming
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Metal Finishing
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Coil Coating
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
332618IRON
332618NMF
332618PP
332710
332721
332722
332811
332812
332813
332813MF
332813MF
332813PMF
332813AL
332813PP
332813IRON
332911
332912
332913
332919
332991
NAICS Description
Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing (Iron and
Steel Manufacturing)
Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing
(Nonferrous Metals Forming and Metal Powders)
Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing (Printing
& Publishing)
Machine Shops
Precision Turned Product Manufacturing
Bolt, Nut, Screw, Rivet, and Washer Manufacturing
Metal Heat Treating
Metal Coating, Engraving (except Jewelry and
Silverware), and Allied Services to Manufacturers
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Metal Finishing)
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Metal Finishing)
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Plastics Molding And Forming)
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Aluminum forming)
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Printing & Publishing)
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Iron and Steel Manufacturing)
Industrial Valve Manufacturing
Fluid Power Valve and Hose Fitting Manufacturing
Plumbing Fixture Fitting and Trim Manufacturing
Other Metal Valve and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing
Ball and Roller Bearing Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PNC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
420
471
NA
433
433
433
433
433
413
433
433
463
467
NA
420
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Printing & Publishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Electroplating
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Plastics Molding And Forming
Aluminum forming
Printing & Publishing
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
332992
332992
332993
332993
332993MF
332994
332995
332996
332998
332999
332999DC
332999TC
332999TC
332999DC
332999TC
333111
333112
333120
333131
333132
333210
NAICS Description
Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing
Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing
Ammunition (except Small Arms) Manufacturing
Ammunition (except Small Arms) Manufacturing
Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing (Metal
Finishing)
Small Arms Manufacturing
Other Ordnance and Accessories Manufacturing
Fabricated Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing
Enameled Iron and Metal Sanitary Ware Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (DC)
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (TC)
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (TC)
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (DC)
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (TC)
Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
Lawn and Garden Tractor and Home Lawn and Garden
Equipment Manufacturing
Construction Machinery Manufacturing
Mining Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
Oil and Gas Field Machinery and Equipment
Manufacturing
Sawmill and Woodworking Machinery Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
433
471
433
471
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
467
468
471
471
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Metal Finishing
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Aluminum forming
Copper forming
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
333220
333291
333292
333293
333294
333295
333298
333311
333312
333313
333314
333315
333319
333411
333412
333414
333415
333511
333512
333513
333514
NAICS Description
Plastics and Rubber Industry Machinery Manufacturing
Paper Industry Machinery Manufacturing
Textile Machinery Manufacturing
Printing Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
Food Product Machinery Manufacturing
Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing
All Other Industrial Machinery Manufacturing
Automatic Vending Machine Manufacturing
Commercial Laundry, Drycleaning, and Pressing
Machine Manufacturing
Office Machinery Manufacturing
Optical Instrument and Lens Manufacturing
Photographic and Photocopying Equipment
Manufacturing
Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery
Manufacturing
Air Purification Equipment Manufacturing
Industrial and Commercial Fan and Blower
Manufacturing
Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces)
Manufacturing
Air-Conditioning and Warm Air Heating Equipment
and Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration
Equipment Manufacturing
Industrial Mold Manufacturing
Machine Tool (Metal Cutting Types) Manufacturing
Machine Tool (Metal Forming Types) Manufacturing
Special Die and Tool, Die Set, Jig, and Fixture
Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
333515
333516
333518
333611
333612
333613
333618
333911
333912
333913
333921
333922
333923
333924
333991
333992
333993
333994
333995
333996
333997
333999
334111
NAICS Description
Cutting Tool and Machine Tool Accessory
Manufacturing
Rolling Mill Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
Other Metalworking Machinery Manufacturing
Turbine and Turbine Generator Set Units
Manufacturing
Speed Changer, Industrial High-Speed Drive, and Gear
Manufacturing
Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
Manufacturing
Other Engine Equipment Manufacturing
Pump and Pumping Equipment Manufacturing
Air and Gas Compressor Manufacturing
Measuring and Dispensing Pump Manufacturing
Elevator and Moving Stairway Manufacturing
Conveyor and Conveying Equipment Manufacturing
Overhead Traveling Crane, Hoist, and Monorail System
Manufacturing
Industrial Truck, Tractor, Trailer, and Stacker
Machinery Manufacturing
Power-Driven Handtool Manufacturing
Welding and Soldering Equipment Manufacturing
Packaging Machinery Manufacturing
Industrial Process Furnace and Oven Manufacturing
Fluid Power Cylinder and Actuator Manufacturing
Fluid Power Pump and Motor Manufacturing
Scale and Balance Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous General Purpose Machinery
Manufacturing
Electronic Computer Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
334112
334119
334210
334220
334290
334310
334411
334412
334413
334414
334415
334416
334417
334418
334419
334510
334511
334512
334513
334514
NAICS Description
Computer Storage Device Manufacturing
Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing
Telephone Apparatus Manufacturing
Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless
Communications Equipment Manufacturing
Other Communications Equipment Manufacturing
Audio and Video Equipment Manufacturing
Electron Tube Manufacturing
Bare Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing
Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing
Electronic Capacitor Manufacturing
Electronic Resistor Manufacturing
Electronic Coil, Transformer, and Other Inductor
Manufacturing
Electronic ConNECtor Manufacturing
Printed Circuit Assembly (Electronic Assembly)
Manufacturing
Other Electronic Component Manufacturing
Electromedical and Electrotherapeutic Apparatus
Manufacturing
Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical,
and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing
Automatic Environmental Control Manufacturing for
Residential, Commercial, and Appliance Use
Instruments and Related Products Manufacturing for
Measuring, Displaying, and Controlling Industrial
Process Variables
Totalizing Fluid Meter and Counting Device
Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
469
433
469
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Electrical And Electronic Components
Metal Finishing
Electrical And Electronic Components
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
334515
334516
334517
334518
334519
334612
334613
335110
335121
335122
335129
335211
335212
335221
335222
335224
335228
335311
335312
335313
335314
335911
335912
335921
NAICS Description
Instalment Manufacturing for Measuring and Testing
Electricity and Electrical Signals
Analytical Laboratory Instrument Manufacturing
Irradiation Apparatus Manufacturing
Watch, Clock, and Part Manufacturing
Other Measuring and Controlling Device
Manufacturing
Prerecorded Compact Disc (except Software), Tape, and
Record Reproducing
Magnetic and Optical Recording Media Manufacturing
Electric Lamp Bulb and Part Manufacturing
Residential Electric Lighting Fixture Manufacturing
Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Electric
Lighting Fixture Manufacturing
Other Lighting Equipment Manufacturing
Electric Housewares and Household Fan Manufacturing
Household Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturing
Household Cooking Appliance Manufacturing
Household Refrigerator and Home Freezer
Manufacturing
Household Laundry Equipment Manufacturing
Other Major Household Appliance Manufacturing
Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformer
Manufacturing
Motor and Generator Manufacturing
Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus Manufacturing
Relay and Industrial Control Manufacturing
Storage Battery Manufacturing
Primary Battery Manufacturing
Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
466
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
461
461
426
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Porcelain Enameling
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Battery Manufacturing
Battery Manufacturing
Glass Manufacturing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
335921
335929
335929
335929
335931
335932
335991
335999
336111
336112
336120
336211
336212
336213
336214
336311
336312
336321
336322
336330
336340
336350
336360
336360MF
NAICS Description
Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing
Other Communication and Energy Wire Manufacturing
Other Communication and Energy Wire Manufacturing
Other Communication and Energy Wire Manufacturing
Current-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing
Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing
Carbon and Graphite Product Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment and
Component Manufacturing
Automobile Manufacturing
Light Truck and Utility Vehicle Manufacturing
Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing
Motor Vehicle Body Manufacturing
Truck Trailer Manufacturing
Motor Home Manufacturing
Travel Trailer and Camper Manufacturing
Carburetor, Piston, Piston Pang, and Valve
Manufacturing
Gasoline Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing
Vehicular Lighting Equipment Manufacturing
Other Motor Vehicle Electrical and Electronic
Equipment Manufacturing
Motor Vehicle Steering and Suspension Components
(except Spring) Manufacturing
Motor Vehicle Brake System Manufacturing
Motor Vehicle Transmission and Power Train Parts
Manufacturing
Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing
Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing
(Metal Finishing)
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
463
467
468
471
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
410
433
Point Source Category
Plastics Molding And Forming
Aluminum forming
Copper forming
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Textile Mills
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
336370
336391
336399
336411
336412
336413
336414
336415
336510
336611
336612
336991
336992
336999
337110
337122
337124
337127
337129
337211
337212
337214
337215
NAICS Description
Motor Vehicle Metal Stamping
Motor Vehicle Air-Conditioning Manufacturing
All Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing
Aircraft Manufacturing
Aircraft Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing
Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment
Manufacturing
Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Manufacturing
Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Propulsion Unit and
Propulsion Unit Parts Manufacturing
Railroad Rolling Stock Manufacturing
Ship Building and Repairing
Boat Building
Motorcycle, Bicycle, and Parts Manufacturing
Military Armored Vehicle, Tank, and Tank Component
Manufacturing
All Other Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
Wood Kitchen Cabinet and Countertop Manufacturing
Nonupholstered Wood Household Furniture
Manufacturing
Metal Household Furniture Manufacturing
Institutional Furniture Manufacturing
Wood Television, Radio, and Sewing Machine Cabinet
Manufacturing
Wood Office Furniture Manufacturing
Custom Architectural Woodwork and Millwork
Manufacturing
Office Furniture (except Wood) Manufacturing
Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker
Manufacturing
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
429
429
433
433
429
429
429
433
433
Point Source Category
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Timber Products Processing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
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                                                                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
337215TIM
337920
339111
339112
339113
339114
339115
339911
339912
339913
339914
339920
339941
339943
339944
339950
339991
339992
339993
339995
339999
339999MIN
339999P
339999PMF
NAICS Description
Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker
Manufacturing (Timber Products Processing)
Blind and Shade Manufacturing
Laboratory apparatus and furniture manufacturing
Surgical and Medical Instrument Manufacturing
Surgical Appliance and Supplies Manufacturing
Dental Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing
Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing
Jewelry (except Costume) Manufacturing
Silverware and Hollowware Manufacturing
Jewelers' Material and Lapidary Work Manufacturing
Costume Jewelry and Novelty Manufacturing
Sporting and Athletic Goods Manufacturing
Pen and Mechanical Pencil Manufacturing
Marking Device Manufacturing
Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbon Manufacturing
Sign Manufacturing
Gasket, Packing, and Sealing Device Manufacturing
Musical Instrument Manufacturing
Fastener, Button, Needle, and Pin Manufacturing
Burial Casket Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Mineral
Mining And ProcessingY)
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Plastics
Molding And Forming)
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
429
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
433
39
433
428
433
433
433
433
436
455
463
Point Source Category
Timber Products Processing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Metal Finishing
Rubber Manufacturing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Mineral Mining And Processing
Pesticide Chemicals
Plastics Molding And Forming
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                            Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
339999NMF
339999OCPSF
423110
423120
423140
423310
423320
423450
423510
423520
423620
423690
423810
423830
423840
423860
423910
NAICS Description
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Nonferrous
Metals Forming And Metal Powders)
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Organic
Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers)
Automobile and Other Motor Vehicle Merchant
Wholesalers
Motor Vehicle Supplies and New Parts Merchant
Wholesalers
Motor Vehicle Parts (Used) Merchant Wholesalers
Lumber, Plywood, Millwork, and Wood Panel
Merchant Wholesalers
Brick, Stone, and Related Construction Material
Merchant Wholesalers
Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and Supplies
Merchant Wholesalers
Metal Service Centers and Other Metal Merchant
Wholesalers
Coal and Other Mineral and Ore Merchant Wholesalers
Electrical and Electronic Appliance, Television, and
Radio Set Merchant Wholesalers
Other Electronic Parts and Equipment Merchant
Wholesalers
Construction and Mining (except Oil Well) Machinery
and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
Industrial Machinery and Equipment Merchant
Wholesalers
Industrial Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
Transportation Equipment and Supplies (except Motor
Vehicle) Merchant Wholesalers
Sporting and Recreational Goods and Supplies
Merchant Wholesalers
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
471
414
50
50
50
50
436
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
Point Source Category
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Mineral Mining And Processing
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods

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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
423920
423930
424210
424310
424340
424410
424430
424440
424460
424490
424510
424590
424610
424690
424690P
424710
424720
424820
424910
424920
NAICS Description
Toy and Hobby Goods and Supplies Merchant
Wholesalers
Recyclable Material Merchant Wholesalers
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers
Piece Goods, Notions, and Other Dry Goods Merchant
Wholesalers
Footwear Merchant Wholesalers
General Line Grocery Merchant Wholesalers
Dairy Product (except Dried or Canned) Merchant
Wholesalers
Poultry and Poultry Product Merchant Wholesalers
Fish and Seafood Merchant Wholesalers
Other Grocery and Related Products Merchant
Wholesalers
Grain and Field Bean Merchant Wholesalers
Other Farm Product Raw Material Merchant
Wholesalers
Plastics Materials and Basic Forms and Shapes
Merchant Wholesalers
Other Chemical and Allied Products Merchant
Wholesalers
Other Chemical and Allied Products Merchant
Wholesalers (Pesticide Chemicals)
Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals
Petroleum and Petroleum Products Merchant
Wholesalers (except Bulk Stations and Terminals)
Wine and Distilled Alcoholic Beverage Merchant
Wholesalers
Farm Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
Book, Periodical, and Newspaper Merchant
Wholesalers
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
50
50
51
51
51
51
51
NA
51
51
51
406
51
414
455
419
51
NA
51
51
Point Source Category
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Grain mills
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Pesticide Chemicals
Petroleum Refining
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
424990
441110
441221
441222
441229
441320
442291
444110
444130
444210
445120
445210
445220
445230
445291
445292
445299
446110
446130
446191
447190
451120
451211
452111
452112
452910
453220
453920
NAICS Description
Other Miscellaneous Nondurable Goods Merchant
Wholesalers
New Car Dealers
Motorcycle, ATV, and Personal Watercraft Dealers
Boat Dealers
All Other Motor Vehicle Dealers
Tire Dealers
Window Treatment Stores
Home Centers
Hardware Stores
Outdoor Power Equipment Stores
Convenience Stores
Meat Markets
Fish and Seafood Markets
Fruit and Vegetable Markets
Baked Goods Stores
Confectionery and Nut Stores
All Other Specialty Food Stores
Pharmacies and Drug Stores
Optical Goods Stores
Food (Health) Supplement Stores
Other Gasoline Stations
Hobby, Toy, and Game Stores
Book Stores
Department Stores (except Discount Department Stores)
Discount Department Stores
Warehouse Clubs and Supercenters
Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Stores
Art Dealers
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
51
55
55
55
55
55
57
50
442
442
54
NA
51
54
54
54
51
51
59
51
55
50
51
53
53
54
51
59
Point Source Category
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Food Stores
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Retail
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
General Merchandise Stores
General Merchandise Stores
Food Stores
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Retail
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                            Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
453930
453991
454319
454390
481111
481112
481219
482111
482112
483111
484110
484121
484122
484210
484220
484230
485111
485112
485113
485119
485320
485410
485991
485999
486110
486210
NAICS Description
Manufactured (Mobile) Home Dealers
Tobacco Stores
Other Fuel Dealers
Other Direct Selling Establishments
Scheduled Passenger Air Transportation
Scheduled Freight Air Transportation
Other Nonscheduled Air Transportation
Line-Haul Railroads
Short Line Railroads
Deep Sea Freight Transportation
General Freight Trucking, Local
General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Truckload
General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Less Than
Truckload
Used Household and Office Goods Moving
Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking,
Local
Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking,
Long-Distance
Mixed Mode Transit Systems
Commuter Rail Systems
Bus and Other Motor Vehicle Transit Systems
Other Urban Transit Systems
Limousine Service
School and Employee Bus Transportation
Special Needs Transportation
All Other Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation
Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil
Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
52
51
59
54
45
45
79
433
433
44
42
42
42
42
42
42
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
419
49
Point Source Category
Building Materials & Gardening Supplies
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Retail
Food Stores
Transportation By Air
Transportation By Air
Amusement & Recreation Services
Metal Finishing
Metal Finishing
Water Transportation
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Petroleum Refining
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
486910
486990
487210
487990
488190
488310
488320
488410
488510
488991
488999
492210
493110
493120
493130
493190
511110
511120
511130
511191
512210
512220
512240
512290
515111
515112
516110
517110
NAICS Description
Pipeline Transportation of Refined Petroleum Products
All Other Pipeline Transportation
Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Water
Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Other
Other Support Activities for Air Transportation
Port and Harbor Operations
Marine Cargo Handling
Motor Vehicle Towing
Freight Transportation Arrangement
Packing and Crating
All Other Support Activities for Transportation
Local Messengers and Local Delivery
General Warehousing and Storage
Refrigerated Warehousing and Storage
Farm Product Warehousing and Storage
Other Warehousing and Storage
Newspaper Publishers
Periodical Publishers
Book Publishers
Greeting Card Publishers
Record Production
Integrated Record Production/Distribution
Sound Recording Studios
Other Sound Recording Industries
Radio Networks
Radio Stations
Internet publishing and broadcasting
Wired Telecommunications Carriers
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
PNC
PNC
PNC
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
46
46
79
79
NA
442
442
75
47
47
47
42
42
42
42
42
NA
NA
NA
NA
89
433
73
73
48
48
NA
48
Point Source Category
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Airport Deicing
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Printing & Publishing
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Metal Finishing
Business Services
Business Services
Communications
Communications
Printing & Publishing
Communications

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
517211
517212
517310
518112
518210
519120
519190
522110
522130
522190
522220
522291
522292
522298
522320
522390
523110
523120
523910
523999
524126
524128
524130
531110
531120
NAICS Description
Paging Network
Cellular and Other Wireless Telecommunications
Telecommunications Resellers
Web Serach Portals (Services, Not Elsewhere
Classified)
Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
Libraries and Archives
All Other Information Services
Commercial Banking
Credit Unions
Other Depository Credit Intermediation
Sales Financing
Consumer Lending
Real Estate Credit
All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation
Financial Transactions Processing, Reserve, and
Clearinghouse Activities
Other Activities Related to Credit Intermediation
Investment Banking and Securities Dealing
Securities Brokerage
Miscellaneous Intermediation
Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities
Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Carriers
Other Direct Insurance (except Life, Health, and
Medical) Carriers
Reinsurance Carriers
Lessors of Residential Buildings and Dwellings
Lessors of Nonresidential Buildings (except
Miniwarehouses)
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
48
48
48
89
73
82
73
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
73
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
65
65
Point Source Category
Communications
Communications
Communications
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Business Services
Educational Services
Business Services
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Business Services
Nondepository Institutions
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Real Estate
Real Estate

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Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
531130
531190
531210
531311
531312
531320
531390
532120
532210
532220
532292
532299
532310
532412
532420
532490
541199
541320
541330
541340
541350
541370
541380
541410
541420
541430
NAICS Description
Lessors of Miniwarehouses and Self-Storage Units
Lessors of Other Real Estate Property
Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers
Residential Property Managers
Nonresidential Property Managers
Offices of Real Estate Appraisers
Other Activities Related to Real Estate
Truck, Utility Trailer, and RV (Recreational Vehicle)
Rental and Leasing
Consumer Electronics and Appliances Rental
Formal Wear and Costume Rental
Recreational Goods Rental
All Other Consumer Goods Rental
General Rental Centers
Construction, Mining, and Forestry Machinery and
Equipment Rental and Leasing
Office Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing
Other Commercial and Industrial Machinery and
Equipment Rental and Leasing
All Other Legal Services
Landscape Architectural Services
Engineering Services
Drafting Services
Building Inspection Services
Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services
Testing Laboratories
Interior Design Services
Industrial Design Services
Graphic Design Services
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
42
65
65
65
65
65
65
75
73
72
79
73
73
73
73
73
73
87
87
73
73
73
NA
73
73
460
Point Source Category
Trucking & Warehousing
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Business Services
Personal Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Independent And Stand Alone Labs
Business Services
Business Services
Hospital

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                            Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
541490
541612
541614
541618
541620
541710
541720
541870
541922
541930
551111
561110
561210
561310
561410
561421
561422
561431
561439
561440
561491
561499
561510
561591
561622
561710
NAICS Description
Other Specialized Design Services
Human Resources Consulting Services
Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting
Services
Other Management Consulting Services
Environmental Consulting Services
Research and Development in the Physical,
Engineering, and Life Sciences
Research and Development in the Social Sciences and
Humanities
Advertising Material Distribution Services
Commercial Photography
Translation and Interpretation Services
Offices of Bank Holding Companies
Office Administrative Services
Facilities Support Services
Employment Placement Agencies
Document Preparation Services
Telephone Answering Services
Telemarketing Bureaus and Other Contact Centers
Private Mail Centers
Other Business Service Centers (including Copy Shops)
Collection Agencies
Repossession Services
All Other Business Support Services
Travel Agencies
Convention and Visitors Bureaus
Locksmiths
Exterminating and Pest Control Services
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
73
89
47
87
89
NA
87
73
460
73
67
87
87
72
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
47
73
442
NA
Point Source Category
Business Services
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Transportation Services
Engineering & Management Services
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Independent And Stand Alone Labs
Engineering & Management Services
Business Services
Hospital
Business Services
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Personal Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Transportation Services
Business Services
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Sanitary Services

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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
561720
561730
561910
561920
562111
562112
562119
562211
562211
562211
562212
562213
562219
562219
562219
562920
611110
611210
611310
611430
611511
611512
611513
611519
611630
611691
611692
621111
NAICS Description
Janitorial Services
Landscaping Services
Packaging and Labeling Services
Convention and Trade Show Organizers
Solid Waste Collection
Hazardous Waste Collection
Other Waste Collection
Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
Solid Waste Landfill
Solid Waste Combustors and Incinerators
Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
Materials Recovery Facilities
Elementary and Secondary Schools
Junior Colleges
Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
Professional and Management Development Training
Cosmetology and Barber Schools
Flight Training
Apprenticeship Training
Other Technical and Trade Schools
Language Schools
Exam Preparation and Tutoring
Automobile Driving Schools
Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists)
Type of
Grouping
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
NA
7
73
73
42
42
42
437
444
445
445
444
444
437
445
414
82
82
82
82
72
82
82
82
82
82
82
460
Point Source Category
Airport Deicing
Agricultural Services
Business Services
Business Services
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Centralized Waste Treatment
Waste Combustors
Landfills
Landfills
Waste Combustors
Waste Combustors
Centralized Waste Treatment
Landfills
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Personal Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Hospital
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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
621112
621410
621491
621492
621493
621511
621512
621610
621910
621991
621999
622110
622210
622310
623110
623220
623311
623312
623990
624110
624120
624190
624210
624221
624229
NAICS Description
Offices of Physicians, Mental Health Specialists
Family Planning Centers
HMO Medical Centers
Kidney Dialysis Centers
Freestanding Ambulatory Surgical and Emergency
Centers
Medical Laboratories
Diagnostic Imaging Centers
Home Health Care Services
Ambulance Services
Blood and Organ Banks
All Other Miscellaneous Ambulatory Health Care
Services
General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals
Specialty (except Psychiatric and Substance Abuse)
Hospitals
Nursing Care Facilities
Residential Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Facilities
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Homes for the Elderly
Other Residential Care Facilities
Child and Youth Services
Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities
Other Individual and Family Services
Community Food Services
Temporary Shelters
Other Community Housing Services
Type of
Grouping
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
PSC
NAICS
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
460
41
460
460
460
460
460
460
83
460
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
Point Source Category
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Social Services
Hospital
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
VO

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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
624230
624310
624410
711110
711190
711211
711212
711219
712110
712120
712130
713110
713210
713290
713910
713920
713930
713940
713950
713990
721110
721120
721191
721199
721211
721214
721310
722110
NAICS Description
Emergency and Other Relief Services
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Child Day Care Services
Theater Companies and Dinner Theaters
Other Performing Arts Companies
Sports Teams and Clubs
Racetracks
Other Spectator Sports
Museums
Historical Sites
Zoos and Botanical Gardens
Amusement and Theme Parks
Casinos (except Casino Hotels)
Other Gambling Industries
Golf Courses and Country Clubs
Skiing Facilities
Marinas
Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers
Bowling Centers
All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries
Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels
Casino Hotels
Bed-and-Breakfast Inns
All Other Traveler Accommodation
RV (Recreational Vehicle) Parks and Campgrounds
Recreational and Vacation Camps (except
Campgrounds)
Rooming and Boarding Houses
Full-Service Restaurants
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
83
83
83
NA
79
79
79
79
84
84
84
79
79
79
79
79
44
79
79
79
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
NA
Point Source Category
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Food Service Establishments
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Water Transportation
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Food Service Establishments
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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
722211
722212
722320
722410
811111
811118
811121
811122
811191
811192
811198
811213
811310
811411
811420
811430
812112
812113
812191
812199
812210
812310
812332
812910
813110
NAICS Description
Limited-Service Restaurants
Cafeterias, Grill Buffets, and Buffets
Caterers
Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages)
General Automotive Repair
Other Automotive Mechanical and Electrical Repair and
Maintenance
Automotive Body, Paint, and Interior Repair and
Maintenance
Automotive Glass Replacement Shops
Automotive Oil Change and Lubrication Shops
Car Washes
All Other Automotive Repair and Maintenance
Communication Equipment Repair and Maintenance
Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment
(except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and
Maintenance
Home and Garden Equipment Repair and Maintenance
Reupholstery and Furniture Repair
Footwear and Leather Goods Repair
Beauty Salons
Nail Salons
Diet and Weight Reducing Centers
Other Personal Care Services
Funeral Homes and Funeral Services
Coin-Operated Laundries and Drycleaners
Industrial Launderers
Pet Care (except Veterinary) Services
Religious Organizations
Type of
Grouping
PNC
PNC
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PSC
PSC
PNC
PSC
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
PNC
NAICS
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
NA
NA
NA
58
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
76
433
442
NA
442
72
72
72
72
72
72
NA
7
86
Point Source Category
Food Service Establishments
Food Service Establishments
Food Service Establishments
Eating & Drinking Places
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Metal Finishing
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Airport Deicing
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
Personal Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Industrial Launderies
Agricultural Services
Membership Organizations
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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
813211
813312
813319
813410
813910
813920
813930
814110
921110
921140
921150
921190
922110
922130
922140
922150
922160
922190
923120
924110
924120
925110
926110
926120
926140
927110
NAICS Description
Grantmaking Foundations
Environment, Conservation and Wildlife Organizations
Other Social Advocacy Organizations
Civic and Social Organizations
Business Associations
Professional Organizations
Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations
Private Households
Executive Offices
Executive and Legislative Offices, Combined
American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal
Governments
Other General Government Support
Courts
Legal Counsel and Prosecution
Correctional Institutions
Parole Offices and Probation Offices
Fire Protection
Other Justice, Public Order, and Safety Activities
Administration of Public Health Programs
Administration of Air and Water Resource and Solid
Waste Management Programs
Administration of Conservation Programs
Administration of Housing Programs
Administration of General Economic Programs
Regulation and Administration of Transportation
Programs
Regulation of Agricultural Marketing and Commodities
Space Research and Technology
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
67
86
86
86
86
86
86
88
91
91
86
91
92
92
92
83
92
92
94
95
95
95
96
96
96
96
Point Source Category
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Private Households
Executive, Legislative, & General
Executive, Legislative, & General
Membership Organizations
Executive, Legislative, & General
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Social Services
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Administration Of Human Resources
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Administration Of Economic Programs
Administration Of Economic Programs
Administration Of Economic Programs
Administration Of Economic Programs
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                                         Table A-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
928110
NAICS Description
National Security
Type of
Grouping
NAICS
40CFRPartor
NAICS Group
97
Point Source Category
National Security & International Affairs
NA - Not applicable.
NEC - Not elsewhere classified.
PNC - Potential new category.
PSC - Point Source Category.
REV - Potential effluent limitations guidelines revision.
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Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
111110
111331
111339
111411
111419
111421
111422
111930
111991
112910
113310
114111
114112
115112
115114
115310
213113
221320
236117
237210
238110
238140
238150
238190
238210
238290
238320
238350
NAICS Description
Soybean Fanning
Apple Orchards
Other Noncitrus Fruit Farming
Mushroom Production
Other Food Crops Grown Under Cover
Nursery and Tree Production
Floriculture Production
Sugarcane Farming
Sugar Beet Farming
Apiculture
Logging
Finfish Fishing
Shellfish Fishing
Soil Preparation, Planting, and Cultivating
Postharvest Crop Activities (except Cotton Ginning)
Support Activities for Forestry
Support Activities for Coal Mining
Sewage Treatment Facilities
New Housing Operative Builders
Land Subdivision
Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors
Masonry Contractors
Glass and Glazing Contractors
Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors
Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors
Other Building Equipment Contractors
Painting and Wall Covering Contractors
Finish Carpentry Contractors
Major NAICS
Group
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
24
9
9
7
7
8
12
NA
15
65
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
Point Source Category
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Crops
Agricultural Production - Livestock
Lumber & Wood Products
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
Agricultural Services
Agricultural Services
Forestry
Coal Mining
Sewerage Systems
General Building Contractors
Real Estate
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
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Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
238390
238990
311119
311811
314129
314911
315223
315231
315992AP
316213
316219
321991
321992
322223
322226
325998BS
327991
339944
423110
423120
423140
423310
423450
423510
423520
NAICS Description
Other Building Finishing Contractors
All Other Specialty Trade Contractors
Other Animal Food Manufacturing
Retail Bakeries
Other Household Textile Product Mills
Textile Bag Mills
Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Shirt (except Work Shirt)
Manufacturing
Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear, and
Nightwear Manufacturing
Glove and Mitten Manufacturing (Apparel & Other Textile Products)
Men's Footwear (except Athletic) Manufacturing
Other Footwear Manufacturing
Manufactured Home (Mobile Home) Manufacturing
Prefabricated Wood Building Manufacturing
Coated Paper Bag and Pouch Manufacturing
Surface-Coated Paperboard Manufacturing
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation
Manufacturing (Business Services)
Cut Stone and Stone Product Manufacturing
Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbon Manufacturing
Automobile and Other Motor Vehicle Merchant Wholesalers
Motor Vehicle Supplies and New Parts Merchant Wholesalers
Motor Vehicle Parts (Used) Merchant Wholesalers
Lumber, Plywood, Millwork, and Wood Panel Merchant Wholesalers
Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and Supplies Merchant
Wholesalers
Metal Service Centers and Other Metal Merchant Wholesalers
Coal and Other Mineral and Ore Merchant Wholesalers
Major NAICS
Group
17
17
20
54
23
23
23
23
23
31
31
24
24
26
26
73
32
39
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
Point Source Category
Special Trade Contractors
Special Trade Contractors
Food & Kindred Products
Food Stores
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Leather & Leather Products
Leather & Leather Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Lumber & Wood Products
Paper & Allied Products
Paper & Allied Products
Business Services
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
Misc. Manuf. Industries
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
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                                 Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
423620
423690
423810
423830
423840
423860
423910
423920
423930
424210
424310
424340
424410
424430
424460
424490
424510
424610
424720
424910
424920
424990
441110
441221
441222
NAICS Description
Electrical and Electronic Appliance, Television, and Radio Set
Merchant Wholesalers
Other Electronic Parts and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
Construction and Mining (except Oil Well) Machinery and Equipment
Merchant Wholesalers
Industrial Machinery and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
Industrial Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
Transportation Equipment and Supplies (except Motor Vehicle)
Merchant Wholesalers
Sporting and Recreational Goods and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
Toy and Hobby Goods and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
Recyclable Material Merchant Wholesalers
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers
Piece Goods, Notions, and Other Dry Goods Merchant Wholesalers
Footwear Merchant Wholesalers
General Line Grocery Merchant Wholesalers
Dairy Product (except Dried or Canned) Merchant Wholesalers
Fish and Seafood Merchant Wholesalers
Other Grocery and Related Products Merchant Wholesalers
Grain and Field Bean Merchant Wholesalers
Plastics Materials and Basic Forms and Shapes Merchant Wholesalers
Petroleum and Petroleum Products Merchant Wholesalers (except
Bulk Stations and Terminals)
Farm Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
Book, Periodical, and Newspaper Merchant Wholesalers
Other Miscellaneous Nondurable Goods Merchant Wholesalers
New Car Dealers
Motorcycle, ATV, and Personal Watercraft Dealers
Boat Dealers
Major NAICS
Group
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
55
55
55
Point Source Category
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
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Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
441229
441320
442291
444110
445120
445220
445230
445291
445292
445299
446110
446130
446191
447190
451120
451211
452111
452112
452910
453220
453920
453930
453991
454319
454390
481111
481112
481219
NAICS Description
All Other Motor Vehicle Dealers
Tire Dealers
Window Treatment Stores
Home Centers
Convenience Stores
Fish and Seafood Markets
Fruit and Vegetable Markets
Baked Goods Stores
Confectionery and Nut Stores
All Other Specialty Food Stores
Pharmacies and Drug Stores
Optical Goods Stores
Food (Health) Supplement Stores
Other Gasoline Stations
Hobby, Toy, and Game Stores
Book Stores
Department Stores (except Discount Department Stores)
Discount Department Stores
Warehouse Clubs and Supercenters
Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Stores
Art Dealers
Manufactured (Mobile) Home Dealers
Tobacco Stores
Other Fuel Dealers
Other Direct Selling Establishments
Scheduled Passenger Air Transportation
Scheduled Freight Air Transportation
Other Nonscheduled Air Transportation
Major NAICS
Group
55
55
57
50
54
51
54
54
54
51
51
59
51
55
50
51
53
53
54
51
59
52
51
59
54
45
45
79
Point Source Category
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Food Stores
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Food Stores
Food Stores
Food Stores
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Retail
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
General Merchandise Stores
General Merchandise Stores
Food Stores
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Retail
Building Materials & Gardening Supplies
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
Miscellaneous Retail
Food Stores
Transportation By Air
Transportation By Air
Amusement & Recreation Services

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                                 Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
483111
484110
484121
484122
484210
484220
484230
485111
485112
485113
485119
485320
485410
485991
485999
486210
486910
486990
487210
487990
488410
488510
488991
488999
492210
493110
493120
493130
NAICS Description
Deep Sea Freight Transportation
General Freight Trucking, Local
General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Truckload
General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Less Than Truckload
Used Household and Office Goods Moving
Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Local
Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Long-Distance
Mixed Mode Transit Systems
Commuter Rail Systems
Bus and Other Motor Vehicle Transit Systems
Other Urban Transit Systems
Limousine Service
School and Employee Bus Transportation
Special Needs Transportation
All Other Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation
Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas
Pipeline Transportation of Refined Petroleum Products
All Other Pipeline Transportation
Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Water
Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Other
Motor Vehicle Towing
Freight Transportation Arrangement
Packing and Crating
All Other Support Activities for Transportation
Local Messengers and Local Delivery
General Warehousing and Storage
Refrigerated Warehousing and Storage
Farm Product Warehousing and Storage
Major NAICS
Group
44
42
42
42
42
42
42
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
49
46
46
79
79
75
47
47
47
42
42
42
42
Point Source Category
Water Transportation
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Transportation Services
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
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                                 Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
493190
512210
512240
512290
515111
515112
517110
517211
517212
517310
518112
518210
519120
519190
522110
522130
522190
522220
522291
522292
522298
522320
522390
523110
523120
523910
523999
524126
NAICS Description
Other Warehousing and Storage
Record Production
Sound Recording Studios
Other Sound Recording Industries
Radio Networks
Radio Stations
Wired Telecommunications Carriers
Paging Network
Cellular and Other Wireless Telecommunications
Telecommunications Resellers
Web Serach Portals (Services, Not Elsewhere Classified)
Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
Libraries and Archives
All Other Information Services
Commercial Banking
Credit Unions
Other Depository Credit Intermediation
Sales Financing
Consumer Lending
Real Estate Credit
All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation
Financial Transactions Processing, Reserve, and Clearinghouse
Activities
Other Activities Related to Credit Intermediation
Investment Banking and Securities Dealing
Securities Brokerage
Miscellaneous Intermediation
Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities
Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Carriers
Major NAICS
Group
42
89
73
73
48
48
48
48
48
48
89
73
82
73
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
73
61
62
62
62
62
63
Point Source Category
Trucking & Warehousing
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Business Services
Business Services
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Business Services
Educational Services
Business Services
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Depository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Nondepository Institutions
Business Services
Nondepository Institutions
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Security & Commodity Brokers
Insurance Carriers
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                                 Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
524128
524130
531110
531120
531130
531190
531210
531311
531312
531320
531390
532120
532210
532220
532292
532299
532310
532412
532420
532490
541199
541320
541330
541340
541350
541370
NAICS Description
Other Direct Insurance (except Life, Health, and Medical) Carriers
Reinsurance Carriers
Lessors of Residential Buildings and Dwellings
Lessors of Nonresidential Buildings (except Miniwarehouses)
Lessors of Miniwarehouses and Serf-Storage Units
Lessors of Other Real Estate Property
Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers
Residential Property Managers
Nonresidential Property Managers
Offices of Real Estate Appraisers
Other Activities Related to Real Estate
Truck, Utility Trailer, and RV (Recreational Vehicle) Rental and
Leasing
Consumer Electronics and Appliances Rental
Formal Wear and Costume Rental
Recreational Goods Rental
All Other Consumer Goods Rental
General Rental Centers
Construction, Mining, and Forestry Machinery and Equipment Rental
and Leasing
Office Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing
Other Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment Rental
and Leasing
All Other Legal Services
Landscape Architectural Services
Engineering Services
Drafting Services
Building Inspection Services
Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services
Major NAICS
Group
63
63
65
65
42
65
65
65
65
65
65
75
73
72
79
73
73
73
73
73
73
87
87
73
73
73
Point Source Category
Insurance Carriers
Insurance Carriers
Real Estate
Real Estate
Trucking & Warehousing
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Real Estate
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Business Services
Personal Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Business Services
Business Services
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Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
541410
541420
541490
541612
541614
541618
541620
541720
541870
541930
551111
561110
561210
561310
561410
561421
561422
561431
561439
561440
561491
561499
561510
561591
561710
561730
561910
561920
NAICS Description
Interior Design Services
Industrial Design Services
Other Specialized Design Services
Human Resources Consulting Services
Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services
Other Management Consulting Services
Environmental Consulting Services
Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities
Advertising Material Distribution Services
Translation and Interpretation Services
Offices of Bank Holding Companies
Office Administrative Services
Facilities Support Services
Employment Placement Agencies
Document Preparation Services
Telephone Answering Services
Telemarketing Bureaus and Other Contact Centers
Private Mail Centers
Other Business Service Centers (including Copy Shops)
Collection Agencies
Repossession Services
All Other Business Support Services
Travel Agencies
Convention and Visitors Bureaus
Exterminating and Pest Control Services
Landscaping Services
Packaging and Labeling Services
Convention and Trade Show Organizers
Major NAICS
Group
73
73
73
89
47
87
89
87
73
73
67
87
87
72
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
47
73
NA
7
73
73
Point Source Category
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Transportation Services
Engineering & Management Services
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Engineering & Management Services
Business Services
Business Services
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Engineering & Management Services
Engineering & Management Services
Personal Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Business Services
Transportation Services
Business Services
Sanitary Services
Agricultural Services
Business Services
Business Services

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                                 Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
562111
562112
562119
611110
611210
611310
611430
611511
611512
611513
611519
611630
611691
611692
621910
623220
623312
623990
624110
624120
624190
624210
624221
624229
624230
624310
624410
711190
NAICS Description
Solid Waste Collection
Hazardous Waste Collection
Other Waste Collection
Elementary and Secondary Schools
Junior Colleges
Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
Professional and Management Development Training
Cosmetology and Barber Schools
Flight Training
Apprenticeship Training
Other Technical and Trade Schools
Language Schools
Exam Preparation and Tutoring
Automobile Driving Schools
Ambulance Services
Residential Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities
Homes for the Elderly
Other Residential Care Facilities
Child and Youth Services
Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities
Other Individual and Family Services
Community Food Services
Temporary Shelters
Other Community Housing Services
Emergency and Other Relief Services
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Child Day Care Services
Other Performing Arts Companies
Major NAICS
Group
42
42
42
82
82
82
82
72
82
82
82
82
82
82
41
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
83
79
Point Source Category
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Trucking & Warehousing
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Personal Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Educational Services
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Social Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
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Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
711211
711212
711219
712110
712120
712130
713110
713210
713290
713910
713920
713930
713940
713950
713990
721110
721120
721191
721199
721211
721214
721310
722410
811111
811118
811121
811122
811191
NAICS Description
Sports Teams and Clubs
Racetracks
Other Spectator Sports
Museums
Historical Sites
Zoos and Botanical Gardens
Amusement and Theme Parks
Casinos (except Casino Hotels)
Other Gambling Industries
Golf Courses and Country Clubs
Skiing Facilities
Marinas
Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers
Bowling Centers
All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries
Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels
Casino Hotels
Bed-and-Breakfast Inns
All Other Traveler Accommodation
RV (Recreational Vehicle) Parks and Campgrounds
Recreational and Vacation Camps (except Campgrounds)
Rooming and Boarding Houses
Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages)
General Automotive Repair
Other Automotive Mechanical and Electrical Repair and Maintenance
Automotive Body, Paint, and Interior Repair and Maintenance
Automotive Glass Replacement Shops
Automotive Oil Change and Lubrication Shops
Major NAICS
Group
79
79
79
84
84
84
79
79
79
79
79
44
79
79
79
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
58
75
75
75
75
75
Point Source Category
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Water Transportation
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Amusement & Recreation Services
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
Eating & Drinking Places
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking

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                                 Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
811192
811198
811213
812112
812113
812191
812199
812210
812310
812910
813110
813211
813312
813319
813410
813910
813920
813930
814110
921110
921140
921150
921190
922110
922130
922140
922150
922160
NAICS Description
Car Washes
All Other Automotive Repair and Maintenance
Communication Equipment Repair and Maintenance
Beauty Salons
Nail Salons
Diet and Weight Reducing Centers
Other Personal Care Services
Funeral Homes and Funeral Services
Coin-Operated Laundries and Drycleaners
Pet Care (except Veterinary) Services
Religious Organizations
Grantmaking Foundations
Environment, Conservation and Wildlife Organizations
Other Social Advocacy Organizations
Civic and Social Organizations
Business Associations
Professional Organizations
Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations
Private Households
Executive Offices
Executive and Legislative Offices, Combined
American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Governments
Other General Government Support
Courts
Legal Counsel and Prosecution
Correctional Institutions
Parole Offices and Probation Offices
Fire Protection
Major NAICS
Group
75
75
76
72
72
72
72
72
72
7
86
67
86
86
86
86
86
86
88
91
91
86
91
92
92
92
83
92
Point Source Category
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
Miscellaneous Repair Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Personal Services
Agricultural Services
Membership Organizations
Holding & Other Investment Offices
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Membership Organizations
Private Households
Executive, Legislative, & General
Executive, Legislative, & General
Membership Organizations
Executive, Legislative, & General
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Social Services
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
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Table A-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS
Code
922190
923120
924110
924120
925110
926110
926120
926140
927110
928110
NAICS Description
Other Justice, Public Order, and Safety Activities
Administration of Public Health Programs
Administration of Air and Water Resource and Solid Waste
Management Programs
Administration of Conservation Programs
Administration of Housing Programs
Administration of General Economic Programs
Regulation and Administration of Transportation Programs
Regulation of Agricultural Marketing and Commodities
Space Research and Technology
National Security
Major NAICS
Group
92
94
95
95
95
96
96
96
96
97
Point Source Category
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
Administration Of Human Resources
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Environmental Quality & Housing
Administration Of Economic Programs
Administration Of Economic Programs
Administration Of Economic Programs
Administration Of Economic Programs
National Security & International Affairs

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                      Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-5. TWFs for Chemicals in TRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Pollutant
1 ,3 -Phenylenediamine
Acetaldehyde
Acetamide
Acetonitrile
Acetophenone
Acrolein
Acrylamide
Acrylic acid
Acrylonitrile
Alachlor / Lasso
Allyl alcohol
Allyl chloride
Allylamine
Aluminum
Ametryn
Ammonia as NH3
Aniline
Anthracene
Antimony compounds
Arsenic compounds
Atrazine
Barium compounds
Benzene
Benzoyl chloride
Benzyl chloride
Beryllium compounds
Biphenyl
Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether
Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
Bromine
Bromomethane
Busamid \ Dazomet \ Mylone \ Nefusan
Busan 85
Butadiene, 1,3-
Butanal
Butanol, 1-
Butyl acrylate
Cadmium compounds
Captan
Carbam-S
CAS Number
108452
75070
60355
75058
98862
107028
79061
79107
107131
15972608
107186
107051
107119
7429905
834128
7664417
62533
120127
NO 10
N020
1912249
N040
71432
98884
100447
N050
92524
111444
117817
7726956
74839
533744
128030
106990
123728
71363
141322
N078
133062
128041
TWF
0.000380667
0.002204582
4.21053E-06
0.000213039
0.000334099
0.980567241
0.51912
0.000152272
2.2792
1.5184
0.084960485
0.003352643
0.002533937
0.064691216
0.03514
0.00111
0.006858727
2.545594545
0.01225
4.041333333
1.040953846
0.001990757
0.031678038
0.001642229
0.7966
1.056603774
0.036555826
1.062894737
0.2548
0.012173913
0.05975
0.009491525
0.933333333
4.829081594
0.004179104
0.000102337
0.012173913
23.1168
1.651067914
0.08358209
                             A-116

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Table A-5. TWFs for Chemicals in TRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Pollutant
Carbaryl \ Sevin
Carbon disulfide
Catechol
Chlordane
Chlorimuron Ethyl
Chlorine
Chlorine Dioxide
Chloroacetic acid
Chloroaniline, p-
Chlorobenzene
Chloroethane
Chloroethene
Chloromethane
Chlorophenols
Chloroprene
Chlorothalonil
Chlorsulfuron
Chromium compounds
Cobalt compounds
Copper compounds
Cresol, m-
Cresol, o-
Cresol, p-
Cresols (mixed isomers)
Crotonaldehyde
Cumeme hydroperoxide
Cumene
Cyanide compounds
Cyclohexane
Cyclohexanol
Cygon \ Dimethoate
Decabromodiphenyl oxide
DBF
Diazinon \ Spectracide
Dibenzofuran
Dicamba
Dichlorobenzene, 1,2-
Dichlorobenzene, 1,3-
Dichlorobenzene, 1,4-
Dichlorodifluoromethane
CAS Number
63252
75150
120809
57749
90982324
7782505
10049044
79118
106478
108907
75003
75014
74873
N084
126998
1897456
64902723
N090
N096
N100
108394
95487
106445
1319773
4170303
80159
98828
N106
110827
108930
60515
1163195
78488
333415
132649
1918009
95501
541731
106467
75718
TWF
280.00364
2.800161
0.016
1993.225581
0.028
0.509162182
0.16
0.000805
0.028
0.002934467
0.003188993
0.229626984
0.005359161
0.055488559
0.112172119
7.386239234
0.000116667
0.075696709
0.114285714
0.634822222
0.003047783
0.002991783
0.007106988
0.004893
0.016
0.006603774
0.003378846
0.0054
0.009003215
7.95455E-05
1.849492248
0.008588957
149.7017544
622.2751111
0.49215
0.015012308
0.010503063
0.013794667
0.07672825
0.000592527
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Table A-5. TWFs for Chemicals in TRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Pollutant
Dichloroethane, 1,1-
Dichloroethane, 1,2-
Dichloroethene, 1,1-
Dichloroethene, 1,2-
Dichloromethane
Dichlorophenol, 2,4-
Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, 2,4-
Dichloropropane, 1,2-
Dichloropropene, 1,3-
Dichlorvos
Dicyclopentadiene
Diethanolamine
Diethylsulfate
Dimethyl phthalate
Dimethyl sulfate
Dimethylamine
Dimethylformamide, N,N-
Dimethylphenol, 2,4-
Di-n-butyl phthalate
Dinitrobenzene, 1,2-
Dinitrobenzene, 1,4-
Dinitro-o-cresol, 4,6-
Dinitrophenol, 2,4-
Dinitrotoluene (mixed isomers)
Dinitrotoluene, 2,4-
Dinitrotoluene, 2,6-
Dinoseb \ DNBP
Dioxane, 1,4-
Dioxin and dioxin-like compounds
Diphenylamine
Diuron / DCMU
Dowicil 75
Epichlorhydrin
Ethane, l,l,2-trichloro-l,2,2-trifluoro-
Ethyl acrylate
Ethylbenzene
Ethylene
Ethylene glycol
Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether
Ethylene oxide
CAS Number
75343
107062
75354
540590
75092
120832
94757
78875
542756
62737
77736
111422
64675
131113
77781
124403
68122
105679
84742
528290
100254
534521
51285
25321146
121142
606202
88857
123911
N150
122394
330541
4080313
106898
76131
140885
100414
74851
107211
110805
75218
TWF
0.000513619
0.015797091
0.471495033
0.001457
0.001012879
0.098993333
0.007814754
0.039391333
0.565061538
5601.2992
0.004666667
0.00175
6.82927E-05
0.003294118
0.007466667
0.000622222
7.95732E-06
0.00940864
0.012446
0.093333333
0.122733333
0.107601093
0.008138608
0.043076923
0.445452
0.110133333
3.228860759
0.000619843
10595840
0.022693428
0.448
0.001333333
0.006946219
0.005858526
0.051754713
0.001412391
0.000365059
0.001340333
8.26633E-06
0.050646667
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Table A-5. TWFs for Chemicals in TRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Pollutant
Fomesagen
Formaldehyde
Formic acid
Glycol ethers
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Hexane, n-
Hexazinone
Hydrazine
Hydrochloric acid
Hydrofluoric acid
Hydrogen cyanide
Hydroquinone
lodomethane
Isopropylidenediphenol, 4,4'-
Lead compounds
Malathion
Maleic anhydride
Manganese compounds
MCPP \ Mecoprop
Mercury compounds
Methanol
Methoxyethanol, 2-
Methyl acrylate
Methyl isobutyl ketone
Methyl methacrylate
Methyl propanal, 2-
Methyl tert-butyl ether
Methyl-2-propanol, 2-
Methylenedianiline, 4,4'-
Metribuzin
Molybdenum trioxide
N,N-Dimethylaniline
Nabam
Naphthalene
Nickel compounds
Nitrate compounds
Nitric acid
Nitroaniline, 4-
CAS Number
72178020
50000
64186
N230
118741
77474
67721
110543
51235042
302012
7647010
7664393
74908
123319
74884
80057
N420
121755
108316
N450
93652
N458
67561
109864
96333
108101
80626
78842
1634044
75650
101779
21087649
1313275
121697
142596
91203
N495
N511
7697372
100016
TWF
7.46667E-05
0.002330651
0.00037051
0.000106671
1947.726667
1.07729921
0.18069437
0.035239604
0.000564242
0.06272
2.43478E-05
0.0000056
1.076949677
1.274120273
0.000121052
0.002354074
2.24
56.00644
0.000501026
0.07043299
0.007972135
117.1180233
1.45798E-05
0.000282671
0.012173913
0.000153012
0.000299794
0.002143951
8.44595E-05
3.16384E-05
0.001836066
0.001399356
0.0008
0.007813362
0.287179487
0.015870135
0.108914308
0.000746667
0.000746667
0.000550098
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Table A-5. TWFs for Chemicals in TRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Pollutant
Nitrobenzene
Nitroglycerin
Nitrophenol, 2-
Nitrophenol, 4-
Oxadiazon
Oxydianiline, 4,4'-
Oxyfluorofen
Pendimethalin \ Prowl
Pentachlorobenzene
Pentachloronitrobenzene \ Quintozene
Pentachlorophenol
Peracetic acid
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Phenylphenol, o-
Phosphorus (elemental)
Phthalic anhydride
Picloram
Picoline, 2-
Polychlorinated biphenyls, NOS
Polycyclic aromatic compounds
Polyphase \ Guardsan 388
p-Phenylenediamine
Prometyrn \ Caparol
Propanal
Propargyl alcohol
Propylene
Propylene oxide
Pyridine
Quinoline
sec-Butyl alcohol
Selenium compounds
Silver compounds
Simazine
Sodium Nitrite (as N)
Styrene
Sulruric acid
Sumithrin
Tetrachloroethene
Tetrachloromethane
CAS Number
98953
55630
88755
100027
19666309
101804
42874033
40487421
608935
82688
87865
79210
85018
108952
90437
7723140
85449
1918021
109068
1336363
N590
55406536
106503
7287196
123386
107197
115071
75569
110861
91225
78922
N725
N740
122349
N1000
100425
7664939
26002802
127184
56235
TWF
0.010245846
0.04057971
0.001622718
0.004886942
0.046666667
0.002797203
0.88516129
0.175333333
3.769659091
38.5252
0.558133333
1.77215E-06
0.294736842
0.028003267
0.028248915
21
0.000127964
2.074128074
9.67235E-05
34033.6
100.66
0.000796586
0.000154702
0.087139013
0.000430769
0.038888889
0.000703164
0.021229163
0.003024
13.3462
1.32482E-05
1.121344
16.47072824
0.308
0.0032
0.014024848
0.001333333
42
0.233748392
0.342897059
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Table A-5. TWFs for Chemicals in TRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Pollutant
Tetrachlorvinphos \ Gardona \ Stirofos
Thallium compounds
Thiodicarb
Thiophanate methyl
Thiourea
Thiram
Toluene
Toluene diisocyanate, 2,4-
Toluene diisocyanate, 2,6-
Toluenediamine
Toluidine, o-
Tributyltin oxide
Trichlorobenzene, 1,2,4-
Trichloroethane, 1,1,1-
Trichloroethane, 1,1,2-
Trichloroethene
Trichlorofluoromethane
Trichloromethane
Trichlorophenol, 2,4,6-
Trichloropropane, 1,2,3-
Triclopyr, triethylamine salt
Triethylamine
Trifluralin \ Treflan
Trimethylbenzene, 1,2,4-
Vanadium compounds
Vinyl acetate
Xylene, m-
Xylene, o-
Xylene, p-
Xylenes
Zinc compounds
CAS Number
961115
N760
59669260
23564058
62566
137268
108883
584849
91087
25376458
95534
56359
120821
71556
79005
79016
75694
67663
88062
96184
57213691
121448
1582098
95636
N770
108054
108383
95476
106423
1330207
N982
TWF
0.143485891
1.027058824
2.074074074
0.011612135
0.031111111
0.565253333
0.00562782
0.000340426
0.000341463
0.3388
0.25424
51.21666667
0.02550842
0.004699692
0.036340769
0.019075504
0.001102029
0.002078389
0.497666667
5.264326721
5.09091E-05
0.00014726
6.553164872
0.027586207
0.035
0.0040028
0.001581497
0.004349804
0.004792903
0.004324704
0.046886
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
1 -(3 -chloroally l)-3 , 5 ,7-triaza- 1 -azoniaadamantane
l,l,l,2-Tetrachloro-2-fluoroethane(HCFC-121a)
1,1, 1 ,2-Tetrachloroethane
1,1,1 -Trichloroethane
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloro- 1 -fluoroethane (HCFC- 12 1)
1 , 1 ,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
1 , 1 -Dichloro- 1 ,2,2,3 ,3 -pentafluoropropane (HCFC-22
1 , 1 -Dichloro- 1 ,2,2-trifluoroethane (HCFC- 123b)
1 , 1 -Dichloro- 1 ,2,3 ,3 ,3 -pentafluoropropane (HCFC-22
1 , 1 -Dichloro- 1 -fluoroethane
1,1 -Dimethyl Hydrazine
1 ,2,3 -Trichloropropane
1 ,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
1 ,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
1,2-Butylene oxide
l,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane (DBCP)
1 ,2-Dibromoethane
1 ,2-Dibromotetrafluoroethane
1 ,2-Dichloro- 1 , 1 ,2,3 ,3 -pentafluoropropane (HCFC-22
1 ,2-Dichloro- 1 , 1 ,2-trifluoroethane
1 ,2-Dichloro- 1 , 1 ,3 ,3 ,3 -pentafluoropropane (HCFC-22
1 ,2-Dichloro- 1 , 1 -difluoroethane
1 ,2-Dichlorobenzene
1 ,2-Dichloroethane
1 ,2-Dichloroethylene
1 ,2-Dichloropropane
1 ,2-Diphenylhydrazine
1 ,2-Phenylenediamine
1 ,2-Phenylenediamine dihydrochloride
1,3 -Butadiene
1 ,3 -Dichloro- 1 , 1 ,2,2,3 -pentafluoropropane
1 ,3 -Dichloro- 1 , 1 ,2,3 ,3 -pentafluoropropane (HCFC-22
1 ,3 -Dichlorobenzene
1 ,3 -Dichloropropylene
1 ,3 -Phenylenediamine
1 ,4-Dichloro-2-butene
1 ,4-Dichlorobenzene
1 ,4-Phenylenediamine dihydrochloride
1 -Amino-2-methyl-anthraquinone
CAS#
4080313
354110
630206
71556
354143
79345
79005
13474889
812044
111512562
1717006
57147
96184
120821
95636
106887
96128
106934
124732
422446
354234
431867
1649087
95501
107062
540590
78875
122667
95545
615281
106990
507551
136013791
541731
542756
108452
764410
106467
624180
82280
POTW Removal
45%
62%
59%
90%
62%
33%
40%
100%
97%
100%
91%
75%
52%
86%
94%
76%
33%
54%
98%
100%
97%
100%
95%
89%
89%
72%
68%
62%
45%
45%
97%
100%
100%
77%
83%
45%
90%
75%
45%
86%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
1 -Bromo- 1 -(bromo methyl)- 1 ,3 -propanedicarbonitrile
1 -Chloro- 1 , 1 ,2,2-tetrafluoroethane
1 -Chloro- 1 , 1 -difluoroethane
2,2-Dichloro- 1 , 1 , 1 ,3 ,3 -pentafluoropropane (HCFC-22
2,2-Dichloro- 1 ,1,1 -trifluoroethane
2,3,5-trimethylphenylmethylcarbamate
2,3 -Dichloro- 1 , 1 , 1 ,2,3 -pentafluoropropane (HCFC-22
2,3 -Dichloropropene
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
2,4-D ((2,4-dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid)
2,4-D 2-ethyl-4-methylpentyl ester
2,4-D 2-ethylhexyl ester
2,4-D butoxyethyl ester
2,4-D butyl ester
2,4-D chlorocrotyl ester
2,4-D isopropyl ester
2,4-D sodium salt
2,4-D, propylene glycol butyl ether ester
2,4-DB
2,4-Diaminoanisole
2,4-Diaminoanisole sulfate
2,4-Diaminotoluene
2,4-Dichlorophenol
2,4-Dimethylphenol
2,4-Dinitrophenol
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
2,4-Dithiobiuret
2,4-DP (Dichlorprop)
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
2,6-Xylidine
2-Acetylaminofluorene
2-Aminoanthraquinone
2-Chloro- 1 , 1 , 1,2-tetrafluoroethane
2-Chloro-l, 1, 1 -trifluoroethane
2-Chloroacetophenone
2-Ethoxyethanol
2-Mercaptobenzothiazole
2-Methoxyethanol
2-Methyllactonitrile
CAS#
35691657
354256
75683
128903219
306832
2655154
422480
78886
95954
88062
94757
53404378
1928434
1929733
94804
2971382
94111
2702729
1320189
94826
615054
39156417
95807
120832
105679
51285
121142
541537
120365
606202
87627
53963
117793
2837890
75887
532274
110805
149304
109864
75865
POTW Removal
46%
100%
97%
100%
97%
78%
100%
66%
75%
28%
49%
100%
100%
99%
100%
100%
98%
94%
100%
89%
45%
45%
45%
95%
51%
78%
47%
49%
66%
78%
47%
58%
48%
100%
99%
46%
92%
48%
92%
100%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
2-Methylpyridine
2-Nitrophenol
2-Nitropropane
2-Phenylphenol
3 ,3 -Dichloro- 1 , 1 , 1 ,2,2-pentafluoropropane (HCFC-22
3 ,3 '-Dichlorobenzidine
3 ,3 '-Dichlorobenzidine dihydrochloride
3, 3 '-Dichlorobenzidine sulfate
3 ,3 '-Dimethoxybenzidine
3 ,3 '-Dimethoxybenzidine dihydrochloride
3, 3 '-Dimethoxybenzidine hydrochloride
3 ,3 '-Dimethylbenzidine
3 ,3 '-Dimethylbenzidine dihydrochloride
3 ,3 '-Dimethylbenzidine dihydrofluoride
3 -Chloro- 1 , 1 , 1 -trifluoropropane (HCFC-25 3fb)
3 -Chloro-2 -methyl- 1 -propene
3 -Chloropropionitrile
3-Iodo-2-propynyl butylcarbamate
4,4'-Diaminodiphenylether
4,4'-Diphenylmethane diisocyanate
4,4'-Isopropylidenediphenol
4,4'-Methylenebis(2-chloroaniline)
4,4'-Methylenebis(N,N-dimethylbenzenamine)
4,4'-Methylenedianiline
4,4'-Thiodianiline
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol
4-Aminoazobenzene
4-Aminodiphenyl
4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene
4-Nitrobiphenyl
4-Nitrophenol
5-Nitro-o-anisidine
5-Nitro-o-toluidine
Abamectin
Acephate
Acetaldehyde
Acetamide
Acetonitrile
Acetophenone
Acifluorfen, sodium salt
CAS#
109068
88755
79469
90437
422560
91941
612839
64969342
119904
20325400
111984099
119937
612828
41766750
460355
563473
542767
55406536
101804
101688
80057
101144
101611
101779
139651
534521
60093
92671
60117
92933
100027
99592
99558
71751412
30560191
75070
60355
75058
98862
62476599
POTW Removal
92%
27%
76%
95%
100%
68%
68%
68%
46%
46%
46%
77%
55%
48%
99%
96%
46%
77%
76%
100%
86%
82%
93%
75%
47%
47%
65%
53%
96%
93%
78%
46%
46%
98%
45%
92%
92%
75%
95%
75%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Acrolein
Acrylamide
Acrylic acid
Acrylonitrile
Alachlor
Aldicarb
Aldrin
Allyl alcohol
Allyl chloride
Allylamine
alpha-Hexachlorocyclohexane
alpha-Naphthylamine
Aluminum (fume or dust)
Aluminum oxide (fibrous forms)
Aluminum phosphide
Ametryn
Amitraz
Amitrole
Ammonia
Ammonium nitrate (solution)
Ammonium sulfate
Anilazine
Aniline
Anthracene
Antimony
Antimony compounds
Arsenic
Arsenic compounds
Asbestos (friable)
Atrazine
Auramine
Barium
Barium compounds
Bendiocarb
Benfluralin
Benomyl
Benzal chloride
Benzamide
Benzene
Benzidine
CAS#
107028
79061
79107
107131
15972608
116063
309002
107186
107051
107119
319846
134327
7429905
1344281
20859738
834128
33089611
61825
7664417
6484522
7783202
101053
62533
120127
7440360
NO 10
7440382
N020
1332214
1912249
492808
7440393
N040
22781233
1861401
17804352
98873
55210
71432
92875
POTW Removal
78%
92%
92%
95%
89%
46%
99%
92%
84%
75%
85%
76%
91%
1.9%
1.9%
55%
99%
45%
39%
1.9%
1.9%
81%
93%
96%
67%
67%
66%
66%
0%
26%
50%
55%
55%
77%
97%
51%
100%
92%
95%
75%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Benzo(g,h,i)perylene
Benzotrichloride
Benzoyl chloride
Benzoyl peroxide
Benzyl chloride
Beryllium
Beryllium compounds
beta-Naphthylamine
beta-Propiolactone
Bifenthrin
Biphenyl
Bis(2-chloro-l-methethyl)ether
Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane
Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether
Bis(chloromethyl)ether
Bis(tributyltin) oxide
Boron trichloride
Boron trifluoride
Bromacil
Bromacil lithium salt
Bromine
Bromochlorodifluoromethane
Bromoform (Tribromomethane)
Bromomethane (Methyl bromide)
Bromotrifluoromethane (Halon 1301)
Bromoxynil
Bromoxynil octanoate
Brucine
Butyl acrylate
Butyraldehyde
C.I. Acid Green 3
C.I. Acid Red 114
C.I. Basic Green 4
C.I. Basic Red 1
C.I. Direct Black 3 8
C.I. Direct Blue 2 18
C.I. Direct Blue 6
C.I. Direct Brown 95
C.I. Disperse Yellow 3
C.I. Food Red 15
CAS#
191242
98077
98884
94360
100447
7440417
N050
91598
57578
82657043
92524
108601
111911
111444
542881
56359
10294345
7637072
314409
53404196
7726956
353593
75252
74839
75638
1689845
1689992
357573
141322
123728
4680788
6459945
569642
989388
1937377
28407376
2602462
16071866
2832408
81889
POTW Removal
0%
100%
100%
97%
78%
61%
61%
77%
96%
100%
96%
50%
23%
23%
100%
91%
1.9%
1.9%
47%
46%
1.9%
97%
55%
77%
99%
87%
100%
46%
93%
92%
45%
100%
45%
100%
98%
0%
54%
100%
84%
46%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
C.I. Food Red 5
C.I. Solvent Orange 7
C.I. Solvent Yellow 14
C.I. Solvent Yellow 3
C.I. Vat Yellow 4
Cadmium
Cadmium compounds
Calcium cyanamide
Captan
Carbaryl
Carbofuran
Carbon disulfide
Carbon tetrachloride
Carbonyl sulfide
Carboxin
Catechol
CFC 114 (l,2-dichloro,l,l,2,2-tetrafluoroethane)
CFC 115 (chloropentafluoroethane)
CFC- 11 (trichlorofluoromethane)
CFC- 12 (dichlorodifluoromethane)
Chinomethionat (6-methyl-l,3-dithiolo[4,5-b]quinox
Chloramben
Chlordane
Chlorendic acid
Chlorimuron ethyl
Chlorine
Chlorine dioxide
Chloroacetic acid
Chlorobenzene
Chlorobenzilate
Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22)
Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride)
Chloroform
Chloromethane
Chloromethyl methyl ether
Chlorophenols
Chloropicrin
Chloroprene
Chlorotetrafluoroethane
Chlorothalonil
CAS#
3761533
3118976
842079
97563
128665
7440439
N078
156627
133062
63252
1563662
75150
56235
463581
5234684
120809
76142
76153
75694
75718
2439012
133904
57749
115286
90982324
7782505
10049044
79118
108907
510156
75456
75003
67663
74873
107302
N084
76062
126998
63938103
1897456
POTW Removal
49%
100%
99%
91%
99%
90%
90%
1.9%
77%
93%
93%
84%
93%
96%
76%
92%
100%
100%
77%
99%
77%
46%
99%
33%
77%
100%
1.9%
92%
96%
97%
61%
78%
73%
88%
100%
96%
62%
96%
100%
82%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Chlorotrifluoromethane
Chlorpyrifos methyl
Chlorsulfuron
Chromium
Chromium compounds
Cobalt
Cobalt compounds
Copper
Copper compounds
Creosote, coal tar
Cresol (mixed isomers)
Crotonaldehyde
Cumene
Cumene hydroperoxide
Cupferron
Cyanazine
Cyanide compounds
Cycloate
Cyclohexane
Cyclohexanol
Cyfluthrin
Cyhalothrin
Dazomet
Dazomet, sodium salt
Decabromodiphenyl ether
Desmedipham
Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
Diallate
Diaminotoluene (mixed isomers)
Diazinon
Diazomethane
Dibenzofuran
Dibutyl phthalate
Dicamba
Dichloran
Dichloro- 1 , 1 ,2-trifluoroethane
Dichlorobenzene (mixed isomers)
Dichlorobromomethane
Dichlorofluoromethane
Dichloromethane
CAS#
75729
5598130
64902723
7440473
N090
7440484
N096
7440508
N100
8001589
1319773
4170303
98828
80159
135206
21725462
N106
1134232
110827
108930
68359375
68085858
533744
53404607
1163195
13684565
117817
2303164
25376458
333415
334883
132649
84742
1918009
99309
90454185
25321226
75274
75434
75092
POTW Removal
100%
98%
47%
80%
80%
10%
10%
84%
84%
0%
92%
92%
98%
76%
22%
24%
70%
94%
89%
92%
100%
100%
97%
46%
99%
91%
60%
86%
85%
93%
92%
98%
85%
47%
51%
97%
75%
64%
71%
54%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Dichloropentafluoropropane
Dichlorophene
Dichlorotrifluoroethane
Dichlorvos
Diclofop methyl
Dicofol
Dicyclopentadiene
Diepoxybutane
Diethanolamine
Diethatyl ethyl
Diethyl sulfate
Diflubenzuron
Diglycidyl resorcinol ether
Dihydrosafrole
Diisocyanates
Dimethipin
Dimethoate
Dimethyl chlorothiophosphate
Dimethyl phthalate
Dimethyl sulfate
Dimethylamine
Dimethylamine dicamba
Dimethylcarbamyl chloride
Dinitrobutyl phenol (Dinoseb)
Dinitrotoluene (mixed isomers)
Dinocap
Dioxane
Dioxin and dioxin-like compounds
Diphenamid
Diphenylamine
Dipotassium endothall
Dipropyl isocinchomeronate
Disodium cyanodithioimidocarbonate
Diuron
Dodine
D-trans-allethrin (D-trans-chrysanthemic acid of D
Epichlorohydrin
Ethoprop
Ethyl acrylate
Ethyl chloroformate
CAS#
127564925
97234
34077877
62737
51338273
115322
77736
1464535
111422
38727558
64675
35367385
101906
94586
N120
55290647
60515
2524030
131113
77781
124403
2300665
79447
88857
25321146
39300453
123911
N150
957517
122394
2164070
136458
138932
330541
2439103
28057489
106898
13194484
140885
541413
POTW Removal
100%
78%
97%
75%
96%
98%
97%
75%
92%
90%
95%
94%
75%
71%
0%
45%
45%
97%
78%
97%
92%
46%
100%
46%
62%
100%
46%
83%
53%
77%
76%
97%
78%
51%
75%
99%
46%
71%
92%
82%
        A-129

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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate
Ethylbenzene
Ethylene
Ethylene glycol
Ethylene oxide
Ethylene thiourea
Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid, salts and esters
Ethyleneimine (Aziridine)
Ethylidene dichloride
Famphur
Fenarimol
Fenbutatin oxide (Vendex)
Fenoxaprop ethyl
Fenoxycarb
Fenpropathrin
Fenthion
Fenvalerate
Ferbam
Fluazifop butyl
Fluometuron
Fluorine
Fluorouracil (5-fluorouracil)
Fluvalinate
Folpet
Fomesafen
Formaldehyde
Formic acid
Freon 113
Glycol ethers
Heptachlor
Hexachloro- 1 , 3 -butadiene
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Hexachloroethane
Hexachloronaphthalene
Hexachlorophene
Hexamethylphosphoramide
Hexazinone
Hydramethylnon
Hydrazine
CAS#
759944
100414
74851
107211
75218
96457
N171
151564
75343
52857
60168889
13356086
66441234
72490018
39515418
55389
51630581
14484641
69806504
2164172
7782414
51218
69409945
133073
72178020
50000
64186
76131
N230
76448
87683
118741
77474
67721
1335871
70304
680319
51235042
67485294
302012
POTW Removal
60%
94%
99%
92%
92%
45%
1.9%
46%
70%
76%
71%
94%
100%
98%
100%
96%
100%
45%
100%
48%
1.9%
45%
100%
80%
53%
92%
92%
100%
92%
99%
95%
98%
99%
77%
99%
99%
45%
85%
100%
85%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Hydrazine sulfate
Hydrochloric acid
Hydrogen cyanide
Hydrogen fluoride
Hydroquinone
Imazalil
Iron pentacarbonyl
Isobutyraldehyde
Isodrin
Isofenphos
Isopropyl alcohol
Isosafrole
Lactofen
Lead
Lead compounds
Lindane
Linuron
Lithium carbonate
Malathion
Maleic anhydride
Malononitrile
Maneb
Manganese
Manganese compounds
m-Cresol
m-Dinitrobenzene
Mecoprop
Mercury
Mercury compounds
Merphos
Methacrylonitrile
Metham sodium
Methanol
Methazole
Methiocarb
Methoxone (MCPA)
Methoxone sodium salt
Methoxychlor
Methyl acrylate
Methyl chlorocarbonate
CAS#
10034932
7647010
74908
7664393
123319
35554440
13463406
78842
465736
25311711
67630
120581
77501634
7439921
N420
58899
330552
554132
121755
108316
109773
12427382
7439965
N450
108394
99650
93652
7439976
N458
150505
126987
137428
67561
20354261
2032657
94746
3653483
72435
96333
79221
POTW Removal
1.9%
100%
70%
1.9%
92%
79%
0%
92%
99%
96%
92%
64%
99%
77%
77%
75%
59%
1.9%
93%
100%
45%
1.9%
41%
41%
92%
46%
58%
90%
90%
100%
76%
76%
92%
60%
81%
61%
75%
99%
92%
100%
        A-131

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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Methyl ethyl ketone
Methyl hydrazine
Methyl iodide
Methyl isobutyl ketone
Methyl isocyanate
Methyl isothiocyanate
Methyl methacrylate
Methyl parathion
Methyl tert-butyl ether
Methylene bromide
Metiram
Metribuzin
Mevinphos
Michlers Ketone
Molinate
Molybdenum trioxide
Monuron
Mustard gas
m-Xylene
Myclobutanil
N,N-Dimethylaniline
N,N-Dimethylformamide
Nabam
Naled
Naphthalene
n-Butyl alcohol
n-Hexane
Nickel
Nickel compounds
Nicotine and salts
Nitrapyrin
Nitrate compounds
Nitric acid
Nitrilotriacetic acid
Nitrobenzene
Nitrofen
Nitrogen mustard
Nitroglycerin
N-methy 1-2 -py rrolidone
N-methylolacrylamide
CAS#
78933
60344
74884
108101
624839
556616
80626
298000
1634044
74953
9006422
21087649
7786347
90948
2212671
1313275
150685
505602
108383
88671890
121697
68122
142596
300765
91203
71363
110543
7440020
N495
N503
1929824
N511
7697372
139139
98953
1836755
51752
55630
872504
924425
POTW Removal
97%
75%
75%
88%
100%
100%
100%
94%
53%
56%
1.9%
46%
92%
60%
60%
2.5%
23%
100%
65%
68%
49%
85%
90%
75%
95%
92%
100%
51%
51%
1.9%
66%
90%
90%
92%
92%
96%
99%
75%
92%
92%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
N-Nitrosodiethylamine
N-Nitrosodimethylamine
N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine
N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine
N-Nitrosodiphenylamine
N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine
N-Nitrosomorpholine
N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea
N-Nitroso-N-methylurea
N-Nitrosonornicotine
N-Nitrosopiperidine
Norflurazon
o-Anisidine
o-Anisidine hydrochloride
o-Cresol
Octachloronaphthalene
Octochlorostyrene
o-Dinitrobenzene
Oryzalin
Osmium tetroxide
o-Toluidine
o-Toluidine hydrochloride
Oxadiazon
Oxydemeton methyl
Oxyfluorfen
o-Xylene
Ozone
p-Anisidine
Paraldehyde
Paraquat dichloride
Parathion
p-Chloroaniline
p-Chloro-o-toluidine
p-Chlorophenyl isocyanate
p-Cresidine
p-Cresol
p-Dinitrobenzene
Pebulate
Pendimetharin
Pentachlorobenzene
CAS#
55185
62759
924163
621647
86306
4549400
59892
759739
684935
16543558
100754
27314132
90040
134292
95487
2234131
29082744
528290
19044883
20816120
95534
636215
19666309
301122
42874033
95476
10028156
104949
123637
1910425
56382
106478
95692
104121
120718
106445
100254
1114712
40487421
608935
POTW Removal
22%
78%
47%
46%
90%
59%
45%
45%
45%
45%
77%
48%
75%
46%
53%
99%
0%
46%
51%
2.5%
93%
46%
97%
75%
97%
77%
1.9%
92%
45%
45%
98%
46%
48%
99%
46%
72%
46%
98%
99%
84%
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Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Pentachloroethane
Pentachlorophenol
Pentobarbital sodium
Perchloromethyl mercaptan
Permethrin
Peroxyacetic acid
Phenanthrene
Phenol
Phenothrin
Phenytoin
Phosgene
Phosphine
Phosphorus (yellow or white)
Phthalic anhydride
Picloram
Picric acid
Piperonyl butoxide
Pirimiphos methyl
p-Nitroaniline
p-Nitrosodiphenylamine
Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs)
Polychlorinated alkanes
Fob/chlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
Polycyclic aromatic compounds
Potassium bromate
Potassium dimethyldithiocarbamate
Potassium N-methyldithiocarbamate
p-Phenylenediamine
Profenofos
Prometryn
Pronamide
Propachlor
Propane sultone
Propanil
Propargite
Propargyl alcohol
Propetamphos
Propiconazole
Propionaldehyde
Propoxur
CAS#
76017
87865
57330
594423
52645531
79210
85018
108952
26002802
57410
75445
7803512
7723140
85449
1918021
88891
51036
29232937
100016
156105
N575
N583
1336363
N590
7758012
128030
137417
106503
41198087
7287196
23950585
1918167
1120714
709988
2312358
107197
31218834
60207901
123386
114261
POTW Removal
58%
36%
47%
88%
100%
92%
95%
95%
100%
49%
100%
1.9%
69%
99%
10%
22%
97%
97%
46%
58%
94%
0%
99%
93%
1.9%
77%
76%
45%
99%
44%
70%
76%
71%
56%
100%
92%
78%
68%
92%
92%
        A-134

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 Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Propylene (Propene)
Propylene oxide
Propyleneimine
p-Xylene
Pyridine
Quinoline
Quinone
Quintozene
Quizalofop-ethyl
Resmethrin
S,S,S-tributyltrithiophosphate
Saccharin (manufacturing)
Safrole
sec-Butyl alcohol
Selenium
Selenium compounds
Sethoxydim
Silver
Silver compounds
Simazine
Sodium azide
Sodium dicamba
Sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate
Sodium fluoroacetate
Sodium nitrite
Sodium Nitrite (as N)
Sodium o-phenylphenoxide
Sodium pentachlorophenate
Strychnine and salts
Styrene
Styrene oxide
Sulfuric acid
Sulfuryl fluoride (Vikane)
Sulprofos
Tebuthiuron
Temephos
Terbacil
tert-Butyl alcohol
Tetrabromobisphenol-A (TBBPA)
Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene)
CAS#
115071
75569
75558
106423
110861
91225
106514
82688
76578148
10453868
78488
81072
94597
78922
7782492
N725
74051802
7440224
N740
122349
26628228
1982690
128041
62748
7632000
N1000
132274
131522
N746
100425
96093
7664939
2699798
35400432
34014181
3383968
5902512
75650
79947
127184
POTW Removal
99%
92%
75%
96%
95%
76%
52%
90%
98%
100%
100%
75%
67%
92%
34%
34%
84%
88%
88%
23%
1.9%
47%
77%
75%
1.9%
90%
95%
96%
2.2%
94%
75%
100%
1.9%
100%
23%
100%
46%
46%
0%
85%
        A-135

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 Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Tetrachlorvinphos
Tetracycline hydrochloride
Tetramethrin
Thallium
Thallium compounds
Thiabendazole
Thioacetamide
Thiobencarb
Thiodicarb
Thiophanate ethyl
Thiophanate-methyl
Thiosemicarbazide
Thiourea
Thiram
Thorium dioxide
Titanium tetrachloride
Toluene
Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate
Toluene-2,6-diisocyanate
Toluenediisocyanate
Toxaphene
trans- 1 ,3 -Dichloropropene
trans- 1 ,4-Dichloro-2-butene
Triadimefon
Triallate
Triaziquone
Tribenuron methyl
Tributyltin fluoride
Tributyltin methacrylate
Trichlorfon
Trichloroacetyl chloride
Trichloroethylene
Triclopyr triethylammonium salt
Triethylamine
Trifluralin
Triforine
Triphenyltin chloride
Triphenyltin hydroxide
Tris(2,3 -dibromopropyl)phosphate
Trypan blue
CAS#
961115
64755
7696120
7440280
N760
148798
62555
28249776
59669260
23564069
23564058
79196
62566
137268
1314201
7550450
108883
584849
91087
26471625
8001352
10061026
110576
43121433
2303175
68768
101200480
1983104
2155706
52686
76028
79016
57213691
121448
1582098
26644462
639587
76879
126727
72571
POTW Removal
89%
45%
99%
54%
54%
49%
46%
65%
75%
87%
75%
45%
75%
75%
2.5%
2.0%
96%
99%
99%
99%
99%
79%
80%
52%
95%
45%
78%
50%
38%
92%
100%
87%
75%
48%
97%
76%
39%
14%
100%
45%
        A-136

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 Appendix A - Supplemental Materials for EAD 's Screening-Level Analysis
Table A-6. POTW Removals
Chemical
Urethane (Ethyl carbamate)
Vanadium
Vanadium compounds
Vinclozolin
Vinyl acetate
Vinyl bromide
Vinyl chloride
Vinylidene chloride (1,1-dichloroethylene)
Warfarin and salts
Xylene (mixed isomers)
Zinc (fume or dust)
Zinc compounds
Zineb
CAS#
51796
7440622
N770
50471448
108054
593602
75014
75354
N874
1330207
7440666
N982
12122677
POTW Removal
45%
8.3%
8.3%
68%
92%
95%
92%
78%
3.4%
96%
79%
79%
98%
        A-137

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                                 Appendix B

 SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRIRELEASES2007
                             and DMRLOADS2007

Table B-l     Corrections Made to TRIReleases2007
Table B-2     Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Table B-3     Parameters Excluded from DMRLoads2007

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        Appendix B - Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Table B-l. Corrections Made to TRIReleases2007
Type of
Change
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
Load
Load
NAICS
Dioxin
Distribution
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
Dioxin
Distribution
NAICS
Dioxin
Distribution
NAICS
NAICS
Old
NAICS
562211
562211
311119
311119
562211
325120
325120


562211

562211
562211
562211
562920

562211

335991
562211
New
NAICS
CWT
CWT
311119P
311119P
CWT
CWT
CWT


CWT

CWT
CWT
CWT
CWT

CWT

325182
CWT
TRIID
060 10-CLNHR-5 IBRD
06451-NTDLR-136GR
07003 -HRTZM-192BL
07003 -HRTZM-192BL
07032-SWWST-115JA
08023-DPNTC-RT130
08023-DPNTC-RT130
08023-DPNTC-RT130
14094-MLWRD-500MI
14107-CWMCH-1550B
14652-STMNK-1669L
15698-MLLSR-
CEMET
17404-NVRTF-730VO
27407-CFLNC-2750P
29073 -SFTYK-1 30 AF
35035-CHBPR-RT1BO
35459-CHMCL-
HWY17
38127-DPNTM-2571F
38401-CRCRB-
SANTA
40068-SFTYK-3700L
Facility Name
Clean Harbors Of
Connecticut Inc
United Oil Recovery Inc.
Hartz Mountain Corp
Hartz Mountain Corp
Clean Earth Of North
Jersey Inc.
Dupont Chambers Works
Dupont Chambers Works
Dupont Chambers Works
Milward Alloys Inc
Cwm Chemical Services
Lie
Eastman Kodak Co Kodak
Park
Max Environmental Yukon
Facility
Envirite Of Pennsylvania
Inc.
Ecoflo Inc
Safety -Kleen Lexington
Cahaba Pressure Treated
Forest Products Inc.
Chemical Waste
Management
Du Pont Memphis Plant
Ucar Carbon Co Inc.
Safety -Kleen Systems Inc
City
Bristol
Meriden
Bloomfield
Bloomfield
South Kearny
Deepwater
Deepwater
Deepwater
Lockport
Model City
Rochester
Yukon
York
Greensboro
Lexington
Brierfield
Emelle
Memphis
Columbia
Smithfield
State
CT
CT
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NY
NY
NY
PA
PA
NC
sc
AL
AL
TN
TN
KY
Discharge
Type







Direct
Indirect

Direct




Direct

Indirect


Chemical


Phenothrin
Tetrachlorvinos

Chlordane
Hexachlorobenzene
Hexachlorobenzene
Phosphorous
(Yellow or white)

Dioxin and Dioxin-
Like Compounds




Dioxin and Dioxin-
Like Compounds

Dioxin and Dioxin-
Like Compounds


Old
Load
(Ib/yr)







21
1.6

New
Load
(Ib/yr)







0
0

See DCN
06409








See DCN
05384


See DCN
03323




                       B-l

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        Appendix B - Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Table B-l. Corrections Made to TRIReleases2007
Type of
Change
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
Load
NAICS
NAICS
Old
NAICS
562112
562211
562219
562211
562211
562211
562211
562211
562219
562211
562211
562000
562211
562211
562219
562211
562211
562219

562211
562211
New
NAICS
we
we
CWT
CWT
LNDFLL
CWT
CWT
CWT
CWT
4953L
CWT
CWT
CWT
CWT
LNDFLL
CWT
CWT
CWT

CWT
CWT
TRIID
43920-VNRLL-1250S
44044-RSSNC-36790
44115-RSRCH-2655T
44707-NVRTF-2050C
45232-SPRNG-4879S
45427-PRMFX-300SW
45449-CWMRS-4301I
46231-HRTGN-7901W
46402-BVRLC-1040M
48111-WYNDS-49350
48174-MCHGN-36345
48211-DYNCL-6520G
48211-SLCTY-1923F
55113-SFLTR-2430R
60409-CDRCY-138TH
60419-SFTYK-633E1
60426-NVRTF-16435
60525-BVRLC-6037L
60608-HKRMR- 1 3 59 W
60617-CLNHR-11800
62201-TRDWS-7MOBI
Facility Name
Von Roll America Inc
Ross Incineration Services
Inc
General Environmental
Management
Envirite Of Ohio Inc.
Spring Grove Resource
Recovery
Perma-Fix Of Dayton Inc
Onyx Environmental
Services LLC
Heritage Environmental
Services LLC
Beaver Oil Co Inc Plant 2
Wayne Disposal Inc
Eq Resource Recovery Inc.
Dynecol Inc
Eq Detroit Inc.
Usfilter Recovery Services
Inc
Cid Recycling & Disposal
Facility
Safety -Kleen Systems Inc
Envirite Of Illinois Inc.
Beaver Oil Co Inc
H Kramer & Co
Clean Harbors Services Inc
Onyx Environmental
Services
City
East
Liverpool
Grafton
Cleveland
Canton
Cincinnati
Dayton
West
Carrollton
Indianapolis
Gary
Belleville
Romulus
Detroit
Detroit
Ro Seville
Calumet City
Dolton
Harvey
Hodgkins
Chicago
Chicago
Sauget
State
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
IN
IN
MI
MI
MI
MI
MN
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
Discharge
Type


















Indirect


Chemical


















Phosphorous
(yellow or white)


Old
Load
(Ib/yr)


















11


New
Load
(Ib/yr)


















0


                       B-2

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        Appendix B - Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Table B-l. Corrections Made to TRIReleases2007
Type of
Change
NAICS
Dioxin
Distribution
NAICS
Dioxin
Distribution
Dioxin
Distribution
Load
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
Old
NAICS
325412

562211



562211
562211
562211
562211
562211
562211
562211
562211
562213
562211
562211
New
NAICS
325412P

CWT



we
LNDFLL
CWT
we
we
CWT
CWT
CWT
LNDFLL
CWT
CWT
TRIID
66024-FRMNT-15THA
70669-KRNSL-3300B
70807-SFTYK-13351
71360-DRWDT-
WADLE
71360-DRWDT-
WADLE
71602-SRMYP-10020
71730-NVRNM-
309AM
77087-STNVR-5743C
77536-MPKNC-2759B
77536-SFTYK-2027B
77539-DRTHR-2700A
77643 -WSTMN-
HWY73
85226-RMCNV-6760W
90023-DKNVR-3650E
90040-CMMRC-5926S
90058-SFLTR-5375S
90301-RHCHM-425IS
Facility Name
Boehringer Ingelheim
Vetmedica Inc
Louisiana Pigment Co LP
Clean Harbors Baton
Rouge LLC
Colfax Treating Co LLC
Colfax Treating Co LLC
U.S. Army Pine Bluff
Arsenal
Tens LLC
Set Environmental Inc.
Vopak Logistics Services
Usa Inc.
Clean Harbors Deer Park
LP
Duratherm
Onyx Environmental
Services LLC
Romic Environmental
Technologies Inc
Dk Environmental Inc.
Commerce Refuse-To-
Energy Authority
Usfilter Recovery Services
(Ca) Inc
Rho-Chem Corp
City
Elwood
Westlake
Baton Rouge
Pineville
Pineville
Pine Bluff
El Dorado
Houston
Deer Park
Deer Park
San Leon
Port Arthur
Chandler
Los Angeles
Commerce
Vernon
Inglewood
State
KS
LA
LA
LA
LA
AR
AR
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
AZ
CA
CA
CA
CA
Discharge
Type

Direct

Direct
Indirect
Direct











Chemical

Dioxin and Dioxin-
Like Compounds

Dioxin and Dioxin-
Like Compounds
Dioxin and Dioxin-
Like Compounds
Phosphorous
(yellow or white)











Old
Load
(Ib/yr)

New
Load
(Ib/yr)

See DCN
06849


See DCN
04384
See DCN
04384
0.5











0











                       B-3

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        Appendix B - Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRIReleases2007 and DMRLoads2007
Table B-l. Corrections Made to TRIReleases2007
Type of
Change
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
NAICS
Old
NAICS
562211
562211
562211
562211
562211
New
NAICS
LNDFLL
LNDFLL
CWT
CWT
CWT
TRIID
91702-LSLVN-1704W
93206-SFTYK-2500W
95133-SFTYK-1021B
98032-BRLNG-20245
98421-BRLNG-1701E
Facility Name
Onyx Environmental
Services LLC
Clean Harbors
Button-willow LLC
Clean Harbors San Jose
LLC
Burlington Environmental
Inc
Burlington Environmental
Inc
City
Azusa
Buttonwillow
San Jose
Kent
Tacoma
State
CA
CA
CA
WA
WA
Discharge
Type





Chemical





Old
Load
(Ib/yr)





New
Load
(Ib/yr)





                       B-4

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
NPID
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
Facility Name
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
Location
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
003
003
003
003
003
003
004
004
004
004
004
004
007
007
008
008
009
009
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00310
00310
00310
00310
00310
00310
00310
00310
00340
00340
00340
00340
00340
Date
070131
070228
070331
071031
071130
071231
070131
070228
070331
071031
071130
071231
070131
070228
070331
071031
071130
071231
070228
071130
070228
071130
070228
071130
070131
070228
070331
070430
070531
071031
071130
071231
070131
070228
070331
070430
070531
Old Value
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
D
D
D
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
New Value
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
                    B-5

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
DRID
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0029378
AL0000035
AL0000035
AL0055841
AL0055841
AL0055841
AL0055841
AL0056251
AL0056251
AL0056251
AL0056251
AL0056251
AL0056251
AL0056251
AL0056251
AL0060470
AL0060470
AL0068497
AL0068497
AL0069272
AL0069272
AL0070271
AL0070271
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
Facility Name
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
WISE ALLOYS LLC
WISE ALLOYS LLC
GULF SHORES WATER
GULF SHORES WATER
GULF SHORES WATER
GULF SHORES WATER
NORTH SHELBY COUNTY
NORTH SHELBY COUNTY
NORTH SHELBY COUNTY
NORTH SHELBY COUNTY
NORTH SHELBY COUNTY
NORTH SHELBY COUNTY
NORTH SHELBY COUNTY
NORTH SHELBY COUNTY
RUSSELL VILL PILGRIMS PRIDE
RUSSELL VILL PILGRIMS PRIDE
BILLYS SEAFOOD INC
BILLYS SEAFOOD INC
POWER SYSTEMS
POWER SYSTEMS
SOUTHWEST WATER
SOUTHWEST WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
Location
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
MUSCLE SHOALS, AL
MUSCLE SHOALS, AL
GULF SHORES, AL
GULF SHORES, AL
GULF SHORES, AL
GULF SHORES, AL
SHELBY, AL
SHELBY, AL
SHELBY, AL
SHELBY, AL
SHELBY, AL
SHELBY, AL
SHELBY, AL
SHELBY, AL
RUSSELL VILLE, AL
RUSSELL VILLE, AL
BON SECOUR, AL
BON SECOUR, AL
WILSONVTLLE, AL
WILSONVILLE, AL
HUNTSVILLE, AL
HUNTSVTLLE, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
004
004
003
003
003
003
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
004
004
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
1
1
G
G
1
1
G
G












PRAM
00340
00340
00340
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
00610
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071130
071231
070131
070228
070331
070430
070531
071031
071130
071231
071031
071031
071031
071031
071031
071031
071031
071031
071031
071031
071231
071231
071231
071231
070630
070630
070228
070228
071231
071231
070131
070131
070930
070930
070228
070228
Old Value
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
1,478
1,478
1,988
1,988
1,988
1,988
1,462
1,462
1,462
1,462
1,597
1,597
1,597
1,597
3,808
3,808
4,600
4,600
1,763
1,763
1,371
1,371
1,340
1,340
1,350
1,350
New Value
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
1.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
3.8
3.8
4.6
4.6
1.8
1.8
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.4

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0073768
AL0074667
AL0074667
AL0076414
AL0076414
AL0076414
AL0076414
AZ0000124
AZ0000124
AZ0000124
AZ0000124
AZ0000124
AZ0000124
CA0081434
CA0081434
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
Facility Name
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
HAMILTON WATER
BARTON OPERATIONS
BARTON OPERATIONS
MOBILE CO RV DELTA
MOBILE CO RV DELTA
MOBILE CO RV DELTA
MOBILE CO RV DELTA
WILLIAMS CREEK HATCHERY
WILLIAMS CREEK HATCHERY
WILLIAMS CREEK HATCHERY
WILLIAMS CREEK HATCHERY
WILLIAMS CREEK HATCHERY
WILLIAMS CREEK HATCHERY
GALT SD WWTF
GALT SD WWTF
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
Location
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
HAMILTON, AL
CHEROKEE, AL
CHEROKEE, AL
CREOLA, AL
CREOLA, AL
CREOLA, AL
CREOLA, AL
WILLIAMS /C/, AZ
WILLIAMS /C/, AZ
WILLIAMS /C/, AZ
WILLIAMS /C/, AZ
WILLIAMS /C/, AZ
WILLIAMS /C/, AZ
GALT, CA
GALT, CA
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
INF
INF
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1











1
1








G
G






G
G





PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070430
070430
070331
070331
070331
070331
070930
070930
070731
070731
070831
070831
070131
070131
071130
071231
071031
071031
070630
Old Value
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
2,843
2,843
3,899
3,899
3,899
3,899
1,372
1,372
1,386
1,386
1,409
1,409
2,239
2,239


1,380
1,380
1,381
New Value
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
2.8
2.8
3.90E-03
3.90E-03
3.90E-03
3.90E-03
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
2.2
2.2
0
0
14
14
14
                    B-7

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
FLO 1868 13
IA0069108
IA0069108
IA0069108
IA0069108
IL0031941
IL0031941
IL0031941
IL0031941
IL0075922
IL0075922
IL0075922
IL0075922
KS0000345
KS0000345
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
Facility Name
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TAMPA BAY DESAL
TIMBER TRAILS ESTATES
TIMBER TRAILS ESTATES
TIMBER TRAILS ESTATES
TIMBER TRAILS ESTATES
BEASON-CHESTNUT WATER
BEASON-CHESTNUT WATER
BEASON-CHESTNUT WATER
BEASON-CHESTNUT WATER
MEYER OIL-LAKE SARA CAR
MEYER OIL-LAKE SARA CAR
MEYER OIL-LAKE SARA CAR
MEYER OIL-LAKE SARA CAR
MORTON INTERNATIONAL
MORTON INTERNATIONAL
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
Location
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
IOWA CITY, IA
IOWA CITY, IA
IOWA CITY, IA
IOWA CITY, IA
CHESTNUT, IL
CHESTNUT, IL
CHESTNUT, IL
CHESTNUT, IL
EFFINGHAM, IL
EFFINGHAM, IL
EFFINGHAM, IL
EFFINGHAM, IL
SOUTH HUTCHINSON,
SOUTH HUTCHINSON,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
004
004
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1








G
G














PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070831
070831
070131
070131
070930
070930
070731
070731
070831
070930
070731
070131
070228
071031
070630
070331
070531
070430
071031
071031
071031
071031
070430
070430
070630
070630
070228
070228
070131
070131
070630
070630
070430
070430
070131
070131
Old Value
1,381
1,385
1,385
1,386
1,386
1,387
1,387
1,389
1,389
1,385
1,387
1,389
1,386
1,031
1,380
1,381
1,034
1,019
1,032
4,895
4,895
4,895
4,895
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
2,000
2,000
3,000
3,000
1,440
1,440
1,354
1,354
1,400
1,400
New Value
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
16
18
21
21
21
21
21
22
22
22
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
1.4
1.4
1.35E-02
1.35E-02
1.40E-02
1.40E-02

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0025208
KY0062995
KY0062995
KY0062995
KY0062995
KY0062995
KY0062995
KY0082040
KY0082040
KY0082040
KY0082040
KY0082040
KY0082040
LA0007617
LA0007617
LA0007617
LA0007617
LAO 104043
LAO 104043
ME0021229
Facility Name
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
KY LAKE FAMILY RESORT
RUSSELL CO REGIONAL STP
RUSSELL CO REGIONAL STP
RUSSELL CO REGIONAL STP
RUSSELL CO REGIONAL STP
RUSSELL CO REGIONAL STP
RUSSELL CO REGIONAL STP
CATFISH KITCHEN
CATFISH KITCHEN
CATFISH KITCHEN
CATFISH KITCHEN
CATFISH KITCHEN
CATFISH KITCHEN
GRAPHIC PACKAGING INTL
GRAPHIC PACKAGING INTL
GRAPHIC PACKAGING INTL
GRAPHIC PACKAGING INTL
WINNFIELD COMPACTION
WINNFIELD COMPACTION
NEWAGEN SEASIDE INN
Location
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
RUSSELL COUNTY, KY
RUSSELL COUNTY, KY
RUSSELL COUNTY, KY
RUSSELL COUNTY, KY
RUSSELL COUNTY, KY
RUSSELL COUNTY, KY
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
MARSHALL COUNTY,
WEST MONROE, LA
WEST MONROE, LA
WEST MONROE, LA
WEST MONROE, LA
WINNFIELD, LA
WINNFIELD, LA
SOUTHPORT, ME
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
004
004
005
005
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1






PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070228
070228
071231
071231
070531
070531
071130
071130
070630
070630
070831
070831
070930
070930
070731
070731
070331
070331
071130
071130
071130
071130
071130
071130
070331
070331
070630
070630
070930
070930
071231
071231
071231
071231
070630
070630
070930
Old Value
1,400
1,400
1,451
1,451
1,653
1,653
1,755
1,755
1,785
1,785
2,035
2,035
2,080
2,080
2,092
2,092
2,256
2,256
2,384
2,384
2,384
2,384
2,384
2,384
1,623
1,623
1,728
1,728
2,280
2,280
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
2,000
2,000
3,825
New Value
.40E-02
.40E-02
.45E-02
.45E-02
.65E-02
.65E-02
.76E-02
.76E-02
.79E-02
.79E-02
2.04E-02
2.04E-02
2.08E-02
2.08E-02
2.09E-02
2.09E-02
2.26E-02
2.26E-02
2.38E-02
2.38E-02
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
1.62E-02
1.62E-02
1.73E-02
1.73E-02
2.28E-02
2.28E-02
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
2.0
2.0
3.83E-03
                    B-9

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
ME0021229
ME0021229
ME0021229
ME0021229
ME0021229
ME0021351
ME0021351
ME0021351
ME0021351
ME0021351
ME0021351
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0090051
ME0101516
ME0101516
ME0101516
ME0101516
ME0101613
ME0101613
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
Facility Name
NEWAGEN SEASIDE INN
NEWAGEN SEASIDE INN
NEWAGEN SEASIDE INN
NEWAGEN SEASIDE INN
NEWAGEN SEASIDE INN
PRIDE MANAGEMENT
PRIDE MANAGEMENT
PRIDE MANAGEMENT
PRIDE MANAGEMENT
PRIDE MANAGEMENT
PRIDE MANAGEMENT
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
SCHOODIC DISTRICT WWTF
GREAT SALT BAY SANITARY
GREAT SALT BAY SANITARY
GREAT SALT BAY SANITARY
GREAT SALT BAY SANITARY
MSAD #52
MSAD #52
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
Location
SOUTHPORT, ME
SOUTHPORT, ME
SOUTHPORT, ME
SOUTHPORT, ME
SOUTHPORT, ME
BURNHAM, ME
BURNHAM, ME
BURNHAM, ME
BURNHAM, ME
BURNHAM, ME
BURNHAM, ME
WINTER HARBOR 111,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
WINTER HARBOR /T/,
DAMARISCOTTA, ME
DAMARISCOTTA, ME
DAMARISCOTTA, ME
DAMARISCOTTA, ME
TURNER, ME
TURNER, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
004
004
005
005
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1



































PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
070630
070630
070731
070731
071231
071231
070331
070331
070930
070930
070831
070831
070630
070630
071031
071031
070731
070731
070930
070930
070228
070228
070430
070430
070430
070430
070731
070731
070831
070831
070331
070331
070430
070430
071130
071130
Old Value
3,825
4,350
4,350
4,628
4,628
2,515
2,515
4,615
4,615
4,915
4,915
2,585
2,585
2,610
2,610
3,313
3,313
3,474
3,474
1,892
1,892
2,166
2,166
3,458
3,458
3,458
3,458
4,713
4,713
2,505
2,505
2,582
2,582
2,770
2,770
2,783
2,783
New Value
3.83E-03
4.35E-03
4.35E-03
4.63E-03
4.63E-03
2.52E-03
2.52E-03
4.62E-03
4.62E-03
4.92E-03
4.92E-03
2.59E-03
2.59E-03
2.61E-03
2.61E-03
3.31E-03
3.31E-03
3.47E-03
3.47E-03
1.89E-02
1.89E-02
2.17E-02
2.17E-02
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
4.71E-03
4.71E-03
2.51E-03
2.51E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
2.77E-03
2.77E-03
2.78E-03
2.78E-03
                    B-10

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
ME0101621
MEO 102482
MEO 102482
MI0057466
MI0057466
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0002402
MO0029378
MO0029378
MO0048097
MO0048097
MO0081655
MO0081655
MO0081655
MO0081655
MO0081655
MO0081655
MO0091570
MO0091570
MO0093734
MO0093734
MO0094307
MO0094307
MO0094307
MO0094307
Facility Name
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
MOUNT BLUE HIGH SCHOOL
NORTH HAVEN PUMPING
NORTH HAVEN PUMPING
ELKTON WWSL
ELKTON WWSL
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
DYNO NOBEL, INC
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
ALMA SEWAGE TREATMENT
ALMA SEWAGE TREATMENT
SOUTHERN HILLS ASSOC
SOUTHERN HILLS ASSOC
SOUTHERN HILLS ASSOC
SOUTHERN HILLS ASSOC
SOUTHERN HILLS ASSOC
SOUTHERN HILLS ASSOC
DONALD RICHARD INC
DONALD RICHARD INC
AQUA MISSOURI INC
AQUA MISSOURI INC
GRAHAM WWTF
GRAHAM WWTF
GRAHAM WWTF
GRAHAM WWTF
Location
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
FARMINGTON /T/, ME
NORTH HAVEN, ME
NORTH HAVEN, ME
ELKTON, MI
ELKTON, MI
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
CARTHAGE, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
KNOB NOSTER, MO
ALMA, MO
ALMA, MO
WARRENSBURG, MO
WARRENSBURG, MO
WARRENSBURG, MO
WARRENSBURG, MO
WARRENSBURG, MO
WARRENSBURG, MO
WINSTON, MO
WINSTON, MO
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
GRAHAM, MO
GRAHAM, MO
GRAHAM, MO
GRAHAM, MO
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
003
003
003
003
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
FAC
FAC
FAC
FAC
MLOC
1
1












1
1
1
1
1







1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071031
070228
070228
070131
070131
070930
070930
071231
071231
070531
070531
070430
070430
070930
070930
070131
070228
070531
070131
070131
070131
070131
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070131
070131
070531
070531
070228
070228
070131
070131
Old Value
4,202
4,202
1,365
1,365
1,534
1,534
2,000
2,000
2,291
2,291
1,494
1,494
3,041
3,041
1
34
50
58
85
527
830
4,480
4,480
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
2,600
2,600
3,804
3,804
2,230
2,230
3,240
3,240
New Value
4.20E-03
4.20E-03
1.37E-01
1.37E-01
1.53E-01
1.53E-01
2.00E-01
2.00E-01
2.29E-01
2.29E-01
1.49E-03
1.49E-03
3.04E-03
3.04E-03
1.40E-03
3.42E-02
5.03E-02
5.80E-02
8.49E-02
5.27E-01
8.30E-01
4.48E-03
4.48E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
2.60E-03
2.60E-03
3.80E-03
3.80E-03
2.23E-03
2.23E-03
3.24E-03
3.24E-03
                    B-ll

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
MO0095397
MO0095397
MOO 106020
MOO 106020
MOO 106275
MOO 106275
MO0106933
MO0106933
MOO 108995
MOO 108995
MOO 11 1864
MOO 11 1864
MOO 112348
MOO 112348
MOO 112348
MO01 12348
MO01 16335
MO01 16335
MO01 16963
MO01 16963
MO01 19458
MO01 19458
MOO 11 9679
MOO 11 9679
MO0124320
MO0124320
MOO 124761
MOO 124761
MO0127191
MO0127191
MOO 127922
MOO 127922
MOO 127922
MOO 127922
MO0129194
MO0129194
MOO 129984
Facility Name
AQUA MISSOURI INC
AQUA MISSOURI INC
DAVID GRENIER
DAVID GRENIER
MOKANE, CITY OF
MOKANE, CITY OF
BP PIPELINES NORTH AMERIC
BP PIPELINES NORTH AMERIC
CITY OF HARTSBURG
CITY OF HARTSBURG
AQUA MISSOURI, INC.
AQUA MISSOURI, INC.
WALDEN VIEW
WALDEN VIEW
WALDEN VIEW
WALDEN VIEW
NORTH ANDREW R-6 SCHOOL
NORTH ANDREW R-6 SCHOOL
VANLOOWWTF
VANLOOWWTF
LAKE RIDGE BAY P O A
LAKE RIDGE BAY P O A
WEATHERSTONE WWTF
WEATHERSTONE WWTF
AQUA MISSOURI, INC.
AQUA MISSOURI, INC.
BRAD PETERS
BRAD PETERS
VILLAS LONGCREEK POA
VILLAS LONGCREEK POA
YMCA OF THE OZARKS
YMCA OF THE OZARKS
YMCA OF THE OZARKS
YMCA OF THE OZARKS
MOZINGO L RECREATION
MOZINGO L RECREATION
LAZY ACRES SUBDIVISION
Location
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
WESTON, MO
WESTON, MO
MOKANE, MO
MOKANE, MO
FREEMAN, MO
FREEMAN, MO
HARTSBURG, MO
HARTSBURG, MO
HOLTS SUMMIT, MO
HOLTS SUMMIT, MO
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
ROSENDALE, MO
ROSENDALE, MO
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
WARSAW, MO
WARSAW, MO
PALMYRA, MO
PALMYRA, MO
NEW BLOOMFIELD, MO
NEW BLOOMFIELD, MO
HANNIBAL, MO
HANNIBAL, MO
RIDGED ALE, MO
RIDGED ALE, MO
POTOSI, MO
POTOSI, MO
POTOSI, MO
POTOSI, MO
MARYVILLE, MO
MARYVILLE, MO
BOWLING GREEN, MO
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
003
003
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1












1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070531
070131
070131
070630
070630
071231
071231
070531
070531
070531
070531
070131
070131
070228
070228
070131
070131
070531
070531
070131
070131
070630
070630
070531
070531
070630
070630
071231
071231
070731
070731
071130
071130
070131
070131
070630
Old Value
1,902
1,902
4,500
4,500
3,000
3,000
4,000
4,000
4,976
4,976
4,561
4,561
2,200
2,200
2,536
2,536
1,500
1,500
2,851
2,851
3,500
3,500
2,800
2,800
1,900
1,900
2,355
2,355
1,900
1,900
2,740
2,740
4,095
4,095
1,740
1,740
2,000
New Value
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
4.50E-03
4.50E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.98E-03
4.98E-03
4.56E-03
4.56E-03
2.20E-03
2.20E-03
2.54E-03
2.54E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
2.85E-03
2.85E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
2.36E-03
2.36E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
2.74E-03
2.74E-03
4.10E-03
4.10E-03
1.74E-03
1.74E-03
2.00E-03
                    B-12

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
MOO 129984
MS0026140
MS0026140
NC0005312
NC0005312
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NC0024406
NJ0005134
NJ0005134
NJ0021369
NJ0021369
NJ0021369
NJ0021369
NJ0022144
NJ0022144
NJ0022144
NJ0022144
NJ0024490
NJ0024490
NJ0024490
NJ0024490
NJ0024635
NJ0024635
NJ0024635
NJ0024635
Facility Name
LAZY ACRES SUBDIVISION
LEAKE COUNTY
LEAKE COUNTY
True Elkin, Inc.
True Elkin, Inc.
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
Belews Creek Steam Station
GEO SPECIALTY CHEMICALS
GEO SPECIALTY CHEMICALS
HACKETTSTOWN MUA WPCP
HACKETTSTOWN MUA WPCP
HACKETTSTOWN MUA WPCP
HACKETTSTOWN MUA WPCP
HAGADORN CENTER FOR
HAGADORN CENTER FOR
HAGADORN CENTER FOR
HAGADORN CENTER FOR
VERONA WTP
VERONA WTP
VERONA WTP
VERONA WTP
ENERGY FREEDOM PIONEERS
ENERGY FREEDOM PIONEERS
ENERGY FREEDOM PIONEERS
ENERGY FREEDOM PIONEERS
Location
BOWLING GREEN, MO
CARTHAGE, MS
CARTHAGE, MS
ELKIN TOWN PV, NC
ELKIN TOWN PV, NC
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
WALNUT COVE TOWN,
GREENWICH TWP, NJ
GREENWICH TWP, NJ
WASHINGTON TWP, NJ
WASHINGTON TWP, NJ
WASHINGTON TWP, NJ
WASHINGTON TWP, NJ
LEBANON BORO, NJ
LEBANONBORO,NJ
LEBANON BORO, NJ
LEBANON BORO, NJ
VERONA, NJ
VERONA, NJ
VERONA, NJ
VERONA, NJ
OLDMANS TWP, NJ
OLDMANS TWP, NJ
OLDMANS TWP, NJ
OLDMANS TWP, NJ
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
004
004
004
004
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1


















G
G
1
1
G
G
1
1
G
G
1
1
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070930
070930
070430
070430
070131
070131
070531
070531
070228
070228
070930
070930
070731
070731
070630
070630
070831
070831
071031
071031
070331
070331
070331
070331
071231
071231
071231
071231
070731
070731
070731
070731
070831
070831
070831
070831
Old Value
2,000
3,100
3,100
1,381
1,381
1,302
1,302
1,333
1,333
1,335
1,335
1,382
1,382
1,455
1,455
1,457
1,457
1,459
1,459
2,419
2,419
2,332
2,332
2,332
2,332
4,461
4,461
4,461
4,461
1,996
1,996
1,996
1,996
2,900
2,900
2,900
2,900
New Value
2.00E-03
3.1
3.1
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.4
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.42E-01
2.42E-01
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
4.46E-03
4.46E-03
4.46E-03
4.46E-03
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.90E-03
2.90E-03
2.90E-03
2.90E-03
                    B-13

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
NJ0025241
NJ0025241
NJ0025241
NJ0025241
NJ0029190
NJ0029190
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
NJ0063711
OH0000329
OH0000329
OH0000329
OH0000329
OH0000345
OH0000345
OH0000345
Facility Name
ASBURY PARK WATER
ASBURY PARK WATER
ASBURY PARK WATER
ASBURY PARK WATER
FREEHOLD BOROUGH WTP
FREEHOLD BOROUGH WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
PEQUANNOCK WTP
CARGILL, INC.
CARGILL, INC.
CARGILL, INC.
CARGILL, INC.
CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS
CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS
CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS
Location
ASBURY PARK /C/, NJ
ASBURY PARK /C/, NJ
ASBURY PARK /C/, NJ
ASBURY PARK /C/, NJ
FREEHOLD TWP, NJ
FREEHOLD TWP, NJ
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
WEST MILFORD /TWP/,
CLEVELAND, OH
CLEVELAND, OH
CLEVELAND, OH
CLEVELAND, OH
AVERY, OH
AVERY, OH
AVERY, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
005
001
001
001
001
602
602
602
MLOC
1
1
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
070930
070930
070930
071031
071031
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
071231
071231
070630
070630
070531
070531
070731
Old Value
2,241
2,241
2,241
2,241
4,323
4,323
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
3,666
3,666
4,939
4,939
4,892
4,892
4,964
New Value
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
3.67E-03
3.67E-03
4.94E-03
4.94E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
4.96E-03
                    B-14

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0000345
OH0000477
OH0000477
OH0000477
OH0000477
OH0000477
OH0000477
OH0000477
OH0000477
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000540
OH0000621
OH0000621
OH0000621
OH0000621
OH0000736
OH0000736
OH0000736
OH0000736
OH0000736
OH0000736
OH0000892
OH0000892
OH0000892
OH0000892
OH0000922
OH0000922
Facility Name
CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS
VESUVIUS
VESUVIUS
VESUVIUS
VESUVIUS
VESUVIUS
VESUVIUS
VESUVIUS
VESUVIUS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
PPG INDUSTRIES INC WORKS
GLIDDEN COMPANY
GLIDDEN COMPANY
GLIDDEN COMPANY
GLIDDEN COMPANY
AIRBP
AIRBP
AIRBP
AIRBP
AIRBP
AIRBP
WINGFOOT LAKE AIRSHIP
WINGFOOT LAKE AIRSHIP
WINGFOOT LAKE AIRSHIP
WINGFOOT LAKE AIRSHIP
CANTEX INC
CANTEX INC
Location
AVERY, OH
FOSTORIA, OH
FOSTORIA, OH
FOSTORIA, OH
FOSTORIA, OH
FOSTORIA, OH
FOSTORIA, OH
FOSTORIA, OH
FOSTORIA, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
CRESTLINE, OH
HURON, OH
HURON, OH
HURON, OH
HURON, OH
CUYAHOGA COUNTY,
CUYAHOGA COUNTY,
CUYAHOGA COUNTY,
CUYAHOGA COUNTY,
CUYAHOGA COUNTY,
CUYAHOGA COUNTY,
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
DSCH
602
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
001
001
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
003
003
003
003
002
002
MLOC
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1












1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070630
070630
071231
071231
070228
070228
070131
070131
071231
071231
071130
071130
070331
070331
070531
070531
070430
070430
071231
071231
070331
070331
071130
071130
070930
070930
070831
070831
070831
070831
Old Value
4,964
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,200
2,200
2,200
2,200
4,949
4,949
2,525
2,525
3,260
3,260
3,850
3,850
4,550
4,550
4,850
4,850
1,498
1,498
3,550
3,550
1,332
1,332
3,038
3,038
3,514
3,514
1,791
1,791
3,446
3,446
1,740
1,740
New Value
4.96E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.20E-03
2.20E-03
2.20E-03
2.20E-03
4.95E-03
4.95E-03
2.53E-03
2.53E-03
3.26E-03
3.26E-03
3.85E-03
3.85E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
4.85E-03
4.85E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
3.55E-03
3.55E-03
1.33E-03
1.33E-03
3.04E-03
3.04E-03
3.51E-03
3.51E-03
1.79E-03
1.79E-03
3.45E-03
3.45E-03
1.74E-03
1.74E-03
                    B-15

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0000922
OH0000922
OH0000922
OH0000922
OH0000922
OH0000922
OH0000922
OH0000922
OH0000957
OH0000957
OH0000957
OH0000957
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
Facility Name
CANTEX INC
CANTEX INC
CANTEX INC
CANTEX INC
CANTEX INC
CANTEX INC
CANTEX INC
CANTEX INC
ISO CLEVELAND
ISO CLEVELAND
ISO CLEVELAND
ISO CLEVELAND
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
Location
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
PORTAGE COUNTY, OH
CLEVELAND, OH
CLEVELAND, OH
CLEVELAND, OH
CLEVELAND, OH
PAINESVTLLE, OH
PAINESVTLLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
008
008
008
008
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
605
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
070930
071031
071031
071231
071231
071130
071130
071130
071130
071231
071231
071231
071231
071031
071031
071130
071130
070930
070930
070131
070131
070831
070831
070731
070731
070228
070228
070430
070430
070630
070630
070331
070331
070531
070531
071130
Old Value
1,817
1,817
2,426
2,426
2,709
2,709
3,096
3,096
2,880
2,880
2,880
2,880
1,531
1,531
1,680
1,680
1,856
1,856
2,293
2,293
2,299
2,299
2,563
2,563
2,580
2,580
2,581
2,581
2,689
2,689
2,689
2,689
2,748
2,748
2,936
2,936
1,792
New Value
1.82E-03
1.82E-03
2.43E-03
2.43E-03
2.71E-03
2.71E-03
3.10E-03
3.10E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
.53E-03
.53E-03
.68E-03
.68E-03
.86E-03
.86E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.56E-03
2.56E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
2.69E-03
2.69E-03
2.69E-03
2.69E-03
2.75E-03
2.75E-03
2.94E-03
2.94E-03
1.79E-03
                    B-16

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001074
OH0001449
OH0001449
OH0001449
OH0001449
OH0001449
OH0001449
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
Facility Name
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
PET PROCESSORS LLC
JOHNSON PLASTIC
JOHNSON PLASTIC
JOHNSON PLASTIC
JOHNSON PLASTIC
JOHNSON PLASTIC
JOHNSON PLASTIC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
Location
PAINESVTLLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
PAINESVILLE, OH
CUYAHOGA CO SD #1,
CUYAHOGA CO SD #1,
CUYAHOGA CO SD #1,
CUYAHOGA CO SD #1,
CUYAHOGA CO SD #1,
CUYAHOGA CO SD #1,
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
DSCH
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
605
001
001
001
001
003
003
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
070930
070930
071231
071231
071031
071031
070731
070731
070630
070630
070131
070131
070430
070430
070930
070930
070831
070831
070531
070531
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
Old Value
1,792
1,928
1,928
2,524
2,524
3,166
3,166
4,359
4,359
4,488
4,488
4,537
4,537
4,760
4,760
1,345
1,345
1,411
1,411
2,843
2,843
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
New Value
1.79E-03
1.93E-03
1.93E-03
2.52E-03
2.52E-03
3.17E-03
3.17E-03
4.36E-03
4.36E-03
4.49E-03
4.49E-03
4.54E-03
4.54E-03
4.76E-03
4.76E-03
1.34E-03
1.34E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
2.84E-03
2.84E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
                    B-17

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0001716
OH0002038
OH0002038
OH0002194
OH0002194
OH0002194
OH0002194
OH0002194
OH0002194
OH0002194
OH0002194
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
Facility Name
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
US TSUBAKI INC
WEBSTER INDUSTRIES
WEBSTER INDUSTRIES
KC ACQUISTION, INC
KC ACQUISTION, INC
KC ACQUISTION, INC
KC ACQUISTION, INC
KC ACQUISTION, INC
KC ACQUISTION, INC
KC ACQUISTION, INC
KC ACQUISTION, INC
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
Location
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
ERIE COUNTY, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVTLLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
003
003
003
003
003
003
003
003
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070228
070228
070831
070831
071231
071231
070331
070331
070430
070430
070630
070630
070731
070731
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
Old Value
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
2,062
3,000
3,000
1,939
1,939
2,908
2,908
3,877
3,877
3,877
3,877
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
New Value
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
1.94E-03
1.94E-03
2.91E-03
2.91E-03
3.88E-03
3.88E-03
3.88E-03
3.88E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
                    B-18

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002658
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
Facility Name
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
MARTIN MARIETTA
MAGNESIA SPECI
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
Location
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
WOODVILLE, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
DSCH
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070831
070831
070131
070131
070331
Old Value
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,800
2,839
2,839
2,000
2,000
2,000
New Value
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.80E-03
2.84E-03
2.84E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
                    B-19

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0002771
OH0003158
OH0003158
OH0003760
OH0003760
Facility Name
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
ARC TERMINAL HOLDINGS
LLC
BP OIL COMPANY PIPE LINE
BP OIL COMPANY PIPE LINE
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
Location
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
TOLEDO, OH
SWANTON, OH
SWANTON, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
005
005
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070831
070831
070930
070930
071130
071130
071231
071231
071031
071031
070131
070131
Old Value
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
3,544
3,544
1,440
1,440
New Value
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
3.54E-03
3.54E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
                    B-20

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0003760
OH0003760
OH0003760
OH0003760
OH0003760
OH0003760
OH0003760
OH0003760
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
Facility Name
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
OHIO AIR NATIONAL GUARD
180 FI
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
Location
SWANTON, OH
SWANTON, OH
SWANTON, OH
SWANTON, OH
SWANTON, OH
SWANTON, OH
SWANTON, OH
SWANTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
DSCH
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070731
071231
071231
070430
070430
070831
070831
071231
071231
071130
071130
071031
071031
070131
070131
070228
070228
Old Value
1,375
1,375
1,561
1,561
1,575
1,575
3,409
3,409
2,813
2,813
3,920
3,920
4,204
4,204
4,900
4,900
4,900
4,900
New Value
1.37E-03
1.37E-03
1.56E-03
1.56E-03
1.58E-03
1.58E-03
3.41E-03
3.41E-03
2.81E-03
2.81E-03
3.92E-03
3.92E-03
4.20E-03
4.20E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
                    B-21

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004260
OH0004413
OH0004413
OH0004413
OH0004413
OH0004413
OH0004413
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
Facility Name
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
AK STEEL COSHOCTON
STAINLESS
THE SHELLY COMPANY
THE SHELLY COMPANY
THE SHELLY COMPANY
THE SHELLY COMPANY
THE SHELLY COMPANY
THE SHELLY COMPANY
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
Location
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
COSHOCTON, OH
RACINE, OH
RACINE, OH
RACINE, OH
RACINE, OH
RACINE, OH
RACINE, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
DSCH
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
001
001
003
003
003
003
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070430
070430
070630
070630
070731
070731
070228
070228
070430
070430
070331
070331
071031
071031
070930
070930
071130
071130
070731
070731
070531
070531
070630
070630
070831
070831
070430
Old Value
4,900
4,900
4,900
4,900
4,900
4,900
4,900
4,900
2,710
2,710
1,386
1,386
1,473
1,473
2,022
2,022
2,100
2,100
2,114
2,114
2,143
2,143
2,250
2,250
2,318
2,318
2,609
2,609
3,120
New Value
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
2.71E-03
2.71E-03
1.39E-03
1.39E-03
1.47E-03
1.47E-03
2.02E-03
2.02E-03
2.10E-03
2.10E-03
2.11E-03
2.11E-03
2.14E-03
2.14E-03
2.25E-03
2.25E-03
2.32E-03
2.32E-03
2.61E-03
2.61E-03
3.12E-03
                    B-22

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004502
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
Facility Name
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
RANCO NORTH AMERICA INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
Location
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
PLAIN CITY, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DSCH
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070228
070228
071231
071231
070131
070131
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070930
070930
070531
070531
070630
070630
071130
Old Value
3,120
3,316
3,316
4,050
4,050
4,385
4,385
2,023
2,023
2,029
2,029
2,105
2,105
2,132
2,132
2,158
2,158
2,159
2,159
2,190
2,190
2,262
New Value
3.12E-03
3.32E-03
3.32E-03
4.05E-03
4.05E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
2.02E-03
2.02E-03
2.03E-03
2.03E-03
2.11E-03
2.11E-03
2.13E-03
2.13E-03
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
2.19E-03
2.19E-03
2.26E-03
                    B-23

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004855
OH0004952
OH0004952
OH0004952
OH0004952
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
Facility Name
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
TROYER'S TRAIL BOLOGNA
INC
NATIONAL ELECTRIC COIL INC
NATIONAL ELECTRIC COIL INC
NATIONAL ELECTRIC COIL INC
NATIONAL ELECTRIC COIL INC
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
Location
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
DUNDEE, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
MARYSVTLLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVTLLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
DSCH
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
004
004
004
004
006
006
006
006
006
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
070731
070731
071031
071031
070831
070831
071231
071231
070228
070228
071231
071231
070131
070131
070731
070731
071231
Old Value
2,262
2,286
2,286
2,313
2,313
2,326
2,326
2,868
2,868
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,590
2,590
2,826
2,826
3,191
New Value
2.26E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.87E-03
2.87E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
2.59E-03
2.59E-03
2.83E-03
2.83E-03
3.19E-03
                    B-24

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
Facility Name
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
Location
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVTLLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
DSCH
006
006
006
006
006
006
006
006
006
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071031
071031
071130
071130
070930
070930
070831
070831
070531
070531
071031
071031
070228
070228
070131
070131
070831
Old Value
3,191
4,182
4,182
4,372
4,372
4,444
4,444
4,734
4,734
1,687
1,687
3,366
3,366
3,374
3,374
3,799
3,799
3,819
New Value
3.19E-03
4.18E-03
4.18E-03
4.37E-03
4.37E-03
4.44E-03
4.44E-03
4.73E-03
4.73E-03
1.69E-03
1.69E-03
3.37E-03
3.37E-03
3.37E-03
3.37E-03
3.80E-03
3.80E-03
3.82E-03
                    B-25

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005193
OH0005282
OH0005282
OH0005371
OH0005371
OH0005371
OH0005371
OH0005371
OH0005371
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
Facility Name
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
O M SCOTT & SONS COMPANY
OHIO VALLEY ELECTRIC CORP
KYGE
OHIO VALLEY ELECTRIC CORP
KYGE
CSP CONESVTLLE
GENERATING STAT
CSP CONESVILLE
GENERATING STAT
CSP CONESVILLE
GENERATING STAT
CSP CONESVILLE
GENERATING STAT
CSP CONESVILLE
GENERATING STAT
CSP CONESVILLE
GENERATING STAT
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
Location
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVTLLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
MARYSVILLE, OH
GALLIPOLIS, OH
GALLIPOLIS, OH
CONESVILLE, OH
CONESVILLE, OH
CONESVILLE, OH
CONESVILLE, OH
CONESVILLE, OH
CONESVILLE, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
DSCH
007
007
007
107
107
107
107
601
601
603
603
607
607
607
607
002
002
007
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070831
070430
070430
071130
071130
071031
071031
070131
070131
071130
071130
071130
071130
070930
070930
070331
070331
070531
Old Value
3,819
4,779
4,779
1,572
1,572
2,450
2,450
4,826
4,826
3,960
3,960
3,086
3,086
4,589
4,589
2,599
2,599
1,370
New Value
3.82E-03
4.78E-03
4.78E-03
1.57E-03
1.57E-03
2.45E-03
2.45E-03
4.83E-03
4.83E-03
3.96E-03
3.96E-03
3.09E-03
3.09E-03
4.59E-03
4.59E-03
2.60E-03
2.60E-03
1.37E-03
                    B-26

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
Facility Name
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
Location
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
DSCH
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
007
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070831
070831
070630
070630
071031
071031
070430
070430
071130
071130
070930
070930
070228
070228
070731
070731
070331
Old Value
1,370
1,544
1,544
1,758
1,758
1,872
1,872
2,065
2,065
2,073
2,073
2,154
2,154
2,243
2,243
2,552
2,552
2,832
New Value
1.37E-03
1.54E-03
1.54E-03
1.76E-03
1.76E-03
1.87E-03
1.87E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.07E-03
2.07E-03
2.15E-03
2.15E-03
2.24E-03
2.24E-03
2.55E-03
2.55E-03
2.83E-03
                    B-27

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005410
OH0005461
OH0005461
OH0005461
OH0005461
OH0005461
OH0005461
OH0005461
OH0005461
OH0005487
OH0005487
OH0005614
OH0005614
OH0005631
OH0005631
OH0005631
OH0005631
OH0005631
Facility Name
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
LOGAN GLAS
BATTELLE MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE WE
BATTELLE MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE WE
BATTELLE MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE WE
BATTELLE MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE WE
BATTELLE MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE WE
BATTELLE MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE WE
BATTELLE MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE WE
BATTELLE MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE WE
CASE FARMS OF OHIO INC
CASE FARMS OF OHIO INC
US CERAMIC TILE CO
ROMANY CERA
US CERAMIC TILE CO
ROMANY CERA
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
Location
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
WINESBURG, OH
WINESBURG, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
AMANDA, OH
AMANDA, OH
AMANDA, OH
AMANDA, OH
AMANDA, OH
DSCH
007
007
007
007
007
003
003
003
003
003
003
003
003
002
002
603
603
002
002
002
002
002
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1






PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
071231
071231
070131
070131
071231
071231
070228
070228
070131
070131
071130
071130
071130
071130
070430
070430
070430
070430
070831
070831
070630
Old Value
2,832
3,179
3,179
3,274
3,274
4,400
4,400
4,500
4,500
4,900
4,900
4,900
4,900
2,300
2,300
1,330
1,330
1,536
1,536
1,664
1,664
1,789
New Value
2.83E-03
3.18E-03
3.18E-03
3.27E-03
3.27E-03
4.40E-03
4.40E-03
4.50E-03
4.50E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
1.33E-03
1.33E-03
1.54E-03
1.54E-03
1.66E-03
1.66E-03
1.79E-03
                    B-28

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0005631
OH0005631
OH0005631
OH0005631
OH0005631
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006149
OH0006424
OH0006424
OH0007129
OH0007129
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
Facility Name
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
MID WEST FABRICATING CO
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
COMUS
MONARCH INDUSTRIAL TIRE
CORP
MONARCH INDUSTRIAL TIRE
CORP
ABBOTT LABORATORIES
ABBOTT LABORATORIES
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
Location
AMANDA, OH
AMANDA, OH
AMANDA, OH
AMANDA, OH
AMANDA, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
MUSKINGUM TWP, OH
HARTVILLE, OH
HARTVILLE, OH
ASHLAND, OH
ASHLAND, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
003
003
001
001
002
002
003
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070531
070531
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070630
070630
070731
070731
070930
070930
070831
Old Value
1,789
1,850
1,850
2,014
2,014
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
4,400
4,400
1,455
1,455
1,838
1,838
1,440
New Value
1.79E-03
1.85E-03
1.85E-03
2.01E-03
2.01E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
4.40E-03
4.40E-03
1.46E-03
1.46E-03
1.84E-03
1.84E-03
1.44E-03
                    B-29

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008338
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
Facility Name
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
ARCELORMITTAL TUBULAR
PRODUCTS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
Location
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
SHELBY, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
DSCH
003
003
003
003
003
004
004
006
006
006
006
006
006
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1









PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070831
070930
070930
070331
070331
070930
070930
070930
070930
070831
070831
070331
070331
070331
070331
070228
070228
070531
070531
070131
070131
070430
070430
070731
Old Value
1,440
1,662
1,662
4,000
4,000
4,547
4,547
1,728
1,728
2,160
2,160
4,000
4,000
4,065
4,065
4,071
4,071
4,097
4,097
4,129
4,129
4,133
4,133
4,161
New Value
1.44E-03
1.66E-03
1.66E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
1.73E-03
1.73E-03
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.06E-03
4.06E-03
4.07E-03
4.07E-03
4.10E-03
4.10E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.16E-03
                    B-30

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0008567
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009024
OH0009318
OH0009318
OH0009318
OH0009318
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
Facility Name
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
EAST SPARTA PWS
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
DELAWARE WTP
BFGOODRICH AEROSPACE
BFGOODRICH AEROSPACE
BFGOODRICH AEROSPACE
BFGOODRICH AEROSPACE
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
Location
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
EAST SPARTA, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
MIAMI CONSERVDIST,
OH
MIAMI CONSERVDIST,
OH
MIAMI CONSERVDIST,
OH
MIAMI CONSERVDIST,
OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1









1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070930
070930
070831
070831
070630
070630
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
070331
070331
070831
070831
070531
070531
Old Value
4,161
4,167
4,167
4,290
4,290
4,300
4,300
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
1,464
1,464
2,379
2,379
2,441
2,441
4,723
4,723
New Value
4.16E-03
4.17E-03
4.17E-03
4.29E-03
4.29E-03
4.30E-03
4.30E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
1.46E-03
1.46E-03
2.38E-03
2.38E-03
2.44E-03
2.44E-03
4.72E-03
4.72E-03
                    B-31

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OHOO 10006
OH0010570
OH0010570
OH0010570
OH0010570
OH0010570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
Facility Name
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
MARATHON ASHLAND
PETROLEUM NOR
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
Location
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
COLUMBUS, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
DSCH
008
008
008
008
008
008
008
008
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070531
070331
070331
070630
070630
071031
071031
070228
070228
070131
070131
070331
070331
070930
070930
070731
070731
Old Value
2,880
2,880
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
3,176
3,176
3,777
3,777
3,877
3,877
3,990
3,990
4,126
4,126
New Value
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
3.18E-03
3.18E-03
3.78E-03
3.78E-03
3.88E-03
3.88E-03
3.99E-03
3.99E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
                    B-32

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OHOO 10570
OH0010570
OH0010570
OH0010570
OH0010570
OH0011550
OHOO 11550
OHOO 11 550
OHOO 11 550
OHOO 11 550
OHOO 11 550
Facility Name
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ROSS ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES -
SCHE
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
Location
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
SIDNEY, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
606
606
606
606
606
606
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070630
071130
071130
070531
070531
071031
071031
070630
070630
070531
070531
070430
070430
070831
070831
070630
070630
Old Value
4,362
4,362
4,760
4,760
4,761
4,761
4,923
4,923
1,593
1,593
2,672
2,672
3.00E-01
3.00E-01
14
14
16
16
New Value
4.36E-03
4.36E-03
4.76E-03
4.76E-03
4.76E-03
4.76E-03
4.92E-03
4.92E-03
1.59E-03
1.59E-03
2.67E-03
2.67E-03
3.00E-07
3.00E-07
1.36E-05
1.36E-05
1.62E-05
1.62E-05
                    B-33

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHOO 11550
OHOO 11550
OHOO 11 550
OHOO 11 550
OHOO 11 550
OHOO 11 550
OHOO 11 550
OHOO 11 550
OH0011550
OH0011550
OHOO 11 827
OHOO 11 827
OHOO 11 827
OHOO 11827
OHOO 12025
OHOO 12025
OHOO 12025
OHOO 12025
OHOO 12661
OHOO 12661
OH0021610
Facility Name
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
ORMET PRIMARY ALUMINUM
COHANN
HOPED ALE MINING,LLC
HOPED ALE MINING,LLC
HOPED ALE MINING,LLC
HOPED ALE MINING,LLC
SUN REFINING & MARKETING
COYO
SUN REFINING & MARKETING
COYO
SUN REFINING & MARKETING
COYO
SUN REFINING & MARKETING
COYO
OHIO VALLEY COAL
COMPANY
OHIO VALLEY COAL
COMPANY
TRW, INC
Location
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HANNIBAL, OH
HOPED ALE, OH
HOPED ALE, OH
HOPED ALE, OH
HOPED ALE, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
ELYRIA, OH
DSCH
606
606
606
606
606
606
606
606
606
606
012
012
012
012
001
001
001
001
002
002
001
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070731
070228
070228
070531
070531
070331
070331
070131
070131
070430
070430
071130
071130
071031
071031
071130
071130
070731
070731
070430
Old Value
17
17
38
38
41
41
64
64
82
82
3,200
3,200
4,058
4,058
4,800
4,800
4,800
4,800
2,651
2,651
1,500
New Value
1.72E-05
1.72E-05
3.75E-05
3.75E-05
4.07E-05
4.07E-05
6.38E-05
6.38E-05
8.19E-05
8.19E-05
3.20E-03
3.20E-03
4.06E-03
4.06E-03
4.80E-03
4.80E-03
4.80E-03
4.80E-03
2.65E-03
2.65E-03
1.50E-03
                    B-34

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0021610
OH0022829
OH0022829
OH0022829
OH0022829
OH0022837
OH0022837
OH0022837
OH0022837
OH0022837
OH0022837
Facility Name
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
TRW, INC
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGSMI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGSMI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGSMI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGS MI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGS MI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGS MI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGS MI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGS MI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGS MI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGSMI
Location
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ELYRIA, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
602
602
602
602
602
602
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070930
070930
071031
071031
070531
070531
071130
071130
070131
070131
070228
070228
070731
070731
070831
070831
071130
071130
070228
070228
071231
071231
070430
070430
070731
070731
Old Value
1,500
2,654
2,654
2,664
2,664
2,859
2,859
2,947
2,947
3,105
3,105
3,209
3,209
3,255
3,255
3,707
3,707
1,566
1,566
2,781
2,781
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
2,160
2,160
New Value
1.50E-03
2.65E-03
2.65E-03
2.66E-03
2.66E-03
2.86E-03
2.86E-03
2.95E-03
2.95E-03
3.11E-03
3.11E-03
3.21E-03
3.21E-03
3.25E-03
3.25E-03
3.71E-03
3.71E-03
1.57E-03
1.57E-03
2.78E-03
2.78E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
                    B-35

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0022837
OH0022837
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
Facility Name
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGSMI
SOUTHERN OHIO COAL CO
MEIGSMI
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
Location
ALBANY, OH
ALBANY, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
DSCH
602
602
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070228
070228
071031
071031
070531
070531
071231
071231
071130
071130
070630
070630
070228
070228
070930
070930
070731
070731
Old Value
2,700
2,700
2,417
2,417
2,552
2,552
2,611
2,611
2,719
2,719
2,753
2,753
2,856
2,856
2,904
2,904
3,072
3,072
New Value
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
2.42E-03
2.42E-03
2.55E-03
2.55E-03
2.61E-03
2.61E-03
2.72E-03
2.72E-03
2.75E-03
2.75E-03
2.86E-03
2.86E-03
2.90E-03
2.90E-03
3.07E-03
3.07E-03
                    B-36

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028878
OH0028886
OH0028886
OH0028886
OH0028886
OH0029149
OH0029149
OH0029149
OH0029149
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0030341
Facility Name
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO SURREY DOWNS
STP
GEAUGA CO WENHAVEN
SUBDIVISION
GEAUGA CO WENHAVEN
SUBDIVISION
GEAUGA CO WENHAVEN
SUBDIVISION
GEAUGA CO WENHAVEN
SUBDIVISION
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
ASHTA
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
ASHTA
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
ASHTA
OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP
ASHTA
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
Location
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
RUSSELL TWP, OH
ASHTABULA, OH
ASHTABULA, OH
ASHTABULA, OH
ASHTABULA, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
601
601
601
601
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1






PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070430
070831
070831
070131
070131
070331
070331
070731
070731
070930
070930
071231
071231
070331
070331
071130
071130
071031
071031
070531
Old Value
3,452
3,452
3,543
3,543
4,661
4,661
4,770
4,770
4,596
4,596
4,922
4,922
1,337
1,337
1,409
1,409
3,743
3,743
4,020
4,020
4,359
New Value
3.45E-03
3.45E-03
3.54E-03
3.54E-03
4.66E-03
4.66E-03
4.77E-03
4.77E-03
4.60E-03
4.60E-03
4.92E-03
4.92E-03
1.34E-03
1.34E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
3.74E-03
3.74E-03
4.02E-03
4.02E-03
4.36E-03
                    B-37

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0030341
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0031585
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
Facility Name
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
EAST LIVERPOOL
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
CENTERBURG WTP
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
Location
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
CENTERBURG, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1











1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070930
070930
070430
070430
070131
070131
070531
070531
070228
070228
070731
070731
070131
070131
070430
070430
071031
071031
070630
070630
070331
070331
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
Old Value
4,359
4,595
4,595
4,729
4,729
4,766
4,766
1,490
1,490
2,100
2,100
2,100
2,100
2,168
2,168
2,170
2,170
2,235
2,235
2,240
2,240
2,371
2,371
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
New Value
4.36E-03
4.59E-03
4.59E-03
4.73E-03
4.73E-03
4.77E-03
4.77E-03
1.49E-03
1.49E-03
2.10E-03
2.10E-03
2.10E-03
2.10E-03
2.17E-03
2.17E-03
2.17E-03
2.17E-03
2.24E-03
2.24E-03
2.24E-03
2.24E-03
2.37E-03
2.37E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
                    B-38

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032701
OH0032930
Facility Name
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
BOES MEAT PROCESSING
PLANT
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
Location
NEWRIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEWRIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEWRIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEWRIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEWRIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEWRIEGEL, OH
NEWRIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEWRIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
NEW RIEGEL, OH
TIFFIN, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
071231
Old Value
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,150
New Value
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
2.15E-03
                    B-39

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0032930
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
Facility Name
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
NATIONAL MACHINERY
COMPANY
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Location
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
TIFFIN, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
070531
070531
070731
070731
071031
071031
070430
070430
070331
070331
070228
070228
071231
071231
070930
070930
070630
Old Value
2,150
2,650
2,650
3,000
3,000
3,400
3,400
4,300
4,300
3,500
3,500
3,680
3,680
4,600
4,600
2,490
2,490
2,810
New Value
2.15E-03
2.65E-03
2.65E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.40E-03
3.40E-03
4.30E-03
4.30E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.68E-03
3.68E-03
4.60E-03
4.60E-03
2.49E-03
2.49E-03
2.81E-03
                    B-40

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036579
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
OH0036757
Facility Name
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
Gingery Allotment WWTP & Sewer
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
Location
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
WAYNE COUNTY, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
071031
071031
070731
070731
071130
071130
070831
070831
070228
070228
070731
070731
070630
070630
071031
071031
070831
070831
070930
070930
070531
070531
070228
070228
071130
Old Value
2,810
3,061
3,061
3,219
3,219
4,150
4,150
4,232
4,232
4,332
4,332
2,049
2,049
2,050
2,050
2,219
2,219
2,393
2,393
2,735
2,735
3,280
3,280
3,657
3,657
3,937
New Value
2.81E-03
3.06E-03
3.06E-03
3.22E-03
3.22E-03
4.15E-03
4.15E-03
4.23E-03
4.23E-03
4.33E-03
4.33E-03
2.05E-03
2.05E-03
2.05E-03
2.05E-03
2.22E-03
2.22E-03
2.39E-03
2.39E-03
2.74E-03
2.74E-03
3.28E-03
3.28E-03
3.66E-03
3.66E-03
3.94E-03
                    B-41

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0036757
OH0037389
OH0037389
OH0037389
OH0037389
OH0037567
OH0037567
OH0037567
OH0037567
OH0037567
OH0037567
OH0037575
OH0037575
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
Facility Name
BUMFORD ROAD WWTP
MAST ESTATES WWTP
MAST ESTATES WWTP
MAST ESTATES WWTP
MAST ESTATES WWTP
ODNR HOCKING HILLS SP
CAMPGROU
ODNR HOCKING HILLS SP
CAMPGROU
ODNR HOCKING HILLS SP
CAMPGROU
ODNR HOCKING HILLS SP
CAMPGROU
ODNR HOCKING HILLS SP
CAMPGROU
ODNR HOCKING HILLS SP
CAMPGROU
ODNR HOCKING HILLS SP
CABIN &
ODNR HOCKING HILLS SP
CABIN &
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
Location
BIG ISLAND TWP, OH
BLUFFTON, OH
BLUFFTON, OH
BLUFFTON, OH
BLUFFTON, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LOGAN, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071031
071031
070630
070630
070331
070331
071130
071130
070430
070430
070131
070131
071130
071130
070531
070531
071031
071031
070630
070630
Old Value
3,937
4,721
4,721
4,911
4,911
1,860
1,860
1,951
1,951
3,930
3,930
4,323
4,323
1,339
1,339
1,468
1,468
1,641
1,641
2,125
2,125
New Value
3.94E-03
4.72E-03
4.72E-03
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
1.86E-03
1.86E-03
1.95E-03
1.95E-03
3.93E-03
3.93E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
1.34E-03
1.34E-03
1.47E-03
1.47E-03
1.64E-03
1.64E-03
2.13E-03
2.13E-03
                    B-42

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0037940
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039128
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
OH0039187
Facility Name
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
ODNR TAR HOLLOW STATE
PARK
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
CROTTINGER ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
TAWA ESTATES
Location
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
LAUREL VILLE, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
UNION COUNTY, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070430
070731
070731
070831
070831
071031
071031
070930
070930
071130
071130
070731
070731
070531
070531
070630
070630
070930
070930
071231
071231
070228
070228
070531
070531
070131
070131
070430
070430
070331
Old Value
2,722
2,722
2,731
2,731
4,354
4,354
2,583
2,583
2,635
2,635
2,657
2,657
3,279
3,279
3,495
3,495
3,610
3,610
1,409
1,409
1,665
1,665
1,713
1,713
2,118
2,118
3,320
3,320
3,845
3,845
4,644
New Value
2.72E-03
2.72E-03
2.73E-03
2.73E-03
4.35E-03
4.35E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
2.64E-03
2.64E-03
2.66E-03
2.66E-03
3.28E-03
3.28E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.61E-03
3.61E-03
.41E-03
.41E-03
.67E-03
.67E-03
.71E-03
.71E-03
2.12E-03
2.12E-03
3.32E-03
3.32E-03
3.84E-03
3.84E-03
4.64E-03
                    B-43

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0039187
OH0040754
OH0040754
OH0040754
OH0040754
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0040924
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
Facility Name
TAWA ESTATES
SPRING VALLEY WELL NO 1
WATERW
SPRING VALLEY WELL NO 1
WATERW
SPRING VALLEY WELL NO 1
WATERW
SPRING VALLEY WELL NO 1
WATERW
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
FLETCHER WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
Location
UNION COUNTY, OH
SPRING VALLEY, OH
SPRING VALLEY, OH
SPRING VALLEY, OH
SPRING VALLEY, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
FLETCHER, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
002
002
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1





















PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070430
070430
070228
070228
070531
070531
070430
070430
070930
070930
070731
070731
071031
071031
070331
070331
071231
071231
070630
070630
071130
071130
070831
070831
070131
070131
070630
070630
070930
070930
071031
071031
Old Value
4,644
1,370
1,370
3,127
3,127
4,029
4,029
4,120
4,120
4,248
4,248
4,429
4,429
4,461
4,461
4,521
4,521
4,581
4,581
4,582
4,582
4,705
4,705
4,719
4,719
4,752
4,752
1,550
1,550
1,550
1,550
1,550
1,550
New Value
4.64E-03
1.37E-03
1.37E-03
3.13E-03
3.13E-03
4.03E-03
4.03E-03
4.12E-03
4.12E-03
4.25E-03
4.25E-03
4.43E-03
4.43E-03
4.46E-03
4.46E-03
4.52E-03
4.52E-03
4.58E-03
4.58E-03
4.58E-03
4.58E-03
4.71E-03
4.71E-03
4.72E-03
4.72E-03
4.75E-03
4.75E-03
1.55E-03
1.55E-03
1.55E-03
1.55E-03
1.55E-03
1.55E-03
                    B-44

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0042048
OH0043486
OH0043486
OH0043486
OH0043486
OH0043486
OH0043486
OH0043486
OH0043486
OH0045195
OH0045195
OH0045195
OH0045195
OH0045195
Facility Name
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
JEROMESVILLE WTP
MEDINA COUNTY COMM SD 1 1
MEDINA COUNTY COMM SD 1 1
MEDINA COUNTY COMM SD 1 1
MEDINA COUNTY COMM SD 1 1
MEDINA COUNTY COMM SD 1 1
MEDINA COUNTY COMM SD 1 1
MEDINA COUNTY COMM SD 1 1
MEDINA COUNTY COMM SD 1 1
OBERLIN WATER PLANT
OBERLIN WATER PLANT
OBERLIN WATER PLANT
OBERLIN WATER PLANT
OBERLIN WATER PLANT
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
MEDINA COUNTY, OH
MEDINA COUNTY, OH
MEDINA COUNTY, OH
MEDINA COUNTY, OH
MEDINA COUNTY, OH
MEDINA COUNTY, OH
MEDINA COUNTY, OH
MEDINA COUNTY, OH
OBERLIN, OH
OBERLIN, OH
OBERLIN, OH
OBERLIN, OH
OBERLIN, OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
003
003
003
003
003
MLOC
1















1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070731
070731
070831
070831
071130
071130
071231
071231
071031
071031
070930
070930
070630
070630
070731
070731
070430
070430
070131
070131
070331
Old Value
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
1,650
4,111
4,111
4,386
4,386
4,574
4,574
4,579
4,579
2,513
2,513
2,777
2,777
4,097
New Value
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
4.11E-03
4.11E-03
4.39E-03
4.39E-03
4.57E-03
4.57E-03
4.58E-03
4.58E-03
2.51E-03
2.51E-03
2.78E-03
2.78E-03
4.10E-03
                    B-45

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0045195
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0047198
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
Facility Name
OBERLIN WATER PLANT
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
VILLAGE OF NEW VIENNA
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
Location
OBERLIN, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
HUNTING VALLEY, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
DSCH
003
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070228
070228
070831
070831
070930
070930
070731
070731
070331
070331
070430
070430
071231
071231
071130
071130
070630
070630
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
Old Value
4,097
2,932
2,932
3,087
3,087
3,557
3,557
4,000
4,000
4,534
4,534
4,553
4,553
4,714
4,714
4,773
4,773
4,983
4,983
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
New Value
4.10E-03
2.93E-03
2.93E-03
3.09E-03
3.09E-03
3.56E-03
3.56E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.53E-03
4.53E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
4.71E-03
4.71E-03
4.77E-03
4.77E-03
4.98E-03
4.98E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
                    B-46

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048437
OH0048747
OH0048747
OH0048747
OH0048747
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
Facility Name
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
KERR ALLOTMENT
ASHLAND OIL INC MARIETTA
TERMI
ASHLAND OIL INC MARIETTA
TERMI
ASHLAND OIL INC MARIETTA
TERMI
ASHLAND OIL INC MARIETTA
TERMI
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
Location
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
GOSHEN TWP, OH
MARIETTA, OH
MARIETTA, OH
MARIETTA, OH
MARIETTA, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
003
003
003
003
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
071031
071031
070131
070131
070331
070331
070930
070930
070228
070228
071031
071031
070430
Old Value
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
2,258
2,258
2,676
2,676
1,561
1,561
1,694
1,694
1,720
1,720
1,786
1,786
1,897
1,897
1,907
New Value
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
2.26E-03
2.26E-03
2.68E-03
2.68E-03
1.56E-03
1.56E-03
1.69E-03
1.69E-03
1.72E-03
1.72E-03
1.79E-03
1.79E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.91E-03
                    B-47

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0050903
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
Facility Name
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PLEASANT VALLEY REGIONAL
SEWER
PENT AIR WATER TREATMENT
PENT AIR WATER TREATMENT
PENT AIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
Location
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
UNION TWP, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
071130
071130
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070531
070531
071231
071231
071031
071031
070228
070228
071130
Old Value
1,907
1,917
1,917
2,080
2,080
2,129
2,129
2,322
2,322
2,429
2,429
2,593
2,593
2,160
2,160
2,880
2,880
3,200
New Value
1.91E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
2.08E-03
2.08E-03
2.13E-03
2.13E-03
2.32E-03
2.32E-03
2.43E-03
2.43E-03
2.59E-03
2.59E-03
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
3.20E-03
                    B-48

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051551
OH0051667
OH0051667
OH0051667
OH0051667
OH0051667
Facility Name
PENT AIR WATER TREATMENT
PENT AIR WATER TREATMENT
PENT AIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
PENTAIR WATER TREATMENT
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
Location
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
CHARDON, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
601
601
601
601
601
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071231
071231
070731
070731
070430
070430
070531
070531
070531
070531
070331
070331
071231
071231
071130
071130
070131
Old Value
3,200
3,456
3,456
4,320
4,320
4,800
4,800
4,800
4,800
3,456
3,456
4,320
4,320
2,921
2,921
3,450
3,450
3,502
New Value
3.20E-03
3.46E-03
3.46E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.80E-03
4.80E-03
4.80E-03
4.80E-03
3.46E-03
3.46E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
2.92E-03
2.92E-03
3.45E-03
3.45E-03
3.50E-03
                    B-49

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0051667
OH0051667
OH0051667
OH0051667
OH0051667
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051683
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0051802
Facility Name
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
SWAGELOK COMPANY -
MACEDONIA F
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
MORGAN ADHESIVES
COMPANY
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
Location
MACEDONIA, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
MACEDONIA, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
STOW, OH
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
DSCH
601
601
601
601
601
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070131
070228
070228
071031
071031
070430
070430
071231
071231
070831
070831
070630
070630
071130
071130
070731
070731
070131
070131
070430
Old Value
3,502
4,071
4,071
4,871
4,871
2,765
2,765
3,226
3,226
3,344
3,344
4,642
4,642
1,898
1,898
4,961
4,961
1,413
1,413
1,468
New Value
3.50E-03
4.07E-03
4.07E-03
4.87E-03
4.87E-03
2.77E-03
2.77E-03
3.23E-03
3.23E-03
3.34E-03
3.34E-03
4.64E-03
4.64E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
4.96E-03
4.96E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
1.47E-03
                    B-50

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0051802
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052051
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0052418
Facility Name
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
KALT MANUFACTURING CO
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
Location
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
NORTH RIDGEVILLE,
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
MOGADORE, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
004
004
004
004
601
601
601
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1









1
1
1
1
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
071031
071031
070831
070831
070228
070228
070331
070331
070531
070531
070731
070731
070131
070131
070331
070331
070228
070228
070831
070831
070930
070930
070228
070228
070831
070831
070531
070531
070331
Old Value
1,468
1,579
1,579
1,586
1,586
2,454
2,454
3,287
3,287
1,323
1,323
2,214
2,214
3,231
3,231
3,450
3,450
3,803
3,803
3,817
3,817
4,311
4,311
1,683
1,683
3,366
3,366
1,426
1,426
1,439
New Value
.47E-03
.58E-03
.58E-03
.59E-03
.59E-03
2.45E-03
2.45E-03
3.29E-03
3.29E-03
1.32E-03
1.32E-03
2.21E-03
2.21E-03
3.23E-03
3.23E-03
3.45E-03
3.45E-03
3.80E-03
3.80E-03
3.82E-03
3.82E-03
4.31E-03
4.31E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
3.37E-03
3.37E-03
1.43E-03
1.43E-03
1.44E-03
                    B-51

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0052418
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053007
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
Facility Name
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
EASTWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
FREUDENBERG NOK
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
Location
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
GIBSONBURG, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
MILAN, OH
HICKSVTLLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVTLLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
DSCH
601
601
601
601
601
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070228
070228
070430
070430
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
070430
070430
070331
070331
070531
070531
070228
070228
070630
070630
070228
070228
070531
070531
Old Value
1,439
1,446
1,446
1,486
1,486
3,080
3,080
3,442
3,442
3,471
3,471
4,500
4,500
4,548
4,548
4,548
4,548
4,571
4,571
1,713
1,713
2,000
2,000
2,074
2,074
New Value
1.44E-03
1.45E-03
1.45E-03
1.49E-03
1.49E-03
3.08E-03
3.08E-03
3.44E-03
3.44E-03
3.47E-03
3.47E-03
4.50E-03
4.50E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
4.57E-03
4.57E-03
1.71E-03
1.71E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.07E-03
2.07E-03
                    B-52

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053465
OH0053716
OH0053716
Facility Name
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
DEFIANCE CO MIDDLE
GORDON CREE
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
Location
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVTLLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
HICKSVILLE, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071031
071231
071231
070930
070930
070430
070430
071130
071130
070331
070331
070731
070731
070131
070131
070228
070228
Old Value
2,097
2,097
2,523
2,523
3,080
3,080
3,673
3,673
3,927
3,927
4,371
4,371
4,690
4,690
4,716
4,716
2,000
2,000
New Value
2.10E-03
2.10E-03
2.52E-03
2.52E-03
3.08E-03
3.08E-03
3.67E-03
3.67E-03
3.93E-03
3.93E-03
4.37E-03
4.37E-03
4.69E-03
4.69E-03
4.72E-03
4.72E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
                    B-53

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
OH0053716
Facility Name
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
CULLIGAN OF NORTHERN
OHIO
Location
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
FREMONT, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
Old Value
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
New Value
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
                    B-54

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
Facility Name
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
Location
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
003
003
003
003
003
003
004
004
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070131
070131
070331
070331
070430
070430
071130
071130
071231
071231
070331
070331
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
Old Value
2,290
2,290
2,290
2,290
2,290
2,290
2,290
2,290
2,290
2,290
1,530
1,530
1,530
1,530
1,530
1,530
2,110
2,110
New Value
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
2.11E-03
2.11E-03
                    B-55

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0053864
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
Facility Name
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
ENVIROSAFE SERVICES OF
OHIO
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
Location
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
OREGON, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
DSCH
004
004
012
012
012
012
012
012
012
012
012
012
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070831
070831
070131
070131
070430
070430
071130
071130
071231
071231
070630
070630
071031
071031
070331
070331
Old Value
2,110
2,110
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
3,440
3,440
3,494
3,494
3,526
3,526
New Value
2.11E-03
2.11E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
3.44E-03
3.44E-03
3.49E-03
3.49E-03
3.53E-03
3.53E-03
                    B-56

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054372
OH0054411
OH0054411
Facility Name
LAKE-OF-THE- WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE- WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE- WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE- WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
LAKE-OF-THE-WOODS WATER
COWTP
DELAWARE JOINT
VOCATIONAL SCHO
DELAWARE JOINT
VOCATIONAL SCHO
Location
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
GENOA TWP, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DELAWARE, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070831
070831
070930
070930
070531
070531
071231
071231
070731
070731
070131
070131
070430
070430
071130
071130
071031
071031
Old Value
3,526
3,526
3,533
3,533
3,623
3,623
3,797
3,797
3,848
3,848
4,103
4,103
4,200
4,200
4,400
4,400
1,321
1,321
New Value
3.53E-03
3.53E-03
3.53E-03
3.53E-03
3.62E-03
3.62E-03
3.80E-03
3.80E-03
3.85E-03
3.85E-03
4.10E-03
4.10E-03
4.20E-03
4.20E-03
4.40E-03
4.40E-03
1.32E-03
1.32E-03
                    B-57

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0055085
OH0058416
OH0058416
Facility Name
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
DOW CHEMICAL COMP-
GRANVILLE
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
Location
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVTLLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
GRANVILLE, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070630
070531
070531
070731
070731
070831
070831
071130
071130
071031
071031
070228
070228
070430
070430
071031
071031
Old Value
1,392
1,392
1,586
1,586
1,780
1,780
2,477
2,477
3,647
3,647
3,686
3,686
3,966
3,966
4,755
4,755
1,645
1,645
New Value
1.39E-03
1.39E-03
1.59E-03
1.59E-03
1.78E-03
1.78E-03
2.48E-03
2.48E-03
3.65E-03
3.65E-03
3.69E-03
3.69E-03
3.97E-03
3.97E-03
4.76E-03
4.76E-03
1.64E-03
1.64E-03
                    B-58

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
Facility Name
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
Location
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071231
070831
070831
070930
070930
070630
070630
070131
070131
071130
071130
070531
070531
070731
070731
070228
070228
Old Value
2,257
2,257
2,698
2,698
2,702
2,702
2,764
2,764
2,974
2,974
3,008
3,008
3,011
3,011
3,271
3,271
3,358
3,358
New Value
2.26E-03
2.26E-03
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
2.76E-03
2.76E-03
2.97E-03
2.97E-03
3.01E-03
3.01E-03
3.01E-03
3.01E-03
3.27E-03
3.27E-03
3.36E-03
3.36E-03
                    B-59

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058416
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
Facility Name
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE
RESTAURA
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
Location
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
MANSFIELD, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070430
070331
070331
070228
070228
070531
070531
071130
071130
071031
071031
071231
071231
070131
070131
070430
070430
Old Value
3,574
3,574
3,643
3,643
4,186
4,186
4,217
4,217
4,248
4,248
4,254
4,254
4,278
4,278
4,287
4,287
4,295
4,295
New Value
3.57E-03
3.57E-03
3.64E-03
3.64E-03
4.19E-03
4.19E-03
4.22E-03
4.22E-03
4.25E-03
4.25E-03
4.25E-03
4.25E-03
4.28E-03
4.28E-03
4.29E-03
4.29E-03
4.30E-03
4.30E-03
                    B-60

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058424
OH0058793
OH0058793
OH0058793
OH0058793
OH0058793
OH0058793
OH0058882
OH0058882
Facility Name
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
UNVERFERTH
MANUFACTURING CO
PDV MIDWEST TERMINAL
TOLEDO
PDV MIDWEST TERMINAL
TOLEDO
PDV MIDWEST TERMINAL
TOLEDO
PDV MIDWEST TERMINAL
TOLEDO
PDV MIDWEST TERMINAL
TOLEDO
PDV MIDWEST TERMINAL
TOLEDO
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
Location
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
KALIDA, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
601
601
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070630
070331
070331
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
070331
070331
070430
070430
071130
071130
070630
070630
Old Value
4,305
4,305
4,319
4,319
4,367
4,367
4,409
4,409
4,411
4,411
3,000
3,000
3,833
3,833
4,500
4,500
1,303
1,303
New Value
4.30E-03
4.30E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.37E-03
4.37E-03
4.41E-03
4.41E-03
4.41E-03
4.41E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.83E-03
3.83E-03
4.50E-03
4.50E-03
1.30E-03
1.30E-03
                    B-61

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0058882
OH0059552
OH0059552
OH0063258
Facility Name
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
CHURCH AND DWIGHT CO INC
AMERICAN ENERGY CORP-
CENTURY M
AMERICAN ENERGY CORP-
CENTURY M
GOUGLER INDUSTRIES INC
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
KENT, OH
DSCH
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
017
017
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071231
070731
070731
070228
070228
070531
070531
070131
070131
070430
070430
070831
070831
070331
070331
071031
071031
070531
Old Value
1,363
1,363
1,377
1,377
1,490
1,490
1,688
1,688
1,713
1,713
1,883
1,883
2,624
2,624
2,688
2,688
4,522
4,522
1,309
New Value
1.36E-03
1.36E-03
1.38E-03
1.38E-03
1.49E-03
1.49E-03
1.69E-03
1.69E-03
1.71E-03
1.71E-03
1.88E-03
1.88E-03
2.62E-03
2.62E-03
2.69E-03
2.69E-03
4.52E-03
4.52E-03
1.31E-03
                    B-62

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0063258
OH0063258
OH0063258
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
Facility Name
GOUGLER INDUSTRIES INC
GOUGLER INDUSTRIES INC
GOUGLER INDUSTRIES INC
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
Location
KENT, OH
KENT, OH
KENT, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
003
003
003
003
003
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070430
070430
070331
070331
071130
071130
070331
070331
071130
071130
070131
070131
071231
071231
071031
071031
070331
070331
071130
Old Value
1,309
1,640
1,640
3,605
3,605
4,077
4,077
2,511
2,511
2,840
2,840
3,963
3,963
4,011
4,011
1,422
1,422
4,048
4,048
4,578
New Value
1.31E-03
1.64E-03
1.64E-03
3.61E-03
3.61E-03
4.08E-03
4.08E-03
2.51E-03
2.51E-03
2.84E-03
2.84E-03
3.96E-03
3.96E-03
4.01E-03
4.01E-03
1.42E-03
1.42E-03
4.05E-03
4.05E-03
4.58E-03
                    B-63

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063380
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
Facility Name
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
AURORA TERMINAL AND
TRANSPORTA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
Location
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
AURORA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
DSCH
003
004
004
004
004
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
603
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
070331
070331
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
070531
070531
070731
070731
070331
070331
070430
070430
071130
Old Value
4,578
3,281
3,281
3,711
3,711
1,952
1,952
1,961
1,961
2,381
2,381
3,115
3,115
3,192
3,192
3,252
3,252
4,362
New Value
4.58E-03
3.28E-03
3.28E-03
3.71E-03
3.71E-03
1.95E-03
1.95E-03
1.96E-03
1.96E-03
2.38E-03
2.38E-03
3.12E-03
3.12E-03
3.19E-03
3.19E-03
3.25E-03
3.25E-03
4.36E-03
                    B-64

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063410
OH0063908
OH0063908
OH0063908
OH0063908
OH0063908
OH0063908
OH0063908
OH0063908
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
OH0064041
Facility Name
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
BUCKEYE PIPE LINE CO LP
MANTUA
MERCURY PLASTICS
FABRICATION
MERCURY PLASTICS
FABRICATION
MERCURY PLASTICS
FABRICATION
MERCURY PLASTICS
FABRICATION
MERCURY PLASTICS
FABRICATION
MERCURY PLASTICS
FABRICATION
MERCURY PLASTICS
FABRICATION
MERCURY PLASTICS
FABRICATION
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
OHIO BRAS SCO
Location
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
MANTUA, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
WADSWORTH, OH
DSCH
603
603
603
603
603
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
070630
070630
071031
071031
071031
071031
070731
070731
070831
070831
071231
071231
071031
071031
070228
070228
070731
070731
070831
070831
070331
070331
070430
Old Value
4,362
4,468
4,468
4,595
4,595
1,370
1,370
1,389
1,389
1,498
1,498
1,533
1,533
1,449
1,449
1,617
1,617
1,764
1,764
2,646
2,646
3,171
3,171
3,465
New Value
4.36E-03
4.47E-03
4.47E-03
4.60E-03
4.60E-03
1.37E-03
1.37E-03
1.39E-03
1.39E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
.45E-03
.45E-03
.62E-03
.62E-03
.76E-03
.76E-03
2.65E-03
2.65E-03
3.17E-03
3.17E-03
3.47E-03
                    B-65

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0064041
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
Facility Name
OHIO BRASS CO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
Location
WADSWORTH, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
DSCH
602
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
Old Value
3,465
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
New Value
3.47E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
                    B-66

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0070564
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072125
Facility Name
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
MOORE ENTERPRISES
JEFFERSON LO
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
Location
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
WEST JEFFERSON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
DSCH
601
601
601
601
601
601
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070930
070930
070831
070831
070630
070630
070531
070531
070731
070731
071031
071031
Old Value
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,920
2,700
2,700
2,839
2,839
3,000
3,000
3,129
3,129
3,258
3,258
3,871
3,871
New Value
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
2.84E-03
2.84E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.13E-03
3.13E-03
3.26E-03
3.26E-03
3.87E-03
3.87E-03
                    B-67

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0072125
OH0072125
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
Facility Name
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
LAYHIGH ESTATES MHP
WWTP
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
Location
HAMILTON, OH
HAMILTON, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070430
070131
070131
070531
070531
071130
071130
071031
071031
070930
070930
070430
070430
070831
070831
070630
070630
Old Value
4,700
4,700
1,620
1,620
2,044
2,044
2,059
2,059
2,438
2,438
2,487
2,487
2,515
2,515
2,545
2,545
2,629
2,629
New Value
4.70E-03
4.70E-03
1.62E-03
1.62E-03
2.04E-03
2.04E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.44E-03
2.44E-03
2.49E-03
2.49E-03
2.52E-03
2.52E-03
2.54E-03
2.54E-03
2.63E-03
2.63E-03
                    B-68

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0072575
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
Facility Name
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
CAESARS CREEK FLEA
MARKET
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
003
003
003
003
005
005
005
005
005
005
006
006
006
006
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071231
070731
070731
070531
070531
070430
070430
071130
071130
071031
071031
070930
070930
070531
070531
070131
070131
Old Value
2,665
2,665
2,668
2,668
1,457
1,457
2,583
2,583
3,160
3,160
4,210
4,210
4,985
4,985
1,333
1,333
1,421
1,421
New Value
2.66E-03
2.66E-03
2.67E-03
2.67E-03
1.46E-03
1.46E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
3.16E-03
3.16E-03
4.21E-03
4.21E-03
4.99E-03
4.99E-03
1.33E-03
1.33E-03
1.42E-03
1.42E-03
                    B-69

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076627
OH0076791
OH0076791
OH0076791
OH0076791
OH0076791
OH0076791
OH0076791
OH0076791
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076805
OH0076902
Facility Name
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
COLUMBUS & SOUTHERN
ELEC CO CO
ODOT REST AREA 5-27
ODOT REST AREA 5-27
ODOT REST AREA 5-27
ODOT REST AREA 5-27
ODOT REST AREA 5-27
ODOT REST AREA 5-27
ODOT REST AREA 5-27
ODOT REST AREA 5-27
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
ODOT REST AREA 5-20
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
006
006
006
006
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1

























1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070430
070630
070630
070131
070131
070331
070331
071231
071231
070430
070430
070131
070131
071231
071231
070331
070331
070430
070430
071130
071130
071031
071031
070930
070930
070531
070531
070831
070831
070430
Old Value
1,511
1,511
1,731
1,731
3,003
3,003
4,074
4,074
4,723
4,723
4,793
4,793
2,506
2,506
3,474
3,474
3,567
3,567
4,117
4,117
4,127
4,127
4,242
4,242
4,243
4,243
4,619
4,619
4,665
4,665
1,452
New Value
1.51E-03
1.51E-03
1.73E-03
1.73E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
4.07E-03
4.07E-03
4.72E-03
4.72E-03
4.79E-03
4.79E-03
2.51E-03
2.51E-03
3.47E-03
3.47E-03
3.57E-03
3.57E-03
4.12E-03
4.12E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.24E-03
4.24E-03
4.24E-03
4.24E-03
4.62E-03
4.62E-03
4.66E-03
4.66E-03
1.45E-03
                    B-70

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076902
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
Facility Name
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
OHIO DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
071231
071231
070831
070831
070531
070531
071031
071031
071130
071130
070930
070930
070731
070731
070630
070630
070228
070228
070131
Old Value
1,452
1,529
1,529
1,736
1,736
1,775
1,775
1,833
1,833
1,976
1,976
2,006
2,006
2,468
2,468
2,830
2,830
2,411
2,411
2,519
New Value
1.45E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
1.74E-03
1.74E-03
1.78E-03
1.78E-03
1.83E-03
1.83E-03
1.98E-03
1.98E-03
2.01E-03
2.01E-03
2.47E-03
2.47E-03
2.83E-03
2.83E-03
2.41E-03
2.41E-03
2.52E-03
                    B-71

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076911
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0076929
OH0078387
OH0078387
Facility Name
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-29
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
ODOT PARK NO 5-30
HARMONY
SUBDIVISION/MARION CO
HARMONY
SUBDIVISION/MARION CO
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
PLEASANT TWP, OH
PLEASANT TWP, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1










1
1



















1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070131
071231
071231
070331
070331
071130
071130
071031
071031
070930
070930
070531
070531
070831
070831
070630
070630
070430
070430
070131
070131
071231
071231
071130
071130
070930
070930
071031
071031
070331
070331
070430
070430
070731
070731
Old Value
2,519
2,729
2,729
3,281
3,281
3,333
3,333
3,697
3,697
3,833
3,833
4,158
4,158
4,361
4,361
4,397
4,397
4,500
4,500
2,734
2,734
2,771
2,771
3,444
3,444
3,578
3,578
3,685
3,685
3,924
3,924
4,618
4,618
3,747
3,747
New Value
2.52E-03
2.73E-03
2.73E-03
3.28E-03
3.28E-03
3.33E-03
3.33E-03
3.70E-03
3.70E-03
3.83E-03
3.83E-03
4.16E-03
4.16E-03
4.36E-03
4.36E-03
4.40E-03
4.40E-03
4.50E-03
4.50E-03
2.73E-03
2.73E-03
2.77E-03
2.77E-03
3.44E-03
3.44E-03
3.58E-03
3.58E-03
3.68E-03
3.68E-03
3.92E-03
3.92E-03
4.62E-03
4.62E-03
3.75E-03
3.75E-03
                    B-72

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0078387
OH0078387
OH0078387
OH0078387
OH0078387
OH0078387
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
Facility Name
HARMONY
SUBDIVISION/MARION CO
HARMONY
SUBDIVISION/MARION CO
HARMONY
SUBDIVISION/MARION CO
HARMONY
SUBDIVISION/MARION CO
HARMONY
SUBDIVISION/MARION CO
HARMONY
SUBDIVISION/MARION CO
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
Location
PLEASANT TWP, OH
PLEASANT TWP, OH
PLEASANT TWP, OH
PLEASANT TWP, OH
PLEASANT TWP, OH
PLEASANT TWP, OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071031
070630
070630
070930
070930
070228
070228
070131
070131
071231
071231
070331
070331
071130
071130
070430
070430
Old Value
4,260
4,260
4,628
4,628
4,676
4,676
1,343
1,343
1,445
1,445
1,787
1,787
1,832
1,832
2,120
2,120
2,260
2,260
New Value
4.26E-03
4.26E-03
4.63E-03
4.63E-03
4.68E-03
4.68E-03
1.34E-03
1.34E-03
1.45E-03
1.45E-03
1.79E-03
1.79E-03
1.83E-03
1.83E-03
2.12E-03
2.12E-03
2.26E-03
2.26E-03
                    B-73

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078603
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
Facility Name
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-29
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
Location
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
WYANDOT COUNTY,
OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070531
071031
071031
070930
070930
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070228
070228
070131
070131
071231
071231
070331
070331
071130
071130
071031
071031
070430
Old Value
2,268
2,268
2,274
2,274
2,337
2,337
2,653
2,653
2,781
2,781
2,794
2,794
1,486
1,486
1,648
1,648
1,687
1,687
2,048
2,048
2,243
2,243
2,284
2,284
2,373
New Value
2.27E-03
2.27E-03
2.27E-03
2.27E-03
2.34E-03
2.34E-03
2.65E-03
2.65E-03
2.78E-03
2.78E-03
2.79E-03
2.79E-03
.49E-03
.49E-03
.65E-03
.65E-03
.69E-03
.69E-03
2.05E-03
2.05E-03
2.24E-03
2.24E-03
2.28E-03
2.28E-03
2.37E-03
                    B-74

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078611
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078662
OH0078883
OH0078883
Facility Name
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT PARK NO 1-30
ODOT REST AREA 7-3 3
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-3 3
ODOT REST AREA 7-3 3
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-3 3
ODOT REST AREA 7-3 3
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-3 3
ODOT REST AREA 7-3 3
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
ODOT REST AREA 7-33
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
Location
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
LIMA, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
MOULTON TWP, OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1



















1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070531
070531
070930
070930
070630
070630
070831
070831
070731
070731
071130
071130
071031
071031
070930
070930
071231
071231
070228
070228
070131
070131
070831
070831
070331
070331
070731
070731
070430
070430
070531
070531
070930
070930
Old Value
2,373
2,452
2,452
2,543
2,543
2,677
2,677
2,790
2,790
2,823
2,823
2,363
2,363
2,584
2,584
2,900
2,900
3,144
3,144
3,379
3,379
3,551
3,551
3,758
3,758
3,902
3,902
3,918
3,918
4,153
4,153
4,777
4,777
3,095
3,095
New Value
2.37E-03
2.45E-03
2.45E-03
2.54E-03
2.54E-03
2.68E-03
2.68E-03
2.79E-03
2.79E-03
2.82E-03
2.82E-03
2.36E-03
2.36E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
2.90E-03
2.90E-03
3.14E-03
3.14E-03
3.38E-03
3.38E-03
3.55E-03
3.55E-03
3.76E-03
3.76E-03
3.90E-03
3.90E-03
3.92E-03
3.92E-03
4.15E-03
4.15E-03
4.78E-03
4.78E-03
3.10E-03
3.10E-03
                    B-75

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078883
OH0078981
OH0078981
OH0078981
OH0078981
OH0078999
OH0078999
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
Facility Name
HIGHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
HIGHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
RICHLAND CO COUNTRY
MEADOWS ST
REED ROAD SUBDIVISION
REED ROAD SUBDIVISION
REED ROAD SUBDIVISION
REED ROAD SUBDIVISION
HARDIN CO WASTEWATER
HARDIN CO WASTEWATER
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071031
070731
070731
070531
070531
070630
070630
071130
071130
070831
070831
070430
070430
070430
070430
070930
070930
070831
070831
071130
Old Value
3,188
3,188
4,026
4,026
4,106
4,106
4,230
4,230
4,575
4,575
1,370
1,370
1,386
1,386
1,405
1,405
1,680
1,680
1,884
1,884
1,940
New Value
3.19E-03
3.19E-03
4.03E-03
4.03E-03
4.11E-03
4.11E-03
4.23E-03
4.23E-03
4.57E-03
4.57E-03
1.37E-03
1.37E-03
1.39E-03
1.39E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
1.88E-03
1.88E-03
1.94E-03
                    B-76

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079162
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
Facility Name
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
AUGLAIZE CO SHARLON
SUBDIVISIO
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
Location
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
WASHINGTON TWP, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
070531
070531
070228
070228
070131
070131
070331
070331
070228
070228
070131
070131
071231
071231
070331
070331
070430
070430
071130
071130
071031
071031
070531
070531
070930
070930
070731
Old Value
1,940
2,706
2,706
2,843
2,843
3,174
3,174
4,180
4,180
1,304
1,304
1,405
1,405
1,735
1,735
1,758
1,758
1,927
1,927
2,073
2,073
2,084
2,084
2,216
2,216
2,313
2,313
3,056
New Value
1.94E-03
2.71E-03
2.71E-03
2.84E-03
2.84E-03
3.17E-03
3.17E-03
4.18E-03
4.18E-03
.30E-03
.30E-03
.41E-03
.41E-03
.74E-03
.74E-03
.76E-03
.76E-03
.93E-03
.93E-03
2.07E-03
2.07E-03
2.08E-03
2.08E-03
2.22E-03
2.22E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
3.06E-03
                    B-77

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0079189
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081256
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
Facility Name
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
LINCOLNWAY HOME
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
HOLOPHANE CO INC UTICA
HOLOPHA
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070630
070630
070831
070831
071130
071130
070430
070430
070228
070228
070930
070930
071031
071031
070531
070531
070630
070630
070228
070228
Old Value
3,056
3,107
3,107
3,313
3,313
4,464
4,464
4,488
4,488
4,488
4,488
4,627
4,627
4,737
4,737
1,426
1,426
1,720
1,720
1,748
1,748
New Value
3.06E-03
3.11E-03
3.11E-03
3.31E-03
3.31E-03
4.46E-03
4.46E-03
4.49E-03
4.49E-03
4.49E-03
4.49E-03
4.63E-03
4.63E-03
4.74E-03
4.74E-03
1.43E-03
1.43E-03
1.72E-03
1.72E-03
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
                    B-78

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
OH0081311
Facility Name
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
CONSOLIDATED GRAPHICS,
INC
Location
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071130
071231
071231
070331
070331
070430
070430
071031
071031
070131
070131
070831
070831
070731
070731
070930
070930
Old Value
1,792
1,792
2,007
2,007
2,195
2,195
2,239
2,239
2,254
2,254
2,256
2,256
2,401
2,401
2,435
2,435
2,763
2,763
New Value
1.79E-03
1.79E-03
2.01E-03
2.01E-03
2.19E-03
2.19E-03
2.24E-03
2.24E-03
2.25E-03
2.25E-03
2.26E-03
2.26E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.44E-03
2.44E-03
2.76E-03
2.76E-03
                    B-79

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0081574
OH0081574
OH0081574
OH0081574
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
Facility Name
DUTCH KITCHEN
RESTAURANT
DUTCH KITCHEN
RESTAURANT
DUTCH KITCHEN
RESTAURANT
DUTCH KITCHEN
RESTAURANT
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
MLOC
1
1
1









1
1



















PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
070930
071231
071231
071031
071031
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070831
070831
070930
070930
071231
071231
071031
071031
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
Old Value
1,392
1,392
1,440
1,440
1,400
1,400
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,400
1,400
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
New Value
1.39E-03
1.39E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
                    B-80

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0081752
OH0083674
OH0083674
OH0083674
OH0083674
OH0083674
OH0083674
OH0083909
OH0083909
OH0083909
OH0083909
OH0083909
OH0083909
OH0083925
OH0083925
OH0083925
Facility Name
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
THE TIMKEN COMPANY
OSAIR INC
OSAIR INC
OSAIR INC
OSAIR INC
OSAIR INC
OSAIR INC
KMART DISTRIBUTION
CENTER
KMART DISTRIBUTION
CENTER
KMART DISTRIBUTION
CENTER
KMART DISTRIBUTION
CENTER
KMART DISTRIBUTION
CENTER
KMART DISTRIBUTION
CENTER
WAYNE CO JUVENILE
ATTENTION CE
WAYNE CO JUVENILE
ATTENTION CE
WAYNE CO JUVENILE
ATTENTION CE
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
MENTOR, OH
MENTOR, OH
MENTOR, OH
MENTOR, OH
MENTOR, OH
MENTOR, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1










1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
070131
070131
071231
071231
070430
070430
071031
071031
071130
071130
070731
070731
070930
070930
070831
070831
071231
071231
070131
Old Value
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
2,880
2,880
2,880
2,880
3,600
3,600
4,320
4,320
4,800
4,800
3,617
3,617
4,086
4,086
4,967
4,967
1,306
1,306
1,335
New Value
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
3.60E-03
3.60E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.80E-03
4.80E-03
3.62E-03
3.62E-03
4.09E-03
4.09E-03
4.97E-03
4.97E-03
1.31E-03
1.31E-03
1.34E-03
                    B-81

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0083925
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
Facility Name
WAYNE CO JUVENILE
ATTENTION CE
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
Location
OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070131
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
Old Value
1,335
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
New Value
1.34E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
                    B-82

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0084000
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085405
OH0085502
OH0085502
OH0085669
OH0085669
Facility Name
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
TRUCK WORLD INC HUBBARD
EXECUT
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
HADRONICS INC
CEDARVILLE COLLEGE
CEDARVILLE COLLEGE
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
Location
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
CINCINNATI, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1






1
1
1










1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070930
070930
071130
071130
070731
070731
070531
070531
070831
070831
070331
070331
071231
071231
071031
071031
071231
071231
070131
070131
Old Value
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
1,700
1,700
1,900
1,900
2,300
2,300
2,650
2,650
2,700
2,700
2,750
2,750
3,500
3,500
3,650
3,650
4,381
4,381
2,000
2,000
New Value
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
1.70E-03
1.70E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.65E-03
2.65E-03
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
2.75E-03
2.75E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.65E-03
3.65E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
                    B-83

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
Facility Name
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
Old Value
2,000
2,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
New Value
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
                    B-84

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085669
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085715
OH0085863
OH0085863
OH0085863
OH0085863
OH0085898
OH0085898
OH0085898
OH0085898
OH0085898
OH0085898
OH0087921
OH0087921
OH0087921
OH0087921
OH0087921
Facility Name
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
BROWN'S RUN COUNTRY
CLUB
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
CASCADE CORPORATION
THOUSAND TRAILS INC
WILMINGTON
THOUSAND TRAILS INC
WILMINGTON
THOUSAND TRAILS INC
WILMINGTON
THOUSAND TRAILS INC
WILMINGTON
O.S. KELLY COMPANY
O.S. KELLY COMPANY
O.S. KELLY COMPANY
O.S. KELLY COMPANY
O.S. KELLY COMPANY
O.S. KELLY COMPANY
SCHAEFER EQUIPMENT INC
SCHAEFER EQUIPMENT INC
SCHAEFER EQUIPMENT INC
SCHAEFER EQUIPMENT INC
SCHAEFER EQUIPMENT INC
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
SPRINGFIELD, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
004
004
004
004
004
MLOC
1
1
1









1
1
1
1
1












PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071130
071231
071231
070228
070228
070731
070731
071031
071031
070131
070131
070831
070831
070430
070430
071031
071031
070531
070531
071130
071130
070930
070930
070731
070731
070630
070630
071031
Old Value
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
1,357
1,357
1,357
1,357
1,358
1,358
1,901
1,901
4,073
4,073
2,603
2,603
4,679
4,679
1,425
1,425
1,425
1,425
2,850
2,850
1,767
1,767
2,580
2,580
3,843
New Value
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
1.36E-03
1.36E-03
1.36E-03
1.36E-03
1.36E-03
1.36E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
4.07E-03
4.07E-03
2.60E-03
2.60E-03
4.68E-03
4.68E-03
1.43E-03
1.43E-03
1.43E-03
1.43E-03
2.85E-03
2.85E-03
1.77E-03
1.77E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
3.84E-03
                    B-85

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0087921
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088021
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
Facility Name
SCHAEFER EQUIPMENT INC
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
AJAX MAGNETHERMIC CORP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
Location
OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
WARREN, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
004
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1















PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071231
071231
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
071031
071031
071130
071130
070131
070131
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
Old Value
3,843
4,030
4,030
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
4,130
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
New Value
3.84E-03
4.03E-03
4.03E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
4.13E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
                    B-86

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088102
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
Facility Name
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
NASHVILLE WTP
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1





1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
Old Value
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
New Value
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
                    B-87

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088129
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088137
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
Facility Name
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
MARATHON/ASHLAND -
YOUNGSTOWN
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4-42
ODOT PARK NO 4- 10
ODOT PARK NO 4- 10
ODOT PARK NO 4- 10
ODOT PARK NO 4- 10
ODOT PARK NO 4-10
Location
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1





1
1












1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
071231
071231
071130
071130
070430
070430
071031
071031
070930
070930
070630
070630
070831
070831
070531
070531
070228
070228
070131
070131
070331
Old Value
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,332
1,332
1,400
1,400
1,690
1,690
1,797
1,797
2,083
2,083
2,250
2,250
2,310
2,310
2,443
2,443
2,460
2,460
2,857
2,857
4,113
4,113
2,388
2,388
2,553
2,553
3,479
New Value
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.33E-03
1.33E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.69E-03
1.69E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
2.08E-03
2.08E-03
2.25E-03
2.25E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.44E-03
2.44E-03
2.46E-03
2.46E-03
2.86E-03
2.86E-03
4.11E-03
4.11E-03
2.39E-03
2.39E-03
2.55E-03
2.55E-03
3.48E-03
                    B-88

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088226
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
OH0088242
Facility Name
ODOTPARKNO4-10
ODOTPARKNO4-10
ODOTPARKNO4-10
ODOTPARKNO4-10
ODOTPARKNO4-10
ODOTPARKNO4-10
ODOT PARK NO 4-10
ODOT PARK NO 4-10
ODOT PARK NO 4-10
ODOT PARK NO 4-10
ODOT PARK NO 4-10
ODOT PARK NO 4-10
ODOT PARK NO 4-10
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
ODOT PARK NO 4-44
Location
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
HUBBARD, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1









1
1























PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
071231
071231
071130
071130
070430
070430
071031
071031
070531
070531
070930
070930
070228
070228
071231
071231
070131
070131
070331
070331
071130
071130
070430
070430
071031
071031
070831
070831
070930
070930
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
Old Value
3,479
3,487
3,487
4,054
4,054
4,188
4,188
4,413
4,413
4,823
4,823
4,857
4,857
1,618
1,618
1,800
1,800
1,826
1,826
2,061
2,061
2,147
2,147
2,217
2,217
2,555
2,555
2,777
2,777
2,863
2,863
2,877
2,877
3,087
3,087
3,187
3,187
New Value
3.48E-03
3.49E-03
3.49E-03
4.05E-03
4.05E-03
4.19E-03
4.19E-03
4.41E-03
4.41E-03
4.82E-03
4.82E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
1.62E-03
1.62E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.83E-03
1.83E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.15E-03
2.15E-03
2.22E-03
2.22E-03
2.55E-03
2.55E-03
2.78E-03
2.78E-03
2.86E-03
2.86E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
3.09E-03
3.09E-03
3.19E-03
3.19E-03
                    B-89

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0089656
OH0089656
OH0089711
OH0089711
OH0089711
OH0089711
OH0089711
OH0089711
OH0090875
OH0090875
OH0090875
OH0090875
OH0090999
OH0090999
OH0090999
OH0090999
OH0091031
OH0091031
OH0091375
OH0091375
OH0091375
OH0091375
OH0091375
OH0091375
OH0091901
Facility Name
CUYAHOGA LANDMARK INC -
STRONG
CUYAHOGA LANDMARK INC -
STRONG
HOBB VILLA APARTMENTS
HOBB VILLA APARTMENTS
HOBB VILLA APARTMENTS
HOBB VILLA APARTMENTS
HOBB VILLA APARTMENTS
HOBB VILLA APARTMENTS
INDUSTRIAL TIMBER & LAND
CO
INDUSTRIAL TIMBER & LAND
CO
INDUSTRIAL TIMBER & LAND
CO
INDUSTRIAL TIMBER & LAND
CO
OHIO DEPT OF NATURAL
RESOUR
OHIO DEPT OF NATURAL
RESOUR
OHIO DEPT OF NATURAL
RESOUR
OHIO DEPT OF NATURAL
RESOUR
OHIO DEPT OF NATURAL
RESOUR
OHIO DEPT OF NATURAL
RESOUR
ROLLING HILLS ELEM SCHOOL
ROLLING HILLS ELEM SCHOOL
ROLLING HILLS ELEM SCHOOL
ROLLING HILLS ELEM SCHOOL
ROLLING HILLS ELEM SCHOOL
ROLLING HILLS ELEM SCHOOL
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071130
071130
071130
070331
070331
070228
070228
070831
070831
071231
071231
070531
070531
070430
070430
070630
070630
070131
070131
070531
070531
070430
070430
070731
Old Value
1,440
1,440
3,139
3,139
3,210
3,210
3,464
3,464
1,440
1,440
2,880
2,880
1,312
1,312
1,658
1,658
1,354
1,354
1,650
,650
,650
,650
,675
,675
,496
New Value
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
3.14E-03
3.14E-03
3.21E-03
3.21E-03
3.46E-03
3.46E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
1.31E-03
1.31E-03
1.66E-03
1.66E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
1.50E-03
                    B-90

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091901
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0091979
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
Facility Name
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
CIRCLE RESTAURANT INC
DUNROVINMHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUNROVINMHP
DUN ROVTN MHP
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
MLOC
1











1
1























PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
070131
070131
071130
071130
071231
071231
071031
071031
070430
070430
070531
070531
070331
070331
070228
070228
070131
070131
070228
070228
Old Value
1,496
4,375
4,375
4,375
4,375
4,375
4,375
4,375
4,375
4,375
4,375
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,500
1,500
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,680
1,920
1,920
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
4,065
4,065
4,243
4,243
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
New Value
1.50E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
4.07E-03
4.07E-03
4.24E-03
4.24E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
                    B-91

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092118
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
Facility Name
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
ENDURA PLASTICS INC
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1










1
1






1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070930
070930
071031
071031
070131
070131
070228
070228
Old Value
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
3,000
3,000
3,398
3,398
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
New Value
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.40E-03
3.40E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
                    B-92

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092291
OH0092941
OH0092941
Facility Name
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
SMITHVILLE MOBILE HOME
PARK
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
071130
071130
071231
071231
070430
070430
070531
070531
071031
071031
Old Value
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
1,368
1,368
New Value
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
1.37E-03
1.37E-03
                    B-93

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0092941
OH0094439
OH0094439
OH0094439
OH0094439
OH0094439
OH0094439
Facility Name
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
STEELCRAFT
MANUFACTURING CO
EAST GUERNSEY LOCAL
SCHOOLS
EAST GUERNSEY LOCAL
SCHOOLS
EAST GUERNSEY LOCAL
SCHOOLS
EAST GUERNSEY LOCAL
SCHOOLS
EAST GUERNSEY LOCAL
SCHOOLS
EAST GUERNSEY LOCAL
SCHOOLS
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070531
070531
070630
070630
070131
070131
070430
070430
070228
070228
070731
070731
070630
070630
070831
070831
Old Value
1,981
1,981
2,034
2,034
2,862
2,862
2,955
2,955
3,011
3,011
3,245
3,245
2,747
2,747
3,168
3,168
3,928
3,928
New Value
1.98E-03
1.98E-03
2.03E-03
2.03E-03
2.86E-03
2.86E-03
2.96E-03
2.96E-03
3.01E-03
3.01E-03
3.25E-03
3.25E-03
2.75E-03
2.75E-03
3.17E-03
3.17E-03
3.93E-03
3.93E-03
                    B-94

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0094552
OH0094552
OH0094552
OH0094552
OH0094552
OH0094552
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0094803
OH0095265
Facility Name
STONE CONTAINER CORP
MILLCREEK
STONE CONTAINER CORP
MILLCREEK
STONE CONTAINER CORP
MILLCREEK
STONE CONTAINER CORP
MILLCREEK
STONE CONTAINER CORP
MILLCREEK
STONE CONTAINER CORP
MILLCREEK
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
B&D COMMISSARY
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

















PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071130
070630
070630
070930
070930
070531
070531
071231
071231
070131
070131
070630
070630
070228
070228
071130
071130
070331
070331
070430
070430
070831
070831
071031
071031
070930
070930
070731
070731
071031
Old Value
2,160
2,160
2,332
2,332
3,077
3,077
1,603
1,603
1,614
1,614
1,780
1,780
1,790
1,790
1,897
1,897
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,919
1,919
1,955
1,955
2,243
2,243
2,387
2,387
3,076
3,076
2,510
New Value
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
3.08E-03
3.08E-03
.60E-03
.60E-03
.61E-03
.61E-03
.78E-03
.78E-03
.79E-03
1.79E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
1.95E-03
1.95E-03
2.24E-03
2.24E-03
2.39E-03
2.39E-03
3.08E-03
3.08E-03
2.51E-03
                    B-95

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095265
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095362
OH0095494
OH0095494
Facility Name
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
Forest Lane WWTP & Sewers
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN
SUPER 8 MOTEL MILAN


Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC





































PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
070731
070731
070630
070630
070430
070430
071130
071130
070228
070228
070531
070531
070930
070930
070831
070831
071231
071231
070331
070331
070131
070131
071231
071231
071130
071130
070228
070228
070331
070331
070531
070531
071031
071031
070331
070331
Old Value
2,510
2,668
2,668
2,750
2,750
2,783
2,783
2,877
2,877
2,889
2,889
2,935
2,935
3,060
3,060
3,400
3,400
3,626
3,626
3,693
3,693
3,774
3,774
1,800
1,800
2,700
2,700
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,890
4,890
3,600
3,600
New Value
2.51E-03
2.67E-03
2.67E-03
2.75E-03
2.75E-03
2.78E-03
2.78E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
2.89E-03
2.89E-03
2.94E-03
2.94E-03
3.06E-03
3.06E-03
3.40E-03
3.40E-03
3.63E-03
3.63E-03
3.69E-03
3.69E-03
3.77E-03
3.77E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
3.60E-03
3.60E-03
                    B-96

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0095494
OH0095494
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096334
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
Facility Name


ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
ODOT 0729
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC












1
1












1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070531
071231
071231
070228
070228
070131
070131
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070228
070228
070430
070430
070630
Old Value
4,428
4,428
1,552
1,552
1,711
1,711
1,787
1,787
2,023
2,023
2,027
2,027
2,152
2,152
2,180
2,180
2,200
2,200
2,400
2,400
2,513
2,513
2,697
2,697
3,239
3,239
2,340
2,340
2,880
2,880
3,168
New Value
4.43E-03
4.43E-03
1.55E-03
1.55E-03
1.71E-03
1.71E-03
1.79E-03
1.79E-03
2.02E-03
2.02E-03
2.03E-03
2.03E-03
2.15E-03
2.15E-03
2.18E-03
2.18E-03
2.20E-03
2.20E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.51E-03
2.51E-03
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
3.24E-03
3.24E-03
2.34E-03
2.34E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
3.17E-03
                    B-97

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096466
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096661
Facility Name
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 5
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070131
070131
070331
070331
071130
071130
070831
070831
070731
070731
070531
070531
070930
070930
071031
071031
070131
Old Value
3,168
3,240
3,240
3,312
3,312
3,456
3,456
3,600
3,600
3,960
3,960
4,320
4,320
4,320
4,320
1,741
1,741
1,792
New Value
3.17E-03
3.24E-03
3.24E-03
3.31E-03
3.31E-03
3.46E-03
3.46E-03
3.60E-03
3.60E-03
3.96E-03
3.96E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
1.74E-03
1.74E-03
1.79E-03
                    B-98

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096661
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
Facility Name
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
TALAWANDA CITY SCHOOL-
MARSHALL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070131
070331
070331
070430
070430
071231
071231
070531
070531
070228
070228
071231
071231
070831
070831
070430
070430
070331
Old Value
1,792
1,843
1,843
2,055
2,055
2,058
2,058
2,064
2,064
1,857
1,857
2,290
2,290
2,329
2,329
2,333
2,333
2,742
New Value
1.79E-03
1.84E-03
1.84E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
1.86E-03
1.86E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.74E-03
                    B-99

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096717
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0096768
Facility Name
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
HARDIN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070131
070131
071031
071031
071130
071130
070531
070531
070930
070930
070331
070331
070531
070531
070831
070831
070731
Old Value
2,742
2,806
2,806
2,839
2,839
3,200
3,200
3,516
3,516
3,533
3,533
3,642
3,642
4,443
4,443
4,698
4,698
4,784
New Value
2.74E-03
2.81E-03
2.81E-03
2.84E-03
2.84E-03
3.20E-03
3.20E-03
3.52E-03
3.52E-03
3.53E-03
3.53E-03
3.64E-03
3.64E-03
4.44E-03
4.44E-03
4.70E-03
4.70E-03
4.78E-03
                   B-100

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0096768
OH0098141
OH0098141
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
Facility Name
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
WALTON CREEK
CONDOMINIUMS WWTP
MIDDLEFIELD PLASTICS CORP
MIDDLEFIELD PLASTICS CORP
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070131
070131
070930
070930
070831
070831
071130
071130
070731
070731
070930
070930
070228
070228
071031
071031
070531
070531
Old Value
4,784
4,943
4,943
4,996
4,996
1,325
1,325
1,894
1,894
1,897
1,897
1,898
1,898
1,899
1,899
1,899
1,899
1,900
1,900
New Value
4.78E-03
4.94E-03
4.94E-03
5.00E-03
5.00E-03
1.33E-03
1.33E-03
1.89E-03
1.89E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
                   B-101

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098434
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
Facility Name
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
STAHL A SCOTT FETZER
COMPANY
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070831
070831
070331
070331
071231
071231
070131
070131
070630
070630
070430
070430
071031
071031
070630
070630
070731
070731
Old Value
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,901
1,901
1,901
1,901
1,901
1,901
1,902
1,902
2,896
2,896
2,985
2,985
3,159
3,159
New Value
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
2.90E-03
2.90E-03
2.99E-03
2.99E-03
3.16E-03
3.16E-03
                   B-102

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0098540
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
Facility Name
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
RESERVE ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
007
007
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1





1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070831
070831
070930
070930
070331
070331
071031
071031
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
Old Value
3,481
3,481
4,123
4,123
4,655
4,655
1,522
1,522
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
New Value
3.48E-03
3.48E-03
4.12E-03
4.12E-03
4.66E-03
4.66E-03
1.52E-03
1.52E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
.80E-03
                   B-103

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099295
OH0099333
OH0099333
OH0099333
OH0099333
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099473
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
Facility Name
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
GERMANO W & SD
BRILLIANT WTP
BRILLIANT WTP
BRILLIANT WTP
BRILLIANT WTP
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30
ODOT REST AREA 9-30








Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
























PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071231
071231
070228
070228
070331
070331
070131
070131
070331
070331
071231
071231
071130
071130
070430
070430
070930
070930
071031
071031
070531
070531
070831
070831
070630
070630
070731
070731
070131
070131
071231
071231
070630
070630
070731
070731
Old Value
1,800
1,800
1,800
4,364
4,364
4,364
4,364
1,368
1,368
1,823
1,823
1,832
1,832
2,260
2,260
2,323
2,323
2,620
2,620
2,623
2,623
2,687
2,687
2,845
2,845
3,170
3,170
3,500
3,500
1,825
1,825
1,900
1,900
1,940
1,940
2,000
2,000
New Value
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
4.36E-03
4.36E-03
4.36E-03
4.36E-03
1.37E-03
1.37E-03
1.82E-03
1.82E-03
1.83E-03
1.83E-03
2.26E-03
2.26E-03
2.32E-03
2.32E-03
2.62E-03
2.62E-03
2.62E-03
2.62E-03
2.69E-03
2.69E-03
2.85E-03
2.85E-03
3.17E-03
3.17E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
1.83E-03
1.83E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.94E-03
1.94E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
                   B-104

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0099759
OH0101338
OH0101338
OH0101419
OHO 10 14 19
OHO 10 14 19
OHO 10 14 19
OHO 10 14 19
OHO 10 14 19
OHO 10 14 19
OH0101419
OH0101486
OH0101486
OHO 10 1486
Facility Name
















PILOT OIL
PILOT OIL
SHAKER REAL ESTATE &
PROPERTY
SHAKER REAL ESTATE &
PROPERTY
SHAKER REAL ESTATE &
PROPERTY
SHAKER REAL ESTATE &
PROPERTY
SHAKER REAL ESTATE &
PROPERTY
SHAKER REAL ESTATE &
PROPERTY
SHAKER REAL ESTATE &
PROPERTY
SHAKER REAL ESTATE &
PROPERTY
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070831
070831
070930
070930
071130
071130
070228
070228
071031
071031
070430
070430
070331
070331
070531
070531
070930
070930
070531
070531
071231
071231
070430
070430
071130
071130
070630
070630
071130
Old Value
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,120
2,120
2,200
2,200
2,410
2,410
2,459
2,459
2,487
2,487
4,911
4,911
1,440
1,440
1,728
1,728
3,744
3,744
4,032
4,032
1,369
1,369
1,493
New Value
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.12E-03
2.12E-03
2.20E-03
2.20E-03
2.41E-03
2.41E-03
2.46E-03
2.46E-03
2.49E-03
2.49E-03
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.73E-03
1.73E-03
3.74E-03
3.74E-03
4.03E-03
4.03E-03
1.37E-03
1.37E-03
1.49E-03
                   B-105

-------
Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 10 1486
OHO 10 1486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OHO 10 1486
OHO 10 1486
OHO 10 1486
OHO 10 1486
OHO 10 1486
OHO 10 1486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OH0101486
OHO 10 1486
OHO 10 1567
OHO 10 1567
OHO 10 1664
OHO 10 1664
OH0101664
OHO 10 1664
OHO 10 1664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OHO 10 1664
Facility Name
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
UNITED CANNING CORP
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 3
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 3












Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1










1
1





















PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
070731
070731
070930
070930
071231
071231
071031
071031
070831
070831
070131
070131
070228
070228
070531
070531
070331
070331
070430
070430
071130
071130
070930
070930
071130
071130
071031
071031
070831
070831
070531
070531
070731
070731
Old Value
1,493
1,514
1,514
1,775
1,775
1,818
1,818
1,854
1,854
2,014
2,014
2,085
2,085
2,311
2,311
2,400
2,400
2,406
2,406
2,410
2,410
1,440
1,440
1,320
1,320
1,375
1,375
1,500
1,500
1,526
1,526
1,536
1,536
1,557
1,557
New Value
1.49E-03
1.51E-03
1.51E-03
1.77E-03
1.77E-03
1.82E-03
1.82E-03
1.85E-03
1.85E-03
2.01E-03
2.01E-03
2.08E-03
2.08E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.41E-03
2.41E-03
2.41E-03
2.41E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.32E-03
1.32E-03
1.38E-03
1.38E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
1.54E-03
1.54E-03
1.56E-03
1.56E-03
                   B-106

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 10 1664
OHO 10 1664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OH0101664
OHO 10 1664
OHO 10 1664
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OHO 10 1681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OH0101681
OHO 10 1753
OHO 10 1753
OH0102008
OH0102008
OH0102008
OH0102008
OH0102296
Facility Name










FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
FLAKES FORD ESTATES
OWENS CORNING FIBERGLASS
OWENS CORNING FIBERGLASS
ST. JOHNS EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN
ST. JOHNS EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN
ST. JOHNS EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN
ST. JOHNS EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN
WAYNE WTP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
005
005
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC



























1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
071231
071231
070430
070430
070630
070630
070131
070131
070331
070331
070731
070731
071130
071130
070430
070430
070930
070930
070531
070531
070630
070630
070228
070228
071231
071231
070228
070228
070331
070331
071031
Old Value
1,877
1,877
1,957
1,957
1,968
1,968
2,024
2,024
2,929
2,929
3,908
3,908
4,005
4,005
4,032
4,032
4,041
4,041
4,048
4,048
4,076
4,076
4,208
4,208
4,514
4,514
4,395
4,395
2,104
2,104
3,089
3,089
2,991
New Value
1.88E-03
1.88E-03
1.96E-03
1.96E-03
1.97E-03
1.97E-03
2.02E-03
2.02E-03
2.93E-03
2.93E-03
3.91E-03
3.91E-03
4.01E-03
4.01E-03
4.03E-03
4.03E-03
4.04E-03
4.04E-03
4.05E-03
4.05E-03
4.08E-03
4.08E-03
4.21E-03
4.21E-03
4.51E-03
4.51E-03
4.39E-03
4.39E-03
2.10E-03
2.10E-03
3.09E-03
3.09E-03
2.99E-03
                   B-107

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OH0102296
OH0102296
OH0102296
OH0102296
OH0102296
OH0102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 102296
OHO 1023 85
OHO 1023 85
OHO 1023 85
OH0102385
OH0102385
OH0102385
OH0102385
OH0102385
OH0102385
OH0102385
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
Facility Name
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
WAYNE WTP
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
PERSTORP POLYOLS INC
WALDO DUTCHES S
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1




















1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
070930
070930
071231
071231
071130
071130
070831
070831
070430
070430
070131
070131
070731
070731
070531
070531
070630
070630
070228
070228
070331
070331
070630
070630
071231
071231
071130
071130
070131
070131
070831
070831
070131
070131
Old Value
2,991
3,033
3,033
3,054
3,054
3,162
3,162
3,252
3,252
3,520
3,520
3,560
3,560
3,778
3,778
4,012
4,012
4,262
4,262
4,890
4,890
4,891
4,891
1,327
1,327
1,577
1,577
1,648
1,648
1,695
1,695
2,652
2,652
1,600
1,600
New Value
2.99E-03
3.03E-03
3.03E-03
3.05E-03
3.05E-03
3.16E-03
3.16E-03
3.25E-03
3.25E-03
3.52E-03
3.52E-03
3.56E-03
3.56E-03
3.78E-03
3.78E-03
4.01E-03
4.01E-03
4.26E-03
4.26E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
1.33E-03
1.33E-03
1.58E-03
1.58E-03
1.65E-03
1.65E-03
1.69E-03
1.69E-03
2.65E-03
2.65E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
                   B-108

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 102563
OH0102563
OH0102563
OH0102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OHO 102563
OH0102563
OH0102563
OH0102563
OHO 102563
Facility Name
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070228
070228
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
Old Value
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
New Value
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
                   B-109

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 102563
OH0102563
OH0102628
OH0102628
OH0102661
OH0102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OH0102661
OH0102661
OH0102661
OH0102661
OH0102661
OH0102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 102661
OHO 103063
OH0103063
OH0104027
OH0104027
OH0104027
OHO 104027
OHO 104027
Facility Name
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
WALDO DUTCHESS
CONVENIENCE
CELINA LANDFILL INC
CELINA LANDFILL INC
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
CASK VILLA CONDOMINIUMS
WINKING LIZARD OF
PENINSULA IN
WINKING LIZARD OF
PENINSULA IN





Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
PENINSULA, OH
PENINSULA, OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1











1
1
1











1






PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071231
070930
070930
071130
071130
071031
071031
070228
070228
070131
070131
071231
071231
070331
070331
070531
070531
070430
070430
070630
070630
070731
070731
070930
070930
071130
071130
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
Old Value
1,600
1,600
1,800
1,800
2,667
2,667
2,710
2,710
3,286
3,286
3,323
3,323
3,645
3,645
4,290
4,290
4,290
4,290
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,323
4,323
4,367
4,367
4,937
4,937
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
New Value
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
2.67E-03
2.67E-03
2.71E-03
2.71E-03
3.29E-03
3.29E-03
3.32E-03
3.32E-03
3.65E-03
3.65E-03
4.29E-03
4.29E-03
4.29E-03
4.29E-03
4.30E-03
4.30E-03
4.30E-03
4.30E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
4.37E-03
4.37E-03
4.94E-03
4.94E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
                   B-110

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 104027
OHO 104027
OH0104027
OH0104027
OH0104027
OH0104027
OH0104027
OH0104027
OHO 104027
OHO 104027
OHO 104027
OHO 104027
OHO 104027
OHO 104027
OHO 104027
OH0104027
OH0104027
OH0104116
OHO 104 116
OHO 104205
OHO 104205
OHO 104205
OHO 104205
OHO 104205
OHO 104205
OHO 104370
OHO 104370
OH0104370
OHO 104370
OHO 104370
Facility Name

















OHIO WASTE SYS SUBURBAN
SOUTH
OHIO WASTE SYS SUBURBAN
SOUTH






SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC

























1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
070930
070930
071031
071031
071231
071231
070731
070731
071031
071031
070831
070831
071130
Old Value
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,800
1,800
1,477
,477
,578
,578
,706
,706
1,343
1,343
1,488
1,488
1,980
New Value
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.48E-03
1.48E-03
1.58E-03
1.58E-03
1.71E-03
1.71E-03
1.34E-03
1.34E-03
1.49E-03
1.49E-03
1.98E-03
                   B-lll

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 104370
OH0104370
OH0104370
OH0104370
OHO 104370
OHO 104426
OHO 104426
OHO 104426
OHO 104426
OHO 104426
OHO 104426
OHO 104426
OHO 104426
OHO 104451
OH0104451
OH0104507
OH0104507
OH0104507
OH0104507
OH0104507
OH0104507
Facility Name
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
SCIOTO CO PORTSMOUTH
REGIONAL
MINFORD VILLAGE
APARTMENTS
MINFORD VILLAGE
APARTMENTS
MINFORD VILLAGE
APARTMENTS
MINFORD VILLAGE
APARTMENTS
MINFORD VILLAGE
APARTMENTS
MINFORD VILLAGE
APARTMENTS
MINFORD VILLAGE
APARTMENTS
MINFORD VILLAGE
APARTMENTS
SOUTHERN WOOD PIEDMONT
CO
SOUTHERN WOOD PIEDMONT
CO
MEAD CORP DEPOT SITE
MEAD CORP DEPOT SITE
MEAD CORP DEPOT SITE
MEAD CORP DEPOT SITE
MEAD CORP DEPOT SITE
MEAD CORP DEPOT SITE
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1







PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
070430
070430
070331
070331
070630
070630
071130
071130
071031
071031
070831
070831
070930
070930
070228
070228
070131
070131
071231
071231
Old Value
1,980
4,700
4,700
4,890
4,890
4,704
4,704
4,752
4,752
4,846
4,846
4,877
4,877
4,972
4,972
2,286
2,286
1,345
1,345
2,880
2,880
New Value
1.98E-03
4.70E-03
4.70E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
4.70E-03
4.70E-03
4.75E-03
4.75E-03
4.85E-03
4.85E-03
4.88E-03
4.88E-03
4.97E-03
4.97E-03
2.29E-03
2.29E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
                   B-112

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 1052 10
OHO 1052 10
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OH0105392
OHO 1057 16
OH0105716
OH0105716
OH0105716
OH0105716
OH0105716
OH0105716
OHO 1057 16
OHO 1057 16
OHO 1057 16
Facility Name
HONDA OF AMERICA MFC INC
ELIB
HONDA OF AMERICA MFC INC
ELIB












RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
602
602
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
003
003
003
003
005
005
005
005
008
008
MLOC
G
G











1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070430
071231
071231
070430
070430
070331
070331
070930
070930
071031
071031
070831
070831
070531
070531
070331
070331
070131
070131
070228
070228
070531
070531
Old Value
4,220
4,220
1,813
1,813
3,990
3,990
4,174
4,174
4,360
4,360
4,406
4,406
4,490
4,490
3,143
3,143
4,285
4,285
2,078
2,078
2,852
2,852
3,646
3,646
New Value
4.22E-03
4.22E-03
1.81E-03
1.81E-03
3.99E-03
3.99E-03
4.17E-03
4.17E-03
4.36E-03
4.36E-03
4.41E-03
4.41E-03
4.49E-03
4.49E-03
3.14E-03
3.14E-03
4.29E-03
4.29E-03
2.08E-03
2.08E-03
2.85E-03
2.85E-03
3.65E-03
3.65E-03
                   B-113

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 1057 16
OHO 1057 16
OH0105716
OH0105716
OH0105716
OH0105716
OH0105805
OH0105805
OHO 105805
OHO 105805
OHO 105805
OHO 105805
OHO 105805
OHO 105805
OH0105805
OH0105805
OH0105805
OH0105805
Facility Name
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
RIVER TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
008
008
009
009
009
009
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070531
070531
070331
070331
070531
070531
070228
070228
070630
070630
070731
070731
071231
071231
070430
070430
Old Value
4,971
4,971
3,646
3,646
4,971
4,971
2,000
2,000
2,100
2,100
3,000
3,000
3,400
3,400
3,600
3,600
3,900
3,900
New Value
4.97E-03
4.97E-03
3.65E-03
3.65E-03
4.97E-03
4.97E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.10E-03
2.10E-03
3.00E-03
3.00E-03
3.40E-03
3.40E-03
3.60E-03
3.60E-03
3.90E-03
3.90E-03
                   B-114

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 105805
OHO 105805
OH0105911
OH0105911
OH0105911
OH0105911
OH0105911
OH0105911
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OH0105911
OH0105911
OH0105911
OH0105911
OH0105911
OH0105911
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 1059 11
OHO 105970
OH0105970
OH0105970
OH0105970
OHO 105970
OHO 105970
OHO 105970
OHO 105970
OHO 105970
Facility Name
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
WILLIAMETTE INDUSTRIES
INC
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA
K.A SIMS ENTERPRSESZA









Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1


































PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071130
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070430
070430
070731
070731
070331
070331
070930
070930
071130
Old Value
4,900
4,900
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
1,499
1,499
1,565
1,565
2,313
2,313
2,350
2,350
2,765
New Value
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.57E-03
1.57E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.35E-03
2.35E-03
2.76E-03
                   B-115

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 105970
OHO 105970
OH0105970
OH0105970
OH0105970
OH0105970
OH0105970
OH0106194
OHO 106 194
OHO 106283
OHO 106283
OHO 106283
OHO 106283
OHO 106283
OHO 106283
OH0106283
OH0106283
OH0107077
OHO 107077
OHO 107077
OHO 107077
OHO 107204
OHO 107204
OHO 107221
OHO 107221
OHO 107221
OHO 107221
OHO 107221
OHO 107221
OH0107221
OH0107221
OH0107557
OH0107557
OH0107557
OH0107557
OH0107557
OH0107557
Facility Name







NISSAN NORTH INC
NISSAN NORTH INC








HYPONEX CORP
HYPONEX CORP
HYPONEX CORP
HYPONEX CORP
ROCK CREEK STP
ROCK CREEK STP
AMERICAN LANDFILL INC
AMERICAN LANDFILL INC
AMERICAN LANDFILL INC
AMERICAN LANDFILL INC
AMERICAN LANDFILL INC
AMERICAN LANDFILL INC
AMERICAN LANDFILL INC
AMERICAN LANDFILL INC
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
602
602
001
001
004
004
004
004
004
004
004
004
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC



















G
G






1
1








PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071231
071231
071031
071031
070831
070831
071231
071231
070831
070831
071231
071231
070131
070131
070331
070331
070531
070531
070430
070430
071231
071231
071130
071130
070531
070531
070430
070430
071231
071231
071031
071031
070630
070630
070731
070731
Old Value
2,765
2,822
2,822
3,135
3,135
3,570
3,570
1,556
1,556
1,534
1,534
1,642
1,642
2,108
2,108
2,346
2,346
3,600
3,600
3,800
3,800
4,965
4,965
1,800
1,800
2,160
2,160
2,400
2,400
2,475
2,475
1,400
1,400
1,410
1,410
1,410
1,410
New Value
2.76E-03
2.82E-03
2.82E-03
3.14E-03
3.14E-03
3.57E-03
3.57E-03
1.56E-03
1.56E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
1.64E-03
1.64E-03
2.11E-03
2.11E-03
2.35E-03
2.35E-03
3.60E-03
3.60E-03
3.80E-03
3.80E-03
4.96E-03
4.96E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.48E-03
2.48E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
                   B-116

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 107557
OHO 107557
OHO 107557
OHO 107557
OHO 107557
OHO 107557
OHO 107808
OHO 107808
OH0108171
OH0108171
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OH0109096
OH0109096
OH0109096
OH0109096
OH0109096
OH0109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
Facility Name
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
TRICOR INDUSTRIAL INC.
MURPHIN RIDGE INN
MURPHIN RIDGE INN
BEECH HOLLOW LANDFILL
BEECH HOLLOW LANDFILL
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071231
070430
070430
070531
070531
070531
070531
070531
070531
071231
071231
070228
070228
071130
071130
070331
070331
070430
070430
070131
070131
070531
Old Value
1,430
1,430
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,327
1,327
4,810
4,810
1,462
1,462
1,511
1,511
1,540
1,540
1,910
1,910
2,064
2,064
2,087
2,087
2,128
New Value
.43E-03
.43E-03
.44E-03
.44E-03
.44E-03
.44E-03
.33E-03
.33E-03
4.81E-03
4.81E-03
1.46E-03
1.46E-03
1.51E-03
1.51E-03
1.54E-03
1.54E-03
1.91E-03
1.91E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.09E-03
2.09E-03
2.13E-03
                   B-117

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109096
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
Facility Name
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
68/71
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
071031
071031
070831
070831
070930
070930
070731
070731
070630
070630
070331
070331
070131
070131
070131
070131
070228
Old Value
2,128
2,354
2,354
2,968
2,968
2,989
2,989
3,487
3,487
3,677
3,677
1,800
1,800
2,450
2,450
4,860
4,860
4,860
New Value
2.13E-03
2.35E-03
2.35E-03
2.97E-03
2.97E-03
2.99E-03
2.99E-03
3.49E-03
3.49E-03
3.68E-03
3.68E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
2.45E-03
2.45E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
                   B-118

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
OH0109207
Facility Name
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
Old Value
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
4,860
New Value
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
                   B-119

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 109207
OHO 109207
OH0109207
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OHO 109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OH0109321
OHO 109321
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OHO 11 1252
Facility Name
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
BP OIL CO DAYTON TERMINAL
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
ROCKY FORK TRUCK STOP
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
002
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
MLOC
1
1










1
1












1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071231
071231
070228
070228
070630
070630
070430
070430
070831
070831
070531
070531
071031
071031
070731
070731
070930
070930
070331
070331
071231
071231
071130
071130
070131
070131
070228
070228
070930
070930
071031
071031
070531
Old Value
4,860
4,860
4,860
1,904
1,904
2,363
2,363
2,376
2,376
2,431
2,431
2,444
2,444
2,458
2,458
2,463
2,463
2,492
2,492
2,529
2,529
2,773
2,773
3,072
3,072
3,187
3,187
1,331
1,331
1,364
1,364
1,425
1,425
1,521
New Value
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
2.36E-03
2.36E-03
2.38E-03
2.38E-03
2.43E-03
2.43E-03
2.44E-03
2.44E-03
2.46E-03
2.46E-03
2.46E-03
2.46E-03
2.49E-03
2.49E-03
2.53E-03
2.53E-03
2.77E-03
2.77E-03
3.07E-03
3.07E-03
3.19E-03
3.19E-03
1.33E-03
1.33E-03
1.36E-03
1.36E-03
1.43E-03
1.43E-03
1.52E-03
                   B-120

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 1252
OHO 11 1252
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OH01 11252
OH01 11392
OH01 11392
OH01 11392
OH01 11392
OH01 11481
OH0111481
OHO 11 1481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH0111481
OH0111481
OH0111481
OH0111481
OH0111481
OH0111481
OHO 11 1481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH01 11481
OH0111481
OH0111481
OH0111571
OH0111571
Facility Name
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
METAMORA WTP
METAMORA WTP
METAMORA WTP
METAMORA WTP
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
HURON RIVER ESTATES
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
G
G
G
G
G
G
G






























PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070630
070630
070831
070831
070731
070731
071031
071031
070731
070731
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
Old Value
1,521
1,917
1,917
2,049
2,049
3,521
3,521
2,742
2,742
4,645
4,645
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
New Value
1.52E-03
1.92E-03
1.92E-03
2.05E-03
2.05E-03
3.52E-03
3.52E-03
2.74E-03
2.74E-03
4.65E-03
4.65E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
                   B-121

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 1571
OHO 11 1571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH0111571
OH0111571
OH0111571
OH0111571
OH0111571
OHO 11 1571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH01 11571
OH0111571
OH0111571
OHO 11 1848
OHO 11 1848
OHO 11 1945
OHO 11 1945
OHO 11 1945
OHO 11 1945
OHO 11 1945
Facility Name
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
WAYNESFIELD WTP
CLASTIC CORP CLEVELAND
FACILIT
CLASTIC CORP CLEVELAND
FACILIT
NORTH CANTON TRAVEL
CENTER
NORTH CANTON TRAVEL
CENTER
NORTH CANTON TRAVEL
CENTER
NORTH CANTON TRAVEL
CENTER
NORTH CANTON TRAVEL
CENTER
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
601
MLOC
1





















1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070731
070731
070430
070430
070930
070930
070430
Old Value
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
2,880
2,880
1,348
1,348
4,957
4,957
1,348
New Value
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
3.50E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
4.96E-03
4.96E-03
1.35E-03
                   B-122

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 1945
OHO 11 1945
OHO 11 1945
OH0112119
OH0112119
OH0112119
OH0112119
OH0112119
OH0112119
OH01 12461
OH0112461
OHO 112470
OHO 112470
OHO 112470
OHO 112470
OHO 112470
OHO 112470
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
Facility Name
NORTH CANTON TRAVEL
CENTER
NORTH CANTON TRAVEL
CENTER
NORTH CANTON TRAVEL
CENTER
ST. LUKE LUTHERAN
COMMUNITY
ST. LUKE LUTHERAN
COMMUNITY
ST. LUKE LUTHERAN
COMMUNITY
ST. LUKE LUTHERAN
COMMUNITY
ST. LUKE LUTHERAN
COMMUNITY
ST. LUKE LUTHERAN
COMMUNITY
BIEDERMAN EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
BIEDERMAN EDUCATIONAL
CENTER






CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
601
601
601
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1






1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070930
070930
070331
070331
070430
070430
070228
070228
070228
070228
071231
071231
071130
071130
070731
070731
071231
071231
070731
070731
071130
071130
070131
070131
070930
Old Value
1,348
4,956
4,956
4,710
4,710
4,793
4,793
4,836
4,836
1,404
1,404
3,764
3,764
4,987
4,987
2,493
2,493
3,272
3,272
3,847
3,847
3,868
3,868
3,899
3,899
4,021
New Value
1.35E-03
4.96E-03
4.96E-03
4.71E-03
4.71E-03
4.79E-03
4.79E-03
4.84E-03
4.84E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
3.76E-03
3.76E-03
4.99E-03
4.99E-03
2.49E-03
2.49E-03
3.27E-03
3.27E-03
3.85E-03
3.85E-03
3.87E-03
3.87E-03
3.90E-03
3.90E-03
4.02E-03
                   B-123

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 112640
OHO 113603
OHO 113603
OHO 113603
OHO 11 3603
OHO 11 3603
OHO 11 3603
OHO 11 3603
OH01 13603
OH01 13603
OH01 13603
OH01 13603
OH01 13603
OH01 13603
OH0113603
OH0113603
OH0113603
OH0113603
OH0113603
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OH01 14065
OH01 14065
OH01 14065
OHO 114065
Facility Name
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
CARL S AKEY INC
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
DARBY HOUSE
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1











1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
070228
070228
071031
071031
070831
070831
071031
071031
070131
070131
070731
070731
070531
070531
070831
070831
070331
070331
071231
071231
070430
070430
070930
070930
070131
070131
071130
071130
070430
070430
Old Value
4,021
4,244
4,244
4,484
4,484
4,623
4,623
1,348
1,348
1,399
1,399
1,625
1,625
1,777
1,777
1,832
1,832
2,013
2,013
2,088
2,088
2,228
2,228
2,713
2,713
4,860
4,860
4,863
4,863
4,887
4,887
New Value
4.02E-03
4.24E-03
4.24E-03
4.48E-03
4.48E-03
4.62E-03
4.62E-03
.35E-03
.35E-03
.40E-03
.40E-03
.63E-03
.63E-03
1.78E-03
1.78E-03
1.83E-03
1.83E-03
2.01E-03
2.01E-03
2.09E-03
2.09E-03
2.23E-03
2.23E-03
2.71E-03
2.71E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.86E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
                   B-124

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 114065
OH01 14065
OH01 14065
OH01 14065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OHO 114065
OH01 14065
OH01 14065
OH01 14065
OHO 114065
Facility Name
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
WILKINS TRAILOR PARK
LICKING
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071231
070831
070831
070228
070228
070531
070531
070331
070331
071031
071031
070731
070731
070930
070930
070630
070630
Old Value
4,905
4,905
4,918
4,918
4,933
4,933
4,949
4,949
4,952
4,952
4,964
4,964
4,968
4,968
4,975
4,975
4,996
4,996
New Value
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
4.92E-03
4.92E-03
4.93E-03
4.93E-03
4.95E-03
4.95E-03
4.95E-03
4.95E-03
4.96E-03
4.96E-03
4.97E-03
4.97E-03
4.98E-03
4.98E-03
5.00E-03
5.00E-03
                   B-125

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 114090
OH01 14090
OH01 14090
OH01 14090
OHO 114090
OHO 114090
OHO 114260
OHO 114260
OHO 114260
OHO 114260
OHO 114260
OHO 114260
OHO 114260
OHO 114260
OH01 14260
OH01 14260
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
Facility Name
HILLCO CAPITAL
INVESTMENT CO.
HILLCO CAPITAL
INVESTMENT CO.
HILLCO CAPITAL
INVESTMENT CO.
HILLCO CAPITAL
INVESTMENT CO.
HILLCO CAPITAL
INVESTMENT CO.
HILLCO CAPITAL
INVESTMENT CO.
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
INN MAID NOODLES
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1







1
1

















PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
070930
071031
071031
070630
070630
070331
070331
071231
071231
070430
070430
070228
070228
070131
070131
071130
071130
070331
070331
071031
071031
070531
070531
070430
070430
070131
070131
070228
070228
070930
Old Value
3,783
3,783
4,409
4,409
4,747
4,747
1,599
1,599
2,062
2,062
2,207
2,207
2,940
2,940
3,494
3,494
2,978
2,978
3,251
3,251
3,281
3,281
3,294
3,294
3,405
3,405
3,422
3,422
3,967
3,967
3,992
New Value
3.78E-03
3.78E-03
4.41E-03
4.41E-03
4.75E-03
4.75E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.21E-03
2.21E-03
2.94E-03
2.94E-03
3.49E-03
3.49E-03
2.98E-03
2.98E-03
3.25E-03
3.25E-03
3.28E-03
3.28E-03
3.29E-03
3.29E-03
3.41E-03
3.41E-03
3.42E-03
3.42E-03
3.97E-03
3.97E-03
3.99E-03
                   B-126

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115134
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH01 15169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH0115169
Facility Name
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
HOCKINGPORT MHP
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1







1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070930
070731
070731
071231
071231
070630
070630
070831
070831
070131
070131
070331
070331
070228
070228
070430
070430
070531
070531
071231
071231
070930
070930
Old Value
3,992
4,041
4,041
4,256
4,256
4,270
4,270
4,485
4,485
2,323
2,323
2,329
2,329
2,331
2,331
2,331
2,331
2,355
2,355
2,447
2,447
2,449
2,449
New Value
3.99E-03
4.04E-03
4.04E-03
4.26E-03
4.26E-03
4.27E-03
4.27E-03
4.49E-03
4.49E-03
2.32E-03
2.32E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
2.36E-03
2.36E-03
2.45E-03
2.45E-03
2.45E-03
2.45E-03
                   B-127

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH01 15169
OH01 15169
OH0115169
OH0115169
OH01 15410
OH01 15410
OH01 15410
OH01 15410
OHO 11 54 10
OHO 11 54 10
OHO 11 54 10
OHO 11 54 10
OHO 11 54 10
OHO 11 54 10
OH01 15410
OH01 15410
OH01 15410
OH01 15410
OHO 1166 11
OHO 1166 11
OHO 1166 11
OHO 1166 11
OHO 1166 11
OHO 1166 11
OHO 1166 11
Facility Name
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE
LOGAN HOCKING SCHOOL
DIST GREE














SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1















1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071130
071031
071031
070930
070930
070831
070831
071031
071031
070731
070731
070630
070630
070531
070531
071130
071130
070430
070430
070930
070930
070228
070228
070131
Old Value
2,468
2,468
2,481
2,481
1,887
1,887
2,311
2,311
2,385
2,385
2,409
2,409
2,508
2,508
2,730
2,730
4,389
4,389
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,500
1,500
2,000
New Value
2.47E-03
2.47E-03
2.48E-03
2.48E-03
1.89E-03
1.89E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.38E-03
2.38E-03
2.41E-03
2.41E-03
2.51E-03
2.51E-03
2.73E-03
2.73E-03
4.39E-03
4.39E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
2.00E-03
                   B-128

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 1166 11
OHO 1166 11
OH01 16611
OH01 16611
OH01 16611
OH01 17293
OH01 17293
OH01 17293
OH01 17293
OH01 17293
OH01 17293
OH01 17293
OH01 17293
OHO 117293
OHO 117293
OHO 117340
OHO 117340
OHO 117498
OH01 17498
OH01 17498
OH01 17498
OH01 17501
OH01 17501
OH01 17561
OH01 17561
OH01 17561
Facility Name
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
SPEEDWAY SUPERAMERICA
LLC NO 8
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
IRON PONY SALOON
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
KREJCID
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
KREJCID
ALUMITECH OF CLEVELAND
INC
ALUMITECH OF CLEVELAND
INC
ALUMITECH OF CLEVELAND
INC
ALUMITECH OF CLEVELAND
INC
JEFF & CHRISTINA'S GRILLE
JEFF & CHRISTINA'S GRILLE
SHORT STOP TRUCK PLAZA
SHORT STOP TRUCK PLAZA
SHORT STOP TRUCK PLAZA
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1








1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1






PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070131
070531
070531
071231
071231
070930
070930
070531
070531
070228
070228
071031
071031
070331
070331
070831
070831
070430
070430
071031
071031
070331
070331
070930
070930
070630
Old Value
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,880
2,880
1,315
1,315
1,320
1,320
1,380
1,380
1,430
1,430
1,881
1,881
4,565
4,565
1,340
1,340
4,320
4,320
1,355
1,355
4,156
4,156
4,317
New Value
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
1.32E-03
1.32E-03
1.32E-03
1.32E-03
1.38E-03
1.38E-03
1.43E-03
1.43E-03
1.88E-03
1.88E-03
4.57E-03
4.57E-03
1.34E-03
1.34E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
4.16E-03
4.16E-03
4.32E-03
                   B-129

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 117561
OHO 117561
OH01 17561
OH01 17561
OH01 17561
OH01 17625
OH01 17625
OHO 117625
OHO 117625
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OHO 117650
Facility Name
SHORT STOP TRUCK PLAZA
SHORT STOP TRUCK PLAZA
SHORT STOP TRUCK PLAZA
SHORT STOP TRUCK PLAZA
SHORT STOP TRUCK PLAZA
YANKEE KITCHEN
RESTAURANT
YANKEE KITCHEN
RESTAURANT
YANKEE KITCHEN
RESTAURANT
YANKEE KITCHEN
RESTAURANT
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070731
070731
071031
071031
070331
070331
070430
070430
070930
070930
070531
070531
070731
070731
070430
070430
071031
071031
071130
071130
Old Value
4,317
4,457
4,457
4,954
4,954
1,604
1,604
1,610
1,610
1,318
1,318
1,463
1,463
1,639
1,639
1,806
1,806
2,427
2,427
2,867
2,867
New Value
4.32E-03
4.46E-03
4.46E-03
4.95E-03
4.95E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.61E-03
1.61E-03
1.32E-03
1.32E-03
1.46E-03
1.46E-03
1.64E-03
1.64E-03
1.81E-03
1.81E-03
2.43E-03
2.43E-03
2.87E-03
2.87E-03
                   B-130

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
Facility Name
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
002
003
003
003
003
003
003
003
003
003
003
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070831
070831
071231
071231
070331
070331
070131
070131
070731
070731
070630
070630
070430
070430
070131
070131
071031
071031
Old Value
3,017
3,017
3,771
3,771
3,998
3,998
4,381
4,381
2,002
2,002
2,336
2,336
2,503
2,503
2,669
2,669
2,837
2,837
New Value
3.02E-03
3.02E-03
3.77E-03
3.77E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.38E-03
4.38E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.34E-03
2.34E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.67E-03
2.67E-03
2.84E-03
2.84E-03
                   B-131

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OH01 17650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OHO 117650
OH01 17773
OH01 17773
OH01 17773
OHO 117773
OHO 117773
OHO 117773
OHO 117773
OHO 117773
OHO 117773
Facility Name
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS
REPUBLIC POWDERED
METALS









Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
003
003
004
004
004
004
004
004
004
004
004
004
004
004
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1










PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
071130
070731
070731
070630
070630
070430
070430
070131
070131
071031
071031
071130
071130
070430
070430
071231
071231
071130
071130
071031
071031
070630
Old Value
3,337
3,337
2,002
2,002
2,335
2,335
2,503
2,503
2,670
2,670
2,837
2,837
3,337
3,337
1,938
1,938
2,354
2,354
2,663
2,663
3,748
3,748
3,773
New Value
3.34E-03
3.34E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.34E-03
2.34E-03
2.50E-03
2.50E-03
2.67E-03
2.67E-03
2.84E-03
2.84E-03
3.34E-03
3.34E-03
1.94E-03
1.94E-03
2.35E-03
2.35E-03
2.66E-03
2.66E-03
3.75E-03
3.75E-03
3.77E-03
                   B-132

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 117773
OHO 117773
OH01 17773
OH01 17803
OH01 17803
OH01 17803
OH01 17803
OH01 17803
OHO 117803
OHO 117803
OHO 117803
OHO 117803
OHO 117803
OHO 117803
OHO 117803
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
Facility Name



OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
OLDE TOWNE TAVERN
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
601
MLOC













1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070531
070531
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
Old Value
3,773
4,040
4,040
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
New Value
3.77E-03
4.04E-03
4.04E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
                   B-133

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH01 17838
OH01 17838
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OHO 11 83 54
OHO 11 83 54
OHO 11 83 54
OHO 11 83 54
OHO 11 83 54
OHO 11 83 54
OHO 11 83 54
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OHO 11 83 54
OHO 11 83 54
OHO 11 83 54
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OH01 18354
OHO 11 83 89
OHO 11 83 89
OHO 11 83 89
OHO 11 83 89
OHO 11 83 89
OHO 11 83 89
OHO 11 83 89
OHO 11 83 89
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
Facility Name
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS
BENTTREE CONDOMINIUMS






















EGI
EGI
EGI
EGI
EGI
EGI
EGI
EGI
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
601
601
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
G
G


























1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071231
070131
070131
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070831
070831
070731
070731
070630
070630
071130
071130
070228
070228
Old Value
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
1,422
1,422
1,748
1,748
2,217
2,217
4,300
4,300
1,814
1,814
New Value
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
1.42E-03
1.42E-03
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
2.22E-03
2.22E-03
4.30E-03
4.30E-03
1.81E-03
1.81E-03
                   B-134

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 118524
OHO 118524
OHO 118524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
Facility Name
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070731
070831
070831
070131
070131
070630
070630
070331
070331
071231
071231
070930
070930
070430
070430
070531
070531
Old Value
2,896
2,896
3,077
3,077
3,117
3,117
3,167
3,167
3,303
3,303
3,439
3,439
3,566
3,566
3,859
3,859
3,917
3,917
New Value
2.90E-03
2.90E-03
3.08E-03
3.08E-03
3.12E-03
3.12E-03
3.17E-03
3.17E-03
3.30E-03
3.30E-03
3.44E-03
3.44E-03
3.57E-03
3.57E-03
3.86E-03
3.86E-03
3.92E-03
3.92E-03
                   B-135

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8524
OHO 11 8630
OHO 11 8630
OHO 11 8630
OHO 11 8630
OHO 11 8630
OHO 11 8630
OHO 118630
OHO 118630
OHO 118630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OHO 11 8630
Facility Name
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
SEVEN MILE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL W
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071031
071031
071130
071130
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
Old Value
4,514
4,514
4,607
4,607
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
New Value
4.51E-03
4.51E-03
4.61E-03
4.61E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
                   B-136

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OH01 18630
OHO 11 8630
OHO 11 8630
OHO 11 8737
OHO 11 8737
OHO 11 8842
OHO 11 8842
OHO 11 8842
OHO 11 8842
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 118931
OHO 118931
OHO 118931
OHO 11 8931
Facility Name
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
WENDY'S RESTAURANT -
MIAMITOWN
ODOT REST AREA 08-38
ODOT REST AREA 08-38
NORCOLD INC
NORCOLD INC
NORCOLD INC
NORCOLD INC











Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1











PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
070131
070131
070630
070630
070731
070731
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
Old Value
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
2,300
3,271
3,271
1,644
1,644
1,719
1,719
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
New Value
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
3.27E-03
3.27E-03
1.64E-03
1.64E-03
1.72E-03
1.72E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
                   B-137

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 8931
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9067
Facility Name











DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC











1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
071031
071031
070731
070731
070930
070930
070630
070630
070831
070831
071130
071130
070531
Old Value
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
1,350
2,629
2,629
2,670
2,670
2,976
2,976
3,269
3,269
3,494
3,494
3,625
3,625
4,875
New Value
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
1.35E-03
2.63E-03
2.63E-03
2.67E-03
2.67E-03
2.98E-03
2.98E-03
3.27E-03
3.27E-03
3.49E-03
3.49E-03
3.62E-03
3.62E-03
4.87E-03
                   B-138

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 9067
OHO 11 9261
OHO 11 9261
OHO 11 9261
OHO 11 9261
OHO 11 9261
OHO 11 9261
OHO 119261
OHO 119261
OHO 119261
OHO 119261
OHO 119261
OHO 119261
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
Facility Name
DARKE CO - STILL WATER
GOLF EST
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
KELLEYS ISLAND STATE PARK
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1










PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070228
070228
071031
071031
071130
071130
070531
070531
070430
070430
070131
070131
070531
070531
070831
070831
070331
070331
070731
070731
071031
071031
071130
Old Value
4,875
1,380
1,380
1,536
1,536
2,246
2,246
3,370
3,370
4,346
4,346
4,413
4,413
4,879
4,879
4,888
4,888
4,888
4,888
4,901
4,901
4,903
4,903
4,909
New Value
4.87E-03
1.38E-03
1.38E-03
1.54E-03
1.54E-03
2.25E-03
2.25E-03
3.37E-03
3.37E-03
4.35E-03
4.35E-03
4.41E-03
4.41E-03
4.88E-03
4.88E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.90E-03
4.91E-03
                   B-139

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OHO 11 9270
OH01 19300
OHO 11 9300
OH01 19300
OHO 11 9300
OHO 11 9300
OHO 11 9300
OH0119300
OH0119300
OH0119300
OHO 119300
OH01 19334
OH01 19334
OH01 19334
OH01 19334
OH01 19334
OH01 19334
Facility Name
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FORREST PARK MHP
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
FRESCH ISLAND HOUSE
RESTAURANT
THE CADDY SHACK
THE CADDY SHACK
THE CADDY SHACK
THE CADDY SHACK
THE CADDY SHACK
THE CADDY SHACK
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1






1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071130
070630
070630
070430
070430
070131
070131
071231
071231
070930
070930
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
070531
070531
070831
070831
070630
070630
Old Value
4,909
4,909
4,909
4,913
4,913
4,915
4,915
4,921
4,921
4,928
4,928
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
4,548
4,548
4,548
4,548
4,800
4,800
New Value
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
4.91E-03
4.92E-03
4.92E-03
4.93E-03
4.93E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
4.55E-03
4.80E-03
4.80E-03
                   B-140

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH01 19334
OH01 19334
OHO 11 9377
OHO 11 9377
OHO 11 9377
OHO 11 9377
OHO 11 9377
OHO 11 9377
OH0119377
OH0119377
OH0119377
OH0119377
OH0119377
OH01 19377
OHO 11 9377
OHO 11 9377
OHO 11 9377
OHO 11 9377
OH01 19393
OH01 19393
OHO 11 93 93
Facility Name
THE CADDY SHACK
THE CADDY SHACK
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
KELLEYS ISLAND SEAWAY
MARINA
SUNSET GRILLN
SUNSET GRILLN
SUNSET GRILLN
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070731
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071231
071231
071130
071130
070630
070630
070731
Old Value
4,935
4,935
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,323
2,323
2,533
2,533
1,500
1,500
1,500
New Value
4.94E-03
4.94E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.32E-03
2.32E-03
2.53E-03
2.53E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
                   B-141

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 93 93
OHO 11 93 93
OHO 11 93 93
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
Facility Name
SUNSET GRILLN
SUNSET GRILLN
SUNSET GRILLN
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
070731
070731
070430
070430
070331
070331
070228
070228
070630
070630
070831
070831
070531
070531
071231
Old Value
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,003
2,003
2,016
2,016
2,050
2,050
2,065
2,065
2,071
2,071
2,107
2,107
2,113
2,113
2,116
2,116
3,574
New Value
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.02E-03
2.02E-03
2.05E-03
2.05E-03
2.06E-03
2.06E-03
2.07E-03
2.07E-03
2.11E-03
2.11E-03
2.11E-03
2.11E-03
2.12E-03
2.12E-03
3.57E-03
                   B-142

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9563
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 11 9661
OHO 120308
OHO 120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
Facility Name
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
BETTCHER INDUSTRIES
INC/S.R. 6
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1






1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071031
071031
071130
071130
070131
070131
071130
071130
070430
070430
070930
070930
070531
070531
070831
070831
071031
071031
070228
070228
070131
070131
070331
070331
071130
071130
070831
070831
070430
Old Value
3,574
3,697
3,697
3,787
3,787
3,819
3,819
1,340
1,340
1,367
1,367
1,400
1,400
1,510
1,510
1,535
1,535
1,535
1,535
1,679
1,679
1,710
1,710
1,710
1,710
2,299
2,299
2,304
2,304
2,307
New Value
3.57E-03
3.70E-03
3.70E-03
3.79E-03
3.79E-03
3.82E-03
3.82E-03
1.34E-03
1.34E-03
1.37E-03
1.37E-03
1.40E-03
.40E-03
.51E-03
.51E-03
.54E-03
.54E-03
.54E-03
.54E-03
.68E-03
.68E-03
.71E-03
.71E-03
.71E-03
.71E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.31E-03
                   B-143

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 120308
OHO 120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OHO 120308
OHO 120308
OHO 120308
OHO 120308
OHO 120308
OHO 120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120308
OH0120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OH0120545
Facility Name
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
MAYS MHP
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1










1
1





1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070131
070131
071031
071031
070731
070731
070630
070630
070331
070331
070930
070930
070531
070531
070228
070228
071231
071231
070228
070228
071231
071231
070131
070131
070430
070430
070531
Old Value
2,307
2,307
2,307
2,312
2,312
2,451
2,451
2,467
2,467
2,479
2,479
2,519
2,519
2,535
2,535
2,550
2,550
2,553
2,553
1,411
1,411
1,411
1,411
1,681
1,681
1,820
1,820
2,090
New Value
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.31E-03
2.45E-03
2.45E-03
2.47E-03
2.47E-03
2.48E-03
2.48E-03
2.52E-03
2.52E-03
2.54E-03
2.54E-03
2.55E-03
2.55E-03
2.55E-03
2.55E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
1.41E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
1.82E-03
1.82E-03
2.09E-03
                   B-144

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 120545
OH0120545
OH0120545
OH0120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120545
OHO 120669
OHO 120669
OHO 120723
OHO 120723
OHO 120723
OH0120723
OH0120758
OH0120758
OH0120839
OH0120839
OHO 120839
Facility Name
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS
DAWSON BRYANT LOCAL
SCHOOLS


WEST UNION HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
WEST UNION HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
WEST UNION HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
WEST UNION HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
APEX LIMESTONE PLANT
APEX LIMESTONE PLANT
BP OIL CO BULK PLANT
CLARINGTO
BP OIL CO BULK PLANT
CLARINGTO
BP OIL CO BULK PLANT
CLARINGTO
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
004
004
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070930
070930
070331
070331
071130
071130
071031
071031
071031
071031
070731
070731
070630
070630
070630
070630
070331
070331
070430
Old Value
2,090
2,182
2,182
2,358
2,358
2,595
2,595
3,115
3,115
4,572
4,572
3,618
3,618
3,768
3,768
3,168
3,168
1,753
1,753
1,753
New Value
2.09E-03
2.18E-03
2.18E-03
2.36E-03
2.36E-03
2.60E-03
2.60E-03
3.11E-03
3.11E-03
4.57E-03
4.57E-03
3.62E-03
3.62E-03
3.77E-03
3.77E-03
3.17E-03
3.17E-03
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
                   B-145

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0120839
OH0120839
OH0120839
OH0120839
OHO 120839
OHO 120979
OHO 120979
OHO 120979
OHO 120979
OHO 120979
OHO 120979
OHO 120979
OHO 120979
OHO 120979
OH0120979
OH0120979
OH0120979
OHO 12 1096
OHO 12 1096
OHO 12 1096
Facility Name
BP OIL CO BULK PLANT
CLARINGTO
BP OIL CO BULK PLANT
CLARINGTO
BP OIL CO BULK PLANT
CLARINGTO
BP OIL CO BULK PLANT
CLARINGTO
BP OIL CO BULK PLANT
CLARINGTO
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
EAST KNOX ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
TOLLES TECHNICAL CENTER
TOLLES TECHNICAL CENTER
TOLLES TECHNICAL CENTER
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070630
070630
071231
071231
071231
071231
070831
070831
070531
070531
071130
071130
071031
071031
070930
070930
071130
071130
071231
Old Value
1,753
1,753
1,753
1,753
1,753
1,774
1,774
1,871
1,871
2,000
2,000
2,200
2,200
2,323
2,323
2,533
2,533
2,320
2,320
2,684
New Value
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
1.77E-03
1.77E-03
1.87E-03
1.87E-03
2.00E-03
2.00E-03
2.20E-03
2.20E-03
2.32E-03
2.32E-03
2.53E-03
2.53E-03
2.32E-03
2.32E-03
2.68E-03
                   B-146

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 12 1096
OH0121134
OH0121134
OH0121134
OH0121134
OH0121134
OH0121134
OH0121134
OHO 12 11 34
OHO 12 11 34
OHO 12 11 34
OHO 12 11 34
OHO 12 11 34
OH0121134
OH0121134
OH0121134
OH0121134
OH0121215
OH0121215
Facility Name
TOLLES TECHNICAL CENTER
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
PICKET FENCES MHP,
MADISON CO.
WALTER & HELEN MEADE B &
BMOT
WALTER & HELEN MEADE B &
BMOT
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070930
070930
070430
070430
070831
070831
070228
070228
070131
070131
070131
070131
Old Value
2,684
1,545
1,545
1,685
1,685
1,790
1,790
2,171
2,171
2,585
2,585
2,825
2,825
3,746
3,746
4,915
4,915
1,321
1,321
New Value
2.68E-03
1.54E-03
1.54E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
1.79E-03
1.79E-03
2.17E-03
2.17E-03
2.58E-03
2.58E-03
2.82E-03
2.82E-03
3.75E-03
3.75E-03
4.92E-03
4.92E-03
1.32E-03
1.32E-03
                   B-147

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0121215
OH0121215
OH0121304
OH0121304
OH0121525
OH0121525
OH0121525
OH0121525
OHO 12 1525
OHO 12 1525
OHO 12 1525
OHO 12 1525
OHO 12 1525
OHO 12 1525
OH0121525
OH0121525
OH0121525
OH0121525
OH0121525
OH0121525
OHO 12 1525
OHO 12 1525
OHO 12 1525
OHO 12 1525
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
Facility Name
WALTER & HELEN MEADE B &
BMOT
WALTER & HELEN MEADE B &
BMOT
UNITED ROTARY BRUSH CO
INC
UNITED ROTARY BRUSH CO
INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
AC PRODUCTS INC
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1









1
1












1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070331
070731
070731
070930
070930
070630
070630
070228
070228
070430
070430
070731
070731
070331
070331
070131
070131
070531
070531
071231
071231
070831
070831
070131
070131
070228
070228
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
Old Value
1,327
1,327
1,308
1,308
1,512
1,512
1,534
1,534
1,613
1,613
1,669
1,669
1,696
1,696
1,782
1,782
1,813
1,813
1,865
1,865
1,954
1,954
2,052
2,052
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
New Value
1.33E-03
1.33E-03
1.31E-03
1.31E-03
1.51E-03
1.51E-03
1.53E-03
1.53E-03
1.61E-03
1.61E-03
1.67E-03
1.67E-03
1.70E-03
1.70E-03
1.78E-03
1.78E-03
1.81E-03
1.81E-03
1.87E-03
1.87E-03
1.95E-03
1.95E-03
2.05E-03
2.05E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
                   B-148

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OH0121533
OHO 12 16 14
OH0121614
OH0121614
OH0121614
OH0121614
OH0121614
OH0121614
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 16 14
OH0121614
OH0121614
OH0121614
OH0121614
OH0121614
OH0121614
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 16 14
Facility Name
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
WILMOT WTP
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

























PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
071031
071031
071130
071130
071231
071231
071031
071031
070930
070930
071231
071231
071130
071130
070331
070331
070430
070430
070131
070131
070531
070531
070831
070831
070228
070228
070731
070731
Old Value
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
2,990
2,990
3,197
3,197
3,284
3,284
3,367
3,367
3,461
3,461
3,580
3,580
3,613
3,613
3,668
3,668
3,668
3,668
3,832
3,832
4,010
4,010
New Value
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
2.99E-03
2.99E-03
3.20E-03
3.20E-03
3.28E-03
3.28E-03
3.37E-03
3.37E-03
3.46E-03
3.46E-03
3.58E-03
3.58E-03
3.61E-03
3.61E-03
3.67E-03
3.67E-03
3.67E-03
3.67E-03
3.83E-03
3.83E-03
4.01E-03
4.01E-03
                   B-149

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 16 14
OHO 12 1622
OHO 12 1622
OH0121622
OH0121622
OH0121622
OH0121622
OH0121622
OH0121622
OHO 12 1622
OHO 12 1622
OHO 12 1622
OHO 12 1622
OH0121622
OH0121622
OH0121622
OH0121622
OH0121959
OH0121959
OHO 12 1959
OHO 12 1959
OHO 12 1959
OHO 12 1959
OHO 12 1959
OHO 12 1959
OHO 12 1967
Facility Name
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
DFC MOBILE HOME PARK
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
KINETICO INC
LORAIN CO LANDMARK COOP
INC
LORAIN CO LANDMARK COOP
INC
LORAIN CO LANDMARK COOP
INC
LORAIN CO LANDMARK COOP
INC
LORAIN CO LANDMARK COOP
INC
LORAIN CO LANDMARK COOP
INC
LORAIN CO LANDMARK COOP
INC
LORAIN CO LANDMARK COOP
INC
CEI ASHTABULA SERVICE
CENTER
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1















1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070630
070630
070731
070731
071031
071031
070531
070531
070930
070930
070228
070228
071231
071231
070831
070831
071130
071130
071130
071130
071231
071231
070630
070630
070731
070731
071231
Old Value
4,600
4,600
3,296
3,296
3,434
3,434
3,580
3,580
3,809
3,809
3,866
3,866
3,889
3,889
3,948
3,948
4,117
4,117
2,880
2,880
2,880
2,880
3,600
3,600
4,320
4,320
1,629
New Value
4.60E-03
4.60E-03
3.30E-03
3.30E-03
3.43E-03
3.43E-03
3.58E-03
3.58E-03
3.81E-03
3.81E-03
3.87E-03
3.87E-03
3.89E-03
3.89E-03
3.95E-03
3.95E-03
4.12E-03
4.12E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
3.60E-03
3.60E-03
4.32E-03
4.32E-03
1.63E-03
                   B-150

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 12 1967
OHO 12 1967
OHO 12 1967
OHO 122092
OHO 122092
OH0122092
OH0122092
OH0122092
OH0122092
OH0122092
OH0122092
OHO 122092
OHO 122092
OHO 122254
OH0122254
OH0122254
OH0122254
OH0122289
OH0122289
OHO 122289
OHO 122289
OHO 122289
OHO 122289
OHO 122289
OHO 122289
OHO 122301
OHO 122301
OHO 122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
Facility Name
CEI ASHTABULA SERVICE
CENTER
CEI ASHTABULA SERVICE
CENTER
CEI ASHTABULA SERVICE
CENTER
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
CHAGRIN VALLEY HUNT CLUB
TRUFAST LLC
TRUFAST LLC
TRUFAST LLC
TRUFAST LLC








DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1





















1
1






PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
070228
070228
070731
070731
071031
071031
070930
070930
070630
070630
070831
070831
070531
070531
070731
070731
070131
070131
070228
070228
070630
070630
070531
070531
071031
071031
070131
070131
071231
071231
070228
070228
070331
Old Value
1,629
3,171
3,171
2,384
2,384
3,464
3,464
4,150
4,150
4,772
4,772
4,886
4,886
1,400
1,400
1,500
1,500
1,762
1,762
1,875
1,875
2,297
2,297
2,697
2,697
1,500
1,500
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,400
4,000
4,000
4,000
New Value
1.63E-03
3.17E-03
3.17E-03
2.38E-03
2.38E-03
3.46E-03
3.46E-03
4.15E-03
4.15E-03
4.77E-03
4.77E-03
4.89E-03
4.89E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
1.76E-03
1.76E-03
1.88E-03
1.88E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.70E-03
2.70E-03
1.50E-03
1.50E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
                   B-151

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 122301
OHO 122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OH0122301
OHO 122432
OH0122432
OH0122432
OH0122432
OH0122432
OH0122432
OH0122432
OHO 122432
OHO 122505
OHO 122505
OHO 122505
OHO 122505
OHO 122505
OHO 122505
OH0122505
OH0122505
Facility Name
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
DARBY PLACE MHP
FULTON CO AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL P
FULTON CO AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL P
FULTON CO AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL P
FULTON CO AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL P
FULTON CO AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL P
FULTON CO AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL P
FULTON CO AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL P
FULTON CO AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL P
HILLSIDE MHP
HILLSIDE MHP
HILLSIDE MHP
HILLSIDE MHP
HILLSIDE MHP
HILLSIDE MHP
HILLSIDE MHP
HILLSIDE MHP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1










1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1









PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070731
070731
070831
070831
070930
070930
070630
070630
071130
071130
070930
070930
070228
070228
070731
070731
070531
070531
070630
070630
070430
070430
Old Value
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
1,400
1,400
1,582
1,582
2,350
2,350
2,372
2,372
4,227
4,227
4,233
4,233
4,567
4,567
4,934
4,934
New Value
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
4.00E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.58E-03
1.58E-03
2.35E-03
2.35E-03
2.37E-03
2.37E-03
4.23E-03
4.23E-03
4.23E-03
4.23E-03
4.57E-03
4.57E-03
4.93E-03
4.93E-03
                   B-152

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 122521
OHO 122521
OH0122521
OH0122521
OH0122521
OH0122521
OH0122521
OH0122521
OHO 122521
OHO 122521
OHO 122521
OHO 122521
OHO 122521
OHO 122521
OH0122521
OH0122521
OH0122530
OH0122530
OH0122530
OH0122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122530
OHO 122637
OHO 122637
OH0122815
Facility Name
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
MA HARRISON MFC CO INC
















BP OIL CO MILLBURY BULK
PLANT
BP OIL CO MILLBURY BULK
PLANT
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
















OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1









1
1
1













1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070430
070430
070331
070331
070531
070531
070731
070731
070228
070228
070630
070630
070831
070831
071130
071130
070331
070331
071130
071130
071031
071031
070430
070430
070930
070930
070531
070531
070831
070831
070630
070630
071231
071231
070131
Old Value
1,400
1,400
1,419
1,419
1,419
1,419
1,419
1,419
1,429
1,429
1,467
1,467
1,484
1,484
1,760
1,760
1,719
1,719
1,840
1,840
2,103
2,103
2,196
2,196
2,752
2,752
3,057
3,057
3,350
3,350
3,906
3,906
1,403
1,403
1,440
New Value
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.42E-03
1.42E-03
1.42E-03
1.42E-03
1.42E-03
1.42E-03
1.43E-03
1.43E-03
1.47E-03
1.47E-03
1.48E-03
1.48E-03
1.76E-03
1.76E-03
1.72E-03
1.72E-03
1.84E-03
1.84E-03
2.10E-03
2.10E-03
2.20E-03
2.20E-03
2.75E-03
2.75E-03
3.06E-03
3.06E-03
3.35E-03
3.35E-03
3.91E-03
3.91E-03
1.40E-03
1.40E-03
1.44E-03
                   B-153

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OHO 1228 15
OHO 1228 15
OHO 1228 15
OHO 1228 15
OHO 1228 15
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OH0122815
OHO 1228 15
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OH0123269
OH0123269
Facility Name
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
BRENNAN ELECTRIC INC
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1




















1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070131
070331
070331
070430
070430
070531
070531
070630
070630
070930
070930
071231
071231
070731
070731
071031
071031
070831
070831
071130
071130
070831
070831
070228
070228
070430
070430
070531
070531
Old Value
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,728
1,728
1,728
1,728
1,800
1,800
2,160
2,160
1,602
1,602
2,391
2,391
2,402
2,402
2,440
2,440
New Value
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.44E-03
1.73E-03
1.73E-03
1.73E-03
1.73E-03
1.80E-03
1.80E-03
2.16E-03
2.16E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
2.39E-03
2.39E-03
2.40E-03
2.40E-03
2.44E-03
2.44E-03
                   B-154

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123269
OHO 123293
OHO 123293
OH0123293
OHO 123293
OH0123293
OH0123293
OH0123293
OH0123293
OH0123293
OH0123293
OHO 123293
OHO 123293
OHO 123293
OHO 123293
OHO 123331
Facility Name
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
EAST CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL
WWTP
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
FAIRLAWN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1










1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
071231
071231
070930
070930
070331
070331
071031
071031
070131
070131
071130
071130
070630
070630
070831
070831
070731
070731
070131
070131
071231
071231
070531
070531
070331
Old Value
2,553
2,553
2,742
2,742
2,883
2,883
3,182
3,182
3,805
3,805
2,296
2,296
2,327
2,327
3,218
3,218
3,364
3,364
4,043
4,043
4,477
4,477
4,848
4,848
1,645
New Value
2.55E-03
2.55E-03
2.74E-03
2.74E-03
2.88E-03
2.88E-03
3.18E-03
3.18E-03
3.81E-03
3.81E-03
2.30E-03
2.30E-03
2.33E-03
2.33E-03
3.22E-03
3.22E-03
3.36E-03
3.36E-03
4.04E-03
4.04E-03
4.48E-03
4.48E-03
4.85E-03
4.85E-03
1.64E-03
                   B-155

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OH0123331
OHO 123650
OH0123650
OH0123650
OH0123650
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OHO 123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OHO 123692
OHO 123692
OHO 123692
OHO 123692
OHO 123692
OHO 123692
OHO 123692
OH0123692
OH0123692
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
Facility Name
FAIRLAWN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
CHARDON METHODIST
CHURCH
CHARDON METHODIST
CHURCH
CHARDON METHODIST
CHURCH
CHARDON METHODIST
CHURCH
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
NESCOR PLASTICS CORP
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
602
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1
1
1
1
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070331
071130
071130
071231
071231
071231
071231
070831
070831
070131
070131
070630
070630
071130
071130
070331
070331
070228
070228
071031
071031
070731
070731
070430
070430
070930
070930
070531
070531
070430
070430
070531
Old Value
1,645
1,746
1,746
3,665
3,665
1,341
1,341
1,477
1,477
1,542
1,542
1,553
1,553
1,601
1,601
1,610
1,610
1,620
1,620
1,677
1,677
1,739
1,739
1,822
1,822
1,897
1,897
1,963
1,963
1,450
1,450
1,460
New Value
1.64E-03
1.75E-03
1.75E-03
3.67E-03
3.67E-03
1.34E-03
1.34E-03
1.48E-03
1.48E-03
1.54E-03
1.54E-03
1.55E-03
1.55E-03
1.60E-03
1.60E-03
1.61E-03
1.61E-03
1.62E-03
1.62E-03
1.68E-03
1.68E-03
1.74E-03
1.74E-03
1.82E-03
1.82E-03
1.90E-03
1.90E-03
1.96E-03
1.96E-03
1.45E-03
1.45E-03
1.46E-03
                   B-156

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Table B-2. Corrections Made to DMRLoads2007
Type of
Change
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
NPID
OHO 123871
OHO 123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OHO 123 871
OHO 123 871
OHO 123 871
OHO 123 871
OHO 123 871
OHO 123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OH0123871
OHO 123 871
OHO 123 897
OHO 123 897
OHO 124087
OHO 124087
OHO 124087
OHO 124087
OHO 124087
OHO 124087
Facility Name
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
BROWNING FERRIS IND
PPG INDUS INC LIME LAKES
NO 5
PPG INDUS INC LIME LAKES
NO 5
LANCASTER STONEWALL
CEMETARYR
LANCASTER STONEWALL
CEMETARY R
LANCASTER STONEWALL
CEMETARYR
LANCASTER STONEWALL
CEMETARY R
LANCASTER STONEWALL
CEMETARY R
LANCASTER STONEWALL
CEMETARY R
Location
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
LANCASTER, OH
DSCH
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
001
004
004
001
001
001
001
001
001
MLOC
1
1










1
1







1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PRAM
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
Date
070531
070630
070630
070930
070930
071130
071130
070228
070228
070331
070331
071231
071231
070131
070131
070831
070831
071031
071031
070731
070731
071231
071231
070131
070131
070630
070630
070228
070228
Old Value
1,460
1,460
1,460
1,460
1,460
1,475
1,475
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,600
1,600
1,760
1,760
1,860
1,860
2,600
2,600
4,320
4,320
3,340
3,340
4,034
4,034
4,735
4,735
New Valu