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1.	Introduction to EPA's 2015 Annual Review	1-1
1.1 Introduction References	1-2
2.	EPA's 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis (TRA)	2-1
2.1	Data Sources and Limitations	2-1
2.1.1	SIC Codes	2-2
2.1.2	NAICS Codes	2-3
2.1.3	Toxic Weighting Factors	2-4
2.1.4	Data from ICIS-NPDES	2-4
2.1.5	Data from TRI	2-7
2.2	Data Quality Review	2-9
2.2.1	Data Quality Review and Corrections to the 2013 DMR Data	2-10
2.2.2	Data Quality Review and Corrections to the 2013 TRI Data	2-16
2.3	Generation of the Final 2015 Point Source Category Rankings	2-23
2.3.1	Categories for Which EPA Has Recently Promulgated or
Revised ELGs	2-24
2.3.2	Discharges Not Categorizable	2-25
2.4	Results of the 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	2-25
2.5	References for EPA's Toxicity Rankings Analysis	2-28
3.	EPA's 2015 Preliminary Category Reviews	3-1
3.1	Prioritization of Categories for Preliminary Category Review	3-1
3.1.1	Drinking Water Treatment (potential new category)	3-2
3.1.2	Fertilizer Manufacturing (40 CFRPart418)	3-2
3.1.3	Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 415)	3-2
3.1.4	Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages (potential new category)	3-3
3.1.5	Oil and Gas Extraction (40 CFR Part 435)	3-3
3.1.6	References for the Prioritization of Categories for Preliminary
Category Review	3-4
3.2	Carbon Black Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 458)	3-5
3.2.1	Carbon Black Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-5
3.2.2	Carbon Black Category Pollutants of Concern	3-6
3.2.3	Carbon Black PAC Discharges in TRI	3-6
3.2.4	Carbon Black Category Findings	3-8
3.2.5	Carbon Black Category References	3-9
3.3	Grain Mills (40 CFR Part 406)	3-11
3.3.1	Grain Mills Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-11
3.3.2	Grain Mills Category Pollutants of Concern	3-12
3.3.3	Hydrogen Sulfide Background	3-12
3.3.4	Grain Mills Category Hydrogen Sulfide Releases in TRI	3-13
3.3.5	Grain Mills Category Findings	3-14
3.3.6	Grain Mills Category References	3-14
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3.4	Iron and Steel Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 420)	3-16
3.4.1	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category 2015 Toxicity
Rankings Analysis	3-16
3.4.2	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category Pollutants of Concern	3-17
3.4.3	Iron and Steel Manufacturing PCBs Discharges in DMR	3-19
3.4.4	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Cyanide Discharges in DMR	3-20
3.4.5	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Fluoride Discharges in DMR	3-24
3.4.6	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Lead and Lead Compound
Discharges in DMR and TRI	3-30
3.4.7	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Nitrate Compound Releases in
TRI	3-31
3.4.8	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category Findings	3-32
3.4.9	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category References	3-33
3.5	Landfills (40 CFR Part 445)	3-36
3.5.1	Landfills Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-36
3.5.2	Landfills Category Pollutants of Concern	3-37
3.5.3	Landfills Category Cadmium Discharges in DMR	3-37
3.5.4	Landfills Category Selenium Discharges in DMR	3-38
3.5.5	Landfills Category Iron Discharges in DMR	3-40
3.5.6	Landfills Category Findings	3-42
3.5.7	Landfills Category References	3-42
3.6	Meat and Poultry Products (40 CFR Part 432)	3-45
3.6.1	Meat and Poultry Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-45
3.6.2	Meat and Poultry Category Pollutants of Concern	3-46
3.6.3	Meat and Poultry Category Nitrate Compound Releases in
TRI	3-46
3.6.4	Meat and Poultry Category Hydrogen Sulfide Releases in TRI	3-54
3.6.5	Meat and Poultry Category Findings	3-56
3.6.6	Meat and Poultry Category References	3-57
3.7	Mineral Mining and Processing (40 CFR Part 436)	3-59
3.7.1	Mineral Mining Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-59
3.7.2	Mineral Mining Category Pollutants of Concern	3-60
3.7.3	Mineral Mining Category Chloride and Aluminum
Discharges in DMR	3-60
3.7.4	Mineral Mining Category Fluoride Discharges in DMR	3-63
3.7.5	Mineral Mining Category Findings	3-65
3.7.6	Mineral Mining Category References	3-66
3.8	Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 421)	3-67
3.8.1	NFMM Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-67
3.8.2	NFMM Category Pollutants of Concern	3-68
3.8.3	NFMM Cadmium and Fluoride Discharges in DMR	3-68
3.8.4	NFMM Category Findings	3-72
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3.9	Ore Mining and Dressing (40 CFR Part 440)	3-74
3.9.1	Ore Mining Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-74
3.9.2	Ore Mining Category Pollutants of Concern	3-75
3.9.3	Ore Mining Copper Discharges in DMR and TRI	3-77
3.9.4	Ore Mining Selenium Discharges in DMR	3-79
3.9.5	Ore Mining Radium-226 Discharges in DMR	3-80
3.9.6	Ore Mining Arsenic Discharges in DMR and TRI	3-80
3.9.7	Ore Mining Lead and Lead Compound Discharges in TRI	3-83
3.9.8	Ore Mining Silver and Silver Compound Discharges in TRI	3-84
3.9.9	Ore Mining Category Findings	3-85
3.9.10	Ore Mining and Dressing Category References	3-86
3.10	Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers (40 CFR Part 414)	3-89
3.10.1	OCPSF Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-89
3.10.2	OCPSF Category Pollutants of Concern	3-90
3.10.3	OCPSF Category PACs Discharges in DMR and TRI	3-92
3.10.4	OCPSF Category Total Residual Chlorine Discharges in
DMR	3-95
3.10.5	OCPSF Category Hexachlorobenzene Discharges in DMR	3-96
3.10.6	OCPSF Category Dioxin Discharges in DMR and TRI	3-98
3.10.7	OCPSF Category Carbon Disulfide Releases in TRI	3-101
3.10.8	OCPSF Category Nitrate Compounds Releases in TRI	3-103
3.10.9	OCPSF Category Findings	3-105
3.10.10	OCPSF Category References	3-107
3.11	Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (40 CFR Part 430)	3-111
3.11.1	Pulp and Paper Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-111
3.11.2	Pulp and Paper Category Pollutants of Concern	3-112
3.11.3	Pulp and Paper Category Hydrogen Sulfide Releases in TRI	3-113
3.11.4	Pulp and Paper Category Dioxin and Dioxin Compound
Releases in TRI	3-116
3.11.5	Pulp and Paper Category Manganese and Manganese
Compound Releases in TRI	3-119
3.11.6	Pulp and Paper Category Findings	3-120
3.11.7	Pulp and Paper Category References	3-121
3.12	Textile Mills (40 CFR Part 410)	3-123
3.12.1	Textiles Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis	3-123
3.12.2	Textiles Category Pollutants of Concern	3-123
3.12.3	Textiles Toxaphene Discharges in DMR	3-124
3.12.4	Textiles Sulfide Discharges in DMR	3-126
3.12.5	Textiles Category Findings	3-127
3.12.6	Textiles Category References	3-127
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4. EPA's 2015 Review of Additional Industrial Categories and
Pollutants	4-1
4.1	Battery Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 461)	4-1
4.1.1	Overview of Battery Manufacturing, the ELGs, and Current
U.S. Manufacturing	4-2
4.1.2	Overview of Rechargeable Batteries	4-4
4.1.3	Summary of Findings from EPA's Review of Battery
Manufacturing	4-7
4.1.4	References for Battery Manufacturing	4-8
4.2	Electrical and Electronic Components (40 CFR Part 469)	4-12
4.2.1	Overview of the Electrical and Electronic Components ELGs
in Relation to Sapphire Crystal Manufacturing	4-12
4.2.2	Overview of Sapphire Crystals Manufacturing and
Wastewater Generation	4-12
4.2.3	Summary of Findings from EPA's Review of the Electrical
and Electronic Components ELGs in Relation to Sapphire
Crystal Manufacturing	4-16
4.2.4	References for Electrical and Electronic Components	4-17
4.3	2-Mercaptobenzothiazole (MBT)	4-19
4.3.1	Overview of Existing ELGs Related to MBT and Rubber
Manufacturing	4-19
4.3.2	Overview of MBT	4-19
4.3.3	Summary of Findings from EPA's Review of MBT	4-21
4.3.4	References for MBT	4-21
Appendix A - Evaluating Data Quality of Sources Supporting the 2015 Annual Review
Report
Appendix B - Adjustment of Indirect Releases of Hydrogen Sulfide
Appendix C - Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Appendix D - Supplemental Materials for the Development of TRILTOutput2013 and
DMRLTOutput201 3
Appendix E - Results of the TRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013 Databases
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Table 2-1.Nomenclature and Format of NAICS and SIC Codes	2-3
Table 2-2. Results of 2013 DMR Data Completeness Check	2-10
Table 2-3. Summary of 2013 DMR Facility Data Quality Review	2-12
Table 2-4. Results of the 2013 TRI Data Completeness Check	2-16
Table 2-5. Summary of 2013 TRI Facility Data Quality Review	2-18
Table 2-6. Top 2013 TRI Point Source Categories with Reported Hydrogen Sulfide
Water Releases	2-20
Table 2-7. Summary of 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Water Releases by Release Type	2-21
Table 2-8. Point Source Categories That Have Undergone Recent Rulemaking	2-24
Table 2-9. Final 2015 Combined Point Source Category Rankings	2-26
Table 3-1. Carbon Black Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-5
Table 3-2. Carbon Black Category Top TRI Pollutants	3-6
Table 3-3. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI PAC Releases	3-7
Table 3-4. GrafTech PAC TRI Releases for 2008 - 2013	3-8
Table 3-5. Cabot PAC TRI Releases for 2007 - 2013	3-8
Table 3-6. Grain Mills Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported
in 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-11
Table 3-7. Grain Mills Category Top TRI Pollutants	3-12
Table 3-8. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Releases	3-13
Table 3-9. Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and
Discharges Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-17
Table 3-10. Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category Top DMR Pollutants	3-18
Table 3-11. Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category Top TRI Pollutants	3-19
Table 3-12. U.S. Steel Fairless Hills Works' PCB Discharges for 2011-2014 	3-20
Table 3-13. Top 2013 DMR Cyanide Discharging Facilities	3-21
Table 3-14. Mountain State Carbon 2008 and 2013 Permit Limits	3-21
Table 3-15. Mountain State Carbon's 2013 DMR CNWAD Discharges	3-22
Table 3-16. Mountain State Carbon's 2013 DMR Total Cyanide Discharges	3-23
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Table 3-17. U.S. Steel Clairton Plant's 2002, 2012, and 2015 Cyanide Permit Limits for
Outfall 183	3-23
Table 3-18. U.S. Steel Clairton Plant's 2013 DMR Cyanide Discharges for Outfall 183	3-24
Table 3-19. Top 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharging Facilities	3-25
Table 3-20. U.S. Steel Gary Works' 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharges	3-26
Table 3-21. U.S. Steel Gary Works' Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014	3-26
Table 3-22. ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC's 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharges	3-27
Table 3-23. ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC's Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014	3-28
Table 3-24. U.S. Steel Granite City Works' 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharges for Outfall
001	3-28
Table 3-25. U.S. Steel Granite City Works' Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014	3-29
Table 3-26. ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharges for Outfall 002	3-29
Table 3-27. ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014	3-29
Table 3-28. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Lead and Lead Compound Releases	3-30
Table 3-29. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Nitrate Compound Releases	3-31
Table 3-30. AK Steel Rockport Works' TRI-Reported Nitrate Compound Releases for
2008-2013 	3-32
Table 3-31. Landfills Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported
in 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-36
Table 3-32. Landfills Category Top DMR Pollutants	3-37
Table 3-33. Top 2013 DMR Cadmium Discharging Facilities	3-38
Table 3-34. Henderson City Landfill's 2013 DMR Quarterly Cadmium Discharges	3-38
Table 3-35. Top 2013 DMR Selenium Discharging Facilities	3-39
Table 3-36. SCGENCO/Williams Ash Disposal Facility's 2013 DMR Original and
Corrected Selenium Discharges from Outfall 001	3-39
Table 3-37. Top 2013 DMR Iron Discharging Facilities	3-40
Table 3-38. Bluegrass Containment LLC's 2013 DMR Original and Corrected Iron
Discharges from Outfall 001	3-41
Table 3-39. Bavarian Trucking's 2013 DMR Iron Discharges from Outfall 001	3-42
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Table 3-40. Meat and Poultry Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-45
Table 3-41. Meat and Poultry Category Top TRI Pollutants	3-46
Table 3-42. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Nitrate Compound Releases	3-48
Table 3-43. BAT Treatment for the Meat and Poultry Subcategories	3-49
Table 3-44. John Morrell's Sioux Falls Facility's 2013 DMR Discharges for Ammonia
as N, Outfall 001	3-51
Table 3-45. Findings for Select 2013 TRI Nitrate Compound Dischargers	3-53
Table 3-46. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Releases	3-54
Table 3-47. Wastewater Treatment Steps at Various Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc. Facilities	3-55
Table 3-48. Mineral Mining Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-59
Table 3-49. Mineral Mining Category Top DMR Pollutants	3-60
Table 3-50. Top 2013 DMR Chloride Discharging Facilities	3-61
Table 3-51. Top 2013 DMR Aluminum Discharging Facilities	3-61
Table 3-52. SES Assets, LLC Chloride and Aluminum Discharges for 2011 - 2014	3-62
Table 3-53. Cedar Lake Plant's Historical and 2013 DMR Monthly Chloride Discharges	3-63
Table 3-54. Top 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharging Facilities	3-64
Table 3-55. PCS Phosphate White Spring's 2013 DMR Monthly Average Fluoride
Discharges	3-64
Table 3-56. PCS Phosphate White Spring's Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014	3-65
Table 3-57. NFMM Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported
for 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-67
Table 3-58. 2013 NFMM Category Top DMR Pollutants	3-68
Table 3-59. Top 2013 DMR Cadmium Discharging Facilities	3-69
Table 3-60. Top 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharging Facilities	3-69
Table 3-61. Nyrstar's 2013 DMRMonthly Cadmium Discharges	3-70
Table 3-62. Nyrstar's 2013 DMRMonthly Fluoride Discharges for Outfall 001	3-71
Table 3-63. Nyrstar DMR Cadmium and Fluoride Discharges for 2010 - 2014 	3-71
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Table 3-64. Horsehead DMR Fluoride Discharges for 2010 - 2014	3-72
Table 3-65. Ore Mining Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-75
Table 3-66. Ore Mining Category Top DMR Pollutants	3-76
Table 3-67. Ore Mining Category Top TRI Pollutants	3-77
Table 3-68. Top 2013 DMR Copper Discharging Facilities	3-78
Table 3-69. Northshore Mining's DMR Copper Discharges from 2010 - 2014	3-78
Table 3-70. Top 2013 DMR Selenium Discharging Facilities	3-79
Table 3-71. Top 2013 DMR Radium-226 Discharging Facilities	3-80
Table 3-72. Top 2013 DMR Arsenic Discharging Facilities	3-81
Table 3-73. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Arsenic and Arsenic Compound Releases	3-81
Table 3-74. Kennecott Utah's DMR and TRI Arsenic Discharges from 2007 - 2014	3-81
Table 3-75. Kennecott Utah's 2013 DMR Arsenic Discharges	3-82
Table 3-76. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Lead and Lead Compound Releases	3-83
Table 3-77. TRI Lead and Lead Compound Releases from 2009 - 2013 	3-84
Table 3-78. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Silver and Silver Compound Releases	3-84
Table 3-79. OCPSF Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported in
2009, 2011, and 2013	3-90
Table 3-80. OCPSF Category Top DMR Pollutants	3-91
Table 3-81. OCPSF Category Top TRI Pollutants	3-92
Table 3-82. Top 2013 DMRPACs Discharging Facilities	3-93
Table 3-83. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI PACs Releases	3-93
Table 3-84. Sasol's 2013 DMRPACs Discharges	3-94
Table 3-85. ExxonMobil's PACs TRI Releases, 2009 - 2013 	3-95
Table 3-86. Top 2013 DMR Total Residual Chlorine Discharging Facilities	3-96
Table 3-87. Top 2013 DMR Hexachlorobenzene Discharging Facilities	3-97
Table 3-88. Sasol's 2013 DMR Hexachlorobenzene Discharges	3-97
Table 3-89. Sasol's Hexachlorobenzene DMR Discharges, 2010 - 2014	3-98
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Table 3-90. 2013 DMR Hexachlorobenzene Discharges forNalco Company	3-98
Table 3-91. Top 2013 DMR TCDD Discharging Facilities	3-99
Table 3-92. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound
Releases	3-99
Table 3-93. Dow Chemical Company TRI Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound Releases,
2008-2013 	3-100
Table 3-94. Sasol's Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound TRI Releases, 2009 - 2013	3-101
Table 3-95. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Carbon Disulfide Releases	3-101
Table 3-96. Viskase Corporation Carbon Disulfide TRI Indirect Releases, 2007 - 2013	3-102
Table 3-97. Innovia Films Inc. Carbon Disulfide DMR and TRI Releases, 2007 - 2013	3-103
Table 3-98. Viscofan USA, Inc. Carbon Disulfide TRI Indirect Releases, 2007 - 2013	3-103
Table 3-99. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Nitrate Compound Releases	3-104
Table 3-100. DSM Chemicals NA, Inc. Nitrate Compound TRI Releases, 2010 - 2013 	3-104
Table 3-101. DuPont Chambers Works Nitrate Compounds TRI Releases, 2010 - 2013	3-105
Table 3-102. Pulp and Paper Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported for 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-112
Table 3-103. Pulp and Paper Category Top TRI Pollutants	3-113
Table 3-104. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Releases	3-114
Table 3-105. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compounds
Releases	3-116
Table 3-106. Domtar Paper Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Releases for 2009 - 2013.. 3-117
Table 3-107. Boise White Paper LLC Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Concentrations.. 3-117
Table 3-108. Rayonier Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Releases for 2009, 2011,
2013	3-118
Table 3-109. Resolute Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Releases for 2009, 2011, 2013 .. 3-119
Table 3-110. 2002-2013 Manganese and Manganese Compound Releases in TRI	3-120
Table 3-111. Textiles Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported
in 2009, 2011, and 2013	3-123
Table 3-112. 2013 Textiles Category Top DMR Pollutants	3-124

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Table 3-113. Mohawk Industries' 2013 DMR Monthly Toxaphene Discharges Reported
for Outfall 001	3-125
Table 3-114. Mohawk Industries 2013 DMR Notes for Toxaphene Discharges	3-125
Table 3-115. Top 2013 DMR Sulfide Discharging Facilities	3-126
Table 3-116. King America's 2013 DMR Monthly Sulfide Discharges Reported for
Outfall 001	3-126
Table 4-1. Current Rechargeable Batteries and Common Uses	4-3
Table 4-2. Rechargeable Battery Types used in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles	4-7
Table 4-3. Properties of MBT	4-20
Table 4-4. Facilities Reporting MBT Releases to TRI in 2013	4-21
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Figure 4-1. Simplified Battery Diagram (adapted from Northwestern University, 2014)	4-3
Figure 4-2. Simplified Schematic of a Redox Flow Battery (Salkind et al., 2003)	4-5
Figure 4-3. Basic Manufacturing Processes for Electronic Crystals (U.S. EPA, 1983)	4-15
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1—Introduction to EPA 's 2015 Annual Review
1. Introduction to EPA's 2015 Annual Review
Effluent limitations guidelines and standards (ELGs) are an essential element of the
nation's clean water program, which was established by the 1972 amendments to the Federal
Water Pollution Control Act (which then became known as the Clean Water Act (CWA)). ELGs
are technology-based regulations used to control industrial wastewater discharges. EPA issues
ELGs for new and existing sources that discharge directly to surface waters, as well as those that
discharge to publicly owned treatment works (POTWs) (indirect dischargers). ELGs are applied
in discharge permits as limits to the pollutants that facilities may discharge. To date, EPA has
established ELGs to regulate wastewater discharges from 58 point source categories. This
regulatory program substantially reduces industrial wastewater pollution and continues to be a
critical aspect of the effort to clean the nation's waters.
In addition to developing new ELGs, the CWA requires EPA to revise existing ELGs
when appropriate. Over the years, EPA has revised ELGs in response to developments such as
advances in treatment technology and changes in industry processes. To continue its efforts to
reduce industrial wastewater pollution and fulfill CWA requirements, EPA conducts an annual
review and effluent guidelines planning process. The annual review and planning process has
three main objectives: (1) to review existing ELGs to identify candidates for revision, (2) to
identify new categories of direct dischargers for possible development of ELGs, and (3) to
identify new categories of indirect dischargers for possible development of pretreatment
standards.
This report documents EPA's methodology and findings from its 2015 Annual Review.
The 2015 Annual Review consisted of three components:
•	Conducting a toxicity ranking analysis (TRA) using data from discharge monitoring
reports (DMRs) contained in the Integrated Compliance Information System for the
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (ICIS-NPDES), and the Toxics
Release Inventory (TRI). The TRA identifies and prioritizes for further review those
industrial categories whose pollutant discharges pose the greatest hazard to human
health and the environment relative to other categories. EPA evaluates the relative
hazard of these discharges by applying toxic weighting factors (TWFs) to the annual
pollutant discharges to calculate the total discharge of toxic pollutants as toxic-
weighted pound equivalents (TWPE). See Section 2 of this report for details of the
TRA.
•	Conducting preliminary category reviews for the industrial categories with the highest
hazard potential (in terms of TWPE) identified from the TRA. EPA uses the
preliminary category reviews to further evaluate and identify categories that may
warrant additional review and study or possible effluent guidelines and standards
revision or development. See Section 3 of this report for details on the individual
preliminary category reviews.
•	Reviewing additional industrial categories and pollutants brought to EPA's attention
through public and stakeholder comments and input, to evaluate recent changes
within the industries as well as potential new pollutant releases to the environment
through industrial wastewater discharge that may not be adequately regulated by
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current ELGs. See Section 4 of this report for details on EPA's review of additional
industrial categories and pollutants.
The 2015 Annual Review supports EPA's Office of Water's Preliminary 2016 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan (Preliminary 2016 Plan) (U.S. EPA, 2016). The Preliminary 2016
Plan, pursuant to Section 304(m) of the CWA, provides background on the CWA and ELG
planning process, summarizes the results of the 2015 Annual Review, and details EPA's
proposed actions and follow-up. The Preliminary 2016 Plan also identifies any industrial
categories newly selected for effluent guidelines rulemaking, and provides a schedule for such
rulemaking.
1.1 Introduction References
1.	U.S. EPA. 2015. Final 2014 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C.
(July). EPA-821-R-15-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-0210.
2.	U.S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. Washington,
D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08208.
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2—EPA 's 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis (TRA)
2. EPA's 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis (TRA)
Consistent with its odd year review methodology,1 EPA performed a TRA of all
industrial categories, including those subject to existing effluent limitations guidelines and
standards (ELGs) and those not currently regulated by ELGs, to identify and prioritize for further
review categories whose pollutant discharges may pose the greatest hazards to human health or
the environment relative to other categories.
As a first step in the TRA, EPA downloaded 2013 industrial rankings data from the "Top
Industrial Dischargers of Toxic Pollutants" area of the DMR Pollutant Loading Tool (the
Loading Tool)2. EPA used 2013 data to form the basis for the TRA because they represented the
most recent and complete set of industrial wastewater discharge data available at the time of the
2015 Annual Review. Section 2.1 describes the industrial rankings data sources and their
limitations in detail.
Next, EPA performed a quality review of the data, as discussed in Section 2.2, in order to
identify and correct data errors and understand potential outliers. As described in Section 2.3,
EPA imported the corrected data into a set of static databases to create the final 2015 point
source category rankings. Section 2.4 presents the final 2015 point source category rankings,
which EPA used to prioritize categories for further preliminary review. Section 3 of this report
presents the methodology for, and findings from, EPA's preliminary category reviews.
2.1 Data Sources and Limitations
The Loading Tool estimates the load of pollutants discharged from specific facilities
using a combination of discharge monitoring report (DMR) data, from the Integrated
Compliance Information System for the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (ICIS-
NPDES), and Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) data.3 TRI and DMR data do not identify the
effluent guideline(s) applicable to a particular facility. However, TRI classifies facilities by
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code, while ICIS-NPDES classifies
facilities by Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes. Thus, the Loading Tool relates each
SIC and NAICS code to an industrial category.4 It also assigns a relative toxic weighting factor
(TWF) to the estimated loads from each facility to calculate the total discharge of toxic
pollutants as toxic weighted pound equivalents (TWPE).5
The Loading Tool then sums the TWPE for each facility in an industrial category to
calculate a total TWPE per category and ranks the categories according to their total TWPE
discharged. The Loading Tool's industrial rankings are calculated using the same methodology
1	EPA's odd year review methodology is further discussed in the Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program
Plan (Preliminary 2016 Plan) (U.S. EPA, 2016).
2	See the DMR Pollutant Loading Tool, which presents the top industrial dischargers of toxic pollutants. EPA used
this section of the DMR Pollutant Loading Tool to inform its 2015 TRA.
3	Consistent with the methodology presented 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).
4	For more information on how EPA related each SIC and NAICS code to an industrial category, see Section 5.0 of
the 2009 SLA Report (U.S. EPA, 2009).
5	See a full overview of the DMR Pollutant Loading Tool.
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presented in the 2009 Screening Level Analysis (SLA) Report (U.S. EPA, 2009), except for one
change to the selection of DMR measurement data from ICIS-NPDES.6 The calculations specific
to the Loading Tool are documented in the Technical Users Background Document for the
Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) Pollutant Loading Tool (U.S. EPA, 2012a).
This section provides general information on the use and limitations of the data sources
the Loading Tool uses to generate the industrial rankings. These data sources include:
•	SIC codes
•	NAICS codes
•	TWFs
•	DMR data from ICIS-NDPES
•	TRI data
2.1.1 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.
•	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.
Although developed to track economic data, 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.
ICIS-NPDES includes one four-digit SIC code, reflecting the principal activity causing the
discharge at each facility.
EPA does not define the applicability of its ELGs by SIC code, but by industry and
process descriptions. For this reason, regulations for an individual point source category may
apply to one SIC code, multiple SIC codes, or a portion of the facilities in a SIC code. Therefore,
to use data that identify facilities by SIC code, EPA mapped each four-digit SIC code to an
appropriate point source category, as summarized in the "SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk"
6 The Loading Tool incorporates one change to the selection of DMR measurement data from ICIS-NPDES,
described in Section 3.1 of the 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report, which deviates from the
methodology described in the 2009 SLA Report (U.S. EPA, 2014a).
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table (Table C-l in Appendix C). The Loading Tool applies this crosswalk to generate the
industrial rankings.
EPA has not established national ELGs for all SIC codes. Table C-2 in Appendix C lists
the SIC codes for which facility discharge data are available in 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).
2.1.2 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 remedy deficiencies of the SIC code system. The nomenclature and format of NAICS and
SIC codes are presented in Table 2-1.
Table 2-l.Nomenclature and Format of NAICS and SIC Codes
NAICS
SIC
2-digit
Sector
Letter
Division
3-digit
Subsector
2-digit
Major group
4-digit
Industry group
3-digit
Industry group
5-digit
NAICS industry
4-digit
Industry
6-digit
U.S.-specific industry
N/A
N/A
For example, below are the SIC and NAICS codes for the folding paperboard box
manufacturing industry.
In the SIC code system, the classification is less stratified:
•	D: Manufacturing;
-	26: Paper and Allied Paper Products;
o 265: Paperboard Containers and Boxes;
¦	2657: Folding Paperboard Boxes, Including Sanitary (except paperboard
backs for blister or skin packages).
In the NAICS code system the classification is more stratified:
•	32: Manufacturing;
-	322: Paper Manufacturing;
o 3222: Converted Paper Product Manufacturing;
¦	32221: Paperboard Container Manufacturing;
* 322212: Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing.
The NAICS system is used 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.
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EPA does not define the applicability of its ELGs by NAICS code, but by industry and
process descriptions. For this reason, regulations for an individual point source category may
apply to one NAICS code, several NAICS codes, or a portion of the facilities in one NAICS
code. Therefore, to use data that identify facilities by NAICS code, EPA mapped each six-digit
NAICS code to an appropriate point source category, as summarized in the "NAICS/Point
Source Category Crosswalk" table (Table C-3 in Appendix C). The Loading Tool applies this
crosswalk to generate the industrial rankings.
There are some NAICS codes for which EPA has not established national ELGs. Table
C-4 in Appendix C 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).
2.1.3	Toxic Weighting Factors
As part of the Effluent Guidelines Program, EPA developed a wide variety of tools and
methods to evaluate effluent discharges. Among these tools is 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. Each pollutant in
this database is identified by a unique Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) number. EPA uses the
Toxics Database to calculate a pollutant-specific TWF that accounts for differences in toxicity
across pollutants and allows comparison of mass loadings of different pollutants. The Loading
Tool uses TWFs to calculate a "toxic-equivalents" loading (in pounds-equivalents per year). The
Loading Tool multiplies a mass loading of a pollutant in pounds per year by the TWF to derive a
TWPE. The Toxic Weighting Factors Methodology memorandum discusses the use and
development of TWFs in detail (U.S. EPA, 2012c).
EPA derives TWFs from chronic aquatic life criteria (or toxic effect levels) and human
health criteria (or toxic effect levels) established for the consumption of fish. 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
chose copper, a metal commonly detected and removed from industrial effluent, as the
benchmark pollutant (U.S. EPA, 2012c). During the 2015 Annual Review, EPA did not revise
any TWFs or develop TWFs for chemicals that had not previously had them.7
2.1.4	Data from ICIS-NPDES
EPA has used DMR data reported to EPA's Permit Compliance System (PCS) as a part
of its TRA of existing effluent guidelines since the 2003 Annual Review (68 FRN 75515). Since
2002, EPA has been modernizing PCS by creating a new data system, ICIS-NPDES. ICIS-
NPDES automates entering, updating, and retrieving NPDES data, and tracks permit issuance,
permit limits, monitoring data, and other data pertaining to facilities regulated by the NPDES
program under the CWA. In 2006, states began transitioning their DMR reporting from PCS to
ICIS-NPDES. The transition was completed in 2012. By 2012, all states and U.S.
territories/tribes have completely migrated to ICIS-NPDES, except New Jersey; thus, New
7 See documentation maintained within the DMR Loading Tool, for a list of chemicals and their associated TWFs
developed by EPA to date.
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Jersey has not supplied EPA with required data about its CWA discharge program (U.S. EPA,
2015a). Therefore, the 2013 DMR data do not include data from New Jersey. See Section 2.1.4.2
for more information on this limitation.
More than 250,000 industrial facilities and 17,000 wastewater treatment plants have
NPDES individual or general permits8 for wastewater discharges to waters of the U.S. 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. Permitting authorities classify
discharges as major by assessing the following six characteristics (U.S. EPA, 2010):
•	Toxic pollutant potential
•	Discharge flow: stream flow ratio
•	Conventional pollutant loading
•	Public health impact
•	Water quality factors
•	Proximity to coastal waters
Facilities that are major dischargers must report compliance with NPDES permit
requirements via monthly DMRs submitted to the permitting authority. The permitting authority
enters the reported DMR data into ICIS-NPDES, including pollutant concentrations and
quantities, and identifies any permit violations. During the 2015 Annual Review, EPA identified
approximately 6,000 facilities (including sewerage systems) classified as major dischargers with
DMR data in 2013.
Minor dischargers may or may not adversely impact receiving water if not controlled.
Facilities that are minor dischargers must report compliance with NPDES permit requirements
via monthly DMRs submitted to the permitting authority; however, EPA does not require the
permitting authority to enter data in the ICIS-NPDES database. For this reason, the ICIS-NPDES
database includes discharge data only for a limited set of minor dischargers. During the 2015
Annual Review, EPA identified approximately 23,000 facilities (including sewerage systems)
classified as minor dischargers with DMR data in 2013.
Parameters in ICIS-NPDES include water quality parameters (such as pH and
temperature), specific chemicals, conventional parameters (such as biochemical oxygen demand
and total suspended solids), and flow rates. Although other pollutants may be discharged, ICIS-
NPDES contains data only for the parameters identified in the facility's NPDES permit.
Facilities typically report monthly average concentrations or quantities per day discharged, but
may report daily, quarterly, or yearly pollutant measurements, depending on monitoring
requirements stated in their permit.
8 A NPDES individual permit is written to reflect site-specific conditions of a single discharger based on
information submitted by that discharger in a permit application. An individual permit is unique to that
discharger. NPDES general permits are written to cover multiple dischargers with similar operations and types of
discharges based on the permit writer's professional knowledge of those types of activities and discharges (U.S.
EPA, 2010).
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2.1.4.1	Utility of ICIS-NPDES Data
The data collected in the ICIS-NPDES data system are particularly useful for the ELG
planning process for the following reasons:
•	ICIS-NPDES is national in scope, including data from 49 states and 21 U.S.
territories/tribes.
•	Discharge reports included in ICIS-NPDES are based on effluent chemical analysis
and metered flows using known analytical methods.
•	ICIS-NPDES includes discharge data for facilities in any SIC code.
2.1.4.2	Limitations of ICIS-NPDES Data
Limitations of the data collected in the ICIS-NPDES data system include the following:
•	Because New Jersey has not supplied EPA with required discharge monitoring data
about its CWA discharge program, the 2013 DMR data do not include discharge
monitoring data from this state (U.S. EPA, 2015a). For reference, in 2011, New
Jersey accounted for approximately 94,000 TWPE out of a total of 8,930,000 TWPE,
with discharges primarily from the Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers
(OCPSF) (40 CFR Part 414) and Petroleum Refining (40 CFR Part 419) point source
categories.
•	The data system contains 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.
•	Data from minor discharges are not comprehensive.
•	The data system does not include data characterizing discharges from industrial
facilities to publicly owned treatment works (POTWs).
•	In some cases, the data system does not identify the type of wastewater (e.g., process
wastewater, stormwater, noncontact cooling water) being discharged; therefore, total
flow rates reported 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 external outfalls, and ICIS-NPDES may double-count a facility's
discharge. In other cases, an outfall may be labeled as an internal monitoring point,
and ICIS-NPDES may not include all of a facility's discharge.
•	Facilities may not always report the duration of discharge in their DMRs; pollutant
loadings are calculated using continuous discharge assumptions (365 days per year),
which may overestimate some toxic releases.
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•	Facilities are identified by SIC code, not point source category. For some SIC codes,
it may be difficult or impossible to identify the correct point source category
associated with the reported wastewater discharges.9
•	ICIS-NPDES was designed as a permit compliance tracking system and does not
contain production information that would benefit the review of discharges compared
to production-based limitations.
•	ICIS-NPDES data may be entered into the data systems manually, which leads to data
entry errors.
•	In ICIS-NPDES data may be reported as an average quantity, maximum quantity,
average concentration, maximum concentration, and/or minimum concentration. For
many facilities and pollutants, average quantity values are not provided. In these
cases, EPA estimates facility loads based on the maximum quantity. Section 3.2.3 of
the 2009 SLA Report discusses the maximum quantity issue in detail (U.S. EPA,
2009).
Despite these limitations, EPA determined that the ICIS-NPDES data summarized in the
Loading Tool were usable for the 2015 TRA and prioritization of the toxic-weighted pollutant
loadings discharged by industrial facilities. The ICIS-NPDES database remains the only data
source quantifying regulated pollutants discharged directly to surface waters of the U.S.
2.1.5 Data from TRI
Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act requires
facilities meeting specified thresholds to report their annual releases and other waste
management activities for listed toxic chemicals to the TRI. Facilities must report the quantities
of toxic chemicals recycled, collected, combusted for energy recovery, treated for destruction, or
otherwise disposed of. Facilities must complete a separate report for each chemical
manufactured, processed, or used in excess of the reporting threshold. For the 2015 TRA, EPA
used TRI data for reporting year 2013 because they were the most recent data available when the
review began.
A facility must meet three criteria to be required to submit a TRI report for a given
reporting year:
1. NAICS Code Determination. The facility's primary six-digit NAICS code determines
if TRI reporting is required. The primary NAICS code is associated with the facility's
revenues, and may not relate to its pollutant discharges (71 FR 32464). The TRI-
covered industries include six-digit NAICS codes under the following NAICS
subsectors or industry groups (U.S. EPA, 2015b):
-	212, Mining
-	221, Utilities
-	31-33, Manufacturing
9 ICIS-NPDES includes a data field for applicable ELGs; however, completion of this field is not required and it is
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-	All other miscellaneous manufacturing (includes 1119, 1131, 2111, 4883, 5417,
8114)
-	424, Merchant Wholesalers, Non-durable Goods
-	425, Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agent Brokers
-	511, 512, 519, Publishing
-	562, Hazardous waste
-	Federal facilities
2.	Number of Employees. Facilities must have 10 or more full-time employees or their
equivalent (i.e., a total of 20,000 hours or greater worked in a year). EPA defines a
"full-time employee" as 2,000 hours per year of full-time equivalent employment
(there are several exceptions and special circumstances that are well defined in the
TRI reporting instructions) (40 CFRPart 372.3).
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. It 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, non-PBT chemical 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,
mercury compounds are considered PBT chemicals. The TRI reporting guidance
requires any facility that manufactures, processes, or otherwise uses 10 grams or more
of mercury 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. Facilities 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).
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, TRI guidance indicates that 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 their accuracy; however, TRI
allows facilities to report releases in the following ranges: 1 to 10 pounds, 11 to 499 pounds, and
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500 to 999 pounds. If a facility reports a range for a direct or indirect discharge, TRI uses the
middle of the range for the TRI output (U.S. EPA, 2013a).
2.1.5.1	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/tribes.
•	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.
•	TRI includes releases of many toxic chemicals, not just those in facility discharge
permits.
2.1.5.2	Limitations of TRI Data
For purposes of ELG planning, limitations of the data collected in TRI include the
following:
•	Small establishments (fewer 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. Due to TRI
guidance, they may overstate releases, especially at facilities with large wastewater
flows.
•	Certain chemicals (e.g., polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs), dioxin and dioxin-
like compounds) are reported as a class, not as individual compounds. Because the
individual compounds in most classes vary widely in their 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
associated with the source of the toxic wastewater releases.
•	TRI only requires facilities to report certain chemicals; therefore, all pollutants
discharged from a facility may not be captured.
Despite these limitations, EPA determined that the TRI data presented in the Loading
Tool were usable for the 2015 TRA and prioritization of the toxic-weighted pollutant loadings
discharged by industrial categories.
2.2 Data Quality Review
EPA evaluated the quality of the 2013 DMR and TRI data from the Loading Tool. This
evaluation considered data completeness, comparability, accuracy, and reasonableness. The
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Environmental Engineering Support for Clean Water Regulations Programmatic Quality
Assurance Project Plan (PQAPP) describes the quality objectives in more detail (ERG, 2013).
2.2.1 Data Quality Review and Corrections to the 2013 DMR Data
To evaluate completeness, comparability, accuracy, and reasonableness of the 2013 DMR
data, EPA performed the following checks:
Completeness. To evaluate the data's completeness, EPA compared counts of facilities
reporting 2011 and 2013 DMR data in the Loading Tool, as shown in Table 2-2.
As mentioned in Section 2.1.4.2, New Jersey has not converted to the current DMR
reporting system (ICIS-NPDES), and thus has not supplied EPA with required data about its
CWA discharge program for the reporting year 2013 (U.S. EPA, 2015a). As a result, the 2013
DMR data are not complete. However, because the numbers of major and minor facilities
reporting DMR data are otherwise similar between 2011 and 2013, EPA determined that the
2013 DMR dataset contained in the Loading Tool was usable for the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 2-2. Results of 2013 DMR Data Completeness Check
Number of Major Industrial Dischargers
Number of Minor Industrial Dischargers
DMR 2011
DMR 2013
DMR 2011
DMR 2013
1,908
1,938
14,530
16,420
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl and DMRLTOutput201 l_vl.
Comparability. EPA compared the 2011 and 2013 DMR data from the Loading Tool to
identify pollutant discharges or wastewater flows that differed 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 appropriate for facility discharges with the highest
TWPE. If the comparison was unavailable (e.g., if the pollutant had not been previously
reported), EPA contacted the facility or permitting authority.
Accuracy and reasonableness. To evaluate the accuracy and reasonableness of the 2013
DMR data, EPA reviewed the facility and pollutant discharges that had the greatest impact on
total category loads and industrial rankings in the Loading Tool, based on toxic-weighted pounds
discharged. For each identified facility, EPA used the following steps to review the accuracy and
reasonableness of the loads calculated from ICIS-NPDES data:
1.	Reviewed database corrections from previous TRAs to determine whether corrections
made during previous reviews should apply to the 2013 DMR discharges.
2.	Reviewed 2013 DMR facility SIC code information (including the facility's NPDES
permit and permit fact sheet) to determine if the facility was assigned to the point
source category that best applied to the majority of its discharges, or identified
pollutant-level point source category assignments where facilities have operations
subject to more than one point source category.
3.	Reviewed the Loading Tool's 2013 DMR facility loading calculations, then compared
Loading Tool data to data available in EPA's online Envirofacts data system, or from
the facility's NPDES permit and permit fact sheet to verify the data. EPA then
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calculated annual pollutant loads and compared the results to the 2013 Loading Tool
output data to verify the accuracy of the calculated facility loads.
4.	Reviewed ICIS-NPDES pipe descriptions available in EPA's online Envirofacts data
system, ICIS-NPDES supporting tables, or the facility's NPDES permit and permit
fact sheet to identify monitored pollutant discharges that are:
-	Intermittent (e.g., tidal, seasonal, or occurring after a storm).
-	Internal monitoring locations from which wastewater is combined with other
waste streams and monitored again, resulting in double-counting loads.
-	Not representative of category discharges (e.g., storm water runoff from
nonprocess areas, noncontact cooling water, or wastewater related to operations in
another point source category).
5.	Reviewed ICIS-NPDES output data for pollutants that should be excluded from the
2013 DMR load calculation because they are in units that cannot be converted to
quantities (e.g., kilograms per day (kg/d)) or concentrations (e.g., milligrams per liter
(mg/L)).10
6.	Contacted the state permitting authority or facility to determine if the data were
reported and transcribed correctly.
7.	Used the Error Report functionality built into the Enforcement and Compliance
History Online (ECHO) website11 to report identified DMR data errors to the data
stewards for evaluation and correction, to ensure that the underlying DMR data pulled
into ICIS-NPDES are updated.
Table 2-3 summarizes EPA's initial quality review of the 2013 DMR data. Table D-l in
Appendix D lists all of the specific corrections EPA made to the 2013 DMR data as a result of its
data quality review, prior to generating the final 2015 point source category rankings. Note that
EPA conducted further quality reviews of the 2013 DMR data, and made additional data
corrections, as part of the more detailed preliminary category reviews (presented in Section 3) of
this report.
10	Table A-5 in Appendix A in the Technical Users Background Document for the Discharge Monitoring Report
(DMR) Pollutant Loading Tool lists pollutants excluded from the Loading Tool (U.S. EPA, 2012a). Examples
include: temperature, pH, fecal coliform, and whole effluent toxicity.
11	See EPA's Enforcement Complin	3nline.
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Table 2-3. Summary of 2013 DMR Facility Data Quality Review
Facility
Location
Point Source
Category
Pollutant(s) in
Question
Review Findings
Action Taken/Database
Correction
Equity Group
Eufaula Div
LLC
Eufaula, AL
Meat and
Poultry
Products
Cadmium, Copper,
Nickel, Zinc
Facility confirmed a concentration error for
metals as part of the 2013 Annual Review;
concentrations are three orders of
magnitude larger than actual values (U.S.
EPA, 2014a). December 2013
concentrations for cadmium, copper, nickel,
and zinc are three orders of magnitude
larger than other months.
Divide December 2013
cadmium, copper, nickel,
and zinc concentrations by
1,000.
Nubay Mining,
LLC
Galatia, IL
Coal Mining
Flow
EPA identified a unit error for 2011 flow
values as part of the 2013 Annual Review.
Flow values were three orders of magnitude
larger than actual values (U.S. EPA, 2014a).
March 2013 flow value for outfall 009 is
also three orders of magnitude larger than
other months.
Divide March 2013 flow
value by 1,000.
PRASA WTP
Sabana Grande
Sabana Grande,
PR
Drinking Water
Treatment
Flow
EPA corrected an outlier flow value for
February 2011 for outfall 001 as part of the
2013 Annual Review by dividing by 10,000
to match other months (U.S. EPA, 2014a).
December 2013 flow value for outfall 001 is
two orders of magnitude higher than other
months.
Divide December 2013 flow
value by 100.
US Steel Mon
Valley Works
- Edgar
Thomson Plant
Braddock, PA
Iron and Steel
Manufacturing
Flow
EPA originally identified a flow correction
as part of the 2007 Annual Review (U.S.
EPA, 2007); EPA again incorporated the
flow correction for the facility as part of the
2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014a).
The 2013 flow values reviewed for the 2015
Annual Review do not reflect the facility
flow correction.
Incorporated facility flow
correction and revised 2013
loads for all pollutants.
Celanese LTD
Bay City Plant
Bay City, TX
Organic
Chemicals,
Plastics, and
Synthetic Fibers
Total Residual Chlorine
Facility misidentified outfall 001 in DMR
data; the outfall is an internal outfall. EPA
marked this outfall as an internal outfall as
part of the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA,
2014a).
Marked outfall 001 as an
internal outfall.
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Table 2-3. Summary of 2013 DMR Facility Data Quality Review
Facility
Location
Point Source
Category
Pollutant(s) in
Question
Review Findings
Action Taken/Database
Correction
Aventis
Cropscience
USA
Institute, WV
Organic
Chemicals,
Plastics, and
Synthetic Fibers
PCBs
The facility confirmed 2011 PCBs
concentrations were missing a below
detection limit (BDL) indicator as part of
the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA,
2014a). EPA determined 2013 PCBs
concentrations were also missing the BDL
indicator.
Add BDL indicator to 2013
PCBs discharges.
Ed Arey &
Sons, Inc.
Buckhannon,
WV
Timber
Products
Processing
Flow
Facility reported incorrect units for the 2009
and 2011 flow values, making the flow
values 1,000,000 times larger than previous
years (U.S. EPA, 2014a). 2013 flow values
are also 1,000,000 larger than previous
years.
Divided 2013 flow values
by 1,000,000 to match order
of magnitude of previous
years.
Evergreen
Recycling and
Disposal
Northwood, OH
Unassigned
Waste Facility
Nickel
Facility reported incorrect units for the 2013
nickel concentrations.
Divided 2013 nickel
concentrations by
1,000,000,000.
Koppers, Inc.
Gainesville, FL
Timber
Products
Processing
2,3,7,8-TCDD
State contact confirmed the 2013 DMR
TCDD data for outfall 001 (Akhavein,
2014). EPA also confirmed the facility is a
Superfund Site by the CERCLIS number.
Facility re-assigned to PSC
code 999 - Superfund Sites.
Resolute FP
US Inc.3
Calhoun, TN
Pulp, Paper and
Paperboard
Mercury
Facility contact provided corrected 2013
mercury concentrations (Schwartz and
Wiegand, 2014).
Revised 2013 mercury
concentrations.
Black Oak
Landfill
Hartville, MO
Landfills
Silver, Selenium
State contact confirmed that 2013 DMR
silver and selenium concentrations are in
units of |ig/L. not mg/L (Sappington, 2014).
Divided 2013 silver and
selenium concentrations by
1,000.
Graftech
International
Holdings Inc.
Anmoore, WV
Metal Finishing
Arsenic, Aluminum
Facility contact provided revised 2013
arsenic concentrations for outfall 026 and
flow values for outfalls 026, 036, 037, and
038 (Williams, 2014).
Revised 2013 arsenic
concentrations for outfall
026 and flow values for
outfalls 026, 036, 037, and
038.
BASF Corp
Wyandotte, MI
Organic
Chemicals,
Plastics, and
Synthetic Fibers
Mercury
The March 2013 mercury concentration is
six orders of magnitude higher than the
other reported concentrations for outfall
002.
Divide the March 2013
concentration by 1,000,000.
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Table 2-3. Summary of 2013 DMR Facility Data Quality Review
Facility
Location
Point Source
Category
Pollutant(s) in
Question
Review Findings
Action Taken/Database
Correction
Decker Coal
Co.
Decker, MT
Coal Mining
Arsenic
State contact confirmed that the December
2013 arsenic concentration for outfall 002 is
non-detect (Self, 2014).
Zeroed December 2013
arsenic concentration for
outfall 002.
Aluminum Co.
of America
Badin
Badin, NC
NFMM
Cyanide
State contact confirmed that 2013 cyanide
concentrations are in units of |ig/L. not
mg/L (Allocco, 2014).
Divided 2013 cyanide
concentrations by 1,000.
Mosaic
Phosphates
Co. Faustina
Plant
Donaldsonville,
LA
Fertilizer
Manufacturing
Fluoride, Cadmium,
Aluminum
Facility is a phosphate fertilizer
manufacturer, which is subject to 40 CFR
Part 418, Subpart A, Phosphate
Subcategory. However, because the facility
is located in Louisiana, EPA determined it
is exempt from Subpart A and permit limits
are based on facility-specific permitting.
No data corrections. The
facility does not represent
the Fertilizer Manufacturing
Category because it is
exempt from 40 CFR Part
418.
Honeywell
International
Inc.
Hopewell, VA
Organic
Chemicals,
Plastics, and
Synthetic Fibers
Hexachlorobenzene
Facility contact confirmed that 2013
hexachlorobenzene discharges are below
detection (Parker, 2013).
Zeroed 2013
hexachlorobenzene
discharges.
DuPont
Washington
Works
Washington,
WV
Organic
Chemicals,
Plastics, and
Synthetic Fibers
Hexachlorobenzene
Confirmed with DMR data provided by the
West Virginia Department of
Environmental Protection that the
hexachlorobenzene discharges are below
detection.
Zeroed 2013
hexachlorobenzene
discharges.
Ergon West
Virginia
Newell, WV
Petroleum
Refining
Sulfide
Facility contact provided a revised July
2013 sulfide concentration (Stanton, 2015).
Revised July 2013 sulfide
concentration.
Shenango Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
Iron and Steel
Manufacturing
Benzo(a)pyrene
August 2013 benzo(a)pyrene quantity is
three orders of magnitude larger than other
months and previous years data.
Divided August 2013
benzo(a)pyrene quantity by
1,000.
Feldspar
Monticello
Plant
Monticello, GA
Mineral Mining
and Processing
Flow
November 2013 flow value is five orders of
magnitude larger than other months.
Divided November 2013
flow by 100,000.
United Park
City Mines
Co.
Park City, UT
Ore Mining and
Dressing
Mercury
State contact confirmed that 2013 mercury
concentrations are in units of ng/L, not
mg/L (Thiele, 2015).
Divided October 2013
mercury concentration by
1,000,000.
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Table 2-3. Summary of 2013 DMR Facility Data Quality Review
Facility
Location
Point Source
Category
Pollutant(s) in
Question
Review Findings
Action Taken/Database
Correction
Clearon Corp
South
Charleston, WV
Inorganic
Chemicals
Manufacturing
Flow
March and May 2013 flow values are three
orders of magnitude larger than other
months in 2013 and previous years' data.
Divide March and May
2013 flow values by 1,000.
Clean Harbors
Baton Rouge
LLC
Baton Rouge,
LA
Centralized
Waste
Treatment
Hexachlorocyclohexane
Confirmed hexachlorocyclohexane
discharges are below detection with DMR
data from Louisiana (LA DEQ, 2015).
Zeroed 2013
hexachlorocyclohexane
discharges.
Henderson
City Landfill
Henderson, KY
Landfills
No data corrections.
Facility contact confirmed the outlier
cadmium concentration in March 2013 for
outfall 001; the facility had a leachate tank
flood on the sampling date for this outfall.
Therefore, the sample was not a
representative sample for the outfall
(Anderson, 2015).
No data corrections.
US Ecology
Texas Inc.
Robstown, TX
Centralized
Waste
Treatment
Flow
Facility contact confirmed the outlier flow
value in September 2013 for outfall 004; the
facility had a large rainfall event in
September 2013 and the facility's flow
meter was faulty. Therefore, the sample was
not a representative sample for the outfall
(Camarena, 2015).

a This facility is referred to as Abibow US Inc. in previous annual review reports. In 2012, Abibow US Inc. became Resolute FP US Inc. (Resolute, 2012).
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2.2.2 Data Quality Review and Corrections to the 2013 TRI Data
To evaluate completeness, comparability, accuracy, and reasonableness of the 2013 TRI
data, EPA performed the following checks:
Completeness. To evaluate the data's completeness, EPA compared counts of facilities
reporting 2011 and 2013 TRI data in the Loading Tool, as shown in Table 2-4. Because the
number of facilities reporting is similar between 2011 and 2013, EPA determined that the 2013
TRI dataset contained in the Loading Tool was useable for the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 2-4. Results of the 2013 TRI Data Completeness Check
l oliil Number of l';icililies Reporting (o TRI
NiiiiiIkt of l';ieili(ies Reporting Disehiiriies (.renter
lliiin Zero lo TRI
TRI 2011
TRI 2013
TKI 2011
TKI 2013
18,391
19,601
6,855
6,936
Sources: TRILTOutput2013_vl and TRILTOutput2011 _vl.
Comparability. EPA compared the 2013 TRI data from the Loading Tool to 2011 TRI
data from the Loading Tool to identify annual pollutant loadings that differed more than the
year-to-year variation of other chemicals and facilities. EPA used this comparison to determine if
corrections were appropriate for facility discharges with the highest TWPE. If the comparison
was unavailable (e.g., the pollutant was not previously reported), EPA contacted the facility.
Accuracy and reasonableness. EPA reviewed facility and pollutant releases that had the
greatest impact on total category loads and rankings in terms of TWPE released. For the
identified facilities, EPA used the following steps:
1.	Reviewed database corrections from previous TRAs to determine whether corrections
made during previous reviews should apply to the 2013 TRI releases.
2.	Reviewed releases reported to TRI for other reporting years (i.e., 2000, 2002, 2003,
2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2011) and compared them to releases reported to
TRI for reporting year 2013 to identify trends in the discharges.
3.	Reviewed 2013 TRI NAICS code information to determine if the facility was
assigned to the point source category that best applied to the majority of its
discharges, or identified pollutant-level point source category assignments where
facilities have operations subject to more than one point source category.
4.	Reviewed 2013 DMR data, if available, and hand-calculated annual pollutant loads to
compare to releases reported to TRI for reporting year 2013.
5.	Verified that the Loading Tool excluded pollutants that should not have an associated
pollutant load (e.g., yellow or white phosphorus). See Section 3.4.2 in EPA's 2011
Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report (U.S. EPA, 2012b).
6.	Contacted the facility to verify whether the pollutant releases are reported correctly.
Through the accuracy review, EPA identified that hydrogen sulfide water releases
accounted for approximately 40 percent of the total 2013 TRI TWPE (U.S. EPA, 2015 c;
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TRILTOutput2013 vO). EPA further evaluated the quality of the hydrogen sulfide data, as
hydrogen sulfide is a relatively new pollutant reported to TRI that EPA has not previously
considered in its annual reviews and because the data constitutes a large percentage of the TWPE
reported to TRI in 2013. EPA evaluated data sources and contacted facilities, summarized in
Table 2-5. EPA determined that the data for indirect releases are overestimated based on the
estimation techniques used. As a result, EPA identified and adjusted the indirect releases of
hydrogen sulfide reported to TRI to account for POTW removals (U.S. EPA, 2015c). See Section
2.2.2.1 for more details on EPA's investigation and adjustment of the 2013 hydrogen sulfide data
reported to TRI.
Table 2-5 summarizes EPA's quality review of the 2013 TRI data. Table D-2 in
Appendix D of this report lists all of the specific corrections EPA made to the 2013 TRI data as a
result of its data quality review, prior to generating the final 2015 point source category rankings.
Note that EPA conducted further quality review of the 2013 TRI data and identified additional
data corrections as part of the more detailed preliminary category reviews presented in Section 3
of this report.
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Table 2-5. Summary of 2013 TRI Facility Data Quality Review
Facilitv
Location
Point Source
Category
Chcmical(s) in
Questions
Review Findings
Action
Taken/Database
Correction
International Paper
Georgetown, SC
Pulp, Paper, and
Paperboard
Dioxin and dioxin-
like compounds
Facility contact confirmed that the TCDD
value reported to the 2013 TRI was not
detected (Schwartz & Wiegand, 2014).
Zeroed dioxin and
dioxin-like compound
releases.
ExxonMobil
Chemical Baton
Rouge Chemical
Plant
Baton Rouge,
LA
Organic
Chemicals,
Plastics, and
Synthetic Fibers
PACs
As part of the 2013 Annual Review, facility
contact confirmed the 2011 TRI PAC
releases were estimated from monthly
sampling results that were non-detect;
therefore, 2011 releases were zeroed (U.S.
EPA, 2014a). 2013 releases are similar to
2011.
Zeroed 2013 PAC
releases.
Mountain State
Carbon
Follansbee, WV
Iron and Steel
Manufacturing
PACs
Facility contact confirmed an error in their
2013 PAC release reported to TRI and
provided corrected data (Smith, 2015).
Revised PAC release.
USS Gary Works
Gary, IN
Iron and Steel
Manufacturing
Lead and lead
compounds
Facility contact confirmed an error in their
2013 lead and lead compound release
reported to TRI and provided corrected data
(Armentrout, 2014).
Revised lead and lead
compound release.
Valero Refining
Memphis, TN
Petroleum
Refining
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed the 2013
hydrogen sulfide release and stated that the
release was calculated based on monthly
sampling results (Brewer, 2014).
No data corrections.
Tesoro Refining
Salt Lake City,
UT
Petroleum
Refining
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed that the 2013
hydrogen sulfide release was calculated
based on sampling results (Ibarra, 2014).
No data corrections.
Smithfield
Farmland Corp
Denison, IA
Meat and Poultry
Products
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed that the 2013
hydrogen sulfide release was calculated
based on sampling results (Murphy, 2014).
No data corrections.
Smithfield
Farmland Corp
Clinton, NC
Meat and Poultry
Products
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed that the 2013
hydrogen sulfide release was calculated
based on sampling results (Murphy, 2014).
No data corrections.
Smithfield
Farmland Corp
Smithfield, VA
Meat and Poultry
Products
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed that the 2013
hydrogen sulfide release was calculated
based on sampling results (Murphy, 2014).
No data corrections.
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Table 2-5. Summary of 2013 TRI Facility Data Quality Review
Facilitv
Location
Point Source
Category
Chcmical(s) in
Questions
Review Findings
Action
Taken/Database
Correction
Tyson Fresh Meats
Inc.
Logansport, IN
Meat and Poultry
Products
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed the 2013
hydrogen sulfide release and stated that the
release was calculated based on sampling
results (Dirks, 2015)
No data corrections.
JR Simplot Co
Grand Forks, ND
Canned and
Preserved Fruits
and Vegetable
Processing
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed the 2013
hydrogen sulfide release and stated that the
release was calculated based on sampling
results (Prigge, 2014).
No data corrections.
SAPPI Cloquet
LLC
Cloquet, MN
Pulp, Paper, and
Paperboard
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed an error in 2013
hydrogen sulfide releases and provided
corrected data (Schwartz & Wiegand,
2014).
Revised hydrogen
sulfide release.
Rocktenn CP LLC
Hopewell, VA
Pulp, Paper, and
Paperboard
Hydrogen Sulfide
Facility contact confirmed the 2013
hydrogen sulfide release and stated that the
release was based on factors provided by
the trade association (Schwartz & Wiegand,
2014).
No data corrections.
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2.2.2.1 Updates to the 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Data
During its review of the 2013 TRI data, EPA noted that hydrogen sulfide water releases
accounted for approximately 40 percent of the total 2013 TRI TWPE (U.S. EPA, 2015 c;
TRlLTOutput2013 vO). Hydrogen sulfide has not historically been included or evaluated as part
of EPA's previous annual reviews, but is now included due to recent changes in TRI reporting
requirements.
Hydrogen sulfide was added to the TRI list of toxic chemicals in a final rule published on
December 1, 1993. On August 22, 1994, EPA issued an Administrative Stay of the reporting
requirements for hydrogen sulfide to evaluate issues brought to the Agency's attention after
promulgation of the final rule. These issues concerned the human health effect basis for the
listing and the Agency's use of exposure analyses in TRI listing decisions. Although the final
rule listing hydrogen sulfide under section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community
Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) remained in force, the stay deferred the reporting requirements for
hydrogen sulfide while EPA completed its further evaluation (76 FR 64022).
From its further evaluation of the environmental toxicity of hydrogen sulfide, EPA
determined that available data indicate that water with concentrations of more than 2.0 ug/L
undissociated hydrogen sulfide would constitute a long-term hazard to aquatic organisms despite
its fate under certain environmental conditions (76 FR 64022). As a result, on October 17, 2011,
EPA announced it was lifting the Administrative Stay of the reporting requirements for hydrogen
sulfide under Section 313 of EPCRA (76 FR 64022). Facilities were required to report
environmental releases of hydrogen sulfide to TRI beginning with the reporting year 2012,
including releases to water.
EPA's review of the hydrogen sulfide data reported to TRI for the 2015 Annual Review
identified five industrial point source categories where hydrogen sulfide contributed a substantial
portion of the category TWPE. Table 2-6 lists these point source categories and the percentage of
their total category TWPE attributed to hydrogen sulfide. Table 2-7 summarizes the reported
2013 TRI hydrogen sulfide releases by release type (i.e., direct and indirect releases) (U.S. EPA,
2015c).
Table 2-6. Top 2013 TRI Point Source Categories with Reported Hydrogen Sulfide
Water Releases
Poinl Source ( alcgon
1 olal T\\ PI.
ii>s twpi:
Percentage olToial
(alcgon TWPI'.
Allrihuled lo IhS
430 - Pulp, Paper and Paperboard
4,280,000
2,140,000
50%
419 - Petroleum Refining
580,000
191,000
33%
406 - Grain Mills
276,000
274,000
99%
432 - Meat and Poultry Products
213,000
169,000
79%
407 - Canned and Preserved Fruits and
Vegetables Processing
68,700
64,200
93%
Total TRI TWPE for Top Categories with
Reported Hydrogen Sulfide Releases
5,420,000
2,840,000
52%
Total TRI TWPE
7,160,000
2,870,000
40%
Source: TRILTOutput2013_vO
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Table 2-7. Summary of 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Water Releases by Release Type
Type of Release
Number of Facilities
Reporting H2S Releases
Pounds of Reported H2S
Releases
H,S TWPE
Direct
146
513,000
1,440,000
Indirect
26
511,000
1,430,000
Total H2S Releases
172
1,024,000
2,870,000
Total TRI TWPE
7,160,000
Source: TRILTOutput2013_vO
As shown in Table 2-6, hydrogen sulfide releases from five point source categories
account for 99 percent of the hydrogen sulfide TRI TWPE and 40 percent of the total TRI
TWPE. Table 2-7 shows that the total reported quantity of hydrogen sulfide released (in pounds)
is equally distributed between direct and indirect releasing facilities. The data also indicate that a
higher number of direct discharging facilities (146) reported releasing hydrogen sulfide as
compared to indirect discharging facilities (26).
EPA further evaluated the quality of the hydrogen sulfide data, as hydrogen sulfide is a
relatively new pollutant reported to TRI that EPA has not previously considered in its annual
reviews, and because the data account for a large percentage of the TWPE reported to TRI in
2013. As a first step in assessing the quality of the hydrogen sulfide data and its utility for the
2015 Annual Review, EPA evaluated whether the reported releases for indirect discharging
facilities take into account any treatment and removal that is likely to occur at the receiving
POTW. As discussed in Section 3.4 of Technical Users Background Document for the Discharge
Monitoring Report (DMR) Pollutant Loading Tool (U.S. EPA, 2012a), the Loading Tool adjusts,
if possible, the TRI pollutant releases reported by indirect discharging facilities to account for
pollutants removed at POTWs prior to release to receiving waters. Table C-l in Appendix C of
the Technical Users Background Document for the DMR Pollutant Loading Tool lists the POTW
removals used for the TRI chemicals reported as transferred to POTWs (U.S. EPA, 2012a). The
adjusted releases are incorporated into the TRI industrial rankings data presented in the "Top
Industrial Dischargers of Toxic Pollutants" area of the Loading Tool.
EPA did not identify a removal specific to hydrogen sulfide in Table C-l in Appendix C
of the Technical Users Background Document for the DMR Pollutant Loading Tool; therefore, it
determined that the 2013 TRI hydrogen sulfide data reported for indirect releasing facilities do
not account for treatment occurring at POTWs.
Because hydrogen sulfide in water readily oxidizes to sulfates and is biologically
oxidized to elemental sulfur under low to neutral pH and well-aerated conditions (U.S. EPA,
1986, WHO, 2003), hydrogen sulfide removal rates at POTWs are likely to be substantial, which
would greatly reduce the amounts of hydrogen sulfide ultimately released to receiving waters.
Therefore, EPA determined it was necessary to identify a removal efficiency that it could apply
to the indirectly released hydrogen sulfide data reported in TRI, to account for hydrogen sulfide
removed at POTWs.
EPA reviewed data sources historically used to develop POTW removals to establish a
POTW removal rate for hydrogen sulfide. These data sources include:
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•	EPA's National Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL) Treatability
Database (U.S. EPA, 2004).
•	POTW data incorporated into recent ELGs.
•	POTW removals incorporated into EPA's Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics
(OPPT) Risk Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) model. (Note: EPA relies
on the RSEI model for POTW removals only in the absence of actual performance
data).
EPA has not made recent updates to the NRMRL Treatability Database, nor has EPA
promulgated any more recent ELGs that regulate the release of hydrogen sulfide; therefore, these
data sources did not provide any new information regarding POTW removals of hydrogen
sulfide.
The RSEI model primarily relies on POTW removals obtained from the NRMRL
Treatability Database, but also relies on Syracuse Research Corporation's (SRC's) Sewage
Treatment Plant Fugacity Model (STPWIN) for those chemicals not in the NRMRL Treatability
Database (U.S. EPA, 2013b). EPA did not identify any recent updates to the NRMRL
Treatability Database; therefore, EPA focused its investigation on POTW removal rates for
hydrogen sulfide that may be available in the STPWIN model.
EPA downloaded the latest version of SRC's STPWIN model (U.S. EPA, 2013b), which
is integrated into EPA's Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite12 (EPI Suite Version 4.11
(November 2012)). The EPI Suite is a suite of physical/chemical property and environmental fate
estimation programs developed by the EPA's OPPT and SRC. The STPWIN model in particular
predicts the removal of chemicals by typical activated sludge-based sewage treatment plants. The
Hydrogen Sulfide Releases Reported to the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) in 2013 memorandum
discusses the details of the STPWIN model (U.S. EPA, 2015c).
To estimate a hydrogen sulfide POTW removal, EPA entered the chemical properties for
hydrogen sulfide into the STPWIN and used the default option for the degradation half-life of
hydrogen sulfide, which provides a conservative removal rate. The resulting POTW removal for
hydrogen sulfide calculated by the STPWIN model is 98.64 percent.
To gather additional data on POTW removals of hydrogen sulfide and confirm the
POTW removal rate calculated by the STWPIN model, EPA contacted Lafayette Wastewater
Treatment Plant, in Lafayette, IN, a POTW that receives wastewaters from industrial facilities
reporting releases of hydrogen sulfide to TRI. EPA also contacted the City of Tolleson
Wastewater Treatment Plant, in Tolleson, AZ, which reported hydrogen sulfide discharges on its
DMR.
The Lafayette Wastewater Treatment Plant did not have any treatment data for hydrogen
sulfide and was not concerned about hydrogen sulfide loads received from industrial facilities
(Beeler, 2014). The City of Tolleson Wastewater Treatment Plant provided 2013 and 2014
hydrogen sulfide treatment data: raw influent hydrogen sulfide concentrations range from 0.23 -
0.742 mg/L, and the treated effluent concentrations are 0.01 mg/L or less (Tyler, 2014). These
12 See the EPI Suite - Estimation Program Interface for more information and to download the model.
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data indicate a hydrogen sulfide percent removal at the POTW ranging from 95.7 to 98.7 percent.
This suggests that EPA can reasonably apply the estimated removal rate of 98.64 percent
obtained from the STPWIN model to adjust the indirect releases of hydrogen sulfide reported to
TRI.
Thus, EPA applied a POTW removal rate of 98.64 percent to the hydrogen sulfide release
data reported to TRI in 2013 and used the adjusted releases in the development of the final 2015
point source category rankings. Table B-l in Appendix B lists the facilities with indirect
hydrogen sulfide releases adjusted to account for POTW removals. Incorporating the POTW
removal rate for the hydrogen sulfide releases reduces the total 2013 hydrogen sulfide TRI
TWPEto 19,500.
EPA evaluated the data quality associated with direct releases of hydrogen sulfide
reported to TRI in 2013 as part of its preliminary reviews, specifically for the Grain Mills, Meat
and Poultry Products, and Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard point source categories (see Sections 3.3,
3.6, and 3.11 of this report, respectively).
2.3 Generation of the Final 2015 Point Source Category Rankings
EPA incorporated the corrected data, discussed in Sections 2.2.1 and 2.2.2, into a set of
databases, DMRLTOutput2013 vl and TRILTOutput2013 vl, designed to preserve the integrity
of the data and subsequent analyses supporting the 2015 Annual Review. These databases are
static, while the Loading Tool is based on a dynamic dataset that can change over time. (For
example, evolving reporting requirements may affect the population of facilities reporting to
ICIS-NPDES and facilities may report data corrections as they are identified). Tables E-l and E-
2 in Appendix E present the TRI and DMR point source category rankings by TWPE from the
TRIOutput2013^vl and DMRLTOutput2013 vl databases, respectively. Additionally, Tables E-3
and E-4 in Appendix E present the six-digit NAICS code rankings by TWPE from
TRIOutput2013 vl and the four-digit SIC code rankings by TWPE from
DMRLTOutput2013^vl, respectively. Tables E-5 and E-6 in Appendix E present the chemical
rankings by TWPE from TRIOutput2013 vl and DMRLTOutput2013 vl, respectively.
To generate the final combined 2015 point source category rankings, EPA consolidated
the 2013 DMR and TRI point source category rankings into one dataset using the following
steps:
•	EPA combined the two lists of point source categories by adding each category's
DMRLTOutput2013- vl TWPE and TRILTOutput2013- vl TWPE.13
•	EPA ranked the point source categories based on the total DMRLTOutput2013- vl
and TRILTOutput2013- v 1 TWPE.
In addition, EPA eliminated from further consideration the results for the following:
13 Combining DMR and TRI loads may result in "double-counting" of chemical discharges if a facility reported to
both ICIS-NPDES and TRI, and "single-counting" of chemicals reported in only one of the data sources. Further,
the combined TWPE do not count chemicals that may be discharged but are not reported to ICIS-NPDES or TRI.
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•	Discharges from industrial categories for which EPA promulgated or revised ELGs
within the past seven years. See Section 2.3.1 for details on these categories.
•	Discharges from facilities that require a NPDES permit but do not fall into an existing
or new point source category or subcategory (e.g., Superfund sites). See Section 2.3.2
for details on these facilities.
The final combined 2015 point source category rankings represent the results of the 2015
TRA and are presented in Section 2.4.
2.3.1 Categories for Which EPA Has Recently Promulgated or Revised ELGs
In its 2015 TRA and subsequent preliminary category reviews, EPA did not consider
industrial categories for which ELGs were recently established or revised but are not yet fully
implemented. In general, EPA removes an industrial point source category from further
consideration during a review cycle if EPA established or revised the category's ELGs within
seven years of the annual reviews. This seven-year period allows time for the ELGs to be
incorporated into NPDES permits. Table 2-8 lists the categories EPA excluded from the 2015
Annual Review due to this seven-year period.
Table 2-8. Point Source Categories That Have Undergone Recent Rulemaking
40 CFR Part
Point Source Category
Date of Rulemaking
450
Construction and Development
December 1, 2009
Revised March 6, 2014
449
Airport Deicing
May 16, 2012
423
Steam Electric Power Generating
September 30, 2015
In addition, EPA did not consider in its 2015 TRA and subsequent preliminary category
reviews industrial categories or subcategories that are subjects of an ongoing rulemaking
process. These include the Canned and Preserved Seafood Category (covering the Alaskan
seafood processing subcategories), dental practices (specifically, relating to the discharge of
mercury found in dental amalgam), and the Oil and Gas Extraction Category, specifically
relating to the discharge of pollutants from unconventional oil and gas extraction facilities. See
Section 5 of the Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016) for details on the rulemaking status of
these categories.
Industrial categories or subcategories for which EPA had recently considered developing
or revising ELGs were not reviewed by EPA in its final 2015 point source category rankings and
TRA. This is because EPA thoroughly reviewed these categories separately from the annual
review process. This includes a subcategory of facilities that produce chlorine and chlorinated
hydrocarbons (CCH) that fall into the Organic Chemicals, Pesticides, and Synthetic Fibers (40
CFR Part 414) and Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 415) point source
categories. Similarly, EPA did not review coalbed methane extraction in the Oil and Gas
Extraction Category (40 CFR Part 435). See Section 5 of EPA's Final 2012 and Preliminary
2014 Effluent Guidelines Program Plans (U.S. EPA, 2014) for details on EPA's determinations
related to these categories.
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2.3.2 Discharges Not Categorizable
EPA identified some discharges that are not categorizable into existing or new point
source categories or subcategories. As part of the 2011 Annual Review, EPA reviewed high
TWPE discharges from a Superfund site (Auchterlonie, 2009; U.S. EPA, 2012). Direct
discharges from Superfund sites, whether made on site or off site, are subject to NPDES
permitting requirements (U.S. EPA, 1988a, 1988b). For the reasons discussed below, EPA
continued to determine that these discharges cannot be categorized into a single point source
category, and excluded these TWPE from the final 2015 point source category rankings.
EPA determined that discharges from Superfund sites are too varied to be categorized
into a single point source category. In particular, they vary by:
•	Contaminants (e.g., metals, pesticides, dioxin).
•	Treatment technologies (e.g., air stripping, granular activated carbon,
chemical/ultraviolet oxidation, aerobic biological reactors, chemical precipitation).
•	Types of facilities causing groundwater contamination (e.g., wood treatment
facilities, metal finishing and electroplating facilities, drum recycling facilities,
mines, mineral processing facilities, radium processing facilities).
•	In addition, the duration and volume of Superfund site direct discharges vary
significantly due to differences in aquifer characteristics and in the magnitude, fate,
and transport of contaminants through aquifers and vadose zones.
Currently, permit writers for Superfund sites determine technology-based effluent limits
using their best professional judgment. The permit must also call for more stringent effluent
limitations, if necessary, to comply with state water quality standards. EPA finds that the current
site-specific, best professional judgment approach is workable and flexible within the context of
a Superfund cleanup (U.S. EPA, 2012).
2.4 Results of the 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 2-9 presents the final 2015 combined point source category rankings that support
EPA's 2015 TRA and Annual Review. The data in the table take into account all corrections and
updates discussed in Sections 2.2.1 and 2.2.2. Table 2-9 also reflects the removal of any
categories and discharges, as discussed in Section 2.3. As described in Section 3, EPA used these
rankings to prioritize categories for further preliminary review.
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PSC
Code
430
NA
415
419
414
418
420
421
406
445
435
436
440
433
NA
410
432
458
437
NA
434
409
422
429
455
438
471
424
428
439
468
463
464
444
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Table 2-9. Final 2015 Combined Point Source Category Rankings
PSC Description
TRI TWPE
DMR TWPE
Total TWPE
Cumulative Percentage
of Total TWPE
Pulp, Paper and Paperboard
2,190,000
321,000
2,510,000
30.1%
Drinking Water Treatment
0
892,000
892,000
40.8%
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing"
794,000
94,200
;,ooo
51.4%
Petroleum Refining
419,000
242,000
661,000
59.4%
Organic Chemicals, Plastics and Synthetic Fibers"
333,000
301,000
634,000
67.0%
Fertilizer Manufacturing
,500
568,000
577,000
73.9%
Iron and Steel Manufacturing
84,600
188,000
273,000
77.2%
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
34,300
187,000
221,000
79.8%
Grain Mills
179,000
22,300
201,000
82.2%
Landfills
235
166,000
166,000
84.2%
Oil and Gas Extraction
0
163,000
163,000
86.2%
Mineral Mining and Processing
4,710
139,000
144,000
87.9%
Ore Mining and Dressing
82,700
57,700
140,000
89.6%
Metal Finishing
46,900
73,500
120,000
91.0%
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
5,030
105,000
110,000
92.3%
Textile Mills
2,210
89,500
91,700
93.4%
Meat and Poultry Products
81,500
;,220
89,700
94.5%
Carbon Black Manufacturing
63,800
0.0998
63,800
95.3%
Centralized Waste Treatment
2,720
59,700
62,400
96.0%
Unassigned Waste Facility
13,000
34,000
47,000
96.6%
Coal Mining
386
40,200
40,600
97.1%
Sugar Processing
406
32,500
32,900
97.5%
Phosphate Manufacturing
2,340
23,900
26,200
97.8%
Timber Products Processing
22,500
2,980
25,500
98.1%
Pesticide Chemicals
19,000
3,760
22,700
98.4%
Metal Products and Machinery
17,400
2,010
19,400
98.6%
Nonferrous Metals Forming and Metal Powders
12,300
1,070
13,400
98.8%
Ferroalloy Manufacturing
12,100
283
12,400
98.9%
Rubber Manufacturing
7,410
4,120
11,500
99.0%
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
2,670
6,500
9,170
99.2%
Copper Forming
5,840
2,440
;,280
99.3%
Plastics Molding and Forming
1,830
6,030
7,860
99.4%
Metal Molding and Casting (Foundries)
3,460
3,890
7,350
99.4%
Waste Combustors
7,210
7,300
99.5%
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Table 2-9. Final 2015 Combined Point Source Category Rankings
PSC
Code
PSC Description
TRI TWPE
DMR TWPE
Total TWPE
Cumulative Percentage
of Total TWPE
Rank
407
Canned and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables
Processing
5,340
660
6,000
99.6%
35
411
Cement Manufacturing
381
5,600
5,980
99.7%
36
405
Dairy Products Processing
4,270
481
4,750
99.7%
37
413
Electroplating
4,620
0
4,620
99.8%
38
469
Electrical and Electronic Components
3,030
171
3,200
99.8%
39
NA
Printing and Publishing
27.6
2,110
2,140
99.8%
40
425
Leather Tanning and Finishing
1,400
506
1,910
99.9%
41
451
Concentrated Aquatic Animal Production
0
1,530
1,530
99.9%
42
457
Explosives Manufacturing
1,130
386
1,520
99.9%
43
467
Aluminum Forming
857
657
1,510
99.9%
44
417
Soap and Detergent Manufacturing
1,260
148
1,410
99.9%
45
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
71.7
1,270
1,340
100.0%
46
461
Battery Manufacturing
934
227
1,160
100.0%
47
426
Glass Manufacturing
522
133
655
100.0%
48
NA
Independent and Stand Alone Labs
0
542
542
100.0%
49
460
Hospitals
0
536
536
100.0%
50
443
Paving and Roofing Materials (Tars and Asphalt)
190
93.6
283
100.0%
51
446
Paint Formulating
94.8
0.437
95.3
100.0%
52
454
Gum and Wood Chemicals Manufacturing
26.4
62.4
88.8
100.0%
53
465
Coil Coating
79.1
0.0925
79.2
100.0%
54
NA
Food Service Establishments
0
35.5
35.5
100.0%
55
447
Ink Formulating
19.6
0.0103
19.7
100.0%
56
466
Porcelain Enameling
7.82
0
7.82
100.0%
57
NA
Tobacco Products
5.32
0.167
5.48
100.0%
58
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations
0
1.49
1.49
100.0%
59
427
Asbestos Manufacturing
0
0.589
0.589
100.0%
60
NA
Industrial Laundries
0
0
0
100.0%
61
Total
4,480,000
3,860,000
8,340,000


Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl and TRJLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a The Organic Chemicals, Pesticides, and Synthetic Fibers and Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing point source categories do not include discharges from
facilities that produce chlorine and chlorinated hydrocarbons because EPA recently reviewed this category separately from the annual review process.
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2.5 References for EPA's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
1.	Akhavein, Keisha. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Keisha
Akhavein, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and Kimberly Bartell,
Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR TCDD Discharges for Koppers Inc.
(November 7). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08213.
2.	Allocco, Marcia. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Marcia
Allocco, North Carolina Department of Environmental and Natural Resources and
Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Cyanide
Discharges for ALCOA in Badin, NC. (November 14). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08214.
3.	Anderson, Jason. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication between Jason
Anderson, SMR Environmental Services, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research
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(February 12). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08215.
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Verification of magnitude and basis of estimate for dioxin and dioxin-like
compounds discharges in PCS. (March 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-0076.
6.	Beeler, Brian. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Brian Beeler,
Lafayette WWTP, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges atPOTWs. (December 19). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08217.
7.	Brewer, Steve. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Steve Brewer,
Valero Refining Co., and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges for Valero Refining in Memphis, TN. (December
22). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08218.
8.	Camarena, Celina. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication between Celina
Camarena, U.S. Ecology Texas Inc., and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research
Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Discharges for U.S. Ecology Texas Inc., Robstown,
TX. (February 18). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08219.
9.	Dirks, Kim. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Kim Dirks,
Tyson Fresh Meats, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges for Tyson Fresh Meats in Hillsdale, IL.
(December 22). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08220.
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Clean Water Regulations Programmatic Quality Assurance Project Plan (PQAPP).
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Tesoro Refining, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges for Tesoro Refining in Salt Lake City, UT.
(December 22). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08221.
12.	LA DEQ. 2015. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. Document
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13.	Murphy, Susan. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Susan
Murphy, Smithfield Farmland Corp., and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research
Group, Inc., Re: 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges for Smithfield Farmland
Corp in Denison, IA. (December 22). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08222.
14.	OMB. 1987. Office of Management and Budget. Standard Industrial Classification
Manual. Washington, D.C. (Unknown). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517.
15.	Parker, Andrew. 2013. Telephone and Email Communication between Andrew
Parker, Honeywell International Inc., and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research
Group, Inc., Re: 2011 DMR Discharges for Honeywell International. (December
13). EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-0031.
16.	Prigge, John. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between John Prigge, JR
Simplot, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 TRI
Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges for JR Simplot in Grand Forks, ND. (December 22).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08223.
17.	Resolute FP. 2012. Resolute Forest Products. Legal Entity Name Changes. (May
23). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08200.
18.	Sappington, Amanda. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between
Amanda Sappington, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and Kimberly
Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Silver/Selenium Discharges
for Black Oak Landfill. (November 14). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08224.
19.	Schwartz, Jerry, and Paul Wiegand. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication
between Jerry Schwartz, American Forest and Paper Association, Paul Wiegand,
National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern
Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR and TRI Pulp and Paper Discharges.
(December). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08201.
20.	Self, Gina. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Gina Self,
Montana Department of Environmental Quality, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern
Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Arsenic Discharges for Decker Coal Co.
(November 14). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08225.
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21.	Smith, Patrick. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Patrick Smith,
Mountain State Carbon, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 TRIPAC Discharges for Mountain State Carbon. (December 23). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08226.
22.	Stanton, Neil. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication between Neil Stanton,
Ergon West Virginia and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc. Re: 2013
DMR Sulfide Discharges. (February 27). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08227.
23.	Thiele, Rhonda. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication between Rhonda
Thiele, Utah Department of Environmental Quality and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern
Research Group, Inc. Re: 2013 DMR Discharges for United Park City Mines Co.,
Park City, UT. (February 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08228.
24.	Tyler, David. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between David Tyler,
Tolleson WWTP, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges atPOTWs. (December 19). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08229.
25.	U.S. EPA. 1986. Quality Criteria for Water. Washington, D.C. (May). EPA-HQ-
OW-2004-0032-2619.
26.	U.S. EPA. 1988a. CERCLA Compliance with Other Laws Manual: Interim Final.
OSWER Publication 9234.1-01. Washington, D.C. (August). Available online at:
http://nepis.epa.aov/Exe/ZyPDF.cu
EPA-540-G-89-006.
27.	U.S. EPA. 1988b. Guidance on Remedial Actions for Contaminated Ground Water
at SuperfundSites. OSWER Directive 9283.1-2. (December). Available online at:
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EPA-540-G-88-003.
28.	U.S. EPA. 2000. EPCRA Section 313 Guidance for Reporting Toxic Chemicals
Within the Dioxins and Dioxin-Like Compounds Category. EPA-745-B-00-021.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-HQ-OW-2003-0074-1150.
29.	U.S. EPA. 2004. Office of Research and Development. NRMRL Treatability Data
Base, Version 5.0 (EPA 600/C-93/003a). Cincinnati, OH. (February). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08230.
30.	U.S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. EPA-821-R-07-007. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-
HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
31.	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, D.C. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-0515.
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32.	U.S. EPA. 2010. U.S. EPA NPDES Permit Writers' Manual. Washington, D.C.
(September). EPA-833-K-10-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0236.
33.	U.S. EPA. 2011. Preliminary Study of Carbon Disulfide Discharges from Cellulose
Products Manufacturers. Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-11-009. EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08182.
34.	U.S. EPA. 2012a. Technical Users Background Document for the Discharge
Monitoring Report (DMR) Pollutant Loading Tool. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-0058.
35.	U.S. EPA. 2012b. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
36.	U.S. EPA. 2012c. Toxic Weighting Factors Methodology. Washington, D.C.
(March). EPA-820-R-12-005. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0004.
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Documentation vl2. Washington, D.C. (July 11). EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-0063.
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Methodology. Washington, D.C. (July). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08231.
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Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
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Plans. Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-820-R-14-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-
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Online. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08236.
42.	U.S. EPA. 2015b. Is My Facility's Six-Digit NAICS Code a TRI-Covered Industry?
Toxics Release Inventory Program. Washington, D.C. (February 3). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08237.
43.	U.S. EPA. 2015c. Memorandum from William Swietlik, U.S. EPA, to Public
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Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) in 2013. (October 29). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
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46. Williams, Bill. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Bill Williams,
Graftech International and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 DMR Arsenic Discharges. (December 17). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
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3.1—Prioritization of Categories for Preliminary Category Review
3. EPA's 2015 Preliminary Category Reviews
Based on its toxicity rankings analysis (TRA) described in Section 2, EPA was able to
prioritize for further review those industrial categories whose pollutant discharges potentially
pose the greatest hazards to human health or the environment because of their toxicity. To
identify these industrial categories, EPA calculated each industrial category's percent of the total
toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE). As shown in Table 2-9, EPA identified and focused
its preliminary category reviews on the 18 industrial categories that collectively discharge over
95 percent of the total TWPE.
EPA documented the quality of the data supporting its preliminary review of these
industrial categories, analyzed how the data could be used to characterize the industrial
wastewater discharges, and prioritized the findings for further review. See Appendix A of this
report for more information on data usability and quality of the data sources supporting these
reviews.
3.1 Prioritization of Categories for Preliminary Category Review
EPA excluded Petroleum Refining (40 CFR Part 419) and Metal Finishing (40 CFR Part
433) from further preliminary category review because it is currently conducting ongoing
detailed and preliminary studies of these categories, respectively, as announced in the Final 2014
Effluent Guidelines Program Plan (U.S. EPA, 2015).
Based on its knowledge of the annual review process; data from the Integrated
Compliance Information System for the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (ICIS-
NPDES), and the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI); and historical data changes, EPA determined
that five of the remaining 16 categories did not warrant a detailed preliminary category review as
part of the 2015 Annual Review. For these five categories, many of which have been reviewed in
detail in prior annual reviews, EPA found that one facility accounts for the majority of the
category TWPE. From data available for the 2015 Annual Review, EPA determined that the
discharges from that facility either are the result of an easily identifiable error or do not represent
the category. These industrial categories, and the reasons for excluding them from further
preliminary review, are briefly discussed in Sections 3.1.1 through 3.1.5, below.
For each of the remaining 11 categories (of the top 18 that collectively discharge over 95
percent of the total TWPE), EPA did not initially identify obvious data entry errors and/or
determined that the TWPE was attributed to multiple pollutants and facilities. Therefore, EPA
completed a preliminary review for these categories to determine whether the discharges warrant
further review and study and/or possible revisions to the effluent limitations guidelines and
standards. The findings from EPA's preliminary category reviews are discussed in the following
subsections of this report. The 11 industrial categories identified for detailed preliminary
category reviews are listed below and discussed in Sections 3.2 through 3.12:
•	Carbon Black Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 458)
•	Grain Mills (40 CFR Part 406)
•	Iron and Steel Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 420)
•	Landfills (40 CFR Part 445)
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3.1—Prioritization of Categories for Preliminary Category Review
•	Meat and Poultry Products (40 CFR Part 432)
•	Mineral Mining and Processing (40 CFR Part 436)
•	Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 421)
•	Ore Mining and Dressing (40 CFR Part 440)
•	Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers (40 CFR Part 414)
•	Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (40 CFR Part 430)
•	Textile Mills (40 CFR Part 410)
3.1.1	Drinking Water Treatment (potential new category)
The Drinking Water Treatment (DWT) Category total TWPE is composed entirely of
2013 discharge monitoring report (DMR) discharges. The 2013 DMR top pollutant is total
residual chlorine. EPA identified one facility, Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort in St. Thomas, VI,
which accounts for over 80 percent of the 2013 DMR total residual chlorine TWPE for the DWT
Category. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA Region 2 confirmed Wyndham Sugar Bay
Resort's total residual chlorine discharges. The 2013 DMR total residual chlorine data is above
the facility's permit limits. Additionally, the facility has submitted intermittent total residual
chlorine DMR discharge data from 2010 through 2013. The EPA Region 2 contact stated that
data from all facilities in the Virgin Islands is historically incomplete (Louis, 2015). EPA
determined that the data do not support the need to review further the DWT Category.
3.1.2	Fertilizer Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 418)
The Fertilizer Manufacturing Category total TWPE is composed almost entirely of DMR
discharges, and the top 2013 DMR pollutant is fluoride. EPA identified one facility, Mosaic
Fertilizer LLC, in Uncle Sam, LA, which accounts for 89 percent of the 2013 DMR fluoride
TWPE for the Fertilizer Manufacturing Category. Mosaic Fertilizer LLC is a phosphate fertilizer
manufacturer. Phosphate fertilizer manufacturers are subject to 40 CFR Part 418 Subpart A,
"Phosphate Subcategory." The facility was reviewed as part of the 2010, 2011, and 2013 Annual
Reviews. During those reviews, EPA determined that, in accordance with 40 CFR Part 418, the
facility is exempt from Subpart A and that permit limits are based on facility-specific permitting
(U.S. EPA 2011, 2012, 2014). Further, fluoride discharges for the facility have decreased from
discharge years 2011 to 2013 (534,000 TWPE in 2011, 490,000 TWPE in 2013). Therefore, EPA
makes a similar finding as previous annual reviews: Mosaic Fertilizer LLC does not represent the
Fertilizer Category because it is exempt from 40 CFR Part 418 (see 52 FR 28428, July 29, 1987).
EPA determined that the data do not support the need to review further the Fertilizer
Manufacturing Category.
3.1.3	Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 415)
For the Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing (Inorganic Chemicals) Category, the 2013
TRI TWPE accounts for 89 percent of the combined DMR and TRI TWPE. As a result, EPA
focused on 2013 TRI data. The top 2013 TRI pollutant is cadmium and cadmium compounds.
EPA determined that one facility, PCS Nitrogen Fertilizer LP, in Geismar, LA, accounts for over
99 percent of the 2013 TRI cadmium and cadmium compounds TWPE for the Inorganic
Chemicals Category. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the facility. The
facility contact confirmed the 2013 TRI cadmium and cadmium compound releases and stated
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that the source of the metals in the wastewater was from the raw materials used in the phosphoric
acid production processes, which contain low levels of naturally occurring metals. For one of
three outfalls, the facility estimates cadmium and cadmium compound releases using monthly
concentrations multiplied by the annual flow. This outfall comprises the majority of the TRI
cadmium and cadmium compound releases reported to TRI and consists of inactive storage pile
runoff and excess stormwater runoff. For the other two outfalls, the facility bases estimations on
historical concentrations multiplied by the annual flow. All three of the outfalls used in
determining the cadmium and cadmium compound releases to TRI are internal outfalls (Hopper,
2014). The facility has a NPDES permit, with cadmium monitoring only requirements for one of
the internal outfalls only. Since the cadmium and cadmium compound releases from PCS
Nitrogen Fertilizer are from internal outfalls, they are not accounted for in the facility's DMR
loadings. The facility is in the process of obtaining a revised permit. EPA determined that the
data do not represent the Inorganic Chemicals Category.
3.1.4	Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages (potential new category)
The Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages Category total TWPE is composed almost
entirely of DMR discharges and the top 2013 DMR pollutant is sulfide. EPA identified one
facility, Bacardi Corporation, in Catano, PR, which accounts for over 97 percent of the 2013
DMR sulfide TWPE for the Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages Category. EPA previously
reviewed sulfide discharges from Bacardi Corporation as part of the 2010 Annual Review. At
that time, EPA determined that the facility's sulfide discharges were unique to the facility and
certain pollutants, such as sulfide, are discharged below permit limits and combined with waste
streams from adjacent wastewater treatment plants prior to reaching surface water (U.S. EPA,
2011). As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA Region 2 confirmed Bacardi Corporation's
2013 DMR sulfide discharges. The EPA Region 2 contact also stated that the facility's
wastewater treatment and permit limits have not changed in recent years and the sulfide
concentrations result from molasses used to make rum (Lantner, 2015). The 2013 DMR sulfide
discharges meet the facility's permit limits. For these reasons, EPA determined that the sulfide
discharges from Bacardi Corporation are unique to the facility and do not represent the
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages Category.
3.1.5	Oil and Gas Extraction (40 CFR Part 435)
For the Oil and Gas Extraction (Oil and Gas) Category, the 2013 DMR TWPE accounts
for 100 percent of the combined DMR and TRI TWPE. As a result, EPA focused on 2013 DMR
data. The top 2013 DMR pollutant is sulfide, accounting for over 93 percent of the total DMR
TWPE for the Oil and Gas Category. EPA determined that one facility, Maverick Spring, in
Cody, WY, accounts for over 99 percent of the 2013 DMR sulfide TWPE. EPA determined that
this facility is a conventional oil and gas extraction facility, and therefore, further reviewed the
facility as part of the 2015 Annual Review.14 The facility discharges sulfide from outfall 001; the
facility's NPDES permit includes monitoring only requirements for sulfide from outfall 001. As
part of the 2015 Annual Review, Region 8 confirmed Maverick Spring's 2013 DMR sulfide
14 EPA recently reviewed coal bed methane facilities separately from the annual review process. Additionally, EPA
is currently engaged in a rulemaking process for unconventional oil and gas extraction facilities. Therefore, coal
bed methane and unconventional oil and gas extraction facilities were not further reviewed in EPA's review of
the Oil and Gas Extraction Category.
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discharges and indicated that the facility's permit is currently under revision (Lozano, 2014).
Additionally, Maverick Spring's sulfide discharges have increased from 2011 to 2013. EPA
determined that the data do not support the need to further review the Oil and Gas Extraction
Category.
3.1.6 References for the Prioritization of Categories for Preliminary Category Review
1. Hopper, Cecil. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between Cecil
Hopper, PCS Nitrogen Fertilizer LP, and Eva Knoth, Eastern Research Group,
Inc., Re: 2013 TRI Surface Water Releases. (December 12). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08238.
2.	Lantner, Murray. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication between Murray
Lantner, EPA Region 2, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 DMR Discharges for Bacardi Corp. (February 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08239.
3.	Louis, Nestor. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication between Nestor Louis,
EPA Region 2, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
DMR Discharges for Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort. (February 13). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08240.
4.	Lozano, VelRey. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication between VelRey
Lozano, EPA Region 8, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 DMR Sulfide Discharges for Maverick Spring in Cody WY. (December 18).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08241.
5.	U. S. EPA. 2011. Technical Support Document for the 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA 820-R-10-021. EPA-HQ-OW-
2008-0517-0618.
6.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
7.	U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA 821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
8.	U.S. EPA. 2015. Final 2014 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan. Washington,
D.C. (July). EPA-821-R-15-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-0210.
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3.2 Carbon Black Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 458)
EPA identified the Carbon Black Manufacturing (Carbon Black) Category for
preliminary review because it ranks high, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE),
in the final 2015 combined point source category rankings. EPA has not completed a preliminary
category review of the Carbon Black Category as part of recent annual reviews because it has not
historically been a category that collectively contributed to the top 95 percent of the total TWPE
in the point source category rankings. However, EPA has reviewed and made data corrections for
facility-specific discharges as part of previous toxicity rankings analyses (TRA). This section
summarizes the results of the 2015 Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015 review on discharges
of polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs) because of their high TWPE relative to the other
pollutants discharged by facilities in the Carbon Black Category.
3.2.1 Carbon Black Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-1 compares the TRA data for the Carbon Black Category from the 2011, 2013,
and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in 2012 or 2014, but instead reviewed
additional data sources as part of the even-year annual review, as described in Section 2.2.1 of
EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). As discussed in this section, during the 2015
Annual Review, EPA identified a data correction that affected the 2013 Toxic Release Inventory
(TRI) data and TWPE. The bottom row of Table 3-1 shows the corrected data resulting from this
review.
Table 3-1. Carbon Black Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013


('iii'l)on liliick ('silicon l';icilil\ Con ills'1
Ciii'hoii ISIiick ('silicon TWIT.



loliil l)MK
Tul;il DMR



Ye.ir of
Yc;ir of
Toliil TRI
Msijor
Minor

DMR

Dischiiriic
Rc\ ic'w
l-'iicililios
Incililk'N
l-'iicililios
TRI IWI'l.1'
i w pi;
Toliil T\\ PI.
2009
2011
5
0
3
62,300
65.9
62,400
2011
2013
4
0
1
27,900
0.2
27,900
2013
2015
3
0
1
63,800d
0.1
63,800d
38,500e
38,500e
Sources: DMRLoads2009_v2 (for 2009 DMR); TRlReleases2009jv2 (for 2009 TRI); DMRLTOutput2011 _vl (for
2011 DMR); TRlLTOutput2011 vl (for 2011 TRI); DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRlLTOutput2011_v3
(for 2013 TRI).
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
a Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals.
0 Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
d 2013 data prior to corrections made during the 2015 Annual Review.
e 2013 data after corrections were made during the 2015 Annual Review.
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As shown in Table 3-1, the TWPE for TRI decreased from 2009 to 2011 and then
increased from 2011 to 2013, even while the number of facilities reporting has dropped. The
increase in TRI TWPE is primarily due to releases from facilities described in the sections
below.
3.2.2 Carbon Black Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Carbon Black Category focused on 2013 TRI releases because
the TRI data dominate the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-2 shows the five pollutants with
the highest contribution to the 2013 TRI TWPE. Table 3-2 also presents the 2013 TRI TWPE
after EPA corrected errors identified in this preliminary category review (discussed in the
sections below). As a point of comparison, Table 3-2 shows the 2011 TRI facility count and
TWPE for these top five pollutants, based on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014).
PACs contribute more than 99 percent of the original 2013 TRI TWPE for the Carbon
Black Category (prior to corrections discussed below). Section 3.2.3 presents EPA's
investigations of reported releases of this top pollutant. EPA did not investigate the other
pollutants as part of the 2015 Annual Review because they represent a small percentage
(approximately 0.01 percent) of the 2013 TRI TWPE for the Carbon Black Category.
Table 3-2. Carbon Black Category Top TRI Pollutants
Polliilanr'
2013 TRI Dala
2011 TRI Dala
Number of l-'acililics
Reporting Polliilanl1'
Original
T\\ IT.
( orrcck'd
TWIT.
NiiiiiIht of l acililies
Reporting Polliilanl1'
TW IT.
PACs
3
63,800
38,500
3
27,900
Anthracene
1
4.57
4.57
1
2.79
Phenanthrene
1
0.522
0.522
1
0.319
Lead and Lead
Compounds
2
0.259
0.259
3
0.517
Mercury and Mercury
Compounds
1
0.012
0.012
1
0.012
Carbon Black
Category Total0
3
63,800
38,500
4
27,900
Sources: TRlLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 TRI TWPE); TRlLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI TWPE)
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a Anthracene, phenanthrene, lead and lead compounds, and mercury and mercury compounds combined
contribute less than 0.01 percent of the original 2013 category TRI TWPE. Therefore, EPA did not review any
of these releases as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
b Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
0 The Carbon Black Category has water releases for only five pollutants in the 2013 TRI.
3.2.3 Carbon Black PAC Discharges in TRI
EPA's investigation of the PAC releases revealed that two facilities, GrafTech
International Holdings, Inc. in Columbia, TN, and Cabot Corporation Canal Plant in Franklin,
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LA15, account for 99 percent of the 2013 TRIPAC releases (shown in Table 3-3). Only three
facilities have 2013 TRI PAC releases; the other is Cabot Corporation in Ville Platte, LA, which
EPA did not investigate as part of the 2015 Annual Review because it contributes only 0.03
percent of the PAC TWPE in the Carbon Black Category.
Table 3-3. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI PAC Releases
l-'acilil> Name
l-'acilil.t
locution
Pounds of
Polliilani
Released
Polliilani
T\\ IT.
Percenl of
( alosion TWIT.
GrafTech International Holdings, Inc.
Columbia, TN
394
39,700
62.1%
Cabot Corporation Canal Plant
Franklin, LA
240
24,100
37.8%
Cabot Corporation Ville Platte Plant
Ville Platte, LA
0.16
16.1
0.03%
Total
634
63,800
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
GrafTech International Holdings, Inc.
GrafTech International Holdings (GrafTech) in Columbia, TN, manufactures advanced
graphite materials and refractory products. As part of its TRA data review and outlier correction
process supporting the 2010, 2011, and 2013 Annual Reviews, EPA reviewed PAC releases from
GrafTech. The corrections to the outlier data for this facility has historically dropped the
category TWPE out of the top 95 percent (U.S. EPA, 2011, 2012, 2014). As discussed in the
2010 Annual Review Report, EPA contacted the facility to confirm PAC releases. The facility
contact confirmed the PAC releases, provided sampling data, and explained that the facility
estimates the release using the flow and the concentration of PACs in the total suspended solids
(TSS) present in the wastewater (U.S. EPA, 2011).
In TRI, facilities report PAC releases as a class, not individual compounds. EPA
estimates TWPE for PACs using the toxic weighting factor (TWF) for benzo(a)pyrene (100.66),
the highest TWF associated with a PAC. Because the TWF for benzo(a)pyrene is higher than that
for any other PAC, this represents a worst-case scenario. For PAC releases that are not composed
completely of benzo(a)pyrene, this method overestimates the relative toxicity of the releases.
Based on the monitoring data provided by the facility in 2010, EPA identified the specific PACs
discharged and calculated a facility-specific TWF (Aslinger, 2010). As part of the TRA
supporting the 2010, 2011, and 2013 Annual Reviews, EPA revised GrafTech's PAC releases to
reflect their facility-specific TWF. Table 3-4 presents the original and corrected and TWPE used
to support those annual reviews (U.S. EPA, 2011, 2012, 2014).
EPA contacted GrafTech as part of the 2015 Annual Review to confirm their 2013
discharges. The facility contact confirmed the 2013 PAC release and explained that the facility
continues to estimate their PAC load by using the flow and process knowledge of the
concentration of PACs in the TSS present in the wastewater. The facility contact also stated that
15 Data sources list Cabot Corporation Canal Plant (TRI ID: 70583CBTCRSTATE, NPDES ID: LA000182) in
either Franklin, LA or Centerville, LA. The cities are next to each other. The 2015 Annual Review Report lists
the city as Franklin, LA because the company website lists the facility address at this location.
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there was an increase in production from 2012 to 2013 (Philpot, 2015). Because the facility
continues to calculate the PAC discharge using the same methods and monitoring data, EPA
revised the 2013 releases to reflect the facility-specific TWF. Incorporating the facility-specific
TWF decreases the 2013 PAC TWPE from 39,700 to 14,300.
Table 3-4. GrafTech PAC TRI Releases for 2008 - 2013
Year of Discharge
Original PAC Pounds Discharged
Original PAC TWPE
Corrected PAC TWPE
2008
1,090
110,000
8,950
2009
446
44,900
16,200
2011
371
37,300
13,500
2013
394
39,700
14,300
Source: U.S. EPA, 2011, U.S. EPA, 2012, U.S. EPA 2014, DMR Pollutant Loading Tool.
Cabot Corporation Canal Plant
Cabot Corporation Canal Plant (Cabot) in Franklin, LA, manufactures specialty
chemicals and performance materials. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the
facility about its PAC releases. The facility contact explained that the facility estimates the PAC
release based off the concentration of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the feedstock
oil (removing anthracene and phenanthrene, which are not PACs) and the amount of wastewater
used for the process. The facility adds in an estimate of solids based on process knowledge to
reach a total amount of PACs discharged for the year (Longon, 2015). Although the facility uses
process knowledge to determine the concentration of PACs in the feedstock oil, there is a
potential for overestimation. Table 3-5 presents Cabot's PAC discharge data for the years 2007
through 2013. As shown, the discharges have fluctuated since 2007, with spikes in 2010 and
2013. The facility contact stated that an increase in production led to the increased discharges.
Table 3-5. Cabot PAC TRI Releases for 2007 - 2013
Year of Discharge
Pounds of PACs Released
PAC TWPE
2007
178
17,900
2008
168
16,900
2009
149
14,900
2010
233
23,500
2011
142
14,300
2012
147
14,800
2013
240
24,100
Source: DMR Loading Tool
3.2.4 Carbon Black Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Carbon Black Category discharges resulted primarily from
PAC releases reported to TRI. From the 2015 Annual Review, EPA found:
• One facility, GrafTech International Holdings, Inc., in Columbia, TN, contributed 62
percent of the category's 2013 TRI PAC releases. EPA contacted the facility as part
of the 2015 Annual Review; the facility confirmed the releases and estimation
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method. EPA revised the 2013 releases to reflect a facility-specific TWF to account
for toxicity of specific the PACs discharged, which reduced the facility's TRI PAC
TWPE from 39,700 to 14,300.
•	One facility, Cabot Corporation Canal Plant, in Franklin, LA, contributed 38 percent
of the category's 2013 TRI PAC releases. EPA contacted the facility as part of the
2015 Annual Review; the facility confirmed the release and explained that increases
in production led to increased releases, however, the facility also indicated that the
estimation methodology may overestimate PAC discharges.
•	EPA identified that only two facilities accounted for 99 percent of the PAC TWPE for
the Carbon Black Category. After applying a facility-specific TWF for GrafTech the
2013 Carbon Black Category TWPE decreased from 63,800 to 38,500. This change
would drop the category outside the top 95 percent that EPA prioritized for
preliminary review as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
3.2.5 Carbon Black Category References
1.	Aslinger, Julia. 2010. Notes from E-mail Communication between Julia Aslinger,
Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health, LLC, and Elizabeth Sabol,
Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: PAC Discharge Summary. (March 22). EPA-
HQ-OW-2008-0517-0745.
2.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review and Revised
Calculations for Point Source Category - 458 - Carbon Black Manufacturing.
(September). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08122.
3.	Longon, Scott. 2015. Telephone Communication between Scott Longon, Cabot
Corporation Canal Plant, and Kara Edquist, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 TRI PAC Discharges for Cabot Corporation's Canal Plant, Franklin, LA.
(April 14). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08123.
4.	Philpot, Beverley. 2015. Telephone Communication between Beverley Philpot,
Graftech International Holdings, Inc., and Kara Edquist, Eastern Research Group,
Inc., Re: 2013 TRI PAC Discharges for Graftech International Holdings, Inc.,
Columbia, TN. (April 14). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08124.
5.	U. S. EPA. 2011. Technical Support Document for the 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-820-R-10-021. EPA-HQ-OW-
2008-0517-0618.
6.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
7.	U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
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8. U.S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
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3.3 Grain Mills (40 CFR Part 406)
EPA identified the Grain Mills Category for preliminary review because it ranks high, in
terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE), in the final 2015 combined point source
category rankings. EPA has not completed a preliminary category review of the Grain Mills
Category as part of recent annual reviews because it has not historically been a category that
collectively contributed to the top 95 percent of the total TWPE in the point source category
rankings. This section summarizes the results of the 2015 Annual Review. Hydrogen sulfide was
added as a Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting requirement in 2012. As a result, in 2013,
hydrogen sulfide contributed a substantial amount of TWPE for the category. Therefore, for the
2015 Annual Review, EPA focused its review on discharges of hydrogen sulfide because of the
high TWPE relative to the other pollutants discharged by facilities in the Grain Mills Category.
3.3.1 Grain Mills Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-6 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the Grain Mills
Category from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in
2012 or 2014, but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual
review, as described in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). During
the 2015 Annual Review, EPA did not identify any data corrections to the 2013 Discharge
Monitoring Report (DMR) and TRI discharge data for the Grain Mills Category.
Table 3-6. Grain Mills Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported
in 2009, 2011, and 2013
Ye.ir of
Dischiiriic
Yesirof
Ro\ ic'\\
(ii'iiin Mills Csilcgon l';icili(\ Counls'1
(ii'iiin Mills ( ;ilc»on 1 \\ IT.
Toliil TRI
l-'iicililios
loliil l)MK
Mii.jor
l-'iicililios
loliil DMR
Minor
l-'iicililios
TRI
1 w pi-:1*
dmktwim:1
loliil
iwpi:
2009
2011
32
10
13
6,190
2,900
9,090
2011
2013
23
7
18
10,500
2,810
13,300
2013
2015
31
5
15
179,000
22,300
201,000
Sources: TRlReleases2009jv2; DMRLoads2009_v2 (for 2009 TRI and DMR); TRlLTOutput2011 _W;
DMRLTOutput201 l_vl (for 2011 TRI and DMR); TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI
and DMR).
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
a Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals. The 2013 TRI TWPE also includes TWPE associated with reported releases of hydrogen
sulfide. Facilities began reporting releases of hydrogen sulfide to TRI in 2012.
0 Includes DMR discharges from both major and minor dischargers.
As shown in Table 3-6, the total TWPE increased slightly from 2009 to 2011 and
substantially from 2011 to 2013. This substantial increase was driven by releases of hydrogen
sulfide reported to TRI, discussed in the sections below. The number of facilities reporting to
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TRI decreased from 2009 to 2011, but rose again in 2013. The total number of DMR facilities,
both major and minor, declined slightly from 2009 to 2013.
3.3.2 Grain Mills Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Grain Mills Category focused on the 2013 TRI releases
because the TRI data dominate the category's combined TWPE. EPA did not focus on 2013
DMR discharges, however, the increase in DMR TWPE from 2011 to 2013 is attributed to an
outlier flow during August 2013 from one facility, which was subsequently corrected in the
source data after EPA finalized the 2015 combined point source category rankings. Table 3-7
shows the five pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 TRI TWPE. As a point of
comparison, Table 3-7 also shows the 2011 TRI facility count and TWPE for these top
pollutants, based on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014). Hydrogen sulfide contributes
over 98 percent of the total 2013 TRI TWPE. Because hydrogen sulfide was added as a TRI
reporting requirement in 2012, no hydrogen sulfide releases were reported in 2011. EPA's
investigations of reported releases of hydrogen sulfide are presented in Sections 3.3.3 and 3.3.4.
EPA did not investigate the other pollutants as part of the 2015 Annual Review, because they
represent a small percentage (less than 2 percent) of the 2013 TRI TWPE for the Grain Mills
Category.
Table 3-7. Grain Mills Category Top TRI Pollutants

2013 TRI Dala
2011 TRI Dala
Pollulanr'
Number of l-'aeililies
Reporting Pollulanl1'
t\\ pi-
NiiiiiIht of l-'aeililies
Reporting Pollulanl1'
T\\ PI.
Hydrogen Sulfide
7
rn,ooo
NA°
NA°
Nitrate Compounds
13
1,100
11
1,640
Ammonia
8
416
8
391
Ethylene Glycol
3
141
2
331
Lead and Lead Compounds
3
141
4
473
Top Pollutant Total
NA
179,000
NA
2,840
Grain Mills Category Total
31
179,000
23
10,500
Sources: TRJLTOutput2011 _vl; TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
" Nitrate compounds, ammonia, ethylene glycol, and lead and lead compounds releases combined contribute less
than 2 percent of the 2013 category TRI TWPE. Therefore, EPA did not review any of these releases as part of
the 2015 Annual Review.
b Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
0 Hydrogen sulfide was added as a TRI reporting requirement in 2012 it was not a TRI-listed chemical in 2011.
3.3.3 Hydrogen Sulfide Background
As described in Section 2.2.2.1 of this report, facilities were required to report releases of
hydrogen sulfide to TRI beginning in 2012. EPA did not perform a TRA in 2014; therefore, EPA
is reviewing TRI reported hydrogen sulfide water releases for the first time as part of the 2015
Annual Review. Hydrogen sulfide is a biologically active compound that is found primarily as an
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anaerobic degradation product of both organic sulfur compounds and inorganic sulfates. Sulfides
are constituents of many industrial wastes such as those from farming, food processors,
tanneries, paper mills, chemical plants, and gas works. The anaerobic decomposition of sewage,
sludge beds, algae, and other naturally deposited organic material is a major source of hydrogen
sulfide (U.S. EPA, 1986). Discharges from these and other activities can release hydrogen
sulfide to receiving waters (ATSDR, 2014).
Hydrogen sulfide is a soluble, colorless, highly poisonous, gaseous compound having the
characteristic odor of rotten eggs. When soluble sulfides are added to water, they react with
hydrogen ions to form the hydrosulfide ion (HS") and hydrogen sulfide (H2S), the proportion of
each depending on pH. The toxicity of sulfides derives primarily from hydrogen sulfide rather
than from the hydrosulfide or sulfide ions. At pH 9, approximately 99 percent of the sulfide is in
the form of HS"; at pH 7 the sulfide is equally divided between HS" and H2S; and at pH 5 about
99 percent of the sulfide is present in the form of H2S (U.S. EPA, 1986). In well aerated water,
hydrogen sulfide is readily oxidized to sulfates and biologically oxidized to elemental sulfur.
Under anaerobic conditions, microbial reduction of sulfate to sulfide can occur (WHO, 2003).
3.3.4 Grain Mills Category Hydrogen Sulfide Releases in TRI
EPA's investigation of the hydrogen sulfide data revealed that one facility, Cargill, Inc.,
Wet Corn Milling in Wahpeton, ND, accounts for over 98 percent of the hydrogen sulfide
releases reported to TRI in 2013 (shown in Table 3-8). EPA did not investigate the remaining
facilities reporting releases of hydrogen sulfide as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-8. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Releases
l-'acilil\ N;mih'
l-'acilil>
Locution
Pounds of
Polliiianl
Uck'iisod
Polliiliinl
T\\ IT.
Poivonl of
CsiU-Sion TWIT.
Cargill, Inc., Wet Corn Milling
Wahpeton, ND
62,500
175,000
98.8%
All other hydrogen sulfide releases in the Grain Mills
Category3
776
2,170
1.2%
Total
63,200
177,000
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Six additional facilities reported hydrogen sulfide releases in the 2013 TRI.
Cargill, Inc., Wet Corn Milling in Wahpeton, ND, manufactures high fructose corn syrup.
EPA contacted the facility as part of the 2015 Annual Review. The facility operates a wastewater
treatment plant on site, which includes aerobic and anaerobic treatment steps, and discharges
effluent from the wastewater treatment plant directly to the Red River. The hydrogen sulfide
releases are produced by the anaerobic wastewater treatment at the facility, not directly by the
manufacturing process (Razink, 2014). Sulfur compounds are not regulated pollutants in the
Grain Mills effluent limitations guidelines and standards (ELGs) (40 CFR Part 406).
To estimate their 2013 TRI hydrogen sulfide release, the facility, over two weeks, took
four direct samples of wastewater from their treatment plant's external outfall and measured the
dissolved sulfide concentration in the samples. According to the facility, measurement of
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dissolved sulfide concentration in water may be a high bias estimate of hydrogen sulfide
concentration. The average concentration from these four samples was multiplied by the average
daily flow to estimate the pounds discharged per day, and then multiplied by the number of days
wastewater was discharged in 2013 to estimate the annual pounds discharged (Razink, 2014).
The facility reported similar direct releases of hydrogen sulfide to TRI in 2012 (184,000 TWPE)
and 2013 (DMR Pollutant Loading Tool).
3.3.5 Grain Mills Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Grain Mills Category discharges resulted primarily from
hydrogen sulfide releases reported to TRI. From the 2015 Annual Review, EPA found:
•	One facility, Cargill, Inc., Wet Corn Milling in Wahpeton, ND, contributes over 98
percent of the category's 2013 TRI hydrogen sulfide releases. The facility has a
NPDES permit for its wastewater treatment plant and is a direct discharger.
-	The reported direct release to TRI was estimated based on the average dissolved
sulfide concentration from four samples taken over two weeks, and may reflects
high bias releases of hydrogen sulfide from the facility.
-	The release may be attributed to anaerobic wastewater treatment at the facility,
and not to the manufacturing process.
•	Because the majority of the hydrogen sulfide releases are attributed to one facility,
EPA does not consider them to be representative of the Grain Mills Category.
3.3.6 Grain Mills Category References
1. ATSDR. 2014. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Agency for
Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. Draft Toxicological Profile for Hydrogen
Sulfide and Carbonyl Sulfide. Atlanta, GA. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08125.
2.	ERG. 2015. Eastern Research Group, Inc. Preliminary Category Review - Facility
Data Review for Point Source Category - 406 - Grain Mills. Chantilly, VA.
(September). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08126.
3.	Razink, Jonathan. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication Between Jonathan
Razink, Cargill, Inc., and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Releases. (December 22). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08127.
4.	U.S. EPA. 1986. Quality Criteria for Water. Washington, D.C. (May). EPA-HQ-
OW-2004-0032-2619.
5.	U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
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6.	U. S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
7.	WHO. 2003. World Health Organization. Hydrogen Sulfide in Drinking-water.
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08128.
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3.4 Iron and Steel Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 420)
EPA identified the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category for preliminary review
because it ranks high again, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE), in the final
2015 combined point source category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed discharges from this
category as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews in which it also ranked high (U.S. EPA,
2012; U.S. EPA, 2014). This section summarizes the results of the 2015 Annual Review. EPA
focused its 2015 review on discharges of poly chlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), cyanide, fluoride,
nitrate compounds, and lead and lead compounds due to their high TWPE relative to the other
pollutants discharged by facilities in the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category. Cyanide and
fluoride, reviewed as part of the 2013 Annual Review, continue to be top pollutants of concern.
For the 2015 Annual Review, available discharge data also showed significant contributions of
PCBs, nitrate compounds, and lead and lead compounds. For further background on the Iron and
Steel Manufacturing Category, including an industry profile, see The 2011 Annual Effluent
Guidelines Review Report (U.S. EPA, 2012).
3.4.1 Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-9 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the Iron and Steel
Manufacturing Category from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct
the TRA in 2012 or 2014, but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year
annual review, as described in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016).
As discussed in this section, during the 2015 Annual Review, EPA identified data corrections
that affected the 2013 Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI)
data and TWPE. The bottom row of Table 3-9 shows the corrected data resulting from this
review.
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Table 3-9. Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and
Discharges Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013
Ywirof
Disohiiriio
Yesir of
Ro\ io\\
Iron iind Stool M;inul;io(urin;i ('silicon
l;ioili(\ ( on ills''
Iron iind Stool M;iniil;io(urin;i C;i(ojior\
T\\ IT.
Tool TRI
liioililios
loliil l)MK
Mii.jor
liioililios
loliil DMR
Minor
l-'iicililios
tui twit.1'
l)MR
T\\ IT.''
Todl l \\ PI
2009
2011
227
73
49
96,200
108,000d
205,000d
2011
2013
222
76
45
82,900
214,000e
297,000e
2013
2015
215
51
29
84,600f
188,000f
273,000f
82,600s
182,000s
264,000s
Sources: 2013 Annual Review Report (for 2009 and 2011 DMR and TRI Data) (U.S. EPA, 2014);
DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI).
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
a Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals.
0 Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
d 2009 data after corrections were made during the 2011 Annual Review.
e 2011 data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
f 2013 data prior to corrections made during the 2015 Annual Review.
8 2013 data after corrections were made during the 2015 Annual Review.
As shown in Table 3-9, the number of TRI facilities with pollutant releases and TRI
TWPE decreased from 2009 to 2013. The number of permitted facilities with DMR data also
decreased from 2009 to 2013. This suggests that the number of U.S. iron and steel facilities may
be declining. However, during the same timeframe, the DMR TWPE increased substantially
from 2009 to 2011, then decreased from 2011 to 2013.
3.4.2	Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category focused on the 2013
DMR and TRI discharges because both contribute to the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-10
shows the five pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 DMR TWPE. Table 3-10 also
presents the 2013 DMR TWPE after EPA corrected errors identified in this preliminary category
review (discussed in the sections below). As a point of comparison, Table 3-10 also shows the
2011 DMR facility count and TWPE for these top five pollutants, based on the 2013 Annual
Review (U.S. EPA, 2014). PCBs, cyanide, and fluoride contribute over 70 percent of the original
2013 DMR TWPE for the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category (prior to corrections discussed
below). Additionally, EPA investigated DMR discharges of lead because it is a top TRI
pollutant. Of these top pollutants, only cyanide and lead are regulated pollutants in the Iron and
Steel Category effluent limitations guidelines and standards (ELGs) (40 CFR Part 420). Sections
3.4.3	through 3.4.6 present EPA's investigation of DMR discharges of PCBs, cyanide, fluoride,
and DMR and TRI-reported discharges of lead. EPA did not investigate total residual chlorine as
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part of the 2015 Annual Review because it represents a small percentage (7 percent) of the 2013
DMR TWPE for the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category.
Table 3-11 shows the five pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 TRI
TWPE. Table 3-11 also presents the 2013 TRI TWPE after EPA corrected errors identified in
this preliminary category review (discussed in the sections below). As a point of comparison,
Table 3-11 also shows the 2011 TRI facility count and TWPE for these top five pollutants, based
on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014). Nitrate compounds and lead and lead compounds
contribute over 56 percent of the original 2013 TRI TWPE for the Iron and Steel Manufacturing
Category (prior to corrections discussed below). Sections 3.4.6 and 3.4.7 present EPA's
investigation of reported TRI releases of lead and lead compounds and nitrate compounds. EPA
did not conduct a facility-level investigation of polycyclic aromatic compounds, manganese and
manganese compounds, and copper and copper compounds, as part of the 2015 Annual Review
because they contribute a small amount of TWPE relative to the other top pollutants in the Iron
and Steel Manufacturing Category. However, many facilities report manganese and manganese
compound and copper and copper compound releases to TRI, as shown in Table 3-11.
Table 3-10. Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollulanl1'
2013 DMR l)a(a'
2011 OMR l)a(a'
Number of
l-'acililics Reporting
Polliilanr
Original
T\\ IT.
( orrcclcd
TWIT.
Number of
l-'acililies Reporting
Polliilanr
T\\ IT.'1
PCBs
1
76,700
76,700
1
73,200
Cyanide
13
29,200
22,700
26
34,100
Fluoride
10
26,500
26,500
17
34,200
Total Residual Chlorine
20
13,700
13,700
29
28,600
Lead
33
8,760
8,760
63
12,600
Top Pollutant Total
NA
155,000
148,000
NA
110,000
Iron and Steel
Manufacturing
Category Total
80
188,000
182,000
121
214,000
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TWPE); DMRLTOutput2011 _vl (for 2011 facility counts); 2013 Annual
Review Report (for 2011 TWPE) (U.S. EPA, 2014).
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable
" Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
b Total residual chlorine discharges contribute 7 percent of the original 2013 category DMR TWPE. Therefore,
EPA did not review total residual chlorine discharges as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
0 Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
d 2011 data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
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Table 3-11. Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category Top TRI Pollutants
Polliilanr'
2013 TRI Dala
2011 TRI Dala
Number of
l-'acililics Reporting
Pollutant1'
Original
iwpi:
( orrcclcd
IWPI.
Number of
l-'acililies Reporting
Pollulani1'
IWPI.
Nitrate Compounds
56
25,400
25,400
55
24,600
Lead and Lead Compounds
133
22,700
20,600°
135
24,300
Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds
5
6,910
6,910
4
11,400
Manganese and Manganese
Compounds
114
5,680
5,680
117
6,250
Copper and Copper Compounds
79
4,990
4,990
78
4,270
Top Pollutant Total
NA
65,700
63,600
NA
70,800
Iron and Steel Manufacturing
Category Total
215
84,600
82,600
222
82,900
Sources: TRlLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 TRI TWPE); TRlLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI TWPE)
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a Polycyclic aromatic compounds, manganese and manganese compounds, and copper and copper compounds
each contribute less than 9 percent of the original 2013 category TRI TWPE. Therefore, EPA did not review
polycyclic aromatic compound, manganese and manganese compound, or copper and copper compound
releases as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
b Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
0 EPA identified two facilities with revisions to their 2013 TRI lead and lead compound releases. Section 3.4.6
discusses the correction from Charter Steel Cleveland. EPA also received corrected data from ArcelorMittal
Burns Harbor LLC in Burns Harbor, IN (Bley, 2015). EPA revised the 2013 TRI lead and lead compound
TWPE to incorporate the corrected data from these facilities.
3.4.3 Iron and Steel Manufacturing PCBs Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the PCB discharges revealed that one facility, U.S. Steel Fairless
Hills Works, in Fairless Hills, PA, accounts for 100 percent of the 2013 DMR PCB discharges.
In 2013, the facility reported 2.25 pounds of PCBs discharged, corresponding to 76,700 TWPE
(DMRLTOutput2013_v 1). EPA did not review 2011 PCB discharges from this facility as part of
its 2013 Annual Review because the facility submitted 2011 PCB DMR data after EPA compiled
the I)MRLT()ulpul2011 vl database supporting the 2013 Annual Review.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted U.S. Steel about the Fairless Hills
facility. The facility began operation in 1952 and was a fully integrated steel mill. The facility
included two blast furnaces, nine open-hearth furnaces, two coke batteries, an 80-inch hot strip
mill, rolling mills, a sheet and tin department, hot dip galvanizing line, a pipe mill, and a deep-
water vessel slip. The entire facility was located on nearly 4,000 acres along the Delaware River.
At the time of construction and operation of the facility, PCBs were common in electrical
equipment at the facility (Lasko, 2015).
In August 1991, the company closed and systematically demolished the pipe mill and the
hot side of the plant, which included iron making, steel making, cokemaking, and hot rolling
productions. In 1998, the remaining cold finishing operations, excluding the hot dip galvanizing
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line, were permanently idled. The company has substantially redeveloped the site but several
buildings remain in the sheet and tin area (Lasko, 2015).
Table 3-12 presents U.S. Steel Fairless Hills Works' PCB discharges for 2011 through
2014. As shown, the PCB discharges have remained consistent from 2011 through 2013, and
decreased in 2014. U.S. Steel does not know the source of the PCBs detected in discharges from
the Fairless Hills Works' facility; however, they have confirmed that the PCBs are not associated
with the remaining hot dip galvanizing line. Therefore, the facility has attributed the discharges
to historical production activities at the site (Lasko, 2015).
Table 3-12. U.S. Steel Fairless Hills Works' PCB Discharges for 2011-2014
Year
PCB TWPE
2011
73,200
2012
69,800
2013
76,700
2014
25,800
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Pollutant Tool (Loading Tool).
In 2003, EPA Regions 2 and 3 adopted a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for PCBs
for Zones 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the tidal Delaware River. This change required U.S. Steel to perform
PCB analyses on wastewater discharges using EPA Method 1668A. This wastewater sampling
and analysis has narrowed the location of the potential sources of PCB discharges to the lower
segment of the facility, near outfall 002. U.S. Steel is currently working with the Delaware River
Basin Commission (DRBC) to investigate further this segment of the canal to determine the
source of the PCB discharges (Lasko, 2015). The facility's PCB discharges have decreased from
2013 to 2014, as shown in Table 3-12, and the PCB discharges are associated with historical
production activities, not current operations. Additionally, the company is working with DRBC
to determine the source of the PCB discharges.
3.4.4 Iron and Steel Manufacturing Cyanide Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the cyanide discharges revealed that two facilities, Mountain State
Carbon, LLC16, in Follansbee, WV, and U.S. Steel Clairton Plant, Clairton, PA, account for 76
percent of the 2013 cyanide discharges (shown in Table 3-13). EPA reviewed cyanide discharges
from both of these facilities as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews (U.S. EPA, 2012, U.S.
EPA, 2014). EPA did not investigate the remaining 11 facilities discharging cyanide as part of
the 2015 Annual Review.
16 This facility is named Severstal Wheeling, Inc. in the DMR database (DMRLTOutput2013_vl). However, the
facility's permit lists the permittee as Mountain State Carbon, LLC.
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Table 3-13. Top 2013 DMR Cyanide Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
Mountain State Carbon, LLC
Follansbee, WV
10,900
12,100
41.4%
U.S. Steel ClairtonPlant
Clairton, PA
9,050
10,000
34.4%
All other cyanide dischargers in the Iron and Steel
Manufacturing Category3
6,390
7,090
24.2%
Total
26,300
29,200
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Eleven additional facilities submitted cyanide discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Both of the top two facilities are cokemaking plants, i.e., they produce carbon-coke from
coal for use in steelmaking. Cokemaking operations generate wastewater containing cyanide
during the byproduct recovery process. For further information on cokemaking plants in the
U.S., see Section 9.4 of the 2011 Annual Review Report (U.S. EPA, 2012).
During the 2002 Iron and Steel rulemaking, EPA established production-based limits for
cyanide based on the performance of best available technology (BAT) for the cokemaking
subcategory (40 CFR Part 420 Subpart A). The BAT production-based limits are based on a
long-term average (LTA) of 2.965 mg/L, and a variability factor of 1.49 (U.S. EPA, 2002,
Appendices D and E).
Mountain State Carbon
Mountain State Carbon, LLC, in Follansbee, WV, discharges cyanide from two outfalls.
EPA reviewed cyanide discharges from this facility as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual
Reviews. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the facility and learned they
received a revised permit, becoming effective on October 1, 2013. The new permit changed the
naming of the outfalls; outfall 205 was renamed outfall 006 and outfall 005 was renamed outfall
004. Mountain State Carbon has discharges and separate permit limits for total cyanide and weak
acid dissociable cyanide (CNWAD).17 Table 3-14 presents the 2008 and 2013 permit limits for
Mountain State Carbon for total cyanide and CNWAD (Smith, 2015).
Table 3-14. Mountain State Carbon 2008 and 2013 Permit Limits
Oulfall Niiinl»or
Total ( xanide
Monlhlx Axerajie
Permit l.imil
Tolal Cxanide
Dail> Maximum
Permit l.imil
CNWAI) Monlhlx
Axeraiie Permit
l.imil
CNWAI) Dailx
Maximum Permil
l.imil
2<><)X IVniiii 1.mills
005
None
None
0.0114 mg/L
0.0284 mg/L
17 Because a permit may require a facility to measure a pollutant in more than one way, such as discharges of total
cyanide and CNWAD, EPA groups the DMR data using a hierarchy to determine which parameter best represents
the total pollutant discharges. This avoids double counting of discharges. For this reason, EPA grouped total
cyanide and CNWAD discharges under DMR cyanide discharges. See Section 3.2.3.2 of 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) for more information on pollutant groupings in DMR
(U.S. EPA, 2009).
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Table 3-14. Mountain State Carbon 2008 and 2013 Permit Limits

Total Cvanidc
Total Cvanidc
CNWAD MonthIv
CNWAD Dailv

Monthly Average
Dailv Maximum
Average Permit
Maximum Permit
Outfall Number
Permit Limit
Permit Limit
Limit
Limit

24.5 lb/dav
34.9 lb/dav


205
(11.1 kg/da v)
(15.8 kg/dav)
None
None
2013 Permit Limits
004




(previously 005)
Report Only
Report Only
Report Only
Report Only
006
(previously 205)
25.6 lb/day
(11.6 kg/day)
or 4.39 mg/L
36.6 lb/day
(16.6 kg/day)
or 9.31 mg/L
0.067 mg/L
0.12 mg/L
Source: WVDEP, 2008a; WVDEP, 2013b
The change in outfall designations mid-way through 2013 caused the Loading Tool to
calculate facility discharge loads inaccurately. The Loading Tool calculates pollutant loadings
from DMR data submitted by the facility. For months when a facility reports no flow and
concentration data, the Loading Tool calculates estimated monthly discharges.18 In this instance,
the Loading Tool interpreted the new outfall numbers as representing two new outfalls, and
assigned both "new" outfalls estimated monthly discharges (for months that had data missing),
while continuing to apply estimated discharges to the old outfall numbers. As a result, cyanide
discharges from this facility were, at first, substantially overestimated. EPA corrected this error,
resulting in a decrease of the facility's cyanide TWPE from 12,100 to 5,570.
Table 3-15 presents Mountain State Carbon's 2013 DMR CNWAD discharges and
NPDES monthly average permit limit for outfall 004 (previously outfall 005). Table 3-16
presents Mountain State Carbon's 2013 DMR total cyanide discharges and NPDES monthly
average permit limit for outfall 006 (previously outfall 205). As shown in Table 3-15, the
CNWAD discharges for outfall 004 (previously outfall 005) are below permit limits. However,
as shown in Table 3-16, the May 2013 quantity from outfall 006 (previously outfall 205) and the
November 2013 concentration from outfall 006 exceed the facility permit limits.
Table 3-15. Mountain State Carbon's 2013 DMR CNWAD Discharges
Outfall
Date
Reported Monthly
Average Flow (MGD)
Reported
Monthly Average
Concentration (mg/L)
NPDES Monthly Average
Permit Limit
005
31-Jan-13
7.58
0.0021
0.0114 mg/L
005
28-Feb-13
6.52
0.0021
0.0114 mg/L
005
31-Mar-13
13.5
0.0026
0.0114 mg/L
005
30-Apr-13
14.3
0.0016
0.0114 mg/L
005
31-May-13
13.5
0.0026
0.0114 mg/L
005
30-Jun-13
12.6
0.0009
0.0114 mg/L
005
31-Jul-13
9.39
0.0029
0.0114 mg/L
18 For example, Mountain State Carbon's 2013 permit renamed outfall 205 as 006; the two numbers represent the
same outfall. Mountain State Carbon submitted nine months of concentration and flow data for outfall 205, and
three months of concentration and flow data for the same outfall after its number was changed from 205 to 006.
For outfall 205, the DMR Loading Tool calculated the total load for the year and estimated discharges for the
three "missing" months. For outfall 006, the DMR Loading Tool calculated the total load for the year and
estimated discharges for nine "missing months."
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Table 3-15. Mountain State Carbon's 2013 DMR CNWAD Discharges
Outfall
Date
Reported Monthly
Average Flow (MGD)
Reported
Monthly Average
Concentration (mg/L)
NPDES Monthly Average
Permit Limit
005
31-Aug-13
8.68
0.0020
0.0114 mg/L
005
30-Sep-13
10.0
0.0021
0.0114 mg/L
004a
31-Dec-13
13.2
0.013
Report Only
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl-, Smith, 2015; WVDEP, 2008a; WVDEP, 2013b
a The revised permit changed the monitoring requirement for this outfall from monthly to quarterly, therefore,
after September 2013, the facility only submitted CNWAD discharges for the outfall in December 2013.
Table 3-16. Mountain State Carbon's 2013 DMR Total Cyanide Discharges
On H all
Dale
Reported
Moil 1 h l>
A\cragc Mow
(\l(,l)>
Reported
Monthly A\cragc
Concentration
(mg/L)
Reported
Monthly
A\era tic
Quantity (Ib/d)
NPDI'.S Monthly
A\cragc Permit Limit
205
31-Jan-13
0.57
NR
9.68
24.5 lb/d
205
28-Feb-13
0.6
NR
9.19
24.5 lb/d
205
31-Mar-13
0.58
NR
8.29
24.5 lb/d
205
30-Apr-13
0.59
NR
12.0
24.5 lb/d
205
31-May-13
0.5
NR
27.8a
24.5 lb/d
205
30-Jun-13
0.69
NR
14.0
24.5 lb/d
205
31-Jul-13
0.73
NR
8.29
24.5 lb/d
205
31-Aug-13
0.65
NR
11.0
24.5 lb/d
205
30-Sep-13
0.7
NR
8.90
24.5 lb/d
006
31-Oct-13
0.578
3.4
NR
4.39 mg/L
006
30-Nov-13
0.606
4.5a
NR
4.39 mg/L
006
31-Dec-13
0.6
2.1
NR
4.39 mg/L
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; Smith, 2015; WVDEP, 2008a; WVDEP, 2013b
NR: Not Reported
a Cyanide concentration or quantity exceeds monthly average permit limit.
U.S. Steel Clairton Plant
U.S. Steel Clairton Plant discharges cyanide in cokemaking wastewater from outfall 183.
EPA reviewed this facility's cyanide discharges as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted U.S. Steel to discuss the Clairton Plant's
cyanide discharges. The facility received a revised permit in May 2012 that included revised
cyanide permit limits. The facility appealed the revised cyanide permit limits and settled with the
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) with a consent order in
January 2014. PA DEP reissued the permit, which became effective in February 2015 (Lasko,
2015). Table 3-17 presents the facility's 2002, 2012, and 2015 cyanide permit limits for outfall
183.
Table 3-17. U.S. Steel Clairton Plant's 2002, 2012, and 2015 Cyanide Permit Limits
for Outfall 183

(Aanide Montlih
(Aanide Montlih
(Aanide l);iil\
(Aanide l);iil\

A\cragc Permit
A\cragc Permit
Maximum Permit
Maximum Permit
Permit
Limit (mg/L)
Limit (ll>/da\)
Limit (mg/L)
Limit (ll>/da\)
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Table 3-17. U.S. Steel Clairton Plant's 2002, 2012, and 2015 Cyanide Permit Limits
for Outfall 183
2002 Permit Limits
5.5
118
10
216
2012 Permit Limits
4.41
90.5
6.30
129
2015 Permit Limits
5.5
94
10
134
Source: PA DEP, 2002, PA DEP, 2012, PA DEP, 2015
PA DEP extended the 2002 cyanide permit limits for outfall 183 until the revised 2012
permit became effective. However, because the facility appealed the cyanide permit limits in the
revised 2012 permit, the facility had to meet the 2002 cyanide permit limits in 2013. Table 3-18
presents U.S. Steel's 2013 monthly cyanide and flow discharge data for outfall 183. EPA
calculated the cyanide concentrations using the reported quantity and average monthly flows. As
shown, the facility's discharge concentrations do not exceed the 2002, 2012, or 2015 permit
limits and are below the LTA for cyanide calculated for the 2002 rulemaking (2.965 mg/L). The
facility's high cyanide TWPE is likely the result of the large amount of industrial activity at the
site. This facility has historically been the top coke producer in the U.S. (U.S. EPA, 2002).
Table 3-18. U.S. Steel Clairton Plant's 2013 DMR Cyanide Discharges for Outfall 183
D.ile
Reported Monihlt
A\er;iiie How (\K.D)
Reported Moilihl> \\er.iiie
Oil;intil> (kii/d I
( ideuliiled Monihlt
\\er.ijie ( oneeiili'iilioii
(inii/l.)
31-Jan-13
2.4
7.27
0.800
28-Feb-13
2.49
9.18
0.974
31-Mar-13
2.34
14.2
1.60
30-Apr-13
2.43
16.7
1.82
31-May-13
2.38
9.38
1.04
30-Jun-13
2.41
7.66
0.840
31-Jul-13
2.59
10.1
1.03
31-Aug-13
2.44
20.3
2.20
30-Sep-13
2.4
11.3
1.24
31-Oct-13
2.37
10.3
1.15
30-Nov-13
2.45
10.2
1.10
31-Dec-13
2.48
7.61
0.811
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl
3.4.5 Iron and Steel Manufacturing Fluoride Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the fluoride discharges revealed that four facilities, account for 94
percent of the reported 2013 fluoride discharges (shown in Table 3-19). EPA did not investigate
the remaining six facilities discharging fluoride as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
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Table 3-19. Top 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility
Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
U.S. Steel Gary Works3
Gary, IN
324,000
9,730
36.7%
ArcelorMittal Weirton LLCb
Weirton, WV
240,000
7,190
27.1%
U.S. Steel Granite City Works
Granite City, IL
154,000
4,620
17.4%
ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor LLC
Burns Harbor, IN
114,000
3,410
12.9%
All other fluoride dischargers in the Iron and Steel
Manufacturing Category0
53,100
1,590
6.00%
Total
885,000
26,500
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
11 This facility is named USS Gary Works in the DMR database (DMRLTOutput2013_vl) and in the 2013 Annual
Review Report (U.S. EPA, 2014). However, the facility's permit lists the permittee as U.S. Steel Gary Works.
b This facility is named Mittal Steel USA Weirton Inc. in the DMR database (DMRLTOutput2013_vl) and
Weirton Steel Corporation in the 2013 Annual Review Report (U.S. EPA, 2014). However, the facility's permit
lists the permittee as ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC.
0 Six additional facilities submitted fluoride discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
The Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category ELGs do not include discharge limits for
fluoride. During previous annual reviews, EPA researched treatment technologies that were
capable of removing fluoride (not specific to iron and steel wastewater discharges) and found
they achieve effluent fluoride concentrations between 2 mg/L and 15 mg/L (WC&E, 2006;
Ionics, n.d.; GCIP, 2002). EPA used these effluent fluoride concentrations as benchmarks for
initial comparison of fluoride discharges from iron and steel manufacturing facilities.
U.S. Steel Gary Works
U.S. Steel Gary Works in Gary, IN, discharges fluoride into the Grand Calumet River
from outfalls 005, 028, and 030 (IDEM, 2014). EPA previously reviewed fluoride discharges
from this facility as part of the 2013 Annual Review. Outfall 005 discharges cooling water and
condensate from many operations along with stormwater runoff. Outfalls 028 and 030 are
discharges from lagoons that collect continuous caster non-contact cooling water, cooling tower
blowdown, stormwater runoff, steam condensate, and slab spray cooling water. The facility's
permit requires monitoring fluoride in discharges from outfalls 005, 028, and 030, but does not
include fluoride limits (IDEM, 2014).
Table 3-20 presents U.S. Steel Gary Works' fluoride discharge data for 2013. EPA
calculated the fluoride concentrations using the quantity and average monthly flows. The
fluoride concentrations range from 0.306 mg/L to 4.01 mg/L. Table 3-21 also presents the
facility's fluoride discharges for 2011 through 2014. As shown, discharges were nearly
unchanged from 2011 to 2012, but decreased steadily from 2012 to 2014. Similar to the 2013
Annual Review, EPA found that fluoride concentrations for U.S. Steel Gary Works fall at the
low end of the range of concentrations achievable by current technologies described above.
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Table 3-20. U.S. Steel Gary Works' 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharges
Oiuliill
Dale
Reported Monthly
A\erase Ho« (M(iD)
Reported Monilih
A\er;iiie („)uanlil> (kg/d)
( aleulaled Moil I h l> A\eraiie
( oneenlralion img/l.)
005
31-Jan-13
38.8
84.3
0.574
005
28-Feb-13
41.4
77.1
0.492
005
31-Mar-13
41.7
86.6
0.549
005
30-Apr-13
42.6
86.1
0.534
005
31-May-13
41.4
66.6
0.425
005
30-Jun-13
44.7
68.4
0.404
005
31-Jul-13
45.3
72.1
0.421
005
31-Aug-13
47.5
71.2
0.396
005
30-Sep-13
47.7
62.1
0.344
005
31-Oct-13
43.7
67.1
0.406
005
30-Nov-13
46.2
53.5
0.306
005
31-Dec-13
52.4
62.5
0.315
028
31-Jan-13
8.6
105
3.23
028
28-Feb-13
7.2
86.6
3.18
028
31-Mar-13
7.1
86.1
3.20
028
30-Apr-13
7.1
74.3
2.76
028
31-May-13
8.4
87.5
2.75
028
30-Jun-13
8.1
105
3.42
028
31-Jul-13
8.2
109
3.51
028
31-Aug-13
8.6
103
3.16
028
30-Sep-13
9.2
119
3.42
028
31-Oct-13
7.6
82.9
2.88
028
30-Nov-13
8.4
92.1
2.90
028
31-Dec-13
7.9
120
4.01
030
31-Jan-13
20.5
249
3.21
030
28-Feb-13
20.2
251
3.28
030
31-Mar-13
18.6
234
3.33
030
30-Apr-13
18.7
205
2.90
030
31-May-13
20.9
224
2.83
030
30-Jun-13
18.7
228
3.23
030
31-Jul-13
19.0
265
3.69
030
31-Aug-13
19.4
245
3.34
030
30-Sep-13
19.4
257
3.51
030
31-Oct-13
14.1
163
3.06
030
30-Nov-13
17.4
224
3.40
030
31-Dec-13
18
264
3.87
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl
Table 3-21. U.S. Steel Gary Works' Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014
Year
Pounds of Fluoride Discharged
Fluoride TWPE
2011
339,000
10,200
2012
346,000
10,400
2013
324,000
9,730
2014
293,000
8,800
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
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ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC
ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC in Weirton, WV, discharges fluoride from outfalls 003 and
004 into the Ohio River and Harmon Creek, respectively. The facility discharges cooling water,
stormwater runoff, and process wastewater from outfall 003, and untreated stormwater through
outfall 004. EPA previously reviewed fluoride discharges from this facility as part of the 2013
Annual Review. The facility's 2008 permit calls for monitoring of fluoride discharges from
outfall 003, but does not include fluoride limits. The fluoride permit limit for outfall 004 is 1.4
mg/L monthly average and 2.2 mg/L daily maximum (WVDEP, 2008b).
Table 3-22 presents the facility's fluoride discharge data for 2013. As described above,
EPA determined that current wastewater technologies (not specific to iron and steel) are
achieving effluent fluoride concentrations between 2 mg/L and 15 mg/L. EPA determined that
2013 fluoride concentrations from outfall 004, shown in Table 3-22 are below the facility's
permit limit and below concentrations achievable by current technologies. However, the fluoride
concentrations from outfall 003 are substantially higher than outfall 004, by an order of
magnitude. Table 3-23 presents the facility's fluoride discharges for 2011 through 2014. As
shown, discharges have remained consistent from 2011 through 2013, and have decreased from
2013 to 2014.
The facility received a revised permit, effective May 2014. This permit includes fluoride
limits for outfall 003 of 4.3 mg/L monthly average and 5.9 mg/L daily maximum, effective May
1, 2017, based on water quality standards (WVDEP, 2014; WVDEP, 2013a). As the facility
comes into compliance with the new permit limits, EPA expects that fluoride discharges from
ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC will decrease in future DMRs.
Table 3-22. ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC's 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharges


Reported Monihh \\er.iiie
Reported Monthly A\er;i^e ( oncen 1 r;ilion
OiiHiill
D.ile
1 low (MCI))
diiii/l.)
003
31-Jan-13
10.3
8.05
003
31-Mar-13
10.9
6.38
003
30-Jun-13
11.7
9.1
003
31-Dec-13
7.3
7.51
004
31-Jan-13
0.77
0.27
004
28-Feb-13
0.82
0.25
004
31-Mar-13
0.66
0.28
004
30-Apr-13
1.28
0.3
004
31-May-13
0.6
0.3
004
30-Jun-13
0.7
0.3
004
31-Jul-13
1.6
0.3
004
31-Aug-13
0.6
0.4
004
30-Sep-13
0.7
0.4
004
31-Oct-13
0.7
0.4
004
30-Nov-13
0.7
0.4
004
31-Dec-13
0.8
0.4
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl
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Table 3-23. ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC's Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014
Ye.ir
Pttiilitis of Huoridc Dischiiriicd
1 luoriric TWPI.
2011
331,000
9,940
2012
357,000
10,700
2013
240,000
7,190
2014
216,000
6,490
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
U.S. Steel Granite City Works
U.S. Steel Granite City Works, in Granite City, IL, discharges fluoride from outfall 001
to Horseshoe Lake. Discharges consist of wastewater from numerous sources, including the blast
furnace, the hot strip mill, the galvanizing lines, continuous casters, maintenance shops,
laboratories, the coke plant, the cold mill, and the continuous pickler. Discharges also contain
landfill leachates, sanitary, stormwater runoff, and boiler blowdown. EPA has not previously
reviewed fluoride discharges from this facility. The facility received a revised permit, effective
June 1, 2015. The fluoride limits were not revised, but continue to include a 4 mg/L (834 lb/day)
daily maximum limit for fluoride from outfall 001, with no monthly average fluoride limits
(ILEPA, 2015).
Table 3-24 presents the facility's fluoride discharge data for 2013. EPA calculated the
fluoride concentrations using the reported quantities and average monthly flows. The fluoride
concentrations range from 2.17 mg/L to 4.49 mg/L. EPA determined that fluoride concentrations
for U.S. Steel Granite City Works are generally below those achievable by current technologies,
described above. However, the June and July 2013 monthly average fluoride concentrations
exceed the daily maximum permit limit. Table 3-25 presents the facility's fluoride discharges for
2011 through 2014. As shown, discharge levels decreased from 2011 to 2014.
Table 3-24. U.S. Steel Granite City Works' 2013 DMR Fluoride
Discharges for Outfall 001
Diilo
Reported Mon(hl\
A\er .\\crsi}»c
On;iii 1 il> (kii/d)
( iilculiiled Mon(hl\
A\it;i!£c ( onccnlriilion
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Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
a Fluoride concentration exceeds daily maximum permit limit.
Table 3-25. U.S. Steel Granite City Works' Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014
Year
Pounds of Fluoride Discharged
Fluoride TWPE
2011
163,000
4,880
2012
158,000
4,750
2013
154,000
4,620
2014
141,000
4,240
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor LLC
ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor LLC, in Burns Harbor, IN, discharges fluoride from outfall
002. EPA has not previously reviewed fluoride discharges from this facility. Table 3-26 presents
the facility's fluoride discharge data for 2013. EPA calculated the fluoride concentrations using
the quantity and average monthly flows. As shown, the fluoride concentrations range from 0.070
mg/L to 0.194 mg/L. EPA determined that fluoride concentrations for ArcelorMittal Burns
Harbor are generally below those achievable by current technologies, described above.
Additionally, Table 3-27 presents the facility's fluoride discharges for 2011 through 2014. As
shown, discharges increased from 2011 to 2012, but by 2014 had fallen back to below 2011
levels.
Table 3-26. ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharges for Outfall 002
Dale
Reported Monilih
A\eraiie How (\K.D)
Reported Mon(hl\ .\\craiic
Oil;intil> (kii/d I
( alculaled Mon(hl\
A\erajic ( oncenlration
(inii/l.)
31-Jan-13
255
141
0.146
28-Feb-13
257
164
0.169
31-Mar-13
255
166
0.172
30-Apr-13
233
165
0.187
31-May-13
194
51.7
0.070
30-Jun-13
209
137
0.173
31-Jul-13
241
122
0.134
31-Aug-13
251
134
0.141
30-Sep-13
260
148
0.150
31-Oct-13
268
197
0.194
30-Nov-13
225
155
0.182
31-Dec-13
197
119
0.160
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl
Table 3-27. ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014
Year
Pounds of Fluoride Discharged
Fluoride TWPE
2011
84,700
2,540
2012
124,000
3,710
2013
114,000
3,410
2014
81,700
2,450
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
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3.4.6 Iron and Steel Manufacturing Lead and Lead Compound Discharges in DMR and
TRI
EPA has not previously reviewed lead discharges from Iron and Steel Manufacturing
facilities. Lead is a regulated pollutant in the Iron and Steel Manufacturing ELG, with limitations
for seven of the thirteen subcategories.19
EPA's review of the lead DMR data revealed that 33 facilities account for 8,760 TWPE,
with no facility contributing more than 2,300 TWPE. EPA's investigation of TRI-reported lead
and lead compound data revealed that 133 facilities account for 22,700 TWPE. EPA identified
one facility, Charter Steel Cleveland, in Cuyahoga Heights, OH, that accounts for 4,360 TWPE
(19 percent of the 2013 TRI lead and lead compound releases) (shown in Table 3-28). EPA
further reviewed lead discharges for Charter Steel, as discussed below. EPA did not conduct
facility-specific investigations of the 33 facilities with DMR lead discharges or the remaining
132 facilities reporting TRI releases of lead and lead compounds as part of the 2015 Annual
Review because no facility contributes more than 2,300 TWPE.
Table 3-28. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Lead and Lead Compound Releases
l-'iicilil> Name
l-'acilil.t Locution
Poll litis of
Polllllillll
Released
Pnlliilanl
T\\ IT.
IVrcenl of
CaU'Sion TWIT.
Charter Steel Cleveland
Cuyahoga Heights, OH
1,950
4,360
19.2%
All other lead and lead compound releases in the Iron and
Steel Manufacturing Category3
8,170
18,300
80.8%
Total
10,100
22,700
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
" 132 additional facilities reported lead and lead compound releases in the 2013 TRI.
Charter Steel Cleveland in Cuyahoga Heights, OH, reported both indirect and direct
releases of lead and lead compounds to TRI. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted
the facility to discuss their lead and lead compound TRI releases. A stormwater permit regulates
the facility's stormwater releases to the Cuyahoga River. The facility does not have an individual
NPDES permit. In addition to the direct stormwater release, the facility has two onsite
pretreatment plants that discharge to the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. The facility
estimates indirect lead and lead compound releases by sampling at each pretreatment plant
(Lawniczak, 2015).
The facility contact also explained that while calculating the amount of lead and lead
compound releases transferred, they incorrectly converted from milligrams of lead to pounds of
lead, resulting in an overestimate of the pounds reported to TRI for 2013. Correcting for this
error decreases the facility's lead and lead compounds TRI TWPE from 4,360 to 1,090.
19 Subpart B, Sintering Subcategory, Subpart C, Ironmaking Subcategory, Subpart D, Steelmaking Subcategory,
Subpart E, Vacuum Degassing Subcategory, Subpart F, Continuous Casting Subcategory, Subpart I, Acid
Pickling Subcategory, and Subpart J, Cold Forming Subcategory include limitations for lead.
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The individual facility TWPE associated with lead discharges across the Iron and Steel
Manufacturing Category appears to be relatively low (less than 2,300); however, a large number
of facilities reported lead discharges on DMRs and lead and lead compound releases to TRI in
2013.
3.4.7 Iron and Steel Manufacturing Nitrate Compound Releases in TRI
EPA has not previously reviewed nitrate compound discharges from Iron and Steel
Manufacturing facilities. Nitrate compounds are not regulated pollutants in the Iron and Steel
Manufacturing Category ELG; however, three subparts have ammonia as N limitations.20
EPA's investigation of the nitrate compound data revealed that one facility, AK Steel
Corporation, in Rockport, IN, accounts for 47 percent of the 2013 nitrate releases (shown in
Table 3-29). EPA did not investigate the remaining 55 facilities reporting releases of nitrate as
part of the 2015 Annual Review because no individual facility contributes more than 3,200
TWPE.
Table 3-29. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Nitrate Compound Releases
l-'acilil.t Name
locution
Pounds ol' Pollutant
Released
Polliiianl
IWP I'-
Pcrconl of
CaU'Sion
T\\ PI.
AK Steel Corporation, Rockport Works
Rockport, IN
15,900,000
ll, 900
46.6%
All other nitrate-releasing facilities in the Iron and Steel
Manufacturing Category3
18,200,000
13,600
53.4%
Total
34,100,000
25,400
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 55 additional facilities reported nitrate compound releases in the 2013 TRI.
AK Steel Corporation Rockport Works, in Rockport, IN, is an integrated steel mill,
manufacturing iron and steel products and coke and cokemaking byproducts. The facility
releases directly to the Grand Calumet River and Lake Michigan. The facility has report-only
requirements for ammonia as N in their NPDES permit, but does not have nitrate compound
reporting requirements (IDEM, 2011). As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted AK
Steel to discuss the Rockport facility nitrate compound releases reported to TRI.
The AK Steel contact stated that nitrate compound releases are calculated the same at
each AK Steel facility. Each facility obtains a weekly composite outfall sample and analyzes it
for nitrate as nitrogen. The facility averages the weekly concentrations for each month,
multiplies by the average daily flow and the number of days in the month, and converts to
pounds. This determines the pounds per month of nitrate as nitrogen released at the outfall. To
calculate the amount of nitrate compounds as required for TRI reporting, the facility then
converts the pounds per month of nitrate as nitrogen to pounds of nitrate as nitrate compounds,
20 Subpart A, Cokemaking Subcategory, Subpart B, Sintering Subcategory, and Subpart C, Ironmaking
Subcategory, include limitations for Ammonia as N.
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by multiplying by the molecular weight ratio of nitrate to nitrogen.21 This step determines the
pounds of nitrate compounds released per month. The facility totals each month to obtain the
annual total nitrate compounds released (Miracle, 2015). Table 3-30 presents the nitrate
compound releases for 2008 through 2013 for AK Steel Rockport Works. As shown, releases
decreased from 2010 to 2012, then increased again in 2013. The facility's nitrate compound
releases are the same order of magnitude as the other 55 facilities with nitrate compound releases
combined, as shown in Table 3-29.
Table 3-30. AK Steel Rockport Works' TRI-Reported Nitrate Compound Releases for
2008-2013
Year
Pounds of Nitrate Released
Nitrate TWPE
2008
17,300,000
12,900
2009
12,100,000
9,050
2010
23,500,000
17,600
2011
18,400,000
13,700
2012
14,400,000
10,800
2013
15,900,000
11,900
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
In general, the individual facility TWPE associated with nitrate discharges across the Iron
and Steel Manufacturing Category appears to be relatively low (less than 3,200); however, a
large number of facilities reported nitrate compound releases to TRI in 2013.
3.4.8 Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category discharges resulted
primarily from PCBs, cyanide, fluoride, and lead discharges reported on DMRs, and nitrate
compound, lead and lead compound, manganese and manganese compound, and copper and
copper compound releases reported to TRI. From the 2015 Annual Review, EPA found:
•	PCBs. One facility, U.S. Steel Fairless Hills Works, in Fairless Hills, PA, accounts
for 100 percent of the DMR PCB discharges. The facility is working with the
Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) to determine the source of the PCB
discharges, but believes the discharges are from historical production activities on the
site. The facility's PCB discharges have also decreased from 2013 to 2014. For these
reasons, EPA does not consider the facility's PCB discharges to be representative of
discharges across the category.
•	Cyanide. Two facilities, Mountain State Carbon, in Follansbee, WV, and U.S. Steel
Clairton Plant, in Clairton, PA, account for 76 percent of the DMR cyanide
discharges. EPA reviewed the cyanide discharges and found:
- EPA identified an error in Mountain State Carbon's cyanide discharges.
Correcting this error decreases the facility's cyanide TWPE from 12,100 to 5,570.
However, two months of cyanide discharges from one outfall at Mountain State
Carbon exceed the facility's permit limits.
21 Molecular weight ratio is 4.43: the molecular weight of nitrate is 62; the molecular weight of nitrogen is 14.
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-	U.S. Steel Clairton Plant's cyanide discharges are below permit limits and the
LTA for cyanide calculated for the 2002 rulemaking. The facility's high cyanide
TWPE is likely the result of the large amount of industrial activity at the facility,
as it has historically been the top coke producer in the U.S.
-	Because the majority of cyanide discharges from the Iron and Steel
Manufacturing Category are attributed to two facilities, EPA does not consider
them to be representative of the Iron and Steel Category.
•	Fluoride. Four facilities account for 94 percent of DMR fluoride discharges. EPA
determined that current wastewater technologies (not specific to iron and steel) are
achieving effluent concentrations between 2 mg/L and 15 mg/L. For two of the top
fluoride discharging facilities, EPA concluded that the fluoride concentrations are
generally below those achievable by current technologies. One facility, ArcelorMittal
Weirton LLC in Weirton, WV, received a revised permit in 2014 that includes
fluoride limits for outfalls 003 and 004. Therefore, EPA expects that fluoride
discharges will decrease on future DMRs for this facility. The remaining facility, U.S.
Steel Granite City Works, has discharges above permit limits.
•	Lead. One facility, Charter Steel Cleveland, in Cuyahoga Heights, OH, accounts for
19 percent of the TRI lead and lead compound releases. The facility identified a data
error in the indirect releases reported to TRI. Correcting this error, decreases the
facility's lead and lead compound TWPE from 4,360 to 1,100. After the correction
for Charter Steel Cleveland, EPA determined that all facilities with lead discharges in
the 2013 DMR and TRI databases contributed less than 2,300 TWPE each. However,
EPA notes that a large number of facilities reported lead and lead compounds to TRI
and lead discharges on DMRs in 2013 (133 and 33 facilities, respectively).
•	Nitrate. One facility, AK Steel Corporation Rockport Works, in Rockport, IN,
accounts for 47 percent of the TRI nitrate compound releases and bases its load
reported to TRI on sampling data. The individual facility TWPE associated with
nitrate discharges across the remainder of the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category
appears to be relatively low (less than 3,200); however, EPA notes that a large
number of facilities (56 facilities) reported nitrate releases to TRI in 2013.
•	Manganese and Copper. EPA did not further investigate manganese and manganese
compounds and copper and copper compounds as part of the 2015 Annual Review
because they contribute a small amount of TWPE relative to the other top pollutants
(less than 6,000 TWPE each). However, EPA notes that a large number of facilities
reported manganese and manganese compound and copper and copper compound
releases to TRI in 2013 (114 and 79 facilities, respectively) and these pollutants are
not regulated by the Iron and Steel Manufacturing ELGs.
3.4.9 Iron and Steel Manufacturing Category References
1. Bley, Doug. 2015. Telephone Communication Between Doug Bley, ArcelorMittal
Burns Harbor LLC, and William Swietlik, U.S. EPA, Re: 2013 TRI Lead
Discharges. (June 30). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08129.
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2.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review for Point
Source Category - 420 -Iron and Steel Manufacturing. (September). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08130.
3.	GCIP. 2002. General Chemical Industrial Products. Chapter 14 - Wastewater and
Water Treatment. EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-2606.
4.	IDEM. 2011. Indiana Department of Environmental Management. NPDES
Permit: AK Steel Rockport Works, Rockport, IN (IN0059650). (July 1). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08131.
5.	IDEM. 2014. Indiana Department of Environmental Management. Amended
NPDES Permit: U.S. Steel Gary Works, Gary, IN (IN0000281). (March 21). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08132.
6.	ILEPA. 2015. Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. NPDES Permit: U.S.
Steel Granite City Works, Granite City, IL (IL0000329). (May 22). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08133.
7.	Ionics, n.d. The EnChem® Process for Fluoride Removal. Wastewater Treatment
for the Microelectronics Industry. EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-2605.
8.	Lasko, Brian. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Brian Lasko,
U.S. Steel, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR
and TRI Discharges for U.S. Steel Facilities. (May 27). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08134.
9.	Lawniczak, Jay. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Jay
Lawniczak, Charter Steel Cleveland, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research
Group, Inc., Re: 2013 TRI Lead and Lead Compound Discharges for Charter
Steel. (June 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08135.
10.	Miracle, Dave. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Dave
Miracle, AK Steel, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
TRI Nitrate Discharges. (May 21). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08136.
11.	PADEP. 2002. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES
Permit: U.S. Steel Clairton Works, Clairton, PA (PA0004472). (February 1).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08137.
12.	PADEP. 2012. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES
Permit: U.S. Steel Clairton Works, Clairton, PA (PA0004472). (May 1). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08138.
13.	PADEP. 2015. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES
Permit: U.S. Steel Clairton Works, Clairton, PA (PA0004472). (February 1).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08139.
14.	Smith, Patrick. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Patrick
Smith, Mountain State Carbon, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group,
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3.4—Iron and Steel Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 420)
Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Cyanide Discharges. (May 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08140.
U.S. EPA. 2002. Development Document for Final Effluent Limitations
Guidelines and Standards for the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Point Source
Category. Washington, D.C. EPA-821-R-02-004. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0119.
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, D.C. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-
0515.
U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
U.S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
WC&E. 2006. Wastech Controls & Engineering, Inc. Fluoride Wastewater
Treatment (FWT) HF Neutralization or Fluoride Reduction. EPA-HQ-OW-2004-
0032-2604.
WVDEP. 2008a. West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES
Permit: Mountain State Carbon, Follansbee, WV (WV0004499). (January 15).
EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0067.
WVDEP. 2008b. West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES
Permit: Arcelormittal Weir ton Inc. (Weir ton Steel Corporation), Weir ton, WV
(WV0003336). (July 28). EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-0019.
WVDEP. 2013a. West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES
Fact Sheet Addendum: Arcelormittal Weirton Inc. (Weirton Steel Corporation),
Weirton, WV (WV0003336). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08310.
WVDEP. 2013b. West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES
Permit: Mountain State Carbon, Follansbee, WV (WV0004499). (August 29).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08141.
WVDEP. 2014. West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES
Permit: Arcelormittal Weirton Inc. (Weirton Steel Corporation), Weirton, WV
(WV0003336). (March 18). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08142.
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3.5 Landfills (40 CFR Part 445)
EPA identified the Landfills Category for preliminary review because it ranks high again,
in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE), in the final 2015 combined point source
category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed discharges from this category as part of the 2010
and 2011 Annual Reviews in which it also ranked high (U.S. EPA, 2011, 2012). This section
summarizes the results of the 2015 Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015 review on discharges
of cadmium, selenium, and iron because of their high TWPE relative to the other pollutants
discharged by facilities in the Landfills Category. Of these three pollutants, only iron was
reviewed in the 2010 and 2011 Annual Reviews. For the 2015 Annual Review, available
discharge data also showed significant contributions of cadmium and selenium.
3.5.1 Landfills Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-31 compares the toxicity ranking analyses (TRA) data for the Landfills Category
from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in 2012 or 2014,
but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual review, as described
in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). As discussed in this section,
during the 2015 Annual Review, EPA identified data corrections that affected the 2013
Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) data and TWPE. The bottom row of Table 3-31 shows the
corrected data resulting from this review.
Table 3-31. Landfills Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported
in 2009, 2011, and 2013
Ye.ir ol'
Dischiiriic
Yeiiiol-
Ro\ ic'\\
l.iiiuirills ( l;icilil> ( ounls'1
l.iiiuirills ( ii(c»on TWPI
Toliil TRI
l-'iicililios
Toliil l)MK
Mii.jor
l-'iicililios
Tol;il DMR
Minor
liicililics
TRI
1 w pi-:1*
dmktwim:1
Tolnl
iwpi:
2009
2011
19
7
194
2,750
29,700d
32,400d
2011
2013
1
5
190
42,900e
19,300
62,100
2013
2015
4
4
175
235
166,000f
166,000f
116,000s
116,000s
Sources: TRIReteases2009 v2. DMRLoads2009_v2, and 2011 Annual Review Report (for 2009 DMR data) (U.S.
EPA, 2012); DMRLTOutput2011jvl (for 2011 DMR); TRlLTOutput2011 vl (for 2011 TRI);
DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI)
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
" Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals.
0 Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
d 2009 data after corrections were made during the 2011 Annual Review.
e The majority of the 2011 TRI TWPE was attributed to one facility, Clean Harbors Deer Park LLC in La Porte,
TX. This facility was reassigned to the Unassigned Waste Facility Category.
f 2013 data prior to corrections made during the 2015 Annual Review.
8 2013 data after corrections were made during the 2015 Annual Review.
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As shown in Table 3-31, the total TWPE increased from 2009 to 2013, while the number
of Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) facilities and DMR facilities decreased from 2009 to 2013.
3.5.2 Landfills Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Landfills Category focused on the 2013 DMR discharges
because the DMR data dominate the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-32 shows the five
pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 DMR TWPE. Table 3-32 also presents the
2013 DMR TWPE after EPA corrected two errors identified in this preliminary category review
(discussed in the sections below). As a point of comparison, Table 3-32 shows the 2011 DMR
facility count and TWPE for these top pollutants, based on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA,
2014).
Cadmium, selenium, and iron contribute more than 88 percent of the original 2013 DMR
TWPE for the Landfills Category (prior to corrections discussed below). Cadmium, selenium,
and iron are not regulated in the Landfills Category effluent limitations guidelines and standards
(ELGs) (40 CFR Part 445). EPA's investigations of reported discharges of the top three
pollutants are presented in Sections 3.5.3, 3.5.4, and 3.5.5. EPA did not investigate the other
pollutants, including arsenic and silver, as part of the 2015 Annual Review, because they
represent a small percentage (6 percent) of the 2013 DMR TWPE for the Landfills Category.
Table 3-32. Landfills Category Top DMR Pollutants
Polliilanl1'
2013 DMR l)a(a'
2011 OMR l)ala'
Nil nihil- of
l-'aeililies Reporting
Polliilanl'
Original
twit.
( orreeled
TW IT.
Number of
l-'aeililies Reporting
Polliilanl'
TWIT.
Cadmium
25
91,700
91,700
28
1,370
Selenium
23
40,800
195
23
249
Iron
138
14,500
4,910
136
5,050
Arsenic
37
8,010
8,010
32
1,370
Silver
9
2,270
2,270
8
1,590
Top Pollutant
Total
NA
157,000
107,000
NA
9,630
Landfills
Category Total
179
166,000
116,000
195
19,300
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TNPE);DMRLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 TWPE)
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
b Arsenic and silver discharges combined contribute 6 percent of the original 2013 category DMR TWPE.
Therefore, EPA did not review arsenic or silver discharges as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
0 Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
3.5.3 Landfills Category Cadmium Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the cadmium discharges revealed that one facility, Henderson City
Landfill in Henderson, KY, accounts for over 99 percent of the 2013 DMR cadmium discharges
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(shown in Table 3-33). EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities discharging cadmium as
part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-33. Top 2013 DMR Cadmium Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility
Location
Pounds of
Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
Henderson City Landfill
Henderson, KY
3,940
91,100
99.3
All other cadmium dischargers in the Landfills Category3
26.4
610
0.7
Total
3,970
91,700
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 24 additional facilities submitted cadmium discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Henderson City Landfill in Henderson, KY, discharges cadmium through two outfalls
and reports quarterly cadmium concentrations, shown in Table 3-34. As shown in Table 3-34,
March 2013 discharges from outfall 001 are significantly greater than other discharges. As part
of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the facility about their cadmium discharges. The
facility contact confirmed the 2013 cadmium discharges and explained that the March 2013
concentration is an outlier. The facility experienced a large rainstorm event during this month,
which caused a leachate tank flood on the same day sampling was conducted at the outfall. The
March 2013 sample was not representative of typical operation conditions at the facility
(Williams, 2015). EPA reviewed 2014 cadmium discharges and confirmed the total cadmium
TWPE to be 0.8.
Table 3-34. Henderson City Landfill's 2013 DMR Quarterly Cadmium Discharges


Monthly Average Flow
Monthly Average Cadmium
Outfall
Date
(MGD)
Concentration (mg/L)
001
31-Mar-13
0.100
52.50
001
30-Jun-13
0.014
0.001
001
30-Sep-13
No
Discharge
001
31-Dec-13
0.006
0.00005
002
31-Mar-13
0.036
0.001
002
30-Jun-13
0.021
0.001
002
30-Sep-13
0.001
0.001
002
31-Dec-13
0.005
0.001
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
3.5.4 Landfills Category Selenium Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the selenium discharges revealed that one facility, South Carolina
Generating Company (SCGENCO)AVilliams Ash Disposal Facility in Moncks Corner, SC,
accounts for over 99 percent of the 2013 DMR selenium discharges (shown in Table 3-35). EPA
did not investigate the remaining facilities discharging selenium as part of the 2015 Annual
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Table 3-35. Top 2013 DMR Selenium Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
SCGENCO/Williams Ash Disposal
Facility
Moncks Corner,
SC
36,300
40,600
99.5
All other selenium dischargers in the Landfills Category3
175
195
0.5
Total
36,500
40,800
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 22 additional facilities submitted selenium discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
SCGENCO/Williams Ash Disposal Facility is a landfill for the disposal of coal ash and
gypsum from SCGENCO/Williams Station in Goose Creek, SC (SH DHEC, 2013a). SCGENCO
discharges selenium from one outfall, which contains ash landfill runoff, ash landfill leachate,
and truck wash water (SC DHEC, 2013b). As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted
the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC) to confirm the
facility's selenium discharges. SC DHEC indicated that the facility's 2013 selenium
concentrations were reported in units of micrograms per liter (|ig/L) instead of milligrams per
liter (mg/L) (Rippy, 2015). Table 3-36 presents the original and corrected concentrations, and
average flow rates from the facility. After correcting the concentrations, the facility's selenium
TWPE decreases from 40,600 to 40.4.
Table 3-36. SCGENCO/Williams Ash Disposal Facility's 2013 DMR Original and
Corrected Selenium Discharges from Outfall 001


Original Mon(hl\ \\erage
( orrecled Mon(hl\ \\erage

Monthly A\erage How
Selenium ( oncenl ration
Selenium Cnnccnlralion
Dale
(\K,I)>
(mg/l.)
(mg/L)
31-Jan-13
0.27
6.1
0.0061
29-Feb-13
1.21
15.8
0.0158
31-Mar-13
0.33
16.4
0.0164
30-Apr-13
0.16
21.1
0.0211
31-May-13
0.45
22.9
0.0229
30-Jun-13
No Discharge
31-Jul-13
1.17
25.6
0.0256
31-Aug-13
1.29
28.4
0.0284
30-Sep-13
No Discharge
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
SC DHEC also provided the facility's NPDES permit and permit rationale.
SCGENCO/Williams Ash Disposal Facility's NPDES permit (SC0046175), effective March 4,
2009 to September 30, 2013, required monthly monitoring and reporting for selenium (SC
DHEC, 2009a, 2009b). When the permit was reissued in 2013 (effective October 1, 2013),
neither monitoring requirements nor permit limits were placed on selenium because SC DHEC
determined that the selenium discharges showed no reasonable potential to cause or contribute to
a water quality violation (SC DHEC, 2013a, 2013b). For this reason, selenium discharges were
only reported through September 2013, as shown in Table 3-36.
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Additionally, after reviewing SCGENCO/Williams Ash Disposal Facility's NPDES
permit, EPA determined that the landfill operates and receives waste directly from the
SCGENCO Williams Station coal-fired power plant. The Landfills ELGs do not apply to
discharges of landfill wastewater from landfills operated in conjunction with other industrial or
commercial operations when the landfill only receives wastes generated by the industrial or
commercial operation directly associated with the landfill (40 CFR Part 445). For this reason,
EPA determined that SCGENCO should instead be classified under the Steam Electric Power
Generating Category (40 CFR Part 423).
3.5.5 Landfills Category Iron Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of iron discharges revealed that two facilities, Bluegrass
Containment LLC, in Hartford, KY, and Bavarian Trucking, in Walton, KY, account for over 85
percent of the 2013 DMR iron discharges (shown in Table 3-37). EPA did not investigate the
remaining facilities discharging iron as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-37. Top 2013 DMR Iron Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility
Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of Category
TWPE
Bluegrass Containment LLC
Hartford, KY
1,720,000
9,620
66.2
Bavarian Trucking
Walton, KY
501,000
2,810
19.3
All other iron dischargers in the Landfills Category3
375,000
2,100
14.5
Total
2,590,000
14,500
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 136 additional facilities submitted iron discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Bluegrass Containment LLC
Bluegrass Containment LLC discharges iron from one outfall and reports monthly iron
concentrations, shown in Table 3-38 for 2013. As shown in Table 3-38, the February 2013 iron
concentration reported from outfall 001 was far greater than other months' concentrations. As
part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the Kentucky Department for Environmental
Protection, which confirmed the February 2013 iron concentration (Milburn, 2015). EPA also
contacted the laboratory that submitted the DMR on behalf of Bluegrass Containment LLC. The
laboratory contact indicated that the February 2013 iron concentration was measured in |ig/L and
incorrectly converted to mg/L on the DMR by multiplying by 1,000 instead of dividing by 1,000.
The correct iron concentration is 0.525 mg/L (Gish, 2015). Table 3-38 presents the original and
corrected concentrations, and average flow rates from the facility. Correcting the concentrations,
decreases the facility's iron TWPE from 9,620 to 0.015, reducing the Landfills Category iron
TWPE from 14,500 to 4,910, as shown in Table 3-32.
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Table 3-38. Bluegrass Containment LLC's 2013 DMR Original and Corrected Iron
Discharges from Outfall 001

Monihh Axcraiic
()ri!jn;il \lon(hl> A\cr;i^c Iron
( onvcU'd Mon(hl\ \\er;i!ie
Diilc
How (\K,I)>
( UIKTIIII'illioil (lll»/l.)
Iron ( oiHTiili'iilion (niii/l.)
31-Jan-13
0.36
1.07
1.07
29-Feb-13
0.014
525,000
0.525
31-Mar-13
0.108
0.66
0.66
30-Apr-13
0.004
0.14
0.14
31-May-13
0.072
0.27
0.27
30-Jun-13
0.57
0.24
0.24
31-Jul-13
0.014
0.101
0.101
31-Aug-13
0.001
0.15
0.15
30-Sep-13
0.005
0.15
0.15
31-Oct-13
0.00001
0.36
0.36
30-Nov-13
0.001
0.36
0.36
31-Dec-13
0.004
0.15
0.15
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Bavarian Trucking
Bavarian Trucking discharges iron from one outfall and reports daily maximum and
monthly average iron concentrations, shown in Table 3-39. The facility has a daily maximum
iron limit of 4 mg/L. As shown in Table 3-39, the iron concentrations exceed the permit limit
during several months in 2013. The facility's Clean Water Act compliance status was classified
as Category I22 during 2013 due to several effluent violations of permit limits for iron and other
pollutants.
22 Severity of violations is calculated according to the Clean Water Act regulations, which have specific criteria
specifying the duration, severity, and type of violations that rise to the level of Significant Noncompliance (SNC).
SNC can occur at major facilities. The calculation of "Category I" violations is equivalent to the SNC
calculations, but because the violations occur at smaller dischargers (non-major), EPA does not classify the
violations as SNC.
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Table 3-39. Bavarian Trucking's 2013 DMRIron Discharges from Outfall 001
Date
Monthly Average Flow (MGD)
Daily Maximum/Monthly Average Iron
Concentration (mjj/L)"
31-Jan-13
0.160
13.4
29-Feb-13
0.209
87.2
31-Mar-13
No Discharge
30-Apr-13
0.170
9.11
31-May-13
0.084
35.7
30-Jun-13
467
3.61
31-Jul-13
No Discharge
31-Aug-13
0.320
852
30-Sep-13
No Discharge
31-Oct-13
0.039
3.12
30-Nov-13
0.029
0.326
31-Dec-13
0.380
17.7
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; US EPA, 2015.
a The facility reported the same concentration values for daily maximum and monthly average for each
monitoring period in 2013.
3.5.6	Landfills Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Landfills Category discharges resulted primarily from
cadmium, selenium, and iron discharges reported on DMRs. From the 2015 Annual Review,
EPA found:
•	Cadmium. One facility, Henderson City Landfill in Henderson, KY, accounts for
more than 99 percent of the 2013 DMR cadmium discharges. The large discharge can
be attributed to a single sampling event that was performed after a leachate tank flood
and was not representative of typical operating conditions at the facility. For this
reason, EPA does not consider these discharges to be representative of the Landfills
Category.
•	Selenium One facility, SCGENCO/Williams Ash Disposal Facility, in Moncks
Corner, SC, accounts for more than 99 percent of the 2013 DMR selenium
discharges. SC DHEC confirmed that the selenium concentrations were reported in
units of |ig/L instead of mg/L. Incorporating this correction decreases the facility's
selenium TWPE from 40,600 to 40.4.
•	Iron. Two facilities, Bluegrass Containment in Hartford, KY, and Bavarian Trucking
in Walton, KY, account for over 85 percent of the iron discharges in the 2013 DMR
data. EPA identified an error in the concentration data for iron for Bluegrass
Containment. With this error corrected, the facility's iron TWPE decreases from
9,620 to 0.015, reducing the Landfills Category iron TWPE from 14,500 to 4,910.
Bavarian Trucking exceeded its permit limit for iron during 2013.
3.5.7	Landfills Category References
1. ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review for Point
Source Category - 445 - Landfills. (September). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
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2.	Gish, Beverly. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Beverly
Gish, SMR Laboratories, Inc., and Eva Knoth, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 DMR Iron Discharges from Blue grass Containment LLC. (May 21). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08144.
3.	Milburn, Jerry. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Jerry
Milburn, Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection, and Eva Knoth,
Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Iron Discharges from Bluegrass
Containment LLC. (May 21). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08145.
4.	Rippy, Crystal. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Crystal
Rippy, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Compliance, and
Eva Knoth, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Selenium Discharges
from SCGENCO/A.M. Williams Ash Disposal Facility. (April 30). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08146.
5.	SC DHEC. 2009a. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental
Compliance. NPDES Permit Fact Sheet and Rationale: South Carolina
Generating Company (SCGENCO) A.M. Williams Station-Highway 52 Ash
Disposal Facility (SC0046175). (February 27). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08147.
6.	SC DHEC. 2009b. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental
Compliance. NPDES Permit: South Carolina Generating Company (SCGENCO)
A.M. Williams Station-Highway 52 Ash Disposal Facility (SC0046175). (March
4). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08148.
7.	SC DHEC. 2013a. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental
Compliance. NPDES Permit: South Carolina Generating Company (SCGENCO)
A.M. Williams Station-Highway 52 Ash Disposal Facility (SC0046175). (August
30). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08149.
8.	SC DHEC. 2013b. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental
Compliance. NPDES Permit Fact Sheet and Rationale: South Carolina
Generating Company (SCGENCO) A.M. Williams Station-Highway 52 Ash
Disposal Facility (SC0046175). (August 29). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08150.
9.	U. S. EPA. 2011. Technical Support document for the 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-820-R-10-021. EPA-HQ-OW-
2008-0517-0618.
10.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
11.	U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
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12.	U.S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
13.	Williams, Brian. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Brian
Williams, Henderson City Landfill, Henderson, KY, and Kimberly Bartell,
Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Cadmium Discharges. (February
12). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08151.
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3.6 Meat and Poultry Products (40 CFR Part 432)
EPA identified the Meat and Poultry Products (Meat and Poultry) Category for
preliminary review because it ranks high again, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents
(TWPE), in the final 2015 combined point source category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed
discharges from this category as part of the 2011 to 2013 Annual Reviews in which it also
ranked high (U.S. EPA, 2012, 2014a, 2014b). This section summarizes the results of the 2015
Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015 review on discharges of nitrate compounds and hydrogen
sulfide because of their high TWPE relative to other pollutants discharged by facilities in the
Meat and Poultry Category. Nitrate, reviewed as part of the 2011 and 2012 Annual Reviews,
continues to be a top pollutant of concern. Hydrogen sulfide was added as a Toxic Release
Inventory (TRI) reporting requirement in 2012. As a result, in 2013, hydrogen sulfide
contributed a substantial amount of TWPE for the category. Therefore, for the 2015 Annual
Review, available discharge data also showed significant contributions of hydrogen sulfide to the
Meat and Poultry Category TWPE.
3.6.1 Meat and Poultry Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-40 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the Meat and Poultry
Category from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in
2012 or 2014, but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual
review, as described in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). During
the 2015 Annual Review, EPA did not identify any data corrections to the 2013 discharge
monitoring report (DMR) or TRI data for the Meat and Poultry Category.
Table 3-40. Meat and Poultry Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013
Ye.ir of
Dischiiriic
Yesirof
Re\ ic'\\
Mi'iil iiiid I'oulln ( ;ik'iior\ l;icili(> ( (nulls'
Mcsil iind I'oulln ('silicon TWIT.
Toliil TRI
Incililios
loliil l)MK
Mii.jor
lucililks
loliil DMR
Minor
liicililics
TRI
1 W IT.1'
DMR 1 W IT/
loliil
TWIT.
2009
2011
173
38
88
53,800
17,200
71,000
2011
2013
156
32
99
39,100
13,700d
52,800d
2013
2015
179
29
46
81,500
8,220
89,700
Sources: TRfReleases2009 \>2. DMRLoads2009_v2, and 2011 Annual Review Report (for 2009 DMR and TRI data)
(U.S. EPA, 2012); DMRLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 DMR); TRlLTOutput2011 vl (for 2011 TRI);
DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRlLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI).
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
a Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals. The 2013 TRI TWPE also includes TWPE associated with reported releases of hydrogen
sulfide. Facilities began reporting releases of hydrogen sulfide to TRI in 2012.
0 Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
d 2011 data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
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As shown in Table 3-40, the total number of facilities reporting releases to TRI, and their
respective TWPE, decreased from 2009 to 2011, but increased in 2013. During that same time
period, the total number of facilities reporting discharges on DMRs and their respective TWPE
decreased. The increase in TRI TWPE in 2013 is primarily due to releases from the facilities
described in the sections below.
3.6.2 Meat and Poultry Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Meat and Poultry Category focused on the 2013 TRI releases
because the TRI data dominate the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-41 shows the five
pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 TRI TWPE. As a point of comparison, Table
3-41 also shows the 2011 TRI facility count and TWPE for these top five pollutants, based on the
2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014b). Nitrate compounds and hydrogen sulfide contribute
more than 98 percent of the total 2013 TRI TWPE. Because hydrogen sulfide was added as a
TRI reporting requirement in 2012, no hydrogen sulfide releases were reported in 2011. EPA's
investigations of reported releases of the top two pollutants are presented in Sections 3.6.3 and
3.6.4. EPA did not investigate the other pollutants, including ammonia, sodium nitrite, and
mercury and mercury compounds, as part of the 2015 Annual Review, because they represent a
small percentage (less than 2 percent) of the 2013 TRI TWPE for the Meat and Poultry Category.
Table 3-41. Meat and Poultry Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant'
2013 TRI Dala
2011 TRI Dala
Number of l-'aeililies
Reporting Pollulanl1'
T\\ IT.
Number of l-'aeililies
Reporting Pollulanl1'
T\\ IT.
Nitrate Compounds
117
42,300
105
38,000
Hydrogen Sulfide
11
37,700
NA°
NA°
Ammonia
118
797
114
876
Sodium Nitrite
11
455
5
16.8
Mercury and Mercury
Compounds
1
155
1
170
Top Pollutant Total
NA
81,500
NA
39,100
Meat and Poultry Category
Total
179
81,500
156
39,100
Sources: TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TWPE); TRlLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 TWPE).
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
" Ammonia, sodium nitrite, and mercury and mercury compounds releases combined contribute less than 2
percent of the 2013 category TRI TWPE. Therefore, EPA did not review any of these releases as part of the
2015 Annual Review.
b Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
0 Hydrogen sulfide was added as a TRI reporting requirement in 2012; it was not a TRI-listed chemical in 2011.
3.6.3 Meat and Poultry Category Nitrate Compound Releases in TRI
EPA's investigation of the nitrate compound releases revealed that 15 facilities account
for approximately 59 percent of the 2013 TRI nitrate compound releases (as shown in Table 3-
42). EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities discharging nitrate compounds as part of the
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2015 Annual Review. EPA reviewed nitrate compound releases from the Meat and Poultry
Category in detail as part of the 2011 and 2012 Annual Reviews.23 Therefore, Table 3-42 also
presents the 2009 TRI nitrate compound TWPE for comparison purposes.
23 EPA reviewed 2009 DMR and TRI data as part of the 2011 and 2012 Annual Reviews.
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Table 3-42. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Nitrate Compound Releases



2013 TRI Diiia


200') TRI Dala'1
l-' Name
Location
Snhcalciion
Nilrnlc Compound
Pom lids Released
Nilrale
Compound
TW IT.
Percenl of Nil rale
Compound
CsiU-Sion TWIT.
Nil rale
Compound
TWIT.
Cargill Meat Solutions Corp.
Schuyler, NE
B
4,770,000
3,560
8.42%
2,870
Cargill Meat Solutions Corp.
Ottumwa, IA
Undetermined
3,090,000
2,310
5.45%
686b
John Morrell & Co.
Sioux Falls, SD
Undetermined
2,870,000
2,150
5.07%
17.2b
Pilgrim's Pride Corp Mt. Pleasant
Complex
Mount Pleasant, TX
K
2,590,000
1,930
4.56%
1,040
Cargill Meat Solutions Corp.
Beardstown, IL
B
2,540,000
1,900
4.49%
2,730
Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. - Joslin, IL
Hillsdale, IL
B
2,530,000
1,890
4.46%
3,320
Lewiston Processing Plant
Lewiston Woodville, NC
L
2,050,000
1,530
3.61%
2,440
Tyson Fresh Meats Inc.
Lexington, NE
B
1,890,000
1,410
3.34%
3,730
Tyson Fresh Meats Inc.
Columbus Junction, IA
B
1,880,000
1,400
3.32%
1,210
Smithfield Packing Co., Inc., Tar Heel
Div.
Tar Heel, NC
B
1,840,000
1,370
3.24%
2,800
Tyson Farms Inc. - Carthage, MS
Processing Plant
Carthage, MS
K
1,720,000
1,280
3.03%
25 lb
Accomac Processing Plant
Accomac, VA
K
1,520,000
1,130
2.68%
1,550
JBS Plainwell
Plainwell, MI
B
1,330,000
997
2.35%
1,300
Cargill Meat Solutions Corp.
Fort Morgan, CO
Undetermined
1,290,000
966
2.28%
761b
Tyson Farms Inc. - Blountsville
Processing Plant
Blountsville, AL
L
1,290,000
964
2.28%
1,110
Remaining Facilities Reporting Nitrate Compounds Releases 0
23,500,000
17,500
41.4%
23,500
Total
56,700,000
42,300
100%
46,900
Source: TRfReleases2009 v2 (for 2009 TRI), TRlLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI); 2011 Annual Review Report (for 2009 TRI data and Subcategories) (U.S. EPA,
2012); and 2012 Annual Review Report (for Subcategories) (U.S. EPA, 2014a).
Note: EPA determined subcategories by reviewing available permits.
a EPA reviewed 2009 nitrate compound releases as part of the 2011 and 2012 Annual Reviews. Therefore, 2009 data is presented for comparison purposes.
b The facility was not reviewed as part of the 2011 or 2012 Annual Reviews.
0 102 additional facilities reported nitrate compound releases in the 2013 TRI database, which account for approximately 41 percent of the category's nitrate
compounds 2013 TRI TWPE.
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EPA has identified several forms of nitrogen as pollutants of concern in meat and poultry
processing wastewaters: total Kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN), ammonia nitrogen, and nitrite plus
nitrate-nitrogen. Because protein is a major component of both meat and blood, meat and poultry
wastewaters can contain high concentrations of nitrogen. The biological removal of nitrogen
from wastewaters is a two-step process beginning with nitrification followed by denitrification.
Under anaerobic conditions, ammonia is oxidized to nitrite, which is oxidized to nitrate in the
process of nitrification. Following the anaerobic conditions, nitrite and nitrate are reduced
microbially by denitrification, producing nitrogen gas as the principal end product (U.S. EPA,
2002).
Nitrite and nitrate-nitrogen are rarely present before aerobic biological treatment due to
the lack of oxygen necessary for microbially-mediated nitrification. Therefore, the principal
source of nitrite and nitrate-nitrogen is nitrification. Biological treatment is often required, at
least seasonally, to satisfy effluent limitations for the discharge of ammonia nitrogen to surface
waters. Many NPDES permits are written with seasonal limits for ammonia because the lower
pH and temperature of the receiving waters during winter reduce the toxicity of ammonia by
converting it to ammonium (U.S. EPA, 2002).
40 CFR Part 432 regulates wastewater discharges from Meat and Poultry processing
plants in 12 subcategories of products and product groups. EPA last updated effluent limitations
guidelines and standards (ELGs) for the Meat and Poultry Category on September 8, 2004 (69
FR 54476). In addition to best practicable control technology (BPT) limitations, 40 CFR Part 432
includes limitations based on the best available technology economically achievable (BAT) and
new source performance standards (NSPS). 40 CFR Part 432 regulates conventional pollutants
(BOD, fecal coliform, oil and grease, and TSS) for all subparts. Excluding Subpart E (Small
Processors), all subparts include ammonia as nitrogen (N) and total nitrogen limitations for BAT,
at plants exceeding a threshold pounds of annual live weight kill (LWK) (40 CFR Part 432) (U.S.
EPA, 2014a). BAT treatment varies based on subcategory. Table 3-43 lists the BAT options for
the Meat and Poultry subcategories. The Meat and Poultry Category ELGs do not regulate
nitrate.
Table 3-43. BAT Treatment for the Meat and Poultry Subcategories
Subcategory
Treatment Unit Processes
A-D
Dissolved air flotation, lagoon, nitrification, denitrification, and disinfection
E
NA (no BAT limits)
F-I
Dissolved air flotation, lagoon, nitrification, denitrification, and disinfection
K
Dissolved air flotation, nitrification, denitrification, and disinfection
L
Dissolved air flotation, lagoon, nitrification, denitrification, and disinfection
J
Dissolved air flotation, nitrification, denitrification, and disinfection
Source: U.S. EPA, 2002.
Thirteen meat and poultry facilities reporting releases of nitrate compounds to TRI were
reviewed as part of the 2011 and 2012 Annual Reviews. EPA determined that the majority of
these facilities are in compliance with the ELGs for total nitrogen, or are currently awaiting
revised permits that will include total nitrogen permit limitations. As a result, EPA assigned the
Meat and Poultry Category a lower priority for revision (U.S. EPA, 2014a). As part of the 2015
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Annual Review, EPA determined all facilities reviewed as part of the 2011 and 2012 Annual
Reviews also reported nitrate releases to TRI in 2013; however, only eleven are included in the
top fifteen facilities listed in Table 3-42.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA reviewed the 2013 and 2009 TRI nitrate
releases for the top 15 facilities listed in Table 3-42. Many of these facilities reported a decrease
in nitrate compound releases to TRI from 2009 to 2013. EPA specifically reviewed the five
facilities with the greatest increase in nitrate TWPE from 2009 to 2013 (three of which were
reviewed previously). Therefore, EPA has focused on the following facilities for the 2015
Annual Review:
•	Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation, Schuyler, NE
•	Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation, Ottumwa, IA
•	John Morrell & Co., Sioux Falls, SD
•	Pilgrim's Pride Corporation, Mount Pleasant, TX
•	Tyson Farm, Inc., Carthage, MS
Cargill Meat Solutions Corp. (Schuyler, NE)
Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation's facility in Schuyler, NE, is a complex beef
slaughterhouse, covered by 40 CFR Part 432, Subcategory B, with a production of approximately
6,500,000 pounds per day in LWK. EPA previously reviewed this facility as part of the 2011 and
2012 Annual Review Reports (U.S. EPA, 2012, 2014a). The facility's nitrate compound releases
account for approximately 8 percent of the 2013 TRI nitrate compounds TWPE.24 Treated
process wastewater is discharged via outfalls 001 and 003 to surface water and agricultural land
application sites, respectively. Process wastewater discharged to outfall 001 is treated with a
dissolved air flotation unit, anaerobic lagoon cells, a four-chambered sequential batch reactor (an
activated sludge plant), a chlorine contact basin, and dechlorination. Discharges of nutrient-rich
water from outfall 003 (treated process wastewater and non-contact cooling water) are used on
agricultural land (the facility does not have an outfall 002) (NE DEQ, 2009).
The facility permit, issued October 2009, includes seasonal limits for ammonia as N for
outfalls 001 and 003, which are lower than the effluent limitations specified in 40 CFR Part 432.
The permit does not include limits for total nitrogen. The permit writer for Cargill Meat
Solutions Corp. stated that the ammonia as N limits were more stringent than the water quality
criteria and are based on waste load allocations (Ewoldt, 2012). The ammonia as N permit limits
are (NE DEQ, 2009):
•	Winter: 4.0 mg/L monthly average, 8.0 mg/L daily maximum (equal to BAT
limitations).
•	Spring: 2.58 mg/L monthly average, 5.17 mg/L daily maximum.
•	Summer: 1.89 mg/L monthly average, 3.79 mg/L daily maximum.
24 Cargill Meat Solutions in Schuyler, NE, accounted for 6 percent of the 2009 TRI nitrate compound TWPE (U.S.
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Cargill Meat Solutions Corp. (Ottumwa, IA)
Cargill Meat Solutions, Corp. (Cargill Ottumwa) in Ottumwa, IA, is a hog
slaughterhouse. Treated process wastewater is discharged via outfall 001 to the Des Moines
River. The treatment for process wastewater discharged through outfall 001 consists of grit
removal, settling, chlorination, and an oxidation ditch. Non-contact cooling water from
refrigeration and processing equipment is discharged via outfall 002. Wastewater from the
facility's third outfall, outfall 801, is a combined waste stream from outfalls 001 and 002 (IA
DNR, 2009).
The facility permit, issued May 2009, includes total nitrogen permit limits of 134 mg/L
monthly average and 194 mg/L daily maximum. The permit includes ammonia as N limits of 4.0
mg/L monthly average and 8.0 mg/L daily maximum. These limits are based on 40 CFR Part 432
(IA DNR, 2009).
John Morrell & Company (Sioux Falls, SD)
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the South Dakota Department of
Environment and Natural Resources (SD DENR). The state confirmed that the John Morrell &
Company facility in Sioux Falls, SD, is currently operating under an administratively continued
permit which expired March 31, 2005. According to this permit, the facility discharges treated
process wastewater via outfall 001 (SD DENR, 2000b).
The facility's 2000 permit does not include total nitrogen limits. The permit includes the
following ammonia as N permit limits, which are based on a total maximum daily load based on
the background water quality of the Big Sioux River near Sioux Falls, the surface water quality
standard for un-ionized ammonia (0.04 mg/L), and best professional judgment. The 30-day
average ammonia limits are based on their allocation of the allowable waste load (SD DENR,
2000a; SD DENR, 2000b):
•	Spring (April-May): 70 lb/day monthly average, 123 lb/day daily maximum.
•	Summer (June - August): 58 lb/day monthly average, 102 lb/day daily maximum.
•	Fall (September - October): 75 lb/day monthly average, 131 lb/day daily maximum.
•	Winter (November -March): 163 lb/day monthly average, 285 lb/day daily
maximum.
Table 3-44 presents the John Morrell Sioux Falls facility's ammonia as N 2013 DMR
average daily concentration and wastewater flow data for outfall 001. EPA calculated the
average quantities using the reported concentrations and wastewater flows, and compared them
to the seasonal permit limits for ammonia as N. As shown, the 2013 ammonia as N discharges
are below the allowable period load based on the permit limits.
Table 3-44. John Morrell's Sioux Falls Facility's 2013 DMR Discharges for
Ammonia as N, Outfall 001
Monitoring
Period I.ikI
Diilc
\\ ilMl'WilllT
1 low (MCI))
A\er;iiie l);iil\
( oncent r;ilion
(m»/l.)
( ;ik'iil;ili'(l \\criii£i-
Oii;inlil> (ll)/d;i\)
NPDI'.S Mon(hl\ \\criiiii'
Permit l.iniil (ll)/d;i\)
31-Jan-13
2.17
1.13
20.5
163
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Table 3-44. John Morrell's Sioux Falls Facility's 2013 DMR Discharges for
Ammonia as N, Outfall 001
Monitoring

A\crsi}»c D.iilj


Period I.ihI
\\ iislewiiUT
( oncen 1 r;ition
( iilcnliilod A\emtio
NPDI'.S Monllih A\emtio
Diilc
I-low (MCI))
(m»/l.)
Oii;inlil> (lh/d;i\)
Permit Limit (ll)/d;i\)
28-Feb-13
2.19
1.05
19.2
163
31-Mar-13
2.14
0.91
16.3
163
30-Apr-13
2.16
0.94
16.9
70
31-May-13
2.17
0.86
15.6
70
30-Jun-13
2.29
0.88
16.8
58
31-Jul-13
2.14
0.72
12.9
58
31-Aug-13
2.33
0.67
13.0
58
30-Sep-13
2.26
0.72
13.6
75
31-Oct-13
2.03
0.80
13.6
75
30-Nov-13
2.14
0.77
13.8
163
31-Dec-13
2.02
1.12
18.9
163
Source: DMR Loading Tool; SD DENR, 2000b for permit limits
Note: Rounding of calculated limits may mean actual monitoring period loads vary slightly.
Pilgrim's Pride Corp. (Mount Pleasant, TX)
Pilgrim's Pride Corp - Mt Pleasant Complex, in Mount Pleasant, TX, is a poultry first
processing plant covered by 40 CFR Part 432, Subcategory K. EPA previously reviewed this
facility as part of the 2011 and 2012 Annual Review Reports (U.S. EPA, 2012 and 2014a). The
facility's permit, which was recently under a major amendment change since the 2012 Annual
Review, includes limits for total nitrogen and seasonal limits for ammonia as N. According to the
facility permit, the facility discharges treated process wastewater via outfall 001. The process
wastewater is treated by primary and secondary screening for solids removal, flow equalization,
dissolved air flotation with chemical addition, biotower treatment, two activated sludge aeration
basins, two final clarifiers, sand filtration, chlorination, and dechlorination (TCEQ, 2015).
The total nitrogen permit limits are based on 40 CFR Part 432 and are 103 mg/L monthly
average, 147 mg/L daily maximum. The ammonia as N permit limits are based on water quality
criteria and equal to 40 CFR Part 432. They are (TCEQ, 2015):
•	Winter: 4.0 mg/L monthly average, 8.0 mg/L daily maximum.
•	Summer: 1.0 mg/L monthly average, 2.0 mg/L daily maximum.
Tyson Farms, Inc. (Carthage, MS)
Tyson Farms, Inc., Carthage Processing Plant in Carthage, MS, is a poultry first
processor covered by 40 CFR Part 432, Subcategory K. The facility discharges treated process
and sanitary wastewater, as well as non-contact cooling water, from outfall 001 into Cobbs Creek
via Pickens Branch (MDEQ, 2010a). The facility's treatment process includes screens, anaerobic
lagoons, activated sludge, sedimentation, disinfection, and dechlorination (MDEQ, 2010b).
The total nitrogen permit limits are based on 40 CFR Part 432 and are 103 mg/L monthly
average, 147 mg/L daily maximum. The ammonia as N permit limits are not seasonally based
and are 2.0 mg/L monthly average, 3.0 mg/L daily maximum (MDEQ, 2010a).
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Nitrate Compounds Discharge Summary
EPA has determined the following for the top 2013 TRI nitrate compound dischargers:
• The total TRI nitrate compound TWPE decreased from 2009 to 2013; however, for
seven of the top fifteen facilities the TRI nitrate compound TWPE increased during
this period. Further five of the top seven facilities reported an increase of 20 percent
or more, as shown in Table 3-42. As Table 3-45 shows, three of the five facility
permits further reviewed as part of the 2015 Annual Review are in compliance with
40 CFR Part 432 total nitrogen limitations. One permit is currently under revision and
is expected to include total nitrogen limits. EPA determined that one facility (Cargill
Meat Solutions, in Schuyler, NE), while likely captured in the applicability of 40 CFR
Part 432, Subcategory B, does not include total nitrogen limits (the ELGs specify
total nitrogen limits). The ammonia as N limits included in this facility's permit are
more stringent than 40 CFR Part 432 for ammonia.
Table 3-45. Findings for Select 2013 TRI Nitrate Compound Dischargers
Facility
Name
State
Subpart
Date
Permit
Issued
40 CFR Part
432 Total
Nitrogen Max
Daily (mg/L)
40 CFR Part 432
Total Nitrogen
Max Monthly
Average (mg/L)
EPA Findings
Cargill
Meat
Solutions
NE
B
October
2009
NA
NA
Permit limits are more
stringent than 40 CFR Part
432 for ammonia; however,
permit does not include total
nitrogen limits.
Cargill
Meat
Solutions
IA
ND
May 2009
194
134
Permit limits based on 40
CFR Part 432 total nitrogen
and ammonia limitations.
John
Morrell &
Co.
SD
ND
April 2000
NA
NA
Facility is operating under
an administratively
continued permit, which is
currently under revision.
ELGs were not incorporated
into existing permit since it
was issued prior to the
effective date of the ELG.
Pilgrim's
Pride
Corp.
TX
K
June 2015
147
103
Total nitrogen permit limits
based on 40 CFR Part 432
limitations. Ammonia
permit limits based on water
quality criteria equal to 40
CFR Part 432 limitations.
Tyson's
Farm, Inc.
MS
K
December
2010
147
103
Permit limits based on 40
CFR Part 432 total nitrogen
limitations.
Sources: IA DNR, 2009; NE DEQ, 2009; SD DEQ, 2000b; TCEQ, 2015; and MDEQ, 2010a.
NA = Not applicable
ND = Not determined
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3.6.4 Meat and Poultry Category Hydrogen Sulfide Releases in TRI
EPA's investigation of the hydrogen sulfide releases revealed that four facilities account
for 93 percent of the 2013 TRI hydrogen sulfide releases (shown in Table 3-46). EPA did not
investigate the remaining facilities discharging hydrogen sulfide as part of the 2015 Annual
Review.
Table 3-46. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Releases
Facility Name
Facility Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Released
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.
Hillsdale, IL
5,320
14,900
39.5%
Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.
Lexington, NE
3,350
9,380
24.9%
Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.
Columbus Junction, IA
2,220
6,220
16.5%
John Morrell & Co.
Sioux Falls, SD
1,600
4,490
11.9%
All other hydrogen sulfide releases in the Meat and
Poultry Category3
986
2,760
7.3%
Total
13,500
37,700
100%
Source: TRILTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Seven additional facilities reported hydrogen sulfide releases in the 2013 TRI.
Hydrogen sulfide discharges from meat and poultry facilities result from the anaerobic
treatment of process wastewater. Anaerobic treatment is advantageous for treating wastewater
from meat and poultry facilities because it requires low levels of energy to digest the high
concentration of organic solid fractions of animal by-products from slaughterhouse facilities.
Anaerobic lagoons are a common form of wastewater treatment. The degradation of the organic
material typically emits methane and carbon dioxide; ammonium and hydrogen sulfide are also
produced in trace amounts. The pH of the wastewater determines the composition of air
emissions; for example, a pH lower than 6 produces more hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide
emissions. Covering the lagoons improves heat retention, though a layer of scum typically forms
on the lagoon surface, even if uncovered, which also reduces heat loss and emissions of
malodorous compounds, such as hydrogen sulfide (U.S. EPA, 2002). The Meat and Poultry
ELGs do not include limitations and standards for hydrogen sulfide.
Aerobic treatment of process wastewater can also result in hydrogen sulfide emissions.
Facultative lagoons combine aerobic and anaerobic degradation, providing an aerobic upper
layer and an anaerobic bottom layer, which digests the settleable solids in the wastewater.
Though sulfides are created within the anaerobic layer, these emissions are typically oxidized
before releasing into the atmosphere (U.S. EPA, 2002).
As discussed in Section 2.2.2.1 and Section 3.3 of this report, EPA announced that it was
lifting the 1994 Administrative Stay of the reporting requirements for hydrogen sulfide on
October 17, 2011 (76 FR 64022). Facilities were required to report environmental releases of
hydrogen sulfide to TRI beginning with the reporting year 2012, including releases to water.
EPA did not perform a TRA in 2014; therefore, EPA is reviewing hydrogen sulfide discharges
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for the first time as part of the 2015 Annual Review. EPA is focusing on hydrogen sulfide
releases reported by direct dischargers in the 2013 TRI.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the four facilities presented in Table
3-46 to determine how they are calculating hydrogen sulfide releases. Because only two parent
companies own the four facilities in Table 3-46, EPA summarized the findings by parent
company in the following sub-sections.
Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.
The facilities located in Hillsdale, IL, Lexington, NE, and Columbus Junction, IA, are all
direct dischargers and employ different wastewater treatment techniques, as summarized in
Table 3-47. The Hillsdale and Lexington facilities are complex beef slaughterhouses (IL EPA,
2011; NE DEQ, 2010). The facility in Columbus Junction is a complex hog slaughterhouse
(Heeb, 2015). The company contact stated that hydrogen sulfide concentrations are generally
similar between facilities (Dirks, 2014).
Table 3-47. Wastewater Treatment Steps at Various Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc. Facilities
Wastewater Treatment Steps
Hillsdale, IL
Columbus Junction, IA
Lexington, NE
Anaerobic lagoon (covered)
X

X
Anaerobic lagoon (uncovered)

X

Biogas handling
X

X
Anoxic process
X

X
Aeration process
X
X
X
Secondary clarification
X
X
X
Chlorination
X
X
X
Dechlorination
X
X
X
Discharge to stream
X
X
X
Source: Dirks, 2014.
The three facilities have similar procedures for estimating their hydrogen sulfide releases.
The facilities use limited samples of soluble sulfide and pH, in addition to known proportions of
hydrogen sulfide and hydrosulfide ion in dissolved sulfide (assuming a neutral solution), to
convert this sulfide concentration into hydrogen sulfide. The amount of hydrogen sulfide, in
pounds, is estimated using a conversion based on the wastewater flow and calculated hydrogen
sulfide concentration. The TRI reported releases are not a result of direct sampling of hydrogen
sulfide at any of the three facilities (Dirks, 2014).
In an effort to further understand the reported releases of hydrogen sulfide to TRI, EPA
reviewed available DMR data for the Hillsdale and Lexington facilities, however, neither
facility's permit limits or requires monitoring for hydrogen sulfide. The Columbus Junction
facility permit is still under review due to a Use Attainability Analysis (UAA) concerning the
receiving stream, therefore, the facility only has TRI data available (Heeb, 2015).
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John Morrell & Co.
John Morrell & Company's facility in Sioux Falls, SD, reported direct releases of
hydrogen sulfide to TRI in 2013 based on published emission factors (i.e., basis of estimate code
El). As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the facility and confirmed that the TRI
hydrogen sulfide releases are estimated from treatment processes at the facility based on
calculations using collection efficiencies and emission factors developed at the facility (Schulz,
2014). Therefore, the TRI reported releases are not a result of direct sampling. EPA reviewed
available DMR data for this facility and determined that the facility's discharge permit does not
limit or require monitoring of hydrogen sulfide.
Hydrogen Sulfide Discharge Summary
Based on company contacts, EPA determined that three facilities estimated their
hydrogen sulfide releases reported to TRI based on soluble sulfide sampling data. The company
contact for these facilities stated that this approach likely accurately represents potential releases
to surface waters as reported to TRI. A fourth facility reviewed used emission factors to estimate
their reported hydrogen sulfide releases. These four facilities account for 93 percent of the
hydrogen sulfide releases reported to TRI in 2013.
3.6.5 Meat and Poultry Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Meat and Poultry Category discharges resulted primarily
from nitrate compound and hydrogen sulfide releases reported to TRI. From the 2015 Annual
Review, EPA found:
•	Nitrate. Fifteen meat and poultry facilities account for the majority of TRI nitrate
compound releases. EPA previously reviewed many of these in recent annual
reviews. For the 2015 Annual Review, EPA focused its review on five facilities
whose nitrate compound TWPE increased from 2009 to 2013. Three of these facility
permits are in compliance with current total nitrogen ELGs. One permit is currently
under revision and is expected to include total nitrogen limitations specified in the
ELGs. EPA determined that one facility is likely captured in the applicability of 40
CFR Part 432, Subcategory B; however, the permit does not include total nitrogen
limitations. The ammonia as N limitations included in this facility's permit are more
stringent than local water quality criteria.
•	Hydrogen Sulfide. Four facilities accounted for the majority of the hydrogen sulfide
releases. All four facilities reported direct releases of hydrogen sulfide to TRI. Three
of the four facilities are estimating their hydrogen sulfide releases by using soluble
sulfide sampling data collected at the facilities. A company contact for three of the
facilities believes that the direct releases of hydrogen sulfide they report to TRI
accurately represent potential releases to receiving waters. EPA determined that the
other facility is using published emission factors, and not direct wastewater sampling,
to estimate hydrogen sulfide releases. EPA is uncertain as to how representative the
data are of actual releases.
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3.6.6 Meat and Poultry Category References
1.	Dirks, Kim & Christopher Logue. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication
between Kim Dirks, Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc., Christopher Logue, Tyson Fresh
Meats, Inc., and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: TRI
Clarification for Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges. (December 22). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08152.
2.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review for Point
Source Category - 432 - Meat and Poultry. (September). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08153.
3.	Ewoldt, Cay. 2012. Telephone and Email Communication Between Cay Ewoldt,
NPDES Permits and Compliance Unit, NE DEQ, and Kimberly Landick, Eastern
Research Group, Inc., Re: Meat and Poultry Facility Nitrogen Discharges.
(January 25). EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0250.
4.	Heeb, Wendy. 2015. Telephone Communication Between Wendy Heeb, Iowa
Department of Natural Resources, and Kara Edquist, Eastern Research Group,
Inc., Re: Obtaining Tyson Fresh Meats, Columbus Junction, IA permit. (June 8).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08154.
5.	IL EPA. 2011. Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. Public Notice of
Facility Permit for NPDES Permit: Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc., Hillsdale, IL
(IL0003913). (June 3). EPA-HQ-OW2010-0824-0248.
6.	IA DNR. 2009. Iowa Department of Natural Resources. NPDES Permit: Cargill
Meat Solutions Corporation, Ottumwa, IA (IA0060569). (May 6). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08155.
7.	MDEQ. 2010a. Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES
Permit: Tyson Food, Inc., Carthage, MS (MS0026140). (December 6). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08157.
8.	MDEQ. 2010b. Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. Permit
Rationale for Reissuance for NPDES Permit: Tyson Foods, Inc., Carthage, MS
(MS0026140). (September 29). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08156.
9.	NE DEQ. 2009. Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES Permit
and Fact Sheet: Cargill Meat Solutions Corp., Schuyler, NE (NE0000795).
(October 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0242.
10.	NE DEQ. 2010. Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES Permit
and Fact Sheet: Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc., Lexington, NE (NE0123501). (October
1). EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0241.
11.	Schulz, Charles. 2014. Telephone Communication between Charles Schulz, John
Morrell & Co., and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 TRI
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Hydrogen Sulfide Discharges for John Morrell & Co. (December 22). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08158.
12.	SD DENR. 2000a. South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural
Resources. NPDES Permit: John Morell and Company, Sioux Falls, SD
(SD0000078). (April 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08159.
13.	SD DENR. 2000b. South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural
Resources. Addendum for NPDES Permit: John Morell and Company, Sioux
Falls, SD (SD0000078). (July 5). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08160.
14.	TCEQ. 2015. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. Notice of
Application and Preliminary Decision for Water Quality TPDES Permit
Amendment for Industrial Wastewater for NPDES Permit: Pilgrim's Pride Corp.,
Mount Pleasant, TX (TX0062936). (June). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08161.
15.	U. S. EPA. 2002. Development Document for the Proposed Effluent Limitations
Guidelines and Standards for the Meat and Poultry Products Industry Point
Source Category. Washington, D.C. (January). EPA-821-B-01-007. EPA-HQ-
OW-2010-0824-0233.
16.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
17.	U.S. EPA. 2014a. The 2012 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-004. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0320.
18.	U.S. EPA. 2014b. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
19.	U. S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
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3.7 Mineral Mining and Processing (40 CFR Part 436)
EPA identified the Mineral Mining and Processing (Mineral Mining) Category for
preliminary review because it ranks high again, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents
(TWPE), in the final 2015 combined point source category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed
discharges from this category as part of the 2004, 2010, and 2011 Annual Reviews in which it
also ranked high (U.S. EPA, 2004, 2011, 2012). This section summarizes the results of the 2015
Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015 review on discharges of chloride, aluminum, and fluoride
because of their high TWPE relative to the other pollutants discharged by facilities in the
Mineral Mining Category. Fluoride, reviewed as part of the 2010 and 2011 Annual Reviews,
continued to be a top pollutant of concern. For the 2015 Annual Review, available discharge data
also showed significant contributions of chloride and aluminum.
3.7.1 Mineral Mining Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-48 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the Mineral Mining
Category from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in
2012 or 2014, but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual
review, as described in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). During
the 2015 Annual Review, EPA did not identify any data corrections to the 2013 Discharge
Monitoring Report (DMR) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) discharge data for the Mineral
Mining Category.
Table 3-48. Mineral Mining Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013
Ye.ir of
Dischiiriic
Yesirof
Re\ ic'\\
Minoi'iil Mining Csilcgon l';icili(\ Con ills'1
Minci'iil Mining ('silicon TWIM".
Tul;il TRI
l-'iicililios
loliil l)MK
Mii.jor
l-'iicililios
loliil DMR
Minor
l-'iicililios
TRI
1 w pi-:1*
dmktwim:1
Tolsil
iwpi:
2009
2011
91
26
113
5,430
44,700d
50,100d
2011
2013
82
20
127
2,950
31,200
34,100
2013
2015
81
9
76
4,710
139,000
144,000
Sources: TRfReleases2009 v2, DMRLoads2009_v2, and 2011 Annual Review Report (for 2009 DMR and TRI data)
(U.S. EPA, 2012); DMRLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 DMR); TRlLTOutput201 l_vl (for 2011 TRI);
DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI)
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
a Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct releases to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals.
0 Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
d 2009 data after corrections were made during the 2011 Annual Review.
As shown in Table 3-48, the DMR and total TWPE decreased from 2009 to 2011 and
increased significantly from 2011 to 2013. The number of TRI facilities decreased from 2009 to
2013, while the total number of DMR facilities increased slightly from 2009 to 2011 but then
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decreased substantially from 2011 to 2013. The increase in TWPE from 2011 to 2013 is
primarily due to discharges from the facilities described in the sections below. The decrease in
the number of facilities from 2011 to 2013 is due to decreases in minor facilities in two states,
Colorado and Ohio (DMR Loading Tool).
3.7.2 Mineral Mining Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Mineral Mining Category focused on the 2013 DMR
discharges because the DMR data dominate the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-49 shows
the five pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 DMR TWPE. As a point of
comparison, Table 3-49 shows the 2011 DMR facility count and TWPE for these top five
pollutants, based on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014).
Chloride, aluminum, and fluoride contribute more than 81 percent of the total 2013 DMR
TWPE. Of these top pollutants, only fluoride is a regulated pollutant in the Mineral Mining
Category effluent limitations guidelines and standards (ELGs) (40 CFR Part 436). EPA's
investigations of reported discharges of the top three pollutants are presented in Sections 3.7.3
and 3.7.4. EPA did not investigate the other pollutants, including iron and cyanide, as part of the
2015 Annual Review, because they represent a small percentage (11 percent) of the 2013 DMR
TWPE for the Mineral Mining Category.
Table 3-49. Mineral Mining Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollutant1*
2013 DMR Data1'
2011 DMR Data1'
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant'
TWPE
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant'
TWPE
Chloride
21
45,900
25
8,990
Aluminum
12
45,200
15
3,080
Fluoride
13
21,700
14
11,500
Iron
17
8,150
36
580
Cyanide
4
7,670
6
523
Top Pollutant Total
NA
129,000
NA
24,700
Mineral Mining
Category Total
85
139,000
147
31,200
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TNPE);DMRLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 TWPE).
NA: Not applicable.
a Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
b Iron and cyanide discharges combined contribute 11 percent of the 2013 category DMR TWPE. Therefore, EPA
did not review iron or cyanide discharges as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
0 Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
3.7.3 Mineral Mining Category Chloride and Aluminum Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of chloride discharges revealed that two facilities, SES Assets LLC
(formerly Lambert Dock) in Belmont, WV, and Cedar Lake Plant in Seagraves, TX, account for
96 percent of the 2013 DMR chloride discharges (shown in Table 3-50). In addition, EPA's
investigation of the aluminum discharges revealed that SES Assets LLC in Belmont, WV, also
accounts for 95 percent of the 2013 DMR aluminum discharges (shown in Table 3-51). Because
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SES Assets accounts for the majority of both the chloride and aluminum discharges, these
discharges are reviewed together in this section. EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities
discharging chloride or aluminum as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-50. Top 2013 DMR Chloride Discharging Facilities
l-'acilil> Name
l-'aciliM
locution
Pounds of
Polliilanl
Discharged
Polliilanl
T\\ IT.
Pcrccnl of
( alcgon IWPI.
SES Assets LLC (formerly Lambert Dock)
Belmont, WV
1,380,000,000
33,600
73%
Cedar Lake Plant
Seagraves, TX
429,000,000
10,400
23%
All other chloride dischargers in the Mineral Mining
Category3
75,900,000
1,850
4%
Total
1,880,000,000
45,900
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013 vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 19 additional facilities submitted chloride discharges in the 2013 DMR data.

Table 3-51. Top 2013 DMR Aluminum Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility
Location
Pounds of
Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
SES Assets LLC (formerly Lambert Dock)
Belmont, WV
717,000
43,000
95%
All other aluminum dischargers in the Mineral Mining
Category3
36,100
2,160
5%
Total
753,000
45,200
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
" 11 additional facilities submitted aluminum discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
SES Assets, LLC (Chloride and Aluminum Discharges)
SES Assets LLC (formerly Lambert Dock), in Belmont, WV, discharges chloride and
aluminum through three outfalls. SES is a sand and gravel hauling facility that has large salt piles
on site. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the facility about their chloride and
aluminum discharges. The facility contact confirmed the 2013 chloride and aluminum discharges
and explained that the discharges are from surface runoff from the large contaminated salt piles
that SES Assets inherited from Lambert Trucking in 2010. The salt is stored onsite and sold to
the West Virginia Department of Transportation for winter road use. The piles have been onsite
since the 1970s and are located near outfall 002 and 003. Table 3-52 presents the 2011 through
2014 DMR chloride and aluminum discharges for SES Assets, LLC. After SES Assets acquired
the facility in 2010, stricter reporting was enforced (Goble, 2014). Previously, before the
acquisition, the facility did not submit consistent DMR data.
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Table 3-52. SES Assets, LLC Chloride and Aluminum Discharges for 2011 - 2014
Year of Discharge
Chloride TWPE
Aluminum TWPE
2011
636
2,810
2012
44,200
20,600
2013
33,600
43,000
2014
2,500
1,390
Source: DMR Loading Tool
The facility contact indicated that over the last two years the company has implemented
remediation efforts on site, such as salt storage pad berm repair and repair of outfalls 002 and
003 (Goble, 2014). This is reflected in the decreased chloride and aluminum TWPE from 2013 to
2014, shown in Table 3-52. However, the facility contact stated that the company is selling their
remaining salt piles and does not plan to store salt on site in the future (Goble, 2014). EPA
expects the discharges from this facility to decrease in future years.
Cedar Lake Plant (Chloride Discharges)
Cedar Lake Plant, owned by Cooper Natural Resources Inc., in Seagraves, TX,
discharges chloride through two outfalls, 001 and 003. The facility produces anhydrous sodium
sulfate from brine extracted from Cedar Lake, a saline lake. Spent brine is returned to the lake
via outfall 001, along with plant floor wash water, condensate from evaporation processes, and
stormwater. Wastewater from pump house floor washdown, booster pump noncontact cooling
water, stormwater, and occasional brine tank overflow are all discharged through outfall 002.
EPA did not review DMR data from outfall 002 as part of this review because the outfall does
not have chloride discharges. Cooling tower blowdown from the evaporation pond, intermittent
brine tank overflow, stormwater runoff, culvert wash water, and tank washdown are discharged
through outfall 003. Because the facility withdraws and discharges to Cedar Lake, 40 CFR
436.122(b) allows net limitations to be applied (TCEQ, 2009). Therefore, there are no reportable
limits for TDS, chloride, or sulfate; rather the wastewater discharge may not fall below the
quality of the water withdrawn (TCEQ, 2009).
Chloride is not a regulated pollutant in the Mineral Mining Category ELGs. Historical
discharge data to support the no reportable limits in Cedar Lake's permit are provided in the
Statement of Basis/Technical Summary for the facility (TCEQ, 2009). The facility's permit
expired on December 1, 2014 and an updated permit and Statement of Basis/Technical Summary
have been drafted (TCEQ, 2015). Table 3-53 presents the average monthly flow and chloride
discharges for all three outfalls from 2004 through 2009 and 2009 through 2014 as presented in
the Statement of Basis/Technical Summary documents (TCEQ, 2009 and TCEQ, 2015). EPA
compared these discharges to the 2013 DMR average monthly discharges for outfalls 001 and
002 in Table 3-53 to show that they are consistent with those presented in the Statement of
Basis/Technical Summary documents from TCEQ.
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Table 3-53. Cedar Lake Plant's Historical and 2013 DMR Monthly Chloride Discharges

Outfall 001
Outfall 002
Outfall 003
Flow
(MGD)
Chloride
Concentration
(mg/L)
Flow
(MGD)
Chloride
Concentration
(mg/L)
Flow
(MGD)
Chloride
Concentration
(mg/L)
Average Monthly Discharge, 2004 - 2009
2004-2009 Average of
Daily Avga
1.06
92,968
0.026
26,822
0.027
52,316
2004-2009 Maximum of
Daily Maxb
1.58
116,886
0.28
95,497
0.06
97,746
Average Monthly Effluent, 2009 - 2014
2009-2014 Average of
Daily Avga
1.259
93,769
No discharge reported
0.148
66,857
2009-2014 Maximum of
Daily Maxb
1.575
166,000
1.305
211,000
Average Daily Discharge, 2013 DMR Data
31-Jan-13
1.305
104,225
No discharge reported
0.012
68,450
28-Feb-13
1.305
95,050
0.012
78,300
31-Mar-13
1.305
98,400
0.011
87,900
30-Apr-13
1.305
89,160
0.1
70,367
31-May-13
1.305
104,950
0.015
77,250
30-Jun-13
1.27
91,950
0.022
44,800
31-Jul-13
1.305
127,400
0.007
30,850
31-Aug-13
1.305
104,175
0.013
54,275
30-Sep-13
1.305
120,175
0.012
93,067
31-Oct-13
1.305
109,733
0.012
57,233
30-Nov-13
1.305
128,800
0.005
130,000
31-Dec-13
1.305
110,750
0
0
Source: TCEQ, 2009; TCEQ, 2015; DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
a Average of Daily Avg values are the average of all daily average values for the reporting period.
b Maximum of Daily Max values are the individual maximum values for the reporting period.
Table 3-53 shows that the 2013 DMR discharges are similar in magnitude to discharges
used to determine the no reportable limit in the facility's permit. Additionally, as noted above,
the facility withdraws and discharges to Cedar Lake allowing net limitations to be applied.
3.7.4 Mineral Mining Category Fluoride Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the fluoride discharges revealed that PCS Phosphate White
Springs, in White Springs, FL, accounts for 69 percent of the 2013 DMR fluoride discharges
(shown in Table 3-54). EPA did not investigate the remaining 12 facilities discharging fluoride
as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
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Table 3-54. Top 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
PCS Phosphate White Springs
White Springs, FL
496,000
14,900
69%
All other fluoride dischargers in the Mineral Mining
Category3
226,000
6,770
31%
Total
722,000
21,700
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 12 additional facilities submitted fluoride discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
PCS Phosphate White Springs generates wastewater from open-pit mining of phosphate
rock, beneficiation of the rock, manufacture of sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid, production of
fertilizer components and animal-feed supplements, and stormwater runoff. The facility's
treatment system includes pH adjustment and chemical precipitation using lime; settling and
sedimentation; and adsorption/absorption on mining waste clay particles in clay settling areas
(FL DEP, 2013).
PCS Phosphate White Springs discharges fluoride from outfalls 001, 002, 003, and 004.
All four outfalls have a monthly average reporting requirement for fluoride and a daily maximum
permit limit of 10 mg/L (FL DEP, 2013). Table 3-55 presents the average monthly flows and
fluoride discharge concentrations for three outfalls in 2013; the facility reported no discharges
from outfall 003 in 2013. There are multiple internal outfalls that feed into 001, so the facility
samples at a point in Swift Creek where 001 discharges. None of the fluoride concentrations,
shown in Table 3-55, exceed the daily maximum permit limit. As part of the 2015 Annual
Review, EPA contacted the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FL DEP), which
confirmed the facility's 2013 fluoride discharges (FL DEP, 2015).
Table 3-55. PCS Phosphate White Spring's 2013 DMR Monthly Average Fluoride
Discharges
Dale
Oulfall 001
Oulfall 002
Oulfall 004
Flow
(\l(,l)>
Fluoride
( onccnlralion
Flow (\K,I)>
Fluoride
( onccnlralion
(mg/L)
Flow
(MCD)
Fluoride
( onccnlralion
31-Jan-13
25.0
2.3
1.1
0.6
0.9
0.7
28-Feb-13
30.4
1.6
1.0
1.2
3.3
0.6
31-Mar-13
59.4
1.9
1.0
3.0
2.9
0.8
30-Apr-13
65.7
2.1
1.0
3.9
4.5
0.9
31-May-13
53.3
2.9
1.4
5.0
6.0
1.1
30-Jun-13
99.9
2.5
0.9
5.6
5.5
0.9
31-Jul-13
144
2.3
0.8
9.0
18.9
0.9
31-Aug-13
90.9
2.7
0.8
3.2
5.2
0.9
30-Sep-13
72.4
2.5
0.8
1.9
1.5
0.7
31-Oct-13
33.8
2.9
0.0
0.0
0.9
0.7
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Table 3-55. PCS Phosphate White Spring's 2013 DMR Monthly Average Fluoride
Discharges
Dale
()iill';ill 001
OiiHiill 002
()iill';ill 004
How
(MCI))
Huoriric
( oiicciilralion
(iiiii/l.)
1 low (MCI))
Huoriric
(oiicciilralion
(m»/l.)
l-'low
(MCI))
Huoriric
(oniTiili'iilioii
(m»/l.)
30-Nov-13
25.4
3.0
0.0
0.0
1.8
1.0
31-Dec-13
52.2
3.2
0.8
1.1
4.2
1.1
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl
Table 3-56 presents PCS Phosphate White Spring's total fluoride discharges from 2011
through 2014. As shown, discharges have increased from 2011 to 2014, almost doubling between
2013 and 2014.
Table 3-56. PCS Phosphate White Spring's Fluoride Discharges for 2011 - 2014
Year of Discharge
Fluoride TWPE
2011
5,570
2012
12,100
2013
14,900
2014
27,200
Source: DMR Loading Tool
3.7.5 Mineral Mining Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Mineral Mining Category discharges resulted primarily
from chloride, aluminum, and fluoride discharges reported on DMRs. From the 2015 Annual
Review, EPA found:
•	Chloride and Aluminum. SES Assets, (formerly Lambert Dock) in Belmont, WV,
and Cedar Lake Plant, in Seagraves, TX, account for 96 percent of the 2013 DMR
chloride discharges. SES Assets also accounts for 95 percent of the 2013 DMR
aluminum discharges.
-	SES Assets' chloride and aluminum discharges can be attributed to the large salt
piles the facility has on site. SES Assets has implemented remediation efforts, is
selling its remaining salt piles, and does not plan to store salt on site in the future.
For this reason, EPA does not consider these discharges to be representative of the
Mineral Mining Category.
-	Cedar Lake Plant has net limitations because they withdraw from and discharge to
the same saline body of water. Additionally, chloride concentrations have been
consistent from 2004 through 2013. For these reasons, EPA does not consider
these discharges to be representative of the Mineral Mining Category.
•	Fluoride. One facility, PCS Phosphate White Springs in White Springs, FL,
contributed 69 percent of the 2013 DMR fluoride discharges. The facility's
discharges have increased from 2011 to 2014.
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3.7.6 Mineral Mining Category References
1.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review for Point
Source Category - 436 - Mineral Mining and Processing. (September). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08162.
2.	FL DEP. 2013. Florida Department of Environmental Protection. NPDES Permit:
PCS Phosphates White Springs, White Springs, FL (FL0000655). (March 18).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08163.
3.	FL DEP. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Tom Kallemeyn,
Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and Kara Edquist, Eastern
Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharges. (May 6). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08164.
4.	Goble, Billey. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication Between Billey
Goble, SES Services, and Diane Perkins, Cirrus Associates, and Kimberly Bartell,
Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Aluminum, Chloride Discharges.
(December 18). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08165.
5.	TCEQ. 2009. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. NPDES Permit
Statement of Basis/Technical Summary: Cooper Natural Resources, Cedar Lake
Plant, Seagraves, TX (TX0112038). (December 19). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08166.
6.	TCEQ. 2015. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. NPDES Permit
Statement of Basis/Technical Summary: Cooper Natural Resources, Cedar Lake
Plant, Seagraves, TX (TX0112038). (March 31). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08167.
7.	U.S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-821-R-04-014. EPA-HQ-OW-
2003-0074-1346 through 1352.
8.	U.S. EPA. 2011. Technical Support document for the 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-820-R-10-021. EPA-HQ-OW-
2008-0517-0618.
9.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
10.	U.S. EPA. 2014. Final 2012 and Preliminary 2014 Effluent Guidelines Program
Plans. Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-820-R-14-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-
0170-0002.
11.	U. S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
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3.8 Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 421)
EPA identified the Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing (NFMM) Category for preliminary
review because it ranks high again, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE), in the
final 2015 combined point source category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed discharges from
this category as part of the 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, and 2013 Annual Reviews in which it
also ranked high (U.S. EPA, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012, 2014). This section summarizes the
results of the 2015 Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015 review on discharges of cadmium and
fluoride because of their high TWPE relative to the other pollutants discharged by facilities in
the NFMM Category. Cadmium, reviewed as part of the 2013 Annual Review, continues to be a
top pollutant of concern. For the 2015 Annual Review, available discharge data also showed
significant contributions of fluoride.
3.8.1 NFMM Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-57 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the NFMM Category
from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in 2012 or 2014,
but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual review, as described
in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). During the 2015 Annual
Review, EPA did not identify any data corrections to the 2013 Discharge Monitoring Report
(DMR) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) discharge data for the NFMM Category.
Table 3-57. NFMM Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported for
2009, 2011, and 2013
Ye.ir of
Dischiiriic
Yeiiiol-
Ro\ ic'\\
M MM ('silicon l";icili(\ ( oimis'1
MMM CsiU-Kon TWPI.
1 oliil TRI
l-'iicililios
Tul.il l)MK
Mii.jor
l-'iicililios
loliil DMR
Minor
l-'iicililios
TRI
1 w pi-:1*
DMK IWPI/
loliil
TWPI.
2009
2011
121
29
19
40,500
160,000d
201,000d
2011
2013
119
28
23
42,900
330,000e
373,000e
2013
2015
108
18
11
34,300
187,000
221,000
Sources: 2013 Annual Review Report (for 2009 and 2011 DMR and TRI data) (U.S. EPA, 2014);
DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI)
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
a Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals.
0 Includes DMR data from both maj or and minor dischargers.
d 2009 data after corrections were made during the 2011 Annual Review.
e 2011 data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
As shown in Table 3-57, the total TWPE increased from 2009 to 2011 and decreased
from 2011 to 2013. Additionally, the number of TRI facilities decreased from 2009 to 2013,
while the total number of DMR facilities increased from 2009 to 2011, then decreased
significantly from 2011 to 2013.
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3.8.2 NFMM Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the NFMM Category focused on the 2013 DMR discharges
because the DMR data dominate the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-58 shows the five
pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 DMR TWPE. As a point of comparison,
Table 3-58 shows the 2011 DMR facility count and TWPE for these top five pollutants, based on
the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014).
Cadmium and fluoride contribute more than 78 percent of the total 2013 DMR TWPE.
Cadmium and fluoride are regulated in the NFMM Category effluent limitations guidelines and
standards (ELGs) (40 CFR Part 421). EPA's investigations of reported discharges of these
pollutants are presented in Section 3.8.3. EPA did not investigate the other pollutants, including
zinc, lead, and aluminum, as part of the 2015 Annual Review, because they represent a small
percentage (13 percent) of the 2013 DMR TWPE for the NFMM Category.
Table 3-58. 2013 NFMM Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollulani1'
2013 DMR Dala'
2011 DMR Dala'
Number ol' l-'aeililies
Reporting Pollutant'
i w pi:
Number of l-'aeililies
Reporting Pollulant'
i w pi-:*1
Cadmium
4
104,000
9
114,000
Fluoride
15
41,100
18
18,100
Zinc
17
8,990
29
9,910
Lead
11
8,420
20
19,400
Aluminum
16
7,680
22
12,400
Top Pollutant Total
NA
170,000
NA
174,000
NFMM Category Total
29
187,000
51
330,000
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TWPE); DMRLTOutput201 l_vl (for 2011 TWPE)
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
b Zinc, lead, and aluminum discharges combined contribute 13 percent of the 2013 category DMR TWPE.
Therefore, EPA did not review zinc, lead, or aluminum discharges as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
0 Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
d 2011 data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
3.8.3 NFMM Cadmium and Fluoride Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the cadmium discharges revealed that one facility, Nyrstar
Clarksville, Inc. (Nyrstar), in Clarksville, TN, accounts for over 99 percent of the 2013 DMR
cadmium discharges (shown in Table 3-59). In addition, EPA's investigation of the fluoride
discharges revealed that two facilities, Nyrstar, in Clarksville, TN, and Horsehead Corp. in
Monaca, PA, account for 87 percent of the 2013 DMR fluoride discharges (shown in Table 3-
60). Because Nyrstar accounts for the majority of both the cadmium and fluoride discharges,
these discharges are reviewed together in this section. EPA did not investigate the remaining
facilities discharging cadmium or fluoride as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
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Table 3-59. Top 2013 DMR Cadmium Discharging Facilities
l-'acilil> Name
l-'acilil>
locution
Pounds of
Polliiianl
Discharged
Polliiianl
TW IT.
Pcrccnl of
( alexin TWIT.
Nyrstar Clarksville, Inc.
Clarksville, TN
4,480
103,000
99.4%
All other cadmium dischargers in the NFMM Category3
28.6
661
0.6%
Total
4,510
104,000
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Three additional facilities submitted cadmium discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Table 3-60. Top 2013 DMR Fluoride Discharging Facilities
l-'acilil> Name
l-'aciliM
locution
Pounds ol'
Polliiianl
Discharged
Polliiianl
TW IT.
Pcrccnl of
Calc}»on TWIT.
Nyrstar Clarksville, Inc.
Clarksville, TN
691,000
20,700
50%
Horsehead Corp.
Monaca, PA
508,000
15,200
37%
All other fluoride dischargers in the NFMM Category3
175,000
5,240
13%
Total
1,370,000
41,200
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 13 additional facilities submitted fluoride discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Nyrstar Clarksville, Inc. (Cadmium and Fluoride Discharges)
Nyrstar in Clarksville, TN, produces zinc metal from beneficiation of zinc concentrate
ore by a hydrometallurgical process. As secondary products, this facility also produces cadmium
metal, sulfuric acid, and metallurgically valuable byproducts (TN DEC, 2005). EPA reviewed
the facility's cadmium discharges as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews (U.S. EPA,
2012, 2014). Nyrstar discharges cadmium from outfalls 001, SW3, SW4, and SW5, and fluoride
from outfall 001. Outfall 001 discharges treated process wastewater, sanitary wastewater,
stormwater, and cooling water (TN DEC, 2011). Outfalls SW3, SW4, and SW5 discharge
stormwater runoff from the main production area, materials handling areas, and ancillary facility
areas, respectively (Crocker, 2013).
Nyrstar was issued a new permit, which took effect January 2012. The permit set a
monthly average cadmium limit of 2.28 pounds per day (lb/day) (1.03 kilograms per day
(kg/day)), a daily maximum cadmium limit of 5.29 lb/day (2.4 kg/day), and a fluoride limit of
report only for outfall 001. Additionally, the permit set a daily maximum cadmium benchmark
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concentration25 of 0.0159 milligrams per liter (mg/L) for outfalls SW3, SW4, and SW5, with a
quarterly monitoring requirement (TN DEC, 2011).
Table 3-61 presents Nyrstar's 2013 cadmium concentrations, along with the average daily
flow per month for the four outfalls. As shown in Table 3-61, 2013 cadmium loads for outfall
001 are below the facility's permit limits. However, 2013 cadmium discharges for outfalls SW3,
SW4, and SW5 exceed the daily maximum benchmark concentration set in the facility permit.
Table 3-61. Nyrstar's 2013 DMR Monthly Cadmium Discharges



Quantity
Concentration
NPDES Monthly
Outfall
Date
Flow (MGD)
(kg/day)
(my/L)
Average Permit Limit"
001
31-Jan-13
0.610
0.503
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
28-Feb-13
0.660
0.370
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
31-Mar-13
0.605
0.610
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
30-Apr-13
0.680
0.660
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
31-May-13
0.720
0.707
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
30-Jun-13
0.590
0.340
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
31-Jul-13
0.630
0.260
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
31-Aug-13
0.830
0.770
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
30-Sep-13
0.690
0.270
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
31-Oct-13
0.710
0.410
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
30-Nov-13
0.590
0.370
NR
1.03 kg/day
001
31-Dec-13
0.750
0.707
NR
1.03 kg/day
SW3
31-Mar-13
0.130
NR
8.00b
0.0159 mg/L
SW3
30-Jun-13
0.260
NR
2.46b
0.0159 mg/L
SW3
30-Sept-13
0.710
NR
3.7 lb
0.0159 mg/L
SW3
31-Dec-13
0.120
NR
4.27b
0.0159 mg/L
SW4
31-Mar-13
0.099
NR
0.110b
0.0159 mg/L
SW4
30-Jun-13
0.140
NR
0.025b
0.0159 mg/L
SW4
30-Sept-13
0.380
NR
0.280b
0.0159 mg/L
SW4
31-Dec-13
0.098
NR
0.220b
0.0159 mg/L
SW5
31-Mar-13
0.850
NR
0.025b
0.0159 mg/L
SW5
30-Jun-13
1.30
NR
0.025b
0.0159 mg/L
SW5
30-Sept-13
3.31
NR
0.050b
0.0159 mg/L
SW5
31-Dec-13
0.850
NR
0.025b
0.0159 mg/L
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; TN DEC, 2011
NR: Not Reported
" EPA converted the facility's cadmium permit limits for outfall 001 to kg/day to match the units of the reported
mass discharge loads; the permit lists the limit in lb/day. Additionally, the 0.0159 mg/L value, shown as the
NPDES monthly average permit limit for outfalls SW3, SW4, and SW5, are benchmark concentrations, not
effluent limitations.
b Cadmium concentration exceeds daily maximum benchmark concentration.
Table 3-62 presents Nyrstar's 2013 fluoride concentrations, along with the average daily
flow per month for outfall 001. Because the facility reported fluoride quantities in kg/day for
25 Benchmark/cutoff values are not effluent limitations. Outfalls SW3, SW4, and SW5 discharge stormwater runoff;
therefore, benchmark/cutoff concentrations are listed in the facility's permit to evaluate the effectiveness of their
stormwater best management practices (BMPs). If the facility discharge exceeds the benchmark concentration,
the facility is required to complete investigations to determine the reason(s) the higher value(s) occurred and
make BMP improvements, as needed, for the relevant parameter (TN DEC, 2011).
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outfall 001, EPA calculated the fluoride concentrations using the pollutant load discharged and
the average monthly flow. The facility has a once-per-month monitoring requirement for fluoride
in their permit for outfall 001; the permit does not include fluoride effluent limits (TN DEC,
2011). As shown in Table 3-62, the fluoride concentrations vary by three orders of magnitude
depending on the month for outfall 001. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted
Nyrstar about the fluoride discharges. The facility contact confirmed the reported 2013 flow rates
and concentrations and explained that a fluoride sample is taken once-per-month which may not
be indicative of the entire month and would only be valid for the 24-hour period that the
composite sample was collected. Other parameters reported for outfall 001 are averages of
multiple samples throughout the month (Crocker, 2014).
Table 3-62. Nyrstar's 2013 DMR Monthly Fluoride Discharges for Outfall 001


Reported Quantity
Calculated
Date
Reported Flow (MGD)
(kg/day)
Concentration (mjj/L)
31-Jan-13
0.610
24.9
10.8
28-Feb-13
0.660
29.1
11.6
31-Mar-13
0.605
43.7
19.1
30-Apr-13
0.680
66.8
26.0
31-May-13
0.720
698
256
30-Jun-13
0.590
5.19
2.32
31-Jul-13
0.630
97.1
40.7
31-Aug-13
0.830
62.2
19.8
30-Sep-13
0.690
431
165
31-Oct-13
0.710
2,720
1,010
30-Nov-13
0.590
13.1
5.87
31-Dec-13
0.750
5,940
2,090
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl
Table 3-63 presents Nyrstar's cadmium and fluoride DMR discharges for 2010 through
2014. EPA reviewed 2014 cadmium and fluoride discharges and confirmed that the discharges
are not increasing; however, 2013 cadmium discharges exceed permit benchmark values for
three of the four stormwater outfalls and 2013 fluoride concentrations vary by three orders of
magnitude depending on the month.
Table 3-63. Nyrstar DMR Cadmium and Fluoride Discharges for 2010 - 2014
Year
Cadmium I WPI
lluoride IWPI.'
2010
99,700
NR
2011
112,000
NR
2012
166,000
783
2013
103,000
20,700
2014
103,000
6,700
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures.
NR: Not Reported
a Nyrstar was issued a new permit in 2012 that added the requirement for fluoride monitoring of outfall 001. Prior
to 2012, the facility did not monitor fluoride discharges.
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Horsehead Corporation (Fluoride Discharges)
Horsehead Corporation owned and operated a zinc smelter and ancillary units to produce
zinc metal, zinc oxide, zinc dust, zinc sulfate, and sulfuric acid, in Monaca, PA. The facility was
a zinc smelter that is subject to 40 CFR Part 421 Subpart H (Primary Zinc Subcategory). Subpart
H does not regulate fluoride discharges. EPA previously reviewed the facility's fluoride
discharges as part of the 2011 Annual Review; the facility contact confirmed the 2009 fluoride
discharges and EPA recommended facility-specific permitting support to address the facility's
fluoride discharges (U.S. EPA, 2012).
According to the facility's website, as of April 30, 2014, the operations in Monaca, PA
were shut down. In May 2014, the facility started production of zinc metal at a new Mooresboro,
NC location (Horsehead Corporation, 2014).26 Table 3-64 presents Horsehead's Monaca, PA
fluoride discharges for 2010 through 2014. As shown, discharges significantly decreased in
2014, when the facility closed at the end of April.
Table 3-64. Horsehead DMR Fluoride Discharges for 2010 - 2014
Year
Fluoride TWPE
2010
15,600
2011
11,600
2012
13,000
2013
15,200
2014
2,300
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
3.8.4	NFMM Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the NFMM Category discharges resulted primarily from
cadmium and fluoride discharges reported on DMRs. From the 2015 Annual Review, EPA
found:
•	One facility, Nyrstar Clarksville, Inc., in Clarksville, TN, accounted for over 99
percent of the 2013 DMR cadmium discharges and 50 percent of the 2013 DMR
fluoride discharges. The facility's 2013 cadmium discharges are above permit
benchmark values for three of the four stormwater outfalls. The facility's 2013
fluoride discharges vary by three orders of magnitude, depending on the month. The
facility currently has reporting requirements for fluoride, but no specific limits.
•	Horsehead Corporation in Monaca, PA, contributed 37 percent of the 2013 DMR
fluoride discharges (note that Nyrstar Clarksville, Inc., discussed above, contributes
50 percent of the 2013 DMR fluoride discharges; the two facilities together account
for 87 percent of the fluoride discharges). The facility closed in 2014.
3.8.5	NFMM Category References
1. Crocker, William. 2013. Telephone and Email Communication Between William
Crocker, Nyrstar, and Julia Kolberg, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2011
26 No 2014 DMR data were submitted for the new facility in Mooresboro, NC.
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DMR Cadmium and Lead Discharges. (December 11). EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0024.
2.	Crocker, William. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication Between William
Crocker, Nyrstar, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
DMR Fluoride Discharges. (December 11). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08168.
3.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review for Point
Source Category - 421 -NFMM. (September). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08169.
4.	Horsehead Corporation. 2014. Horsehead Corporation End Operations at Monaca,
PA Facility. (May 5). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08170.
5.	TN DEC. 2005. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
NPDES Permit Fact Sheet: Nyrstar Clarksville, Inc., Clarksville, Tennessee.
(May 31). EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0042.
6.	TN DEC. 2011. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
NPDES Permit: Nyrstar Clarksville, Inc., Clarksville, Tennessee. (November 30).
EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-0025.
7.	U.S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-821-R-04-014. EPA-HQ-OW-
2003-0074-1346 through 1352.
8.	U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-06-018. EPA-HQ-
OW-2004-0032-2782.
9.	U.S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-821-R-07-007.
EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
10.	U.S. EPA. 2009. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2010 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-821-R-09-006.
EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-0514.
11.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
12.	U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
13.	U. S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
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3.9 Ore Mining and Dressing (40 CFR Part 440)
EPA identified the Ore Mining and Dressing (Ore Mining) Category for preliminary
review because it ranks high again, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE), in the
final 2015 combined point source category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed discharges from
this category as part of the 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2013 Annual Reviews in which it also ranked
high (U.S. EPA, 2009, 201 la, 2012, 2014). In addition, EPA conducted a preliminary study of
this category as part of the 2009 and 2010 Annual Reviews (U.S. EPA, 201 lb). From the
preliminary study, EPA found that a small percentage of active mines account for the majority of
toxic weighted discharges; therefore, discharge issues are best addressed through permitting,
compliance, and enforcement activities rather than revision of 40 CFR Part 440 (U.S. EPA,
2011b).
This section summarizes the results of the 2015 Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015
review on discharges of copper, selenium, radium-226, arsenic, lead and lead compounds, and
silver and silver compounds because of their high TWPE relative to other pollutants discharged
by facilities in the Ore Mining Category. Copper and arsenic, reviewed as part of the 2013
Annual Review, continue to be top pollutants of concern. For the 2015 Annual Review, available
discharge data also showed significant contributions of selenium, radium-226, lead and lead
compounds, and silver and silver compounds.
3.9.1 Ore Mining Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-65 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the Ore Mining
Category from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in
2012 or 2014, but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual
review, as described in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). During
the 2015 Annual Review, EPA did not identify any data corrections to the 2013 Discharge
Monitoring Report (DMR) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) discharge data for the Ore Mining
Category.
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Table 3-65. Ore Mining Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported in 2009, 2011, and 2013
Ye.ir of
Dischiiriic
Year of
Rc\ ic'w
Ore Mining ('silicon l';icili(\ Connls'1
Ore Mining ('silicon TWIM".
Toliil TRI
l-'iicililios
Toliil l)MK
Mii.jor
l-'iicililios
Toliil DMR
Minor
l-'iicililios
TRI IWI'l.1'
l)MR
i w pi;
Toliil l \\ PI
2009
2011
34
45
31
68,900
139,000
208,000
2011
2013
33
53
37
72,900d
110,000
183,000d
2013
2015
32
33
20
82,700
57,700
140,000
Sources: TRlReleases2009_v2, DMRLoads2009_v2, and 2011 Annual Review Report (for 2009 DMR and TRI data)
(U.S. EPA, 2012); DMRLTOutput2011 _vl, Tl{ILT()utput20I I vl, and 2013 Annual Review Report (for 2011 DMR
and TRI data) (U.S. EPA, 2014); DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI).
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
a Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Discharges include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account
for POTW removals.
0 Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
d 2011 DMR data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
As shown in Table 3-65, the number of TRI facilities with pollutant releases has
decreased slightly, while the TRI TWPE has increased from 2009 to 2013. The number of DMR
facilities with pollutant discharges increased from 2009 to 2011 then decreased substantially
from 2011 to 2013, while the DMR TWPE decreased from 2009 to 2013. The total number of
permitted facilities (not just those that reported discharges greater than zero) also decreased from
2011 to 2013 (DMR Pollutant Loading Tool), suggesting that the number of U.S. ore mines may
be declining.
3.9.2 Ore Mining Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Ore Mining Category focused on the 2013 DMR and TRI
discharges because both contribute to the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-66 shows the five
pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 DMR TWPE. As a point of comparison,
Table 3-66 also shows the 2011 DMR facility count and TWPE for these top five pollutants,
based on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014). Copper, selenium, radium-226, and arsenic
contribute 67 percent of the total 2013 DMR TWPE. The Ore Mining effluent limitations
guidelines and standards (ELGs) regulate copper, radium-226, and arsenic, but do not include
limitations for selenium. Sections 3.9.3 through 3.9.6 present EPA's investigation of these top
DMR pollutants. EPA did not investigate molybdenum as part of the 2015 Annual Review
because it represents a small percentage (9 percent) of the 2013 DMR TWPE for the Ore Mining
Category.
Table 3-67 shows the five pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 TRI
TWPE. As a point of comparison, Table 3-67 also shows the 2011 TRI facility count and TWPE
for these top five pollutants, based on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014). EPA
investigated lead and lead compounds and silver and silver compounds because they contribute
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over 71 percent of the total 2013 TRI TWPE. Additionally, EPA investigated TRI discharges of
arsenic and arsenic compounds and copper and copper compounds because they are top DMR
pollutants. Sections 3.9.3 and 3.9.6 through 3.9.8 present EPA's investigation of reported
releases of the top TRI pollutants. EPA did not investigate vanadium and vanadium compounds
as part of the 2015 Annual Review because they represent a small percentage (less than 8
percent) of the 2013 TRI TWPE for the Ore Mining Category.
Table 3-66. Ore Mining Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollulanl1'
2013 DMR Dala'
2011 DMR Dala'
Number of l-'aeililies
Reporting Polliilanr
iwi'i:
Number of l-'acililies
Reporting PollutanT
IWI'I.
Copper
30
14,100
49
6,940
Selenium
13
9,140
15
2,060
Radium-226
4
8,050
0
0
Arsenic
14
7,470
19
11,800
Molybdenum
4
5,250
4
5,700
Top Pollutant Total
NA
44,000
NA
26,500
Ore Mining Category Total
53
57,700
90
110,000
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TWPE); DMRLTOutput2011 _vl (for 2011 facility counts)
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
" Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
b Molybdenum discharges contribute 9 percent of the 2013 category DMR TWPE. Therefore, EPA did not review
molybdenum discharges as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
0 Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
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Table 3-67. Ore Mining Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant"
2013 TRI Data
2011 TRI Data
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant1'
TWPE
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutantb
TWPEC
Lead and Lead Compounds
25
42,700
25
33,600
Silver and Silver Compounds
3
16,500
3
16,500
Vanadium and Vanadium
Compounds
4
5,920
4
4,530
Arsenic and Arsenic
Compounds
5
4,640
6
3,820
Copper and Copper Compounds
17
3,110
17
3,280
Top Pollutant Total
NA
72,900
NA
61,700
Ore Mining Category Total
32
82,700
33
72,900
Sources: TRlLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 TRI TWPE); TRlLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI TWPE)
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a Vanadium and vanadium compound releases contribute less than 8 percent of the 2013 category TRI TWPE.
Therefore, EPA did not review vanadium and vanadium compound releases as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
b Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
0 2011 data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
3.9.3 Ore Mining Copper Discharges in DMR and TRI
EPA's investigation of the copper and copper compound discharges in TRI revealed that
17 facilities account for 3,110 TWPE, with no facility contributing more than 200 TWPE, on
average. Because each facility contributes less than 200 TWPE on average, EPA did not review
copper and copper compound releases reported to TRI for individual facilities.
In contrast to TRI, EPA's investigation of the DMR copper discharges revealed that two
facilities, Northshore Mining - Silver Bay, in Silver Bay, MN, and Copper Range Company's
White Pine Mine, in White Pine, MI, account for 76 percent of the 2013 DMR copper discharges
(shown in Table 3-68). EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities discharging copper as
part of the 2015 Annual Review.
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Table 3-68. Top 2013 DMR Copper Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
Northshore Mining - Silver Bay
Silver Bay, MN
11,500
7,260
51.7%
Copper Range Company White Pine
Mine
White Pine, MI
5,420
3,420
24.3%
All other copper dischargers in the Ore Mining Category3
5,360
3,380
24.0%
Total
22,300
14,100
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 28 additional facilities submitted copper discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Northshore Mining — Silver Bay
Northshore Mining in Silver Bay, MN, is a taconite27 mine with a processing facility and
power plant onsite. The facility discharges copper from one outfall. As part of the 2015 Annual
Review, EPA contacted the mine about the copper discharges. The facility contact confirmed the
2013 DMR copper discharges and stated that the facility monitors copper discharges yearly from
a non-contact cooling water discharge from the onsite power plant, in accordance with the
facility's NPDES permit. The facility does not have a permit limit for copper (Hayden, 2015).
The Iron Ore Subcategory, Subpart A, of the Ore Mining ELGs does not include limitations for
copper.
Table 3-69 presents Northshore Mining's copper discharges from 2010 through 2014. As
shown, discharges increased from 2012 to 2013, but decreased from 2013 to 2014. The facility
has historically collected samples from a sample port on the discharge pipe. In June and July
2015, the facility collected samples from the sample port on the discharge pipe, inside the
diffuser box at the outlet to the lake, and from the lake. It was determined that sample
contamination is occurring from the sample port on the discharge pipe, resulting in elevated
copper discharges. The facility contact stated that starting with the 2015 reporting year; the
facility will collect samples from inside the diffuser box at the outlet to the lake and submit the
results on their DMRs (Hayden, 2015). Therefore, EPA expects copper discharges from this
facility to decrease in future years.
Table 3-69. Northshore Mining's DMR Copper Discharges from 2010 - 2014
Year
Pounds
TWPE
2010
8,250
5,200
2011
4,740
2,980
2012
6,110
3,850
2013
11,500
7,260
2014
4,170
2,630
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
27 Taconite is a low-grade iron ore.
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Copper Range Company's White Pine Mine
Copper Range Company's White Pine Mine, in White Pine, MI, was an active copper
mine from 1952 to 1995 (Michelson, 2014). As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted
the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MI DEQ) regarding the mine's copper
discharges. The MI DEQ contact stated that the White Pine Mine is closed and the discharges are
from tailings runoff. The mine has an active NPDES permit, with monitoring-only requirements
for copper (MI DEQ, 2010). The MI DEQ contact also stated that stormwater runoff typically
drives the copper discharges for the mine, resulting in higher copper discharges with higher
precipitation (Conroy, 2015). The Copper, Lead, Zinc, Gold, Silver, and Molybdenum Ores
Subcategory, Subpart J, of the Ore Mining ELGs includes concentration limitations for copper of
0.15 mg/L monthly average and 0.30 mg/L daily maximum. EPA compared the 2013 copper
concentrations from the White Pine Mine to the Subpart J copper ELGs and found that all
concentrations are below the monthly average and daily maximum limitations.
3.9.4 Ore Mining Selenium Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the selenium discharges revealed that one facility, Tilden Mine in
Ishpeming, MI, accounts for 89 percent of the 2013 selenium discharges (shown in Table 3-70).
The remaining facilities account for a combined TWPE of 965, therefore, EPA did not
investigate the remaining facilities discharging selenium as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-70. Top 2013 DMR Selenium Discharging Facilities
l-'acilil.t Name
l-'acilil.t Location
Pounds ol' I'olliilanl
Discharged
I'olliilanl
twit.
I'erccnl of
(alcsion TWI'l.
Tilden Mine3
Ishpeming, MI
7,300
8,170
89.4%
All other selenium dischargers in the Ore
Mining Category13
862
965
10.6%
Total
8,160
9,140
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
11 This facility is named Cliffs District Lab in the DMR database (DMRLTOutput2013_vl). However, the
facility's permit lists the permittee as Tilden Mine.
b 12 additional facilities submitted selenium discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Tilden Mine is a hematite28 mine. The Iron Ore Subcategory, Subpart A, of the Ore
Mining ELGs does not include limitations for selenium. As part of the 2015 Annual Review,
EPA contacted the company to discuss their selenium discharges. Tilden Mine has a large
tailings pond and sends the water through clarifiers before it is discharged. The facility permit
was reissued in 2012 and included a schedule of compliance for selenium discharges. The
facility completed a feasibility study of treatment options in August 2013, and is currently
performing pilot studies for selected selenium treatment systems. The facility plans to implement
a treatment system and meet permit limits29 for selenium by November 2017 (Ketzenberger,
28	Hematite is the mineral form of iron (III) oxide.
29	The 2012 facility permit lists total selenium permit limits of 1.1 lb/day and 5.1 |ig/L monthly average for outfall
002, effective November 1, 2017.
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2015). EPA expects decreases in selenium discharges from this facility on future DMRs because
of new limits on their permit and because new on site treatment technologies are to be installed
at this facility.
3.9.5 Ore Mining Radium-226 Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the radium-226 discharges revealed that one facility, JD-7 and JD-
9 Mines in Naturita, CO, accounts for over 99 percent of the 2013 radium-226 discharges (shown
in Table 3-71). EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities discharging radium-226 as part
of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-71. Top 2013 DMR Radium-226 Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility
Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
JD-7 and JD-9 Mines
Naturita, CO
0.00194
8,040
99.9%
All other radium-226 dischargers in the Ore
Mining Category3
0.00000120
4.94
0.06%
Total
0.00195
8,050
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
" Three additional facilities submitted radium-226 discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
JD-7 and JD-9 mines, owned by the Cotter Corporation, are uranium and vanadium
mines. The Uranium, Radium, and Vanadium Ores Subcategory, Subpart C, of the Ore Mining
ELGs includes concentration limitations for total Radium-226 10 mg/L monthly average and 30
mg/L daily maximum. The mines have not been actively operating since 1980. However, Cotter
Corporation keeps the mines on active standby status, ready to resume production (CDPHE,
2011).
The 2013 radium-226 DMR discharge resulted from one measured concentration from
outfall 00IB at the JD-7 mine in September 2013. The facility discharges process water from the
mine's waste dump through outfall 00 IB. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted
the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to discuss the mine's
radium-226 discharges. The CDPHE contact confirmed the radium-226 discharge and contacted
the facility directly to determine the reason behind the September 2013 discharge. The facility
contact stated that a major flooding event in September 2013 caused the radium-226 discharge
(Morgan, 2015). The facility has had no other radium-226 discharges from 2011 through 2014,
indicating that the September 2013 discharge was an outlier.
3.9.6 Ore Mining Arsenic Discharges in DMR and TRI
EPA's investigation of the arsenic discharges in DMR and TRI revealed that one facility,
Kennecott Utah Copper Smelter and Refinery (Kennecott Utah) in Magna, UT, accounts for 69
percent and 66 percent of the DMR and TRI arsenic discharges, respectively (shown in Table 3-
72 and Table 3-73). The remaining facilities account for a combined TWPE of 1,290 in DMR
and 1,560 in TRI, therefore, EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities discharging arsenic
in DMR or TRI as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
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Table 3-72. Top 2013 DMR Arsenic Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
Kennecott Utah Copper Smelter
& Refinery
Magna, UT
1,290
5,200
69.6%
All other arsenic dischargers in the Ore Mining
Category3
561
2,270
30.4%
Total
1,850
7,470
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013 vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
" 13 additional facilities submitted arsenic discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Table 3-73. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Arsenic and Arsenic Compound Releases
Facility Name
Facilil.t 1 .oca (ion
Pounds of Polliilanl
Released
Polliilanl
i w pi:
Percenl of
( a(e»or\ TWPI.
Kennecott Utah Copper Smelter
& Refinery
Magna, UT
762
3,080
66.4%
All other arsenic dischargers in the Ore Mining Category3
386
1,560
33.6%
Total
1,150
4,640
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Four additional facilities reported arsenic and arsenic compound releases in the 2013 TRI.
Kennecott Utah, owned by Rio Tinto, is a large, integrated facility that includes an open
pit copper mine, a concentrator, a power plant, a smelter, a refinery, a reverse osmosis plant, a
tailings pond, and a sewage treatment plant. All active facilities are west of Salt Lake City, UT.
The concentrator typically processes approximately 170,000 tons of ore per day from the
Bingham Canyon Mine (UT DEQ, 2009).
The facility discharges arsenic from six outfalls. Table 3-74 presents Kennecott Utah's
DMR and TRI arsenic discharges from 2007 through 2014. As shown, both DMR and TRI
arsenic discharges have remained consistent over this time period. Table 3-75 presents Kennecott
Utah's 2013 DMR arsenic discharges and NPDES permit limits.30 As shown, all 2013 DMR
arsenic discharges are below the NPDES monthly average and daily maximum permit limits. The
facility's high arsenic TWPE likely results from the relatively high level of industrial activity at
the site.
Table 3-74. Kennecott Utah's DMR and TRI Arsenic Discharges from 2007 - 2014
Year
DMR TWPE
TRI TWPE
2007
3,170
1,170
30 The facility's permit limits are based on the Ore Mining ELGs (40 CFR Part 440), Nonferrous Metals
Manufacturing ELGs (40 CFR Part 421), Utah Secondary Treatment Standards, and Utah Water Quality
Standards (UT DEQ, 2009).
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Table 3-74. Kennecott Utah's DMR and TRI Arsenic Discharges from 2007 - 2014
Year
DMR TWPE
TRI TWPE
2008
5,460
1,210
2009
5,730
2,890
2010
5,370
1,230
2011
5,470
2,260
2012
4,230
1,210
2013
5,200
3,080
2014
3,790
NA
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
NA: Not available.
Table 3-75. Kennecott Utah's 2013 DMR Arsenic Discharges
Outfall
Date
Reported Monthlv Average Data
NPDES Permit Limits
Flow
(MGD)
Quantity
(kg/day)
Coneentration
(mg/L)
Monthly
Average
Daily Maximum
004
31-Mar-13
7.6
NR
0.015
Monitoring
Only
Monitoring Only
004
30-Jun-13
0
NR
0
Monitoring
Only
Monitoring Only
004
30-Sep-13
4.6
NR
0.053
Monitoring
Only
Monitoring Only
004
31-Dec-13
5.12
NR
0.03
Monitoring
Only
Monitoring Only
008
31-Mar-13
0
NR
0
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
008
30-Jun-13
0.08
NR
0.068
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
008
30-Sep-13
0
NR
0
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
008
31-Dec-13
0
NR
0
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
010
31-Mar-13
0.05
NR
0.008
Monitoring
Only
0.10 mg/L
010
30-Jun-13
0.04
NR
0.011
Monitoring
Only
0.10 mg/L
010
30-Sep-13
0.05
NR
0.007
Monitoring
Only
0.10 mg/L
010
31-Dec-13
0.07
NR
0.008
Monitoring
Only
0.10 mg/L
012
31-Jan-13
13.2
NR
<0.005
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
28-Feb-13
15
NR
0.012
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
31-Mar-13
21.5
NR
0.018
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
30-Apr-13
19.5
NR
0.076
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
31-May-13
13.6
NR
0.043
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
30-Jun-13
0
NR
0
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
31-Jul-13
0
NR
0
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
31-Aug-13
0
NR
0
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
30-Sep-13
0
NR
0
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
31-Oct-13
20.1
NR
0.014
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
30-Nov-13
14
NR
0.032
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
012
31-Dec-13
0
NR
0
0.25 mg/L
0.50 mg/L
104
31-Jan-13
0.28
<0.0027
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
28-Feb-13
0.34
0.0077
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
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104
31-Mar-13
0.31
0.0108
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
30-Apr-13
0.29
0.34
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
31-May-13
0.32
0.052
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
30-Jun-13
0
0
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
31-Jul-13
0
0
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
31-Aug-13
0
0
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
30-Sep-13
0.3
0.013
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
31-Oct-13
0.34
0.016
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
30-Nov-13
0.29
0.027
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
104
31-Dec-13
0.25
0.011
NR
5.08 kg/day
12.4 kg/day
SW4
30-Jun-13
0.0000099
NR
0.053
Monitoring
Only
Monitoring Only
SW4
31-Dec-13
0.000099
NR
0.006
Monitoring
Only
Monitoring Only
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; UT DEQ, 2009
3.9.7 Ore Mining Lead and Lead Compound Discharges in TRI
EPA's investigation of lead and lead compound discharges revealed that three facilities
account for 91 percent of the lead and lead compound discharges reported in to TRI in 2013
(shown in Table 3-76). The remaining facilities account for a combined TWPE of 3,500,
therefore, EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities discharging lead and lead compounds
as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-76. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Lead and Lead Compound Releases
l-';icilil> Niimo
l-'aciliM Locution
Pounds of Polluliinl
Kck'iisod
Polluliinl
TW IT.
Percenl of
Csili'Kon TWIT.
Fletcher Mine
Centerville, MO
8,250
18,500
43.3%
Buick Mine
Boss, MO
6,870
15,400
36.0%
Brushy Creek Mine
Boss, MO
2,390
5,360
12.5%
All other lead and lead compound dischargers in the Ore
Mining Category3
1,560
3,500
8.20%
Total
19,100
42,700
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 22 additional facilities reported lead and lead compound releases in the 2013 TRI.
Fletcher Mine, in Centerville, MO, and Buick Mine and Brushy Creek Mine in Boss,
MO, are owned by Doe Run Resources Corporation, a lead mining company headquartered in St.
Louis, MO, with facilities in southeast Missouri. Doe Run owns and operates several mining and
milling facilities, as well as primary and secondary lead smelters. Ore from the mines at the Doe
Run facilities is crushed, milled, and processed; lead concentrate is transported from the mills to
the primary and secondary lead smelters for smelting and refining. Doe Run Resources
Corporation agreed to a consent decree on October 8, 2010 with the U.S. Department of Justice,
EPA, and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MO DNR), to spend approximately
$65 million to correct violations of several environmental laws at 10 of its lead mining, milling,
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and smelting facilities in southeast Missouri. These 10 facilities include Fletcher Mine, Buick
Mine, and Brushy Creek Mine (U.S. EPA, 2010).
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted MO DNR about lead and lead
compound releases from these mines. The MO DNR contact stated that the mines are active and
there is an administrative stay on enforcement activities for the sites due to the consent decree
(Sappington, 2014). Table 3-77 presents the lead and lead compound TRI releases for Fletcher
Mine, Buick Mine, and Brushy Creek Mine. As shown, lead and lead compound TRI releases
have increased for all mines from 2009 to 2013. However, due to the consent decree, EPA
expects lead discharges to decrease from Doe Run facilities over the next several years.
Table 3-77. TRI Lead and Lead Compound Releases from 2009 - 2013
Year
Fletcher Mine TWPE
Buick Mine TWPE
Brushv Creek Mine TWPE
2009
9,230
11,300
4,120
2010
7,700
10,200
2,710
2011
11,700
11,900
5,970
2012
10,500
12,800
3,480
2013
18,500
15,400
5,360
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
3.9.8 Ore Mining Silver and Silver Compound Discharges in TRI
EPA's investigation of the silver and silver compound discharges revealed that two
facilities, Kennecott Utah Copper Smelter & Refinery, in Magna, UT and Kennecott Utah
Copper Mine, in Bingham Canyon, UT, account for over 99 percent of the 2013 silver and silver
compound discharges (shown in Table 3-78). EPA did not investigate the remaining facility
discharging silver and silver compounds as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-78. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Silver and Silver Compound Releases
Facility Name
Facility Location
Pounds of
Pollutant
Released
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category
TWPE*
Kennecott Utah Copper Smelter & Refinery
Magna, UT
500
8,240
49.9%
Kennecott Utah Copper Mine
Bingham Canyon, UT
500
8,240
49.9%
Freeport-McMoran Miami Inc.
Claypool, AZ
0.6
9.88
0.06%
Total
1,000
16,500
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
Rio Tinto owns both the Kennecott Utah Copper Smelter and Refinery, in Magna, UT,
and Kennecott Utah Copper Mine, in Bingham Canyon, UT. Section 3.9.6 discusses arsenic
discharges from the Magna, UT location, which is a large, integrated copper mining facility.
Both facilities reported 500 pounds of silver and silver compounds discharged to TRI from 2007
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As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted Rio Tinto to confirm the TRI silver
and silver compound releases for both Kennecott facilities. According to the contact, the
company bases the TRI silver and silver compound release on plant knowledge that silver
releases are at least an order of magnitude less than copper releases, and on historical plant data
for silver concentrations in the tailings pond. The facility uses a conservative maximum estimate
of 1,000 pounds of silver released to water, divided equally between the copper smelter and
refinery in Magna, UT, and the mine in Bingham Canyon, UT (Nannini, 2014). The facility does
not have silver discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
3.9.9 Ore Mining Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Ore Mining Category discharges resulted primarily from
copper, selenium, radium-226, and arsenic discharges reported on DMRs, and lead and lead
compound and silver and silver compound releases reported to TRI. From the 2015 Annual
Review, EPA found:
•	Copper. Two facilities, Northshore Mining, in Silver Bay, MN, and White Pine Mine,
in White Pine, MI, account for 76 percent of the 2013 copper discharges. The
Northshore Mining facility contact confirmed that copper discharges result from
contamination at the sample port on the discharge pipe. Starting with the 2015
reporting year, the facility will collect samples from inside the diffuser box at the
outlet to the lake. Therefore, EPA expects copper discharges from this facility to
decrease in future years. The White Pine Mine is closed and discharges are from
tailings runoff, which typically fluctuate with yearly rainfall. EPA does not consider
these copper discharges to be representative of the Ore Mining Category.
•	Selenium. One facility, Tilden Mine in Ishpeming, MI, accounts for 89 percent of the
2013 selenium discharges. The facility permit was reissued in 2012 and included a
schedule of compliance for selenium discharges. The facility plans to implement new
on site treatment technologies to meet revised permit limits for selenium by 2017;
therefore, EPA expects decreases in selenium discharges from this facility on future
DMRs.
•	Radium-226. One facility, JD-7 and JD-9 mines in Naturita, CO, accounts for over 99
percent of the 2013 radium-226 discharges. The 2013 radium-226 discharges resulted
from one measured concentration from an outfall where the facility discharges
process water from the mine's waste dump. The facility confirmed the 2013 discharge
resulted from a major flooding event at the site in September 2013; the facility has
had no other radium-226 discharges from 2011 through 2014, indicating that the 2013
discharge was an outlier. For this reason, EPA does not consider radium-226
discharges from the JD-7 and JD-9 mines to be representative of typical discharges
from this facility or from the Ore Mining Category.
•	Arsenic. One facility, Kennecott Utah Copper Smelter and Refinery in Magna, UT,
accounts for 69 percent and 66 percent of the DMR and TRI arsenic discharges,
respectively. The facility is a large, integrated copper mining facility. The facility's
2013 DMR arsenic discharges are below the NPDES monthly average and daily
maximum permit limits. The facility's high arsenic TWPE likely results from the
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relatively high level of industrial activity at the site. Therefore, EPA does not
consider the facility's arsenic discharges to be representative of discharges across the
Ore Mining Category.
•	Lead. Three mines, Fletcher Mine, in Centerville, MO, and Buick Mine and Brushy
Creek Mine, in Boss, MO, account for 91 percent of the TRI lead and lead compound
releases; Doe Run Resources Corporation owns all three mines. Doe Run agreed to a
consent decree on October 8, 2010 to correct violations of several environmental laws
at many of its facilities, including Fletcher Mine, Buick Mine, and Brushy Creek
Mine. Therefore, EPA expects lead discharges from Doe Run facilities to decrease in
the future.
•	Silver. Two facilities, Kennecott Utah Copper Smelter and Refinery, Magna, UT, and
Kennecott Utah Copper Mine in Bingham Canyon, UT, account for over 99 percent
of the 2013 silver and silver compound releases. Rio Tinto owns both facilities, which
are part of a large, integrated copper mining facility. The facility confirmed the 2013
TRI silver and silver compound releases and stated that the releases are based on
estimates from historical plant data for silver concentrations. Because the facility
bases its reported TRI releases on conservative estimates not confirmed with
sampling data, EPA cannot asses how representative they are of actual silver and
silver compound releases from the facility.
3.9.10 Ore Mining and Dressing Category References
1.	CDPHE. 2011. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. NPDES
Permit and Fact Sheet: Cotter Corporation - JD-7 and JD-9 Mines, Naturita, CO
(C00036251). (June 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08186.
2.	Conroy, Randy. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Randy
Conroy, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, and Kimberly Bartell,
Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Copper Discharges for Copper
Range Co. (June 10). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08187.
3.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review for Point
Source Category - 440 - Ore Mining and Dressing. (September). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08188.
4.	Hay den, Andrea. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Andrea
Hayden, Cliffs Natural Resources, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group,
Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Copper Discharges for Northshore Mining. (June 9). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08189.
5.	Ketzenberger, Brent. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Brent
Ketzenberger, Cliffs Natural Resources, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research
Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Selenium Discharges for Tilden Mine, Ishpeming,
MI. (June 9). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08190.
6.	Michelson, Daniel. 2014. Michigan Technological University. Copper Range
Company Records, MS-080. (June 25). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08191.
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7.	MI DEQ. 2010. Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES Permit
for Copper Range Company, White Pine, MI (MI0006114). (November 1). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08192.
8.	Morgan, Kelly. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Kelly
Morgan, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, and Kimberly
Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Radium-226 Discharges for
JD-7 and JD-9 Mines. (June 9). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08193.
9.	Nannini, Tom. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication Between Tom
Nannini, Rio Tinto Kennecott, and Eva Knoth, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 TRI Water Releases for Kennecott Utah Copper. (December 16). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08194.
10.	Sappington, Amanda. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication Between
Amanda Sappington, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and Kimberly
Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 TRI Lead Discharges for Fletcher
Mine and Buick Mine. (December 23). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08195.
11.	U. S. EPA. 2009. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2010 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-821-R-09-006.
EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-0514.
12.	U.S. EPA. 2010. Doe Run Resources Corporation Settlement. (October 8). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08196.
13.	U. S. EPA. 2011 a. Technical Support Document for the 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA 820-R-10-021. EPA-HQ-OW-
2008-0517-0618.
14.	U.S. EPA. 2011b. Ore Mining and Dressing Preliminary Study Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-08-012. EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-
0712.
15.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
16.	U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
17.	U. S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
18.	UT DEQ. 2009. Utah Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES Permit for
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC, Magna, UT (UT0000051). (November 12). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08197.
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3.10 Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers (40 CFR Part 414)
EPA identified the Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers (OCPSF) Category
for preliminary review because it ranks high again, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents
(TWPE), in the final 2015 combined point source category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed
discharges from this category as part of the 2004 through 2011, and 2013 Annual Reviews in
which it also ranked high (U.S. EPA, 2004, 2005a, 2005b, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 201 la, 2012,
2014). In addition, EPA conducted a preliminary study of carbon disulfide discharges from
cellulose products manufacturers in 2011 (U.S. EPA, 201 lb) and reviewed discharges from the
chlorinated hydrocarbon manufacturing segment of the OCPSF Category as part of the Chlorine
and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (CCH) effluent guidelines rulemaking.31
This section summarizes the results of the 2015 Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015
review on discharges of polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs), total residual chorine,
hexachlorobenzene, dioxin and dioxin-like compounds, carbon disulfide, and nitrate compounds
because of their high TWPE relative to the other pollutants discharged by facilities in the OCPSF
Category. Total residual chlorine and hexachlorobenzene, reviewed as part of the 2013 Annual
Review, continue to contribute large proportions of the total category TWPE. For the 2015
Annual Review, available discharge data also showed significant contributions of PACs, dioxin
and dioxin-like compounds, carbon disulfide, and nitrate compounds.
3.10.1 OCPSF Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-79 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the OCPSF Category
from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in 2012 or 2014,
but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual review, as described
in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). As discussed in this section,
during the 2015 Annual Review, EPA identified data corrections that affected the 2013
Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) data and TWPE. The
bottom row of Table 3-79 shows the corrected data resulting from this review.
31 Based on the information collected during the rulemaking, EPA proposed to delist the CCH manufacturing
industry and discontinue the rulemaking in 2012.
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Table 3-79. OCPSF Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported in
2009, 2011, and 2013
Ye.ir of
Dischiiriic
Yesirof
Re\ ic'\\
OCPSI-'CsiU'«on l ;icili(\ ( onills''
()( PSI ( ;i(o»on I WPI.
Tool TRI
l-'iicililios
loliil l)MK
Mii.jor
l-'iicililios
loliil DMR
Minor
l-'iicililios
TRI
i w pi-:1*
DMRTWPr
loliil
IWPI.
2009
2011
671
169
150
146,000
491,000d
637,000d
2011
2013
631
165
180
148,000
658,000e
806,000e
2013
2015
651
136
144
333,000f
301,000f
634,000f
286,000g
224,000s
510,000g
Sources: 2013 Annual Review Report (for 2009 and 2011 DMR and TRI data) (U.S. EPA, 2014);
DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI).
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data.
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
a Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals.
0 Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
d 2009 DMR data after corrections were made during the 2011 Annual Review.
e 2011 DMR data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
f 2013 DMR data prior to corrections made during the 2015 Annual Review.
8 2013 DMR data after corrections were made during the 2015 Annual Review.
As shown in Table 3-79, the total TWPE increased from 2009 to 2011 then decreased
from 2011 to 2013, mainly due to a decrease in DMR discharges. However, TRI releases
increased, driven by a substantial rise in reported releases of carbon disulfide (discussed in
Section 3.10.7, below). Additionally, the number of facilities reporting discharges on DMRs
decreased from 2009 to 2013.
3.10.2 OCPSF Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the OCPSF Category focused on the 2013 DMR and TRI
discharges because both contribute to the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-80 shows the five
pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 DMR TWPE. As a point of comparison,
Table 3-80 also shows the 2011 DMR facility count and TWPE for these top pollutants, based on
the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014). The top five pollutants contribute more than 60
percent of the original 2013 DMR TWPE for the OCPSF Category (prior to corrections
discussed below). The OCPSF effluent limitations guidelines and standards (ELGs) currently
regulate benzo[a]pyrene, hexachlorobenzene, and benzo[k]fluoranthene, but not total residual
chlorine or 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin. EPA's investigations of reported discharges of
these pollutants are summarized in Sections 3.10.3 to 3.10.6.
Table 3-81 shows the five pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 TRI
TWPE. As a point of comparison, Table 3-81 also shows the 2011 TRI facility count and TWPE
for these top pollutants, based on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014). Carbon disulfide,
dioxin and dioxin-like compounds, PACs, and nitrate compounds contribute 77 percent of the
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original 2013 TRI TWPE for the OCPSF Category (prior to corrections discussed below). EPA's
investigations of reported discharges of these pollutants are summarized in Sections 3.10.3, and
3.10.6 through 3.10.8. EPA did not investigate hydroquinone as part of the 2015 Annual Review
because it represents a small percentage (less than 4 percent) of the 2013 TRI TWPE for the
OCPSF Category.
Table 3-80. OCPSF Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pulliilanl
2013 DMK l)a(a'
2011 l)MK Data'
Number of l-'acililios
Ki-porling PollutanT
Original
i w pi:
( orivclod
T\\ PI.
Number of l-'acililios
Reporting Polliilanl1'
i w pi:
Benzo[a]pyrene
12
59,800
3,230
11
37,200
Total Residual Chlorine
97
49,200
49,200
110
59,500
Hexachlorobenzene
10
28,800
28,800
11
61,800
2,3,7,8-
Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-
dioxin
2
25,200
25,200
1
1,000
Benzo [kjfluoranthene
9
18,200
971
10
10,200
Top Pollutant Total
NA
181,000
107,000
NA
179,000
OCPSF Category Total
280
301,000
224,000
345
658,000
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 data); DMRLTOutput2011 _vl (for 2011 data).
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
b Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
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Table 3-81. OCPSF Category Top TRI Pollutants
Polluianr'
2013 TRI Dala
2011 TRI Dala
Nil ill hoi' of
l-'acililics Reporting
Polliilanl1'
Original
i w pi:
( onvcled
T\\ PI.
Number ol°
l-'acililios Reporting
Polliilanl1'
i w pi:
Carbon Disulfide
10
157,000
157,000
8
5,310
Dioxin and Dioxin-like
Compounds
3
69,700
22,500
4
25,000
Polycyclic Aromatic
Compounds
9
16,300
16,300
8
7,530
Nitrate Compounds
121
13,200
13,200
104
14,200
Hydroquinone
5
10,300
10,300
5
8,790
Top Pollutant Total
NA
267,000
220,000
NA
60,800
OCPSF Category
Total
651
333,000
286,000
631
148,000
Sources: TRlLTOutput2011 _vl; TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a Hydroquinone releases contribute 3.1 percent of the original 2013 category TRI TWPE. Therefore, EPA did not
review hydroquinone releases as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
b Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
3.10.3 OCPSF Category PACs Discharges in DMR and TRI
EPA reviewed 2013 DMR and TRI PACs discharges from OCPSF facilities for the 2015
Annual Review. EPA's investigation of the 2013 DMR PACs data revealed that two facilities,
Honeywell International, Inc. (Honeywell), in Hopewell, VA, and E. I. DuPont de Nemours in
Washington, WV, account for 94 percent of the 2013 DMR PACs discharges, which consist of
benzo[a]pyrene and benzo[k]fluoranthene32 discharges (shown in Table 3-82). EPA did not
investigate the remaining facilities discharging benzo[a]pyrene, benzo[k]fluoranthene or other
PACs as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
32 Benzo[a]pyrene and benzo[k]fluoranthene are PACs. Facilities submit DMR data for individual PACs. In TRI,
facilities report PACs as a chemical category.
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Table 3-82. Top 2013 DMR PACs Discharging Facilities


lk'ii/(i|;i||)\ rcnc
licn/o|
;|riiioranihciic
l-'acilil> Name
l-'acilil>
Location
Pounds
Discharged
i w pi:
Pcrccnl of
CaU'Kon
T\\ PI
Pounds
Discharged
iwpi:
Pcrccnl of
('alcfion
T\\ PI.
Honeywell International,
Inc. Hopewell Plant
Hopewell,
VA
322
32,400
54%
322
9,870
54%
E. I. DuPont de Nemours
- Washington Works
Washington,
WV
240
24,200
40%
240
7,360
40%
All other pollutant dischargers in the
OCPSF Category3
32.1
3,230
6%
31.7
971
6%
Total
594
59,800
100%
594
18,200
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Ten additional facilities submitted benzo[a]pyrene discharges in the 2013 DMR data. Seven additional facilities
submitted benzo[k]fluoranthene discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
EPA's investigation of the 2013 TRI PACs releases revealed that two facilities, Sasol
North America Inc. Lake Charles Chemical Complex (Sasol), in Westlake, LA and ExxonMobil
Chemical Co. Baytown Olefins Plant (ExxonMobil), in Baytown, TX, account for 96 percent of
the 2013 TRI PACs releases (as shown in Table 3-83 below). EPA did not investigate the
remaining facilities releasing PACs as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-83. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI PACs Releases
l-'acilil> Name
l-'aciliM
locution
Pounds of
Pollulanl
Released
Pollulanl
T\\ PI.
Pcrccnl of
Calc}»on IWPI.
Sasol North America, Inc. Lake Charles
Chemical Complex
Westlake, LA
123
12,300
76%
ExxonMobil Chemical Co. Baytown
Olefins Plant
Baytown, TX
33
3,320
20%
All other PACs releases in the OCPSF Category3
6.54
658
4%
Total
162
16,300
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Seven additional facilities reported PACs releases in the 2013 TRI.
Honeywell International Inc. Hopewell Plant
The Honeywell International Hopewell, VA plant discharges benzo[a]pyrene and
benzo[k]fluoranthene from outfall 101, which discharges contact cooling water from two
barometric condensers (VA DEQ, 2008). After EPA downloaded the 2013 DMR data from the
DMR Loading Tool for the 2015 Annual Review, the facility subsequently updated their DMR
data to add a below-detection-limit code to their reports of benzo[a]pyrene and
benzo[k]fluoranthene, indicating that loads for these pollutants should be zero. Therefore, EPA
zeroed the benzo[a]pyrene and benzo[k]fluoranthene discharges for the facility, which decreased
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the OCPSF benzo[a]pyrene TWPE from 59,800 to 27,400, and benzo[k]fluoranthene TWPE
from 18,200 to 8,330. These corrections are reflected in Table 3-80.
E. I. DuPont de Nemours - Washington Works
E. I. DuPont de Nemours - Washington Works, in Washington, WV, discharges
benzo[a]pyrene and benzo[k]fluoranthene from outfalls 002, 005, and 105. As part of the 2015
Annual Review, EPA verified the 2013 DMR data with the West Virginia Department of
Environmental Protection (WV DEP). The facility's DMRs (from WV DEP) indicated that all
benzo[a]pyrene and benzo[k]fluoranthene discharges were below the detection limit in 2013.
Therefore, EPA zeroed the facility's benzo[a]pyrene and benzo[k]fluoranthene discharges,
further decreasing the OCPSF benzo[a]pyrene TWPE to 3,230 and the benzo[k]fluoranthene
TWPE to 971. These corrections are reflected in Table 3-80.
Sasol North America Inc. Lake Charles Chemical Complex
Sasol is an organic chemical manufacturing plant in Westlake, LA. EPA previously
reviewed this facility as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews. Sasol discharges process
wastewater, storm water, sanitary wastewater, and miscellaneous utility wastewaters through
eight outfalls. The facility's 2009 NPDES permit includes limits for 5 PACs compounds33 (LA
DEQ, 2009a). Because Sasol plans to approximately triple the company's chemical production
capacity from 2015 to 2018 (Sasol, 2015), a revised permit was issued for the facility in 2014.
The revised permit includes four phases of pollutant limits, including PACs, as construction
progresses at the site.34 The pollutant limits are more stringent for each phase of construction,
requiring the facility to meet the most stringent limits in 2018, when expansion is scheduled to
be completed (LA DEQ, 2014).
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the facility. The contact stated that
Sasol's TRI PACs releases are based on the samples taken for their NPDES permit and that
increases in the load released are due to an increase in flow from increased production and
rainfall (Shaw, 2014). EPA reviewed 2013 DMR PACs discharges for Sasol, shown in Table 3-
84, and determined that all discharges are below the 2009 permit limits. Even though the facility
plans to increase production capacity in future years, the facility's PACs discharges may
decrease due to the more stringent limits included in the facility's revised permit.
Table 3-84. Sasol's 2013 DMR PACs Discharges




Reported
Caleulated
2009 NPDES Monthly



Flow
Quantity
Quantity
Average Permit Limit
PACs
Outfall
Date
(MGD)
(kg/day)
(Ib/dav)
(Ib/dav)
Benzo(a)anthracene
001
31-Mar-13
2.11
0
0
0.164

001
30-Jun-13
2.77
0.041
0.090
0.164

001
30-Sep-13
2.57
0
0
0.164

001
31-Dec-13
2.34
0
0
0.164
Benzo(a)pyrene
001
31-Mar-13
2.11
0
0
0.164

001
30-Jun-13
2.77
0.041
0.090
0.164
33	Benzo(a)anthracene, benzo(a)pyrene, benzo(k)fluoranthene, benzo(b)fluoranthene, and dibenzo(a,h)anthracene.
34	The monthly average permit limits during the four phases of construction for benzo(a)anthracene and
benzo(a)pyrene are each: phase 1 - 0.164 lb/day, phase 2 - 0.0578 lb/day, phase 3 - 0.0289 lb/day, phase 4 -
0.0211 lb/day (LA DEQ, 2014).
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Table 3-84. Sasol's 2013 DMR PACs Discharges
PACs
On (l ull
Dale
Him
(MCI))
Reported
On ;iii 1 il>
(kii/d;i>)
( aleulaled
Qiianlil.t
(lb/d;i\)
200') \PI)I.S Mon(hl\
A\era}»e Permit l imit
(lb/d;i\)

001
30-Sep-13
2.57
0
0
0.164
001
31-Dec-13
2.34
0
0
0.164
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl, LA DEQ, 2009a.
ExxonMobil Chemical Co. Baytown Olefins Plant
EPA has not reviewed TRI PACs releases from ExxonMobil in Baytown, TX, as part of
recent annual reviews. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the facility to discuss
PACs releases. The facility contact confirmed the reported 2013 TRI PACs releases and stated
that the releases were calculated based on a measured flow from their stormwater outfall
multiplied by half the detection limit of three PACs35 that may be present in the wastewater. The
facility contact stated that the PACs releases were calculated to provide a conservative estimate;
however, the facility reevaluated this approach and determined that there was no reason to
conclude PACs are released at this outfall, because the site's stormwater has no contact with
process areas. Beginning with the 2014 reporting year, the facility plans to report zero PACs
wastewater releases to TRI (Brewer, 2015).
Table 3-85 presents the TRI PACs releases from 2009 through 2013. The facility contact
confirmed the variation in PACs releases from 2009 through 2013 was due to variation in flow.
The facility's NPDES permit does not require monitoring of PACs; therefore, the facility does
not submit PAC discharges on their DMRs (Brewer, 2015). Based on the information provided
by the facility contact, EPA expects a decrease in PACs releases reported to TRI from this
facility.
Table 3-85. ExxonMobil's PACs TRI Releases, 2009 - 2013
Year
Pou nds of PAC Released
PACs TWPE
2009
50
5,000
2010
56
5,640
2011
19
1,910
2012
54
5,440
2013
33
3,320
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
3.10.4 OCPSF Category Total Residual Chlorine Discharges in DMR
Ninety-seven facilities submitted DMRs with total residual chlorine discharges in 2013.
EPA previously reviewed total residual chlorine discharges from OCPSF facilities as part of the
2010 and 2013 Annual Reviews. As part of the 2010 review, EPA determined that a flow
measurement error from one facility resulted in an elevated TWPE; as part of the 2013 review,
EPA determined that discharges from the top facility were from an internal outfall, not an
external outfall. For these reasons, as part of the 2010 and 2013 Annual Reviews, EPA
determined that further review of total residual chlorine discharges was not warranted. Total
35 Benzo(a)anthracene, benzo(a)pyrene, and chrysene.
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residual chlorine is not regulated under the OCPSF ELGs. As shown in Table 3-80, the DMR
discharges of total residual chlorine decreased by over 10,000 TWPE (over 17 percent) from
2011 to 2013, and the number of facilities with discharges also decreased.
EPA's investigation of the total residual chlorine discharges revealed that four facilities,
Equistar Chemicals, in Channelview, TX; Bayer Material Science, in New Martinsville, WV;
INEOS USA Green Lake Plant, in Port Lavaca, TX; and Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., in
Beaumont, TX; account for over 60 percent of the 2013 DMR total residual chlorine discharges
(as shown in Table 3-86, below). EPA reviewed the DMR data submitted by these four facilities
and did not identify any outliers or potential errors. All facilities met permit requirements in
2013: Bayer Material Science has monitoring requirements, while the other three facilities met
minimum total residual chlorine permit limits.
EPA did not conduct a facility-level review of the remaining 93 facilities discharging
total residual chlorine as part of the 2015 Annual Review, as none of the remaining 93 individual
facilities accounted for more than 5,000 TWPE; however, a large number of facilities reported
total residual chlorine discharges on DMRs in 2013 and the data suggest that three of the top four
facilities have minimum total residual chlorine limits in their permits.
Table 3-86. Top 2013 DMR Total Residual Chlorine Discharging Facilities
l-'acilil> Name
l-'acilil.t l.ocalion
Pounds of
Polllllaill
Discharged
Pollutant
T\\ IT.
Peivenl of
Calcs-on TWIT.
Equistar Chemicals
Channelview, TX
18,900
9,440
19%
Bayer MaterialScience
New Martinsville, WV
18,000
9,000
18%
INEOS USA Green Lake Plant
Port Lavaca, TX
12,200
6,110
12%
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
Beaumont, TX
10,300
5,160
11%
All other total residual chlorine dischargers in the OCPSF
Category3
39,000
19,500
40%
Total
98,400
49,200
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 93 additional facilities submitted total residual chlorine discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
3.10.5 OCPSF Category Hexachlorobenzene Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the hexachlorobenzene discharges revealed that two facilities,
Sasol, in Westlake, LA, and Nalco Company, in Garyville, LA, account for 93 percent of the
2013 TRI hexachlorobenzene discharges (as shown in Table 3-87 below). EPA did not
investigate the remaining facilities discharging hexachlorobenzene as part of the 2015 Annual
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Table 3-87. Top 2013 DMR Hexachlorobenzene Discharging Facilities
l-'acilil> Name
l-'acilil.t
Location
Pounds of
Polliilanl
Discharged
Polliilanl
T\\ IT.
Pcrccnl of
( alcgon TWPI.
Sasol NA, Inc., Lake Charles Chemical
Complex
Westlake, LA
8.28
16,100
56%
Nalco Company
Garyville, LA
5.48
10,700
37%
All other hexachlorobenzene dischargers in the OCPSF Category3
1.04
2,020
7%
Total
14.8
28,800
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Eight additional facilities submitted hexachlorobenzene discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
Sasol North America, Inc. Lake Charles Chemical Complex
As discussed in Section 3.10.3, Sasol is an organic chemical manufacturing plant in
Westlake, LA. Sasol discharges hexachlorobenzene from outfall 001, which is a continuous
discharge of process wastewater, process area stormwater, and miscellaneous utility
wastewaters.36 The facility's 2009 NPDES permit includes limits for hexachlorobenzene of
0.005 lb/day monthly average and 0.012 lb/day daily maximum for outfall 001 (LA DEQ,
2009a). EPA reviewed 2013 DMR hexachlorobenzene discharges for Sasol (shown in Table 3-
88) and determined that the June 2013 hexachlorobenzene discharge from outfall 001 is above
the 2009 hexachlorobenzene permit limit for outfall 001. However, as shown in Table 3-89,
Sasol's DMR hexachlorobenzene discharges from 2010 through 2014 have decreased.
Additionally, Sasol's revised 2014 permit includes four phases of hexachlorobenzene limits,
which are increasingly more stringent as construction progresses at the site through 20 1 837 (LA
DEQ, 2014). Even though the facility plans to increase production capacity in future years, the
facility's hexachlorobenzene discharges may decrease due to the more stringent limits included
in the facility's revised permit.
Table 3-88. Sasol's 2013 DMR Hexachlorobenzene Discharges
Outfall
Date
Flow
(MGD)
Reported
Quantity
(k«/day)
Calculated
Quantity
(Ib/dav)
2009 NPDES Monthly Average
Permit Limit (Ib/dav)
001
31-Mar-13
2.11
0
0
0.005
001
30-Jun-13
2.77
0.041
0.09
0.005
36	Process wastewater, process area stormwater, and miscellaneous utility wastewaters are from the Normal Paraffin
Unit, Ethoxylate Unit, Alcohol Unit, Alumina Unit, Linear Alkyl Benzene Unit, Ethylene Unit, Steam Plant,
Georgia Gulf Lake Charles Vinyl Chloride Monomer Plant, and Activated Sludge Unit. Other wastewaters
discharged through outfall 001 include sanitary wastewater, groundwater, holding ponds/basins stormwater,
zeolite regeneration wastewater, boiler blowdown, sulfide caustic, lime settler wastewater, caustic wash quench
settler blowdown, benzene contaminated water and steam condensate, and alcohol quench wastewater (LA DEQ,
2009a).
37	The monthly average permit limits during the four phases of construction for hexachlorobenzene are: phase 1 -
0.0049 lb/day, phase 2 - 0.0017 lb/day, phase 3 - 0.0009 lb/day, phase 4 - 0.00006 lb/day. The daily maximum
permit limits during the four phases of construction for hexachlorobenzene: phase 1 - 0.012 lb/day, phase 2 -
0.0041 lb/day, phase 3 - 0.0021 lb/day, phase 4 -0.0015 lb/day (LA DEQ, 2014).
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Table 3-88. Sasol's 2013 DMR Hexachlorobenzene Discharges
Outfall
Date
Flow
(MGD)
Reported
Quantity
(kg/day)
Calculated
Quantity
(Ib/dav)
2009 NPDES Monthly Average
Permit Limit (Ib/dav)
001
30-Sep-13
2.57
0
0
0.005
001
31-Dec-13
2.34
0
0
0.005
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl, LA DEQ, 2009a.
Table 3-89. Sasol's Hexachlorobenzene DMR Discharges, 2010 - 2014
Year
Pounds of Hexachlorobenzene
Discharged
Hexachlorobenzene TWPE
2010
28.3
55,200
2011
20.4
39,900
2012
25.8
50,400
2013
8.28
16,100
2014
8.27
16,100
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
Nalco Company
Nalco Company discharges hexachlorobenzene from outfall 001. The outfall has a
continuous discharge of treated process wastewater38 (LA DEQ, 2009b). EPA previously
reviewed hexachlorobenzene discharges from this facility as part of the 2011 Annual Review and
determined that the reported daily maximum and monthly average concentrations do not exceed
the hexachlorobenzene limits in the facility's permit (U.S. EPA, 2012). The facility's permit
requires that the quantity of hexachlorobenzene discharged be reported annually (LA DEQ,
2009b). Table 3-90 presents Nalco's 2013 DMR hexachlorobenzene discharges and associated
permit limits. As shown, the reported daily maximum and monthly average quantities do not
exceed the hexachlorobenzene limits in the facility's permit.
Table 3-90. 2013 DMR Hexachlorobenzene Discharges for Nalco Company

2013 DMR Dala
Pcrmil l imits
1 low (\K,I)>
Quanlil> (kg/da>)
Pounds (ll)/da\)
( a leu la (cd Quanlil> (kg/da>)
Daily Maximum
0.41
0.0068
0.1
0.0454
Monthly Average
0.41
0.0068
0.05
0.0227
Source: LADEQ, 2009b, DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
3.10.6 OCPSF Category Dioxin Discharges in DMR and TRI
EPA reviewed 2013 DMR and TRI data on dioxin and dioxin-like compounds from OCPSF
facilities for the 2015 Annual Review. EPA's investigation of the 2013 DMR dioxin data
revealed that one facility, A.K. A. Solutia Nitro Site (Solutia), in Nitro, WV, accounts for over 99
38 Treated process wastewater results from the following areas: acrylamide manufacturing, emulsion
polymerization, general purpose reactors and blenders, Kathon™/glutaraldehyde blends, storage and cleaning,
Evonik polymer, and the lab. Process area stormwater, utility wastewaters from cooling tower biowdown, boiler
blowdown, and water demineralizer, coagulants and cleaners wastewater, and treated sanitary wastewater are also
discharged through outfall 001 (LA DEQ, 2009b).
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percent of the 2013 DMR 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD)39 discharges (as shown in
Table 3-91).
Table 3-91. Top 2013 DMR TCDD Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility
Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
A.K.A. Solutia Nitro Site
Nitro, WV
0.0000359
25,200
99.9%
The Dow Chemical Company
Midland, MI
3.50 x 10"9
2.46
0.01%
Total
0.0000359
25,200
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
EPA's investigation of the 2013 TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compounds releases revealed
that two facilities, Sasol, in Westlake, LA, and Dow Chemical, in Midland, MI, account for 93
percent of the 2013 TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound releases (as shown in Table 3-92
below). EPA did not investigate the remaining facility, Shell Chemical, in Deer Park, TX,
releasing dioxin and dioxin-like compounds as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-92. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound Releases
Facility Name
FaciliM
locution
Pounds of
Pollulanl
Released
Pollulanl
T\\ IT.
Percenl of
( alejion TWPI.
Sasol NA, Inc. Lake Charles Chemical
Complex
Westlake, LA
0.00107
53,700
77%
The Dow Chemical Company
Midland, MI
0.00408
11,100
16%
Shell Chemical
Deer Park, TX
0.00170
4,870
7%
Total
0.00685
69,700
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
A.K.A. Solutia Nitro Site
Solutia's Nitro Site is an active remedial construction site. The TCDD discharges at the
site are a result of byproducts created by the production of the herbicide 2, 4, 5-
trichlorophenoxyacetic acid at the site from 1948 to 1969. As part of the 2015 Annual Review,
EPA contacted Solutia about the facility's TCDD discharges. The facility contact stated that they
are implementing remediation activities under a RCRA corrective action permit, which includes
capping and covering areas with TCDD-affected soils, and pumping and treating groundwater
from the affected area on site. Remediation activities were scheduled to be completed in summer
2015 (House, 2014). The facility's DMR TCDD TWPE decreased from 25,200 in 2013 to 4,950
in 2014. The facility contact stated that TCDD discharges are expected to cease with the
completion of the remediation activities (House, 2014). Because the facility is implementing
39 TCDD is a dioxin compound. Facilities can submit DMR data for individual dioxin compounds. In TRI, facilities
report dioxin compounds as the group of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds.
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remediation activities, EPA expects the TCDD discharges to continue to decrease on future
DMRs.
The Dow Chemical Company
Dow Chemical in Midland, MI, is a large chemical manufacturing facility and discharges
dioxin and dioxin-like compounds from outfall 031. The facility is a top TRI discharger of dioxin
and dioxin-like compounds in the OCPSF Category (as shown in Table 3-92).
EPA previously reviewed TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges from Dow
Chemical as part of the 2009 Annual Review and determined that such discharges mostly
resulted from historical processes. As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the
facility to discuss its dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges. The facility contact confirmed
the 2013 TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges and stated that they were calculated
from measured concentrations from bi-weekly wastewater composite samples using EPA
Method 1613B (non-detect concentrations were treated as zero). The facility contact indicated
that discharges are from historical processes and waste management units that are no longer in
operation at the site (Kennett, 2015). Although TRI releases are based on sampling data, they are
significantly higher than discharges submitted on the facility's DMRs. Table 3-93 presents TRI
dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges for Dow Chemical from 2008 through 2013. As
shown, discharges ranged from 6,740 to 13,200 TWPE over those 6 years.
Table 3-93. Dow Chemical Company TRI Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound Releases,
2008-2013
Year
Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound TWPE
2008
11,300
2009
6,740
2010
13,200
2011
9,500
2012
8,890
2013
11,100
Source: TRILT()utput20l3 v 1. DMR Loading Tool.
Sasol North America Inc. Lake Charles Chemical Complex
EPA has previously reviewed TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound releases from Sasol
as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews. As part of these reviews, the facility contact stated
that the dioxin and dioxin-like compound distribution is based on an average of 12 different
samples at the facility, and all non-detect results are equal to one half of the method detection
limit. EPA revised the 2009 and 2011 dioxin loads based on the dioxin and dioxin-like
compound distribution provided by the facility by zeroing the non-detect results (U.S. EPA, 2012
and 2014). As part of the 2015 Annual Review, the facility contact confirmed that the method of
determining the TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound release at the facility had not changed
(Shaw, 2014). Therefore, EPA corrected the 2013 dioxin load similar to previous years by
zeroing the non-detect results. Table 3-94 presents original and corrected pounds of dioxin and
dioxin-like compound releases from 2009 through 2013. Incorporating this correction decreases
the TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound TWPE for the OCPSF category from 69,700 to
22,500, as shown in Table 3-81.
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Table 3-94. Sasol's Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound TRI Releases, 2009 - 2013
Year
Original Pounds Discharged
Corrected Pounds Discharged
2009
0.000890
0.0006
2010
0.000898
0.0008983
2011
0.000912
0.0006
2012
0.000943
0.0009433
2013
0.00107
0.0007
Source: DMR Loading Tool; U.S. EPA, 2012, U.S. EPA 2014
a EPA did not review 2010 or 2012 dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges for this facility; therefore,
discharges were not corrected.
3.10.7 OCPSF Category Carbon Disulfide Releases in TRI
EPA's investigation of carbon disulfide releases revealed that three facilities, Viskase
Corp., in Loudon, TN, Innovia Films, Inc., in Tecumseh, KS, and Viscofan USA, Inc., in
Danville, IL, account for 97 percent of the 2013 TRI carbon disulfide releases (as shown in Table
3-95). EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities releasing carbon disulfide as part of the
2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-95. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Carbon Disulfide Releases
l-'acilil> Name
l-'aciliM
locution
Pounds of
Pollulani
Released
Pollulani
T\\ IT.
Percenl of
( alegon TWIT.
Viskase Corporation
Loudon, TN
35,400
99,000
63%
Innovia Films, Inc.
Tecumseh, KS
10,500
29,300
19%
Viscofan USA, Inc.
Danville, IL
8,800
24,600
16%
All other carbon disulfide releases in the OCPSF Category3
1,550
4,340
3%
Total
56,200
157,000
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Seven additional facilities reported carbon disulfide releases in the 2013 TRI.
Viskase Corporation
The Viskase Corporation in Loudon, TN, is a food casings manufacturer, one of two
facilities operated by Viskase Corporation, the world's largest producer of small-sized food
casings (U.S. EPA, 201 lb). Viskase Corporation's reported indirect releases of carbon disulfide
account for 63 percent of the 2013 TRI OCPSF carbon disulfide TWPE. As shown in Table 3-96
below, releases reported in 2012 and 2013 are substantially greater than releases reported from
2008 through 2011.
EPA reviewed 2006 through 2009 indirect releases from Viskase Corporation in 2011 as
part of its Preliminary Study of Carbon Disulfide Discharges from Cellulose Products
Manufacturers (U.S. EPA, 201 lb). Specifically, EPA contacted Viskase Corporation and the
local pretreatment coordinator to confirm the carbon disulfide releases. At the time, EPA
determined that the majority of the carbon disulfide concentrations measured at the POTW
influent did not exceed the industrial user permit limit for carbon disulfide of 5 mg/L. More
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importantly, the concentrations reviewed were prior to treatment through the receiving POTW.
EPA determined that the carbon disulfide concentrations in the POTW effluent following
treatment are likely below levels of detection, and are likely no concern to human health and
aquatic life. See Section 5.2 of EPA's Preliminary Study of Carbon Discharge Discharges from
Cellulose Products Manufacturers for more information (U.S. EPA, 201 lb).
Similar to its 2007 through 2011 releases, the facility reported that the 2012 and 2013
releases are based on periodic or random monitoring data or measurements. As part of the 2015
Annual Review, EPA made several attempts to contact Viskase Corporation to confirm the
findings from its 2011 preliminary study and understand why the carbon disulfide releases
increased by an order of magnitude from 2011 to 2012, and then nearly doubled in 2013, but the
facility did not respond to the requests (Yoder, 2014). Based on conclusions from the 2011
preliminary study, EPA determined that the carbon disulfide discharges volatilize and likely do
not pass through to the POTW effluent.
Table 3-96. Viskase Corporation Carbon Disulfide TRI Indirect Releases, 2007 - 2013
Year
Total Indirect Pounds
Total Indirect TWPE
2007
428
1,200
2008
1,920
5,380
2009
2,080
5,820
2010
2,080
5,820
2011
1,920
5,380
2012
19,000
53,300
2013
35,400
99,000
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
Innovia Films, Inc.
Innovia Films, Inc., in Tecumseh, KS, manufactures cellophane used primarily in food
packaging. Innovia reported direct releases of carbon disulfide accounting for 19 percent of the
2013 TRI OCPSF carbon disulfide TWPE. Reported TRI releases from the facility peaked in
2009, decreased in 2010, and were relatively consistent between 2010 and 2013 (as shown in
Table 3-97). The facility reported that 2007 through 2013 TRI release estimates are based on
periodic or random monitoring data or measurements. The facility also has a NPDES permit
(KS0003204) and reports carbon disulfide releases on DMRs. Table 3-97 shows a comparison of
the TRI and DMR discharge data for 2007 through 2013. As shown in the table, TRI releases
have remained fairly consistent from 2010 through 2013, while DMR discharges have
significantly decreased. Therefore, EPA is unsure of the representativeness of the facility's
carbon disulfide releases reported to TRI.
EPA reviewed the facility's NPDES permit as part of the Preliminary Study of Carbon
Disulfide Discharges from Cellulose Products Manufacturers (U.S. EPA, 201 lb). From this
review, EPA determined that the facility recovers volatilized carbon disulfide, a valuable
feedstock, using steam. Some carbon disulfide is captured in the steam condensate and is
transferred to the wastewater treatment system. At this facility, the sampling point is more than
one mile away from the wastewater treatment system's final discharge point. As a result, during
the study EPA determined that the concentration of carbon disulfide entering the surface water is
likely lower than sampled because of this distance and volatilization (U.S. EPA, 201 lb). The
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TRI releases have declined slightly since the 2011 preliminary study, while the DMR discharges
have decreased substantially since the 2011 preliminary study, and the actual concentration of
carbon disulfide entering the surface water is likely lower than measured by sampling (because
of the distance between sampling and outfall, and volatilization).
Table 3-97. Innovia Films Inc. Carbon Disulfide DMR and TRI Releases, 2007 - 2013
Year
Total TRI Pounds
DMR Pounds
2007
5,440
No data available
2008
19,900
12,900
2009
26,500
28,200
2010
10,500
10,200
2011
14,000
7,130
2012
11,000
2,380
2013
10,500
973
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMRLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
Viscofatt USA, Inc.
Viscofan USA, Inc., in Danville, IL, manufactures food casings. The facility reported
indirect releases of carbon disulfide accounting for 16 percent of the 2013 TRI OCPSF carbon
disulfide TWPE. Table 3-98 presents the facility's carbon disulfide TRI releases from 2007
through 2013. The facility reported that their TRI release estimates are based on periodic or
random monitoring data or measurements, but has not responded to EPA's requests for
confirmation and details (Webster, 2014). The facility has an active NPDES permit, but does not
monitor for carbon disulfide. The reported releases of carbon disulfide from Viscofan USA are to
POTWs. Similar to the findings discussed for Viskase above, EPA determined that the carbon
disulfide discharges volatilize and likely do not pass through to the POTW effluent.
Table 3-98. Viscofan USA, Inc. Carbon Disulfide TRI Indirect Releases, 2007 - 2013
Year
Total Indirect Pounds
Total Indirect TWPE
2007
1,600
4,480
2008
3,840
10,800
2009
2,240
6,270
2010
9,280
26,000
2011
7,880
22,100
2012
9,920
27,800
2013
8,800
24,600
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
3.10.8 OCPSF Category Nitrate Compounds Releases in TRI
EPA's investigation of the nitrate compounds releases revealed that two facilities, DSM
Chemicals NA, Inc., in Augusta, GA, and DuPont Chambers Works, in Deepwater, NJ, together
account for 38 percent of the 2013 TRI nitrate compounds releases (as shown in Table 3-99
below). EPA did not conduct facility-level reviews for any of the remaining 119 facilities
releasing nitrate compounds in TRI as part of the 2015 Annual Review because none of them
contributes more than 1,000 TWPE to the total nitrate TRI TWPE for the OCPSF Category.
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Table 3-99. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Nitrate Compound Releases
l-'acilil> Name
l-'acilil>
locution
Pounds of
Polliilanl
Released
Polliilanl
T\\ IT.
Percenl of
( alexin TWIT.
DSM Chemicals NA, Inc.
Augusta, GA
4,390,000
3,280
25%
DuPont Chambers Works
Deepwater, NJ
2,320,000
1,730
13%
All other nitrate compound releases in the OCPSF Category3
11,000,000
8,220
62%
Total
17,700,000
13,200
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 119 additional facilities reported nitrate compound releases in the 2013 TRI.
DSM Chemicals NA, Inc.
DSM Chemicals NA, Inc. produces caprolactum, a monomer used to make nylon fibers.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted DSM Chemicals NA about its 2013 TRI
nitrate compounds releases (Connell, 2015). Most of the nitrate releases are generated at the
facility's on-site wastewater treatment plant. Oxidation of organic raw materials during
production of caprolactum forms ammonia and nitrites. These nitrogen compounds are then
oxidized to nitrate compounds by nitrification in the wastewater treatment plant.
The facility estimated the TRI releases based on monitoring data. The facility samples
wastewater three times a week from the wastewater treatment plant effluent and calculates a
monthly average nitrate concentration. The facility multiplies the monthly nitrate average
concentration by the average monthly flow to determine the annual pounds of nitrate compounds
released (Connell, 2015). As shown in Table 3-100, the facility's nitrate compound TRI releases
have been fairly similar from 2010 through 2013.
Table 3-100. DSM Chemicals NA, Inc. Nitrate Compound TRI Releases, 2010 - 2013
Year
Pounds of Nitrate Compounds
Released
Nitrate TWPE
2010
4,510,000
3,370
2011
5,220,000
3,900
2012
4,080,000
3,050
2013
4,390,000
3,280
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
DuPont Chambers Works
DuPont Chambers Works manufactures hundreds of intermediate products for
automotive, consumer, and agricultural uses at five different units at its Deepwater, NJ site
(Young, 2014), and releases nitrate compounds directly to surface waters. As part of the 2015
Annual Review, EPA contacted DuPont Chambers Works about its 2013 TRI nitrate compounds
releases (Northey, 2015). The facility estimated nitrate releases based on mass balance
calculations. The facility samples the final effluent for nitrate compounds weekly, using EPA
method 300.0. The facility subtracts the source water nitrate concentration from the effluent
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concentration to get the net concentration contributed by its industrial activity. Nitrate was
detected in all 2013 samples (Northey, 2015).
As shown in Table 3-101, the facility's nitrate compounds releases in 2012 and 2013 are
about half of the levels reported in 2007 through 2011. According to the facility contact, the
decrease in releases was due to process changes on site, resulting in decreased nitrogen loading
to the facility's wastewater treatment plant (Northey, 2015).
Table 3-101. DuPont Chambers Works Nitrate Compounds TRI Releases, 2010 - 2013
Year
Pounds of Nitrate Compounds
Released
Nitrate TWPE
2007
4,110,000
3,070
2008
5,310,000
3,970
2009
3,210,000
6,430
2010
4,400,000
3,290
2011
4,260,000
3,180
2012
2,460,000
1,840
2013
2,320,000
1,730
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
The individual facility TWPE associated with nitrate discharges across the OCPSF
Category appears to be relatively low (less than 3,300); however, a large number of facilities
reported nitrate compound release to TRI in 2013.
3.10.9 OCPSF Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the OCPSF Category discharges resulted primarily from PACs,
total residual chlorine, hexachlorobenzene, and dioxin discharges reported on DMRs, and PACs,
dioxin and dioxin-like compound, carbon disulfide, and nitrate compound releases reported to
TRI. From the 2015 Annual Review, EPA found:
• PACs. Two facilities, Honeywell, in Hopewell, VA, and E. I. DuPont de Nemours, in
Washington, WV, account for 94 percent of the 2013 DMR benzo[a]pyrene and
benzo[k]fluoranthene discharges. Additionally, two facilities, Sasol, in Westlake, LA,
and ExxonMobil, in Baytown, TX, account for 96 percent of the 2013 TRI PACs
releases. The results of EPA's review of PACs discharges were:
-	EPA confirmed that the DMR benzo[a]pyrene and benzo[k]fluoranthene
discharges for Honeywell and E. I. DuPont de Nemours were below detection and
should be corrected to zero. Incorporating this correction decreases the OCPSF
benzo[a]pyrene TWPE from 59,800 to 3,230, and the benzo[k]fluoranthene
TWPE from 18,200 to 971.
-	Sasol, in Westlake, LA, is a top facility for 2013 TRI PACs releases. The facility
has a NPDES permit, which sets limits for the discharge of five PACs. The TRI
data were based on monitoring data for the facility's NPDES permit. The facility
is currently meeting its PACs permit limits. In addition, the facility plans to
expand from 2015 through 2018, and their revised 2014 NPDES permit has four
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phases of increasingly stringent pollutant limits that the facility must meet as
construction progresses.
-	A facility contact at ExxonMobil, in Baytown, TX, confirmed their 2013 TRI
PACs release and stated that the facility based its calculations on conservative
estimates of PACs concentrations and that it is not likely that PACs are actually
present. As a result, the facility plans to report zero PACs wastewater releases to
TRI in future years. Based on the information provided by the facility contact,
EPA expects a decrease in PACs releases reported to TRI from this facility.
-	For the reasons identified above, EPA has determined that PACs releases for the
OCPSF Category do not represent a hazard priority at this time.
•	Total Residual Chlorine. Total residual chlorine is not a regulated pollutant under the
OCPSF ELGs. Ninety-seven facilities submitted DMRs with total residual chlorine
discharges in 2013; four facilities account for over 60 percent of those discharges.
EPA reviewed the DMR data submitted by the top four facilities and found that all
four met their permit limits in 2013. In addition, EPA found that three of the facilities
had minimum chlorine permit limits. EPA did not conduct a facility-level review of
the total residual chlorine discharges for the remaining 93 facilities because no
facility individually contributed more than 5,000 TWPE. However, EPA notes that
large number of facilities (97 facilities) reported total residual chlorine discharges on
DMRs in 2013 and three of the top four facilities reporting total residual chlorine
discharges have minimum total residual chlorine limits in their permits.
•	Hexachlorobenzene. Two facilities, Sasol, in Westlake, LA, and Nalco Company, in
Garyville, LA, account for 93 percent of the 2013 DMR hexachlorobenzene
discharges. EPA determined that hexachlorobenzene discharges from Sasol will likely
continue to decrease due to the implementation of more stringent permit limits. Nalco
Company's hexachlorobenzene discharges are also below its current permit limits. As
a result, EPA determined that hexachlorobenzene discharges for the OCPSF Category
do not represent a hazard priority at this time.
•	Dioxin. One facility, Solutia, in Nitro, WV, accounts for over 99 percent of the 2013
DMR TCDD discharges. Two facilities, Sasol, in Westlake, LA, and Dow Chemical,
in Midland, MI, account for 93 percent of the 2013 TRI dioxin and dioxin-like
compound releases. EPA reviewed the dioxin discharges and found the following:
-	The facility contact at Solutia stated that the facility is implementing remediation
activities under a RCRA permit, which includes capping and covering areas with
TCDD-affected soils, and pumping and treating groundwater from the affected
area on site. TCDD discharges at the site have decreased from 2013 to 2014; the
facility expects that the TCDD discharges will cease with the completion of
remediation activities, scheduled for summer 2015.
-	EPA identified a data correction for the TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound
releases from Sasol, decreasing the OCPSF category dioxin and dioxin-like
compound TRI TWPE from 69,700 to 22,500.
-	The facility contact at Dow Chemical confirmed the 2013 TRI dioxin and dioxin-
like compound release data, and stated that the dioxin and dioxin-like compound
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releases are from historical processes and waste management units that are no
longer in operation at the site.
-	For the reasons identified above, EPA has determined that dioxin discharges for
the OCPSF Category do not represent a hazard priority at this time.
•	Carbon Disulfide. Three cellulose products manufacturing facilities, Viskase
Corporation, in Loudon, TN, Innovia Films Inc., in Tecumseh, KS, and Viscofan
USA Inc., in Danville, IL, account for 97 percent of the 2013 TRI carbon disulfide
releases. EPA reviewed the carbon disulfide releases and found the following:
-	EPA reviewed indirect carbon disulfide releases from Viskase Corporation in
2011, as part of the Preliminary Study of Carbon Disulfide Discharges from
Cellulose Products Manufacturers. Consistent with previous findings, EPA
determined that the carbon disulfide discharges likely do not pass through to the
POTW effluent.
-	EPA reviewed Innovia Films, Inc.'s NPDES permit in 2011, as part of the
Preliminary Study of Carbon Disulfide Discharges from Cellulose Products
Manufacturers. At the time, EPA determined that the concentration of carbon
disulfide entering the surface water is likely lower than sampled because of
additional volatilization over the long distance between the sampling point and
the wastewater treatment system final discharge point. TRI carbon disulfide
discharges at the facility have remained stable from 2010 to 2013, and DMR
discharges have decreased substantially from 2010 to 2013; therefore, EPA has
continued to find that 2013 TRI discharges are likely lower than sampled.
-	As was the case for Viskase, the reported releases of carbon disulfide from
Viscofan USA, Inc., are to POTWs. EPA determined that the carbon disulfide
discharges likely do not pass through to the POTW effluent.
-	Only ten facilities reported TRI carbon disulfide releases in 2013 and three
constituted 97 percent of the releases (two of these discharge indirectly to
POTWs). EPA does not consider the carbon disulfide releases to be representative
of the OCPSF category.
•	Nitrate. One hundred twenty-one facilities reported releases of nitrate compounds to
TRI in 2013; two facilities, DSM Chemicals NA, Inc., in Augusta, GA, and DuPont
Chambers Works, in Deepwater, NJ, account for 38 percent of those releases. EPA
confirmed that both facilities base their nitrate compound TRI releases on monitoring
data. DSM Chemical's TRI nitrate releases have remained fairly similar from 2010
through 2013, while DuPont Chambers Works' TRI nitrate compound releases have
decreased from 2010 through 2013. EPA did not conduct a facility-level review of the
remaining 119 facilities with reported TRI nitrate compound releases in 2013, as the
majority contribute less than 1,000 TWPE each. However, EPA notes that a large
number of facilities (121 facilities) reported nitrate compound releases to TRI in
2013.
3.10.10 OCPSF Category References
1. Brewer, Kevin. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Kevin
Brewer, ExxonMobil Chemical Co., and Eva Knoth, Eastern Research Group,
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Inc., Re: 2013 TRI PACs Releases from ExxonMobil Chemical Co. in Baytown,
TX. (May 7). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08171.
2.	Connell, Elizabeth. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between
Elizabeth Connell, DSM Chemicals NA, Inc., and Eva Knoth, Eastern Research
Group, Inc., Re: 2013 TRI Nitrate Releases from DSM Chemicals NA, Inc.,
Augusta, GA. (May 7). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08172.
3.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review for Point
Source Category - 414 - Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers.
(September). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08173.
4.	House, Michael. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication Between Michael
House, A.K. A Solutia, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 DMR 2,3,7,8-TCDD Discharges for A.K.A Solutia Nitro Site. (December
18). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08174.
5.	Kennett, Shari. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Shari
Kennett, Dow Chemical, and Eva Knoth, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013
TRI Dioxin Releases from Dow Chemical Co., Midland, MI. (May 8). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08175.
6.	LA DEQ. 2009a. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES
Permit: SasolNorth America, Westlake, LA (LA0003336). (November 13). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08176.
7.	LA DEQ. 2009b. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES
Permit: Nalco Company, Garyville, LA (LA0038890). (March 10). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08177.
8.	LA DEQ. 2014. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES Permit:
Sasol North America, Westlake, LA (LA0003336). (April 29). EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08178.
9.	Northey, Scott. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Scott
Northey, DuPont Chambers Works, and Eva Knoth, Eastern Research Group,
Inc., Re: 2013 TRI Nitrate Releases from DuPont Chamber Works, Deepwater,
NJ. (May 7). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08179.
10.	Sasol. 2015. Sasol North American Operations. Lake Charles Chemical Complex
and R&D. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08180.
11.	Shaw, Scott. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication Between Scott Shaw,
Sasol North America, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re:
2013 DMR Dioxin Discharges for Sasol. (December 23). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08181.
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U.S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-821-R-04-014. EPA-HQ-OW-
2003-0074-1346 through 1352.
U.S. EPA. 2005a. Preliminary 2005 Review of Prioritized Categories of
Industrial Dischargers. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-821-B-05-004. EPA-
HQ-OW-2004-0032-0016.
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, D.C. (April). EPA-HQ-OW-2004-
0032-2568.
U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-06-018. EPA-HQ-
OW-2004-0032-2782.
U.S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-821-R-07-007.
EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
U.S. EPA. 2008. Technical Support Document for the 2008 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-821-R-08-015. EPA-HQ-OW-
2006-0771-1701.
U.S. EPA. 2009. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2010 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-821-R-09-006.
EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-0514.
U.S. EPA. 201 la. Technical Support Document for the 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-820-R-10-021. EPA-HQ-OW-
2008-0517-0618.
U.S. EPA. 201 lb. Preliminary Study of Carbon Disulfide Discharges from
Cellulose Products Manufacturers. Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-
11-009. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08182.
U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA 821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
U.S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
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24.	VA DEQ. 2008. Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. NPDES Permit:
Honeywell International, Inc., Hopewell, VA. (September 30). EPA-HQ-OW-
2014-0170-0033.
25.	Webster, Jack. 2014. Telephone Communication Between Jack Webster, Viscofan
USA, Inc., and Elizabeth Gentile, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 TRI
Carbon Disulfide Discharges from Viscofan USA, Inc. (December). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08183.
26.	Yoder, Michael. 2014. Telephone and Email Communication Between Michael
Yoder, Viskase Corporation, and Elizabeth Gentile, Eastern Research Group, Inc.,
Re: 2013 TRI Carbon Disulfide Discharges from Viskase Corp. (December).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08184.
27.	Young, Alex. 2014. New DuPont Chambers Works plant manager ready to take
on big change. South Jersey Times. (December). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
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3.11 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (40 CFR Part 430)
EPA identified the Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (Pulp and Paper) Category for
preliminary review because it ranks high again, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents
(TWPE), in the final 2015 combined point source category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed
discharges from this category as part of the Preliminary and Final Effluent Guidelines Program
Plans in 2004-2013 in which it also ranked high (U.S. EPA, 2004, 2006a, 2007, 2008, 2009a,
2011, 2012, 2014a, and 2014b). During its 2006 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan development,
EPA also conducted a detailed study of this industry (U.S. EPA, 2006b).
This section summarizes the results of the 2015 Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015
review on discharges of hydrogen sulfide, dioxin and dioxin-like compounds, and manganese
and manganese compounds because of their high TWPE relative to other pollutants discharged
by facilities in the Pulp and Paper Category. Dioxin and dioxin-like compounds and manganese
and manganese compounds, reviewed as part of the 2013 Annual Review, continue to be top
pollutants of concern. Hydrogen sulfide was added as a Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting
requirement in 2012. As a result, in 2013, hydrogen sulfide contributed a substantial amount of
TWPE for the category. Therefore, for the 2015 Annual Review, available discharge data
showed substantial contributions of hydrogen sulfide to the Pulp and Paper Category TWPE.
3.11.1 Pulp and Paper Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-102 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the Pulp and Paper
Category from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in
2012 or 2014, but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual
review, as described in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). As
discussed in this section, during the 2015 Annual Review, EPA identified a data correction that
affected the 2013 TRI data and TWPE. The bottom row of Table 3-102 shows both the original
data and the corrected data resulting from this review.
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Table 3-102. Pulp and Paper Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges
Reported for 2009, 2011, and 2013
Yesir of
Dischiiriic
Yesirof
Rc\ ic'\\
Pulp iind P;iper ('silicon l ;icili(> ( oiinls'1
Pulp iind Paper ('siicgon TWIT.
Toliilol TRI
l-'iicililics
loliil I)\1R
Mii.jur l-'iicililios
loliil DMR
Minor l-'iicililics
TRI
1 w pi-:1*
DMR
1 w pr
loliil
2009
2011
250
137
20
1,080,000
260,000d
1,340,000
2011
2013
219
130
24
651,000
576,000e
1,230,000
2013
2015
226
110
16
2,750,000f
321,000
3,070,000f
1,820,000s
2,140,000s
Sources: 2013 Annual Review Report (for 2009 and 2011 DMR and TRI Data) (U.S. EPA, 2014);
DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI).
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
" Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals. The 2013 TRI TWPE also includes TWPE associated with reported releases of hydrogen
sulfide. Facilities began reporting releases of hydrogen sulfide to TRI in 2012.
0 Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
d 2009 data after corrections were made during the 2011 Annual Review.
e 2011 data after corrections were made during the 2013 Annual Review.
f 2013 data prior to corrections made during the 2015 Annual Review.
g 2013 data after corrections were made during the 2015 Annual Review.
As shown in Table 3-102, the TRI TWPE decreased from 2009 to 2011, then increased
substantially from 2011 to 2013 while the number of facilities reporting releases to TRI
decreased from 2009 to 2013. The total number of facilities submitting discharge monitoring
reports (DMRs) decreased from 2009 to 2013, the DMR TWPE increased from 2009 to 2011 and
decreased from 2011 to 2013. The increase in TRI TWPE from 2011 to 2013 can be attributed to
new requirements for reporting hydrogen sulfide releases, discussed in the sections below.
3.11.2 Pulp and Paper Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Pulp and Paper Category focused on the 2013 TRI releases
because the TRI data dominate the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-103 shows the five
pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 TRI TWPE. Table 3-103 also presents the
2013 TRI TWPE after EPA corrected an error identified in this preliminary category review
(discussed in the sections below). As a point of comparison, Table 3-103 also shows the 2011
TRI facility count and TWPE for these top five pollutants, based on the 2013 Annual Review
(U.S. EPA, 2014). Because hydrogen sulfide was added as a TRI reporting requirement in 2012,
no hydrogen sulfide releases were reported in 2011.
Hydrogen sulfide, dioxin and dioxin-like compounds, and manganese and manganese
compounds contribute over 92 percent of the original 2013 TRI TWPE for the Pulp and Paper
Category (prior to corrections discussed below). Sections 3.11.3 through 3.11.5 present EPA's
investigation of reported TRI releases of the top three pollutants. EPA did not conduct a facility-
level investigation of lead and lead compounds and mercury and mercury compounds, as part of
the 2015 Annual Review, because they account for less than 4 percent of the total TRI TWPE.
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However, many facilities report lead and lead compound and mercury and mercury compound
releases to TRI and individually their TWPE is over 45,000, as shown in Table 3-103.
Table 3-103. Pulp and Paper Category Top TRI Pollutants
Pollutant"
2013 TRI Data
2011 TRI Data
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutant1'
Original
TWPE
Corrected
TWPE
Number of Facilities
Reporting Pollutantb
TWPE
Hydrogen Sulfide
98
1,190,000
1,190,000
NA°
NA°
Dioxin and Dioxin-Like
Compounds
42
1,090,000
158,000
38
238,000
Manganese and Manganese
Compounds
112
318,000
318,000
104
266,000
Lead and Lead Compounds
172
47,700
47,700
157
48,000
Mercury and Mercury
Compounds
84
46,500
46,500
81
52,700
Top Pollutant Total
NA
2,690,000
1,760,000
NA
605,000
Pulp and Paper Category
Total
226
2,750,000
1,820,000
219
651,000
Sources: TRlLTOutput2011 _vl; TRILTOutput2013_vl
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
a Lead and lead compound and mercury and mercury compound releases combined contribute less than 5 percent
of the original 2013 category TRI TWPE. Therefore, EPA did not review releases of either pollutant as part of
the 2015 Annual Review.
b Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
0 Hydrogen sulfide was added as a TRI reporting requirement in 2012; it was not a TRI-listed chemical in 2011.
3.11.3 Pulp and Paper Category Hydrogen Sulfide Releases in TRI
EPA's investigation of the hydrogen sulfide data revealed that seven facilities account for
80 percent of the hydrogen sulfide releases reported to TRI in 2013 (shown in Table 3-104). EPA
investigated the top facility, which accounts for more than a quarter of the total hydrogen sulfide
releases and double the releases reported by any of the other top reporting facilities. EPA did not
review in further detail the hydrogen sulfide releases for the remaining 97 pulp and paper mills
as part of the 2015 Annual Review, but instead focused on understanding the presence, fate, and
concentrations of hydrogen sulfide in pulp and paper mill effluents.
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Table 3-104. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Hydrogen Sulfide Releases
Facility Name
Facility Location
Pounds of
Pollutant
Released
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
Georgia-Pacific, Monticello
Monticello, MS
115,000
323,000
27.2%
Rocktenn
Stevenson, AL
50,600
142,000
11.9%
Alabama River Cellulose LLC
Perdue Hill, AL
45,800
128,000
10.8%
Brunswick Cellulose, Inc.
Brunswick, GA
45,300
127,000
10.7%
Rayonier Performance Fibers Jesup Mill
Jesup, GA
34,600
97,000
8.2%
Georgia-Pacific, Cedar Springs LLC
Cedar Springs, GA
34,000
95,300
8.0%
Georgia-Pacific, Toledo LLC
Toledo, OR
16,100
45,100
3.8%
All other hydrogen sulfide dischargers in the Pulp and Paper
Category3
82,100
230,000
19.4%
Total
424,000
1,190,000
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a 91 additional facilities reported hydrogen sulfide releases in the 2013 TRI.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the American Forest and Paper
Association (AF&PA) and the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI).
AF&PA is the national trade association of the forest, pulp, paper, paperboard, and wood
products industry. NCASI is a nonprofit research institute funded by the North American forest
products industry, including pulp and paper facilities. AF&PA and NCASI provided information
on the presence, fate, and concentrations of hydrogen sulfide in pulp and paper mill effluents.
Hydrogen sulfide, one of several forms of reduced sulfur, can occur in pulp and paper mill
wastewater primarily from two processes: 1) the use and recovery of sulfur-containing pulping
liquors; and 2) biological reduction of sulfate or other oxidized sulfur species in wastewater
collection or treatment systems. Because most wastewater treatment systems in the forest
products industry use aerobic biological treatment, AF&PA and NCASI suggested that high
concentrations of hydrogen sulfide do not occur at pulp and paper mills that properly treat their
wastewater. However, according to AF&PA and NCASI, it is possible for trace levels of
hydrogen sulfide to be present in some treated effluents. Available data from four pulp mills
using aerobic treatment showed hydrogen sulfide removal rates greater than 98 percent, mostly
due to oxidation in the wastewater treatment system (Wiegand, 2015).
NCASI collected wastewater samples at 25 pulp and paper mills in the U.S. and Canada
for total sulfide concentrations and published the results in 2012 in an NCASI Technical Bulletin
(NCASI, 2012; Wiegand 2015). The mills were not a random sample, but were chosen because
they had experienced odor-related issues in which sulfide may have been a factor. Therefore, the
data represent mills with potentially higher concentrations of sulfide in their wastewater than are
likely to be found in the category as a whole. The samples were analyzed using NCASI Method
RSC-02.02, which uses direct aqueous injection gas chromatography with a pulsed flame
photometric detector. This method measures the concentration of total sulfide in the sample that
is volatile at pH 2.5. The data showed that biologically treated final effluent concentrations of
total sulfide ranged from non-detect to 0.29 mg/L, with an average concentration of 0.10 mg/L.
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Six of the 25 mills sampled had non-detect total sulfide concentrations in their effluent
(Wiegand, 2015).
NCASI indicated that measuring low concentrations of hydrogen sulfide is challenging
due to its absorptive, adsorptive, photo reactive, volatile, biologically active, and oxidative
properties. The hydrogen sulfide data collected for the 25 pulp and paper mills discussed above
were based on measurements of total sulfide, as hydrogen sulfide is difficult to measure due to
dependencies on pH, temperature, ionic strength, and organic and inorganic complexes. NCASI
noted that hydrogen sulfide concentrations in treated mill effluents will be less than total sulfide
concentrations, in part due to the likely presence of metal and organic sulfide complexes
disassociated during the analytical procedure. In addition, pulp and paper mills typically operate
biological treatment plants at a neutral pH of 7, higher than the 2.5 pH at which volatile sulfides
are measured by the method described above. Due to these factors, NCASI has suggested that the
hydrogen sulfide releases identified in its 2012 report of treated mill effluents may be an
overestimate. NCASI also indicated that mills are likely using similar methods to estimate their
TRI releases, resulting in estimates reported to TRI that are potentially overestimated (NCASI,
2012; Wiegand, 2015).
In 2015, NCASI developed a new sampling system that may allow measurement of
dissolved sulfides in water samples (i.e., sulfide forms passing through a 0.7 |im filter), rather
than total sulfides. Because the hydrogen sulfide in effluents is dissolved, accurately measuring
dissolved sulfides is more likely to produce a close approximation of actual hydrogen sulfide
concentrations than measuring total sulfide. AF&PA and NCASI believe that the new sampling
system will mitigate overestimates of hydrogen sulfide concentrations in TRI data (Wiegand,
2015).
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, and to follow up on the specific hydrogen sulfide
release data reported to TRI in 2013, AF&PA and NCASI also contacted the Georgia-Pacific
mill in Monticello, MS, to discuss their hydrogen sulfide releases. This mill reported the largest
releases of hydrogen sulfide in 2013, accounting for more than a quarter of the total hydrogen
sulfide releases reported to TRI in 2013 and double the releases reported by any of the other top
reporting facilities. The mill confirmed their 2013 TRI hydrogen sulfide release, and stated that
this value was based on a direct total sulfide concentration measurement of the treated effluent at
the facility. Since 2013, the facility has improved their wastewater treatment system by dredging
treatment basins of accumulated solids to increase the available aeration zone, and releases
decreased to 32,000 pounds (89,900 TWPE) per year in 2014 (Schwartz and Wiegand, 2014).
This value is consistent with the hydrogen sulfide releases reported by the other top reporting
facilities. EPA did not review in further detail the hydrogen sulfide releases for the remaining 97
pulp and paper mills, which account for 73 percent of the 2013 TRI hydrogen sulfide releases.
In summary, as discussed above, in 2013, pulp and paper mills may have calculated their
hydrogen sulfide releases to TRI using a total sulfide concentration and, according to AF&PA
and NCASI, this results in an overestimate. EPA has determined these industry trade associations
are actively evaluating discharges from pulp and paper mills and are working on refining
methods to improve the accuracy of sampling techniques that will enhance the quality of data
reported to TRI in the future.
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3.11.4 Pulp and Paper Category Dioxin and Dioxin Compound Releases in TRI
EPA's investigation of the dioxin and dioxin compound data revealed that five facilities
account for 93 percent of the dioxin and dioxin-like compound releases reported to TRI in 2013
(shown in Table 3-105). EPA did not investigate the remaining facilities reporting releases of
dioxin and dioxin-like compounds as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-105. Top Facilities Reporting 2013 TRI Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compounds
Releases
Facility Name
Facility
Location
Pounds of Pollutant
Released
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of Category
TWPE
International Paper Pine Hill Mill
Pine Hill, AL
0.00758
683,000
62.8%
Domtar Paper Co.
Bennettsville, SC
0.00194
226,000
20.7%
Boise White Paper LLC
Wallula, WA
0.000274
52,800
4.8%
Rayonier Performance Fibers
LLC
Fernandina
Beach, FL
0.00270
31,100
2.9%
Resolute FP US Inc. - Calhoun
Operations
Calhoun, TN
0.00133
21,900
2.0%
All other dioxin and dioxin-like compound
dischargers in the Pulp and Paper Category3
0.103
74,100
6.8%
Total
0.117
1,090,000
100%
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
" 37 additional facilities reported dioxin and dioxin-like releases in the 2013 TRI.
International Paper
International Paper's Pine Hill, AL, facility is a containerboard mill. EPA has not
previously reviewed dioxin and dioxin-like compound releases from this facility. As part of the
2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted AF&PA and NCASI about this facility's dioxin and
dioxin-like compound releases. AF&PA and NCASI confirmed that the facility inadvertently
reported an incorrect dioxin distribution (Schwartz and Wiegand, 2014). Correcting the
distribution decreases the facility's dioxin and dioxin-like compound TWPE from 683,000 to
480.
Domtar Paper
As part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews, EPA reviewed the TRI dioxin and dioxin-
like compound releases from Domtar Paper, in Bennettsville, SC, and determined that the
number of pounds reported as released was based on one half of the detection limit and that
dioxin was not actually detected at the mill. As described in Section 3.2.2.2 in EPA's 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), EPA
zeros the load for the purpose of its screening-level toxicity rankings analysis when all
concentrations of a specific pollutant are reported as non-detected values for all monitoring
periods (U.S. EPA, 2009b). Therefore, EPA zeroed the 2009 and 2011 TRI dioxin and dioxin-
like compound releases for Domtar Paper (U.S. EPA, 2012 and 2014b). Table 3-106 presents
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Domtar Paper's dioxin and dioxin-like compound TRI releases for 2009 through 2013. As
shown, the 2013 release is similar to previous years. Therefore, without re-contacting the mill,
EPA concluded that the 2013 reported dioxin and dioxin-like compound release was based on
non-detected values. As in previously years, EPA zeroed Domtar Paper's 2013 dioxin and
dioxin-like compound release.
Table 3-106. Domtar Paper Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Releases for 2009 - 2013
Ycsir
Pounds of Dioxin ;nul Dioxin-
1.ike Compounds Koloiiscd
Dioxin ;ind Dioxin-I.iko Compound
T\\ IT.
2009
0.002
225,000
2010
0.00195
232,000
2011
0.00196
228,000
2012
0.00195
232,000
2013
0.00194
226,000
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
Boise White Paper LLC
EPA previously reviewed discharges from Boise White Paper LLC, in Wallula, WA, as
part of the 2011, 2012, and 2013 Annual Reviews. As part of the 2011 and 2012 Annual
Reviews, EPA reviewed 2009 TRI data and determined that the mill calculated dioxin releases
using actual dioxin test results. EPA also determined that the facility detected concentrations of
2,3,7,8-TCDF above the Method 1613B Minimum Level (ML); however, the concentrations of
all other detected congeners were below the method MLs. Since EPA does not know the
laboratory specific MLs, it is possible that the results are below the laboratory's MLs and may
not be accurate.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted AF&PA and NCASI about Boise
White Paper LLC's TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound releases. The facility contact provided
2012 through 2014 effluent sampling data, shown in Table 3-107 (Schwartz and Wiegand, 2014).
As shown, the detected concentrations are all below the corresponding method MLs. As noted
above, since EPA does not know the laboratory specific MLs, it is possible that the results are
below the laboratory's MLs and may not be accurate.
The facility contact also stated that the company instituted new reporting conventions in
2012. The changes to reporting conventions included using one half of the sample-specific
detection limit when values were not detected. In previous reporting years, all non-detect values
were reported as zero (Schwartz and Wiegand, 2014).
Table 3-107. Boise White Paper LLC Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Concentrations
Dioxin Con^cni'i'

Method I(>I3I}
2012
2013
2014
Number
Dioxin ('mmi'iicr
Ml. (pti/l-l
(Pii/I.)
(Pii/I>
(pii/l.)
1
2,3,7,8-TCDD
10
ND
ND
ND
2
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD
50
ND
ND
ND
3
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD
50
ND
ND
ND
4
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD
50
ND
ND
ND
5
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD
50
ND
ND
ND
6
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD
50
14.5
ND
ND
7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-OCDD
100
95.6
20.8
97.2
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Table 3-107. Boise White Paper LLC Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Concentrations
Dioxin Congener
Number
Dioxin Congener
Method 1613B
M L (pg/L)
2012
(ps/L)
2013
(P2/L)
2014
(PS/L)
8
2,3,7,8-TCDF
10
9.30
ND
7.03
9
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF
50
3.24
ND
ND
10
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF
50
5.48
ND
ND
11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF
50
ND
ND
ND
12
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF
50
3.15
ND
ND
13
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF
50
ND
ND
ND
14
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF
50
ND
ND
ND
15
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF
50
ND
ND
ND
16
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF
50
ND
ND
ND
17
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-OCDF
100
ND
ND
ND
Total
131
20.8
104
Sources: Schwartz & Wiegand, 2014
ND: Non-detect results.
Ray order Performance Fibers
EPA reviewed TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges from Rayonier
Performance Fibers (Rayonier) in Fernandina Beach, FL, as part of the 2011, 2012, and 2013
Annual Reviews. From these earlier reviews, EPA confirmed that the mill bases its reported
dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges on quarterly measurements (U.S. EPA, 2012).
Rayonier reported that they detected seven dioxin congeners in their effluent wastewater in
200940 and five in 201141. In both years, two congeners were detected above EPA's Method
1613 MLs; however, EPA concluded that the concentrations were low and that the discharges
did not warrant further review (U.S. EPA, 2014a, 2014b).
Similar to previous years, Rayonier reported that they detected seven dioxin congeners in
their effluent wastewater in 201542. Table 3-108 presents Rayonier's dioxin and dioxin-like
compound TRI releases for 2009, 2011, and 2013. As shown, quantities of these congeners and
the TWPE have decreased from 2009 to 2013.
Table 3-108. Rayonier Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Releases for 2009, 2011, 2013
Year
Pounds of Dioxin and Dioxin-
l.iko Compounds Released
Dioxin and Dioxin-I.ike Compound
T\\ IT.
2009
0.011
37,800
2011
0.016
38,900
2013
0.0026
31,100
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Pollutant Loading Tool.
40	Rayonier detected concentrations of 1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD; 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD; 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-OCDD; 2,3,7,8-
TCDF; 2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF; 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF; and 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-OCDF in 2009. See Section 5.3.2 in the 2012
Annual Review Report (U.S.EPA, 2014a).
41	Rayonier detected concentrations of 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD; 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-OCDD; 2,3,7,8-TCDF; 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-
HpCDF; and 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-OCDF in 2011 (U.S. EPA, 2014b).
42	Rayonier detected concentrations of 1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD; 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD; 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-OCDD; 2,3,7,8-
TCDF; 1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF; 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF; and 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-OCDF in 2013.
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Resolute FP US Inc. — Calhoun Operations
EPA reviewed TRI dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges from Resolute FP US
Inc. (Resolute)43 in Calhoun, TN, as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews. As part of these
earlier reviews, EPA confirmed that all dioxin congeners were non-detect and zeroed the TRI
dioxin and dioxin-like compound releases for the facility. Table 3-109 presents the facility's
dioxin and dioxin-like compound TRI releases for 2009, 2011, and 2013. Since the 2013 dioxin
and dioxin-like compound discharges are similar to previous years, EPA similarly zeroed them.
Zeroing dioxin and dioxin-like compound discharges from Resolute further decreases the Pulp
and Paper dioxin and dioxin-like compound TRI TWPE to 158,000, as shown in Table 3-103.
Table 3-109. Resolute Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound Releases for 2009, 2011, 2013
Year
Pounds of Dioxin and Dioxin-
Likc Compounds Released
Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compound
TWPE
2009
0.0015
24,900
2011
0.0016
27,300
2013
0.0013
21,900
Source: TRlLTOutput2013_vl; DMR Loading Tool.
3.11.5 Pulp and Paper Category Manganese and Manganese Compound Releases in TRI
Manganese and manganese compound discharges account for 14.5 percent of the total
2013 TRI TWPE. Manganese is not a regulated pollutant in the Pulp and Paper effluent
limitations guidelines and standards (ELGs). In 2013, 112 facilities reported discharges of
manganese and manganese compounds to TRI.
EPA reviewed manganese and manganese compound discharges in detail as part of the
2006 Pulp and Paper Detailed Study. At that time, EPA concluded that manganese and
manganese compound discharges in this category are below treatable levels (U.S. EPA, 2006b).
More recently, EPA reviewed the TRI manganese and manganese compound discharges for the
Pulp and Paper Category as part of the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews. During these reviews,
EPA compared annual releases reported to TRI to data reviewed as part of the 2006 Pulp and
Paper Detailed Study and determined that the releases remained relatively consistent. Therefore,
EPA confirmed that its previous conclusion from the 2006 detailed study still applies. As part of
the 2011 and 2013 Annual Reviews, however, EPA did not further evaluate manganese
concentration data (U.S. EPA, 2012, 2014b).
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA reviewed manganese and manganese
compound discharges in TRI from 2002 to 2013 (see Table 3-110). As shown, the discharges are
fairly consistent from 2002 to 2013. However, EPA notes that nearly 50 percent of the facilities
(112 out of 226 facilities) reporting releases to TRI reported releases of manganese and
manganese compounds in 2013 (none contributed more than five percent of the manganese and
manganese compound TRI TWPE for the Pulp and Paper Category). EPA has not evaluated
manganese concentration data compared to treatable levels since the 2006 detailed study.
43 This facility is referred to as Abibow US Inc. in previous annual review reports. In 2012, Abibow US Inc. became
Resolute FP US Inc. (Resolute, 2012).
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Table 3-110. 2002-2013 Manganese and Manganese Compound Releases in TRI
Discharge Year
Review Year
TRI Data
Number of Dischargers
Total TWPE
2002
2006
112
304,000
2004
2007
117
316,000
2007
2009
79
231,000
2008
2010
117
308,000
2009
2011
115
298,000
2011
2013
104
266,000
2013
2015
112
318,000
Sources: TRlReleases2002; PCSLoads2002; TRlReleases2004_v3; PCSLoads2004_v3; TRlReleases2007_v2;
DMRLoads2007_v4; TRIReleases2008_v3; DMRLoads2008_v3; TRlReleases2009jv2; DMRLoads2009_v2;
DMRLTOutput2011^1; TRlLTOutput2011 _vl; DMRLTOutput2013jyl; TRILTOutput2013_vl.
3.11.6 Pulp and Paper Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Pulp and Paper Category discharges resulted primarily from
hydrogen sulfide, dioxin and dioxin-like compound, and manganese and manganese-like
compound releases reported to TRI. From the 2015 Annual Review, EPA found:
•	Hydrogen Sulfide. Seven facilities account for 80 percent of the TRI hydrogen
sulfide releases, with one facility, Georgia-Pacific, in Monticello, MS, accounting for
27 percent of the releases. The Georgia-Pacific facility confirmed the 2013 TRI
hydrogen sulfide release data, but stated that wastewater treatment system
improvements have led to decreased hydrogen sulfide discharges in 2014.
EPA identified 97 mills with hydrogen sulfide releases reported to TRI in 2013.
Discussions with industry trade associations, AF&PA and NCASI, suggest that pulp
and paper mills may calculate their hydrogen sulfide releases to TRI using total
sulfide concentrations, which may result in an overestimate. Further, NCASI has
developed a new sampling system that may allow measurement of dissolved sulfides,
which AF&PA and NCASI believe may lessen the overestimate of hydrogen sulfide
releases in TRI.
•	Dioxin. The majority of dioxin and dioxin-like compound releases from the Pulp and
Paper Category result from five facilities. Three of the facilities had data changes,
resulting in the dioxin and dioxin-like compound TWPE for the Pulp and Paper
Category to decrease from 1,090,000 to 158,000. This decreases the 2013 Pulp and
Paper Category TWPE from 3,070,000 to 2,140,000. EPA determined the remaining
two facilities either had discharges below the method MLs or decreasing discharges
in recent years.
•	Manganese. In 2013, 112 facilities reported releases of manganese and manganese
compounds with none contributing more than five percent of the 2013 manganese and
manganese compound TRI TWPE for the Pulp and Paper Category. Though the
releases have been fairly consistent from 2002 to 2013, it has been nearly 10 years
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since EPA conducted the Pulp and Paper Detailed Study in which it evaluated
manganese and manganese compound concentrations compared to treatable levels.
• Lead and Mercury. EPA did not further investigate lead and lead compounds and
mercury and mercury compounds as part of the 2015 Annual Review; however, EPA
notes that a large number of facilities reported lead and lead compound and mercury
and mercury compound releases (172 and 84 facilities, respectively), to TRI in 2013.
These pollutants are not regulated by the Pulp and Paper Category ELGs.
3.11.7 Pulp and Paper Category References
1.	ADEM. 2012. Alabama Department of Environmental Management. NPDES
Permit for International Paper Company - Pine Hill Containerboard Mill, Pine
Hill, AL (AL0002674). (August 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08198.
2.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review and Revised
Calculations for Point Source Category 430 - Pulp and Paper. (September). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08199.
3.	Resolute FP. 2012. Resolute Forest Products. Legal Entity Name Changes. (May
23). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08200.
4.	Schwartz, Jerry, and Paul Wiegand. 2014.Telephone and Email Communication
Between Jerry Schwartz, American Forest and Paper Association, Paul Wiegand,
National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern
Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013DMR and TRI Pulp and Paper Dischargers.
(December). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08201.
5.	U.S. EPA. 2004. Technical Support Document for the 2004 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-821-R-04-014. EPA-HQ-OW-
2003-0074-1346 through 1352.
6.	U.S. EPA. 2006a. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-06-018. EPA-HQ-
OW-2004-0032-2782.
7.	U. S. EPA. 2006b. Final Report: Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Detailed Study.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-06-016. EPA-HQ-OW-2004-0032-
2249.
8.	U.S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-821-R-07-007.
EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
9.	U.S. EPA. 2008. Technical Support Document for the 2008 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-821-R-08-015. EPA-HQ-OW-
2006-0771-1701.
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10.	U.S. EPA. 2009a. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2010 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-821-R-09-006.
EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-0514.
11.	U.S. EPA. 2009b. Technical Support Document for the Annual Review of Existing
Effluent Guidelines and Identification of Potential New Point Source Categories.
EPA821 -R-09-007. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-0515.
12.	U.S. EPA. 2011. Technical Support Document for the 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA 820-R-10-021. EPA-HQ-OW-
2008-0517-0618.
13.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
14.	U.S. EPA. 2014a. The 2012 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-004. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0320.
15.	U.S. EPA. 2014b. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
16.	U. S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
17.	Wiegand, Paul. 2015. National Council for Air and Stream Improvement. A
Summary of Information Regarding the Presence, Fate, and Concentrations of
Reduced Sulfur in Pulp and Paper Mill Treated Effluents. (January). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08202.
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3.12 Textile Mills (40 CFR Part 410)
EPA identified the Textile Mills (Textiles) Category for preliminary review because it
ranks high again, in terms of toxic-weighted pound equivalents (TWPE), in the final 2015
combined point source category rankings. Previously, EPA reviewed discharges from this
category as part of the 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, and 2011 Annual Reviews in which it also
ranked high (U.S. EPA, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2012). This section summarizes the results of
the 2015 Annual Review. EPA focused its 2015 review on discharges of toxaphene and sulfide
because of their high TWPE relative to the other pollutants discharged by facilities in the
Textiles Category.
3.12.1 Textiles Category 2015 Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table 3-111 compares the toxicity rankings analyses (TRA) data for the Textiles
Category from the 2011, 2013, and 2015 Annual Reviews. EPA did not conduct the TRA in
2012 or 2014, but instead reviewed additional data sources as part of the even-year annual
review, as described in Section 2.2.1 of EPA's Preliminary 2016 Plan (U.S. EPA, 2016). During
the 2015 Annual Review, EPA did not identify any data corrections to the 2013 Discharge
Monitoring Report (DMR) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) discharge data for the Textiles
Category.
Table 3-111. Textiles Category TRI and DMR Facility Counts and Discharges Reported
in 2009, 2011, and 2013
Ye.ir of
Dischiiriic
Yesirof
Re\ ic'\\
1 exlik's ( iileiion l ;icili(> Counis'1
1 exlik's Csilcgon 1 \\ I'll
Toliil TRI
l-'iicililics
loliil l)MK
Mii.jor
l-'iicililios
loliil DMR
Minor
Incililios
TRI
1 w pi-:1*
dmktwim:1
loliil
iwpi:
2009
2011
54
35
21
1,910
37,200
39,100
2011
2013
41
27
25
1,070
22,300
23,400
2013
2015
43
29
21
2,210
89,500
91,700
Sources: TRIReteases2009 v2. DMRLoads2009_v2, and 2011 Annual Review Report (for 2009 DMR data) (U.S.
EPA, 2012);DMRLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 DMR); TRlLTOutput2011 vl (for 2011 TRI);
DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 DMR); TRILTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TRI)
Note: EPA did not evaluate 2010 or 2012 DMR and TRI data
Note: TWPE values are rounded to three significant figures. Sums of individual values may not equal the total
presented, due to rounding.
" Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
b Releases include direct discharges to surface waters and transfers to POTWs. Transfers to POTWs account for
POTW removals.
0 Includes DMR data from both maj or and minor dischargers.
As shown in Table 3-111, the total TWPE increased significantly in 2013, while the
number of TRI and major and minor DMR facilities decreased slightly from 2009 to 2013.
3.12.2 Textiles Category Pollutants of Concern
EPA's 2015 review of the Textiles Category focused on the 2013 DMR discharges
because the DMR data dominate the category's combined TWPE. Table 3-112 shows the five
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pollutants with the highest contribution to the 2013 DMR TWPE. As a point of comparison,
Table 3-112 shows the 2011 DMR facility count and TWPE for these top five pollutants, based
on the 2013 Annual Review (U.S. EPA, 2014).
Toxaphene and sulfide contribute more than 95 percent of the total 2013 DMR TWPE.
Of these top pollutants, only sulfide is a regulated pollutant in the Textiles Category effluent
limitation guidelines and standards (ELGs) (40 CFR Part 410). EPA's investigations of reported
discharges of the top two pollutants are presented in Sections 3.12.3 and 3.12.4. EPA did not
investigate the other pollutants, including copper, zinc, and total residual chlorine, as part of the
2015 Annual Review, because they represent a small percentage (4 percent) of the 2013 DMR
TWPE for the Textiles Category.
Table 3-112. 2013 Textiles Category Top DMR Pollutants
Pollulanl1'
2013 DMR l)a(a'
2011 OMR l)a(a'
N ii in her of l-'acililies
Reporting Pollulanr
T\\ IT.
Number of l-'acililies
Reporting Pollutant'
TWIT.
Toxaphene
1
48,000
0
0
Sulfide
9
37,600
13
19,200
Copper
13
2,280
9
67.1
Zinc
9
1,330
8
13.1
Total Residual Chlorine
11
110
17
1,170
Top Pollutant Total
NA
89,300
NA
20,400
Textiles Category Total
50
89,500
52
22,300
Sources: DMRLTOutput2013_vl (for 2013 TWPEy,DMRLTOutput2011_vl (for 2011 TWPE)
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
NA: Not applicable.
" Includes DMR data from both major and minor dischargers.
b Copper, zinc, and total residual chlorine discharges combined contribute 4 percent of the 2013 category DMR
TWPE. Therefore, EPA did not review copper, zinc, or total residual chlorine discharges as part of the 2015
Annual Review.
0 Number of facilities with TWPE greater than zero.
3.12.3 Textiles Toxaphene Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the toxaphene discharges revealed that one facility, Mohawk
Industries Inc. Oak River Facility (Mohawk Industries), in Bennettsville, SC, accounts for 100
percent of the 2013 DMR toxaphene discharges. In 2013, the facility reported 1.59 pounds of
toxaphene discharged, corresponding to 48,000 TWPE {DMRLTOutput2013 vl).
Mohawk Industries in Bennettsville, SC, discharges toxaphene from one outfall and
submits monthly toxaphene concentrations, presented in Table 3-113. The facility's permit
includes a monthly average toxaphene limit of 0.79 micrograms per liter (|ig/L), equal to
0.00079 milligrams per liter (mg/L), and a daily maximum toxaphene limit of 17.8 |ig/L (0.0178
mg/L) for outfall 001 (Rippy, 2015). EPA reviewed this facility's toxaphene discharges as part of
the 2010 Annual Review. The facility contact confirmed that toxaphene is not used as a raw
material or in any other chemicals at the facility. However, detectable concentrations have been
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found in water quality data. Therefore, the South Carolina Department of Health and
Environmental Control (SC DHEC) included limitations for toxaphene in the facility's permit
(U.S. EPA, 2011). As shown in Table 3-113, the concentrations for June, July, November, and
December 2013 are above the facility's monthly average permit limit.
Table 3-113. Mohawk Industries' 2013 DMR Monthly Toxaphene Discharges
Reported for Outfall 001

Monthly Average Flow
Monthly Average
NPDES Monthly Average
Date
(MGD)
Concentration (rng/L)
Permit Limit (mg/L)
31-Jan-13
0.190
0.00025
0.00079
28-Feb-13
0.106
0.00025
0.00079
31-Mar-13
0.160
0.000025
0.00079
30-Apr-13
0.240
0.00025
0.00079
31-May-13
0.250
0.00025
0.00079
30-Jun-13
0.230
o.or
0.00079
31-Jul-13
0.096
0.007a
0.00079
31-Aug-13
0.130
0.00025
0.00079
30-Sep-13
0.140
0.00012
0.00079
31-Oct-13
0.075
0.00025
0.00079
30-Nov-13
0.077
0.00123
0.00079
31-Dec-13
0.110
0.0253
0.00079
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
" Toxaphene concentration exceeds monthly average permit limit.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the SC DHEC to confirm the
facility's 2013 toxaphene discharges. The state contact confirmed the discharges and stated that
the higher concentrations for four months in 2013 were due to matrix interferences when
analyzing the water samples (Rippy, 2015). The facility provided detailed notes discussing the
issues on the monthly DMRs, shown in Table 3-114.
Table 3-114. Mohawk Industries 2013 DMR Notes for Toxaphene Discharges
Date
Facilitv DMR Notes
30-Jun-13
"The detection limit for toxaphene could not be achieved due to matrix interference caused by
dyes. Two samples for June 2013 were analyzed attempting to achieve 0.5 micrograms per
liter (|ig/L). Both of the samples exhibited chromatographic co-elution, which is defined as
multiple compounds having retention times that are the same or similar. Dilution was
necessary to verify toxaphene was not present at the level reported, in which two co-eluting
dye compounds were not present."
31-Jul-13
"Toxaphene is not used anywhere on the Oak River site, nor is it used in any process. There
apparently is an interference in the testing leading to a false positive. The facility is currently
changing to another lab certified in South Carolina that will also parallel test."
30-Nov-13
"Two samples were analyzed for toxaphene and the lowest detection limit achieved on both
samples was 2.5 |ig/L. A dilution was required for both samples to eliminate matrix
interference from non-target background and resulted in an elevated reporting limit of 2.5
|ig/L. The lab exhausted everything allowed in the EPA Method 808 IB procedure and were
unable to achieve a reading below our limit of 0.79 ng/L."
31-Dec-13
"PQL for toxaphene was found to be less than 0.025 mg/L using EPA Method 8081B. The
sample was diluted due to matrix interferences that impaired the ability to make an accurate
analytical determination. The detection limit was elevated in order to reflect the necessary
dilution."
Source: Rippy, 2015
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EPA reviewed 2014 toxaphene DMR discharges and confirmed the toxaphene TWPE has
decreased to 3,860.
3.12.4 Textiles Sulfide Discharges in DMR
EPA's investigation of the sulfide discharges revealed that one facility, King America
Finishing Inc., (King America) in Sylvania, GA, accounts for over 70 percent of the 2013 DMR
sulfide discharges (shown in Table 3-115). EPA did not investigate the eight remaining facilities
discharging sulfide as part of the 2015 Annual Review.
Table 3-115. Top 2013 DMR Sulfide Discharging Facilities
Facility Name
Facility
Location
Pounds of
Pollutant
Discharged
Pollutant
TWPE
Percent of
Category TWPE
King America Finishing Inc.
Sylvania, GA
9,510
26,600
70.9%
All other sulfide dischargers in the Textiles Category3
3,910
10,900
29.1%
Total
13,400
37,600
100%
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl.
Note: Sums of individual values may not equal the total presented, due to rounding.
a Eight additional facilities submitted sulfide discharges in the 2013 DMR data.
King America in Sylvania, GA, produces cotton and poly/cotton woven fabrics. The
facility discharges sulfide from outfall 001. The facility was issued a new permit in December
2013. The previous permit included a monthly average sulfide limit of 31 pounds per day
(lb/day) (14.1 kilograms per day (kg/day)) and a daily maximum sulfide limit of 62 lb/day (28.1
kg/day) for outfall 001 (Beranek, 2015). The new permit includes a monthly average sulfide limit
of 24 lb/day (10.9 kg/day) and a daily maximum sulfide limit of 48 lb/day (21.8 kg/day) for
outfall 001 (GAEPD, 2013).
Table 3-116 presents King America's 2013 sulfide discharges, along with average
monthly flow for outfall 001. As shown in Table 3-116, 2013 sulfide discharges are below the
facility's previous and new permit limits.
Table 3-116. King America's 2013 DMR Monthly Sulfide Discharges
Reported for Outfall 001
Dale
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Monihh A\cragc Qu;m(i(>
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31-Jan-13
1.28
5.44
14.1
28-Feb-13
1.38
5.89
14.1
31-Mar-13
1.40
5.45
14.1
30-Apr-13
1.41
5.89
14.1
31-May-13
1.20
4.98
14.1
30-Jun-13
1.48
5.60
14.1
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Table 3-116. King America's 2013 DMR Monthly Sulfide Discharges
Reported for Outfall 001
Diili'
Monllih A\er;iiic How
(MCI))
Monihh A\emtio Qu;m(i(>
(kti/d;i\)
NI'DHS \lnn(hl\ A\er;iiie
Perm it l.imil (kti/d;i\)''
31-Jul-13
1.61
7.44
14.1
31-Aug-13
1.72
6.50
14.1
30-Sep-13
1.73
6.59
14.1
31-Oct-13
1.57
6.08
14.1
30-Nov-13
1.59
6.84
14.1
31-Dec-13
1.44
5.65
10.9
Source: DMRLTOutput2013_vl; Beranek, 2015, GA EPD, 2013.
11 The permit limit listed for January to November 2013 is from the facility's previous permit, which expired in
November 2013. The permit limit listed for December 2013 is from the facility's new permit, issued in
December 2013.
As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA contacted the facility to discuss their sulfide
discharges. The facility contact confirmed the 2013 discharges and stated that the facility
monitors for sulfide on a daily basis. The majority of the daily samples are non-detect and the
facility uses the detection limit for these samples to calculate monthly average loads. Because the
monthly average values submitted on the DMR are averages of the daily samples collected
throughout the month and non-detect samples are assumed to be at the detection limit, the overall
monthly average load is always equivalent to or greater than the detection limit for sulfide
(Hutcheson, 2015). Sulfide discharges are below permit limits for outfall 001 and the facility is
performing daily monitoring; therefore.
3.12.5	Textiles Category Findings
The estimated toxicity of the Textiles Category discharges resulted primarily from
toxaphene and sulfide discharges reported on DMRs. From the 2015 Annual Review, EPA
found:
•	Toxaphene. One facility, Mohawk Industries, Inc. Oak River Facility, in
Bennettsville, SC, contributed 100 percent of the 2013 DMR toxaphene discharges.
The facility experienced matrix interferences with analyzing samples in 2013,
resulting in false positive results; therefore, EPA does not consider Mohawk
Industries' reported toxaphene discharges to be representative of discharges across
the Textiles Category.
•	Sulfide. King America Finishing, Inc., in Sylvania, GA, contributed over 70 percent
of the 2013 DMR sulfide discharges. All 2013 sulfide discharges are below the
facility's permit limits and the facility is performing daily monitoring.
3.12.6	Textiles Category References
1. Beranek, Christopher. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between
Christopher Beranek, Georgia Environmental Protection Division, and Kimberly
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Bartell, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Sulfide Discharges for
King America Finishing. (May 11). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08203.
2.	ERG. 2015. Preliminary Category Review - Facility Data Review for Point
Source Category 410 - Textiles. (September). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08204.
3.	GA EPD. 2013. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental
Protection Division. NPDES Permit: King America Finishing, Inc. (GA0003280).
(November 19). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08205.
4.	Hutcheson, Matthew. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between
Matthew Hutcheson, King America Finishing, and Kimberly Bartell, Eastern
Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Sulfide Discharges. (May 13). EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08206.
5.	Rippy, Crystal. 2015. Telephone and Email Communication Between Crystal
Rippy, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Compliance, and
Kara Edquist, Eastern Research Group, Inc., Re: 2013 DMR Discharges for
Mohawk Industries. (February 13). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08207.
6.	U.S. EPA. 2005. Preliminary 2005 Review of Prioritized Categories of Industrial
Dischargers. Washington, D.C. (August). EPA-821-B-05-004. EPA-HQ-OW-
2004-0032-0016.
7.	U.S. EPA. 2006. Technical Support Document for the 2006 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (December). EPA-821-R-06-018. EPA-HQ-
OW-2004-0032-2782.
8.	U.S. EPA. 2007. Technical Support Document for the Preliminary 2008 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA-821-R-07-007.
EPA-HQ-OW-2006-0771-0819.
9.	U. S. EPA. 2011. Technical Support Document for the 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (October). EPA 820-R-10-021. EPA-HQ-OW-
2008-0517-0618.
10.	U.S. EPA. 2012. The 2011 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (December). EPA 821-R-12-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-
0195.
11.	U.S. EPA. 2014. The 2013 Annual Effluent Guidelines Review Report.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-821-R-14-003. EPA-HQ-OW-2014-0170-
0077.
12.	U.S. EPA. 2016. Preliminary 2016 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan.
Washington, D.C. (June). EPA-821-R-16-001. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08208.
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4. EPA's 2015 Review of Additional Industrial Categories and Pollutants
For the 2015 Annual Review EPA also initiated a review of two additional point source
categories that were not identified as categories warranting further review in the 2015 TRA;
Battery Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 461) and Electrical and Electronic Components (40 CFR
Part 469), specifically Subpart B Electronic Crystals. In addition, EPA reviewed in more detail
2-Mercaptobenothiazole (MBT), a chemical compound used in tire manufacturing. Tire
manufacturing is covered under the Rubber Manufacturing Point Source Category (40 CFR Part
428), Subpart A (Tire and Inner Tube Plants Subcategory).
EPA initiated these reviews to address comments received from stakeholders regarding
recent changes to these industries as well as potential new pollutant releases to the environment
through industrial wastewater discharge. As part of these reviews, EPA reviewed the existing
ELGs and supporting development documents, examined recent changes to the industries,
including new processes and technologies that may be generating new pollutants of concern, or
sources of industrial wastewater discharge not previously considered, and reviewed readily
available data on current discharges.
EPA documented the quality of the data supporting its review of these industrial
categories, analyzed how the data could be used to characterize the industrial wastewater
discharges, and prioritized the findings for further review. See Appendix A of this report for
more information on data usability and quality of the data sources supporting these reviews.
Sections 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3 of this report provide details of each of these reviews.
4.1 Battery Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 461)
Stakeholders raised concerns about potential wastewater discharges from new battery
technologies, notably in comments submitted in response to EPA's Final 2010 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan (76 FR 66286; U.S. EPA, 2013). Concerns centered on the recent
advent of vanadium redox batteries, as well as the increased production of lithium ion batteries
(including electric vehicle batteries). As part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA performed the
following research to evaluate whether further review of the Battery Manufacturing Category is
warranted:
•	Reviewed the Battery Manufacturing Point Source Category Effluent Limitations
Guidelines and Standards (ELGs).
•	Collected information about the current status of U.S. battery manufacturing.
•	Evaluated the applicability of the existing ELGs to more recent production practices,
reviewed readily available information on wastewater generated from these more
recent production practices.
The Battery Manufacturing ELGs (40 CFR Part 461) were promulgated in 1984. The
ELGs set limits for subcategories based on the anode material: cadmium, calcium, lead,
leclanche,44 lithium, magnesium, and zinc. EPA's review indicates that battery technologies have
44 Leclanche is a type of zinc anode battery containing acid chloride electrolytes.
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greatly advanced since the promulgation of the Battery Manufacturing ELGs and that wastewater
discharges from the manufacture of some of the new battery technologies may not be covered.
However, EPA identified little information on the manufacturing processes for these battery
technologies and how they might generate wastewater. In addition, EPA identified only limited
information about the extent of U.S. manufacturing of batteries that use advanced and emerging
battery technologies.
The following sections provide an overview of the Battery Manufacturing ELGs
applicable to current U.S. battery manufacturing, specifically consideration of two new battery
technologies: vanadium redox batteries and lithium ion batteries (including electric vehicle
batteries).
4.1.1 Overview of Battery Manufacturing, the ELGs, and Current U.S. Manufacturing
Battery manufacturing encompasses the production of modular electric power sources
that contain part or all of their fuel within the unit and that generate electric power directly by a
chemical reaction (U.S. EPA, 1984a). There are three major components of a battery cell (see
Figure 4-1):
•	Anode (negative electrode)
•	Cathode (positive electrode)
•	Electrolyte
The electrolyte separates the anode from the cathode and causes a chemical reaction that
generates electrons at the anode, resulting in an electrical difference between the anode and
cathode. When the electrical circuit is closed, such as when connecting the battery to a light bulb,
electrons flow from the anode to the cathode and the battery discharges (indicated by arrows in
Figure 4-1). Rechargeable batteries may be repeatedly discharged and recharged. During
charging, electrons flow in reverse, from the cathode to the anode, to restore the battery to its
original state (Northwestern University, 2014).
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Cathode
Anode
Figure 4-1. Simplified Battery Diagram (adapted from Northwestern University, 2014).
The Battery Manufacturing ELGs (40 CFR Part 461) are subcategorized by anode
material. At the time of the rulemaking, data showed that battery cells with common process
operations frequently use the same anode material, and that facilities manufacturing batteries
with a common anode material generated wastewater bearing the same major pollutants (U.S.
EPA, 1984a). The ELGs include seven subcategories: cadmium, calcium, lead, leclanche,
lithium, magnesium, and zinc. Limitations are production normalized by the weight of the anode
material, cathode material, or the entire battery cell, depending on the subcategory and
wastewater stream.
In the mid-1980s, after the Battery Manufacturing ELGs were promulgated, rechargeable
batteries, including lithium ion batteries, emerged in the market (Salkind et al., 2003). Current
rechargeable battery types and their common uses are listed in Table 4-1. The existing ELGs do
not cover wastewater discharges from the manufacture of some types of rechargeable batteries
(e.g., nickel metal hydride) because the anode materials are not accounted for under any of the
specific subcategories. In addition, rechargeable batteries are generally classified by the ions
flowing between the anode and cathode, so different anode materials may be used for the same
kind of battery, which would change the applicability of the ELGs even within the same
rechargeable battery type. Two kinds of rechargeable batteries, lithium ion and vanadium redox,
were recently brought to EPA's attention by stakeholders, and are further discussed below, in
Section 4.1.2.
Table 4-1. Current Rechargeable Batteries and Common Uses
Rechargeable Battery
Technology
Common Uses
Lithium Ion
Consumer electronic devices, portable electronics, electric and hybrid vehicles
Lithium Manganese Oxide
Consumer electronic devices
Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Electric and hybrid vehicles
Nickel-Hydrogen (NiH2)
Satellites and spacecraft
Vanadium Redox (Flow)
Energy storage (electric grid and remote communities)
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Table 4-1. Current Rechargeable Batteries and Common Uses
Rechargeable Batterv
Technology
Common Uses
Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd)
Largely phased out and replaced by NiMH and other technologies
Sources: American Vanadium, 2014; Clyde Space, 2014; Energizer, 2010; Maxell, 2012; Vacuum Products Canada,
Inc., 2013.
In 1984, as part of the development of the Battery Manufacturing ELGs, EPA collected
information from 254 U.S. battery manufacturing facilities. At the time, 21 facilities reported
having direct discharges to surface waters, 149 reported discharges to POTWs, and 84 reported
zero discharges (U.S. EPA, 1984a, 1984b). From its 2015 Annual Review, EPA identified 25
active NPDES permits for battery manufacturing facilities in EPA's Integrated Compliance
Information System - National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (ICIS-NPDES)45
database, but only one battery manufacturing facility reported DMR discharges greater than zero
in 2013 (.DMRLTOutput2013^vl). Fifty-eight facilities reported water releases greater than zero
to TRI in 2013, 23 of which reported direct releases (TRILTOutput2013 vl). Current discharge
data continue to suggest that a substantial portion of battery manufacturers discharge wastewater
to POTWs. The data also suggest that there are more facilities reporting releases from battery
manufacturing, as indicated in TRI, than are currently reporting discharges on DMRs. It should
be noted, however, that the DMR and TRI data sets may not include information about all battery
manufacturing facilities due to limitations of the reporting requirements. For example, some
facilities classified as minor dischargers may not be captured in the DMR data. Additionally, TRI
does not include data from small establishments that do not meet reporting thresholds. Further,
the reported releases in TRI may be an overestimate, as TRI reporting requirements allow
facilities to base release reports on estimates, not actual measurements. For more information on
the limitations of the DMR and TRI datasets, see Section 2.1.
4.1.2 Overview of Rechargeable Batteries
Commercial and consumer uses of rechargeable batteries became widespread in the mid-
1980s, after the Battery Manufacturing ELGs were promulgated. Further, with advances in
hybrid and electric vehicles, the automobile industry increasingly uses rechargeable batteries.
The following subsections provide a summary of the comments EPA received regarding
vanadium redox, lithium ion, and other electric and hybrid vehicle batteries, in particular, as well
as the information EPA has collected to date about rechargeable batteries.
Vanadium Redox Batteries
At a National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) National Pretreatment
and Pollution Prevention Workshop in 2014, attendees raised concerns about the potential
growth in manufacturing of vanadium redox batteries and the implications for wastewater
management. The discussion indicated that vanadium redox batteries are currently fabricated in
research and development laboratories and that all wastewater resulting from their production is
hauled off site as hazardous waste. There was further speculation that, as production of vanadium
redox batteries becomes more widely commercialized and the volume of wastewater generated
45 Queried from EPA's Enforcement and Co	(ECHO) Water Facility search.
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increases, these facilities may begin sending wastewater to POTWs or applying for discharge
permits, as hauling and treating larger volumes of wastewater off site becomes too expensive.
Vanadium redox or vanadium flow batteries are being developed to function as sources
of energy during power outages and for use in remote areas and developing countries. These
batteries are rechargeable and generate electricity by pumping liquid electrolytes containing
vanadium ions through electrochemical cells separated by ion selective membranes (Figure 4-2)
(Salkind et al., 2003). Unlike traditional batteries, flow batteries are not closed systems. This
allows for potential replacement of depleted electrolyte and may result in a reduced rate of
degradation of the anode and cathode materials (St. John, 2014). Flow batteries contain a liquid
electrolyte; therefore, handling may be a concern for disposal or waste management.
Figure 4-2. Simplified Schematic of a Redox Flow Battery (Salkind et al., 2003)
Because of the anode material they employ (often graphite), vanadium redox batteries
may not be covered under the current Battery Manufacturing ELGs (40 CFR Part 461). However,
EPA's investigation did not identify information that vanadium redox batteries are commercially
manufactured in the U.S., nor did EPA find information about vanadium redox battery
manufacturing processes. Available information suggests that vanadium redox battery
manufacturing in the U.S. remains limited to the research and development phase at this time,
which is consistent with the stakeholder comments (American Vanadium, 2014).
EPA identified one company in Canada, American Vanadium, which distributes German-
made vanadium redox batteries in North America for electric grid energy storage. EPA searched
the 2012 and 2013 Canadian National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI), Canada's legislated,
publicly accessible inventory of pollutant releases to air, water and land, and reviewed disposals
and transfers for recycling by the company name and by industry. EPA did not find any reported
wastewater releases in the Canadian NPRI (Environment Canada, 2014). American Vanadium
has an operations center in Nevada; however, searches of the DMR Pollutant Loading Tool by
company name and location did not indicate that the facility had a NPDES permit or reported to
Cathod'
fluid
Anode
fluid
. Selective
membrane
Inert
electrode
Power conversion section
Pumps (continuous)
TRI.
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Lithium Ion Batteries
The Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA) commented on EPA's Final
2010 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan, recommending that EPA modify the battery
manufacturing category to explicitly exclude lithium ion batteries from the lithium battery
subpart (U.S. EPA, 2013). No further detail was provided in the comment.
Lithium ion batteries are a type of rechargeable battery in which the lithium ions move
from the anode to the cathode during discharge and from the cathode to the anode during
recharge. Lithium ion battery technologies are rapidly advancing, and there are many battery
types and configurations using a variety of materials for the anode, cathode, and electrolyte. In
these batteries, lithium is often part of the electrolyte, which can be a solid or liquid medium
(Salkind et al., 2003), and is not necessarily the anode material. Graphite or hard carbon is often
used as the anode material, but lithium and lithium alloys are also used. Lithium ion batteries
using silicon as the anode material are also being developed (Patterson, 2009).
The Lithium Subcategory (Subpart E) of the Battery Manufacturing ELGs sets limits for
wastewater pollutants in lithium anode battery manufacturing discharges (40 CFR Part 461.50).
The battery cells reported to be manufactured at the time of the rulemaking did not use an
aqueous or liquid electrolyte. EPA noted in the 1984 Development Document for Effluent
Limitations Guidelines and Standards for the Battery Manufacturing Point Source Category that
there are few process wastewater sources associated with lithium anode battery manufacturing
(U.S. EPA, 1984a).
Subpart E includes standards for new sources (New Source Performance Standards and
Pretreatment Standards for New Sources) covering four operations: lead iodide cathodes, iron
disulfide cathodes, miscellaneous wastewater streams, and air scrubbers. Miscellaneous
wastewater stream sources include ancillary operations, such as cell testing, scrap disposal, cell
washing, and floor and equipment washing (U.S. EPA, 1984a). The standards explicitly prohibit
discharges of wastewater pollutants from any battery manufacturing operations not listed.
Based on the applicability of Subpart E, wastewater discharges from manufacturing of
lithium ion batteries using lithium as the anode material are subject to the limits for
miscellaneous wastewater streams. This subpart, however, does not cover manufacturing of
lithium ion batteries using a non-lithium anode material.
EPA identified one U.S. manufacturer of lithium ion batteries, EnerDel, Inc.
(Indianapolis, IN).46 The company does not holdNPDES permits for any of its facilities. EPA
did not find further information about the extent of current U.S. lithium ion battery
manufacturing or the waste streams generated during manufacture.
In April 2015, Tesla Motors announced it would begin production of the Powerwall, a
rechargeable lithium-ion battery designed to store energy at individual residences for load
shifting, backup power, and self-consumption of solar power generation, for delivery beginning
in the late summer of 2015 (Tesla Motors, 2015a). EPA was not able to identify the anode type,
based on available information. The battery is available in 7kWh and lOkWh capacities. Initial,
46 ECHO Facility Search by facility name.
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small-scale production will occur at Tesla's Fremont, CA factory, and in 2016, production will
move to Tesla's factory in Nevada, which is currently under construction (Bomey, 2015). Tesla
does not hold a NPDES permit for its Fremont, CA facility.
Electric Vehicle Battery Manufacturing
EPA received a public comment on its Final 2010 Effluent Guidelines Program Plan
expressing concern about potential environmental effects if electric vehicle battery
manufacturing facilities were to be built in California (U.S. EPA, 2013).
Table 4-2 below summarizes the types of batteries used in several hybrid and electric
vehicle models; however, none of these batteries are currently manufactured in the U.S. Lithium
ion battery technology is used in a majority of the current electric and hybrid vehicles in the U.S.
market.
Table 4-2. Rechargeable Battery Types used in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
Car Company
Model
Electric Battcrv
Chevrolet
Volt Electric Vehicle
Lithium Ion
Spark Electric Vehicle
Lithium Ion
Honda
Fit Electric Vehicle
Lithium Ion
Accord Hybrid
Lithium Ion
Insight Hybrid
Nickel-Metal Hydride
Civic Hybrid 2011 -2015
Lithium Ion
Civic Hybrid 2001 - 2010
Nickel-Metal Hydride
CR-Z Hybrid
Lithium Ion
FCX Clarity Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle
Lithium Ion
Tesla
S Electric Vehicle
Lithium Ion
Toyota
Prius Hybrids
Nickel-Metal Hydride
Prius Plug-In Hybrid
Lithium Ion
Camry Hybrid
Nickel-Metal Hydride
Avalon Hybrid
Nickel-Metal Hydride
Highlander Hybrid
Nickel-Metal Hydride
Scion
iQ Electric Vehicle
Lithium Ion
Sources: General Motors, 2014a, 2014b; American Honda Motor Company, Inc., 2013a, 2013b, 2014, 2015a,
2015b, 2015c, 2015d; Tesla Motors, 2015c; Toyota, 2012, 2015a, 2015b, 2015c, 2015d, 2015e, 2015f, 2015g.
Tesla Motors currently purchases lithium ion batteries for its electric vehicles from
Panasonic. Tesla and Panasonic began building a large-scale battery manufacturing facility in
Nevada in 2014. The plant is expected to be completed in 2017 and is planned to produce 35
GWh of cells and 50 GWh of packs per year by 2020, an amount which would exceed all of the
current lithium ion battery production worldwide (Ramsey, 2014; Tesla Motors, 2015b).
4.1.3 Summary of Findings from EPA's Review of Battery Manufacturing
EPA's research indicates that battery technologies have greatly changed since the
promulgation of the Battery Manufacturing ELGs in 1984, with the advent of rechargeable
batteries, including lithium ion and vanadium redox batteries. The 1984 ELGs apply to
discharges from battery manufacturing facilities if the battery type they manufacture is listed as
one of six manufacturing subcategories. Each subcategory is based on the type of metal used to
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manufacture the battery anodes. It is unclear at this time whether the existing ELGs cover
discharges from the manufacture of newer types of batteries because the anode materials are not
covered by any of the specific ELG subcategories. In addition, rechargeable batteries are
generally classified by the ions flowing between the anode and cathode, so different anode
materials may be used for the same kind of battery and whether the current ELGs address
discharges for this type of manufacturing is also questionable.
However, despite the advances in technologies, battery manufacturing in the U.S. appears
to have declined since the 1980s. EPA identified 58 battery manufacturing facilities that reported
water releases greater than zero to TRI in 2013, 23 of which reported direct releases
(TRILTOutput2013 v 1). EPA identified 25 NPDES permits for battery manufacturing facilities
currently designated as active (ICIS-NPDES), but only one battery manufacturing facility
reporting DMR discharges greater than zero in 2013 (DMRLI'Output!013 vI).
EPA identified at least one facility, a Tesla Motors plant being built in Nevada, which
will be manufacturing lithium ion batteries on a large scale. In addition, stakeholders have
expressed concern over potential growth in manufacturing of vanadium redox and electric
vehicle batteries and its implications for wastewater management.
While the battery manufacturing industry and battery technologies are advancing, EPA
has not yet identified information regarding the generation of new wastewater discharges from
the manufacture of these new battery technologies. However, stakeholders expressed concerns
about a resurgence of battery manufacturing in the U.S., particularly related to vanadium redox
and electric vehicle batteries. EPA has found it does not fully understand the state of the battery
manufacturing industry, new battery technologies, the applicability of the existing ELGs, and the
potential for new pollutants in the industry's wastewater discharges. Specifically, EPA's data
gaps include:
•	Potential future growth of the industry as reliance on electrical storage systems
grows.
•	What production processes during the manufacture of lithium ion, vanadium redox,
and electric vehicle batteries generate wastewater.
•	How the wastewater is managed.
•	What pollutants are present in any discharges of industrial wastewater.
•	Whether current U.S. battery manufacturers have changed, or plan to change, the
types of batteries they produce.
•	Whether there are other new battery manufacturing facilities being built in the U. S.
and the types of batteries they will be producing.
4.1.4 References for Battery Manufacturing
1. American Honda Motor Company, Inc. 2013a. The 2014 Accord Plug-In.
Accessed: June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08242.
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2.	American Honda Motor Company, Inc. 2013b. 2014 Fit EV. Accessed: June 11,
2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08243.
3.	American Honda Motor Company, Inc. 2014. CR-Z 2015. Accessed: June 11,
2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08244.
4.	American Honda Motor Company, Inc. 2015a. Accord 2015. Accessed: June 11,
2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08245.
5.	American Honda Motor Company, Inc. 2015b. Civic 2015. Accessed: June 11,
2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08246.
6.	American Honda Motor Company, Inc. 2015c. FCX Clarity Specifications.
Accessed: June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08247.
7.	American Honda Motor Company, Inc. 2015d. 2014 Insight Specifications.
Accessed: August 12, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08248.
8.	American Vanadium. 2014. Vanadium Flow Batteries. Accessed: September 10,
2014. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08249.
9.	Bomey, N. 2015. Tesla CEO El on Musk reveals Powerwall home battery. Detroit
Free Press (May 1). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08250.
10.	Clyde Space. 2014. Secondary Batteries. Accessed: September 10, 2014. EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08251.
11.	Energizer. 2010. Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) Handbook and Application
Manual. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08252.
12.	Environment Canada. 2014. National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) Online
Data Search. Accessed: September 10, 2014. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08253.
13.	General Motors. 2014a. Spark EV 2015. Accessed: June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08254.
14.	General Motors. 2014b. Volt 2015. Accessed: June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08255.
15.	Maxell. 2012. Rechargeable Batteries Product Index. Accessed: September 10,
2014. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08256.
16.	Northwestern University. 2014. Northwestern University Department of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science, Qualitative Reasoning Group. How do
batteries work? Accessed: September 11, 2014. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08257.
17.	Patterson, Mary L. 2009. Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries. Powerpoint
Presentation for the Indiana University Battery Workshop. (November). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08258.
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Ramsey, M. 2014. Tesla confirms Nevada to get battery factory. Wall Street
Journal (September 4). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08259.
Salkind, A. J., Klein, M., Bullock, K. R., Pierson, J. R., and Gifford, P. R. 2003.
Batteries, Other Secondary Cells. Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical
Technology. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (December). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08260.
St. John, J. 2014. The German-American Vanadium Flow Battery Connection.
Greentech Media. (February 24). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08261.
Tesla Motors. 2015a. Tesla Energy. Accessed: May 19, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08262.
Tesla Motors. 2015b. Tesla Gigafactory. Accessed: May 19, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08263.
Tesla Motors. 2015c. Model S Specifications. Accessed: August 11, 2015. EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08264.
Toyota. 2012. 2013 Scion iQ EV. Accessed: September 9, 2014. EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08265.
Toyota. 2015a. Avalon 2015. Accessed June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08266.
Toyota. 2015b. Camry 2015. Accessed June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 8267.
Toyota. 2015c. Highlander 2015. Accessed June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08268.
Toyota. 2015d. Prius 2015. Accessed June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08269.
Toyota. 2015e. Prius c 2015. Accessed June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08270.
Toyota. 2015f. 2015 Prius Plug-In Hybrid. Accessed June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08271.
Toyota. 2015g. Prius v 2015. Accessed June 11, 2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08272.
U.S. EPA. 1984a. Development Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
Standards for the Battery Manufacturing Point Source Category, Volume I.
Washington, D.C. (September). EPA 440/1-84-067. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08273.
U.S. EPA. 1984b. Development Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines
and Standards for the Battery Manufacturing Point Source Category, Volume II.
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Washington, D.C. (September). EPA 440/1-84-067. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665.
DCN 08274.
34.	U.S. EPA. 2013. Response to Comments for the Final 2010 Effluent Guidelines
Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (May). EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0196.
35.	Vacuum Products Canada, Inc. 2013. Lithium Ion Battery Manufacturing.
Accessed: September 10, 2014. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08275.
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4.2 Electrical and Electronic Components (40 CFR Part 469)
At a National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) National Pretreatment
and Pollution Prevention Workshop in 2014, stakeholders raised concerns regarding the
applicability of the Electrical and Electronic Components Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
Standards (E&EC ELGs) (40 CFR Part 469) to the manufacture of sapphire crystals. Sapphire
crystals are used in an increasing number of electronic devices. Further, stakeholders expressed
concern related to new pollutants of concern, specifically the use of nanomaterials in the
manufacturing of electronics that EPA did not consider during the development of the E&EC
ELGs. As a result, as part of the 2015 Annual Review, EPA began reviewing the E&EC ELGs,
primarily as they relate to sapphire crystal manufacturing, to determine whether recent changes
within the E&EC industry are resulting in new wastewater discharges or pollutants of concern.
4.2.1	Overview of the Electrical and Electronic Components ELGs in Relation to Sapphire
Crystal Manufacturing
In 1983, EPA promulgated the E&EC ELGs, which regulate pollutant discharges from
four subcategories: semiconductors, electronic crystals, cathode ray tubes, and luminescent
materials. Subpart B specifically covers discharges resulting from the manufacture of electronic
crystals. Subpart B defines electronic crystals as "crystals or crystalline material which because
of their unique structural and electronic properties are used in electronic devices. Examples of
these crystals are crystals comprised of quartz, ceramic, silicon, gallium arsenide, and idium
arsenide. " In addition, manufacture of electronic crystals is defined in this subpart as "the
growing of crystals and/or the production of crystal wafers for use in the manufacture of
electronic devices. " While the definition of electronic crystals does not specifically mention
sapphire crystals, sapphire crystals that are grown and made into wafers are used in the
manufacture of electronic devices and thus meet the definition of electronic crystals. Therefore,
40 CFR Part 469 Subpart B is applicable to wastewater discharges generated from growing
sapphire crystals and producing sapphire crystal wafers. Subpart B includes concentration-based
effluent limitations for total toxic organics (TTO), arsenic, fluoride, total suspended solids (TSS),
and pH for both new and existing direct and indirect dischargers.
In developing the ELGs, EPA identified four main types of electronic crystals:
piezoelectric crystals (primarily quartz), lithium niobate, liquid crystals, and semiconducting
crystals (primarily silicon, gallium arsenide, and gallium phosphate) (U.S. EPA, 1983). At the
time, EPA identified only one sapphire crystal manufacturing facility.
4.2.2	Overview of Sapphire Crystals Manufacturing and Wastewater Generation
Sapphire, the common name of the mineral corundum, is an aluminum oxide ((X-AI2O3)
gemstone that is widely used in industrial applications due to its physical properties (Dinh,
2011). After diamonds and silicon carbide, sapphire is one of the hardest materials; it is
chemically inert and transmits light effectively (PR Hoffman, 2013). These properties make
sapphire crystals a commonly used substrate in light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and in solar cells,
hard drives, lasers, and other optical applications.
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Sapphire Crystal Growth
While sapphire crystals have been produced for over a century (Harris, 2004), they were
not widely used for electronics until the mid-1980s, when industry began using them as
substrates in silicon-on-sapphire microprocessors (Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation, 2012).
Due to the increased demand for sapphire crystals for smartphones, LEDs, and other electronic
devices and components, sapphire crystal manufacturing has grown dramatically in recent years
(Wray, 2011). The industry manufactures synthetic sapphire crystals for industrial applications
by a variety of methods, depending on the end product desired. While methods vary, they all
begin with molten aluminum oxide (AI2O3) that is formed into a large synthetic sapphire crystal,
called a boule (ClearlySapphire.com, 2014).
The generally recognized methods of sapphire crystal formation are described below. All
of the methods are commonly used for sapphire crystal production, except the Edge-Defined
Film-Fed Growth (EFG) method, which does not produce crystals of high optical quality. The
sapphire crystal growth processes do not generate wastewater; however, they may produce non-
contact cooling water.
•	Czochralski Method. In the Czochralski method, aluminum oxide is melted in a
crucible and a sapphire seed crystal is dipped into it, rotated, and pulled out of the
melt, promoting crystal growth (Harris, 2004). The growth process takes weeks, and
the resulting crystal is used in lasers, transparent electronics, high temperature
process windows, and optical applications (ClearlySapphire.com, 2014).
•	EFG Method. In the EFG method, after aluminum oxide is melted in a crucible it
moves up a molybdenum die, used to shape the crystal, at the bottom of the crucible
by capillary attraction. A seed crystal is dipped into the melt on top of the die and the
seed is pulled out, promoting crystal formation (Harris, 2004). The crystals created
using this method are typically used in applications that do not require high quality
crystals. (ClearlySapphire.com, 2014).
•	Gradient Solidification. In gradient solidification, a hemispheric crucible with a
sapphire seed in the bottom is filled with alumina. A temperature gradient is created
in a vacuum and the seed crystal is partially melted. The slow cooling of the alumina
promotes sapphire crystallization (Harris, 2004).
•	Heat Exchanger Method. The heat exchanger method begins with a sapphire seed
crystal placed in a crucible. The crucible is then filled with pure alumina crackle. The
crackle is melted, while partially melting the seed crystal. The seed is cooled slowly
and the resulting crystal is of high quality (ClearlySapphire.com, 2014; Harris, 2004).
•	Kyropoulos Method. The Kyropoulos method begins with melting high-purity
aluminum oxide powder in a crucible. A seed crystal forms at the bottom and is
drawn out under a highly controlled thermal gradient. The resulting boules are highly
pure and can be used for electronics and optics (ClearlySapphire.com, 2014).
•	Verneuil Flame-fusion Crystal Growth Method. The Verneuil method, developed in
1902, was the first method developed for industrial sapphire production. It uses
powdered aluminum oxide (AI2O3) and chromium oxide (Cr203). The powders are
nearly melted and dropped onto an alumina pedestal. The seed crystal that forms is
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removed from the melt and rotated (Harris, 2004). The resulting crystals have internal
striations, so they have limited use (ClearlySapphire.com, 2014).
Sapphire Crystal Wafer Production
Production of sapphire crystal wafers for electronic applications begins with a sapphire
boule that can be over one hundred kilograms. The boule is sliced into wafers at a defined angle
that depends on the end-use. The wafers are then lapped, ground, polished, and cleaned with a
wet chemical cleaner (PR Hoffman, 2013). These polished wafers are used for electronic
displays, semiconductors, LEDs, and lenses whose performance can be altered by surface
features (Dinh, 2011).
The processes used in the manufacture of sapphire crystal wafers are generally the same
as in the manufacture of silicon crystal wafers, from the formation of a crystalline boule, to the
slicing, lapping, grinding, polishing, and cleaning. Figure 4-3 outlines the silicon wafer
production process. As indicated in the diagram, several of the wafer production processes can
generate wastewater in the form of slurries and acids. Because silicon is not as hard as sapphire,
the chemicals and slurries used in these processes may be different. However, the chemicals used
in the preparation of sapphire wafers have not been studied as thoroughly as silicon wafers, so
available information is limited (Kirby, 2008).
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PROCESS FOR:
SILICON, GALLIUM ARSENIDE, AND
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HEAT PROCESS -
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Figure 4-3. Basic Manufacturing Processes for Electronic Crystals (U.S. EPA, 1983)
Lapping, grinding, and polishing of sapphire crystals often require liquid media and an
abrasive (Ng and Dumm, 2012). Wafer lapping typically uses an abrasive liquid slurry mixture
with lapping plates to grind off any irregularities left after slicing, and results in a smooth,
unpolished surface (Dinh, 2011). Wafer grinding may also use liquid slurries, but is more
typically used for the coarse removal of material. Slurries used in these methods can be oil- or
water-based and could result in wastewater production.
Sapphire wafer polishing involves any of several processes, including: mechanical
polishing, wet chemical-mechanical polishing, dry chemical-mechanical polishing, colloidal
silica polishing, and contactless chemical mechanical polishing. Chemical mechanical polishing
is frequently used on sapphire crystals and uses chemical slurries for corrosion and abrasives
(often alumina) for mechanical friction (Zhang, et al., 2010; Dinh, 2011). Other slurries used for
the final steps of sapphire crystal production include alpha-alumina-based, scale silica-based,
polycrystalline diamond, nanodiamond, and colloidal silica slurries (Grish, 2011).
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Sapphire etching commonly uses sulfuric and phosphoric acids (Kirby, 2008), and
patterning of sapphire uses strong acids (Chang, et al., 2013).
Liquid-based slurries and chemicals used in the final processing of sapphire crystal
wafers may result in chemical waste discharges. EPA reported that in the 1980s, semiconductor
production used 166 million gallons of water per day, which is treated prior to discharge.
Sapphire is now commonly used as a substrate for semiconductors, but the current state of
wastewater discharges from sapphire crystal wafer production is not clear. More recent data
indicate that chemical and mechanical processing of electronic wafers in general (i.e., not just
sapphire wafers) can produce six liters of slurry waste per individual wafer (Belongia, 1999).
Sapphire Crystal Manufacturing in the U.S.
EPA identified several companies that manufacture, process, and finish sapphire crystals
in the U.S. These companies include Saint-Gobain Crystals, Rubicon Technology, and GT
Advanced Technologies (GTAT, 2013; Saint-Gobain, 2009; Sterling, 2011).47
4.2.3 Summary of Findings from EPA '.s Review of the Electrical and Electronic
Components ELGs in Relation to Sapphire Crystal Manufacturing
Sapphire crystals are used in an increasing number of electronic devices, and
stakeholders have recently raised concerns regarding the applicability of E&EC ELGs and new
pollutants discharged from sapphire crystal manufacturing. EPA's review of the E&EC ELGs
determined that Subpart B - Electronic Crystals covers wastewater discharges generated from
growing sapphire crystals and producing sapphire crystal wafers. While the ELGs do not specify
sapphire crystals, they are a crystal or crystalline material used in the manufacture of electronic
devices because of their unique structural and electronic properties, and therefore meet the
applicability of that Subpart.
• Preliminary research indicates that sapphire crystal wafer production usually
generates wastewater in the form of slurries and acids. The chemicals used in the
preparation of sapphire wafers have not been thoroughly studied, so available
information is limited. As a result, EPA has not yet determined the pollutants of
concern or current wastewater management practices. Further, public comments
expressed concern about pollutants that EPA did not consider during the development
of the existing E&EC ELGs, specifically, nanomaterials. EPA confirmed that
nanodiamonds are used in sapphire crystal polishing slurries. In addition, EPA
identified a number of facilities in the U.S. that are likely manufacturing sapphire
crystals and wafers. To date, EPA's review has not definitively determined whether
the manufacture of sapphire crystals and wafers results in the discharge of pollutants
not covered by 40 CFR Part 469. EPA has found it does not fully understand the state
of the E&EC industry in the U.S., including advances in technology and
manufacturing processes, and potential new pollutants of concern present in
wastewater discharge. Specifically, EPA's data gaps include: What additional
pollutants of concern may be present in discharges from sapphire crystal
manufacturing that are not regulated by the existing ELGs.
47 This list is not exhaustive; it includes facilities that were easily identified through internet research.
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•	How permitting authorities are currently addressing discharges from facilities that
manufacture sapphire crystals.
•	What manufacturing processes generate wastewater, and how the wastewater is
treated, reused, and/or discharged.
•	How many facilities in the U.S. are manufacturing sapphire crystals and what is the
volume of production.
4.2.4 References for Electrical and Electronic Components
1.	Belongia, B. M., Sun, Y., Vaygents, J. C., Raghavan, S., and O'Sullivan, J. 1999.
Treatment of CMP Waste Streams. Arizona Board of Regents for the University
of Arizona. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08292.
2.	Chang, C-M., Shiao, M-H., Chiang, D., Yang, C-T., Huang, M-J., and Hsueh, W-
J. 2013. Submicron-Size Patterning on the Sapphire Substrate Prepared by
Nanosphere Lithography and Nanoimprint Lithography Techniques. Met. Mater.
Int. 19(4): 869-874. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08293.
3.	ClearlySapphire.com. 2014. Growth. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08294.
4.	Dinh, H. 2011. Polishing of Sapphire Substrates. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08295.
5.	GRISH. 2011. Beijing Grish Hitech Co., Ltd. Sapphire Wafer Lapping. EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08296.
6.	GT Advanced Technologies. 2013. Worldwide Locations. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08297.
7.	Harris, D.C. 2004. A Century of Sapphire Crystal Growth. Proceedings of the
10th DoD Electromagnetic Windows Symposium. Norfolk, Virginia. (May).
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08298.
8.	Kirby, K.W. 2008. Processing of Sapphire Surfaces for Semiconductor Device
Applications. Master of Science Thesis, Pennsylvania State University Graduate
School College of Engineering. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08299.
9.	Leavitt, P. 2014. Apple factory in Mesa ramps up sapphire production. EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08300.
10.	Ng, K-Y., and Dumm, T. 2012. Advancements in Lapping and Polishing with
Diamond Slurries. CS MANTECH Conference, April 23-26 2012, Boston,
Massachusetts. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08301.
11.	Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation. 2012. Driving the RF SOI Revolution.
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08302.
12.	PR Hoffman. 2013. PR Hoffman Machine Products. Sapphire Wafer Processing.
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08303.
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13.	Saint-Gobain. 2009. Saint-Gobain Crystals Achieves ISO 9001 Certification.
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08304.
14.	Sterling, J. 2011. Rubicon Technology: a high tech start-up successfully practices
strategic focus. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08305.
15.	U. S. EPA. 1983. Development Document for the Electrical and Electronic
Components Point Source Category: Phase I. Washington, D.C. (April). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08306.
16.	Zhang, Z., Liu, W., Song, Z., and Hu, X. 2010. Two-Step Chemical Mechanical
Polishing of Sapphire Substrate. Journal of the Electrochemical Society. 157 (6):
H688-H691. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08307.
17.	Wray, P. 2011. Sapphire crystal makers' business on upswing. EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08308.
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4.3—2-Mercaptobenzothiazole (MET)
4.3 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole (MBT)
EPA received a public comment on its Preliminary 2012 Effluent Guidelines Program
Plan from the Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA) concerning the
environmental release of 2-mercaptobenzothiazole (MBT). The comment cited research
indicating that the chemical is highly toxic to aquatic life, slow to biodegrade, and, because it is
released as tires wear, is pervasive in the environment. The comment expressed concern that this
chemical is not codified in 40 CFRPart 401.1548 as atoxic pollutant. The commenter also
asserts that the chemical is not captured by the TRI database, although EPA notes that this is not
accurate (U.S. EPA, 2014).49
In its response to the comment, EPA noted that the effluent guidelines program under the
Clean Water Act focuses on the discharge of pollutants from industrial wastewater sources, and
that it is not necessarily the best program for addressing the environmental release of MBT from
automobile tires wearing down from use on roads. Other efforts, such as pollution prevention and
product substitution, under statutes such as the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), may be
more appropriate to address the potential issues associated with MBT (U.S. EPA, 2014).
However, as a direct follow-up to the comment, EPA looked into this chemical as part of the
2015 Annual Review, focusing specifically on its use in tire manufacturing, and any associated
potential discharges. MBT is used in other industries, such as sodium and zinc salts of MBT,
which are active ingredients in fungicides, microbiocides, and bacteriostats (U.S. EPA, 1994).
However, these uses were outside of the scope of this review.
4.3.1	Overview of Existing ELGs Related to MBT and Rubber Manufacturing
The Rubber Manufacturing ELGs (40 CFR Part 428), specifically Subpart A, Tire and
Inner Tube Plants, cover discharges from tire manufacturing. This subpart includes discharge
limitations for TSS, oil and grease, and pH, but does not include limitations on toxic pollutants.
EPA promulgated the Rubber Manufacturing ELGs in 1974 and has not significantly updated
them since 1975.
4.3.2	Overview of MBT
The following subsections discuss MBT's chemical properties, use, and environmental
release.
MBT Properties
MBT is a beige or light yellow powder that is insoluble in water. Table 4-3 below
presents MBT's properties.
48	Provides a list of toxic pollutants designated pursuant to section 307(a)(1) of the Clean Water Act. Part 401
provides general provisions, such as definitions and test procedures that apply to additional regulations that
implement the Clean Water Act.
49	EPA notes that MBT was added to the TRI list of chemicals in 1995 (U.S. EPA, 2015).
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Table 4-3. Properties of MBT
Property
Data
Chemical Structurcb
Molecular Formula
c7h5ns2
N
/>—SH
O
Molecular Weight
167.25
Melting Point
177-181°C
Density
1.42 g/cm3
Flash Point
243°C
Water Solubility
<0.1 g/100 mL at 19°C
0.032 g/100 mLa
CAS Database Reference
149-30-4
Source: Chemical Book, 2014, unless otherwise specified.
a Source for alternative water solubility value: ChemicalLand21 .com, 2015.
b Source: Sigma-Aldrich, 2015.
MBT's Use in Tires
Vulcanization is the process by which plastic rubber is converted into the elastic or hard
rubber state. The process is brought about by the linking of macro-molecules at reactive sites
(U.S. EPA, 1974). Vulcanization improves the mechanical properties of rubber (Rodgers, et al.,
2004). In the early 1900s, researchers discovered accelerators that help control the vulcanization
process and the number and type of sulfur crosslinks that form. Aniline was the first organic
compound used to accelerate the reaction of sulfur with natural rubber. Since then, the industry
has developed less toxic aniline derivatives that possess increased acceleration activity. MBT,
one such compound, is prepared by heating aniline, carbon disulfide, and sulfur in an autoclave
at elevated temperature and pressure. MBT is currently the highest volume organic accelerator
used to manufacture rubber tires (Ohm, 2000). However, the use of accelerators in the U.S. has
been declining due to longer-lasting tires and reduced number of U.S. manufacturers (Ohm,
2000).
MBT's Release to the Environment
An emission scenario, published by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and
Development (OECD) in 2004, evaluated the sources, use patterns, and release pathways of
rubber industry chemical additives to support estimates of environmental releases (OECD,
2004). OECD specifically examined scenarios for formulation and processing emissions to
wastewater, formulation and processing emissions to air and soil, and the private use of rubber
products by tire abrasion, including emission to surface water and soil. Tire abrasion was the
only scenario that resulted in the release of MBT.
EPA's review of available discharge data identified five facilities that reported releases of
MBT to TRI in 2013, as shown in Table 4-4 below. None of these facilities are tire
manufacturers, though this data set may be limited, as only facilities that manufacture and
process more than 25,000 pounds, or otherwise use more than 10,000 pounds of a listed chemical
in a given year, report releases to TRI (see Section 2.1 of this report for a discussion of the
limitations of TRI data). Further, each of the reported releases of MBT from other types of
rubber manufacturing are less than five pounds per year.
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4.3—2-Mercaptobenzothiazole (MET)
EPA identified 12 tire manufacturers (by SIC Code 3011) in the U.S. reporting DMR
discharges greater than zero in 2013 (.DMRLTOutput20131). None of these facilities reported
discharges of MBT. However, MBT is not a regulated pollutant in the Rubber Manufacturing
ELGs; therefore, facilities are unlikely to report MBT discharges unless their permit contains
specific limitations or monitoring requirements.
Table 4-4. Facilities Reporting MBT Releases to TRI in 2013
Point Sou rce
Category
NAICS Code and
Description
Facility Name and
Location
Facility Description
Pounds
MBT
Organic
chemicals,
plastics and
synthetic
fibers
(OCPSF) (40
CFR Part 414)
325199 -All Other
Basic Organic
Chemical
Manufacturing
Emerald Performance
Materials LLC, Henry,
IL
Produces and markets
specialty chemicals for use in
aerospace, food, beverages,
cosmetics, toothpaste,
household products, paint,
tires, automobiles, and sports
gear, etc. (Emerald
Performance Materials, 2006)
5,480
325998 - All Other
Miscellaneous
Chemical Product and
Preparation
Manufacturing
Dober Group, Hazelton,
PA
Produces liquids for Dober
Chemical's Cooling Systems
Division and GreenFloc
Division (Dober, 2015).
180
Rubber
Manufacturing
(40 CFR Part
428)
326299 - All Other
Rubber Product
Manufacturing
International Automotive
Components, Canton,
OH
Produces and supplies
automotive interior
components (IAC, 2015).
5
Gold Key Processing
Inc., Middlefield, OH
Develops and produces black
and non-black rubber
compounds (GoldKey, 2015).
2.6
326291 - Rubber
Product
Manufacturing for
Mechanical Use
Cooper Standard
Automotive, Inc.,
Auburn, IN
Produces sealing and trim
systems, fuel and brake
delivery systems, and anti-
vibration control products for
the automotive industry
(CooperStandard, 2015).
1
Source: TRILTOutput2013_vl
Note: Values are rounded to three significant figures.
4.3.3	Summary of Findings from EPA's Review of MBT
Though tire manufacturers use MBT as a vulcanization accelerator, EPA's review of
2013 DMR and TRI data did not identify any discharges of MBT from tire manufacturers,
although there may be releases from other industries, including OCPSF and rubber
manufacturing in general. In addition, concerns regarding MBT's release to the environment
have centered on dust from the abrasion and wear of tires, which is not under the purview of the
effluent guidelines program.
4.3.4	References for MB T
1. Chemical Book. 2014. 2-Mercaptobenzothiaole. Accessed September 18, 2014.
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08278.
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2.	ChemicalLand21.com. 2015. 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole. Accessed June 11, 2015.
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08279.
3.	CooperStandard. 2015. CooperStandard Products and Innovations. EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08280.
4.	Dober. 2015. History. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08281.
5.	Emerald Performance Materials. 2006. Emerald Performance Materials Home.
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08282.
6.	GoldKey. 2015. GoldKey Processing, Inc. Mixing Technology. EPA-HQ-OW-
2015-0665. DCN 08283.
7.	IAC. 2015. About International Automotive Components. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-
0665. DCN 08284.
8.	OECD. 2004. Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development.
Emission Scenario Document on Additives in Rubber Industry. Series on
Emission Scenario Documents No. 6. (June). EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN
08285.
9.	Ohm, R. F. 2000. Rubber Chemicals. Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical
Technology. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08286.
10.	Rodgers, B., Waddell, W. H., Solis, S. and Klingensmith, W. 2004. Rubber
Compounding. Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. EPA-HQ-
OW-2015-0665. DCN 08287.
11.	Sigma-Aldrich. 2015. M3302 - 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole. Accessed June 11,
2015. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08288.
12.	U.S. EPA. 1974. Development Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and
New Source Performance Standards for the Tire and Synthetic Segment of the
Rubber Processing Point Source Category. Washington D.C. (February). EPA
440/0-174-013. EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08289.
13.	U.S. EPA. 1994. R.E.D. FACTS: Sodium and Zinc Salts of 2-
Mercaptobenzothiazole. EPA 738-F-94-024. Washington D.C. (September). EPA-
HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08290.
14.	U.S. EPA. 2014. Response to Comments for the Preliminary 2012 Effluent
Guidelines Program Plan. Washington, D.C. (September). EPA-HQ-OW-2010-
0824-0318.
15.	U.S. EPA. 2015. Changes To The TRI List Of Toxic Chemicals. Washington, D.C.
EPA-HQ-OW-2015-0665. DCN 08291.
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APPENDIX A: EVALUATING DATA QUALITY OF SOURCES SUPPORTING THE
2015 ANNUAL REVIEW REPORT
A.l Background
The 2015 Annual Review consisted of three components:
•	Conducting a toxicity ranking analysis (TRA) to identify and prioritize for further
review those industrial categories whose pollutant discharges pose a substantial
hazard to human health and the environment;
•	Conducting preliminary category reviews for the industrial categories with the
highest hazard potential identified from the TRA; and
•	Reviewing additional industrial categories and chemicals, brought to EPA's
attention through stakeholder comments and input, to evaluate recent changes
within the industries as well as potential new pollutant releases to the environment
through industrial wastewater discharge.
This appendix focuses on EPA's evaluation of the data quality for sources supporting the
preliminary category reviews and review of additional industrial categories and chemicals
brought to its attention through stakeholder comments and input. Note that the data sources and
data quality evaluation for the TRA are described in Section 2 of this report.
Specifically, for the 2015 Annual Review, EPA identified 18 industrial categories from
the TRA for further review that collectively discharge over 95 percent of the total toxic weighted
pounds equivalent (TWPE). Of those, EPA conducted more detailed preliminary category
reviews on 11 industrial categories, where the TWPE was attributed to multiple pollutants and
facilities. For more information on the preliminary category reviews, see Section 3 of this report.
EPA also began reviewing in more detail two additional point source categories that were
not identified in the TRA as categories that collectively discharge over 95 percent of the total
TWPE. These categories include Battery Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 461) and Electrical and
Electronic Components (40 CFR Part 469), specifically Subpart B Electronic Crystals. In
addition, EPA reviewed in more detail 2-Mercaptobenothiazole (MBT), a chemical compound
used in tire manufacturing. Tire manufacturing is covered under the Rubber Manufacturing Point
Source Category (40 CFR Part 428), Subpart A (Tire and Inner Tube Plants Subcategory). EPA
initiated these reviews to address comments received from stakeholders regarding recent changes
to these industries as well as potential new pollutant releases to the environment through
industrial wastewater discharge. For more information on these reviews, see Section 4 of this
report.
EPA collected data, evaluated its usefulness, and documented the usability and quality of
the data from the categories of sources used to support these reviews in accordance with the
specifications presented in The Environmental Engineering Support for Clean Water Regulations
Programmatic Quality Assurance Project Plan (PQAPP) (ERG, 2013). The following sections
provide detailed information on the data sources used and data quality evaluation applied to
support EPA's 2015 Annual Review, specifically related to its preliminary category reviews and
three additional category and chemical reviews.
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In addition to the categories of sources listed in Section A.2 below, EPA used Toxic
Release Inventory (TRI) data and discharge monitoring report (DMR) data downloaded from the
DMR Pollutant Loading Tool to support these reviews. EPA documents the quality assurance
and criteria of DMR and TRI data in the Revised Quality Assurance Project Plan for the 2009
Annual Screening-Level Analysis of TRI, ICIS-NPDES, and PCS Industrial Category Discharge
Data (ERG, 2009). EPA has documented the quality assurance and criteria of the DMR Pollutant
Loading Tool in Section 5 of the Technical Users Background Document for the Discharge
Monitoring Report (DMR) Pollutant Loading Tool (U.S. EPA, 2012).
A.2 Data Sources
EPA used the following categories of sources for its preliminary category reviews and
reviews of Battery Manufacturing (40 CFR Part 461), Electrical and Electronic Components (40
CFR Part 469), specifically Subpart B Electronic Crystals, and use of MBT in tire
manufacturing:
•	Conference proceedings, peer-reviewed journals, other academic literature.
•	State and local government information provided in telephone calls and email
correspondence.
•	Federal, state, and local government publications.
•	Data and information obtained from industry and trade associations.
•	Other (non-industry) publications.
A.3 Data Quality Criteria
EPA used existing data to support analyses of the potential impact of industrial
discharges on the environment. EPA obtained the existing data from government and other peer
reviewed publications, through direct email or telephone correspondence with industry and state
and local government, and through online sources, including company websites. EPA considered
the accuracy, reliability, and representativeness of data sources to assess their usability for the
2015 Annual Review, as described in Section 4.3.1 of th q Environmental Engineering Support
for Clean Water Regulations PQAPP (ERG, 2013) and as expanded upon below. EPA also
referenced Table 4-2 in the Environmental Engineering Support for Clean Water Regulations
PQAPP to determine that the sources provided information sufficiently accurate and reliable for
use in the 2015 Annual Review (ERG, 2013).
Accuracy. EPA assumed that the data and information contained in and supporting
government publications, selected conference proceedings, peer-reviewed journal articles, and
other academic literature are sufficiently accurate to support the general and/or facility-specific
characterization of industries, process operations, and waste streams. EPA considered the data
and information obtained from direct correspondence with state and local government regulators
sufficiently accurate to characterize and quantify specific wastewater discharges or process
operations from individual facilities. EPA also considered industry and other non-industry
information, including direct industry correspondence, company websites, and online news
articles. The data and information reported by these sources is potentially less accurate than
those in government publications or peer-reviewed literature, but provided useful information for
qualitative characterization and understanding of industries, process operations, and waste
streams.
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Reliability. Using the following criteria, EPA also evaluated the reliability of collected
existing data and information for use in qualitative analyses:
•	The scientific work is clearly written, so that all assumptions and methodologies
can be identified.
•	The variability and uncertainty (quantitative and qualitative) in the information or
in the procedures, measures, methods, or models are evaluated and characterized.
•	The assumptions and methods are consistently applied throughout the analysis, as
reported in the source.
•	Waste streams, parameters, units, and detection limits (when appropriate) are
clearly characterized.
•	The governmental or facility contact is reputable and has knowledge of the
industry, facility, process operation, or waste streams of interest.
EPA considered data sources that met these criteria sufficiently reliable to support its
characterization and understanding of industries, process operations, and waste streams.
Representativeness. EPA evaluated existing data and information for use in qualitative
analyses based on whether the data provide a national perspective and are relevant to and
representative of the industry to which the data are applied, using the following criteria:
•	Relevance'. The data source is relevant to the industry or pollutant group of
interest (e.g., the industry description or Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)
and North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes provided in
the data source, when available, match the industry).
•	National applicability. The data can be applied broadly to provide a national
perspective relative to the industry or pollutant group of interest (e.g., the data are
characteristic of the industry or pollutant group as a whole).
EPA considered data sources that met these criteria sufficiently representative to support
the characterization of industries, process operations, and waste streams. During the course of its
preliminary category reviews, EPA obtained certain facility-specific data from correspondence
with state and local regulators and/or industry representatives and determined that the data were
not representative of the industry as a whole (e.g., the pollutant discharge was associated with a
process unique to an individual facility). In such instances, EPA determined that the information
was useful for understanding and characterizing wastewater discharges or process operations
from specific facilities, which furthered its understanding of the wastewater discharges and
operations for the industry as a whole.
A.4 Evaluating Data Quality
This section describes the data sources in more detail and how they met the evaluation
criteria listed above. Table A-l at the end of this section details the criteria applied and the
conclusions reached on each data source.
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A.4.1 Conference Proceedings, Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles, Other Academic
Literature
EPA reviewed selected conference proceedings, peer-reviewed journal articles, and other
academic literature in support of its reviews of battery manufacturing, sapphire crystal
manufacturing, and MBT use in tire manufacturing. EPA applied the data quality criteria
established in the Environmental Engineering Support for Clean Water Regulations PQAPP
(ERG, 2013) and determined that the data and information obtained from conference
proceedings, peer-reviewed journals, and other academic literature were sufficiently accurate,
reliable, and representative for characterizing battery technologies, process operations and waste
streams associated with battery and sapphire crystal manufacturing, and chemical production and
use of MBT in tire manufacturing.
A.4.2 State, and local government information provided in telephone calls and email
correspondence.
In support of its preliminary category reviews, EPA collected information through
telephone calls and email correspondence with state and local government regulators and
representatives regarding wastewater discharges from specific facilities. EPA considers
information provided from such informal communications to be anecdotal, but useful for
qualitative descriptions, such as general information on industrial sector trends, characterization
of industrial wastewater discharges, and available industrial wastewater treatment technologies.
From discussions with state and local government representatives, EPA often obtained published
information such as NPDES permits and fact sheets; however, EPA evaluated the quality of this
published information separately (see Federal, State, and Local Government Publications below).
A.4.3 Federal, State, and Local Government Publications
EPA reviewed federal, state, and local government publications related to its preliminary
category reviews and reviews of battery manufacturing, electronics and electrical component
manufacturing, and MBT use in tire manufacturing. Federal Government publications were
obtained from the U.S., Canada, and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and
Development (OECD)1. These publications included regulations, reports, and supporting
documentation related to the specific industrial categories and pollutants of interest. EPA also
reviewed state and local government publications, including NPDES permits and fact sheets.
EPA used these publications to enhance its understanding of the impact of existing government
programs and regulations on the industry or the pollutant group of interest. Using the criteria
established in the Environmental Engineering Support for Clean Water Regulations PQAPP
(ERG, 2013), EPA determined that data and information provided in government publications is
sufficiently accurate and reliable to characterize specific wastewater discharges, process
operations, waste streams, and pollutant loads, and/or could be applied nationally to generally
characterize industrial sector trends or pollutant group of interest.
1 OECD is an intergovernmental organization in which representatives of 30 countries in North
America, Europe and the Pacific, coordinate on issues of international significance.	
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A.4.4 Industry and Trade Association Information
EPA obtained information from direct email or telephone communications with industry
to support its preliminary category reviews. This included contacting specific facilities to
confirm data supported on DMRs or reported to TRI as well as gather information regarding
facility-specific process operations and waste streams. EPA also obtained information from
specific battery, sapphire crystals, and tire manufacturing company and industry trade
association websites. This included descriptions of process operations and company profile
information, for example, the types of products they produce. EPA applied the criteria
established in the Environmental Engineering Support for Clean Water Regulations PQAPP
(ERG, 2013) and determined this information was sufficiently accurate, reliable, and
representative of the facilities of interest for use in characterizing industry sector trends and
process operations that generate waste streams. EPA also determined that data obtained directly
from facility contacts regarding reported DMR or TRI data are sufficiently accurate, reliable, and
representative to characterize the facility-specific wastewater discharges and estimate facility-
specific pollutant loads.
A.4.5 Other Non-Industry Publications
EPA obtained information from other non-industry publications including news sites and
websites that provide chemical information, in support of its reviews of battery manufacturing,
electronics and electrical component manufacturing, and MBT use in tire manufacturing. EPA
applied the criteria established in the Environmental Engineering Support for Clean Water
Regulations PQAPP (ERG, 2013) and determined this information was sufficiently accurate,
reliable, and representative for use in characterizing industrial sector trends and understanding
the chemical properties of specific pollutants of interest.
A.5 References for Quality Assurance Activities Supporting the 2014 Annual Review
Report
1	ERG. 2009. Eastern Research Group, Inc. Revised Quality Assurance Project Plan for
the 2009 Annual Screening-Level Analysis of TRI, ICIS-NPDES, and PCS Industrial
Category Discharge Data. Chantilly, VA. (September). EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517-
0507.
2	ERG. 2013. Eastern Research Group, Inc. Environmental Engineering Support for
Clean Water Regulations Programmatic Quality Assurance Project Plan (PQAPP).
Chantilly, VA. (May). EPA-HQ-OW-2010-0824-0229.
3	U.S. EPA. 2012. Technical Users Background Document for the Discharge
Monitoring Report (DMR) Pollutant Loading Tool. Version 1.0. Washington, D.C.
(January). Available online at:
http://cfpub.epa.gov/dmr/docs/Technical_Users_Background_Doc.pdf. EPA-HQ-
OW-2014-0170-0203.
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A-l. Data Sources Supporting 2015 Annual Review Analyses
Data Sou i ce
Diilii Quali(\ Criteria
Conclusions oil Lsabilil\
Accuracy and Rcliahililv
Rep rcscn laliv euess
Conference Proceedings,
Peer-Reviewed Journal
Articles, Other Academic
Literature
Information is obtained from selected national
conference proceedings, peer-reviewed journal articles
and other academic literature. All data sources are
clearly written, document methodologies and
assumptions, and where relevant, describe variability
and uncertainty, and characterize waste streams,
parameters, units, and detection limits.
Data and information are relevant to the industry
or pollutant group to which the data are applied.
Data also provide general information about
industrial sector trends (e.g., new products and
process operations). EPA determined this
information could be applied nationally to the
relevant sectors or pollutants of interest.
EPA considers this type of data and
information sufficiently accurate,
reliable, and representative, and
therefore, usable to characterize
industry operations, waste streams,
and wastewater discharge practices.
State and Local
Government Information
provided in Telephone
Calls and Email
Correspondence
State and local government representatives provided
information on wastewater discharges from specific
facilities through telephone calls and email
correspondence. EPA considers the information
sufficiently accurate and reliable for qualitative
descriptions, but anecdotal. EPA requested published
or written information to support information provided
from informal communication, when available.
Data and information are relevant to the industry
to which the data are applied. Though the
information gathered from state and local
government representatives was generally
facility-specific (e.g., verification of facility
wastewater discharge data and process
operations), EPA determined that the
information, when considered collectively, could
be applied nationally to facilitate EPA's
understanding of the category as a whole.
EPA considers this type of
information anecdotal, but
sufficiently accurate, reliable, and
representative for characterizing
facility-specific operations and
discharges. EPA also considers this
information useful for facilitating
its understanding of category-wide
industrial sector trends, wastewater
discharges, and available
wastewater treatment technologies.
EPA evaluates the quality of any
published documents from state or
local governments separately (see
Federal, State, and Local
Government Publications, below).
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Data Sou i ce
Diilii Quali(\ Criteria
Conclusions oil Lsabilil\
Accuracy and Rcliahililv
Rep rcscn laliv euess
Federal, State, Local
Government Publications
EPA assumes that all data provided in federal, state, or
local government reports and regulations are
sufficiently accurate and reliable.
All reports, regulations, and supporting documentation
are clearly written and document methodologies and
assumptions.
EPA verified the representativeness of the data
to the industrial sectors of interest using industry
descriptions, or when available, applicable SIC
or NAICS codes provided in the supporting
documentation.
All federal government reports, regulations and
supporting documentation provide a national
perspective related to the industry to which the
data are applied. Though the information
gathered from state and local government
representatives was generally facility-specific
(e.g., verification of facility wastewater
discharge data and process operations), EPA
determined that the information, when
considered collectively, could be applied
nationally to facilitate EPA's understanding of
the category as a whole.
EPA considers this type of data
sufficiently accurate, reliable, and
representative, and therefore usable
to support industry and waste
stream characterization as well as
estimating pollutant loads.
Industry and Trade
Association Information
EPA considers information obtained from industry and
trade associations to be less certain than peer-reviewed
information, however, EPA determined this
information was sufficiently accurate and reliable for
characterizing industry trends and operations. All
industry data and information was obtained from
known industry sources (e.g., directly from facility
contacts or from industry trade association or company
websites).
EPA considers data and information obtained directly
from facility contacts regarding reported DMR or TRI
data to be accurate and reliable for characterizing
facility-specific wastewater discharges and estimating
facility-specific loads.
EPA verified the representativeness of the data
to the industrial sectors of interest using industry
descriptions, or when available, applicable SIC
or NAICS codes provided in the supporting
documentation.
Although much of the information obtained
from industry was facility or company-specific,
EPA determined it was representative of, and
useful for, facilitating EPA's understanding of
the category as a whole.
EPA considers this type of data
sufficiently accurate, reliable, and
representative, and therefore usable
for characterizing industrial sector
trends, process operations, and
waste streams.
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A-l. Data Sources Supporting 2015 Annual Review Analyses
Data Sou i ce
Diilii Quali(\ Criteria
Conclusions oil Lsabilil\
Accuracy and Rcliahililv
Rep rcscn laliv euess
Other Non-Industry
Publications
EPA considers information obtained from non-
industry, non-peer reviewed sources (including news
sites and websites that provide chemical information)
to be less certain, but useful for general industry or
pollutant characterization. All non-industry information
was obtained from known sources (e.g., chemical
vendors and reputable national news sites such as the
Wall Street Journal or Detroit Free Press).
EPA verified the representativeness of the data
to the industrial sectors of interest using industry
descriptions, or when available, applicable SIC
or NAICS codes provided in the supporting
documentation.
EPA verified the representativeness of the data
to the pollutant group of interest using industry
CAS numbers.
Data are sufficiently accurate,
reliable, and representative, to use
for generally characterizing
industrial sector trends (new
products or processes) or
understanding the chemical
properties of pollutants of interest.
A-8

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APPENDIX B
ADJUSTMENT OF INDIRECT RELEASES OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE

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Appendix B—Adjustment of Indirect Releases of Hydrogen Sulfide
Table B-l. Adjustment of Indirect Releases of Hydrogen Sulfide
TRI l-;uilil\ II)
l';iiilil\ Niinu'
( ii\
SI iik-
40
(IK
P;ili
Ki-|>i>rk-d Ki-k-;isi-
(l)MR l.n;i(lin
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Appendix B—Adjustment of Indirect Releases of Hydrogen Sulfide
Table B-l. Adjustment of Indirect Releases of Hydrogen Sulfide
I KI l-aiilil\ II)
l-"aiilil\ Nairn-
( ii\
SI all-
40
(IK
Pari
Ki-pmii-d Ki-k-asi-
(l)MK Loading Timl)
ki-k-asi- A 111 it
liHiirpiiralion nl' POTW
Kiiiim al ('>S.fi4"'«)
i riwroiiiniiiyii.U'
Indin-ii
Ki-k-asi-
(Pounds)
liuliivii
Ki-k-asi-
(l \\ PI.
(ll)-i-t|/\ id
liuliivii
ki-k-asi-
(PiiiiihIs)
liuliivii
ki-k-asi-
(1 W PI.
(ll)-i-t|/\ id
90745NCLCR1520E
PHILLIPS 66 LOS ANGELES REFINERY
CARSON PLANT
CARSON
CA
419
10
28
0.136
0.381
94533NHSRB3101B
ANHEUSER-BUSCH LLC - FAIRFIELD
BREWERY
FAIRFIELD
CA
503
5
14
0.068
0.19
44035NYLNG1301L
3MELYRIA
ELYRIA
OH
414
5
14
0.068
0.19
90749RCPRD1801E
BP WEST COAST PRODUCTS LLC CARSON
BP CARSON REFINERY
CARSON
CA
419
1
2.8
0.0136
0.0381
Total
511,000
1,430,000
6,950
19,500
a - Section 2.2.2.1 of the 2015 Annual Review Report provides background on the development of the POTW removal for hydrogen sulfide.
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APPENDIX C
SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS FOR EAD'S TOXICITY RANKINGS ANALYSIS
Table C-l: SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
Table C-2: SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
Table C-3: NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
Table C-4: NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
(ode
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K I'iirl or
SIC Croup
Point Source ( iilciion
101
COCOA
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111
WHEAT
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
112
RICE
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
115
CORN
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
116
SOYBEANS
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
119
CASH GRAINS, NEC
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
131
COTTON
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
132
TOBACCO
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
133
SUGARCANE AND SUGAR BEETS
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
134
IRISH POTATOES
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
139
CROPS, EXCEPT CASH GRAINS, NEC
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
161
VEGETABLES AND MELONS
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
171
BERRY CROPS
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
172
GRAPES
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
173
TREE NUTS
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
174
CITRUS FRUITS
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
175
DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
179
FRUITS AND TREE NUTS, NEC
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
181
ORNAMENTAL NURSERY PRODUCTS
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
182
FOOD CROPS GROWN UNDER COVER
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
191
GENERAL FARMS, PRIMARILY CROP
SIC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
211
BEEF CATTLE FEEDLOTS
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
212
BEEF CATTLE, EXCEPT FEEDLOTS
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
213
HOGS
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
214
SHEEP AND GOATS
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
219
GENERAL LIVESTOCK, NEC
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
241
DAIRY FARMS
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
251
BROIL, FRY AND ROAST CHICKENS
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
252
CHICKEN EGGS
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
253
TURKEY AND TURKEY EGGS
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
254
POULTRY HATCHERIES
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
259
POULTRY AND EGGS, NEC
PSC
412
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)
271
FUR-BEARING ANIMALS & RABBITS
SIC
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
C-l

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on

IIORSLS AND (JTI ILk LQLINLS
PSC
412
Conceiiualed Animal l eedm^ Operalioiii (CAI'Oj
273
ANIMAL AQUACULTURE
PSC
451
Aquatic Animal Production Industry
279
ANIMAL SPECIALTIES, NEC
SIC
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
291
FARMS, PRIMARILY LIVESTOCK
SIC
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
711
SOIL PREPARATION SERVICES
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
721
CROP PLANTING & PROTECTION
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
722
HARVESTING, PRIMARILY MACHINE
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
723
CROP PREP SERVICES FOR MARKET
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
724
COTTON GINNING
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
741
VET SERVICES FOR LIVESTOCK
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
742
VET SERVFOR ANIMAL SPECIALTY
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
751
LIVESTOCK SERVICES, EXCEPT VET
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
752
ANIMAL SPECIAL SERV EXCEPT VET
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
761
FARM LABOR CONTRACT & CREW
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
762
FARM MANAGEMENT SERVICES
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
781
LANDSCAPE COUNSELING AND PLAN
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
782
LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICES
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
783
ORNAMENTAL SHRUB AND TREE SERV
SIC
7
Agricultural Services
811
TIMBER TRACTS
SIC
8
Forestry
831
FOREST PRODUCTS
SIC
8
Forestry
851
FORESTRY SERVICES
SIC
8
Forestry
912
FINFISH
SIC
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
913
SHELLFISH
SIC
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
919
MISCELLANEOUS MARINE PRODUCTS
SIC
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
921
FISH HATCHERIES AND PRESERVES
PSC
451
Aquatic Animal Production Industry
971
HUNT & TRAP & GAME PROPOGATION
SIC
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
1011
IRON ORES
PSC
440
Ore mining and dressing
1021
COPPER ORES
PSC
440
Ore mining and dressing
1031
LEAD AND ZINC ORES
PSC
440
Ore mining and dressing
1041
GOLD ORES
PSC
440
Ore mining and dressing
1044
SILVER ORES
PSC
440
Ore mining and dressing
1061
FERROALLOY ORES, EXCL VANADIUM
PSC
440
Ore mining and dressing
1081
METAL MINING SERVICES
PSC
440
Ore mining and dressing
1094
URANIUM-RADIUM-VANADIUM ORES
PSC
440
Ore mining and dressing
C-2

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
1U99
ME1AL ORES, NEC
PSC
44(J
Ore mining and dressing
1221
BITUMINOUS COAL & LIG, SURFACE
PSC
434
Coal mining
1222
BITUMINOUS COAL & LIG, UNDERGR
PSC
434
Coal mining
1231
ANTHRACITE MINING
PSC
434
Coal mining
1241
COAL MINING SERVICE
SIC
12
Coal Mining - SIC 12
1311
CRUDE PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS
PSC
435
Oil & Gas Extraction
1321
NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS
SIC
13
Natural Gas Liquids
1381
DRILLING OIL AND GAS WELLS
PSC
435
Oil & Gas Extraction
1382
OIL AND GAS FIELD EXPLORATION
PSC
435
Oil & Gas Extraction
1389
OIL AND & FIELD SERVICES, NEC
PSC
435
Oil & Gas Extraction
1411
DIMENSION STONE
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1422
CRUSHED AND BROKEN LIMESTONE
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1423
CRUSHED AND BROKEN GRANITE
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1429
CRUSHED AND BROKEN STONE, NEC
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1442
CONSTRUCTION SAND AND GRAVEL
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1446
INDUSTRIAL SAND
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1455
KAOLIN AND BALL CLAY
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1459
CLAY, CERAMIC & REFRAC MAT NEC
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1474
POTASH, SODA & BORATE MINERALS
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1475
PHOSPHATE ROCK
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1479
CHEM & FERT MINERA MINING, NEC
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1481
NONMETAL MINERAL (EXCEPT FUELS
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1499
MISC NONMETAL MINERALS, NEC
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
1521
CONTRACTORS-SINGLE FAMILY HOUS
SIC
15
General Building Contractors
1522
GEN CONTRACT-RES, NOT SINFA
SIC
15
General Building Contractors
1531
OPERATIVE BUILDERS
SIC
15
General Building Contractors
1541
GEN CONTRACT-INDUST. BLDGS.
SIC
15
General Building Contractors
1542
GEN CONTRACT, NON-RES BLDGS.
SIC
15
General Building Contractors
1611
HWY & ST CONST., EXC. ELEV HWY
SIC
16
Heavy Construction, Except Building
1622
BRIDGE, TUNNEL & ELEV HWY CONS
SIC
16
Heavy Construction, Except Building
1623
H20, SEW, PIPE & COM. & POWR
SIC
16
Heavy Construction, Except Building
1629
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC
PNC
NA
Construction and Development
1711
PLUMB, HEAT & AIR CONDITIONING
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1721
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
C-3

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
1731
ELECTRICAL WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1741
MASONRY, STONE SET, STONE WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1742
PLSTR, DRYWALL, ACOUS, & INSUL
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1743
TERRAZZO,TILE,MARBLE, MOSAIC
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1751
CARPENTRY WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1752
FLOOR LAY & OTHER FLOOR WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1761
ROOF, SIDE & SHEET METAL WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1771
CONCRETE WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1781
WATER WELL DRILLING
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1791
STRUCTURAL STEEL ERECTION
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1793
GLASS AND GLAZING WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1794
EXCAVATION WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1795
WRECKING AND DEMOLTION WORK
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1796
INST OR ERECTION OF BLDG EQUIP
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1799
SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS, NEC
SIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
2011
MEAT PACKING PLANTS
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
2013
SAUSAGES & PREPARED MEAT PROD
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
2015
POULTRY SLAUGHTERING & PROCESS
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
2021
CREAMERY BUTTER
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
2022
CHEESE, NATURAL AND PROCESSED
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
2023
CONDENSED AND EVAPORATED MILK
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
2024
ICE CREAM AND FROZEN DESSERTS
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
2026
FLUID MILK
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
2032
CANNED SPECIALTIES
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2033
CANNED FRUITS, VEG, PRES, JAM
PSC
407
Fruits and vegetable processing
2034
DEHYDRATED FRUITS, VEG, SOUPS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2035
PICKLED FRTS & VEG. SAUCES
PSC
407
Fruits and vegetable processing
2037
FROZEN FRTS, FRT JUICES & VEG
PSC
407
Fruits and vegetable processing
2038
FROZEN SPECIALTIES, NEC
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2041
FLOUR & OTHER GRAIN MILL PROD
PSC
406
Grain mills manufacturing
2043
CEREAL BREAKFAST FOODS
PSC
406
Grain mills manufacturing
2044
RICE MILLING
PSC
406
Grain mills manufacturing
2045
BLENDED AND PREPARED FLOUR
PSC
406
Grain mills manufacturing
2046
WET CORN MILLING
PSC
406
Grain mills manufacturing
C-4

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
2047
DOG AiND CAT FOOD
PSC
406
Grain mills manufacturing
2048
PREP FEEDS & INGRED FOR ANIMA
SIC
20
Food & Kindred Products
2051
BREAD & OTHER BAKERY PRODUCTS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2052
COOKIES AND CRACKERS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2053
FROZEN BAKERY PRODUCTS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2061
CANE SUGAR, EXCEPT REFINE ONLY
PSC
409
Sugar processing
2062
CANE SUGAR REFINING
PSC
409
Sugar processing
2063
BEET SUGAR
PSC
409
Sugar processing
2064
CANDY & OTHER CONFECTION PROD
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2066
CHOCOLATE AND COCOA PRODUCTS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2067
CHEWING GUM
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2068
SALTED & ROASTED NUTS & SEEDS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2074
COTTONSEED OIL MILLS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2075
SOYBEAN OIL MILLS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2076
VEG. OIL MILLS, EXCEPT CORN
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2077
ANIMAL AND MARINE FATS & OILS
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
2079
SHORT, TABLE OILS, MARGERINE
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2082
MALT BEVERAGES
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2083
MALT
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2084
WINES, BRANDY & BRANDY SPIRIT
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2085
DIST, RECTIFIED & BLENDED LIQ
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2086
BOT & CAN SOFT DRNK & CARB WA
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2087
FLAV EXTR & FLAV SYRUPS, NEC
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2091
CANNED & CURED FISH & SEAFOOD
PSC
408
Canned and preserved seafood
2092
FRE OR FROZ PCK FISH, SEAFOOD
PSC
408
Canned and preserved seafood
2095
ROASTED COFFEE
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2096
POTATO CHIPS & SIMILAR SNACKS
PSC
407
Fruits and vegetable processing
2097
MANUFACTURED ICE
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2098
MACARONI, SPAGH, VERMI, NOODL
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2099
FOOD PREPARATIONS, NEC
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
2111
CIGARETTES
PNC
NA
Tobacco Products
2121
CIGARS
PNC
NA
Tobacco Products
2131
TOBACCO (CHEW & SMOK) & SNUFF
PNC
NA
Tobacco Products
2141
TOBACCO STEMMING AND REDRYING
PNC
NA
Tobacco Products
C-5

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
2211
BROAD WOVEN FABRIC MILLS, COTT
PSC
410
Textile mills
2221
BROAD WOVEN FABRIC MILLS, SYNT
PSC
410
Textile mills
2231
BROAD WOVEN FABRIC MILLS, WOOL
PSC
410
Textile mills
2241
NARROW FAB & OTHER SMALL WARES
PSC
410
Textile mills
2251
WOMEN'S FULL/KNEE LENGTH HOSRY
PSC
410
Textile mills
2252
HOSIERY, NEC
PSC
410
Textile mills
2253
KNIT OUTERWEAR MILLS
PSC
410
Textile mills
2254
KNIT UNDERWEAR MILLS
PSC
410
Textile mills
2257
CIRCULAR KNIT FABRIC MILLS
PSC
410
Textile mills
2258
WARP KNIT FABRIC MILLS
PSC
410
Textile mills
2259
KNITTING MILLS, NEC
PSC
410
Textile mills
2261
FINISH OF BRD WOV FAB OF COTTN
PSC
410
Textile mills
2262
FINISH OF BRD WOV FAB/MAN-MADE
PSC
410
Textile mills
2269
FINISHERS OF TEXTILES, NEC
PSC
410
Textile mills
2273
CARPETS AND RUGS, NEC
PSC
410
Textile mills
2281
YARN SPIN MILLS:COTTON, MM FIB
PSC
410
Textile mills
2282
YARN TEXT, THROW, TWIST & WIND
PSC
410
Textile mills
2284
THREAD MILLS
PSC
410
Textile mills
2295
COATED FABRICS, NOT RUBBERIZED
PSC
410
Textile mills
2296
TIRE CORD AND FABRIC
PSC
410
Textile mills
2297
NONWOVEN FABRICS
PSC
410
Textile mills
2298
CORDAGE AND TWINE
PSC
410
Textile mills
2299
TEXTILE GOODS, NEC
PSC
410
Textile mills
2311
MEN'S & BOY'S SUITS, COATS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2321
MEN'S, & BOY'S SHIRTS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2322
MEN'S & BOYS UNDERWEAR & NIGHT
PSC
410
Textile mills
2323
MEN'S, YOUTH'S & BOYS NECKWEAR
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2325
MEN & BOY SEP TROUSERS & SLACK
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2326
MEN'S & BOY'S WORK CLOTHING
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2329
MEN'S, YOUTH'S & BOY'S CLOTHNG
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2331
WOMEN, MIS, JR' BLSES, WAISTS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2335
WOMEN'S, MISSES' & JRS' DRESS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2337
WOMEN, MIS', JRS' SUITS, SHIRT
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2339
WOMEN'S, MISS' & JR' OUTERWEAR
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
C-6

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
4i
\YO\lL\S,\llS',CI ILLVS.IM' I\L)Lk\YL
SIC

Apparel & Oilier Textile Produeb
2342
BRASSIERS,GIRDLES & ALLIED GAR
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2353
HATS, CAPS AND MILLINERY
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2361
GIRLS, CHILDS & INFS OUTERWEAR
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2369
GIRLS, CHILDS & INFS OUTERWEAR
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2371
FUR GOODS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2381
DRESS & WK GLOVE EXC KNIT/LEAT
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2384
ROBES & DRESSING GOWNS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2385
RAINCOATS & RAINGEAR
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2386
LEATHER & SHEEP-LINED CLOTHING
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2387
APPAREL BELTS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2389
APPAREL & ACCESSORIES, NEC
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2391
CURTAINS & DRAPERIES
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2392
HOUSEFURNISHINGS, EXC CURTAINS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2393
TEXTILE BAGS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2394
CANVAS & RELATED PRODUCTS
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2395
PLEATING, DECOR/NOVELTY STITCH
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2396
AUTOMOTIVE TRIMMINGS, APPAREL
PSC
410
Textile mills
2397
SCHIFFLI MACHINE EMBROIDERIES
SIC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2399
FABRCATED TEXTILE PRODUCTS NEC
PSC
410
Textile mills
2411
LOGGING CAMPS/LOGGING CONTRACT
SIC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2421
SAWMILLS & PLANING MILLS, GEN
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2426
HARDWOOD DIMEN & FLOORING MILL
SIC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2429
SPECIAL PRODUCT SAWMILLS NEC
SIC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2431
MILLWORK
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2434
WOOD KITCHEN CABINETS
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2435
HARDWOOD VENEER AND PLYWOOD
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2436
SOFTWOOD VENEER AND PLYWOOD
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2439
STRUCTURAL WOOD MEMBERS, NEC
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2441
NAILED/LOCK CORNER WOOD BOXES
SIC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2448
WOOD PALLETS AND SKIDS
SIC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2449
WOOD CONTAINERS NEC
SIC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2451
MOBILE HOMES
SIC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2452
PREFAB WOOD BLDGS & COMPONENTS
SIC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
C-7

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
2491
WOOD PRESERVING
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2493
RECONSTITUTED WOOD PRODUCTS
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2499
WOOD PRODUCTS, NEC
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2511
WOOD HOUSEHOLD FURN, EXC UPHOL
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2512
WOOD HOUSEHOLD FURN, UPHOLSTER
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2514
METAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
2515
MATTRESSES AND BEDSPRINGS
SIC
25
Furniture & Fixtures
2517
WOOD TV, RADIO, PHONO CABINET
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2519
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, NEC
SIC
25
Furniture & Fixtures
2521
WOOD OFFICE FURNITURE
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2522
METAL OFFICE FURNITURE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
2531
PUBLIC BUILDING/RELATED FURNIT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
2541
WOOD PARTI, SHELF,LOCK,ETC
PSC
429
Timber products processing
2542
METAL PARTI,SHELF,LOCKERS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
2591
DRAPE HARDWARE/WINDOW BLINDS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
2599
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
2611
PULP MILLS
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2621
PAPER MILLS
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2631
PAPERBOARD MILLS
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2652
SET-UP PAPERBOARD BOXES
SIC
26
Paper & Allied Products
2653
CORRUGATED/SOLID FIBER BOXES
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2655
FIBER CANS, TUBES,DRUMS & PROD
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2656
SANITARY FOOD CONTAINERS
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2657
FOLDING PAPERBOARD BOXES
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2671
COATED & LAMINATED PACKAGING
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2672
COATED & LAMINATED, NEC
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2673
BAGS, PLASTIC, LAMINA & COATED
SIC
26
Paper & Allied Products
2674
BAGS,UNCOATD PAPER & MULTIWALL
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2675
DIE-CUT PAPER,PAPERBRD/CARDBRD
SIC
26
Paper & Allied Products
2676
SANITARY PAPER PRODUCTS
SIC
26
Paper & Allied Products
2677
ENVELOPES
SIC
26
Paper & Allied Products
2678
STATIONERY,TABLETS & REL PROD
SIC
26
Paper & Allied Products
2679
CONV PAPER & PAPERBRD PRODUCTS
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2711
NEWSPAPERS: PUBLISHING & PRINT
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
C-8

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on

PLRIODIC.YLS. PLBL1S11ING <£ PR1\
PNC
v\
Priiiung & Publishing
2731
BOOKS: PUBLISHING & PRINTING
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2732
BOOK PRINTING
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2741
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLISHING
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2752
COMMERCIAL PRINT, LITHOGRAPHIC
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2754
COMMERCIAL PRINTING, GRAVURE
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2759
COMMERCIAL PRINTING, NEC
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2761
MANIFOLD BUSINESS FORMS
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2771
GREETING CARD PUBLISHING
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2782
BLANKBOOKS,LOOSELEAF BINDERS
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2789
BOOKBINDING & RELATED WORK
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2791
TYPESETTING
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
2796
PLATEMAKING SERVICES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
2812
ALKALIES AND CHLORINE
PSC
415
Inorganic chemicals
2813
INDUSTRIAL GASES
PSC
415
Inorganic chemicals
2816
INORGANIC PIGMENTS
PSC
415
Inorganic chemicals
2819
INDUSTRIAL INORGANIC CHEMICALS
PSC
415
Inorganic chemicals
2821
PLSTC MAT./SYN RESINS/NV ELAST
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2822
SYN RUBBER (VULCAN ELASTOMERS)
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
2823
CELLULOSIC MAN-MADE FIBERS
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2824
SYN ORG FIBERS,EXCEPT CELLULOS
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2833
MEDICINAL CHEM/BOTANICAL PRODU
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
2834
PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
2835
DIAGNOSTIC SUBSTANCES
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
2836
BIOLOGCAL PROD, EXCEPT DIAGNOS
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
2841
SOAP/DETERG EXC SPECIAL CLEANR
PSC
417
Soaps and detergents manufacturing
2842
SPECIALTY CLEANING, POLISHING
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2843
SURF ACTIVE AGENT, FIN AGENTS
PSC
417
Soaps and detergents manufacturing
2844
PERFUMES,COSMETICS,TOILET PREP
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2851
PAINTS/VARNISH/LACQUERS/ENAMEL
PSC
446
Paint formulating
2861
GUM AND WOOD CHEMICALS
PSC
454
Gum and wood chemicals
2865
CYCLIC CRUDES INTERM., DYES
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2869
INDUST. ORGANIC CHEMICALS NEC
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2873
NITROGEN FERTILIZERS
PSC
418
Fertilizer manufacturing
C-9

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
2874
PHOSPHAT1C FERTILIZERS
PSC
422
Phosphate manufacturing
2875
FERTILIZERS, MIXING ONLY
PSC
418
Fertilizer manufacturing
2879
PESTICIDES & AGRICULTURAL CHEM
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2891
ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2892
EXPLOSIVES
PSC
457
Explosives
2893
PRINTING INK
PSC
447
Ink formulating
2895
CARBON BLACK
PSC
458
Carbon black manufacturing
2899
CHEMICALS & CHEM PREP, NEC
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
2911
PETROLEUM REFINING
PSC
419
Petroleum refining
2951
PAVING MIXTURES AND BLOCKS
PSC
443
Paving and roofing materials (tars and asphalt)
2952
ASPHALT FELT AND COATINGS
PSC
443
Paving and roofing materials (tars and asphalt)
2992
LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES
PSC
419
Petroleum refining
2999
PROD OF PETROLEUM & COAL, NEC
PSC
419
Petroleum refining
3011
TIRES AND INNER TUBES
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
3021
RUBBER AND PLASTICS FOOTWEAR
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
3052
RUBBER & PLASTICS HOSE & BELT
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
3053
GASKETS, PACKING & SEALING DEV
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
3061
MECHANICAL RUBBER GOODS
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
3069
FABRICATED RUBBER PRODUCTS,NEC
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
3081
UNSUPPORTED PLSTICS FILM/SHEET
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3082
UNSUPPORTED PLASTICS PROF SHAP
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3083
LAMINATED PLASTICS PLATE/SHEET
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3084
PLASTIC PIPE
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3085
PLASTIC BOTTLES
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3086
PLASTICS FOAM PRODUCTS
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3087
CUSTOM COMPOUNDED PURCH. RESIN
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3088
PLASTICS PLUMBING FIXTURES
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3089
PLASTICS PRODUCTS, NEC
PSC
463
Plastic molding and forming
3111
LEATHER TANNING AND FINISHING
PSC
425
Leather tanning and finishing
3131
BOOT & SHOE CUT STOCK & FINDNG
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3142
HOUSE SLIPPERS
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3143
MEN'S FOOTWEAR,EXCEPT ATHLETIC
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3144
WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR,EXCEPT ATHLET
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3149
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER NEC
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
C-10

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
3151
LL ATIILk GLOYLS AND MITTLNS
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Producb
3161
LUGGAGE
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3171
WOMEN'S HANDBAGS AND PURSES
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3172
PERSONAL LEATHER GOODS,EXC HAN
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3199
LEATHER GOODS NEC
SIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3211
FLAT GLASS
PSC
426
Glass manufacturing
3221
GLASS CONTAINERS
PSC
426
Glass manufacturing
3229
PRESSED & BLOWN GLASS & GWARE
PSC
426
Glass manufacturing
3231
GLASS PROD MADE OF PURCH. GLAS
PSC
426
Glass manufacturing
3241
CEMENT, HYDRAULIC
PSC
411
Cement manufacturing
3251
BRICK AND STRUCTURAL CLAY TILE
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3253
CERAMIC WALL AND FLOOR TILE
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3255
CLAY REFRACTORIES
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3259
STRUCTURAL CLAY PRODUCTS NEC
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3261
VITREOUS CHINA PLUMBING FIXTUR
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3262
VTT CHINA TABLE & KTCHN ARTICL
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3263
FINE EARTHENWARE
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3264
PORCELAIN ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3269
POTTERY PRODUCTS, NEC
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3271
CONCRETE BLOCK & BRICK
SIC
32
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
3272
CONCRETE PROD EXC BLCK & BRICK
PSC
411
Cement manufacturing
3273
READY-MIXED CONCRETE
PSC
411
Cement manufacturing
3274
LIME
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3275
GYPSUM PRODUCTS
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3281
CUT STONE & STONE PRODUCTS
SIC
32
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
3291
ABRASIVE PRODUCTS
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3292
ASBESTOS PRODUCTS
PSC
427
Asbestos manufacturing
3295
MINE & EARTHS, GROUND OR TREAT
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3296
MINERAL WOOL
PSC
426
Glass manufacturing
3297
NONCLAY REFRACTORIES
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3299
NONMETALLIC MINERAL PROD, NEC
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
3312
BLAST FURN/STEEL WORKS/ROLLING
PSC
420
Iron and steel manufacturing
3313
ELECTROMET ALLURGICAL PRODUCTS
PSC
424
Ferroalloy manufacturing
3315
STEEL WIRE DRAW & STEEL NAILS
PSC
420
Iron and steel manufacturing
C-ll

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
331o
COLD ROLLLD STLLL S11LLT. STRIP
PSC
42U
Iron and blccl niaiiulacluniig
3317
STEEL PIPE AND TUBES
PSC
420
Iron and steel manufacturing
3321
GRAY IRON FOUNDRIES
PSC
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
3322
MALLEABLE IRON FOUNDRIES
PSC
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
3324
STEEL INVESTMENT FOUNDRIES
PSC
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
3325
STEEL FOUNDRIES, NEC
PSC
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
3331
PRIMRY SMELTING & COPPER REFIN
PSC
421
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
3334
PRIMARY PRODUCTION OF ALUMINUM
PSC
421
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
3339
PRMRY SMELT/NONFERROUS METALS
PSC
421
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
3341
2NDARY SMELT/NONFERROUS METALS
PSC
421
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
3351
ROLL/DRAW/EXTRUDING OF COPPER
PSC
468
Copper forming
3353
ALUMINUM SHEET, PLATE AND FOIL
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
3354
ALUMINUM EXTRUDED PRODUCTS
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
3355
ALUMINUM ROLLING & DRAWING NEC
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
3356
ROLL, DRAW & EXTRUD NONFERROUS
PSC
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
3357
DRAW/INSULAT OF NONFERROUS WIR
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
3357
DRAW/INSULAT OF NONFERROUS WIR
PSC
468
Copper forming
3357
DRAW/IN SUL AT OF NONFERROUS WIR
PSC
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
3363
ALUMINUM DIE CASTING
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
3363
ALUMINUM DIE CASTING
PSC
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
3364
NONFERROUS DIE CAST, EXC. ALUM
PSC
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
3365
ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES
PSC
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
3366
COPPER FOUNDRIES
PSC
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
3369
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES, EXC ALUM
PSC
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
3398
METAL HEAT TREATING
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3399
PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS, NEC
PSC
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
3411
METAL CANS
PSC
465
Coil coating
3412
METAL BARRELS, DRUMS AND PAILS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3421
CUTLERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3423
HAND AND EDGE TOOLS, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3425
HAND SAWS AND SAW BLADES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3429
HARDWARE, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3431
METAL SANITARY WARE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3431
METAL SANITARY WARE
PSC
466
Porcelain Enameling
C-12

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
3432
I'LL ML! IIXTIRL 1 1 1 TINGS & HUM
PSC
433
Melal l'im;>liiiig
3433
HEATING EQUIP, EXCEPT ELECTRIC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3441
FABRICATED STRUCTURAL METAL
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3442
METAL DOORS, SASH, AND TRIM
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3443
FAB PLATE WORK (BOILER SHOPS)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3444
SHEET METAL WORK
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3446
ARCHITECTURAL METAL WORK
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3448
PREFABRICATED METAL BUILDINGS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3449
MISC. STRUCTUAL METAL WORK
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3451
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3452
BOLTS, NUTS, RIVETS & WASHERS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3462
IRON AND STEEL FORGINGS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3463
NONFERROUS FORGINGS
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
3463
NONFERROUS FORGINGS
PSC
468
Copper forming
3463
NONFERROUS FORGINGS
PSC
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
3465
AUTOMOTIVE STAMPINGS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3466
CROWNS AND CLOSURES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3469
METAL STAMPINGS, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3469
METAL STAMPINGS, NEC
PSC
466
Porcelain Enameling
3471
PLATING AND POLISHING
PSC
413
Electroplating
3479
METAL COATING & ALLIED SERVIC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3479
METAL COATING & ALLIED SERVIC
PSC
466
Porcelain Enameling
3482
SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3482
SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION
PSC
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
3483
AMMUNIT., EXC. FOR SMALL ARMS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3483
AMMUNIT., EXC. FOR SMALL ARMS
PSC
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
3484
SMALL ARMS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3489
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3491
INDUSTRIAL VALVES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3492
FLUID POWER VALVES & HOSE FITT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3493
STEEL SPRINGS, EXCEPT WIRE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3494
VALVES AND PIPE FITTINGS, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3495
WIRE SPRINGS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3496
MISC. FABRICATED WIRE PRODUCTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
C-13

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
3497
METAL FOIL AND LEAF
PSC
433
Me Lai Finishing
3498
FABRICATED PIPE AND FITTINGS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3499
FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3511
TURBINES & TURBINE GENERATOR
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3519
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES,
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3523
FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3524
LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3531
CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3532
MINING MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3533
OIL FIELD MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3534
ELEVATORS AND MOVING STAIRWAYS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3535
CONVEYORS & CONVEYING EQUIPMEN
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3536
CRANES/HOISTS/MONORAIL SYSTEMS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3537
INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS AND TRACTORS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3541
MACHINE TOOLS, METAL CUTTING
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3542
MACHINE TOOLS, METAL FORMING
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3543
INDUSTRIAL PATTERNS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3544
SPECIAL DIES/TOOLS/JIGS & FIXT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3545
MACHINE TOOL ACCESSORIES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3546
POWER DRIVEN HAND TOOLS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3547
ROLLING MILL MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3548
WELDING APPARATUS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3549
METAL WORKING MACHINERY, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3552
TEXTILE MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3553
WOODWORKING MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3554
PAPER INDUSTRIES MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3555
PRINTING TRADES MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3556
FOOD PRODUCTS MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3559
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY,NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3561
PUMPS AND PUMPING EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3562
BALL AND ROLLER BEARINGS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3563
AIR AND GAS COMPRESSORS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3564
BLOWER AND FANS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3565
PACKAGING MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
C-14

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
35oo
SPLLD CI I.WCiLRS. DR1YLS & GUARS
PSC
433
Melal l'im;>liiiig
3567
INDUSTRIAL FURNACES AND OVENS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3568
POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3569
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3571
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3572
COMPUTER STORAGE DEVICES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3575
COMPUTER TERMINALS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3577
COMPUTER PERIPHERAL EQUIP,NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3578
CALC & ACCOUNTING EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3579
OFFICE MACHINES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3581
AUTOMATIC MERCHANDISING MACHIN
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3582
COMMERCIAL LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3585
REFRIGERATION & HEATING EQUIP
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3586
MEASURING & DISPENSING PUMPS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3589
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINERY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3592
CARBURETORS,PISTONS,RINGS,VALV
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3593
FLUID POWER CYLINDERS & ACTUAT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3594
FLUID POWER PUMPS AND MOTORS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3596
SCALES AND BALANCES, EXC. LAB
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3599
INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3612
TRANSFORMERS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3613
SWITCHGEAR & SWITCHBOARD APPAR
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3621
MOTORS AND GENERATORS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3624
CARBON AND GRAPHITE PRODUCTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3625
RELAYS AND INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3629
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3631
HOUSEHOLD COOKING EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3631
HOUSEHOLD COOKING EQUIPMENT
PSC
466
Porcelain Enameling
3632
HOUSEHOLD REFRIG. & FREEZERS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3632
HOUSEHOLD REFRIG. & FREEZERS
PSC
466
Porcelain Enameling
3633
HOUSEHOLD LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3633
HOUSEHOLD LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
PSC
466
Porcelain Enameling
3634
ELECTRIC HOUSEWARES AND FANS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3635
HOUSEHOLD VACUUM CLEANERS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
3o y>
HOLSLllOLD APPLI.WCLS, \LX
PSC
433
Melal l'im;>liiiig
3639
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES, NEC
PSC
466
Porcelain Enameling
3641
ELECTRIC LAMPS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3643
CURRENT-CARRYING WIRING DEVICE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3644
NONCURRENT-CARRYING WIRING DEV
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3645
RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING FIXTURES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3646
COMMERCIAL LIGHTING FIXTURES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3647
VEHICULAR LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3648
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3651
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING SETS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3652
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3661
TELEPHONE/TELEGRAPH APPARATUS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3663
RADIO & TV COMMUNICATION EQUIP
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3669
COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, NEC.
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3671
ELECTRON TUBES
PSC
469
Electrical and electronic components
3672
PRINTED CIRCUT BOARD
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3674
SEMICONDUCTORS & RELATED DEVIC
PSC
469
Electrical and electronic components
3675
ELECTRONIC CAPACITORS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3676
RESISTORS FOR ELEC APPLICATION
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3677
ELEC COILS, TRANSF. & INDUCTOR
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3678
CONNECTORS FOR ELEC APPLICATIO
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3679
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3691
STORAGE BATTERIES
PSC
461
Battery manufacturing
3692
PRIMARY BATTERIES, DRY & WET
PSC
461
Battery manufacturing
3694
ELEC EQUIP FOR INT COMBUS ENGI
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3695
MAG & OPTICAL RECORDING MEDIA
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3699
ELEC MACHINERY,EQUIP & SUPPLIE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3711
MOTOR VEHICLES & CAR BODIES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3713
TRUCK & BUS BODIES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3714
MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS & ACCESSOR
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3715
TRUCK TRAILERS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3716
MOTOR HOMES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3721
AIRCRAFT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3724
AIRCRAFT ENGINES & ENGINE PART
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
C-16

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
3_:s
AIRCRAFT PAR I S AND LQLIR. NLC
PSC
433
Melal l'im;>liiiig
3731
SHIP BUILDING AND REPAIRING
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3732
BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3743
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3751
MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES AND PART
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3761
GUIDED MISSILES & SPACE VEHICL
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3764
SPACE PROPULSION UNITS & PARTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3769
SPACE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3792
TRAVEL TRAILERS AND CAMPERS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3795
TANKS AND TANK COMPONENTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3799
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3812
SEARCH & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3821
LAB APPARATUS & FURNITURE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3822
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3823
PROCESS CONTROL INSTRUMENTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3824
FLUID METERS & COUNTING DEVICE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3825
INSTRUMENTS TO MEASURE ELECTRI
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3826
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3827
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS AND LENSES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3829
MEASURING & CONTROLLING DEVICE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3841
SURGICAL & MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3842
SURGICAL APPLIANCES & SUPPLIES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3843
DENTAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3844
X-RAY APPARATUS AND TUBES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3845
ELECTROMEDICAL EQUIPMENT
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3851
OPHTHALMIC GOODS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3861
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIP & SUPPLIES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3873
WATCHES, CLOCKS & WATCHCASES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3911
JEWELRY, PRECIOUS METAL
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3914
SILVERWARE AND PLATED WARE
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3915
JEWELERS' MATERIALS & LAPIDARY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3931
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3942
DOLLS
SIC
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
3944
GAMES, TOYS & CHILDREN'S VEHIC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
C-17

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
3949
SPORTING & ATHLETIC GOODS, NEC
PSC
433
Melal Fimsliiiig
3951
PENS & MECHANICAL PENCILS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3952
LEAD PENCILS AND ART GOODS
SIC
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
3953
MARKING DEVICES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3955
CARBON PAPER AND INKED RIBBONS
SIC
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
3961
COSTUME JEWELRY
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3965
FASTENERS, BUTTONS, NEEDLES
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3991
BROOMS AND BRUSHES
SIC
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
3993
SIGNS AND ADVERTISING DISPLAYS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3995
BURIAL CASKETS
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3996
HARD SURFACE FLOOR COVERINGS
PSC
443
Paving and roofing materials (tars and asphalt)
3999
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES, NEC
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
4011
RAILROADS, LINE HAUL OPERATING
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
4013
RAILROAD SWTCHING & TERM ESTAB
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
4111
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSIT
SIC
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4119
LOCAL PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION
SIC
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4121
TAXICABS
SIC
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4131
INTERCITY & RURAL BUS TRANSPOR
SIC
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4141
LOCAL BUS CHARTER SERVICE
SIC
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4142
BUS CHARTER SERVICE, EXC LOCAL
SIC
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4151
SCHOOL BUSES
SIC
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4173
BUS TERMINAL & SERVICE FACILIT
SIC
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4212
LOCAL TRUCKING WITHOUT STORAGE
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4213
TRUCKING, EXCEPT LOCAL
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4214
LOCAL TRUCKING WITH STORAGE
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4215
COURIER SERVICES, EXCEPT AIR
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4221
FARM PROD WAREHOUSING & STORAG
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4222
REFRIGERTAED WAREHOUSING & STO
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4225
GENERAL WAREHOUSING & STORAGE
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4226
SPECIAL WAREHOUSING & STORAGE
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4231
TRUCKING TERMINAL FACILITIES
SIC
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4311
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
SIC
43
U.S. Postal Service
4412
DEEP SEA FOREIGN TRANSP OF FRE
SIC
44
Water Transportation
4424
DEEP SEA DOMES TRANSP OF FREIG
SIC
44
Water Transportation
C-18

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
4432
I'kUCil IT TRANSP (j\ T11L GR LAIvLS
SIC
44
Water Tiaiiiporiulion
4449
WATER TRANSP OF FREIGHT, NEC
SIC
44
Water Transportation
4481
DEEP SEA PAS TRANSP, EXC FERRY
SIC
44
Water Transportation
4482
FERRIES
SIC
44
Water Transportation
4489
WATER PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION
SIC
44
Water Transportation
4491
MARINE CARGO HANDLING
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
4492
TOWING AND TUGBOAT SERVICE
SIC
44
Water Transportation
4493
MARINAS
SIC
44
Water Transportation
4499
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERIVCES
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
4512
AIR TRANSPORTATION, SCHEDULED
SIC
45
Transportation by Air
4513
AIR COURIER SERVICES
SIC
45
Transportation by Air
4522
AIR TRANSP, NONSCHEDULED
SIC
45
Transportation by Air
4581
AIRPORTS, FLYING FIELDS & SER
PNC
NA
Airport Deicing
4612
CRUDE PETROLEUM PIPELINES
PSC
419
Petroleum refining
4613
REFINED PETROLEUM PIPELINE
SIC
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
4619
PIPELINES, NEC
SIC
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
4724
TRAVEL AGENCIES
SIC
47
Transportation Services
4725
TOUR OPERATORS
SIC
47
Transportation Services
4729
PASSENGER TRANSP ARRANGEMENT
SIC
47
Transportation Services
4731
FREIGHT TRANSP ARRANGEMENT
SIC
47
Transportation Services
4741
RENTAL OF RAILROAD CARS
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
4783
PACKING AND CRATING
SIC
47
Transportation Services
4785
INSPECTION & FIXED FACILITIE
SIC
47
Transportation Services
4789
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, NEC
SIC
47
Transportation Services
4812
RADIOTELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS
SIC
48
Communications
4813
TELEPHONE COM, EXCEPT RADIO
SIC
48
Communications
4822
TELEGRAPH & OTHER COMMUNICATI
SIC
48
Communications
4832
RADIO BROADCASTING, NEC
SIC
48
Communications
4833
TELEVISION BROADCASTING
SIC
48
Communications
4841
CABLE & OTHER PAY TV SERVICES
SIC
48
Communications
4899
COMMUNICATION SERVICES, NEC
SIC
48
Communications
4911
ELECTRICAL SERVICES
PSC
423
Steam electric power generation
4922
NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION
SIC
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
4923
NAT GAS TRANSMISSION & DISTRIB
SIC
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
C-19

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
49:4
\ATLRAL GAS DISTRIBLTION
SIC
49
LLvli'ic, Gab, & SuiuluiA Sen ices>
4925
MIXED ,MANUFAC,OR LIQ GAS PROD
PSC
435
Oil & Gas Extraction
4931
ELEC & OTHER SERVICES COMBINED
PSC
423
Steam electric power generation
4932
GAS & OTHER SERVICES COMBINED
SIC
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
4939
COMBINATION UTILITIES, NEC
PSC
423
Steam electric power generation
4941
WATER SUPPLY
PNC
NA
Drinking Water Treatment
4952
SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
SIC
4952
Sewerage Systems
4953
REFUSE SYSTEMS
PSC
444
Waste combustors (commercial incinerators
combusting hazardous waste)
4953
REFUSE SYSTEMS
PSC
445
Landfills
4959
SANITARY SERVICES, NEC
SIC
4959
Sanitary Services
4961
STEAM & AIR-CONDITIONING SUP
PSC
423
Steam electric power generation
4971
IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
SIC
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
5012
AUTOMOBILES AND OTHER VEHICLES
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5013
MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS & NEW SUP
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5014
TIRES AND TUBES
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5015
MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS, USED
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5021
FURNITURE
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5023
HOMEFURNISHINGS
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5031
LUMBER,PLYWOOD,MILL WORK,& PANL
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5032
BRICK, STONE & RELAT MATERIALS
PSC
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
5033
ROOFING, SIDING AND INSULATION
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5039
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, NEC
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5043
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIP & SUPPLIES
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5044
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5045
COMPUTERS, PERIPHERALS, & SOFT
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5046
COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT, NEC
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5047
MEDICAL AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5048
OPHTHALMIC GOODS
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5049
PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT, NEC
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5051
METAL SERVICE CENTERS & OFFICE
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5052
COAL & OTHER MINERALS & ORES
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5063
ELECTRICAL APPARATUS AND EQUIP
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5064
ELEC APPLIANCES/TV & RADIO SET
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
C-20

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
^0(i^
LLLCTROMC P AR I S A\D LQllPMLM
SIC
so
W holesale Trade- Durable Cooils>
5072
HARDWARE
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5074
PLUMB & HEAT EQUIP & SUPPLIES
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5075
AIR HEAT & AIR-COND. EQUIP/SUP
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5078
REFRIGERATION EQUIP & SUPPLIES
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5082
CONST & MINING MACHINE & EQUIP
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5083
FARM & GARDEN MACHINE & EQUIP
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5084
INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY AND EQUIP
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5085
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5087
SERVICE ESTABLISH EQUIP & SUPP
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5088
TRANS EQUIP & SUPP, EXC MOTOR
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5091
SPORTING & RECREATIONAL GOODS
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5092
TOYS & HOBBY GOODS & SUPPLIES
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5093
SCRAP & WASTE MATERIALS
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5094
JEWELRY, WATCHES, PRECIOUS STO
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5099
DURABLE GOODS, NEC
SIC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5111
PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5112
STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5113
INDUST & PERSONAL PAPER SERVIC
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5122
DRUGS, DRUG PRPPRIE & SUNDRIES
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5131
PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5136
MALE'S CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5137
WOMEN'S, CHILD & INF CLOTHING
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5139
FOOTWEAR
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5141
GROCERIES, GENERAL LINE
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5142
PACKAGED FROZEN FOODS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5143
DAIRY PROD, EXC DRIED & CANNED
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5144
POULTRY AND POULTRY PRODUCTS
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
5145
CONFECTIONERY
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5146
FISH AND SEAFOODS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5147
MEATS AND MEAT PRODUCTS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5148
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5149
GROCERIES & RELATED PRODUCTS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5153
GRAIN AND FIELD BEANS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
C-21

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
5154
LIVESTOCK
SIC
51
W holesale Trade- Nondurable Goods>
5159
FARM-PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS
PSC
406
Grain mills manufacturing
5162
PLASTIC MATER & BASIC SHAPES
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5169
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
PSC
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
5171
PETROLEUM BULK STATIONS & TERM
PSC
419
Petroleum refining
5172
PETROL & PET PROD WHOLESALERS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5181
BEER AND ALE
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5182
WINE & DIST ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
5191
FARM SUPPLIES
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5192
BOOKS, PERIODICALS & NEWSPAPER
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5193
FLOWERS AND FLORISTS' SUPPLIES
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5194
TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5198
PAINTS, VARNISHES AND SUPPLIES
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5199
NONDURABLE GOODS, NEC
SIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5211
LUMBER & BUILD MATERIAL DEALER
SIC
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5231
PAINT, GLASS & WALLPAPER STORE
SIC
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5251
HARDWARE STORES
SIC
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5261
RET NURSERIES,LAWN/GARDN STORE
SIC
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5271
MOBILE HOME DEALERS
SIC
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5311
DEPARTMENT STORES
SIC
53
General Merchandise Stores
5331
VARIETY STORES
SIC
53
General Merchandise Stores
5399
MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL STORES
SIC
53
General Merchandise Stores
5411
GROCERY STORES
SIC
54
Food Stores
5421
MEAT AND FISH MARKETS
SIC
54
Food Stores
5431
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKETS
SIC
54
Food Stores
5441
CANDY, NUT & CONFECTION STORES
SIC
54
Food Stores
5451
DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES
SIC
54
Food Stores
5461
RETAIL BAKERIES
SIC
54
Food Stores
5499
MISCELLANEOUS FOOD STORES
SIC
54
Food Stores
5511
MOTOR VEH. DEALERS (NEW/USED)
SIC
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5521
MOTOR VEH. DEALERS (USED ONLY)
SIC
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5531
AUTO AND HOME SUPPLY STORES
SIC
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5541
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS
SIC
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5551
BOAT DEALERS
SIC
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
C-22

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
55ol
rlcrlational yliiicll dlallrs
SIC
55
Aulonioln e Dealers & Son ice Slalioiib
5571
MOTORCYCLE DEALERS
SIC
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5599
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS, NEC
SIC
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5611
MALE'S CLOTHING & ACCESS STORE
SIC
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5621
WOMEN'S CLOTHING STORES
SIC
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5632
WOMEN'S ACCESS & SPEC STORES
SIC
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5641
CHILDREN'S & INF WEAR STORES
SIC
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5651
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES
SIC
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5661
SHOE STORES
SIC
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5699
MISC APPAREL & ACCESS STORES
SIC
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5712
FURNITURE STORES
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5713
FLOOR COVERING STORES
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5714
DRAPE, CURTAIN & UPHOL STORES
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5719
MISC HOMEFURNISHINGS STORES
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5722
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5731
RADIO, TV & ELECTRONICS STORES
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5734
COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE STORES
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5735
RECORD & PRERECORDED TAPE STOR
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5736
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES
SIC
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5812
EATING PLACES
PNC
NA
Food Service Establishments
5813
DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEV
SIC
58
Eating & Drinking Places
5912
DRUG STORES & PROPRIETARY STOR
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5921
LIQUOR STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5932
USED MERCHANDISE STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5941
SPORTING GOODS/BICYCLE STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5942
BOOK STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5943
STATIONERY STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5944
JEWELERY STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5945
HOBBY, TOY AND GAME SHOPS
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5946
CAMERA & PHOTO SUPPLY STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5947
GIFT, NOVELTY & SOUVENIR SHOPS
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5948
LUGGAGE & LEATHER GOODS STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5949
SEW/NEEDLEWK/PIECE GOODS STORE
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5961
CATALOG AND MAIL-ORDER HOUSES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
59o2
ALTO \1LRCI lANUIS \1ACIII\L OPLRAT
SIC
59
Miicellaiieoui Retail
5963
DIRECT SELLING ESTABLISHMENTS
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5983
FUEL OIL DEALERS
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5984
LIQ PETROL GAS (BOT GAS) DEALR
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5989
FUEL DEALERS, NEC
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5992
FLORISTS
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5993
TOBACCO STORES AND STANDS
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5994
NEWS DEALERS AND NEWSSTANDS
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5995
OPTICAL GOODS STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5999
MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES
SIC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
6011
FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6019
CENTRAL RESERVE REPOSITORY
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6021
NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANKS
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6022
STATE COMMERCIAL BANKS
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6029
COMMERCIAL BANKS, NEC
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6035
FEDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6036
SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS, EXC FED
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6061
FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6062
STATE CREDIT UNIONS
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6081
FOREIGN BANK & BRANCHES & AGEN
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6082
FOREIGN TRADE & INTERNAT BANKS
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6091
NONDEPOSIT TRUST FACILTIES
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6099
FUNCT RELATED TO DEP BANKING
SIC
60
Depository Institutions
6111
FEDERAL & FED-SPONSORED CREDIT
SIC
61
Nondepository Institutions
6141
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS
SIC
61
Nondepository Institutions
6153
SHORT-TERM BUS. CREDIT INSTITU
SIC
61
Nondepository Institutions
6159
MISC BUSINESS CREDIT INSTITUTI
SIC
61
Nondepository Institutions
6162
MORTG BANKERS & LOAN CORRESPON
SIC
61
Nondepository Institutions
6163
LOAN BROKERS
SIC
61
Nondepository Institutions
6211
SEC BROKERS/DEALERS/FLOTAT. CO
SIC
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6221
COMMODITY CONTR BROKERS & DEAL
SIC
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6231
SECURITY & COMMODITY EXCHANGES
SIC
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6282
INVESTMENT ADVICE
SIC
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6289
SECURITY & COMMODITY SERVICES
SIC
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
C-24

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj |>c of
(iroupin^
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
0311
LIFE INSURANCE
SIC
03
Insurance Carriers
6321
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE
SIC
63
Insurance Carriers
6324
HOSPITAL & MEDICAL SERV PLANS
SIC
63
Insurance Carriers
6331
FIRE, MARINE & CASUALTY INSUR
SIC
63
Insurance Carriers
6351
SURETY INSURANCE
SIC
63
Insurance Carriers
6361
TITLE INSURANCE
SIC
63
Insurance Carriers
6371
PENSION, HEALTH & WELFARE FUND
SIC
63
Insurance Carriers
6399
INSURANCE CARRIERS, NEC
SIC
63
Insurance Carriers
6411
INSUR AGENTS, BROKERS, & SERVI
SIC
64
Insurance Agents, Brokers, & Service
6512
OPER OF NONRESIDENTIAL BLDGS
SIC
65
Real Estate
6513
OPERATORS OF APART BUILDINGS
SIC
65
Real Estate
6514
OPER OF DWELL OTHER THAN APART
SIC
65
Real Estate
6515
OPER OF RES MOBILE HOME SITES
SIC
65
Real Estate
6517
LESSORS OF RAILROAD PROPERTIES
SIC
65
Real Estate
6519
LESSORS OF REAL PROPERTY, NEC
SIC
65
Real Estate
6531
REAL ESTATE AGENTS & MANAGERS
SIC
65
Real Estate
6541
TITLE ABSTRACT OFFICES
SIC
65
Real Estate
6552
LAND SUBDIVTDERS & DEV, EX CEM
SIC
65
Real Estate
6553
CEMETERY SUBDIVIDERS & DEVELOP
SIC
65
Real Estate
6712
BANK HOLDING COMPANIES
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6719
HOLDING COMPANIES, NEC
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6722
MGMT INVEST. OFFICES, OPEN END
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6726
INVESTMENT OFFICES, NEC
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6732
EDUCAT.,RELIG & CHARITY TRUSTS
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6733
TRUSTS,EXC EDUCAT,RELIG & CHAR
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6792
OIL ROYALTY TRADERS
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6794
PATENT OWNERS AND LESSORS
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6798
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6799
INVESTORS, NEC
SIC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
7011
HOTELS AND MOTELS
SIC
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
7021
ROOMING AND BOARDING HOUSES
SIC
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
7032
SPORTING & RECREATIONAL CAMPS
SIC
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
7033
REC VEHICLE PARKS & CAMPSITES
SIC
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
7041
ORG. HOTEL & LODG HSE, ON MEMB
SIC
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
C-25

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on

POWLk LAI \L)klLS. RLS & CUMMLRC
SIC
-
Personal Son kvs>- SIC "2
7212
GARM PRESSING/LAUNDRIES/DRY CLE
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7213
LINEN SUPPLY
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7215
COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRIES/DRY CLE
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7216
DRYCLEAN PLANTS, EXC RUG CLEAN
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7217
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7218
INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERERS
PNC
NA
Industrial Laundries
7219
LAUNDRY & GARMENT SERVICES,NEC
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7221
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS, POTRAIT
PNC
NA
Photo Processing
7221
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS, POTRAIT
PSC
459
Photographic
7231
BEAUTY SHOPS
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7241
BARBER SHOPS
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7251
SHOE REP SHOPS & SHOESHINE PAR
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7261
FUNERAL SERVICES & CREMATORIES
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7291
TAX AND PREPARATION SERVICES
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7299
MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL SERVICE
SIC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7311
ADVERTISING AGENCIES
SIC
73
Business Services
7312
OUTDOOR ADVERTISING AGENCIES
SIC
73
Business Services
7313
RADIO, TV & PUBLISHERS AD REPS
SIC
73
Business Services
7319
ADVERTISING, NEC
SIC
73
Business Services
7322
ADJUSTMENT & COLLECT SERVICES
SIC
73
Business Services
7323
CREDIT REPORTING SERVICES
SIC
73
Business Services
7331
DIRECT MAIL ADVERTIS SERVICES
SIC
73
Business Services
7334
PHOTOCOPYING/DUPLICATING SERV
SIC
73
Business Services
7335
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
PNC
NA
Photo Processing
7335
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
PSC
459
Photographic
7336
COMM ART & GRAPHIC DESIGN
PNC
NA
Photo Processing
7336
COMM ART & GRAPHIC DESIGN
PSC
459
Photographic
7338
SECRETARIAL & COURT REPORTING
SIC
73
Business Services
7342
DISINFECTING & EXTERMINAT SERV
SIC
73
Business Services
7349
BUILDING MAINTNENANCE SERVICE
SIC
73
Business Services
7352
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT RENTAL
SIC
73
Business Services
7353
HEAVY CONSTRUCTON EQUIP RENTAL
SIC
73
Business Services
7359
EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND LEASING,
SIC
73
Business Services
C-26

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
~3ol
LMPLOYMLM AGLNCILS
SIC
J t
L5us>uios>s> Son iccb
7363
HELP SUPPLY SERVICES
SIC
73
Business Services
7371
CUSTOM COMPUTER PROG SERVICES
SIC
73
Business Services
7372
PREPACKAGED SOFTWARE
SIC
73
Business Services
7373
COMPUTER INTEGRATED SYS DESIGN
SIC
73
Business Services
7374
DATA PROCESSING & PREPARATION
SIC
73
Business Services
7375
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SERVICES
SIC
73
Business Services
7376
COMPUTER FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
SIC
73
Business Services
7377
COMPUTER RENTAL AND LEASING
SIC
73
Business Services
7378
COMPUTER MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
SIC
73
Business Services
7379
COMPUTER RELATED SERVICES, NEC
SIC
73
Business Services
7381
DETECTIVE & ARMORED CAR SERVIC
SIC
73
Business Services
7382
SECURITY SYSTEMS SERVICES
SIC
73
Business Services
7383
NEWS SYNDICATES
SIC
73
Business Services
7384
PHOTOFINISHING LABORATORIES
PNC
NA
Photo Processing
7384
PHOTOFINISHING LABORATORIES
PSC
459
Photographic
7389
BUSINESS SERVICES, NEC
SIC
73
Business Services
7513
TRUCK RENT & LEASE, NO DRIVERS
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7514
PASSENGER CAR RENTAL
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7515
PASSENGER CAR LEASING
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7519
UTILITY TRAILER & RV RENTAL
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7521
AUTOMOBILE PARKING
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7532
TOP & BODY REPAIR & PAINT SHOP
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7533
AUTO EXHAUST SYSTEM REP SHOPS
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7534
TIRE RETREADING & REPAIR SHOPS
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7536
AUTO GLASS REPLACEMENT SHOPS
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7537
AUTO TRANSMISSION REPAIR SHOPS
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7538
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR SHOPS
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7539
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS, NEC
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7542
CAR WASHES
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7549
AUTO SERV, EXC REP & CARWASHES
SIC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7622
RADIO & TELEVISION REPAIR SHOP
SIC
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7623
REFRIG & AC SERV & REP SHOPS
SIC
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7629
ELEC & ELECTRONIC REPAIR SHOPS
SIC
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
C-27

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
~o31
WATCH, CLUCK & JLWLLRY RUWIk
SIC
~o
Miscellaneous! Repair Son iees>
7641
REUPHOLSTERY & FURNITURE REP
SIC
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7692
WELDING REPAIR
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
7694
ARMATURE REWINDING SHOPS
SIC
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7699
REPAIR SHOPS & RELATED SERVICE
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
7812
MOTION PICTURE & VIDEO PROD
SIC
78
Motion Pictures
7819
SERV. ALLIED TO MOTION PICTURE
SIC
78
Motion Pictures
7822
MOTION PICTURE & TAPE DISTRIB
SIC
78
Motion Pictures
7829
SERV ALLIED TO MOTION PIC DIST
SIC
78
Motion Pictures
7832
MOTION PIC THEA., EX DRIVE-IN
SIC
78
Motion Pictures
7833
DRIVE-IN MOTION PIC THEATRES
SIC
78
Motion Pictures
7841
VIDEO TAPE RENTAL
SIC
78
Motion Pictures
7911
DANCE STUDIOS, SCHOOLS & HALLS
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7922
THEA. PROD (EXC MOTION PICTURE
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7929
BANDS, ORCH, ACTORS & ENTERTAI
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7933
BOWLING CENTERS
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7941
PROF SPORTS CLUBS & PROMOTERS
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7948
RACING, INCLUDING TRACK OPERA
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7991
PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITIES
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7992
PUBLIC GOLF COURSES
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7993
COIN OPERATED AMUSEMENT DEVI
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7996
AMUSEMENT PARKS
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7997
MEMBERSHIP SPORTS & REC CLUBS
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7999
AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION, NEC
SIC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
8011
OFFICES & CLINICS OF MED DOCT
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8021
OUTPATIENT CARE FACILITIES
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8031
OFFICES/CLINCS OF DOC OF OSTEO
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8041
OFFICES & CLINICS OF CHIROPRAC
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8042
OFFICES & CLINICS OF OPTOMETRI
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8043
OFFICES & CLINICS OF PODIATRIS
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8049
OFFICES OF HEALTH PRACTITIONER
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8051
SKILLED NURSING CARE FACILITIE
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8052
INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8059
NURSING AND PERSONAL CARE, NEC
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
C-28

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
suco
(jL\. MLDICAL. SlkGICAL HOSPITAL
PSC
4oU
1 leullli Son iccb liidiiiirici
8063
PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8069
SPECIALTY HOSPITALS
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8071
MEDICAL LABORATORIES
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8072
DENTAL LABORATORIES
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8082
HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICES
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8092
KIDNEY DIALYSIS CENTERS
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8093
SPECIALITY OUTPATIENT CLINICS
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8099
HEALTH & ALLIED SERVICES, NEC
PSC
460
Health Services Industries
8111
LEGAL SERVICES
SIC
81
Legal Services
8211
ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY SCHOOLS
SIC
82
Educational Services
8221
COLLEGES, UNIV & PROF SCHOOLS
SIC
82
Educational Services
8222
JUNIOR COLLEGES & TECH INSTITU
SIC
82
Educational Services
8231
LIBRARIES
SIC
82
Educational Services
8243
DATA PROCESSING SCHOOLS
SIC
82
Educational Services
8244
BUSINESS & SECRETARIAL SCHOOLS
SIC
82
Educational Services
8249
VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, NEC
SIC
82
Educational Services
8299
SCHOOLS & EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
SIC
82
Educational Services
8322
INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY SERVICES
SIC
83
Social Services
8331
JOB TRAINING & VOC REHAB SERVI
SIC
83
Social Services
8351
CHILD DAY CARE SERVICES
SIC
83
Social Services
8361
RESIDENTIAL CARE
SIC
83
Social Services
8399
SOCIAL SERVICES, NEC
SIC
83
Social Services
8412
MUSEUMS AND ART GALLERIES
SIC
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
8422
BOTANICAL & ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS
SIC
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
8611
BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS
SIC
86
Membership Organizations
8621
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP ORGAN
SIC
86
Membership Organizations
8631
LABOR UNIONS & LABOR ORGANIZA
SIC
86
Membership Organizations
8641
CIVIC, SOCIAL & FRATERNAL ASS.
SIC
86
Membership Organizations
8651
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
SIC
86
Membership Organizations
8661
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
SIC
86
Membership Organizations
8699
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS, NEC
SIC
86
Membership Organizations
8711
ENGINEERING SERVICES
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8712
ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
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Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
8"13
SLR\ LYING SLRY1CLS
SIC
8"
Lngn u_vnng & Muiiugenieiil Sen ices>
8721
ACC., AUDITING & BOOKKEEPING
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8731
COMMERCIAL PHYSICAL RESEARCH
PNC
NA
Independent and Stand Alone Labs
8732
COMMERCIAL NONPHYSICAL RESEAR
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8733
NONCOMMERCIAL RESEARCH ORGANI
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8734
COMMERCIAL TESTING LABORATORY
PNC
NA
Independent and Stand Alone Labs
8741
MANAGEMENT SERVICES
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8742
MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICE
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8743
PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICES
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8744
FACILITIES SUPPORT SERVICES
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8748
BUSINESS CONSULTING, NEC
SIC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8811
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS
SIC
88
Private Households
8999
SERVICES, NEC
SIC
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
9111
EXECUTIVE OFFICES
SIC
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
9121
LEGISLATIVE BODIES
SIC
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
9131
EXEC & LEGIS OFFICES COMBINED
SIC
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
9199
GENERAL GOVERNMENT, NEC
SIC
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
9211
COURTS
SIC
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9221
POLICE PROTECTION
SIC
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9222
LEGAL COUNSEL & PROSECUTION
SIC
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9223
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
SIC
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9224
FIRE PROTECTION
SIC
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9229
PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY, NEC
SIC
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9311
PUBLIC FINANCE
SIC
93
Finance, Taxation, & Monetary Policy
9411
ADMINISTRATION OF EDUCAT PROG
SIC
94
Administration of Human Resources
9431
ADMIN OF PUB HEALTH PROGRAMS
SIC
94
Administration of Human Resources
9441
ADM OF SOCIAL/HUMAN RESOURCE
SIC
94
Administration of Human Resources
9451
ADM OF VET AFFAIRS, EX HE A/INS
SIC
94
Administration of Human Resources
9511
AIR & WATER RES & SOL WSTE MGT
SIC
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
9512
LAND, MIN, WILDLIFE/FOREST CON
SIC
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
9531
ADMIN OF HOUSING PROGRAMS
SIC
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
9532
ADM OF URB PLAN/COMM/RURL DEV
SIC
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
9611
ADMIN OF GENERAL ECONOMIC PRO
SIC
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9621
REG & ADMIN OF TRANS PROGRAMS
SIC
96
Administration of Economic Programs
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Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj pc of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K l>;irl or
SIC Croup
Poinl Source ('«ilet»on
9o31
RLG & \L)\1 Ol-' COX I MS. LLLC, GAS
SIC
90
AdimiUbUaUon ol' Economic Programs
9641
REG OF AGRI MARKETING & COMMOD
SIC
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9651
REG, LIC & INSP OF COMM SECTOR
SIC
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9661
SPACE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
SIC
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9711
NATIONAL SECURITY
SIC
97
National Security & International Affairs
9721
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
SIC
97
National Security & International Affairs
9999
NONCLASSIFIABLE ESTABLISHMENTS
SIC
99
Non classifiable Establishments
2048g
PREP FEEDS & INGRED FOR ANIMA
PSC
406
Grain mills manufacturing
2048m
PREP FEEDS & INGRED FOR ANIMA
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
2048P
PREP FEEDS & INGRED FOR ANIMA
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2048ph
PREP FEEDS & INGRED FOR ANIMA
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
2611-1
PULP MILLS- Phase I
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2611-2
PULP MILLS- Phase II
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2611-3
PULP MILLS- Phase III
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2621-1
PAPER MILLS- Phase I
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2621-2
PAPER MILLS- Phase II
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2621-3
PAPER MILLS- Phase III
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2631-1
PAPERBOARD MILLS- Phase I
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2631-2
PAPERBOARD MILLS- Phase II
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2631-3
PAPERBOARD MILLS- Phase III
PSC
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
2819N
INDUSTRIAL INORGANIC CHEMICALS
PSC
421
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
2819Ph
INDUSTRIAL INORGANIC CHEMICALS
PSC
422
Phosphate manufacturing
2821P
PLSTC MAT./SYN RESINS/NV ELAST
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2823P
CELLULOSIC MAN-MADE FIBERS
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2824P
SYN ORG FIBERS,EXCEPT CELLULOS
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2834P
PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2842P
SPECIALTY CLEANING, POLISHING
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2844P
PERFUMES,COSMETICS,TOILET PREP
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2865P
CYCLIC CRUDES INTERM., DYES
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2869P
INDUST. ORGANIC CHEMICALS NEC
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2874F
PHOSPHATIC FERTILIZERS
PSC
418
Fertilizer manufacturing
2891P
ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
2899P
CHEMICALS & CHEM PREP, NEC
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
5169P
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
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Table C-l. SIC/Point Source Category Crosswalk
SIC
Cock'
SIC Description
Tj po of
(iroiminu
40 ( I K P;irl or
SIC Croup
I'oinl Soiiivc Csilcuon
CWT
CL\TR-YL1ZLD WASTL TRLATLRS
PSC
43"
Cciiirali/cd \\ able Ircalcrb
MPM
METAL PRODUCTS AND MACHINERY
PSC
438
Metal Products and Machinery
VCCA
CHLORINE AND CHLORINATED
HYDROCARBONS
PNS
414.1
Chlorine and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (CCH)
VCCAP
CHLORINE AND CHLORINATED
HYDROCARBONS PESTICIDES
PSC
455
Pesticide chemicals manufacturing
PSC - Point Source Category.
PNC - Potential new category.
PNS - Potential new subcategory.
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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
0101
COCOA
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0111
WHEAT
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0112
RICE
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0115
CORN
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0116
SOYBEANS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0119
CASH GRAINS, NEC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0131
COTTON
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0132
TOBACCO
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0133
SUGARCANE AND SUGAR BEETS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0134
IRISH POTATOES
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0139
CROPS, EXCEPT CASH GRAINS, NEC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0161
VEGETABLES AND MELONS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0171
BERRY CROPS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0172
GRAPES
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0173
TREE NUTS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0174
CITRUS FRUITS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0175
DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0179
FRUITS AND TREE NUTS, NEC
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0181
ORNAMENTAL NURSERY PRODUCTS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0182
FOOD CROPS GROWN UNDER COVER
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0191
GENERAL FARMS, PRIMARILY CROP
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
0271
FUR-BEARING ANIMALS & RABBITS
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
0279
ANIMAL SPECIALTIES, NEC
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
0291
FARMS, PRIMARILY LIVESTOCK
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
0711
SOIL PREPARATION SERVICES
7
Agricultural Services
0721
CROP PLANTING & PROTECTION
7
Agricultural Services
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
0722
HARVESTING, PRIMARILY MACHINE
7
Agricultural Services
0723
CROP PREP SERVICES FOR MARKET
7
Agricultural Services
0724
COTTON GINNING
7
Agricultural Services
0751
LIVESTOCK SERVICES, EXCEPT VET
7
Agricultural Services
0752
ANIMAL SPECIAL SERV EXCEPT VET
7
Agricultural Services
0761
FARM LABOR CONTRACT & CREW
7
Agricultural Services
0762
FARM MANAGEMENT SERVICES
7
Agricultural Services
0781
LANDSCAPE COUNSELING AND PLAN
7
Agricultural Services
0782
LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICES
7
Agricultural Services
0783
ORNAMENTAL SHRUB AND TREE SERV
7
Agricultural Services
0811
TIMBER TRACTS
8
Forestry
0831
FOREST PRODUCTS
8
Forestry
0851
FORESTRY SERVICES
8
Forestry
0912
FINFISH
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
0913
SHELLFISH
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
0919
MISCELLANEOUS MARINE PRODUCTS
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
0971
HUNT & TRAP & GAME PROPOGATION
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
1241
COAL MINING SERVICE
12
Coal Mining - SIC 12
1321
NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS
13
Natural Gas Liquids
1521
CONTRACTORS-SINGLE FAMILY HOUS
15
General Building Contractors
1522
GEN CONTRACT-RES, NOT SINFA
15
General Building Contractors
1531
OPERATIVE BUILDERS
15
General Building Contractors
1541
GEN CONTRACT-INDUST. BLDGS.
15
General Building Contractors
1542
GEN CONTRACT, NON-RES BLDGS.
15
General Building Contractors
1611
HWY & ST CONST., EXC. ELEV HWY
16
Heavy Construction, Except Building
1622
BRIDGE, TUNNEL & ELEV HWY CONS
16
Heavy Construction, Except Building
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
1623
H20, SEW, PIPE & COM. & POWR
16
Heavy Construction, Except Building
1711
PLUMB, HEAT & AIR CONDITIONING
17
Special Trade Contractors
1721
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
17
Special Trade Contractors
1731
ELECTRICAL WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1741
MASONRY, STONE SET, STONE WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1742
PLSTR, DRYWALL, ACOUS, & INSUL
17
Special Trade Contractors
1743
TERRAZZO,TILE,MARBLE, MOSAIC
17
Special Trade Contractors
1751
CARPENTRY WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1752
FLOOR LAY & OTHER FLOOR WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1761
ROOF, SIDE & SHEET METAL WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1771
CONCRETE WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1781
WATER WELL DRILLING
17
Special Trade Contractors
1791
STRUCTURAL STEEL ERECTION
17
Special Trade Contractors
1793
GLASS AND GLAZING WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1794
EXCAVATION WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1795
WRECKING AND DEMOLTION WORK
17
Special Trade Contractors
1796
INST OR ERECTION OF BLDG EQUIP
17
Special Trade Contractors
1799
SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS, NEC
17
Special Trade Contractors
2048
PREP FEEDS & INGRED FOR ANIMA
20
Food & Kindred Products
2311
MEN'S & BOY'S SUITS, COATS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2321
MEN'S, & BOY'S SHIRTS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2323
MEN'S, YOUTH'S & BOYS NECKWEAR
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2325
MEN & BOY SEP TROUSERS & SLACK
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2326
MEN'S & BOY'S WORK CLOTHING
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2329
MEN'S, YOUTH'S & BOY'S CLOTHNG
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2331
WOMEN, MIS, JR' BLSES, WAISTS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
2335
WOMEN'S, MISSES' & JRS' DRESS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2337
WOMEN, MIS', JRS' SUITS, SHIRT
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2339
WOMEN'S, MISS' & JR' OUTERWEAR
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2341
WOMENS,MIS',CHLD'S,INF UNDER WE
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2342
BRASSIERS,GIRDLES & ALLIED GAR
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2353
HATS, CAPS AND MILLINERY
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2361
GIRLS, CHILDS & INFS OUTERWEAR
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2369
GIRLS, CHILDS & INFS OUTERWEAR
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2371
FUR GOODS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2381
DRESS & WK GLOVE EXC KNIT/LEAT
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2384
ROBES & DRESSING GOWNS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2385
RAINCOATS & RAINGEAR
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2386
LEATHER & SHEEP-LINED CLOTHING
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2387
APPAREL BELTS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2389
APPAREL & ACCESSORIES, NEC
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2391
CURTAINS & DRAPERIES
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2392
HOUSEFURNISHINGS, EXC CURTAINS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2393
TEXTILE BAGS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2394
CANVAS & RELATED PRODUCTS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2395
PLEATING, DECOR/NOVELTY STITCH
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2397
SCHIFFLI MACHINE EMBROIDERIES
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
2411
LOGGING CAMPS/LOGGING CONTRACT
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2426
HARDWOOD DIMEN & FLOORING MILL
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2429
SPECIAL PRODUCT SAWMILLS NEC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2441
NAILED/LOCK CORNER WOOD BOXES
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2448
WOOD PALLETS AND SKIDS
24
Lumber & Wood Products
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
2449
WOOD CONTAINERS NEC
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2451
MOBILE HOMES
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2452
PREFAB WOOD BLDGS & COMPONENTS
24
Lumber & Wood Products
2515
MATTRESSES AND BEDSPRINGS
25
Furniture & Fixtures
2519
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, NEC
25
Furniture & Fixtures
2652
SET-UP PAPERBOARD BOXES
26
Paper & Allied Products
2673
BAGS, PLASTIC, LAMINA & COATED
26
Paper & Allied Products
2675
DIE-CUT PAPER,PAPERBRD/CARDBRD
26
Paper & Allied Products
2676
SANITARY PAPER PRODUCTS
26
Paper & Allied Products
2677
ENVELOPES
26
Paper & Allied Products
2678
STATIONERY,TABLETS & REL PROD
26
Paper & Allied Products
3131
BOOT & SHOE CUT STOCK & FINDNG
31
Leather & Leather Products
3142
HOUSE SLIPPERS
31
Leather & Leather Products
3143
MEN'S FOOTWEAR,EXCEPT ATHLETIC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3144
WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR,EXCEPT ATHLET
31
Leather & Leather Products
3149
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER NEC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3151
LEATHER GLOVES AND MITTENS
31
Leather & Leather Products
3161
LUGGAGE
31
Leather & Leather Products
3171
WOMEN'S HANDBAGS AND PURSES
31
Leather & Leather Products
3172
PERSONAL LEATHER GOODS,EXC HAN
31
Leather & Leather Products
3199
LEATHER GOODS NEC
31
Leather & Leather Products
3271
CONCRETE BLOCK & BRICK
32
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
3281
CUT STONE & STONE PRODUCTS
32
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
3942
DOLLS
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
3952
LEAD PENCILS AND ART GOODS
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
3955
CARBON PAPER AND INKED RIBBONS
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
3991
BROOMS AND BRUSHES
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
4111
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSIT
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4119
LOCAL PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4121
TAXICABS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4131
INTERCITY & RURAL BUS TRANSPOR
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4141
LOCAL BUS CHARTER SERVICE
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4142
BUS CHARTER SERVICE, EXC LOCAL
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4151
SCHOOL BUSES
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4173
BUS TERMINAL & SERVICE FACILIT
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
4212
LOCAL TRUCKING WITHOUT STORAGE
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4213
TRUCKING, EXCEPT LOCAL
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4214
LOCAL TRUCKING WITH STORAGE
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4215
COURIER SERVICES, EXCEPT AIR
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4221
FARM PROD WAREHOUSING & STORAG
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4222
REFRIGERTAED WAREHOUSING & STO
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4225
GENERAL WAREHOUSING & STORAGE
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4226
SPECIAL WAREHOUSING & STORAGE
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4231
TRUCKING TERMINAL FACILITIES
42
Trucking & Warehousing
4311
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
43
U.S. Postal Service
4412
DEEP SEA FOREIGN TRANSP OF FRE
44
Water Transportation
4424
DEEP SEA DOMES TRANSP OF FREIG
44
Water Transportation
4432
FREIGHT TRANSP ON THE GR LAKES
44
Water Transportation
4449
WATER TRANSP OF FREIGHT, NEC
44
Water Transportation
4481
DEEP SEA PAS TRANSP, EXC FERRY
44
Water Transportation
4482
FERRIES
44
Water Transportation
4489
WATER PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION
44
Water Transportation
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
4492
TOWING AND TUGBOAT SERVICE
44
Water Transportation
4493
MARINAS
44
Water Transportation
4512
AIR TRANSPORTATION, SCHEDULED
45
Transportation by Air
4513
AIR COURIER SERVICES
45
Transportation by Air
4522
AIR TRANSP, NONSCHEDULED
45
Transportation by Air
4613
REFINED PETROLEUM PIPELINE
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
4619
PIPELINES, NEC
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
4724
TRAVEL AGENCIES
47
Transportation Services
4725
TOUR OPERATORS
47
Transportation Services
4729
PASSENGER TRANSP ARRANGEMENT
47
Transportation Services
4731
FREIGHT TRANSP ARRANGEMENT
47
Transportation Services
4783
PACKING AND CRATING
47
Transportation Services
4785
INSPECTION & FIXED FACILITIE
47
Transportation Services
4789
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, NEC
47
Transportation Services
4812
RADIOTELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS
48
Communications
4813
TELEPHONE COM, EXCEPT RADIO
48
Communications
4822
TELEGRAPH & OTHER COMMUNICATI
48
Communications
4832
RADIO BROADCASTING, NEC
48
Communications
4833
TELEVISION BROADCASTING
48
Communications
4841
CABLE & OTHER PAY TV SERVICES
48
Communications
4899
COMMUNICATION SERVICES, NEC
48
Communications
4922
NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
4923
NAT GAS TRANSMISSION & DISTRIB
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
4924
NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
4932
GAS & OTHER SERVICES COMBINED
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
4952
SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
4952
Sewerage Systems
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
4959
SANITARY SERVICES, NEC
4959
Sanitary Services
4971
IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
5012
AUTOMOBILES AND OTHER VEHICLES
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5013
MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS & NEW SUP
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5014
TIRES AND TUBES
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5015
MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS, USED
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5021
FURNITURE
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5023
HOMEFURNISHINGS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5031
LUMBER,PLYWOOD,MILL WORK,& PANL
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5033
ROOFING, SIDING AND INSULATION
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5039
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, NEC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5043
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIP & SUPPLIES
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5044
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5045
COMPUTERS, PERIPHERALS, & SOFT
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5046
COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT, NEC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5047
MEDICAL AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5048
OPHTHALMIC GOODS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5049
PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT, NEC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5051
METAL SERVICE CENTERS & OFFICE
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5052
COAL & OTHER MINERALS & ORES
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5063
ELECTRICAL APPARATUS AND EQUIP
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5064
ELEC APPLIANCES/TV & RADIO SET
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5065
ELECTRONIC PARTS AND EQUIPMENT
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5072
HARDWARE
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5074
PLUMB & HEAT EQUIP & SUPPLIES
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5075
AIR HEAT & AIR-COND. EQUIP/SUP
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
5078
REFRIGERATION EQUIP & SUPPLIES
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5082
CONST & MINING MACHINE & EQUIP
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5083
FARM & GARDEN MACHINE & EQUIP
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5084
INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY AND EQUIP
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5085
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5087
SERVICE ESTABLISH EQUIP & SUPP
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5088
TRANS EQUIP & SUPP, EXC MOTOR
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5091
SPORTING & RECREATIONAL GOODS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5092
TOYS & HOBBY GOODS & SUPPLIES
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5093
SCRAP & WASTE MATERIALS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5094
JEWELRY, WATCHES, PRECIOUS STO
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5099
DURABLE GOODS, NEC
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
5111
PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5112
STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5113
INDUST & PERSONAL PAPER SERVIC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5122
DRUGS, DRUG PRPPRIE & SUNDRIES
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5131
PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5136
MALE'S CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5137
WOMEN'S, CHILD & INF CLOTHING
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5139
FOOTWEAR
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5141
GROCERIES, GENERAL LINE
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5142
PACKAGED FROZEN FOODS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5143
DAIRY PROD, EXC DRIED & CANNED
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5145
CONFECTIONERY
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5146
FISH AND SEAFOODS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5147
MEATS AND MEAT PRODUCTS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
5148
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5149
GROCERIES & RELATED PRODUCTS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5153
GRAIN AND FIELD BEANS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5154
LIVESTOCK
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5162
PLASTIC MATER & BASIC SHAPES
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5172
PETROL & PET PROD WHOLESALERS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5181
BEER AND ALE
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5191
FARM SUPPLIES
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5192
BOOKS, PERIODICALS & NEWSPAPER
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5193
FLOWERS AND FLORISTS' SUPPLIES
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5194
TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5198
PAINTS, VARNISHES AND SUPPLIES
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5199
NONDURABLE GOODS, NEC
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
5211
LUMBER & BUILD MATERIAL DEALER
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5231
PAINT, GLASS & WALLPAPER STORE
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5251
HARDWARE STORES
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5261
RET NURSERIES,LAWN/GARDN STORE
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5271
MOBILE HOME DEALERS
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
5311
DEPARTMENT STORES
53
General Merchandise Stores
5331
VARIETY STORES
53
General Merchandise Stores
5399
MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL STORES
53
General Merchandise Stores
5411
GROCERY STORES
54
Food Stores
5421
MEAT AND FISH MARKETS
54
Food Stores
5431
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKETS
54
Food Stores
5441
CANDY, NUT & CONFECTION STORES
54
Food Stores
5451
DAIRY PRODUCTS STORES
54
Food Stores
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
5461
RETAIL BAKERIES
54
Food Stores
5499
MISCELLANEOUS FOOD STORES
54
Food Stores
5511
MOTOR VEH. DEALERS (NEW/USED)
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5521
MOTOR VEH. DEALERS (USED ONLY)
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5531
AUTO AND HOME SUPPLY STORES
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5541
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5551
BOAT DEALERS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5561
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE DEALERS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5571
MOTORCYCLE DEALERS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5599
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS, NEC
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
5611
MALE'S CLOTHING & ACCESS STORE
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5621
WOMEN'S CLOTHING STORES
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5632
WOMEN'S ACCESS & SPEC STORES
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5641
CHILDREN'S & INF WEAR STORES
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5651
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5661
SHOE STORES
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5699
MISC APPAREL & ACCESS STORES
56
Apparel & Accessory Stores
5712
FURNITURE STORES
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5713
FLOOR COVERING STORES
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5714
DRAPE, CURTAIN & UPHOL STORES
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5719
MISC HOMEFURNISHINGS STORES
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5722
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE STORES
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5731
RADIO, TV & ELECTRONICS STORES
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5734
COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE STORES
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5735
RECORD & PRERECORDED TAPE STOR
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
5736
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT STORES
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
5813
DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEV
58
Eating & Drinking Places
5912
DRUG STORES & PROPRIETARY STOR
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5921
LIQUOR STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5932
USED MERCHANDISE STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5941
SPORTING GOODS/BICYCLE STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5942
BOOK STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5943
STATIONERY STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5944
JEWELERY STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5945
HOBBY, TOY AND GAME SHOPS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5946
CAMERA & PHOTO SUPPLY STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5947
GIFT, NOVELTY & SOUVENIR SHOPS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5948
LUGGAGE & LEATHER GOODS STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5949
SEW/NEEDLEWK/PIECE GOODS STORE
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5961
CATALOG AND MAIL-ORDER HOUSES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5962
AUTO MERCHANDIS MACHINE OPERAT
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5963
DIRECT SELLING ESTABLISHMENTS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5983
FUEL OIL DEALERS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5984
LIQ PETROL GAS (BOT GAS) DEALR
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5989
FUEL DEALERS, NEC
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5992
FLORISTS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5993
TOBACCO STORES AND STANDS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5994
NEWS DEALERS AND NEWSSTANDS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5995
OPTICAL GOODS STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
5999
MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES
59
Miscellaneous Retail
6011
FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS
60
Depository Institutions
6019
CENTRAL RESERVE REPOSITORY
60
Depository Institutions
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
6021
NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANKS
60
Depository Institutions
6022
STATE COMMERCIAL BANKS
60
Depository Institutions
6029
COMMERCIAL BANKS, NEC
60
Depository Institutions
6035
FEDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS
60
Depository Institutions
6036
SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS, EXC FED
60
Depository Institutions
6061
FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS
60
Depository Institutions
6062
STATE CREDIT UNIONS
60
Depository Institutions
6081
FOREIGN BANK & BRANCHES & AGEN
60
Depository Institutions
6082
FOREIGN TRADE & INTERNAT BANKS
60
Depository Institutions
6091
NONDEPOSIT TRUST FACILTIES
60
Depository Institutions
6099
FUNCT RELATED TO DEP BANKING
60
Depository Institutions
6111
FEDERAL & FED-SPONSORED CREDIT
61
Nondepository Institutions
6141
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS
61
Nondepository Institutions
6153
SHORT-TERM BUS. CREDIT INSTITU
61
Nondepository Institutions
6159
MISC BUSINESS CREDIT INSTITUTI
61
Nondepository Institutions
6162
MORTG BANKERS & LOAN CORRESPON
61
Nondepository Institutions
6163
LOAN BROKERS
61
Nondepository Institutions
6211
SEC BROKERS/DEALERS/FLOTAT. CO
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6221
COMMODITY CONTR BROKERS & DEAL
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6231
SECURITY & COMMODITY EXCHANGES
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6282
INVESTMENT ADVICE
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6289
SECURITY & COMMODITY SERVICES
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
6311
LIFE INSURANCE
63
Insurance Carriers
6321
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE
63
Insurance Carriers
6324
HOSPITAL & MEDICAL SERV PLANS
63
Insurance Carriers
6331
FIRE, MARINE & CASUALTY INSUR
63
Insurance Carriers
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
6351
SURETY INSURANCE
63
Insurance Carriers
6361
TITLE INSURANCE
63
Insurance Carriers
6371
PENSION, HEALTH & WELFARE FUND
63
Insurance Carriers
6399
INSURANCE CARRIERS, NEC
63
Insurance Carriers
6411
INSUR AGENTS, BROKERS, & SERVI
64
Insurance Agents, Brokers, & Service
6512
OPER OF NONRESIDENTIAL BLDGS
65
Real Estate
6513
OPERATORS OF APART BUILDINGS
65
Real Estate
6514
OPER OF DWELL OTHER THAN APART
65
Real Estate
6515
OPER OF RES MOBILE HOME SITES
65
Real Estate
6517
LESSORS OF RAILROAD PROPERTIES
65
Real Estate
6519
LESSORS OF REAL PROPERTY, NEC
65
Real Estate
6531
REAL ESTATE AGENTS & MANAGERS
65
Real Estate
6541
TITLE ABSTRACT OFFICES
65
Real Estate
6552
LAND SUBDIVIDERS & DEV, EX CEM
65
Real Estate
6553
CEMETERY SUBDIVIDERS & DEVELOP
65
Real Estate
6712
BANK HOLDING COMPANIES
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6719
HOLDING COMPANIES, NEC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6722
MGMT INVEST. OFFICES, OPEN END
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6726
INVESTMENT OFFICES, NEC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6732
EDUCAT. ,RELIG & CHARITY TRUSTS
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6733
TRUSTS,EXC EDUCAT,RELIG & CHAR
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6792
OIL ROYALTY TRADERS
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6794
PATENT OWNERS AND LESSORS
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6798
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
6799
INVESTORS, NEC
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
7011
HOTELS AND MOTELS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
7021
ROOMING AND BOARDING HOUSES
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
7032
SPORTING & RECREATIONAL CAMPS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
7033
REC VEHICLE PARKS & CAMPSITES
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
7041
ORG. HOTEL & LODG HSE, ON MEMB
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
7211
POWER LAUNDRIES, RES & COMMERC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7212
GARM PRESSING/LAUNDRIES/DRY CLE
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7213
LINEN SUPPLY
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7215
COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRIES/DRY CLE
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7216
DRYCLEAN PLANTS, EXC RUG CLEAN
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7217
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7219
LAUNDRY & GARMENT SERVICES,NEC
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7231
BEAUTY SHOPS
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7241
BARBER SHOPS
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7251
SHOE REP SHOPS & SHOESHINE PAR
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7261
FUNERAL SERVICES & CREMATORIES
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7291
TAX AND PREPARATION SERVICES
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7299
MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL SERVICE
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
7311
ADVERTISING AGENCIES
73
Business Services
7312
OUTDOOR ADVERTISING AGENCIES
73
Business Services
7313
RADIO, TV & PUBLISHERS AD REPS
73
Business Services
7319
ADVERTISING, NEC
73
Business Services
7322
ADJUSTMENT & COLLECT SERVICES
73
Business Services
7323
CREDIT REPORTING SERVICES
73
Business Services
7331
DIRECT MAIL ADVERTIS SERVICES
73
Business Services
7334
PHOTOCOPYING/DUPLICATING SERV
73
Business Services
7338
SECRETARIAL & COURT REPORTING
73
Business Services
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
7342
DISINFECTING & EXTERMINAT SERV
73
Business Services
7349
BUILDING MAINTNENANCE SERVICE
73
Business Services
7352
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT RENTAL
73
Business Services
7353
HEAVY CONSTRUCTON EQUIP RENTAL
73
Business Services
7359
EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND LEASING,
73
Business Services
7361
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
73
Business Services
7363
HELP SUPPLY SERVICES
73
Business Services
7371
CUSTOM COMPUTER PROG SERVICES
73
Business Services
7372
PREPACKAGED SOFTWARE
73
Business Services
7373
COMPUTER INTEGRATED SYS DESIGN
73
Business Services
7374
DATA PROCESSING & PREPARATION
73
Business Services
7375
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SERVICES
73
Business Services
7376
COMPUTER FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
73
Business Services
7377
COMPUTER RENTAL AND LEASING
73
Business Services
7378
COMPUTER MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
73
Business Services
7379
COMPUTER RELATED SERVICES, NEC
73
Business Services
7381
DETECTIVE & ARMORED CAR SERVIC
73
Business Services
7382
SECURITY SYSTEMS SERVICES
73
Business Services
7383
NEWS SYNDICATES
73
Business Services
7389
BUSINESS SERVICES, NEC
73
Business Services
7513
TRUCK RENT & LEASE, NO DRIVERS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7514
PASSENGER CAR RENTAL
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7515
PASSENGER CAR LEASING
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7519
UTILITY TRAILER & RV RENTAL
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7521
AUTOMOBILE PARKING
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7532
TOP & BODY REPAIR & PAINT SHOP
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
7533
AUTO EXHAUST SYSTEM REP SHOPS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7534
TIRE RETREADING & REPAIR SHOPS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7536
AUTO GLASS REPLACEMENT SHOPS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7537
AUTO TRANSMISSION REPAIR SHOPS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7538
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR SHOPS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7539
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS, NEC
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7542
CAR WASHES
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7549
AUTO SERV, EXC REP & CARWASHES
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
7622
RADIO & TELEVISION REPAIR SHOP
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7623
REFRIG & AC SERV & REP SHOPS
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7629
ELEC & ELECTRONIC REPAIR SHOPS
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7631
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY REPAIR
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7641
REUPHOLSTERY & FURNITURE REP
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7694
ARMATURE REWINDING SHOPS
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
7812
MOTION PICTURE & VIDEO PROD
78
Motion Pictures
7819
SERV. ALLIED TO MOTION PICTURE
78
Motion Pictures
7822
MOTION PICTURE & TAPE DISTRIB
78
Motion Pictures
7829
SERV ALLIED TO MOTION PIC DIST
78
Motion Pictures
7832
MOTION PIC THEA., EX DRIVE-IN
78
Motion Pictures
7833
DRIVE-IN MOTION PIC THEATRES
78
Motion Pictures
7841
VIDEO TAPE RENTAL
78
Motion Pictures
7911
DANCE STUDIOS, SCHOOLS & HALLS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7922
THEA. PROD (EXC MOTION PICTURE
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7929
BANDS, ORCH, ACTORS & ENTERTAI
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7933
BOWLING CENTERS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7941
PROF SPORTS CLUBS & PROMOTERS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
7948
RACING, INCLUDING TRACK OPERA
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7991
PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITIES
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7992
PUBLIC GOLF COURSES
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7993
COIN OPERATED AMUSEMENT DEVI
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7996
AMUSEMENT PARKS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7997
MEMBERSHIP SPORTS & REC CLUBS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
7999
AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION, NEC
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
8111
LEGAL SERVICES
81
Legal Services
8211
ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY SCHOOLS
82
Educational Services
8221
COLLEGES, UNIV & PROF SCHOOLS
82
Educational Services
8222
JUNIOR COLLEGES & TECH INSTITU
82
Educational Services
8231
LIBRARIES
82
Educational Services
8243
DATA PROCESSING SCHOOLS
82
Educational Services
8244
BUSINESS & SECRETARIAL SCHOOLS
82
Educational Services
8249
VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, NEC
82
Educational Services
8299
SCHOOLS & EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
82
Educational Services
8322
INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY SERVICES
83
Social Services
8331
JOB TRAINING & VOC REHAB SERVI
83
Social Services
8351
CHILD DAY CARE SERVICES
83
Social Services
8361
RESIDENTIAL CARE
83
Social Services
8399
SOCIAL SERVICES, NEC
83
Social Services
8412
MUSEUMS AND ART GALLERIES
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
8422
BOTANICAL & ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
8611
BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS
86
Membership Organizations
8621
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP ORGAN
86
Membership Organizations
8631
LABOR UNIONS & LABOR ORGANIZA
86
Membership Organizations
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
8641
CIVIC, SOCIAL & FRATERNAL ASS.
86
Membership Organizations
8651
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
86
Membership Organizations
8661
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
86
Membership Organizations
8699
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS, NEC
86
Membership Organizations
8711
ENGINEERING SERVICES
87
Engineering & Management Services
8712
ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES
87
Engineering & Management Services
8713
SURVEYING SERVICES
87
Engineering & Management Services
8721
ACC., AUDITING & BOOKKEEPING
87
Engineering & Management Services
8732
COMMERCIAL NONPHYSICAL RESEAR
87
Engineering & Management Services
8733
NONCOMMERCIAL RESEARCH ORGANI
87
Engineering & Management Services
8741
MANAGEMENT SERVICES
87
Engineering & Management Services
8742
MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICE
87
Engineering & Management Services
8743
PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICES
87
Engineering & Management Services
8744
FACILITIES SUPPORT SERVICES
87
Engineering & Management Services
8748
BUSINESS CONSULTING, NEC
87
Engineering & Management Services
8811
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS
88
Private Households
8999
SERVICES, NEC
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
9111
EXECUTIVE OFFICES
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
9121
LEGISLATIVE BODIES
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
9131
EXEC & LEGIS OFFICES COMBINED
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
9199
GENERAL GOVERNMENT, NEC
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
9211
COURTS
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9221
POLICE PROTECTION
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9222
LEGAL COUNSEL & PROSECUTION
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9223
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9224
FIRE PROTECTION
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
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Table C-2. SIC Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
4-Digit
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major SIC
Group
SIC Group Description
9229
PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY, NEC
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
9311
PUBLIC FINANCE
93
Finance, Taxation, & Monetary Policy
9411
ADMINISTRATION OF EDUCAT PROG
94
Administration of Human Resources
9431
ADMIN OF PUB HEALTH PROGRAMS
94
Administration of Human Resources
9441
ADM OF SOCIAL/HUMAN RESOURCE
94
Administration of Human Resources
9451
ADM OF VET AFFAIRS, EX HE A/INS
94
Administration of Human Resources
9511
AIR & WATER RES & SOL WSTE MGT
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
9512
LAND, MIN, WILDLIFE/FOREST CON
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
9531
ADMIN OF HOUSING PROGRAMS
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
9532
ADM OF URB PLAN/COMM/RURL DEV
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
9611
ADMIN OF GENERAL ECONOMIC PRO
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9621
REG & ADMIN OF TRANS PROGRAMS
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9631
REG & ADM OF COMMS, ELEC, GAS
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9641
REG OF AGRI MARKETING & COMMOD
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9651
REG, LIC & INSP OF COMM SECTOR
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9661
SPACE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
96
Administration of Economic Programs
9711
NATIONAL SECURITY
97
National Security & International Affairs
9721
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
97
National Security & International Affairs
9999
NONCLASSIFIABLE ESTABLISHMENTS
99
Non classifiable Establishments
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
CWT
Centralized Waste Treatment
PSC
437
Centralized Waste Treatment
LNDFLL
Landfills
PSC
445
Landfills
MPM
Metal Products And Machinery
PSC
438
Metal Products And Machinery
VCCA
Vinyl Chloride and Chlor-Alkali
PNS
414.1
Chlorine And Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
VCCAP
Vinyl Chloride and Chloryl-Alkali (Pesticides)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
WC
Waste Combustors
PSC
444
Waste Combustors
325510ELEC
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Electroplating)
PSC
413
Electroplating
326199ELEC
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing
(Electroplating)
PSC
413
Electroplating
331221ELEC
Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing (Electroplating)
PSC
413
Electroplating
336340ELEC
Motor Vehicle Brake System Manufacturing
(Electroplating)
PSC
413
Electroplating
111110
Soybean Farming
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111331
Apple Orchards
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111339
Other Noncitrus Fruit Farming
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111411
Mushroom Production
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111419
Other Food Crops Grown Under Cover
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111421
Nursery and Tree Production
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111422
Floriculture Production
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111930
Sugarcane Farming
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111991
Sugar Beet Farming
NAICS
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111998
All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
112112
Cattle Feedlots
PSC
412
CAFO
112120
Dairy Cattle and Milk Production
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
112210
Hog and Pig Farming
PSC
412
CAFO
112310
Chicken Egg Production
PSC
412
CAFO
112320
Broilers and Other Meat Type Chicken Production
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
112330
Turkey Production
PSC
412
CAFO
112340
Poultry Hatcheries
PSC
412
CAFO
112390
Other Poultry Production
PSC
412
CAFO
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
112511
Finfish Farming and Fish Hatcheries
PSC
451
Concentrated Aquatic Animal Production
112512
Shellfish Farming
PSC
451
Concentrated Aquatic Animal Production
112910
Apiculture
NAICS
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
113310
Logging
NAICS
24
Lumber & Wood Products
114111
Finfish Fishing
NAICS
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
114112
Shellfish Fishing
NAICS
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
115112
Soil Preparation, Planting, and Cultivating
NAICS
7
Agricultural Services
115114
Postharvest Crop Activities (except Cotton Ginning)
NAICS
7
Agricultural Services
115310
Support Activities for Forestry
NAICS
8
Forestry
211111
Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction
PSC
435
Oil & Gas Extraction
212111
Bituminous Coal and Lignite Surface Mining
PSC
434
Coal Mining
212112
Bituminous Coal Underground Mining
PSC
434
Coal Mining
212210
Iron Ore Mining
PSC
440
Ore Mining And Dressing
212221
Gold Ore Mining
PSC
440
Ore Mining And Dressing
212222
Silver Ore Mining
PSC
440
Ore Mining And Dressing
212231
Lead Ore and Zinc Ore Mining
PSC
440
Ore Mining And Dressing
212234
Copper Ore and Nickel Ore Mining
PSC
440
Ore Mining And Dressing
212291
Uranium-Radium-Vanadium Ore Mining
PSC
440
Ore Mining And Dressing
212299
All Other Metal Ore Mining
PSC
440
Ore Mining And Dressing
212311
Dimension Stone Mining and Quarrying
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212312
Crushed and Broken Limestone Mining and Quarrying
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212313
Crushed and Broken Granite Mining and Quarrying
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212319
Other Crushed and Broken Stone Mining and Quarrying
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212321
Construction Sand and Gravel Mining
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212322
Industrial Sand Mining
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212324
Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212325
Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212391
Potash, Soda, and Borate Mineral Mining
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212392
Phosphate Rock Mining
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
212393
Other Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
212399
All Other Nonmetallic Mineral Mining
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
213112
Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations
PSC
435
Oil & Gas Extraction
213113
Support Activities for Coal Mining
NAICS
12
Coal Mining
213115
Support Activities for Nonmetallic Minerals (except
Fuels)
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
221111
Hydroelectric Power Generation
PSC
423
Steam Electric Power Generating
221112
Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation
PSC
423
Steam Electric Power Generating
221113
Nuclear Electric Power Generation
PSC
423
Steam Electric Power Generating
221119
Other Electric Power Generation
PSC
423
Steam Electric Power Generating
221121
Electric Bulk Power Transmission and Control
PSC
423
Steam Electric Power Generating
221122
Electric Power Distribution
PSC
423
Steam Electric Power Generating
221310
Water Supply and Irrigation Systems
PNC
NA
Drinking Water Treatment
221320
Sewage Treatment Facilities
NAICS
NA
Sewerage Systems
221330
Steam and Air-Conditioning Supply
PSC
423
Steam Electric Power Generating
236117
New Housing Operative Builders
NAICS
15
General Building Contractors
237210
Land Subdivision
NAICS
65
Real Estate
238110
Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238140
Masonry Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238150
Glass and Glazing Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238190
Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior
Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238210
Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation
Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238290
Other Building Equipment Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238320
Painting and Wall Covering Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238350
Finish Carpentry Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238390
Other Building Finishing Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
238990
All Other Specialty Trade Contractors
NAICS
17
Special Trade Contractors
311111
Dog and Cat Food Manufacturing
PSC
406
Grain mills
311119
Other Animal Food Manufacturing
NAICS
20
Food & Kindred Products
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
311119GRAIN
All Other Specialty Trade Contractors (Grain mill)
PSC
406
Grain mills
311119MPP
Other Animal Food Manufacturing (Meat and Poultry
Products)
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
311119PH
Other Animal Food Manufacturing (Pharmaceutical
Manufacturing)
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
311119P
Other Animal Food Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
311213
Malt Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311221
Wet Corn Milling
PSC
406
Grain mills
311222
Soybean Processing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311223
Other Oilseed Processing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311225
Fats and Oils Refining and Blending
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311225FER
Fats and Oils Refining and Blending (Fertilizer
Manufacturing)
PSC
418
Fertilizer Manufacturing
311230
Breakfast Cereal Manufacturing
PSC
406
Grain mills
311311
Sugarcane Mills
PSC
409
Sugar Processing
311312
Cane Sugar Refining
PSC
409
Sugar Processing
311313
Beet Sugar Manufacturing
PSC
409
Sugar Processing
311320
Chocolate and Confectionery Manufacturing from
Cacao Beans
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311330
Confectionery Manufacturing from Purchased
Chocolate
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311340
Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311411
Frozen Fruit, Juice, and Vegetable Manufacturing
PSC
407
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
311412
Frozen Specialty Food Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311421
Fruit and Vegetable Canning
PSC
407
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
311422
Specialty Canning
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311423
Dried and Dehydrated Food Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311511
Fluid Milk Manufacturing
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
311512
Creamery Butter Manufacturing
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
311513
Cheese Manufacturing
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
311514
Dry, Condensed, and Evaporated Dairy Product
Manufacturing
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
311520
Ice Cream and Frozen Dessert Manufacturing
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
311611
Animal (except Poultry) Slaughtering
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
311612
Meat Processed from Carcasses
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
311613
Rendering and Meat Byproduct Processing
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
311615
Poultry Processing
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
311712
Fresh and Frozen Seafood Processing
PSC
408
Canned And Preserved Seafood Processing
311811
Retail Bakeries
NAICS
54
Food Stores
311812
Commercial Bakeries
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311813
Frozen Cakes, Pies, and Other Pastries Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311821
Cookie and Cracker Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311822
Flour Mixes and Dough Manufacturing from Purchased
Flour
PSC
406
Grain mills
311823
Dry Pasta Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311830
Tortilla Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311911
Roasted Nuts and Peanut Butter Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311919
Other Snack Food Manufacturing
PSC
407
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
311920
Coffee and Tea Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311930
Flavoring Syrup and Concentrate Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311941
Mayonnaise, Dressing, and Other Prepared Sauce
Manufacturing
PSC
407
Canned And Preserved Fruits And Vegetables
Processing
311942
Spice and Extract Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311991
Perishable Prepared Food Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311999
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
311999MPP
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (Meat
and Poultry Products)
PSC
432
Meat and Poultry Products
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
311999DPP
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing
(Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages)
PSC
405
Dairy products processing
311999GRAIN
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (Grain
Mills)
PSC
406
Grain mills
3119990CPSF
All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (Organic
Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers)
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
312111
Soft Drink Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
312112
Bottled Water Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
312113
Ice Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
312120
Breweries
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
312130
Wineries
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
312140
Distilleries
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
312210
Tobacco Stemming and Redrying
PNC
NA
Tobacco Products
312221
Cigarette Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Tobacco Products
312229
Other Tobacco Product Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Tobacco Products
313111
Yarn Spinning Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313112
Yarn Texturizing, Throwing, and Twisting Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313113
Thread Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313210
Broadwoven Fabric Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313221
Narrow Fabric Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313230
Nonwoven Fabric Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313241
Weft Knit Fabric Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313249
Other Knit Fabric and Lace Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313311
Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313312
Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven
Fabric) Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
313320
Fabric Coating Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
314110
Carpet and Rug Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
314129
Other Household Textile Product Mills
NAICS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
314911
Textile Bag Mills
NAICS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
314992
Tire Cord and Tire Fabric Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
314999
All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
315111
Sheer Hosiery Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
315119
Other Hosiery and Sock Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
315191
Outerwear Knitting Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
315192
Underwear and Nightwear Knitting Mills
PSC
410
Textile Mills
315221
Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Underwear and
Nightwear Manufacturing
PSC
410
Textile Mills
315223
Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Shirt (except Work Shirt)
Manufacturing
NAICS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
315231
Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear,
and Nightwear Manufacturing
NAICS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
315299
All Other Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
315992AP
Glove and Mitten Manufacturing (Apparel & Other
Textile Products)
NAICS
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
315992
Glove and Mitten Manufacturing
PSC
410
Textile Mills
315992RUB
Glove and Mitten Manufacturing (Rubber
Manufacturing)
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
315999
Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel
Manufacturing
PSC
410
Textile Mills
316110
Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing
PSC
425
Leather Tanning And Finishing
316211
Rubber and Plastics Footwear Manufacturing
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
316213
Men's Footwear (except Athletic) Manufacturing
NAICS
31
Leather & Leather Products
316219
Other Footwear Manufacturing
NAICS
31
Leather & Leather Products
321113-1
Sawmills (Phase I)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
321113
Sawmills
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
321114
Wood Preservation
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
321211
Hardwood Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
321212
Softwood Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
321213
Engineered Wood Member (except Truss)
Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
321214
Truss Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
321219
Reconstituted Wood Product Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
321911
Wood Window and Door Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
321991
Manufactured Home (Mobile Home) Manufacturing
NAICS
24
Lumber & Wood Products
321992
Prefabricated Wood Building Manufacturing
NAICS
24
Lumber & Wood Products
321999
All Other Miscellaneous Wood Product Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
322110-3
Pulp Mills (Phase III)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322110-2
Pulp Mills (Phase II)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322110-1
Pulp Mills (Phase I)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322110
Pulp Mills
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322121-2
Paper (except Newsprint) Mills (Phase II)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322121-1
Paper (except Newsprint) Mills (Phase I)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322122-2
Newsprint Mills (Phase II)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322121
Paper (except Newsprint) Mills
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322122-1
Newsprint Mills (Phase I)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322122
Newsprint Mills
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322130-2
Paperboard Mills (Phase II)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322130-1
Paperboard Mills (Phase I)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322130
Paperboard Mills
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322211
Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322212
Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322214
Fiber Can, Tube, Drum, and Similar Products
Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322215
Nonfolding Sanitary Food Container Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322221
Coated and Laminated Packaging Paper Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322222
Coated and Laminated Paper Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322223
Coated Paper Bag and Pouch Manufacturing
NAICS
26
Paper & Allied Products
322224
Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bag Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322225
Laminated Aluminum Foil Manufacturing for Flexible
Packaging Uses
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
322226
Surface-Coated Paperboard Manufacturing
NAICS
26
Paper & Allied Products
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
322231
Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Office Supplies
Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322291-2
Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing (Phase II)
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322291
Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
322299
All Other Converted Paper Product Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
323110
Commercial Lithographic Printing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323111
Commercial Gravure Printing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323112
Commercial Flexographic Printing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323113
Commercial Screen Printing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323115
Digital Printing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323116
Manifold Business Forms Printing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323117
Books Printing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323118
Blankbook, Looseleaf Binders, and Devices
Manufacturing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323119
Other Commercial Printing
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323121
Tradebinding and Related Work
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
323122
Prepress Services
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
324110
Petroleum Refineries
PSC
419
Petroleum Refining
324121
Asphalt Paving Mixture and Block Manufacturing
PSC
443
Paving And Roofing Materials (Tars And Asphalt)
324122
Asphalt Shingle and Coating Materials Manufacturing
PSC
443
Paving And Roofing Materials (Tars And Asphalt)
324191
Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease Manufacturing
PSC
419
Petroleum Refining
324199
All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing
PSC
419
Petroleum Refining
3241990CPSF
All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing
(Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers)
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325110
Petrochemical Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325120
Industrial Gas Manufacturing
PSC
415
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
325120OCPSF
Industrial Gas Manufacturing (Organic Chemicals,
Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers)
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325131
Inorganic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing
PSC
415
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
325132
Synthetic Organic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325181
Alkalies and Chlorine Manufacturing
PSC
415
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
325182
Carbon Black Manufacturing
PSC
458
Carbon Black Manufacturing
325188
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
PSC
415
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
325188NMM
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing)
PSC
421
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
3251880CPSF
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Organic Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers)
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325188PHOS
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Phosphate Manufacturing)
PSC
422
Phosphate Manufacturing
325188COP
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Copper Forming)
PSC
468
Copper forming
325188NMF
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
325188Ph
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Phosphate Manufacturing)
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
325188SD
All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
(Soap And Detergent Manufacturing)
PSC
417
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
325191
Gum and Wood Chemical Manufacturing
PSC
454
Gum And Wood Chemicals Manufacturing
325192
Cyclic Crude and Intermediate Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325192P
Cyclic Crude and Intermediate Manufacturing
(Pesticide Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
325193
Ethyl Alcohol Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325199
All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325199P
All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing
(Pesticide Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
325211
Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325211P
Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
325212
Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
325221
Cellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325222
Noncellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325311
Nitrogenous Fertilizer Manufacturing
PSC
418
Fertilizer Manufacturing
325312
Phosphatic Fertilizer Manufacturing
PSC
422
Phosphate Manufacturing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
325314
Fertilizer (Mixing Only) Manufacturing
PSC
418
Fertilizer Manufacturing
325320
Pesticide and Other Agricultural Chemical
Manufacturing
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
325411
Medicinal and Botanical Manufacturing
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
325412
Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
325412P
Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
325413
In-Vitro Diagnostic Substance Manufacturing
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
325414
Biological Product (except Diagnostic) Manufacturing
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
325510
Paint and Coating Manufacturing
PSC
446
Paint Formulating
325510OCPSF
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Organic Chemicals,
Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers)
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325510P
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Pesticide Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
325510CEM
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Cement
Manufacturing)
PSC
411
Cement Manufacturing
325510INORG
Paint and Coating Manufacturing (Cement
Manufacturing)
PSC
415
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
325520
Adhesive Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325611
Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing
PSC
417
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
3256110CPSF
Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing (Organic
Chemicals, Plastics, and Synthetic Fibers)
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325611P
Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
325612
Polish and Other Sanitation Good Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325613
Surface Active Agent Manufacturing
PSC
417
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
325620
Toilet Preparation Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325910
Printing Ink Manufacturing
PSC
447
Ink Formulating
325920
Explosives Manufacturing
PSC
457
Explosives Manufacturing
325991
Custom Compounding of Purchased Resins
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
325992
Photographic Film, Paper, Plate, and Chemical
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
325998
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
325998INORG
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Inorganic chemicals
manufacturing)
PSC
415
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
325998MF
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Metal Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
325998PH
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Pharmaceutical
Manufacturing)
PSC
439
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
325998P
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Pesticide Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
325998NMF
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Nonferrous Metals Forming
And Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
325998BS
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Business Services)
NAICS
73
Business Services
325998SD
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Soap And Detergent
Manufacturing)
PSC
417
Soap And Detergent Manufacturing
325998PR
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and
Preparation Manufacturing (Petroleum Refining)
PSC
419
Petroleum Refining
326111
Plastics Bag and Pouch Manufacturing
NAICS
26
Paper & Allied Products
326112
Plastics Packaging Film and Sheet (including
Laminated) Manufacturing
PSC
430
Pulp, Paper And Paperboard
326113
Unlaminated Plastics Film and Sheet (except
Packaging) Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
326121
Unlaminated Plastics Profile Shape Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
326122
Plastics Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
326130
Laminated Plastics Plate, Sheet (except Packaging), and
Shape Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
326140
Polystyrene Foam Product Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
326150
Urethane and Other Foam Product (except Polystyrene)
Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
326160
Plastics Bottle Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
326191
Plastics Plumbing Fixture Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
326192
Resilient Floor Covering Manufacturing
PSC
443
Paving And Roofing Materials (Tars And Asphalt)
326199
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
326199MF
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (Metal
Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
326199MF
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (Metal
Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
3261990CPSF
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (Organic
Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers)
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
326199GLASS
All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (Glass
Manufacturing)
PSC
426
Glass Manufacturing
326211
Tire Manufacturing (except Retreading)
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
326220
Rubber and Plastics Hoses and Belting Manufacturing
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
326291
Rubber Product Manufacturing for Mechanical Use
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
326299
All Other Rubber Product Manufacturing
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
327111
Vitreous China Plumbing Fixture and China and
Earthenware Bathroom Accessories Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327112
Vitreous China, Fine Earthenware, and Other Pottery
Product Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327113
Porcelain Electrical Supply Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327121
Brick and Structural Clay Tile Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327122
Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327123
Other Structural Clay Product Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327124
Clay Refractory Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327125
Nonclay Refractory Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327211
Flat Glass Manufacturing
PSC
426
Glass Manufacturing
327212
Other Pressed and Blown Glass and Glassware
Manufacturing
PSC
426
Glass Manufacturing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
327213
Glass Container Manufacturing
PSC
426
Glass Manufacturing
327215
Glass Product Manufacturing Made of Purchased Glass
PSC
426
Glass Manufacturing
327310
Cement Manufacturing
PSC
411
Cement Manufacturing
327320
Ready-Mix Concrete Manufacturing
PSC
411
Cement Manufacturing
327332
Concrete Pipe Manufacturing
PSC
411
Cement Manufacturing
327390
Other Concrete Product Manufacturing
PSC
411
Cement Manufacturing
327410
Lime Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327420
Gypsum Product Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327910
Abrasive Product Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327991
Cut Stone and Stone Product Manufacturing
NAICS
32
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
327992
Ground or Treated Mineral and Earth Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
327993
Mineral Wool Manufacturing
PSC
426
Glass Manufacturing
327999
All Other Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Mineral Product
Manufacturing
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
331111
Iron and Steel Mills
PSC
420
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
331111NMF
Iron and Steel Mills (Nonferrous Metals Forming and
Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
331111MF
Iron and Steel Mills (Metal Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
331112
Electrometallurgical Ferroalloy Product Manufacturing
PSC
424
Ferroalloy Manufacturing
331210
Iron and Steel Pipe and Tube Manufacturing from
Purchased Steel
PSC
420
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
331221
Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing
PSC
420
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
331221NMF
Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing (Nonferrous Metals
Forming and Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
331222
Steel Wire Drawing
PSC
420
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
331311
Alumina Refining
PSC
415
Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing
331312
Primary Aluminum Production
PSC
421
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
331314
Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum
PSC
421
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
331314MMC
Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum (Metal
Molding And Casting [Foundries])
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
331314AL
Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum
(Aluminum Forming)
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
331314MF
Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum (Metal
Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
331315
Aluminum Sheet, Plate, and Foil Manufacturing
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
331316
Aluminum Extruded Product Manufacturing
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
331319
Other Aluminum Rolling and Drawing
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
331411
Primary Smelting and Refining of Copper
PSC
421
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
331419
Primary Smelting and Refining of Nonferrous Metal
(except Copper and Aluminum)
PSC
421
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
331421
Copper Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding
PSC
468
Copper forming
331422
Copper Wire (except Mechanical) Drawing
PSC
468
Copper forming
331423
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper
PSC
421
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
331423NMF
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper
(Nonferrous Metals Forming and Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
331423MMC
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper
(Metal Molding And Casting [Foundries])
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
331491
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
331491NMF
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding (Nonferrous Metals
Forming And Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
331491MF
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding (Metal Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
331492
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of
Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)
PSC
421
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
331492NMF
Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of
Nonferrous Metal (Nonferrous Metals Forming and
Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
331492COP

PSC
468
Copper forming
331511
Iron Foundries
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
331512
Steel Investment Foundries
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
331513
Steel Foundries (except Investment)
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
331521
Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
331521
Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries
PSC
421
Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing
331521MMC
Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries (Metal Molding And
Casting [Foundries])
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
331522
Nonferrous (except Aluminum) Die-Casting Foundries
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
331524
Aluminum Foundries (except Die-Casting)
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
331525
Copper Foundries (except Die-Casting)
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
331528
Other Nonferrous Foundries (except Die-Casting)
PSC
464
Metal Molding And Casting (Foundries)
332111
Iron and Steel Forging
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332112
Nonferrous Forging
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
332112
Nonferrous Forging
PSC
468
Copper forming
332112
Nonferrous Forging
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
332112MF
Nonferrous Forging (Metal Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332112IRON
Nonferrous Forging (Iron And Steel Manufacturing)
PSC
420
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
332114
Custom Roll Forming
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332115
Crown and Closure Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332116
Metal Stamping
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332117
Powder Metallurgy Part Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332211
Cutlery and Flatware (except Precious) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332212
Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332213
Saw Blade and Handsaw Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332214
Kitchen Utensil, Pot, and Pan Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332311
Prefabricated Metal Building and Component
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332312
Fabricated Structural Metal Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332313
Plate Work Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332321
Metal Window and Door Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332322
Sheet Metal Work Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
332323
Ornamental and Architectural Metal Work
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332410
Power Boiler and Heat Exchanger Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332420
Metal Tank (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332431
Metal Can Manufacturing
PSC
465
Coil Coating
332439
Other Metal Container Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332510
Hardware Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332611
Spring (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332612
Spring (Light Gauge) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332618
Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332618IRON
Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing (Iron and
Steel Manufacturing)
PSC
420
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
332618NMF
Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing
(Nonferrous Metals Forming and Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
332618PP
Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing (Printing
& Publishing)
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
332710
Machine Shops
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332721
Precision Turned Product Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332722
Bolt, Nut, Screw, Rivet, and Washer Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332811
Metal Heat Treating
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332812
Metal Coating, Engraving (except Jewelry and
Silverware), and Allied Services to Manufacturers
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332813
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring
PSC
413
Electroplating
332813MF
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Metal Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332813MF
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Metal Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332813PMF
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Plastics Molding And Forming)
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
332813AL
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Aluminum forming)
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
332813PP
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Printing & Publishing)
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
332813IRON
Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and
Coloring (Iron and Steel Manufacturing)
PSC
420
Iron And Steel Manufacturing
332911
Industrial Valve Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332912
Fluid Power Valve and Hose Fitting Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332913
Plumbing Fixture Fitting and Trim Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332919
Other Metal Valve and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332991
Ball and Roller Bearing Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332992
Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332992
Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
332993
Ammunition (except Small Arms) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332993
Ammunition (except Small Arms) Manufacturing
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
332993MF
Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing (Metal
Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332994
Small Arms Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332995
Other Ordnance and Accessories Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332996
Fabricated Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332998
Enameled Iron and Metal Sanitary Ware Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332999
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332999DC
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (DC)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
332999TC
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (TC)
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
332999TC
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (TC)
PSC
468
Copper forming
332999DC
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (DC)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
332999TC
All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product
Manufacturing (TC)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
333111
Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
333112
Lawn and Garden Tractor and Home Lawn and Garden
Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333120
Construction Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333131
Mining Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333132
Oil and Gas Field Machinery and Equipment
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333210
Sawmill and Woodworking Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333220
Plastics and Rubber Industry Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333291
Paper Industry Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333292
Textile Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333293
Printing Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333294
Food Product Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333295
Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333298
All Other Industrial Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333311
Automatic Vending Machine Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333312
Commercial Laundry, Drycleaning, and Pressing
Machine Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333313
Office Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333314
Optical Instrument and Lens Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333315
Photographic and Photocopying Equipment
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333319
Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333411
Air Purification Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333412
Industrial and Commercial Fan and Blower
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333414
Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces)
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333415
Air-Conditioning and Warm Air Heating Equipment
and Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration
Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333511
Industrial Mold Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
333512
Machine Tool (Metal Cutting Types) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333513
Machine Tool (Metal Forming Types) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333514
Special Die and Tool, Die Set, Jig, and Fixture
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333515
Cutting Tool and Machine Tool Accessory
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333516
Rolling Mill Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333518
Other Metalworking Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333611
Turbine and Turbine Generator Set Units
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333612
Speed Changer, Industrial High-Speed Drive, and Gear
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333613
Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333618
Other Engine Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333911
Pump and Pumping Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333912
Air and Gas Compressor Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333913
Measuring and Dispensing Pump Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333921
Elevator and Moving Stairway Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333922
Conveyor and Conveying Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333923
Overhead Traveling Crane, Hoist, and Monorail System
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333924
Industrial Truck, Tractor, Trailer, and Stacker
Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333991
Power-Driven Handtool Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333992
Welding and Soldering Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333993
Packaging Machinery Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333994
Industrial Process Furnace and Oven Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333995
Fluid Power Cylinder and Actuator Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333996
Fluid Power Pump and Motor Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
333997
Scale and Balance Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
333999
All Other Miscellaneous General Purpose Machinery
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334111
Electronic Computer Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334112
Computer Storage Device Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334119
Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334210
Telephone Apparatus Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334220
Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless
Communications Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334290
Other Communications Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334310
Audio and Video Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334411
Electron Tube Manufacturing
PSC
469
Electrical And Electronic Components
334412
Bare Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334413
Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing
PSC
469
Electrical And Electronic Components
334414
Electronic Capacitor Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334415
Electronic Resistor Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334416
Electronic Coil, Transformer, and Other Inductor
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334417
Electronic Connector Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334418
Printed Circuit Assembly (Electronic Assembly)
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334419
Other Electronic Component Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334510
Electromedical and Electrotherapeutic Apparatus
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334511
Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical,
and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334512
Automatic Environmental Control Manufacturing for
Residential, Commercial, and Appliance Use
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334513
Instruments and Related Products Manufacturing for
Measuring, Displaying, and Controlling Industrial
Process Variables
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334514
Totalizing Fluid Meter and Counting Device
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
334515
Instrument Manufacturing for Measuring and Testing
Electricity and Electrical Signals
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334516
Analytical Laboratory Instrument Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334517
Irradiation Apparatus Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334518
Watch, Clock, and Part Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334519
Other Measuring and Controlling Device
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334612
Prerecorded Compact Disc (except Software), Tape, and
Record Reproducing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
334613
Magnetic and Optical Recording Media Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335110
Electric Lamp Bulb and Part Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335121
Residential Electric Lighting Fixture Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335122
Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Electric
Lighting Fixture Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335129
Other Lighting Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335211
Electric Housewares and Household Fan Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335212
Household Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335221
Household Cooking Appliance Manufacturing
PSC
466
Porcelain Enameling
335222
Household Refrigerator and Home Freezer
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335224
Household Laundry Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335228
Other Major Household Appliance Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335311
Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformer
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335312
Motor and Generator Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335313
Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335314
Relay and Industrial Control Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335911
Storage Battery Manufacturing
PSC
461
Battery Manufacturing
335912
Primary Battery Manufacturing
PSC
461
Battery Manufacturing
335921
Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing
PSC
426
Glass Manufacturing
335921
Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
335929
Other Communication and Energy Wire Manufacturing
PSC
467
Aluminum forming
335929
Other Communication and Energy Wire Manufacturing
PSC
468
Copper forming
335929
Other Communication and Energy Wire Manufacturing
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
335931
Current-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335932
Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335991
Carbon and Graphite Product Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
335999
All Other Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment and
Component Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336111
Automobile Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336112
Light Truck and Utility Vehicle Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336120
Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336211
Motor Vehicle Body Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336212
Truck Trailer Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336213
Motor Home Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336214
Travel Trailer and Camper Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336311
Carburetor, Piston, Piston Ring, and Valve
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336312
Gasoline Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336321
Vehicular Lighting Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336322
Other Motor Vehicle Electrical and Electronic
Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336330
Motor Vehicle Steering and Suspension Components
(except Spring) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336340
Motor Vehicle Brake System Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336350
Motor Vehicle Transmission and Power Train Parts
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336360
Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing
PSC
410
Textile Mills
336360MF
Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing
(Metal Finishing)
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336370
Motor Vehicle Metal Stamping
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336391
Motor Vehicle Air-Conditioning Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
336399
All Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336411
Aircraft Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336412
Aircraft Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336413
Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336414
Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336415
Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Propulsion Unit and
Propulsion Unit Parts Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336510
Railroad Rolling Stock Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336611
Ship Building and Repairing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336612
Boat Building
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336991
Motorcycle, Bicycle, and Parts Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336992
Military Armored Vehicle, Tank, and Tank Component
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
336999
All Other Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
337110
Wood Kitchen Cabinet and Countertop Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
337122
Nonupholstered Wood Household Furniture
Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
337124
Metal Household Furniture Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
337127
Institutional Furniture Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
337129
Wood Television, Radio, and Sewing Machine Cabinet
Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
337211
Wood Office Furniture Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
337212
Custom Architectural Woodwork and Millwork
Manufacturing
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
337214
Office Furniture (except Wood) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
337215
Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker
Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
337215TIM
Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker
Manufacturing (Timber Products Processing)
PSC
429
Timber Products Processing
337920
Blind and Shade Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
339111
Laboratory apparatus and furniture manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339112
Surgical and Medical Instrument Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339113
Surgical Appliance and Supplies Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339114
Dental Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339115
Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339911
Jewelry (except Costume) Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339912
Silverware and Hollowware Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339913
Jewelers' Material and Lapidary Work Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339914
Costume Jewelry and Novelty Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339920
Sporting and Athletic Goods Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339941
Pen and Mechanical Pencil Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339943
Marking Device Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339944
Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbon Manufacturing
NAICS
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
339950
Sign Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339991
Gasket, Packing, and Sealing Device Manufacturing
PSC
428
Rubber Manufacturing
339992
Musical Instrument Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339993
Fastener, Button, Needle, and Pin Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339995
Burial Casket Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339999
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
339999MIN
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Mineral
Mining And Processing^
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
339999P
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Pesticide
Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
339999PMF
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Plastics
Molding And Forming)
PSC
463
Plastics Molding And Forming
339999NMF
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Nonferrous
Metals Forming And Metal Powders)
PSC
471
Nonferrous Metals Forming And Metal Powders
3399990CPSF
All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (Organic
Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers)
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
423110
Automobile and Other Motor Vehicle Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
423120
Motor Vehicle Supplies and New Parts Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423140
Motor Vehicle Parts (Used) Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423310
Lumber, Plywood, Millwork, and Wood Panel
Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423320
Brick, Stone, and Related Construction Material
Merchant Wholesalers
PSC
436
Mineral Mining And Processing
423450
Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and Supplies
Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423510
Metal Service Centers and Other Metal Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423520
Coal and Other Mineral and Ore Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423620
Electrical and Electronic Appliance, Television, and
Radio Set Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423690
Other Electronic Parts and Equipment Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423810
Construction and Mining (except Oil Well) Machinery
and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423830
Industrial Machinery and Equipment Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423840
Industrial Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423860
Transportation Equipment and Supplies (except Motor
Vehicle) Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423910
Sporting and Recreational Goods and Supplies
Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423920
Toy and Hobby Goods and Supplies Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423930
Recyclable Material Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
424210
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424310
Piece Goods, Notions, and Other Dry Goods Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424340
Footwear Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
424410
General Line Grocery Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424430
Dairy Product (except Dried or Canned) Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424440
Poultry and Poultry Product Merchant Wholesalers
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
424460
Fish and Seafood Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424490
Other Grocery and Related Products Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424510
Grain and Field Bean Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424590
Other Farm Product Raw Material Merchant
Wholesalers
PSC
406
Grain mills
424610
Plastics Materials and Basic Forms and Shapes
Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424690
Other Chemical and Allied Products Merchant
Wholesalers
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
424690P
Other Chemical and Allied Products Merchant
Wholesalers (Pesticide Chemicals)
PSC
455
Pesticide Chemicals
424710
Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals
PSC
419
Petroleum Refining
424720
Petroleum and Petroleum Products Merchant
Wholesalers (except Bulk Stations and Terminals)
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424820
Wine and Distilled Alcoholic Beverage Merchant
Wholesalers
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
424910
Farm Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424920
Book, Periodical, and Newspaper Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424990
Other Miscellaneous Nondurable Goods Merchant
Wholesalers
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
441110
New Car Dealers
NAICS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
441221
Motorcycle, ATV, and Personal Watercraft Dealers
NAICS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
441222
Boat Dealers
NAICS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
441229
All Other Motor Vehicle Dealers
NAICS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
441320
Tire Dealers
NAICS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
442291
Window Treatment Stores
NAICS
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
444110
Home Centers
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
444130
Hardware Stores
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
444210
Outdoor Power Equipment Stores
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
445120
Convenience Stores
NAICS
54
Food Stores
445210
Meat Markets
PNC
NA
Miscellaneous Foods And Beverages
445220
Fish and Seafood Markets
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
445230
Fruit and Vegetable Markets
NAICS
54
Food Stores
445291
Baked Goods Stores
NAICS
54
Food Stores
445292
Confectionery and Nut Stores
NAICS
54
Food Stores
445299
All Other Specialty Food Stores
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
446110
Pharmacies and Drug Stores
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
446130
Optical Goods Stores
NAICS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
446191
Food (Health) Supplement Stores
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
447190
Other Gasoline Stations
NAICS
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
451120
Hobby, Toy, and Game Stores
NAICS
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
451211
Book Stores
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
452111
Department Stores (except Discount Department Stores)
NAICS
53
General Merchandise Stores
452112
Discount Department Stores
NAICS
53
General Merchandise Stores
452910
Warehouse Clubs and Supercenters
NAICS
54
Food Stores
453220
Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Stores
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
453920
Art Dealers
NAICS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
453930
Manufactured (Mobile) Home Dealers
NAICS
52
Building Materials & Gardening Supplies
453991
Tobacco Stores
NAICS
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
454319
Other Fuel Dealers
NAICS
59
Miscellaneous Retail
454390
Other Direct Selling Establishments
NAICS
54
Food Stores
481111
Scheduled Passenger Air Transportation
NAICS
45
Transportation By Air
481112
Scheduled Freight Air Transportation
NAICS
45
Transportation By Air
481219
Other Nonscheduled Air Transportation
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
482111
Line-Haul Railroads
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
482112
Short Line Railroads
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
483111
Deep Sea Freight Transportation
NAICS
44
Water Transportation
484110
General Freight Trucking, Local
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484121
General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Truckload
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484122
General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Less Than
Truckload
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484210
Used Household and Office Goods Moving
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484220
Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking,
Local
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484230
Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking,
Long-Distance
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
485111
Mixed Mode Transit Systems
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485112
Commuter Rail Systems
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485113
Bus and Other Motor Vehicle Transit Systems
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485119
Other Urban Transit Systems
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485320
Limousine Service
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485410
School and Employee Bus Transportation
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485991
Special Needs Transportation
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485999
All Other Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
486110
Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil
PSC
419
Petroleum Refining
486210
Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas
NAICS
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
486910
Pipeline Transportation of Refined Petroleum Products
NAICS
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
486990
All Other Pipeline Transportation
NAICS
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
487210
Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Water
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
487990
Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Other
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
488190
Other Support Activities for Air Transportation
PNC
NA
Airport Deicing
488310
Port and Harbor Operations
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
488320
Marine Cargo Handling
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
488410
Motor Vehicle Towing
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
488510
Freight Transportation Arrangement
NAICS
47
Transportation Services
488991
Packing and Crating
NAICS
47
Transportation Services
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
488999
All Other Support Activities for Transportation
NAICS
47
Transportation Services
492210
Local Messengers and Local Delivery
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
493110
General Warehousing and Storage
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
493120
Refrigerated Warehousing and Storage
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
493130
Farm Product Warehousing and Storage
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
493190
Other Warehousing and Storage
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
511110
Newspaper Publishers
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
511120
Periodical Publishers
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
511130
Book Publishers
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
511191
Greeting Card Publishers
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
512210
Record Production
NAICS
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
512220
Integrated Record Production/Distribution
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
512240
Sound Recording Studios
NAICS
73
Business Services
512290
Other Sound Recording Industries
NAICS
73
Business Services
515111
Radio Networks
NAICS
48
Communications
515112
Radio Stations
NAICS
48
Communications
516110
Internet publishing and broadcasting
PNC
NA
Printing & Publishing
517110
Wired Telecommunications Carriers
NAICS
48
Communications
517211
Paging Network
NAICS
48
Communications
517212
Cellular and Other Wireless Telecommunications
NAICS
48
Communications
517310
Telecommunications Resellers
NAICS
48
Communications
518112
Web Search Portals (Services, Not Elsewhere
Classified)
NAICS
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
518210
Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
519120
Libraries and Archives
NAICS
82
Educational Services
519190
All Other Information Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
522110
Commercial Banking
NAICS
60
Depository Institutions
522130
Credit Unions
NAICS
60
Depository Institutions
522190
Other Depository Credit Intermediation
NAICS
60
Depository Institutions
522220
Sales Financing
NAICS
61
Nondepository Institutions
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
522291
Consumer Lending
NAICS
61
Nondepository Institutions
522292
Real Estate Credit
NAICS
61
Nondepository Institutions
522298
All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation
NAICS
61
Nondepository Institutions
522320
Financial Transactions Processing, Reserve, and
Clearinghouse Activities
NAICS
73
Business Services
522390
Other Activities Related to Credit Intermediation
NAICS
61
Nondepository Institutions
523110
Investment Banking and Securities Dealing
NAICS
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
523120
Securities Brokerage
NAICS
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
523910
Miscellaneous Intermediation
NAICS
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
523999
Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities
NAICS
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
524126
Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Carriers
NAICS
63
Insurance Carriers
524128
Other Direct Insurance (except Life, Health, and
Medical) Carriers
NAICS
63
Insurance Carriers
524130
Reinsurance Carriers
NAICS
63
Insurance Carriers
531110
Lessors of Residential Buildings and Dwellings
NAICS
65
Real Estate
531120
Lessors of Nonresidential Buildings (except
Miniwarehouses)
NAICS
65
Real Estate
531130
Lessors of Miniwarehouses and Self-Storage Units
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
531190
Lessors of Other Real Estate Property
NAICS
65
Real Estate
531210
Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers
NAICS
65
Real Estate
531311
Residential Property Managers
NAICS
65
Real Estate
531312
Nonresidential Property Managers
NAICS
65
Real Estate
531320
Offices of Real Estate Appraisers
NAICS
65
Real Estate
531390
Other Activities Related to Real Estate
NAICS
65
Real Estate
532120
Truck, Utility Trailer, and RV (Recreational Vehicle)
Rental and Leasing
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
532210
Consumer Electronics and Appliances Rental
NAICS
73
Business Services
532220
Formal Wear and Costume Rental
NAICS
72
Personal Services
532292
Recreational Goods Rental
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
532299
All Other Consumer Goods Rental
NAICS
73
Business Services
532310
General Rental Centers
NAICS
73
Business Services
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NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
532412
Construction, Mining, and Forestry Machinery and
Equipment Rental and Leasing
NAICS
73
Business Services
532420
Office Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing
NAICS
73
Business Services
532490
Other Commercial and Industrial Machinery and
Equipment Rental and Leasing
NAICS
73
Business Services
541199
All Other Legal Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
541320
Landscape Architectural Services
NAICS
87
Engineering & Management Services
541330
Engineering Services
NAICS
87
Engineering & Management Services
541340
Drafting Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
541350
Building Inspection Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
541370
Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
541380
Testing Laboratories
PNC
NA
Independent And Stand Alone Labs
541410
Interior Design Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
541420
Industrial Design Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
541430
Graphic Design Services
PSC
460
Hospital
541490
Other Specialized Design Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
541612
Human Resources Consulting Services
NAICS
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
541614
Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting
Services
NAICS
47
Transportation Services
541618
Other Management Consulting Services
NAICS
87
Engineering & Management Services
541620
Environmental Consulting Services
NAICS
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
541710
Research and Development in the Physical,
Engineering, and Life Sciences
PNC
NA
Independent And Stand Alone Labs
541720
Research and Development in the Social Sciences and
Humanities
NAICS
87
Engineering & Management Services
541870
Advertising Material Distribution Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
541922
Commercial Photography
PSC
460
Hospital
541930
Translation and Interpretation Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
551111
Offices of Bank Holding Companies
NAICS
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
561110
Office Administrative Services
NAICS
87
Engineering & Management Services
561210
Facilities Support Services
NAICS
87
Engineering & Management Services
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
561310
Employment Placement Agencies
NAICS
72
Personal Services
561410
Document Preparation Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
561421
Telephone Answering Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
561422
Telemarketing Bureaus and Other Contact Centers
NAICS
73
Business Services
561431
Private Mail Centers
NAICS
73
Business Services
561439
Other Business Service Centers (including Copy Shops)
NAICS
73
Business Services
561440
Collection Agencies
NAICS
73
Business Services
561491
Repossession Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
561499
All Other Business Support Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
561510
Travel Agencies
NAICS
47
Transportation Services
561591
Convention and Visitors Bureaus
NAICS
73
Business Services
561622
Locksmiths
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
561710
Exterminating and Pest Control Services
NAICS
NA
Sanitary Services
561720
Janitorial Services
PNC
NA
Airport Deicing
561730
Landscaping Services
NAICS
7
Agricultural Services
561910
Packaging and Labeling Services
NAICS
73
Business Services
561920
Convention and Trade Show Organizers
NAICS
73
Business Services
562111
Solid Waste Collection
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
562112
Hazardous Waste Collection
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
562119
Other Waste Collection
NAICS
42
Trucking & Warehousing
562211
Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
PSC
437
Centralized Waste Treatment
562211
Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
PSC
444
Waste Combustors
562211
Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
PSC
445
Landfills
562212
Solid Waste Landfill
PSC
445
Landfills
562213
Solid Waste Combustors and Incinerators
PSC
444
Waste Combustors
562219
Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
PSC
444
Waste Combustors
562219
Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
PSC
437
Centralized Waste Treatment
562219
Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
PSC
445
Landfills
562920
Materials Recovery Facilities
PSC
414
Organic Chemicals, Plastics And Synthetic Fibers
611110
Elementary and Secondary Schools
NAICS
82
Educational Services
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Deseriplion
Tj pe of
(>roiipin<^
40(1 R Piirl or
NAICS Croup
Poini Source C;ilciior\
611210
Junior Colleges
NAICS
82
Educational Services
611310
Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
NAICS
82
Educational Services
611430
Professional and Management Development Training
NAICS
82
Educational Services
611511
Cosmetology and Barber Schools
NAICS
72
Personal Services
611512
Flight Training
NAICS
82
Educational Services
611513
Apprenticeship Training
NAICS
82
Educational Services
611519
Other Technical and Trade Schools
NAICS
82
Educational Services
611630
Language Schools
NAICS
82
Educational Services
611691
Exam Preparation and Tutoring
NAICS
82
Educational Services
611692
Automobile Driving Schools
NAICS
82
Educational Services
621111
Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists)
PSC
460
Hospital
621112
Offices of Physicians, Mental Health Specialists
PSC
460
Hospital
621410
Family Planning Centers
PSC
460
Hospital
621491
HMO Medical Centers
PSC
460
Hospital
621492
Kidney Dialysis Centers
PSC
460
Hospital
621493
Freestanding Ambulatory Surgical and Emergency
Centers
PSC
460
Hospital
621511
Medical Laboratories
PSC
460
Hospital
621512
Diagnostic Imaging Centers
PSC
460
Hospital
621610
Home Health Care Services
PSC
460
Hospital
621910
Ambulance Services
NAICS
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
621991
Blood and Organ Banks
PSC
460
Hospital
621999
All Other Miscellaneous Ambulatory Health Care
Services
PSC
460
Hospital
622110
General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
PSC
460
Hospital
622210
Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals
PSC
460
Hospital
622310
Specialty (except Psychiatric and Substance Abuse)
Hospitals
PSC
460
Hospital
623110
Nursing Care Facilities
PSC
460
Hospital
623220
Residential Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Facilities
NAICS
83
Social Services
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
623311
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
PSC
460
Hospital
623312
Homes for the Elderly
NAICS
83
Social Services
623990
Other Residential Care Facilities
NAICS
83
Social Services
624110
Child and Youth Services
NAICS
83
Social Services
624120
Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities
NAICS
83
Social Services
624190
Other Individual and Family Services
NAICS
83
Social Services
624210
Community Food Services
NAICS
83
Social Services
624221
Temporary Shelters
NAICS
83
Social Services
624229
Other Community Housing Services
NAICS
83
Social Services
624230
Emergency and Other Relief Services
NAICS
83
Social Services
624310
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
NAICS
83
Social Services
624410
Child Day Care Services
NAICS
83
Social Services
711110
Theater Companies and Dinner Theaters
PNC
NA
Food Service Establishments
711190
Other Performing Arts Companies
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
711211
Sports Teams and Clubs
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
711212
Racetracks
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
711219
Other Spectator Sports
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
712110
Museums
NAICS
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
712120
Historical Sites
NAICS
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
712130
Zoos and Botanical Gardens
NAICS
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
713110
Amusement and Theme Parks
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713210
Casinos (except Casino Hotels)
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713290
Other Gambling Industries
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713910
Golf Courses and Country Clubs
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713920
Skiing Facilities
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713930
Marinas
NAICS
44
Water Transportation
713940
Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713950
Bowling Centers
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713990
All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries
NAICS
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
721110
Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels
NAICS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
721120
Casino Hotels
NAICS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721191
Bed-and-Breakfast Inns
NAICS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721199
All Other Traveler Accommodation
NAICS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721211
RV (Recreational Vehicle) Parks and Campgrounds
NAICS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721214
Recreational and Vacation Camps (except
Campgrounds)
NAICS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721310
Rooming and Boarding Houses
NAICS
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
722110
Full-Service Restaurants
PNC
NA
Food Service Establishments
722211
Limited-Service Restaurants
PNC
NA
Food Service Establishments
722212
Cafeterias, Grill Buffets, and Buffets
PNC
NA
Food Service Establishments
722320
Caterers
PNC
NA
Food Service Establishments
722410
Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages)
NAICS
58
Eating & Drinking Places
811111
General Automotive Repair
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811118
Other Automotive Mechanical and Electrical Repair and
Maintenance
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811121
Automotive Body, Paint, and Interior Repair and
Maintenance
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811122
Automotive Glass Replacement Shops
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811191
Automotive Oil Change and Lubrication Shops
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811192
Car Washes
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811198
All Other Automotive Repair and Maintenance
NAICS
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811213
Communication Equipment Repair and Maintenance
NAICS
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
811310
Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment
(except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and
Maintenance
PSC
433
Metal Finishing
811411
Home and Garden Equipment Repair and Maintenance
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
811420
Reupholstery and Furniture Repair
PNC
NA
Airport Deicing
811430
Footwear and Leather Goods Repair
PSC
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
812112
Beauty Salons
NAICS
72
Personal Services
812113
Nail Salons
NAICS
72
Personal Services
812191
Diet and Weight Reducing Centers
NAICS
72
Personal Services
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Table C-3. NAICS/Point Source Category Crosswalk
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
812199
Other Personal Care Services
NAICS
72
Personal Services
812210
Funeral Homes and Funeral Services
NAICS
72
Personal Services
812310
Coin-Operated Laundries and Drycleaners
NAICS
72
Personal Services
812332
Industrial Launderers
PNC
NA
Industrial Laundries
812910
Pet Care (except Veterinary) Services
NAICS
7
Agricultural Services
813110
Religious Organizations
NAICS
86
Membership Organizations
813211
Grantmaking Foundations
NAICS
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
813312
Environment, Conservation and Wildlife Organizations
NAICS
86
Membership Organizations
813319
Other Social Advocacy Organizations
NAICS
86
Membership Organizations
813410
Civic and Social Organizations
NAICS
86
Membership Organizations
813910
Business Associations
NAICS
86
Membership Organizations
813920
Professional Organizations
NAICS
86
Membership Organizations
813930
Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations
NAICS
86
Membership Organizations
814110
Private Households
NAICS
88
Private Households
921110
Executive Offices
NAICS
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
921140
Executive and Legislative Offices, Combined
NAICS
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
921150
American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal
Governments
NAICS
86
Membership Organizations
921190
Other General Government Support
NAICS
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
922110
Courts
NAICS
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
922130
Legal Counsel and Prosecution
NAICS
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
922140
Correctional Institutions
NAICS
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
922150
Parole Offices and Probation Offices
NAICS
83
Social Services
922160
Fire Protection
NAICS
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
922190
Other Justice, Public Order, and Safety Activities
NAICS
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
923120
Administration of Public Health Programs
NAICS
94
Administration Of Human Resources
924110
Administration of Air and Water Resource and Solid
Waste Management Programs
NAICS
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
924120
Administration of Conservation Programs
NAICS
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
925110
Administration of Housing Programs
NAICS
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
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NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Type of
Grouping
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
926110
Administration of General Economic Programs
NAICS
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
926120
Regulation and Administration of Transportation
Programs
NAICS
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
926140
Regulation of Agricultural Marketing and Commodities
NAICS
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
927110
Space Research and Technology
NAICS
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
928110
National Security
NAICS
97
National Security & International Affairs
PSC - Point Source Category.
PNC - Potential new category.
PNS - Potential new subcategory.
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Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
111110
Soybean Farming
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111331
Apple Orchards
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111339
Other Noncitrus Fruit Farming
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111411
Mushroom Production
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111419
Other Food Crops Grown Under Cover
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111421
Nursery and Tree Production
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111422
Floriculture Production
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111930
Sugarcane Farming
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
111991
Sugar Beet Farming
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
112910
Apiculture
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
113310
Logging
24
Lumber & Wood Products
114111
Finfish Fishing
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
114112
Shellfish Fishing
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
115112
Soil Preparation, Planting, and Cultivating
7
Agricultural Services
115114
Postharvest Crop Activities (except Cotton Ginning)
7
Agricultural Services
115310
Support Activities for Forestry
8
Forestry
213113
Support Activities for Coal Mining
12
Coal Mining
221320
Sewage Treatment Facilities
NA
Sewerage Systems
236117
New Housing Operative Builders
15
General Building Contractors
237210
Land Subdivision
65
Real Estate
238110
Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
238140
Masonry Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
238150
Glass and Glazing Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
238190
Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior
Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
238210
Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation
Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
238290
Other Building Equipment Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
238320
Painting and Wall Covering Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
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Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
238350
Finish Carpentry Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
238390
Other Building Finishing Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
238990
All Other Specialty Trade Contractors
17
Special Trade Contractors
311119
Other Animal Food Manufacturing
20
Food & Kindred Products
311811
Retail Bakeries
54
Food Stores
314129
Other Household Textile Product Mills
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
314911
Textile Bag Mills
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
315223
Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Shirt (except Work Shirt)
Manufacturing
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
315231
Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear, and
Nightwear Manufacturing
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
315992AP
Glove and Mitten Manufacturing (Apparel & Other Textile
Products)
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
316213
Men's Footwear (except Athletic) Manufacturing
31
Leather & Leather Products
316219
Other Footwear Manufacturing
31
Leather & Leather Products
321991
Manufactured Home (Mobile Home) Manufacturing
24
Lumber & Wood Products
321992
Prefabricated Wood Building Manufacturing
24
Lumber & Wood Products
322223
Coated Paper Bag and Pouch Manufacturing
26
Paper & Allied Products
322226
Surface-Coated Paperboard Manufacturing
26
Paper & Allied Products
325998BS
All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation
Manufacturing (Business Services)
73
Business Services
327991
Cut Stone and Stone Product Manufacturing
32
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
339944
Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbon Manufacturing
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
423110
Automobile and Other Motor Vehicle Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423120
Motor Vehicle Supplies and New Parts Merchant
Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423140
Motor Vehicle Parts (Used) Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423310
Lumber, Plywood, Millwork, and Wood Panel Merchant
Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423450
Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and Supplies
Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
C-92

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
423510
Metal Service Centers and Other Metal Merchant
Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423520
Coal and Other Mineral and Ore Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423620
Electrical and Electronic Appliance, Television, and Radio
Set Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423690
Other Electronic Parts and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423810
Construction and Mining (except Oil Well) Machinery and
Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423830
Industrial Machinery and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423840
Industrial Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423860
Transportation Equipment and Supplies (except Motor
Vehicle) Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423910
Sporting and Recreational Goods and Supplies Merchant
Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423920
Toy and Hobby Goods and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
423930
Recyclable Material Merchant Wholesalers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
424210
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424310
Piece Goods, Notions, and Other Dry Goods Merchant
Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424340
Footwear Merchant Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424410
General Line Grocery Merchant Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424430
Dairy Product (except Dried or Canned) Merchant
Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424460
Fish and Seafood Merchant Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424490
Other Grocery and Related Products Merchant Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424510
Grain and Field Bean Merchant Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424610
Plastics Materials and Basic Forms and Shapes Merchant
Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424720
Petroleum and Petroleum Products Merchant Wholesalers
(except Bulk Stations and Terminals)
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424910
Farm Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
424920
Book, Periodical, and Newspaper Merchant Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
424990
Other Miscellaneous Nondurable Goods Merchant
Wholesalers
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
441110
New Car Dealers
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
441221
Motorcycle, ATV, and Personal Watercraft Dealers
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
441222
Boat Dealers
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
441229
All Other Motor Vehicle Dealers
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
441320
Tire Dealers
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
442291
Window Treatment Stores
57
Furniture & Homefurnishings Stores
444110
Home Centers
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
445120
Convenience Stores
54
Food Stores
445220
Fish and Seafood Markets
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
445230
Fruit and Vegetable Markets
54
Food Stores
445291
Baked Goods Stores
54
Food Stores
445292
Confectionery and Nut Stores
54
Food Stores
445299
All Other Specialty Food Stores
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
446110
Pharmacies and Drug Stores
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
446130
Optical Goods Stores
59
Miscellaneous Retail
446191
Food (Health) Supplement Stores
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
447190
Other Gasoline Stations
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
451120
Hobby, Toy, and Game Stores
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
451211
Book Stores
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
452111
Department Stores (except Discount Department Stores)
53
General Merchandise Stores
452112
Discount Department Stores
53
General Merchandise Stores
452910
Warehouse Clubs and Supercenters
54
Food Stores
453220
Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Stores
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
453920
Art Dealers
59
Miscellaneous Retail
453930
Manufactured (Mobile) Home Dealers
52
Building Materials & Gardening Supplies
453991
Tobacco Stores
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
454319
Other Fuel Dealers
59
Miscellaneous Retail
454390
Other Direct Selling Establishments
54
Food Stores
C-94

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
481111
Scheduled Passenger Air Transportation
45
Transportation By Air
481112
Scheduled Freight Air Transportation
45
Transportation By Air
481219
Other Nonscheduled Air Transportation
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
483111
Deep Sea Freight Transportation
44
Water Transportation
484110
General Freight Trucking, Local
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484121
General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Truckload
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484122
General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Less Than
Truckload
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484210
Used Household and Office Goods Moving
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484220
Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Local
42
Trucking & Warehousing
484230
Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Long-
Distance
42
Trucking & Warehousing
485111
Mixed Mode Transit Systems
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485112
Commuter Rail Systems
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485113
Bus and Other Motor Vehicle Transit Systems
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485119
Other Urban Transit Systems
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485320
Limousine Service
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485410
School and Employee Bus Transportation
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485991
Special Needs Transportation
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
485999
All Other Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
486210
Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
486910
Pipeline Transportation of Refined Petroleum Products
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
486990
All Other Pipeline Transportation
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
487210
Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Water
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
487990
Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Other
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
488410
Motor Vehicle Towing
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
488510
Freight Transportation Arrangement
47
Transportation Services
488991
Packing and Crating
47
Transportation Services
488999
All Other Support Activities for Transportation
47
Transportation Services
492210
Local Messengers and Local Delivery
42
Trucking & Warehousing
C-95

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
493110
General Warehousing and Storage
42
Trucking & Warehousing
493120
Refrigerated Warehousing and Storage
42
Trucking & Warehousing
493130
Farm Product Warehousing and Storage
42
Trucking & Warehousing
493190
Other Warehousing and Storage
42
Trucking & Warehousing
512210
Record Production
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
512240
Sound Recording Studios
73
Business Services
512290
Other Sound Recording Industries
73
Business Services
515111
Radio Networks
48
Communications
515112
Radio Stations
48
Communications
517110
Wired Telecommunications Carriers
48
Communications
517211
Paging Network
48
Communications
517212
Cellular and Other Wireless Telecommunications
48
Communications
517310
Telecommunications Resellers
48
Communications
518112
Web Search Portals (Services, Not Elsewhere Classified)
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
518210
Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
73
Business Services
519120
Libraries and Archives
82
Educational Services
519190
All Other Information Services
73
Business Services
522110
Commercial Banking
60
Depository Institutions
522130
Credit Unions
60
Depository Institutions
522190
Other Depository Credit Intermediation
60
Depository Institutions
522220
Sales Financing
61
Nondepository Institutions
522291
Consumer Lending
61
Nondepository Institutions
522292
Real Estate Credit
61
Nondepository Institutions
522298
All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation
61
Nondepository Institutions
522320
Financial Transactions Processing, Reserve, and
Clearinghouse Activities
73
Business Services
522390
Other Activities Related to Credit Intermediation
61
Nondepository Institutions
523110
Investment Banking and Securities Dealing
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
523120
Securities Brokerage
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
523910
Miscellaneous Intermediation
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
C-96

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
523999
Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities
62
Security & Commodity Brokers
524126
Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Carriers
63
Insurance Carriers
524128
Other Direct Insurance (except Life, Health, and Medical)
Carriers
63
Insurance Carriers
524130
Reinsurance Carriers
63
Insurance Carriers
531110
Lessors of Residential Buildings and Dwellings
65
Real Estate
531120
Lessors of Nonresidential Buildings (except
Miniwarehouses)
65
Real Estate
531130
Lessors of Miniwarehouses and Self-Storage Units
42
Trucking & Warehousing
531190
Lessors of Other Real Estate Property
65
Real Estate
531210
Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers
65
Real Estate
531311
Residential Property Managers
65
Real Estate
531312
Nonresidential Property Managers
65
Real Estate
531320
Offices of Real Estate Appraisers
65
Real Estate
531390
Other Activities Related to Real Estate
65
Real Estate
532120
Truck, Utility Trailer, and RV (Recreational Vehicle) Rental
and Leasing
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
532210
Consumer Electronics and Appliances Rental
73
Business Services
532220
Formal Wear and Costume Rental
72
Personal Services
532292
Recreational Goods Rental
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
532299
All Other Consumer Goods Rental
73
Business Services
532310
General Rental Centers
73
Business Services
532412
Construction, Mining, and Forestry Machinery and
Equipment Rental and Leasing
73
Business Services
532420
Office Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing
73
Business Services
532490
Other Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment
Rental and Leasing
73
Business Services
541199
All Other Legal Services
73
Business Services
541320
Landscape Architectural Services
87
Engineering & Management Services
541330
Engineering Services
87
Engineering & Management Services
541340
Drafting Services
73
Business Services
C-97

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
541350
Building Inspection Services
73
Business Services
541370
Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services
73
Business Services
541410
Interior Design Services
73
Business Services
541420
Industrial Design Services
73
Business Services
541490
Other Specialized Design Services
73
Business Services
541612
Human Resources Consulting Services
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
541614
Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting
Services
47
Transportation Services
541618
Other Management Consulting Services
87
Engineering & Management Services
541620
Environmental Consulting Services
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
541720
Research and Development in the Social Sciences and
Humanities
87
Engineering & Management Services
541870
Advertising Material Distribution Services
73
Business Services
541930
Translation and Interpretation Services
73
Business Services
551111
Offices of Bank Holding Companies
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
561110
Office Administrative Services
87
Engineering & Management Services
561210
Facilities Support Services
87
Engineering & Management Services
561310
Employment Placement Agencies
72
Personal Services
561410
Document Preparation Services
73
Business Services
561421
Telephone Answering Services
73
Business Services
561422
Telemarketing Bureaus and Other Contact Centers
73
Business Services
561431
Private Mail Centers
73
Business Services
561439
Other Business Service Centers (including Copy Shops)
73
Business Services
561440
Collection Agencies
73
Business Services
561491
Repossession Services
73
Business Services
561499
All Other Business Support Services
73
Business Services
561510
Travel Agencies
47
Transportation Services
561591
Convention and Visitors Bureaus
73
Business Services
561710
Exterminating and Pest Control Services
NA
Sanitary Services
561730
Landscaping Services
7
Agricultural Services
C-98

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
561910
Packaging and Labeling Services
73
Business Services
561920
Convention and Trade Show Organizers
73
Business Services
562111
Solid Waste Collection
42
Trucking & Warehousing
562112
Hazardous Waste Collection
42
Trucking & Warehousing
562119
Other Waste Collection
42
Trucking & Warehousing
611110
Elementary and Secondary Schools
82
Educational Services
611210
Junior Colleges
82
Educational Services
611310
Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
82
Educational Services
611430
Professional and Management Development Training
82
Educational Services
611511
Cosmetology and Barber Schools
72
Personal Services
611512
Flight Training
82
Educational Services
611513
Apprenticeship Training
82
Educational Services
611519
Other Technical and Trade Schools
82
Educational Services
611630
Language Schools
82
Educational Services
611691
Exam Preparation and Tutoring
82
Educational Services
611692
Automobile Driving Schools
82
Educational Services
621910
Ambulance Services
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
623220
Residential Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities
83
Social Services
623312
Homes for the Elderly
83
Social Services
623990
Other Residential Care Facilities
83
Social Services
624110
Child and Youth Services
83
Social Services
624120
Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities
83
Social Services
624190
Other Individual and Family Services
83
Social Services
624210
Community Food Services
83
Social Services
624221
Temporary Shelters
83
Social Services
624229
Other Community Housing Services
83
Social Services
624230
Emergency and Other Relief Services
83
Social Services
624310
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
83
Social Services
624410
Child Day Care Services
83
Social Services
711190
Other Performing Arts Companies
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
C-99

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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
711211
Sports Teams and Clubs
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
711212
Racetracks
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
711219
Other Spectator Sports
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
712110
Museums
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
712120
Historical Sites
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
712130
Zoos and Botanical Gardens
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
713110
Amusement and Theme Parks
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713210
Casinos (except Casino Hotels)
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713290
Other Gambling Industries
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713910
Golf Courses and Country Clubs
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713920
Skiing Facilities
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713930
Marinas
44
Water Transportation
713940
Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713950
Bowling Centers
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
713990
All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
721110
Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721120
Casino Hotels
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721191
Bed-and-Breakfast Inns
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721199
All Other Traveler Accommodation
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721211
RV (Recreational Vehicle) Parks and Campgrounds
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721214
Recreational and Vacation Camps (except Campgrounds)
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
721310
Rooming and Boarding Houses
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
722410
Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages)
58
Eating & Drinking Places
811111
General Automotive Repair
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811118
Other Automotive Mechanical and Electrical Repair and
Maintenance
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811121
Automotive Body, Paint, and Interior Repair and
Maintenance
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811122
Automotive Glass Replacement Shops
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811191
Automotive Oil Change and Lubrication Shops
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
811192
Car Washes
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811198
All Other Automotive Repair and Maintenance
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
811213
Communication Equipment Repair and Maintenance
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
812112
Beauty Salons
72
Personal Services
812113
Nail Salons
72
Personal Services
812191
Diet and Weight Reducing Centers
72
Personal Services
812199
Other Personal Care Services
72
Personal Services
812210
Funeral Homes and Funeral Services
72
Personal Services
812310
Coin-Operated Laundries and Drycleaners
72
Personal Services
812910
Pet Care (except Veterinary) Services
7
Agricultural Services
813110
Religious Organizations
86
Membership Organizations
813211
Grantmaking Foundations
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
813312
Environment, Conservation and Wildlife Organizations
86
Membership Organizations
813319
Other Social Advocacy Organizations
86
Membership Organizations
813410
Civic and Social Organizations
86
Membership Organizations
813910
Business Associations
86
Membership Organizations
813920
Professional Organizations
86
Membership Organizations
813930
Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations
86
Membership Organizations
814110
Private Households
88
Private Households
921110
Executive Offices
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
921140
Executive and Legislative Offices, Combined
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
921150
American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Governments
86
Membership Organizations
921190
Other General Government Support
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
922110
Courts
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
922130
Legal Counsel and Prosecution
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
922140
Correctional Institutions
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
922150
Parole Offices and Probation Offices
83
Social Services
922160
Fire Protection
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
922190
Other Justice, Public Order, and Safety Activities
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
923120
Administration of Public Health Programs
94
Administration Of Human Resources
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Appendix C—Supplemental Materials for EAD's Toxicity Rankings Analysis
Table C-4. NAICS Codes Not Assigned to a Point Source Category
NAICS Code
NAICS Description
Major NAICS
Group
Point Source Category
924110
Administration of Air and Water Resource and Solid Waste
Management Programs
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
924120
Administration of Conservation Programs
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
925110
Administration of Housing Programs
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
926110
Administration of General Economic Programs
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
926120
Regulation and Administration of Transportation Programs
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
926140
Regulation of Agricultural Marketing and Commodities
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
927110
Space Research and Technology
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
928110
National Security
97
National Security & International Affairs
C-102

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APPENDIX D
SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT
OF TRILTOutput2013 AND DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l: Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data (DMRLTOutput2013)
Table D-2: Corrections Made to the 2013 TRI Data (TRILTOutput2013)

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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3_304M
AL0071285
EQUITY GROUP EUFAULA
DIVISION LLC
BAKERHILL
AL
01A
1
01027
31-DEC-13
2.8
0.0028
MC3_304M
AL0071285
EQUITY GROUP EUFAULA
DIVISION LLC
BAKERHILL
AL
01A
1
01042
31-DEC-13
4.7
0.0047
MC3_304M
AL0071285
EQUITY GROUP EUFAULA
DIVISION LLC
BAKERHILL
AL
01A
1
01067
31-DEC-13
27.2
0.0272
MC3_304M
AL0071285
EQUITY GROUP EUFAULA
DIVISION LLC
BAKERHILL
AL
01A
1
01092
31-DEC-13
10.4
0.0104
MC3
AL0080233
THYSSENKRUPP STAINLESS
USA
CALVERT
AL
009
1
71900
31-DEC-13
11
0.000011
MC3
ALG180621
H AND R METAL RECYCLING
HALEYVILLE
AL
002
1
71900
31-DEC-13
9
0.000009
MC3
CA0004863
CONTRA COSTA GENERATING
STATION
ANTIOCH
CA
001
1
71901
30-JUN-13
3.415
0.00000341
5
MC3
CA0048127
LOMPOC WASTEWATER
PLANT
LOMPOC
CA
001
1
34675
31-DEC-13
0.00484
4.84E-09
MC3
CA0053597
CAMARILLO SANITARY DIST
WATER RECLAMATION PLANT
CAMARILLO
CA
01A
1
03818
30-JUN-13
0.00154
1.54E-09
MC3
CA0053597
CAMARILLO SANITARY DIST
WATER RECLAMATION PLANT
CAMARILLO
CA
01A
1
03818
31-MAR-13
0.00231
2.31E-09
MC3
CA0053716
WHITTIER NARROWS WATER
RECLAMATION PLANT
SOUTH EL
MONTE
CA
001
1
34675
30-JUN-13
0.015
0.00000001
5
MC3
CA0053716
WHITTIER NARROWS WATER
RECLAMATION PLANT
SOUTH EL
MONTE
CA
002
1
34675
30-JUN-13
0.015
0.00000001
5
MC3
CA0053716
WHITTIER NARROWS WATER
RECLAMATION PLANT
SOUTH EL
MONTE
CA
004
1
34675
30-JUN-13
0.015
0.00000001
5
MC3
CA0079189
VISALIA WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
VISALIA
CA
001
1
03818
31-DEC-13
0.0084
8.4E-09
MC3
CA0079189
VISALIA WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
VISALIA
CA
001
1
30344
31-DEC-13
0.054
0.00000005
4
MC3
CA0079189
VISALIA WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
VISALIA
CA
001
1
30345
31-DEC-13
0.054
0.00000005
4
MC3
CA0079189
VISALIA WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
VISALIA
CA
001
1
30346
31-DEC-13
0.054
0.00000005
4
MC3
CA0079189
VISALIA WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
VISALIA
CA
001
1
30347
31-DEC-13
0.054
0.00000005
4
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
CA0079189
VISALIA WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
VISALIA
CA
001
1
30358
31-DEC-13
0.054
0.00000005
4
MC3
CA0079189
VISALIA WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
VISALIA
CA
001
1
34675
31-DEC-13
0.011
0.00000001
1
MC3
CA0079189
VISALIA WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
VISALIA
CA
001
1
38691
31-DEC-13
0.011
0.00000001
1
MC3
CT0024694
EAST HAMPTON WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
EAST HAMPTON
CT
001
s
78471
30-JUN-13
1.06
0.00000106
MC3
CT0024694
EAST HAMPTON WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
EAST HAMPTON
CT
001
s
78471
30-SEP-13
1.38
0.00000138
MC3
CT0024694
EAST HAMPTON WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
EAST HAMPTON
CT
001
s
78471
31-DEC-13
1.02
0.00000102
MC3
CT0024694
EAST HAMPTON WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
EAST HAMPTON
CT
001
s
78471
31-MAR-13
1.23
0.00000123
MC3
CT0024759
PL 612 WHEELERS FARMS
LIMITED
MILFORD
CT
001
s
78471
31-DEC-13
1.41
0.00000141
MC3
CTO100056
WESTSIDE WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
BRIDGEPORT
CT
001
s
78471
31-MAY-13
1.27
0.00000127
MC3
CT0100056
WESTSIDE WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
BRIDGEPORT
CT
001
SL
78471
30-NOV-13
1.67
0.00000167
MC3
CT0100056
WESTSIDE WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
BRIDGEPORT
CT
001
SL
78471
31-JUL-13
1.69
0.00000169
MC3
CT0100081
CHESIRE,WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
CHESHIRE
CT
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.76
0.00000176
MC3
CT0100145
DANBURY WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
DANBURY
CT
001
S
78471
30-NOV-13
1.27
0.00000127
MC3
CT0100145
DANBURY WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
DANBURY
CT
001
S
78471
31-JUL-13
1.15
0.00000115
MC3
CT0100145
DANBURY WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
DANBURY
CT
001
s
78471
31-MAY-13
1.39
0.00000139
MC3
CTO 100218
FARMINGTON WPCF
FARMINGTON
CT
001
s
78471
31-DEC-13
2.77
0.00000277
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
CTO100226
GLASTONBURY WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
GLASTONBURY
CT
001
SL
78471
31-MAY-13
1.29
0.00000129
MC3
CTO100234
GREENWICH WPCF
GREENWICH
CT
001
s
78471
31-JAN-13
3.78
0.00000378
MC3
CT0100251
HARTFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
HARTFORD
CT
001
s
78471
30-NOV-13
1.09
0.00000109
MC3
CT0100251
HARTFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
HARTFORD
CT
001
s
78471
30-SEP-13
2.12
0.00000212
MC3
CT0100251
HARTFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
HARTFORD
CT
001
s
78471
31-DEC-13
1.95
0.00000195
MC3
CTO 100269
JEWETT CITY WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL PLANT
JEWETT CITY
CT
001
s
78471
30-JUN-13
4.1
0.0000041
MC3
CTO 100269
JEWETT CITY WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL PLANT
JEWETT CITY
CT
001
s
78471
30-SEP-13
2.9
0.0000029
MC3
CTO 100293
HOCKANUM RIVER WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
MANCHESTER
CT
001
SL
78471
30-NOV-13
1
0.000001
MC3
CTO 100293
HOCKANUM RIVER WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
MANCHESTER
CT
001
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.19
0.00000119
MC3
CTO 100293
HOCKANUM RIVER WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
MANCHESTER
CT
001
SL
78471
31-JAN-13
1.05
0.00000105
MC3
CTO 100293
HOCKANUM RIVER WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
MANCHESTER
CT
001
SL
78471
31-JUL-13
1.25
0.00000125
MC3
CT0100293
HOCKANUM RIVER WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
MANCHESTER
CT
001
SL
78471
31-MAR-13
1.18
0.00000118
MC3
CTO 100293
HOCKANUM RIVER WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
MANCHESTER
CT
001
SL
78471
31-MAY-13
1.68
0.00000168
MC3
CTO 1003 31
NEW HARTFORD WPCF
NEW HARTFORD
CT
001
S
78471
31-AUG-13
2.71
0.00000271
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
CT0100391
NEW MILFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
NEW MILFORD
CT
001
SL
78471
30-NOV-13
1.41
0.00000141
MC3
CT0100391
NEW MILFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
NEW MILFORD
CT
001
SL
78471
31-AUG-13
1.32
0.00000132
MC3
CT0100391
NEW MILFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
NEW MILFORD
CT
001
SL
78471
31-MAY-13
1.25
0.00000125
MC3
CT0100455
PLAINVILLE WPCF
PLAINVILLE
CT
001
S
78471
31-OCT-13
2.8
0.0000028
MC3
CT0100480
ROCKY HILL WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
ROCKY HILL
CT
001
S
78471
31-OCT-13
1.34
0.00000134
MC3
CTO100498
TOWN OF SALISBURY WPCF
SALISBURY
CT
001
S
78471
31-DEC-13
1.8
0.0000018
MC3
CT0100528
SOUTHBURY TRAINING
SCHOOL
SOUTHBURY
CT
001
S
78471
30-APR-13
11.1
0.0000111
MC3
CTO 100528
SOUTHBURY TRAINING
SCHOOL
SOUTHBURY
CT
001
S
78471
31-JAN-13
8.13
0.00000813
MC3
CTO 100609
VERNON WPCF
VERNON
CT
001
S
78471
30-SEP-13
2.35
0.00000235
MC3
CTO 100609
VERNON WPCF
VERNON
CT
001
S
78471
31-MAR-13
1.08
0.00000108
MC3
CTO 100609
VERNON WPCF
VERNON
CT
001
s
78471
31-MAY-13
3.86
0.00000386
MC3
CT0100617
WALLINGFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WALLINGFORD
CT
001
s
78471
30-APR-13
1.65
0.00000165
MC3
CTO 100617
WALLINGFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WALLINGFORD
CT
001
s
78471
30-JUN-13
1.25
0.00000125
MC3
CTO 100617
WALLINGFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WALLINGFORD
CT
001
s
78471
31-DEC-13
1.2
0.0000012
MC3
CTO 100617
WALLINGFORD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WALLINGFORD
CT
001
s
78471
31-OCT-13
2.04
0.00000204
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
CT0100625
WATERBURY WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WATERBURY
CT
001
s
78471
30-NOV-13
5
0.000005
MC3
CT0100625
WATERBURY WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WATERBURY
CT
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
7.23
0.00000723
MC3
CTO100641
NAUGATUCK WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
NAUGATUCK
CT
001
s
78471
30-NOV-13
1.11
0.00000111
MC3
CTO100641
NAUGATUCK WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
NAUGATUCK
CT
001
s
78471
30-SEP-13
1.12
0.00000112
MC3
CTO 100641
NAUGATUCK WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
NAUGATUCK
CT
001
s
78471
31-OCT-13
1.06
0.00000106
MC3
CT0100854
RIDGEFIELD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
RIDGEFIELD
CT
001
s
78471
31-DEC-13
34.7
0.0000347
MC3
CTO 100960
PUTNAM W P C F
PUTNAM
CT
001
SL
78471
31-AUG-13
2
0.000002
MC3
CT0100994
POQUONOCK WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WINDSOR
CT
001
S
78471
30-SEP-13
4.99
0.00000499
MC3
CTO 100994
POQUONOCK WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WINDSOR
CT
001
s
78471
31-DEC-13
1.75
0.00000175
MC3
CT0101010
EASTSIDE WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
BRIDGEPORT
CT
001
s
78471
30-SEP-13
3.97
0.00000397
MC3
CT0101052
SHARON WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
SHARON
CT
001
s
78471
31-AUG-13
25.7
0.0000257
MC3
CT0101079
WEST HAVEN WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
WEST HAVEN
CT
001
SL
78471
31-JAN-13
1.5
0.0000015
MC3
CT0101184
GROTON WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
GROTON
CT
001
S
78471
30-APR-13
3.02
0.00000302
MC3
CT0101184
GROTON WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
GROTON
CT
001
S
78471
31-JAN-13
3.92
0.00000392
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
CT0101184
GROTON WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
GROTON
CT
001
S
78471
31-JUL-13
3.87
0.00000387
MC3
CT0101184
GROTON WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL FACILITY
GROTON
CT
001
s
78471
31-OCT-13
4.17
0.00000417
MC3
CT0101214
STAFFORD WPCF
STAFFORD
SPRINGS
CT
001
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
197
0.000197
MC3
CT0101249
NORWALK WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
NORWALK
CT
001
S
78471
30-SEP-13
1.11
0.00000111
MC3
CT0101281
STONINGTON BOROUGH WPCF
STONINGTON
CT
001
S
78471
31-JAN-13
1.07
0.00000107
MC3
CT0101354
FAIR VIEW COUNTRY CLUB,
INC.
GREENWICH
CT
001
S
78471
31-AUG-13
1.11
0.00000111
MC3
CT0101451
RIDGEFIELD WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
RIDGEFIELD
CT
001
S
78471
28-FEB-13
17.6
0.0000176
MC3
CT0101656
MILFORD - HOUSATONIC
WPCF
MILFORD
CT
001
S
78471
30-JUN-13
1
0.000001
MC3
CT0101745
DEEP RIVER WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
FACILITY
DEEP RIVER
CT
001
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.07
0.00000107
MC3
CT0101788
NEWTOWN /WPCF
NEWTOWN
CT
001
S
78471
31-JAN-13
1.06
0.00000106
MC3
CT0101788
NEWTOWN /WPCF
NEWTOWN
CT
001
S
78471
31-JUL-13
1.76
0.00000176
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
28-FEB-13
28

D-6
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
30-JUN-13
30 ,
1
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
30-SEP-13
30 ,
1
D-8

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-AUG-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
31-DEC-13
31,
1
D-9

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
31-JAN-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-JUL-13
31,
1
D-10

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-MAR-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-MAY-13
31,
1
D-ll

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01040
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01042
31-OCT-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01105
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
30-JUN-13
91,
1
D-12

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
30-JUN-13
91

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
30-JUN-13
91
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
30-JUN-13
91 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
32106
30-JUN-13
91

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
30-JUN-13
91
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
30-JUN-13
91 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
61209
30-JUN-13
91

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
30-SEP-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
30-SEP-13
92 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
30-SEP-13
92

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
30-SEP-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
32106
30-SEP-13
92 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
30-SEP-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
30-SEP-13
92 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
61209
30-SEP-13
92

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-DEC-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-DEC-13
92,
1
D-13

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-DEC-13
92

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-DEC-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
32106
31-DEC-13
92 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-DEC-13
92

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-DEC-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
61209
31-DEC-13
92 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00400
31-MAR-13
90

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00530
31-MAR-13
90
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
00980
31-MAR-13
90 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
01046
31-MAR-13
90

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
32106
31-MAR-13
90
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50050
31-MAR-13
90 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
50060
31-MAR-13
90
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
1
61209
31-MAR-13
90 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
30-JUN-13
30 ,
1
D-14

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
K
81011
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
SC
01046
30-JUN-13
91
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
SC
01105
30-JUN-13
91
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
SC
50050
30-JUN-13
91
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
SC
01046
30-SEP-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
SC
01105
30-SEP-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
SC
50050
30-SEP-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
SC
01046
31-DEC-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
SC
01105
31-DEC-13
92
1
D-15

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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
sc
50050
31-DEC-13
92
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
sc
01046
31-MAR-13
90
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
sc
01105
31-MAR-13
90
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
002
sc
50050
31-MAR-13
90
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
28-FEB-13
28 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
30-APR-13
30 ,
1
D-16

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
30-NOV-13
30 ,
1
D-17

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
31-AUG-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
31-AUG-13
31,
1
D-18

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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
31-JAN-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
31-JAN-13
31,
1
D-19

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
31-MAR-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
31-MAY-13
31,
1
D-20

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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00400
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00530
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
00980
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01040
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01042
31-OCT-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01046
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
01105
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
1
50050
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
30-APR-13
30 ,
1
D-21

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
003
K
81011
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
28-FEB-13
28 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
28-FEB-13
28,
1
D-22

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
30-JUN-13
30 ,
1
D-23

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
31-AUG-13
31,
1
D-24

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
31-DEC-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
31-JAN-13
31,
1
D-25

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
31-JUL-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
31-MAR-13
31,
1
D-26

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
31-MAY-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00400
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00530
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
00980
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01040
31-OCT-13
31,
1
D-27

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01042
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01046
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
01105
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
1
50050
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
31-JAN-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
004
K
81011
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
28-FEB-13
28,
1
D-28

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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
31-DEC-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
31-JUL-13
31,
1
D-29

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01046
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
0
01105
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
30-JUN-13
30 ,
1
D-30

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
31-AUG-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
31-DEC-13
31,
1
D-31

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
31-MAR-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00400
31-OCT-13
31,
1
D-32

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
00530
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50050
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
006
1
50060
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
31-DEC-13
31,
1
D-33

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01046
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
0
01105
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
28-FEB-13
28 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
30-APR-13
30 ,
1
D-34

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
30-SEP-13
30 ,
1
D-35

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
31-JAN-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
31-JUL-13
31,
1
D-36

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
31-MAY-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00400
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00530
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
00980
31-OCT-13
31,
1
D-37

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50050
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
007
1
50060
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
30-JUN-13
30 ,
1
D-38

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
30-SEP-13
30 ,
1
D-39

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
31-DEC-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
31-DEC-13
31,
1
D-40

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
31-JUL-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
31-MAR-13
31,
1
D-41

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00400
31-OCT-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00530
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
00980
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01046
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
01105
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50050
31-OCT-13
31,
1
D-42

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
008
1
50060
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
28-FEB-13
28 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
28-FEB-13
28

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
30-APR-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
30-JUN-13
30 ,
1
D-43

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
30-JUN-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
30-NOV-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
30-SEP-13
30

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
31-AUG-13
31,
1
D-44

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
31-AUG-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
31-AUG-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
31-DEC-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
31-DEC-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
31-JAN-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
31-JAN-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
31-JAN-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
31-JUL-13
31,
1
D-45

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
31-JUL-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
31-JUL-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
31-MAR-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
31-MAR-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
31-MAY-13
31 1

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
31-MAY-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
31-MAY-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00400
31-OCT-13
31,
1
D-46

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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00530
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
00980
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
01046
31-OCT-13
31 1
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50050
31-OCT-13
31

NMBR OF D
AYS
DC0000019
US ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS DALECARLIA WTP
WASHINGTON
DC
009
1
50060
31-OCT-13
31
1
MCI
FLO102202
PACE WATER SYSTEM, INC
WWTP #1
PACE
FL
001
Q
71901
31-DEC-13
1.6 ]
0.0000016
FQ1_304M
GA0003191
FELDSPAR MONTICELLO
PLANT
MONTICELLO
GA
001
l
50050
30-NOV-13
595.8
0.00596
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
28-FEB-13
3.2
0.0000032
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
28-FEB-13
3.2
0.0000032
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
30-APR-13
3.1
0.0000031
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
30-APR-13
3.1
0.0000031
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
30-NOV-13
1.4
0.0000014
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
30-NOV-13
1.4
0.0000014
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
30-SEP-13
2.2
0.0000022
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
30-SEP-13
2.2
0.0000022
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
31-AUG-13
5.1
0.0000051
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
31-AUG-13
5.1
0.0000051
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
31-DEC-13
2.6
0.0000026
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
31-DEC-13
2.6
0.0000026
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
31-JAN-13
2.4
0.0000024
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
31-JAN-13
2.4
0.0000024
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
31-JUL-13
3.6
0.0000036
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
0B1
l
71901
31-JUL-13
3.6
0.0000036
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-MAY-13
2.6
0.0000026
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-MAY-13
2.6
0.0000026
MC3
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-OCT-13
1.5
0.0000015
MC2
GA0026638
LEESBURG POND WPCP
LEESBURG
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-OCT-13
1.5
0.0000015
MC2
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
30-SEP-13
1.38
0.00000138
MQ1
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
30-SEP-13
6.864
0.00000686
4
MQ2
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
30-SEP-13
6.864
0.00000686
4
MC3
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
30-SEP-13
1.38
0.00000138
MQ1
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-JUL-13
6.0845
6.0845E-06
MQ2
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-JUL-13
6.0845
6.0845E-06
MC2
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-OCT-13
1.64
0.00000164
MQ2
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-OCT-13
5.9161
5.9161E-06
MC3
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-OCT-13
1.64
0.00000164
MQ1
GA0031046
FORT VALLEY WPCP
FORT VALLEY
GA
OBI
1
71901
31-OCT-13
5.9161
5.9161E-06
MC2
GA0038466
WAYNESBORO (BRIER CREEK)
WAYNESBORO
GA
0B0
1
71901
30-JUN-13
45600
0.0456
MC2
GA0038466
WAYNESBORO (BRIER CREEK)
WAYNESBORO
GA
0B0
1
71901
31-DEC-13
2.88
0.00000288
MC3
IL0020583
FOX RIVER GROVE WWTP
FOX RIVER
GROVE
IL
001
1
71900
28-FEB-13
5.66
0.00000566
MC3
IL0022179
MOMENCE STW
MOMENCE
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAR-13
1.5
0.0000015
MC3
IL0022675
CARLINVILLE STP, CITY OF
CARLINVILLE
IL
001
1
71900
30-APR-13
9.92
0.00000992
MC3
IL0022675
CARLINVILLE STP, CITY OF
CARLINVILLE
IL
001
1
71900
31-OCT-13
6.87
0.00000687
MC2
IL0023612
CLINTON SD STP
CLINTON
IL
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
2.916
0.00000291
6
MC3
IL0023612
CLINTON SD STP
CLINTON
IL
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
6.11
0.00000611
MC2
IL0023612
CLINTON SD STP
CLINTON
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAY-13
3.056
0.00000305
6
MC3
IL0025089
MANTENO WPCC, VILLAGE OF
MANTENO
IL
001
1
71900
31-JAN-13
41
0.000041
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
IL0028347
DEERFIELD, VILLAGE OF
DEERFIELD
IL
001
8
71900
30-SEP-13
1.29
0.00000129
MC3
IL0028347
DEERFIELD, VILLAGE OF
DEERFIELD
IL
001
8
71900
31-MAR-13
1.58
0.00000158
MC3
IL0029947
NORTH SLOPE TREATMENT
PLANT
MOLINE
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAY-13
1
0.000001
MC3
IL0060674
CORA TERMINAL
ROCKWOOD
IL
001
1
71900
31-DEC-13
2.03
0.00000203
MCI
IL0060674
CORA TERMINAL
ROCKWOOD
IL
001
1
71900
31-DEC-13
2.03
0.00000203
MCI
IL0060674
CORA TERMINAL
ROCKWOOD
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAR-13
9.07
0.00000907
MC3
IL0060674
CORA TERMINAL
ROCKWOOD
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAR-13
9.07
0.00000907
MC2
IL0061107
CID RECYCLING & DISPOSAL
FACILITY
CALUMET CITY
IL
003
1
71900
30-JUN-13
5
0.000005
MC3
IL0061107
CID RECYCLING & DISPOSAL
FACILITY
CALUMET CITY
IL
003
1
71900
30-JUN-13
5
0.000005
MC3
IL0061956
VIPER MINE
ELKHART
IL
006
1
71900
31-MAY-13
1.26
0.00000126
MC3
IL0064998
CREST HILL WWTF
CREST HILL
IL
001
1
71900
30-APR-13
1.53
0.00000153
MC3
IL0065188
DUPAGE CO PW-KNOLLWOOD
STP
BURR RIDGE
IL
001
1
71900
28-FEB-13
2.2
0.0000022
MC3
IL0068641
SPOON RIDGE LANDFILL
FAIR VIEW
IL
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
2.8
0.0000028
MC2
IL0068641
SPOON RIDGE LANDFILL
FAIR VIEW
IL
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
2.8
0.0000028
MC3
IL0068641
SPOON RIDGE LANDFILL
FAIR VIEW
IL
002
1
71900
30-SEP-13
2.8
0.0000028
MC2
IL0068641
SPOON RIDGE LANDFILL
FAIR VIEW
IL
002
1
71900
30-SEP-13
2.8
0.0000028
MC3
IL0070912
RUSSELL MINERALS WEST
FRANKFORT INC
WEST
FRANKFORT
IL
001
1
71900
30-APR-13
200
0.0002
MC3
IL0070912
RUSSELL MINERALS WEST
FRANKFORT INC
WEST
FRANKFORT
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAR-13
200
0.0002
MC3
IL0072192
FRANKFORT REGIONAL WWTP
FRANKFORT
IL
001
1
71900
28-FEB-13
5.91
0.00000591
MC3
IL0072656
KNIGHT HAWK COAL LLC
VERGENNES
IL
007
1
71900
30-NOV-13
1.12
0.00000112
MC3
IL0075647
STREATOR ENERGY
PARTNERS LLC
STREATOR
IL
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
1.3
0.0000013
MC2
IL0075647
STREATOR ENERGY
PARTNERS LLC
STREATOR
IL
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
1.3
0.0000013
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC2
IL0075647
STREATOR ENERGY
PARTNERS LLC
STREATOR
IL
001
1
71900
31-DEC-13
6.5
0.0000065
MC3
IL0075647
STREATOR ENERGY
PARTNERS LLC
STREATOR
IL
001
1
71900
31-DEC-13
6.5
0.0000065
MC2
IL0075647
STREATOR ENERGY
PARTNERS LLC
STREATOR
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAR-13
1.1
0.0000011
MC3
IL0075647
STREATOR ENERGY
PARTNERS LLC
STREATOR
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAR-13
1.1
0.0000011
MC3
IL0078301
ROCK FALLS, CITY OF
ROCK FALLS
IL
001
1
71900
30-APR-13
1.2
0.0000012
MC3
IL0078301
ROCK FALLS, CITY OF
ROCK FALLS
IL
001
1
71900
30-NOV-13
1.11
0.00000111
MC3
IL0078671
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF
ILLINOIS INC
MORRISON
IL
002
1
71900
31-MAR-13
1.87
0.00000187
MC2
IL0078671
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF
ILLINOIS INC
MORRISON
IL
002
1
71900
31-MAR-13
1.87
0.00000187
MC3
IL0078671
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF
ILLINOIS INC
MORRISON
IL
003
1
71900
31-MAR-13
3.34
0.00000334
MC2
IL0078671
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF
ILLINOIS INC
MORRISON
IL
003
1
71900
31-MAR-13
3.34
0.00000334
MC2
IL0078751
JOPPA STEAM GENERATING
STATION
JOPPA
IL
001
1
71900
31-MAY-13
1.12
0.00000112
MC3
IL0078921
WHITE OAK RESOURCES, LLC
MCLEANSBORO
IL
001
1
71900
31-DEC-13
1.76
0.00000176
MQ1
IN0000205
ARCELORMITTAL INDIANA
HARBORLLC
EAST CHICAGO
IN
002
1
71901
28-FEB-13
92.072562
9.20726E-05
MQ2
IN0000205
ARCELORMITTAL INDIANA
HARBORLLC
EAST CHICAGO
IN
002
1
71901
28-FEB-13
92.072562
9.20726E-05
MQ2
IN0000205
ARCELORMITTAL INDIANA
HARBORLLC
EAST CHICAGO
IN
009
1
71901
28-FEB-13
267.67347
0.00026767
3
MQ1
IN0000205
ARCELORMITTAL INDIANA
HARBORLLC
EAST CHICAGO
IN
009
1
71901
28-FEB-13
267.67347
0.00026767
3
MQ1
IN0000205
ARCELORMITTAL INDIANA
HARBORLLC
EAST CHICAGO
IN
010
1
71901
28-FEB-13
378.66213
0.00037866
2
MQ2
IN0000205
ARCELORMITTAL INDIANA
HARBORLLC
EAST CHICAGO
IN
010
1
71901
28-FEB-13
378.66213
0.00037866
2
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MQ2
IN0000205
ARCELORMITTAL INDIANA
HARBORLLC
EAST CHICAGO
IN
Oil
1
71901
28-FEB-13
95.836735
9.58367E-05
MQ1
IN0000205
ARCELORMITTAL INDIANA
HARBORLLC
EAST CHICAGO
IN
Oil
1
71901
28-FEB-13
95.836735
9.58367E-05
MC3
IN0004685
IPL HARDING STREET
GENERATING STATION
INDIANAPOLIS
IN
006
1
71901
28-FEB-13
164
0.000164
MC3
IN0004685
IPL HARDING STREET
GENERATING STATION
INDIANAPOLIS
IN
006
1
71901
30-APR-13
151
0.000151
MC3
IN0004685
IPL HARDING STREET
GENERATING STATION
INDIANAPOLIS
IN
006
1
71901
30-JUN-13
151
0.000151
MC3
IN0004685
IPL HARDING STREET
GENERATING STATION
INDIANAPOLIS
IN
006
1
71901
31-AUG-13
36
0.000036
MC3
IN0004685
IPL HARDING STREET
GENERATING STATION
INDIANAPOLIS
IN
006
1
71901
31-DEC-13
76.2
0.0000762
MC3
IN0004685
IPL HARDING STREET
GENERATING STATION
INDIANAPOLIS
IN
006
1
71901
31-OCT-13
78
0.000078
MQ2
IN0022462
BUTLER MUNICIPAL WWTP
BUTLER
IN
002
1
71901
30-JUN-13
4.6122449
4.61224E-06
MQ2
IN0022462
BUTLER MUNICIPAL WWTP
BUTLER
IN
002
1
71901
31-AUG-13
3.6099773
3.60998E-06
MQ2
IN0022462
BUTLER MUNICIPAL WWTP
BUTLER
IN
002
1
71901
31-DEC-13
4.5986395
4.59864E-06
MC2
KY0021024
CMUC STP
MORGANTOWN
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.6
0.0000016
MC2
KY0021130
CALVERT CITY MUNICIPAL
STP
CALVERT CITY
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
2.58
0.00000258
MC3
KY0021130
CALVERT CITY MUNICIPAL
STP
CALVERT CITY
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
2.58
0.00000258
MC3
KY0021164
GLASGOW WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
GLASGOW
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.81
0.00000181
MC2
KY0021164
GLASGOW WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
GLASGOW
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.81
0.00000181
MC2
KY0021211
MAYFIELD STP
MAYFIELD
KY
001
1
71901
31-DEC-13
1.9
0.0000019
MC3
KY0021211
MAYFIELD STP
MAYFIELD
KY
001
1
71901
31-DEC-13
1.9
0.0000019
MC2
KY0021211
MAYFIELD STP
MAYFIELD
KY
001
G
71901
31-DEC-13
8.5
0.0000085
MC3
KY0021211
MAYFIELD STP
MAYFIELD
KY
001
G
71901
31-DEC-13
8.5
0.0000085
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
KY0021211
MAYFIELD STP
MAYFIELD
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.32
0.00000132
MC2
KY0021211
MAYFIELD STP
MAYFIELD
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.32
0.00000132
MC2
KY0021237
BARDSTOWN WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT - TOWN
CREEK
BARDSTOWN
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
2.9
0.0000029
MC3
KY0021237
BARDSTOWN WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT - TOWN
CREEK
BARDSTOWN
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
2.9
0.0000029
MC3
KY0021466
N KY SD1 - DRY CREEK STP
VILLA HILLS
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
3
0.000003
MC2
KY0021466
N KY SD1 - DRY CREEK STP
VILLA HILLS
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
3
0.000003
MC3
KY0022411
METROPOLITAN SEWER
DISTRICT
LOUISVILLE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
5.37
0.00000537
MC2
KY0022420
HITE CREEK WQTC MSD
LOUISVILLE
KY
001
1
71901
31-MAR-13
3.22
0.00000322
MC3
KY0022420
HITE CREEK WQTC MSD
LOUISVILLE
KY
001
1
71901
31-MAR-13
3.22
0.00000322
MC2
KY0022799
PADUCAH WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
PADUCAH
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.38
0.00000138
MC3
KY0022799
PADUCAH WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
PADUCAH
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.38
0.00000138
MC2
KY0022861
FRANKFORT MUNICIPAL STP
FRANKFORT
KY
001
G
71901
31-DEC-13
27
0.000027
MC3
KY0022861
FRANKFORT MUNICIPAL STP
FRANKFORT
KY
001
G
71901
31-DEC-13
37.6
0.0000376
MC3
KY0022861
FRANKFORT MUNICIPAL STP
FRANKFORT
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.7
0.0000017
MC2
KY0024783
SCOTTSVILLE
SCOTTSVILLE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.03
0.00000103
MC3
KY0024783
SCOTTSVILLE
SCOTTSVILLE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.03
0.00000103
MC3
KY0026352
LIBERTY STP
LIBERTY
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
4.2
0.0000042
MC2
KY0026352
LIBERTY STP
LIBERTY
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
4.2
0.0000042
MC3
KY0026883
EMINENCE STP
EMINENCE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.311
0.00000131
1
MC2
KY0026883
EMINENCE STP
EMINENCE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.311
0.00000131
1
MC3
KY0027359
SHEPHERD S VILLE WATER
PLANT BOARD
SHEPHERDSVILL
E
KY
001
1
78471
31-DEC-13
1.7
0.0000017
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC2
KY0027359
SHEPHERD S VILLE WATER
PLANT BOARD
SHEPHERDSVILL
E
KY
001
1
78471
31-DEC-13
1.7
0.0000017
MC3
KY0027456
FRANKLIN WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
FRANKLIN
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.8
0.0000018
MC2
KY0027456
FRANKLIN WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT
FRANKLIN
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1
0.000001
MC3
KY0028401
PRINCETON STP
PRINCETON
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
3.7
0.0000037
MC2
KY0028401
PRINCETON STP
PRINCETON
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
3.3
0.0000033
MC3
KY0057193
DANVILLE STP
DANVILLE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
3.5
0.0000035
MC2
KY0057193
DANVILLE STP
DANVILLE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
3.5
0.0000035
MC3
KY0098043
MADISONVILLE STP WEST
SIDE
MADISONVILLE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
2.05
0.00000205
MC2
KY0098043
MADISONVILLE STP WEST
SIDE
MADISONVILLE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.38
0.00000138
MC3
KYO100404
JESSAMINE CRK ENV
CONTROL#1
NICHOLA S VILLE
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.3
0.0000013
MC2
KYO104027
JERRY L RILEY STP
BARDSTOWN
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.2
0.0000012
MC3
KYO104027
JERRY L RILEY STP
BARDSTOWN
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.2
0.0000012
MC3
KY0105856
CYNTHIANA STP (NEW)
CYNTHIANA
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
34
0.000034
MC2
KY0105856
CYNTHIANA STP (NEW)
CYNTHIANA
KY
001
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
34
0.000034
MQ1_304M
LA0038245
CLEAN HARBORS BATON
ROUGE LLC
BATON ROUGE
LA
001
1
39338
30-JUN-13
4.0816327
0
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
28-FEB-13
28
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
30-APR-13
30
1
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
30-APR-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
30-JUN-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
30-NOV-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
30-SEP-13
30
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
31-AUG-13
31
1
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
31-AUG-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
31-DEC-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
31-JAN-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
31-JUL-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
31-MAR-13
31
1
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
31-MAR-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
31-MAY-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00400
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
00680
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
03582
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
50050
31-OCT-13
31
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
71900
30-JUN-13
181
1
NMBR OF D
AYS
LA0071382
WESTLAKE POLYMERS LP
SULPHUR
LA
Oil
1
71900
31-DEC-13
184
1
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
28-FEB-13
1.39
0.00000139
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
30-APR-13
1.77
0.00000177
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
30-JUN-13
1.93
0.00000193
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
30-NOV-13
3.32
0.00000332
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
2
0.000002
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
31-AUG-13
1.33
0.00000133
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
31-DEC-13
2.04
0.00000204
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
31-JAN-13
2.38
0.00000238
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
31-JUL-13
3.32
0.00000332
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
31-MAR-13
1.25
0.00000125
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
31-MAY-13
4.6
0.0000046
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
001
1
71900
31-OCT-13
1.49
0.00000149
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
28-FEB-13
1.14
0.00000114
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
30-APR-13
2.65
0.00000265
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
30-JUN-13
2.85
0.00000285
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
30-NOV-13
3.38
0.00000338
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
30-SEP-13
3.92
0.00000392
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
31-AUG-13
1.58
0.00000158
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
31-DEC-13
2.15
0.00000215
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
31-JAN-13
2.61
0.00000261
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
31-JUL-13
4.18
0.00000418
MC2_304M
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
31-MAR-13
0.873
0.00000087
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
31-MAY-13
2.55
0.00000255
MC2
MI0000540
BASF CORP
WYANDOTTE
MI
002
1
71900
31-OCT-13
1.73
0.00000173
MC2
MN0020192
DETROIT LAKES WWTP
DETROIT LAKES
MN
020
1
71900
31-AUG-13
9
0.000009
MC2
MN0020192
DETROIT LAKES WWTP
DETROIT LAKES
MN
020
1
71890
31-DEC-13
7.65
0.00000765
MC2
MN0020192
DETROIT LAKES WWTP
DETROIT LAKES
MN
020
1
71900
31-DEC-13
21
0.000021
MC2
MN0020192
DETROIT LAKES WWTP
DETROIT LAKES
MN
020
1
71900
31-MAR-13
1.28
0.00000128
MC2
MN0020788
ELK RIVER WWTP
ELK RIVER
MN
010
G
71900
30-JUN-13
18.4
0.0000184
MC2
MN0020788
ELK RIVER WWTP
ELK RIVER
MN
010
G
71900
31-MAR-13
459
0.000459
MC2
MN0022080
GRAND RAPIDS WWTP
GRAND RAPIDS
MN
901
G
71900
31-MAR-13
43.7
0.0000437
MC2
MN0022233
GLENCOE WWTP
GLENCOE
MN
011
G
71900
30-JUN-13
242
0.000242
MC2
MN0022233
GLENCOE WWTP
GLENCOE
MN
011
G
71900
30-SEP-13
1760
0.00176
MC2
MN0022233
GLENCOE WWTP
GLENCOE
MN
011
G
71900
31-DEC-13
53.3
0.0000533
MC2
MN0022233
GLENCOE WWTP
GLENCOE
MN
011
G
71900
31-MAR-13
75
0.000075
MC3
MN0023973
LITCHFIELD WWTP
LITCHFIELD
MN
010
G
71900
30-NOV-13
44.4
0.0000444
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
MN0023973
LITCHFIELD WWTP
LITCHFIELD
MN
010
G
71900
30-SEP-13
56.7
0.0000567
MC3
MN0023973
LITCHFIELD WWTP
LITCHFIELD
MN
010
G
71900
31-JAN-13
71.5
0.0000715
MC3
MN0023973
LITCHFIELD WWTP
LITCHFIELD
MN
010
G
71900
31-JUL-13
86.9
0.0000869
MC3
MN0023973
LITCHFIELD WWTP
LITCHFIELD
MN
010
G
71900
31-MAR-13
40.4
0.0000404
MC3
MN0023973
LITCHFIELD WWTP
LITCHFIELD
MN
010
G
71900
31-MAY-13
107
0.000107
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
28-FEB-13
3.6
0.0000036
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
30-APR-13
3.2
0.0000032
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
30-JUN-13
4.3
0.0000043
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
30-NOV-13
3.4
0.0000034
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
31-AUG-13
4.2
0.0000042
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
31-DEC-13
3.1
0.0000031
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
31-JAN-13
2.98
0.00000298
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
31-JUL-13
4.2
0.0000042
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
31-MAR-13
4.4
0.0000044
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
1
71900
31-MAY-13
4
0.000004
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
G
71900
30-JUN-13
23.7
0.0000237
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
G
71900
30-SEP-13
873
0.000873
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
G
71900
31-DEC-13
91.2
0.0000912
MC3
MN0024571
RED WING CITY OF
REDWING
MN
010
G
71900
31-MAR-13
48.8
0.0000488
MC3
MN0025887
USDIBIA GRND PRTGIND RES
GRAND
PORTAGE
MN
001
G
71900
30-JUN-13
5.64
0.00000564
MC3
MN0025887
USDI BIA GRND PRTG IND RES
GRAND
PORTAGE
MN
001
G
71900
30-SEP-13
8.62
0.00000862
MC3
MN0025887
USDI BIA GRND PRTG IND RES
GRAND
PORTAGE
MN
001
G
71900
31-DEC-13
73.2
0.0000732
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
28-FEB-13
14
0.014
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
30-APR-13
27
0.027
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
30-JUN-13
20
0.02
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
30-NOV-13
8
0.008
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
30-SEP-13
17
0.017
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
31-AUG-13
49
0.049
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
31-JAN-13
9.2
0.0092
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
31-JUL-13
54
0.054
MC3 304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
31-MAR-13
33
0.033
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
31-MAY-13
23
0.023
MC3_304M
NC0004308
ALCOA - BADIN WORKS
BADIN
NC
005
1
00720
31-OCT-13
14
0.014
MC3
NE0020915
BEATRICE WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
BEATRICE
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
5.95
0.00000595
MC3
NE0021121
PLATTSMOUTH WWTP
PLATTSMOUTH
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.21
0.00000121
MC3
NE0021172
BURWELL WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
BURWELL
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
5.1
0.0000051
MC2
NE0021172
BURWELL WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
BURWELL
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
5.1
0.0000051
MC3
NE0021253
CREIGHTON WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
CREIGHTON
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
7.49
0.00000749
MC3
NE0021504
MCCOOK WWTP
MCCOOK
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-APR-13
2.43
0.00000243
MC3
NE0021504
MCCOOK WWTP
MCCOOK
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
2.3
0.0000023
MC3
NE0021504
MCCOOK WWTP
MCCOOK
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-AUG-13
4.07
0.00000407
MC3
NE0021504
MCCOOK WWTP
MCCOOK
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-JAN-13
1.64
0.00000164
MC3
NE0021504
MCCOOK WWTP
MCCOOK
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-OCT-13
3.46
0.00000346
MC3
NE0021610
ATKINSON WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
ATKINSON
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-MAR-13
6.04
0.00000604
MC3
NE0021661
WOOD RIVER WWTP
WOOD RIVER
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
6.8
0.0000068
MC3
NE0021679
WAHOO WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
WAHOO
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
1.95
0.00000195
MC2
NE0021679
WAHOO WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
WAHOO
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
1.95
0.00000195
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC2
NE0023817
EDISON WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
EDISON
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
2.1
0.0000021
MC3
NE0023817
EDISON WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
EDISON
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
2.1
0.0000021
MC3
NE0023876
SEWARD WASTE & POTABLE
WATER
SEWARD
NE
SLG
1
78471
30-JUN-13
3.55
0.00000355
MCI
NE0023884
SIDNEY WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
SIDNEY
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
1.82
0.00000182
MC3
NE0023884
SIDNEY WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
SIDNEY
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
2.31
0.00000231
MC3
NE0023922
LAUREL
LAUREL
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
2.38
0.00000238
MC3
NE0023957
WISNER WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
WISNER
NE
SLG
1
78471
30-JUN-13
1.9
0.0000019
MC2
NE0023957
WISNER WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
WISNER
NE
SLG
1
78471
30-JUN-13
1.9
0.0000019
MC3
NE0024007
FRIEND WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
FRIEND
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
2.82
0.00000282
MC3
NE0029149
RANDOLPH WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
RANDOLPH
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.69
0.00000169
MC3
NE0031381
FREMONT WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
FREMONT
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
2.35
0.00000235
MC3
NE0032891
NORTH PLATTE
WASTEWATER TREAT
NORTH PLATTE
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-MAR-13
1.03
0.00000103
MC3
NE0033111
WAYNE WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
WAYNE
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
3.62
0.00000362
MC3
NE0034304
CRETE WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
CRETE
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-MAR-13
2.53
0.00000253
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-APR-13
1.05243
1.05243E-06
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.4388
1.4388E-06
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-AUG-13
1.1643
1.1643E-06
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.26446
1.26446E-06
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-JAN-13
1.16969
1.16969E-06
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-JUL-13
1.07865
1.07865E-06
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-MAR-13
1.03164
1.03164E-06
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-MAY-13
1.3945
1.3945E-06
MC3
NE0036820
THERESA STREET
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-OCT-13
1331933
1.331933
MC3
NE0038946
HASTINGS POLLUTION
CONTROL CTR
HASTINGS
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
1.88
0.00000188
MC3
NE0040045
OGALLALA WASTEWATER
TRTMNT 01
OGALLALA
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
3.15
0.00000315
MC3
NE0040959
STAPLEHURST WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
STAPLEHURST
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-MAR-13
1.59
0.00000159
MC3
NE0042048
PAWNEE CITY WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
PAWNEE CITY
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
6.73
0.00000673
MC3
NE0042064
DODGE WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
DODGE
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
2.42
0.00000242
MC3
NE0042668
LEXINGTON WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
LEXINGTON
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
1.86
0.00000186
MC3
NE0046183
HICKMAN WASTEWATER
TREATMENT
HICKMAN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
2.62
0.00000262
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
NE0047376
GOTHENBURG WASTEWATER
TREATMNT
GOTHENBURG
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.2
0.0000012
MC3
NE0051489
VALENTINE WATER & SEWER
DEPARTMENT
VALENTINE
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-JUN-13
2.68
0.00000268
MC3
NEO112062
EAGLE WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
EAGLE
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.51
0.00000151
MC2
NEO112062
EAGLE WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
EAGLE
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.51
0.00000151
MC3
NEO112267
AINSWORTH WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY
AINSWORTH
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.38
0.00000138
MC3
NE0112488
LINCOLN NORTHEAST
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
30-SEP-13
1.24
0.00000124
MC3
NE0112488
LINCOLN NORTHEAST
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-AUG-13
1.54
0.00000154
MC3
NE0112488
LINCOLN NORTHEAST
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-DEC-13
1.04
0.00000104
MC3
NE0112488
LINCOLN NORTHEAST
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-JUL-13
1.6
0.0000016
MC3
NE0112488
LINCOLN NORTHEAST
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-MAR-13
1.19949
1.19949E-06
MC3
NE0112488
LINCOLN NORTHEAST
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
FACILITY
LINCOLN
NE
SLG
SL
78471
31-OCT-13
1.4
0.0000014
MC3
NE0112810
PAPILLION CREEK
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
PLANT
BELLEVUE
NE
SLG
1
78471
30-SEP-13
1.3
0.0000013
MC3
NE0112810
PAPILLION CREEK
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
PLANT
BELLEVUE
NE
SLG
1
78471
31-DEC-13
5.6
0.0000056
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
NE0112810
PAPILLION CREEK
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
PLANT
BELLEVUE
NE
SLG
1
78471
31-MAR-13
1.5
0.0000015
MC2
NM0020141
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY PUD-
BAYO WWTP
LOS ALAMOS
NM
SLL
R
78471
30-JUN-13
17
0.000017
MC3
NM0020141
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY PUD-
BAYO WWTP
LOS ALAMOS
NM
SLL
R
78471
30-JUN-13
57
0.000057
MC3
NM0020141
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY PUD-
BAYO WWTP
LOS ALAMOS
NM
SLL
R
78471
30-SEP-13
57
0.000057
MC2
NM0020141
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY PUD-
BAYO WWTP
LOS ALAMOS
NM
SLL
R
78471
30-SEP-13
17
0.000017
MC3
NM0020141
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY PUD-
BAYO WWTP
LOS ALAMOS
NM
SLL
R
78471
31-DEC-13
57
0.000057
MC2
NM0020141
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY PUD-
BAYO WWTP
LOS ALAMOS
NM
SLL
R
78471
31-DEC-13
17
0.000017
MC2
NM0020141
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY PUD-
BAYO WWTP
LOS ALAMOS
NM
SLL
R
78471
31-MAR-13
17
0.000017
MC3
NM0020141
LOS ALAMOS COUNTY PUD-
BAYO WWTP
LOS ALAMOS
NM
SLL
R
78471
31-MAR-13
57
0.000057
MQ2
NY0022128
GREAT NECK (V) WPCP
GREAT NECK
NY
001
G
71900
28-FEB-13
82.539683
8.25397E-05
MQ2
NY0022128
GREAT NECK (V) WPCP
GREAT NECK
NY
001
G
71900
31-DEC-13
132.87982
0.00013288
MQ2
NY0022128
GREAT NECK (V) WPCP
GREAT NECK
NY
001
G
71900
31-JAN-13
247.16553
0.00024716
6
MQ2
NY0022128
GREAT NECK (V) WPCP
GREAT NECK
NY
001
G
71900
31-MAR-13
82.539683
8.25397E-05
MQ2
NY0022128
GREAT NECK (V) WPCP
GREAT NECK
NY
001
G
71900
31-MAY-13
12.335601
1.23356E-05
MC2
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
801
5
76026
28-FEB-13
0.163
0.00000016
3
MC3
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
801
5
76026
28-FEB-13
0.163
0.00000016
3
MC2
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
801
5
76026
30-NOV-13
0.0055
5.5E-09
MC3
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
801
5
76026
30-NOV-13
0.0055
5.5E-09
MC2
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
801
5
76026
31-AUG-13
948
0.000948
MC3
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
801
5
76026
31-AUG-13
948
0.000948
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC2
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
901
6
76026
28-FEB-13
0.214
0.00000021
4
MC3
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
901
6
76026
28-FEB-13
0.214
0.00000021
4
MC2
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
901
6
76026
30-NOV-13
0.0044
4.4E-09
MC3
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
901
6
76026
30-NOV-13
0.0044
4.4E-09
MC2
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
901
6
76026
31-AUG-13
477.51
0.00047751
MC3
OH0007269
DOVER CHEMICAL CORP
DOVER
OH
901
6
76026
31-AUG-13
477.51
0.00047751
MC3_304M
OH0095338
EVERGREEN RECYCLING &
DISPOSAL LF
NORTHWOOD
OH
003
1
01074
30-JUN-13
6200000
0.0062
MC2_304M
OH0095338
EVERGREEN RECYCLING &
DISPOSAL LF
NORTHWOOD
OH
003
1
01074
30-JUN-13
6200000
0.0062
MC3 304M
OH0095338
EVERGREEN RECYCLING &
DISPOSAL LF
NORTHWOOD
OH
003
1
01074
31-DEC-13
5100000
0.0051
MC2_304M
OH0095338
EVERGREEN RECYCLING &
DISPOSAL LF
NORTHWOOD
OH
003
1
01074
31-DEC-13
5100000
0.0051
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
28-FEB-13
176.25
0.06627
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
28-FEB-13
200
0.0752
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
28-FEB-13
176.25
0.06627
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
28-FEB-13
200
0.0752
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-APR-13
162.6
0.0611376
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-APR-13
205
0.07708
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-APR-13
205
0.07708
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-APR-13
162.6
0.0611376
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-JUN-13
161.25
0.06063
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-JUN-13
161.25
0.06063
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-JUN-13
177
0.066552
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-JUN-13
177
0.066552
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-NOV-13
134.05
0.0504028
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-NOV-13
168
0.063168
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-NOV-13
168
0.063168
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-NOV-13
134.05
0.0504028
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-SEP-13
160
0.06016
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-SEP-13
126.38
0.04751888
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-SEP-13
160
0.06016
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
30-SEP-13
126.38
0.04751888
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-AUG-13
227
0.085352
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-AUG-13
227
0.085352
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-AUG-13
168.75
0.06345
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-AUG-13
168.75
0.06345
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-DEC-13
156.8
0.0589568
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-DEC-13
223
0.083848
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-DEC-13
156.8
0.0589568
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-DEC-13
223
0.083848
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-JAN-13
188
0.070688
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-JAN-13
173
0.065048
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-JAN-13
173
0.065048
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-JAN-13
188
0.070688
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-JUL-13
163
0.061288
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-JUL-13
182
0.068432
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-JUL-13
163
0.061288
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-JUL-13
182
0.068432
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-MAR-13
170
0.06392
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-MAR-13
150.5
0.056588
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-MAR-13
150.5
0.056588
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-MAR-13
170
0.06392
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-MAY-13
186
0.069936
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-MAY-13
186
0.069936
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-MAY-13
157.5
0.05922
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-MAY-13
157.5
0.05922
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-OCT-13
188
0.070688
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-OCT-13
188
0.070688
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-OCT-13
135.82
0.05106832
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
005
1
50050
31-OCT-13
135.82
0.05106832
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
28-FEB-13
46.9
0.449771
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
28-FEB-13
46.9
0.449771
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
28-FEB-13
46.9
0.449771
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
28-FEB-13
46.9
0.449771
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-APR-13
50.8
0.487172
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-APR-13
47.23
0.4529357
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-APR-13
50.8
0.487172
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-APR-13
47.23
0.4529357
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-JUN-13
42.03
0.4030677
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-JUN-13
44.8
0.429632
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-JUN-13
42.03
0.4030677
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-JUN-13
44.8
0.429632
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-NOV-13
54.4
0.521696
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-NOV-13
45.23
0.4337557
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-NOV-13
45.23
0.4337557
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-NOV-13
54.4
0.521696
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-SEP-13
34.15
0.3274985
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-SEP-13
41.7
0.399903
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-SEP-13
41.7
0.399903
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
30-SEP-13
34.15
0.3274985
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-AUG-13
42
0.40278
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-AUG-13
36.13
0.3464867
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-AUG-13
36.13
0.3464867
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-AUG-13
42
0.40278
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-DEC-13
69.68
0.6682312
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-DEC-13
143
1.37137
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-DEC-13
69.68
0.6682312
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-DEC-13
143
1.37137
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-JAN-13
68.5
0.656915
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-JAN-13
59.35
0.5691665
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-JAN-13
68.5
0.656915
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-JAN-13
59.35
0.5691665
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-JUL-13
42.8
0.410452
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-JUL-13
41.25
0.3955875
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-JUL-13
42.8
0.410452
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-JUL-13
41.25
0.3955875
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-MAR-13
40.7
0.390313
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-MAR-13
40.7
0.390313
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-MAR-13
40.7
0.390313
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-MAR-13
40.7
0.390313
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-MAY-13
34.55
0.3313345
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-MAY-13
34.55
0.3313345
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-MAY-13
44.2
0.423878
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-MAY-13
44.2
0.423878
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-OCT-13
32.95
0.3159905
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-OCT-13
40.1
0.384559
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-OCT-13
40.1
0.384559
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
006
1
50050
31-OCT-13
32.95
0.3159905
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
28-FEB-13
1.75
0.2065
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
28-FEB-13
1.93
0.22774
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
28-FEB-13
1.75
0.2065
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
28-FEB-13
1.93
0.22774
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-APR-13
2.02
0.23836
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-APR-13
2.2
0.2596
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-APR-13
2.2
0.2596
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-APR-13
2.02
0.23836
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-JUN-13
1.645
0.19411
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-JUN-13
1.645
0.19411
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-JUN-13
1.71
0.20178
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-JUN-13
1.71
0.20178
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-NOV-13
2.23
0.26314
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-NOV-13
1.95
0.2301
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-NOV-13
1.95
0.2301
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-NOV-13
2.23
0.26314
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-SEP-13
3.63
0.42834
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-SEP-13
2.56
0.30208
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-SEP-13
3.63
0.42834
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
30-SEP-13
2.56
0.30208
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-AUG-13
1.7
0.2006
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-AUG-13
1.78
0.21004
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-AUG-13
1.78
0.21004
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-AUG-13
1.7
0.2006
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-DEC-13
2.55
0.3009
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-DEC-13
1.67
0.19706
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-DEC-13
1.67
0.19706
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-DEC-13
2.55
0.3009
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-JAN-13
4.89
0.57702
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-JAN-13
2.82
0.33276
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-JAN-13
4.89
0.57702
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-JAN-13
2.82
0.33276
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-JUL-13
1.525
0.17995
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-JUL-13
2.02
0.23836
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-JUL-13
2.02
0.23836
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-JUL-13
1.525
0.17995
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-MAR-13
2.8
0.3304
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-MAR-13
3.43
0.40474
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-MAR-13
2.8
0.3304
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-MAR-13
3.43
0.40474
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-MAY-13
3.605
0.42539
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-MAY-13
5.02
0.59236
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-MAY-13
3.605
0.42539
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-MAY-13
5.02
0.59236
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-OCT-13
2.35
0.2773
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-OCT-13
2.215
0.26137
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-OCT-13
2.35
0.2773
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
008
1
50050
31-OCT-13
2.215
0.26137
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
28-FEB-13
6.818
0.1356782
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
28-FEB-13
9.55
0.190045
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
28-FEB-13
6.818
0.1356782
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
28-FEB-13
9.55
0.190045
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-APR-13
13.7
0.27263
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-APR-13
13.7
0.27263
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-APR-13
6.696
0.1332504
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-APR-13
6.696
0.1332504
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-JUN-13
6.23
0.123977
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-JUN-13
6.23
0.123977
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-JUN-13
4.963
0.0987637
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-JUN-13
4.963
0.0987637
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-NOV-13
5.803
0.1154797
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-NOV-13
10.2
0.20298
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-NOV-13
10.2
0.20298
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-NOV-13
5.803
0.1154797
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-SEP-13
6.45
0.128355
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-SEP-13
5.045
0.1003955
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-SEP-13
6.45
0.128355
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
30-SEP-13
5.045
0.1003955
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-AUG-13
6.22
0.123778
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-AUG-13
4.585
0.0912415
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-AUG-13
6.22
0.123778
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-AUG-13
4.585
0.0912415
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-DEC-13
7.14
0.142086
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-DEC-13
4.802
0.0955598
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-DEC-13
7.14
0.142086
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-DEC-13
4.802
0.0955598
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-JAN-13
21.8
0.43382
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-JAN-13
9.53
0.189647
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-JAN-13
21.8
0.43382
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-JAN-13
9.53
0.189647
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-JUL-13
6.35
0.126365
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-JUL-13
4.468
0.0889132
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-JUL-13
4.468
0.0889132
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-JUL-13
6.35
0.126365
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-MAR-13
5.565
0.1107435
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-MAR-13
6.59
0.131141
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-MAR-13
6.59
0.131141
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-MAR-13
5.565
0.1107435
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-MAY-13
10.6
0.21094
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-MAY-13
6.865
0.1366135
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-MAY-13
10.6
0.21094
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-MAY-13
6.865
0.1366135
MQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-OCT-13
12.6
0.25074
FQ2_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-OCT-13
12.6
0.25074
MQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-OCT-13
6.448
0.1283152
FQ1_304M
PA0094510
EDGAR THOMSON PLT
BRADDOCK
PA
009
1
50050
31-OCT-13
6.448
0.1283152
MQ2_304M
PR0024007
PRASA WTP SABANA GRANDE
SABANA
GRANDE
PR
001
1
50050
31-DEC-13
30
0.3
MC3
SC0021598
MONCKS CORNER WWTF
MONCKS
CORNER
SC
001
1
71901
31-MAR-13
14.3
0.0000143
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Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
SC
001
P
78471
30-JUN-13
1.15
0.00000115
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
sc
002
P
78471
31-AUG-13
1.14
0.00000114
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
SC
002
P
78471
31-MAY-13
1.44
0.00000144
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
sc
003
P
78471
31-AUG-13
1
0.000001
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
sc
004
P
78471
28-FEB-13
1.37
0.00000137
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
sc
008
P
78471
31-JUL-13
1.21
0.00000121
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
sc
008
P
78471
31-MAR-13
1.03
0.00000103
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
sc
009
P
78471
28-FEB-13
1.46
0.00000146
MC2
SC0048381
REWA/SLUDGE PERMIT
GREENVILLE
sc
009
P
78471
31-MAY-13
2.04
0.00000204
MC3
SC0048461
GSW&SA/YAUHANNAH TREE
FARM
CONWAY
sc
003
1
71900
31-MAR-13
1
0.000001
MC3 304M
TN0002356
ABIBOW US INC - CALHOUN
OPERATIONS
CALHOUN
TN
001
1
71900
28-FEB-13
0.0002
0.0001
MC3_304M
TN0002356
ABIBOW US INC - CALHOUN
OPERATIONS
CALHOUN
TN
001
1
71900
30-APR-13
0.0002
0.0001
MC3_304M
TN0002356
ABIBOW US INC - CALHOUN
OPERATIONS
CALHOUN
TN
001
1
71900
30-JUN-13
0.0002
0.0001
MC3_304M
TN0002356
ABIBOW US INC - CALHOUN
OPERATIONS
CALHOUN
TN
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
0.0602
0.0001
MC3_304M
TN0002356
ABIBOW US INC - CALHOUN
OPERATIONS
CALHOUN
TN
001
1
71900
31-MAR-13
0.0002
0.0001
MC3_304M
TN0002356
ABIBOW US INC - CALHOUN
OPERATIONS
CALHOUN
TN
001
1
71900
31-MAY-13
0.0002
0.0001
MC3
TN0002356
ABIBOW US INC - CALHOUN
OPERATIONS
CALHOUN
TN
006
1
71900
30-NOV-13
5.3
0.0000053
MC3
TN0020711
MAYNARD C. STILES
MEMPHIS
TN
001
1
03610
31-DEC-13
0.102
0.00000010
2
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
28-FEB-13
1.39
0.00000139
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
28-FEB-13
1.39
0.00000139
D-72

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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
30-APR-13
7.09
0.00000709
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
30-APR-13
7.09
0.00000709
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
30-JUN-13
7.45
0.00000745
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
30-JUN-13
7.45
0.00000745
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
30-NOV-13
2.43
0.00000243
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
30-NOV-13
2.43
0.00000243
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
7.93
0.00000793
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
7.93
0.00000793
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-AUG-13
12.7
0.0000127
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-AUG-13
12.7
0.0000127
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-DEC-13
1.64
0.00000164
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-DEC-13
1.64
0.00000164
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-JUL-13
9.13
0.00000913
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-JUL-13
9.13
0.00000913
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-MAY-13
7.22
0.00000722
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-MAY-13
7.22
0.00000722
MC3
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-OCT-13
1.62
0.00000162
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC2
TN0078905
HALLSDALE-POWELL UTILITY
DISTRICT
KNOXVILLE
TN
001
1
71900
31-OCT-13
1.62
0.00000162
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
28-FEB-13
55
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
30-APR-13
30
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
30-JUN-13
10
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
30-NOV-13
360
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
30-SEP-13
270
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
31-AUG-13
160
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
31-DEC-13
20
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
31-JAN-13
80
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
31-JUL-13
60
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
31-MAR-13
30
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
31-MAY-13
50
0
MC1_304M
TX0006017
OXEA BAY CITY PLANT
BAY CITY
TX
001
1
50060
31-OCT-13
290
0
MC3
TX0077232
CIBOLO CREEK MUNICIPAL
AUTHORITY WWTP
SCHERTZ
TX
SOI
S
71900
31-AUG-13
1.12
0.00000112
MC2
UT0020001
SNYDERVILLE BASIN WATER
RECLAMATION DISTRICT
PARK CITY
UT
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
5
0.000005
MC3
UT0020001
SNYDER VILLE BASIN WATER
RECLAMATION DISTRICT
PARK CITY
UT
001
1
71900
30-SEP-13
5
0.000005
MC2_304M
UT0022403
JORDANELLE SSD
HEBER CITY
UT
001
1
71901
31-OCT-13
0.6
0.0000006
MC3_304M
UT0022403
JORDANELLE SSD
HEBER CITY
UT
001
1
71901
31-OCT-13
0.6
0.0000006
MC3
WI0036587
BAD RIVER BAND
ODANAH
WI
002
1
71900
31-DEC-13
200
0.0002
MQ2_304M
WV0001279
CHEMOURS COMPANY FC LLC
WASHINGTON
WV
002
1
39700
31-JUL-13
0.0453583
0
MQ1_304M
WV0001279
CHEMOURS COMPANY FC LLC
WASHINGTON
WV
002
1
39700
31-JUL-13
0.0453583
0
MQ1_304M
WV0001279
CHEMOURS COMPANY FC LLC
WASHINGTON
WV
005
1
39700
31-JUL-13
0.2428798
0
MQ2_304M
WV0001279
CHEMOURS COMPANY FC LLC
WASHINGTON
WV
005
1
39700
31-JUL-13
0.2428798
0
MQ2_304M
WV0001279
CHEMOURS COMPANY FC LLC
WASHINGTON
WV
105
1
39700
31-JUL-13
0.0101587
0
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MQ1_304M
WV0001279
CHEMOURS COMPANY FC LLC
WASHINGTON
WV
105
1
39700
31-JUL-13
0.0101587
0
MC3_304M
WV0004707
GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL
HOLDING
ANMOORE
wv
026
1
00978
31-JUL-13
2.48
0.00083
MC2_304M
WV0004707
GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL
HOLDING
ANMOORE
WV
026
1
00978
31-JUL-13
2.48
0.00083
FC3_304M
WV0004707
GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL
HOLDING
ANMOORE
wv
026
1
50050
31-JUL-13
4.99
0.00719
FC2_304M
WV0004707
GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL
HOLDING
ANMOORE
wv
026
1
50050
31-JUL-13
4.99
0.00719
FC3_304M
WV0004707
GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL
HOLDING
ANMOORE
wv
036
1
50050
31-JUL-13
14.3
0.0206
FC2_304M
WV0004707
GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL
HOLDING
ANMOORE
wv
036
1
50050
31-JUL-13
14.3
0.0206
FC3_304M
WV0004707
GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL
HOLDING
ANMOORE
wv
037
1
50050
31-JUL-13
14.3
0.0206
FC2_304M
WV0004707
GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL
HOLDING
ANMOORE
wv
037
1
50050
31-JUL-13
14.3
0.0206
FC3_304M
WV0073679
CLEARON CORP
SOUTH
CHARLESTON
wv
001
1
50050
31-MAR-13
910
0.91
FC2_304M
WV0073679
CLEARON CORP
SOUTH
CHARLESTON
wv
001
1
50050
31-MAR-13
863
0.863
FC2_304M
WV0073679
CLEARON CORP
SOUTH
CHARLESTON
wv
001
1
50050
31-MAY-13
802.7
0.803
FC3 304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
001
1
50050
30-APR-13
180
0.00018
FC2_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
001
1
50050
30-APR-13
180
0.00018
MC3 304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
001
1
50050
30-APR-13
180
0.00018
MC2_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
001
1
50050
30-APR-13
180
0.00018
FC2_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
002
1
50050
30-APR-13
220
0.00022
MC3_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
002
1
50050
30-APR-13
220
0.00022
MC2_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
002
1
50050
30-APR-13
220
0.00022
FC3 304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
002
1
50050
30-APR-13
220
0.00022
MC3_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
003
1
50050
30-APR-13
250
0.00025
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-l. Corrections Made to the 2013 DMR Data
Type of
Change
NPID
Facility Name
City
State
DSCH
MLOC
PRAM
Date
Old
Value
New Value
MC2_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
WV
003
1
50050
30-APR-13
250
0.00025
FC2_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
wv
003
1
50050
30-APR-13
250
0.00025
FC3_304M
WV0078719
ED AREY & SONS INC.
BUCKHANNON
WV
003
1
50050
30-APR-13
250
0.00025
MC3
WV0082759
BERKELEY COUNTY PSSD -
OPEQ/HEDGEVLLE/INWOOD/B
AKER
MARTIN SBURG
wv
004
A
71900
31-JUL-13
2.53
0.00000253
MC2
WV0082759
BERKELEY COUNTY PSSD -
OPEQ/HEDGEVLLE/INWOOD/B
AKER
MARTIN SBURG
wv
004
A
71900
31-JUL-13
2.53
0.00000253
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Appendix D—Supplemental Materials for the Development ofTRILTOutput2013 and DMRLTOutput2013
Table D-2. Corrections Made to the 2013 TRI Data
T\ |K" III'
('h;in
( ii\
l';ii.ilil\
Sl;iU-
l)isih;ir»i-
1 > l'i"
Clu'mk';il
Old
Yiillk'
Vx\
Y;ilui-
I nils
Dioxin
Distribution
3676WNTRNT7
6fflG
INTERNATIONAL PAPER PINE
HILL MILL
Pine Hill
AL
Direct
Dioxin and Dioxin Like
Compounds
683,479
480
TWPE*
Dioxin
Distribution
29442NTRNTK
AMIN
INTERNATIONAL PAPER
GEORGETOWN MILL
Georgetown
SC
Direct
Dioxin and Dioxin Like
Compounds - Congener
2,3,7,8-
Tetrachlorodibenzo- p-
dioxin
0.000815
0
Pounds
Load
26037WHLNGR
OUTE
MOUNTAIN STATE CARBON
LLC
Follansbee
WV
Direct
Polycyclic aromatic
compounds
690
15
Pounds
Load
46402SSGRYON
ENO
USS GARY WORKS
Gary
IN
Direct
Lead and lead
compounds
8086.9
350.63
Pounds
Load
70805XXNCH49
99S
EXXONMOBIL CHEMICAL
BATON ROUGE CHEMICAL
PLANT
Baton
Rouge
LA
Direct
Polycyclic aromatic
compounds
519.6
0
Pounds
Load
55720PTLTCNO
RTH
SAPPI CLOQUET LLC
Cloquet
MN
Indirect
Hydrogen sulfide
175,000
385
Pounds
* Facility reported incorrect dioxin distribution. Since the TWFs are specific to each dioxin congener, correcting the distribution affected the TWPE, but did not
change the total pounds of dioxin and dioxin like compounds.
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APPENDIX E
RESULTS OF THE TRILTOutput2013 AND DMRLTOutput2013DATABASES
Table E-l: Category Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
Table E-2: Category Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
Table E-3: NAICS Code Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
Table E-4: SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
Table E-5: Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
Table E-6: Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013

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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-l. Category Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
Type of
Group
Number of
Facilities
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/vr)
414.1
Chlorine and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (CCH)
PNS
36
2,030,000
4,540,000
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
PSC
229
19,200,000
2,190,000
415
Inorganic chemicals manufacturing
PSC
140
6,760,000
794,000
423
Steam electric power generating
PSC
322
3,310,000
489,000
419
Petroleum refining
PSC
279
22,200,000
419,000
406
Grain mills
PSC
31
2,070,000
179,000
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
PSC
654
24,200,000
333,000
420
Iron and steel manufacturing
PSC
215
34,700,000
84,600
440
Ore mining and dressing
PSC
32
738,000
82,700
432
Meat and Poultry Products
PSC
179
57,600,000
81,500
458
Carbon black manufacturing
PSC
4
688
63,800
433
Metal Finishing
PSC
1895
3,660,000
46,900
421
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
PSC
108
1,110,000
34,300
429
Timber products processing
PSC
107
29,200
22,500
455
Pesticide chemicals
PSC
51
3,150,000
19,000
97
National Security & International Affairs
NAICS
57
11,200,000
17,500
438
Metal Products and Machinery
PSC
73
310,000
17,400
600
Unassigned Waste Facility

44
418,000
13,000
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
PSC
110
1,140,000
12,300
424
Ferroalloy manufacturing
PSC
7
169,000
12,100
418
Fertilizer manufacturing
PSC
41
3,740,000
8,500
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
NAICS
4
126,000
7,790
428
Rubber Manufacturing
PSC
162
1,360,000
7,410
468
Copper forming
PSC
110
288,000
5,840
407
Canned and preserved fruits and vegetables processing
PSC
28
5,930,000
5,340
503
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
PNC
139
3,160,000
5,030
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
PSC
81
4,240,000
4,710
413
Electroplating
PSC
329
1,270,000
4,620
405
Dairy products processing
PSC
300
5,630,000
4,270
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
PSC
191
85,000
3,460
469
Electrical and electronic components
PSC
71
2,610,000
3,030
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-l. Category Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
40 CFR Part or
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
Type of
Group
Number of
Facilities
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/vr)
437
Centralized Waste Treatment
PSC
4
470,000
2,720
439
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
PSC
85
1,790,000
2,670
422
Phosphate manufacturing
PSC
8
49,700
2,340
410
Textile mills
PSC
46
1,800,000
2,210
463
Plastics molding and forming
PSC
119
3,400,000
1,830
425
Leather tanning and finishing
PSC
13
154,000
1,400
417
Soap and detergent manufacturing
PSC
70
91,000
1,260
457
Explosives manufacturing
PSC
9
67,600
1,130
461
Battery manufacturing
PSC
58
69,000
934
467
Aluminum forming
PSC
93
150,000
857
42
Trucking & Warehousing
NAICS
5
68.5
561
426
Glass manufacturing
PSC
60
145,000
522
409
Sugar processing
PSC
15
470,000
406
434
Coal mining
PSC
17
177,000
386
411
Cement manufacturing
PSC
117
3,160
381
445
Landfills
PSC
4
111
235
443
Paving and roofing materials (tars and asphalt)
PSC
21
89.8
190
408
Canned and preserved seafood processing
PSC
5
143,000
107
446
Paint formulating
PSC
48
33,400
94.8
444
Waste combustors
PSC
3
51.6
88.8
465
Coil coating
PSC
35
3,450
79.1
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
PSC
2
1,660
71.7
55
Automotive Dealers & Service Stations
NAICS
1
15,400
56.3
508
Printing & Publishing
PNC
48
19,200
27.6
20
Food & Kindred Products
NAICS
6
32,100
27.2
454
Gum and wood chemicals manufacturing
PSC
7
5,220
26.4
447
Ink formulating
PSC
10
14,600
19.6
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
NAICS
1
214
13.2
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
NAICS
3
8.84
11.5
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
NAICS
2
11,200
8.4
466
Porcelain Enameling
PSC
5
63.8
7.82
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Table E-l. Category Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
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Tvpe of
Number of
Total Pounds
TWPE
NAICS Group
Point Source Category
Group
Facilities
Released
(Ib-eq/vr)
502
Tobacco Products
PNC
17
79,100
5.32
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
NAICS
1
2,750
3.05
59
Miscellaneous Retail
NAICS
1
0.46
1.03
96
Administration Of Economic Programs
NAICS
2
0.248
0.554
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
NAICS
1
28.7
0.0318
39
Misc. Manuf. Industries
NAICS
1
5
0.0281
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40 CFR Part or
SIC Group
Point Source Category
Type of
Group
Number of
Facilities
Total LBY
Total TWPE
423
Steam electric power generating
PSC
562
7,530,000,000
3,330,000
501
Drinking Water Treatment
PNC
705
2,350,000,000
887,000
414.1
Chlorine and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (CCH)
PNS
40
4,370,000,000
650,000
418
Fertilizer manufacturing
PSC
26
109,000,000
568,000
430
Pulp, paper and paperboard
PSC
163
1,250,000,000
309,000
414
Organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers
PSC
338
1,250,000,000
301,000
419
Petroleum refining
PSC
241
3,360,000,000
242,000
420
Iron and steel manufacturing
PSC
89
144,000,000
188,000
421
Nonferrous metals manufacturing
PSC
31
95,700,000
187,000
445
Landfills
PSC
204
101,000,000
166,000
435
Oil & Gas Extraction
PSC
71
2,120,000,000
163,000
436
Mineral Mining and Processing
PSC
301
3,850,000,000
139,000
999
Superfund Sites

1
10,100
125,000
503
Miscellaneous Foods and Beverages
PNC
53
81,900,000
105,000
415
Inorganic chemicals manufacturing
PSC
122
1,570,000,000
94,200
410
Textile mills
PSC
53
33,000,000
89,500
70
Hotels & Other Lodging Places
SIC
234
51,500,000
78,100
433
Metal Finishing
PSC
298
1,660,000,000
73,500
437
Centralized Waste Treatment
PSC
18
2,260,000,000
59,700
440
Ore mining and dressing
PSC
57
518,000,000
57,700
79
Amusement & Recreation Services
SIC
64
48,100,000
56,400
45
Transportation by Air
SIC
2
192,000,000
48,100
434
Coal mining
PSC
138
278,000,000
40,200
600
Unassigned Waste Facility

68
211,000,000
34,000
409
Sugar processing
PSC
21
39,900,000
32,500
449
Airport Deicing
PSC
29
129,000,000
28,000
92
Justice, Public Order, & Safety
SIC
54
2,660,000
24,600
422
Phosphate manufacturing
PSC
11
23,800,000
23,900
406
Grain mills
PSC
25
18,400,000
22,300
65
Real Estate
SIC
448
62,400,000
17,200
97
National Security & International Affairs
SIC
46
20,700,000
10,500
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SIC Group
Point Source Category
Type of
Group
Number of
Facilities
Total LBY
Total TWPE
82
Educational Services
SIC
346
21,400,000
9,390
432
Meat and Poultry Products
PSC
86
205,000,000
8,220
444
Waste combustors
PSC
11
462,000,000
7,210
439
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
PSC
41
49,700,000
6,500
463
Plastics molding and forming
PSC
33
609,000,000
6,030
411
Cement manufacturing
PSC
228
198,000,000
5,600
99
Non classifiable Establishments
SIC
76
18,700,000
5,400
428
Rubber Manufacturing
PSC
42
7,160,000
4,120
464
Metal molding and casting (foundries)
PSC
16
1,030,000
3,890
455
Pesticide chemicals
PSC
20
1,090,000
3,760
51
Wholesale Trade- Nondurable Goods
SIC
24
717,000
3,630
429
Timber products processing
PSC
56
42,300,000
2,980
468
Copper forming
PSC
16
4,750,000
2,440
508
Printing & Publishing
PNC
6
882,000
2,110
96
Administration of Economic Programs
SIC
21
889,000
2,020
438
Metal Products and Machinery
PSC
272
60,100,000
2,010
408
Canned and preserved seafood processing
PSC
18
133,000,000
1,710
84
Museums, Botanical, Zoological Gardens
SIC
12
5,030,000
1,710
49
Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
SIC
17
306,000
1,630
451
Concentrated Aquatic Animal Production
PSC
230
73,900,000
1,530
41
Local & Interurban Passenger Transit
SIC
10
2,380,000
1,360
442
Transportation Equipment Cleaning
PSC
23
1,040,000
1,270
471
Nonferrous metals forming and metal powders
PSC
17
815,000
1,070
89
Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
SIC
123
262,000
1,050
20
Food & Kindred Products
SIC
8
333,000
1,000
17
Special Trade Contractors
SIC
6
7,870,000
798
95
Environmental Quality & Housing
SIC
65
3,710,000
675
407
Canned and preserved fruits and vegetables processing
PSC
30
53,200,000
660
467
Aluminum forming
PSC
17
2,210,000
657
507
Independent and Stand Alone Labs
PNC
15
60,600,000
542
460
Hospital
PSC
83
271,000
536
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Point Source Category
Type of
Group
Number of
Facilities
Total LBY
Total TWPE
75
Auto Repair, Services, & Parking
SIC
27
152,000
526
425
Leather tanning and finishing
PSC
2
486,000
506
15
General Building Contractors
SIC
7
87,700
504
42
Trucking & Warehousing
SIC
58
9,680,000
493
405
Dairy products processing
PSC
36
27,400,000
481
87
Engineering & Management Services
SIC
9
847,000
450
457
Explosives manufacturing
PSC
4
12,100,000
386
50
Wholesale Trade- Durable Goods
SIC
19
541,000
318
424
Ferroalloy manufacturing
PSC
3
915,000
283
86
Membership Organizations
SIC
27
16,200
259
461
Battery manufacturing
PSC
1
12,000
227
16
Heavy Construction, Except Building
SIC
2
206,000
184
469
Electrical and electronic components
PSC
5
1,150,000
171
417
Soap and detergent manufacturing
PSC
4
1,350,000
148
450
Construction and Development
PSC
10
431,000
140
426
Glass manufacturing
PSC
23
5,790,000
133
13
Natural Gas Liquids
SIC
19
1,900,000
129
55
Automative Dealers & Service Stations
SIC
48
64,900
128
443
Paving and roofing materials (tars and asphalt)
PSC
22
5,840,000
93.6
73
Business Services
SIC
9
247,000
68.2
91
Executive, Legislative, & General
SIC
6
1,880,000
67.1
454
Gum and wood chemicals manufacturing
PSC
8
1,720,000
62.4
1
Agricultural Production - Crops
SIC
10
23,200,000
45
72
Personal Services- SIC 72
SIC
14
31,300
44.8
505
Food Service Establishments
PNC
20
2,850
35.5
54
Food Stores
SIC
10
902
31.9
46
Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
SIC
8
27,500
31.5
26
Paper & Allied Products
SIC
5
3,560,000
26.6
47
Transportation Services
SIC
6
29,400
23.4
83
Social Services
SIC
27
18,800
20.6
60
Depository Institutions
SIC
2
2,780
12.8
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40 CFR Part or
SIC Group
Point Source Category
Type of
Group
Number of
Facilities
Total LBY
Total TWPE
2
Agricultural Production - Livestock
SIC
2
119,000
12
88
Private Households
SIC
10
23,800
7.58
7
Agricultural Services
SIC
4
3,780
6.74
53
General Merchandise Stores
SIC
2
195
5.85
24
Lumber & Wood Products
SIC
8
34,700
4.44
412
CAFO
PSC
4
4,110,000
1.49
427
Asbestos manufacturing
PSC
1
10,300
0.589
446
Paint formulating
PSC
3
1,470
0.437
9
Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping
SIC
5
416,000
0.281
48
Communications
SIC
4
44.9
0.278
76
Miscellaneous Repair Services
SIC
1
1,920
0.2
502
Tobacco Products
PNC
1
996
0.167
44
Water Transportation
SIC
4
36,300
0.134
458
Carbon black manufacturing
PSC
2
4,330
0.0998
465
Coil coating
PSC
2
8,090
0.0925
67
Holding & Other Investment Offices
SIC
2
640
0.074
32
Stone, Clay, & Glass Products
SIC
5
93,200
0.054
59
Miscellaneous Retail
SIC
7
795,000
0.0439
52
Building Materials& Gardening Supplies
SIC
1
25.3
0.0321
447
Ink formulating
PSC
1
13,900
0.0103
58
Eating & Drinking Places
SIC
2
6.84
0.0000216
506
Industrial Laundries
PNC
1
94,100
0
23
Apparel & Other Textile Products
SIC
1
21.2
0
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SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
4911
ELECTRICAL SERVICES
346
177
7,510,000,000
3,330,000
4941
WATER SUPPLY
12
693
2,350,000,000
887,000
2874
PHOSPHATIC FERTILIZERS
11
1
106,000,000
514,000
2812
ALKALIES AND CHLORINE
8
5
371,000,000
291,000
2911
PETROLEUM REFINING
75
11
386,000,000
217,000
2869
INDUST. ORGANIC CHEMICALS NEC
81
120
3,760,000,000
215,000
3312
BLAST FURN/STEEL WORKS/ROLLING
41
20
138,000,000
186,000
3339
PRMRY SMELT/NONFERROUS METALS
7
1
33,400,000
171,000
1311
CRUDE PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS
4
51
2,000,000,000
161,000
2819
INDUSTRIAL INORGANIC CHEMICALS
28
46
379,000,000
159,000
2491
WOOD PRESERVING
0
16
1,230,000
126,000
2611
PULP MILLS
50
3
576,000,000
114,000
5032
BRICK, STONE & RELAT MATERIALS
0
2
1,580,000,000
99,400
2085
DIST, RECTIFIED & BLENDED LIQ
4
6
51,800,000
98,600
4953
REFUSE SYSTEMS
14
100
2,210,000,000
84,100
2821
PLSTC MAT./SYN RESINS/NV ELAST
60
18
59,600,000
77,900
7033
REC VEHICLE PARKS & CAMPSITES
0
112
51,100,000
77,000
2621
PAPER MILLS
76
6
552,000,000
75,600
2631
PAPERBOARD MILLS
18
9
118,000,000
60,600
2679
CONV PAPER & PAPERBRD PRODUCTS
2
0
728,000
58,900
7948
RACING, INCLUDING TRACK OPERA
0
1
28,900,000
55,800
2281
YARN SPIN MILLS:COTTON, MM FIB
1
4
203,000
48,600
4513
AIR COURIER SERVICES
0
1
192,000,000
48,000
1221
BITUMINOUS COAL & LIG, SURFACE
8
101
193,000,000
36,800
4612
CRUDE PETROLEUM PIPELINES
3
2
3,050,000,000
28,600
4581
AIRPORTS, FLYING FIELDS & SER
2
27
129,000,000
28,000
2062
CANE SUGAR REFINING
3
1
2,270,000
27,400
2261
FINISH OF BRD WOV FAB OF COTTN
4
3
20,300,000
26,700
9223
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
8
42
2,650,000
24,100
3612
TRANSFORMERS
3
1
19,900
23,400
2047
DOG AND CAT FOOD
1
8
4,470,000
19,200
1011
IRON ORES
4
1
37,100,000
18,300
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SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
2899
CHEMICALS & CHEM PREP, NEC
8
16
878,000,000
15,900
1479
CHEM & FERT MINERA MINING, NEC
1
6
23,800,000
15,400
3861
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIP & SUPPLIES
1
2
32,100,000
14,300
1021
COPPER ORES
4
2
317,000,000
14,200
1061
FERROALLOY ORES, EXCL VANADIUM
4
1
86,100,000
11,300
2816
INORGANIC PIGMENTS
5
2
1,180,000,000
11,100
1474
POTASH, SODA & BORATE MINERALS
0
1
1,760,000,000
10,900
3334
PRIMARY PRODUCTION OF ALUMINUM
9
2
40,000,000
10,700
9711
NATIONAL SECURITY
22
24
20,700,000
10,500
3081
UNSUPPORTED PLSTICS FILM/SHEET
3
9
79,900,000
8,860
1094
URANIUM-RADIUM-VANADIUM ORES
1
3
50,500,000
8,550
3624
CARBON AND GRAPHITE PRODUCTS
4
5
4,360,000
8,000
6515
OPER OF RES MOBILE HOME SITES
0
296
6,540,000
7,980
2258
WARP KNIT FABRIC MILLS
2
1
933,000
7,780
3731
SHIP BUILDING AND REPAIRING
5
12
473,000
5,870
8299
SCHOOLS & EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
2
8
164,000
5,650
9999
NONCLASSIFIABLE ESTABLISHMENTS
1
75
18,700,000
5,400
2075
SOYBEAN OIL MILLS
0
12
2,090,000
5,210
2063
BEET SUGAR
11
2
34,900,000
5,100
3471
PLATING AND POLISHING
16
14
1,520,000
4,620
2865
CYCLIC CRUDES INTERM., DYES
12
5
3,420,000
4,570
6512
OPER OF NONRESIDENTIAL BLDGS
1
23
39,800,000
4,480
3714
MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS & ACCESSOR
9
11
2,350,000
4,460
2011
MEAT PACKING PLANTS
13
15
118,000,000
4,110
2833
MEDICINAL CHEM/BOTANICAL PRODU
5
11
6,030,000
4,070
3724
AIRCRAFT ENGINES & ENGINE PART
1
1
994,000
3,960
2822
SYN RUBBER (VULCAN ELASTOMERS)
10
3
3,540,000
3,720
5172
PETROL & PET PROD WHOLESALERS
1
5
198,000
3,620
2015
POULTRY SLAUGHTERING & PROCESS
15
24
50,300,000
3,470
1041
GOLD ORES
7
9
14,500,000
3,430
1222
BITUMINOUS COAL & LIG, UNDERGR
1
25
85,500,000
3,390
2879
PESTICIDES & AGRICULTURAL CHEM
5
3
1,090,000
3,370
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SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
2211
BROAD WOVEN FABRIC MILLS, COTT
2
3
215,000
3,270
2514
METAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
1
1
324,000
3,100
1475
PHOSPHATE ROCK
4
0
2,890,000
3,080
2046
WET CORN MILLING
3
9
10,600,000
3,070
6513
OPERATORS OF APART BUILDINGS
0
39
149,000
3,020
1455
KAOLIN AND BALL CLAY
0
4
28,200,000
2,960
3241
CEMENT, HYDRAULIC
4
27
83,000,000
2,950
3341
2NDARY SMELT/NONFERROUS METALS
3
9
1,220,000
2,910
8211
ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY SCHOOLS
0
298
12,700,000
2,490
3272
CONCRETE PROD EXC BLCK & BRICK
0
16
607,000
2,380
3351
ROLL/DRAW/EXTRUDING OF COPPER
5
4
4,060,000
2,320
1459
CLAY, CERAMIC & REFRAC MAT NEC
0
7
501,000
2,270
2834
PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS
10
13
38,900,000
2,260
3365
ALUMINUM FOUNDRIES
1
1
482,000
2,230
2789
BOOKBINDING & RELATED WORK
1
0
331,000
2,060
5169
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
1
18
26,700,000
2,020
9611
ADMIN OF GENERAL ECONOMIC PRO
1
0
873,000
2,000
3625
RELAYS AND INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS
0
3
761
1,920
2499
WOOD PRODUCTS, NEC
1
1
8,080,000
1,820
2273
CARPETS AND RUGS, NEC
2
2
1,400,000
1,750
5171
PETROLEUM BULK STATIONS & TERM
4
132
10,100,000
1,670
3321
GRAY IRON FOUNDRIES
2
10
525,000
1,630
4922
NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION
0
15
303,000
1,630
6552
LAND SUBDIVIDERS & DEV, EX CEM
1
53
2,940,000
1,600
2091
CANNED & CURED FISH & SEAFOOD
3
2
58,600,000
1,500
921
FISH HATCHERIES AND PRESERVES
19
185
41,900,000
1,480
8422
BOTANICAL & ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS
0
6
5,010,000
1,450
3482
SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION
1
0
121,000
1,450
2873
NITROGEN FERTILIZERS
11
10
13,700,000
1,400
1031
LEAD AND ZINC ORES
10
2
12,600,000
1,390
4173
BUS TERMINAL & SERVICE FACILIT
0
1
1,780,000
1,330
3675
ELECTRONIC CAPACITORS
1
3
857
1,240
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
4491
MARINE CARGO HANDLING
1
16
1,030,000
1,200
4931
ELEC & OTHER SERVICES COMBINED
3
19
18,200,000
1,190
8221
COLLEGES, UNIV & PROF SCHOOLS
1
26
6,870,000
1,180
1389
OIL AND & FIELD SERVICES, NEC
0
11
101,000,000
1,180
2099
FOOD PREPARATIONS, NEC
3
0
2,210,000
1,130
3316
COLD ROLLED STEEL SHEET/STRIP
6
4
3,610,000
1,100
3315
STEEL WIRE DRAW & STEEL NAILS
3
2
3,030,000
1,050
8999
SERVICES, NEC
0
123
262,000
1,050
2048
PREP FEEDS & INGRED FOR ANIMA
1
7
333,000
1,000
3291
ABRASIVE PRODUCTS
0
4
596,000
994
3297
NONCLAY REFRACTORIES
1
3
98,200,000
892
1499
MISC NONMETAL MINERALS, NEC
0
19
59,900,000
867
7011
HOTELS AND MOTELS
0
56
210,000
865
3295
MINE & EARTHS, GROUND OR TREAT
0
8
24,400,000
810
1795
WRECKING AND DEMOLTION WORK
1
0
7,870,000
797
3533
OIL FIELD MACHINERY
0
7
22,900
768
9511
AIR & WATER RES & SOL WSTE MGT
3
32
3,420,000
611
4961
STEAM & AIR-CONDITIONING SUP
3
5
948,000
558
1422
CRUSHED AND BROKEN LIMESTONE
4
110
110,000,000
545
7538
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR SHOPS
0
6
142,000
525
1442
CONSTRUCTION SAND AND GRAVEL
1
50
156,000,000
515
1044
SILVER ORES
3
4
42,200
511
8731
COMMERCIAL PHYSICAL RESEARCH
3
9
60,600,000
509
3111
LEATHER TANNING AND FINISHING
0
2
486,000
506
1541
GEN CONTRACT-INDUST. BLDGS.
1
1
34,400
501
3353
ALUMINUM SHEET, PLATE AND FOIL
5
3
1,260,000
463
7996
AMUSEMENT PARKS
2
3
290,000
448
2823
CELLULOSIC MAN-MADE FIBERS
1
0
361,000
409
2077
ANIMAL AND MARINE FATS & OILS
2
5
5,790,000
404
3531
CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY
2
2
567,000
400
8744
FACILITIES SUPPORT SERVICES
0
3
30,500
396
2892
EXPLOSIVES
2
2
12,100,000
386
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
2262
FINISH OF BRD WOV FAB/MAN-MADE
7
0
1,780,000
386
2269
FINISHERS OF TEXTILES, NEC
3
2
2,900,000
378
2033
CANNED FRUITS, VEG, PRES, JAM
1
16
4,070,000
334
2032
CANNED SPECIALTIES
0
3
103,000
324
2253
KNIT OUTERWEAR MILLS
1
0
54,000
317
2022
CHEESE, NATURAL AND PROCESSED
1
15
12,500,000
306
3061
MECHANICAL RUBBER GOODS
0
6
237,000
299
2257
CIRCULAR KNIT FABRIC MILLS
2
0
4,250,000
297
3463
NONFERROUS FORCINGS
2
0
2,050,000
296
3313
ELECTROMETALLURGICAL PRODUCTS
0
3
915,000
283
5093
SCRAP & WASTE MATERIALS
0
6
61,200
281
2035
PICKLED FRTS & VEG. SAUCES
1
6
17,700,000
279
9211
COURTS
0
2
448
272
3273
READY-MIXED CONCRETE
0
181
114,000,000
265
4225
GENERAL WAREHOUSING & STORAGE
1
11
112,000
265
4011
RAILROADS, LINE HAUL OPERATING
1
36
1,290,000
263
8412
MUSEUMS AND ART GALLERIES
0
6
22,900
258
7032
SPORTING & RECREATIONAL CAMPS
0
62
223,000
241
3317
STEEL PIPE AND TUBES
4
9
156,000
240
8063
PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS
0
6
11,700
239
2013
SAUSAGES & PREPARED MEAT PROD
0
12
31,300,000
238
3691
STORAGE BATTERIES
0
1
12,000
227
8661
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
0
14
8,190
226
3089
PLASTICS PRODUCTS, NEC
2
10
582,000
217
2092
FRE OR FROZ PCK FISH, SEAFOOD
3
10
74,100,000
216
4925
MIXED,MANUFAC,OR LIQ GAS PROD
1
3
15,600,000
215
3651
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING SETS
0
1
423
212
2824
SYN ORG FIBERS,EXCEPT CELLULOS
5
1
1,000,000
207
3585
REFRIGERATION & HEATING EQUIP
1
5
672,000
188
3443
FAB PLATE WORK (BOILER SHOPS)
0
5
377,000
184
8059
NURSING AND PERSONAL CARE, NEC
0
10
12,000
179
3356
ROLL, DRAW & EXTRUD NONFERROUS
1
1
2,270
178
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischanjcrs
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
2813
INDUSTRIAL GASES
0
40
3,860,000
177
3479
METAL COATING & ALLIED SERVIC
2
13
294,000
175
2836
BIOLOGCAL PROD, EXCEPT DIAGNOS
0
2
4,820,000
175
2436
SOFTWOOD VENEER AND PLYWOOD
0
6
2,450,000
173
4226
SPECIAL WAREHOUSING & STORAGE
1
25
9,460,000
164
9229
PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY, NEC
0
2
1,270
160
2843
SURF ACTIVE AGENT, FIN AGENTS
1
1
1,350,000
148
3674
SEMICONDUCTORS & RELATED DEVIC
2
1
1,150,000
147
1629
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC
0
10
431,000
140
1321
NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS
0
19
1,900,000
129
3721
AIRCRAFT
1
4
47,700,000
128
5541
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS
0
47
64,500
128
3678
CONNECTORS FOR ELEC APPLICATIO
0
1
62.6
120
7999
AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION, NEC
0
32
18,600,000
114
3511
TURBINES & TURBINE GENERATOR
1
3
138,000
111
6514
OPER OF DWELL OTHER THAN APART
0
30
12,900,000
104
2023
CONDENSED AND EVAPORATED MILK
1
7
1,990,000
104
3965
FASTENERS, BUTTONS, NEEDLES
1
0
5,240
102
1623
H20, SEW, PIPE & COM. & POWR
0
1
63,300
101
3592
CARBURETORS,PISTONS,RINGS,VALV
0
1
314
98.3
3462
IRON AND STEEL FORCINGS
0
5
86,100
97.7
3011
TIRES AND INNER TUBES
2
10
2,120,000
95.4
3262
VIT CHINA TABLE & KTCHN ARTICL
0
1
3,150
94.2
3751
MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES AND PART
0
2
17,300
93.2
2842
SPECIALTY CLEANING, POLISHING
0
3
75,800
83.3
1622
BRIDGE, TUNNEL & ELEV HWY CONS
0
1
143,000
83.1
3715
TRUCK TRAILERS
0
3
881
78.4
3354
ALUMINUM EXTRUDED PRODUCTS
1
1
249,000
77.3
7699
REPAIR SHOPS & RELATED SERVICE
0
4
2,260
74.3
2891
ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS
1
1
234,000
74.2
3229
PRESSED & BLOWN GLASS & GWARE
1
8
5,480,000
72.6
5159
FARM-PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS
1
0
64,600
70.6
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischanjcrs
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
3824
FLUID METERS & COUNTING DEVICE
0
2
431
68.6
8249
VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, NEC
1
4
1,700,000
67.8
3469
METAL STAMPINGS, NEC
1
3
12,600
67.8
9512
LAND, MIN, WILDLIFE/FOREST CON
1
28
289,000
63.3
3711
MOTOR VEHICLES & CAR BODIES
0
6
1,210,000
62.7
2861
GUM AND WOOD CHEMICALS
3
5
1,720,000
62.4
3299
NONMETALLIC MINERAL PROD, NEC
0
2
62,500
61.4
3699
ELEC MACHINERY,EQUIP & SUPPLIE
0
1
370
61.3
3441
FABRICATED STRUCTURAL METAL
0
4
21,000
61.1
4939
COMBINATION UTILITIES, NEC
1
10
78,900
56.9
3399
PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS, NEC
1
3
34,300
54.6
8733
NONCOMMERCIAL RESEARCH ORGANI
1
5
816,000
53.6
273
ANIMAL AQUACULTURE
0
26
31,900,000
52.9
2951
PAVING MIXTURES AND BLOCKS
0
14
1,110,000
52.7
3498
FABRICATED PIPE AND FITTINGS
0
9
314,000
51.9
3357
DRAW/INSULAT OF NONFERROUS WIR
0
5
38,100
51.9
6531
REAL ESTATE AGENTS & MANAGERS
0
4
2,310
50.3
3519
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES,
1
0
5,640
49
3423
HAND AND EDGE TOOLS, NEC
0
3
16,900
48.4
8082
HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICES
0
2
485
48.2
9199
GENERAL GOVERNMENT, NEC
1
3
1,880,000
48
2079
SHORT, TABLE OILS, MARGERINE
0
4
169,000
47.2
3613
SWITCHGEAR & SWITCHBOARD APPAR
0
3
1,550
46.2
3589
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINERY
0
1
1,080,000
43.3
2999
PROD OF PETROLEUM & COAL, NEC
2
6
1,740,000
42.4
2754
COMMERCIAL PRINTING, GRAVURE
1
1
421,000
42.2
4212
LOCAL TRUCKING WITHOUT STORAGE
0
3
1,130
42
2952
ASPHALT FELT AND COATINGS
0
7
4,120,000
41
2026
FLUID MILK
0
6
2,860,000
39.1
4512
AIR TRANSPORTATION, SCHEDULED
0
1
91,000
39.1
5812
EATING PLACES
0
20
2,850
35.5
8641
CIVIC, SOCIAL & FRATERNAL ASS.
0
12
7,860
33.2
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Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
8734
COMMERCIAL TESTING LABORATORY
1
2
4,950
33
3364
NONFERROUS DIE CAST, EXC. ALUM
0
1
645
32.2
4613
REFINED PETROLEUM PIPELINE
0
8
27,500
31.5
5421
MEAT AND FISH MARKETS
0
1
219
31.1
3491
INDUSTRIAL VALVES
0
2
173
30.5
2037
FROZEN FRTS, FRT JUICES & VEG
2
2
5,830,000
29
3663
RADIO & TV COMMUNICATION EQUIP
0
1
1,620
28.9
2421
SAWMILLS & PLANING MILLS, GEN
0
23
952,000
28
3499
FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS NEC
0
4
17,600
27.1
3743
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT
1
1
217,000
26.9
2676
SANITARY PAPER PRODUCTS
2
2
3,560,000
26.6
3296
MINERAL WOOL
0
2
193,000
25.3
3764
SPACE PROPULSION UNITS & PARTS
3
1
5,910,000
25.1
7299
MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL SERVICE
0
9
30,400
24.9
2082
MALT BEVERAGES
1
5
696,000
24.9
3841
SURGICAL & MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS
0
3
6,990
24.8
2021
CREAMERY BUTTER
0
3
8,270,000
24
3671
ELECTRON TUBES
1
1
157
23.8
7371
CUSTOM COMPUTER PROG SERVICES
0
2
247
23.5
8052
INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES
0
5
4,360
23.2
4789
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, NEC
0
5
2,630
23.1
3812
SEARCH & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
1
2
1,050,000
21.7
3231
GLASS PROD MADE OF PURCH. GLAS
0
3
5,650
20.3
3275
GYPSUM PRODUCTS
0
4
2,750,000
20.3
8062
GEN. MEDICAL/SURGICAL HOSPITAL
1
7
31,900
19.7
3448
PREFABRICATED METAL BUILDINGS
0
2
169
19.2
3639
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES, NEC
1
0
3,290
19.1
9111
EXECUTIVE OFFICES
1
1
1,220
19.1
8051
SKILLED NURSING CARE FACILITIE
0
43
147,000
19.1
181
ORNAMENTAL NURSERY PRODUCTS
0
2
158,000
18.3
2096
POTATO CHIPS & SIMILAR SNACKS
1
1
25,600,000
18
3523
FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT
1
6
226,000
17.4
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Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
182
FOOD CROPS GROWN UNDER COVER
0
4
90,000
17.1
7334
PHOTOCOPYING/DUPLICATING SERV
0
1
79.2
16.2
2221
BROAD WOVEN FABRIC MILLS, SYNT
3
5
288,000
16.1
4111
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSIT
0
7
7,750
16
7215
COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRIES/DRY CLE
0
4
927
15.6
7353
HEAVY CONSTRUCTON EQUIP RENTAL
0
1
43,400
15
4221
FARM PROD WAREHOUSING & STORAG
0
2
62,000
15
9621
REG & ADMIN OF TRANS PROGRAMS
0
20
16,400
14.9
3211
FLAT GLASS
0
8
104,000
14.9
2493
RECONSTITUTED WOOD PRODUCTS
1
6
29,500,000
14.8
7997
MEMBERSHIP SPORTS & REC CLUBS
0
12
209,000
14.6
2076
VEG. OIL MILLS, EXCEPT CORN
0
1
55
13.9
8361
RESIDENTIAL CARE
0
19
17,000
13.5
7389
BUSINESS SERVICES, NEC
0
5
203,000
13.5
5015
MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS, USED
0
1
12,400
12.9
6021
NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANKS
0
2
2,780
12.8
2084
WINES, BRANDY & BRANDY SPIRIT
0
4
64,300
12
5052
COAL & OTHER MINERALS & ORES
0
4
81,200
11.4
2542
METAL PARTI,SHELF,LOCKERS
0
2
25.5
11
3086
PLASTICS FOAM PRODUCTS
0
4
601,000,000
10.8
4119
LOCAL PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION
0
1
599,000
10.4
3489
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES, NEC
1
2
5,070
10.3
3429
HARDWARE, NEC
0
1
125
9.27
3442
METAL DOORS, SASH, AND TRIM
0
1
27.2
9.11
5075
AIR HEAT & AIR-COND. EQUIP/SUP
0
1
82.4
8.87
3492
FLUID POWER VALVES & HOSE FITT
0
4
28,200
8.75
3264
PORCELAIN ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
0
2
861
8.48
4013
RAILROAD SWTCHING & TERM ESTAB
1
9
112,000
8.45
2024
ICE CREAM AND FROZEN DESSERTS
0
3
1,780,000
8.18
3546
POWER DRIVEN HAND TOOLS
0
2
1,820
8.01
5191
FARM SUPPLIES
0
7
44,900
7.89
8811
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS
0
10
23,800
7.58
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Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
3421
CUTLERY
0
2
1,610,000,000
7.08
8351
CHILD DAY CARE SERVICES
0
5
768
6.91
8099
HEALTH & ALLIED SERVICES, NEC
0
4
48,900
6.75
3087
CUSTOM COMPOUNDED PURCH. RESIN
0
5
33,400
6.69
711
SOIL PREPARATION SERVICES
0
1
3,320
6.55
279
ANIMAL SPECIALTIES, NEC
0
1
118,000
6.53
112
RICE
0
1
74.2
6.22
2299
TEXTILE GOODS, NEC
1
0
547,000
6.2
2875
FERTILIZERS, MIXING ONLY
0
3
9,830
6.18
1429
CRUSHED AND BROKEN STONE, NEC
0
19
1,160,000
6.12
5311
DEPARTMENT STORES
0
1
160
5.85
6519
LESSORS OF REAL PROPERTY, NEC
0
1
722
5.59
291
FARMS, PRIMARILY LIVESTOCK
0
1
563
5.51
3562
BALL AND ROLLER BEARINGS
0
2
18,200
5.48
7992
PUBLIC GOLF COURSES
0
4
72.2
5.48
7021
ROOMING AND BOARDING HOUSES
0
3
401
5.11
4213
TRUCKING, EXCEPT LOCAL
0
2
15,200
5.11
3561
PUMPS AND PUMPING EQUIPMENT
0
3
9,340
4.96
7216
DRYCLEAN PLANTS, EXC RUG CLEAN
0
1
8.58
4.29
2411
LOGGING CAMPS/LOGGING CONTRACT
0
2
31,200
4.26
2752
COMMERCIAL PRINT, LITHOGRAPHIC
0
1
129,000
4.2
2086
BOT & CAN SOFT DRNK & CARB WA
0
5
23,700,000
4.16
3433
HEATING EQUIP, EXCEPT ELECTRIC
0
1
84,300
4.1
5082
CONST & MINING MACHINE & EQUIP
0
3
39,400
4.07
5199
NONDURABLE GOODS, NEC
0
1
114,000
3.7
174
CITRUS FRUITS
1
1
11,100
3.33
4952
SEWERAGE SYSTEMS
0
1
1,850
3.22
3545
MACHINE TOOL ACCESSORIES
1
0
69,400
3.15
3069
FABRICATED RUBBER PRODUCTS,NEC
0
8
71,000
3.14
3452
BOLTS, NUTS, RIVETS & WASHERS
0
1
6.04
3.02
3599
INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY, NEC
0
1
81.2
3.02
3728
AIRCRAFT PARTS AND EQUIP, NEC
0
5
4,540
2.98
E-28

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Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
2252
HOSIERY, NEC
1
0
20,400
2.93
1542
GEN CONTRACT, NON-RES BLDGS.
0
3
1,290
2.8
3497
METAL FOIL AND LEAF
0
1
251
2.7
2844
PERFUMES,COSMETICS,TOILET PREP
0
2
24,700
2.43
1381
DRILLING OIL AND GAS WELLS
0
1
39,300
2.32
1241
COAL MINING SERVICE
0
3
30,200
2.29
3451
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS
0
1
44.9
2.11
2992
LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES
0
7
379,000
2.05
7041
ORG. HOTEL & LODG HSE, ON MEMB
0
1
8.68
1.89
8222
JUNIOR COLLEGES & TECH INSTITU
0
6
2,470
1.83
4924
NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION
0
1
3,380
1.79
3431
METAL SANITARY WARE
0
1
24.5
1.76
2282
YARN TEXT, THROW, TWIST & WIND
0
2
378
1.76
3799
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT, NEC
0
1
29.5
1.75
3999
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES, NEC
0
4
2,950
1.72
3052
RUBBER & PLASTICS HOSE & BELT
0
2
21,000
1.67
2672
COATED & LAMINATED, NEC
1
1
3,130
1.6
252
CHICKEN EGGS
0
2
4,070,000
1.49
3053
GASKETS, PACKING & SEALING DEV
1
0
1,170,000
1.39
4222
REFRIGERTAED WAREHOUSING & STO
0
4
7,000
1.14
5143
DAIRY PROD, EXC DRIED & CANNED
0
1
13,500
1.12
3483
AMMUNIT., EXC. FOR SMALL ARMS
1
2
42,300
1.11
2671
COATED & LAMINATED PACKAGING
0
1
2.03
1.02
7542
CAR WASHES
0
18
9,750
0.901
3632
HOUSEHOLD REFRIG. & FREEZERS
1
1
688
0.812
5411
GROCERY STORES
0
7
165
0.779
3559
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY,NEC
1
0
415
0.731
3552
TEXTILE MACHINERY
0
3
135
0.703
8071
MEDICAL LABORATORIES
0
1
11,500
0.672
3694
ELEC EQUIP FOR INT COMBUS ENGI
0
1
2.01
0.628
3292
ASBESTOS PRODUCTS
0
1
10,300
0.589
3496
MISC. FABRICATED WIRE PRODUCTS
0
1
101
0.583
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
3716
MOTOR HOMES
0
1
14.4
0.576
5144
POULTRY AND POULTRY PRODUCTS
0
1
153,000
0.563
2731
BOOKS: PUBLISHING & PRINTING
0
1
159
0.501
7991
PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITIES
0
7
950
0.476
2851
PAINTS/VARNISH/LACQUERS/ENAMEL
0
3
1,470
0.437
3548
WELDING APPARATUS
0
2
1,910
0.428
1799
SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS, NEC
0
4
839
0.423
3713
TRUCK & BUS BODIES
0
1
940
0.421
3544
SPECIAL DIES/TOOLS/JIGS & FIXT
0
1
0.826
0.413
3524
LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT
0
1
1.72
0.413
4215
COURIER SERVICES, EXCEPT AIR
0
2
4,740
0.41
4783
PACKING AND CRATING
0
1
26,800
0.362
5142
PACKAGED FROZEN FOODS
0
2
240,000
0.352
4499
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERIVCES
0
1
645
0.349
3679
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, NEC
0
4
158,000
0.345
913
SHELLFISH
0
2
48,400
0.281
4813
TELEPHONE COM, EXCEPT RADIO
0
3
36.7
0.276
8043
OFFICES & CLINICS OF PODIATRIS
0
1
724
0.268
4231
TRUCKING TERMINAL FACILITIES
0
7
14,400
0.246
2097
MANUFACTURED ICE
0
1
0.481
0.24
2297
NONWOVEN FABRICS
0
1
16,700
0.206
7694
ARMATURE REWINDING SHOPS
0
1
1,920
0.2
3534
ELEVATORS AND MOVING STAIRWAYS
0
1
439
0.199
3823
PROCESS CONTROL INSTRUMENTS
0
1
0.561
0.194
5149
GROCERIES & RELATED PRODUCTS
0
2
82,500
0.192
723
CROP PREP SERVICES FOR MARKET
0
1
168
0.186
2451
MOBILE HOMES
0
6
3,530
0.18
2141
TOBACCO STEMMING AND REDRYING
1
0
996
0.167
8331
JOB TRAINING & VOC REHAB SERVI
0
1
673
0.156
3083
LAMINATED PLASTICS PLATE/SHEET
0
1
3,380
0.148
9531
ADMIN OF HOUSING PROGRAMS
0
1
47.7
0.129
3594
FLUID POWER PUMPS AND MOTORS
0
1
0.245
0.123
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
3629
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATS
0
1
216
0.12
4492
TOWING AND TUGBOAT SERVICE
0
1
1,500
0.118
3621
MOTORS AND GENERATORS
0
1
0.213
0.104
2895
CARBON BLACK
0
2
4,330
0.0998
8069
SPECIALTY HOSPITALS
0
3
2,010
0.0925
5146
FISH AND SEAFOODS
0
3
23,000
0.085
3494
VALVES AND PIPE FITTINGS, NEC
0
2
2,180
0.0716
6798
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS
0
1
0.601
0.0604
5012
AUTOMOBILES AND OTHER VEHICLES
0
1
228
0.0549
1522
GEN CONTRACT-RES, NOT SINFA
0
1
0.976
0.0544
3281
CUT STONE & STONE PRODUCTS
0

93,200
0.054
2431
MILLWORK
0
1
123
0.046
5999
MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES
0

792,000
0.0395
7993
COIN OPERATED AMUSEMENT DEVI
0
1
524
0.039
5271
MOBILE HOME DEALERS
0
1
25.3
0.0321
3586
MEASURING & DISPENSING PUMPS
0
1
12.3
0.0305
3412
METAL BARRELS, DRUMS AND PAILS
0

803
0.0305
3084
PLASTIC PIPE
0
1
2,460
0.0282
3593
FLUID POWER CYLINDERS & ACTUAT
0
1
109
0.0201
7933
BOWLING CENTERS
0
1
118
0.0183
4493
MARINAS
0

481
0.016
6732
EDUCAT.,RELIG & CHARITY TRUSTS
0
1
639
0.0136
3996
HARD SURFACE FLOOR COVERINGS
0
1
602,000
0.0115
5153
GRAIN AND FIELD BEANS
0

658
0.0111
2893
PRINTING INK
0
1
13,900
0.0103
4932
GAS & OTHER SERVICES COMBINED
0
1
9.64
0.00776
2044
RICE MILLING
0
1
6.29
0.00698
8322
INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY SERVICES
0
1
276
0.00639
3251
BRICK AND STRUCTURAL CLAY TILE
0

7,250
0.00618
5099
DURABLE GOODS, NEC
0
1
477
0.00588
3532
MINING MACHINERY
0
1
24,100
0.00493
2841
SOAP/DETERG EXC SPECIAL CLEANR
0
2
130
0.00471
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
7911
DANCE STUDIOS, SCHOOLS & HALLS
0
1
215
0.00465
5989
FUEL DEALERS, NEC
0
1
2,920
0.00442
2591
DRAPE HARDWARE/WINDOW BLINDS
0
1
0.385
0.00385
4812
RADIOTELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS
0
1
8.2
0.00161
5399
MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL STORES
0
1
35.3
0.00139
724
COTTON GINNING
0
1
294
0.00123
2041
FLOUR & OTHER GRAIN MILL PROD
0
2
3,310,000
0.000946
3648
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT, NEC
1
0
0.00208
0.000479
5461
RETAIL BAKERIES
0
1
32.6
0.000405
782
LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICES
0
1
1.65
0.000255
3542
MACHINE TOOLS, METAL FORMING
0
1
7.59
0.000174
2038
FROZEN SPECIALTIES, NEC
0
1
0.908
0.000124
3569
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY
0
1
0.0646
0.0000332
2732
BOOK PRINTING
0
1
6.99
0.0000281
5813
DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEV
0
2
6.84
0.0000216
2435
HARDWOOD VENEER AND PLYWOOD
0
2
19,500
0
2064
CANDY & OTHER CONFECTION PROD
0
1
842,000
0
971
HUNT & TRAP & GAME PROPOGATION
0
2
350,000
0
8399
SOCIAL SERVICES, NEC
0
1
69.6
0
2381
DRESS & WK GLOVE EXC KNIT/LEAT
0
1
21.2
0
912
FINFISH
0
1
17,500
0
5085
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES
0
2
346,000
0
4412
DEEP SEA FOREIGN TRANSP OF FRE
0
1
34,300
0
2061
CANE SUGAR, EXCEPT REFINE ONLY
1
3
2,750,000
0
3465
AUTOMOTIVE STAMPINGS
0
1
152,000
0
1099
METAL ORES, NEC
0
2
1,550
0
3325
STEEL FOUNDRIES, NEC
0
1
23,000
0
8631
LABOR UNIONS & LABOR ORGANIZA
0
1
175
0
254
POULTRY HATCHERIES
1
0
43,800
0
3274
LIME
0
2
9,970
0
212
BEEF CATTLE, EXCEPT FEEDLOTS
0
1
57.2
0
4741
RENTAL OF RAILROAD CARS
0
1
8,850
0
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Table E-4. SIC Code Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
SIC Code
SIC Description
Major Dischargers
Minor Dischargers
Total Pounds Released
TWPE
2231
BROAD WOVEN FABRIC MILLS, WOOL
0
1
0.506
0
3411
METAL CANS
0
1
7,970
0
133
SUGARCANE AND SUGAR BEETS
0
1
23,000,000
0
3221
GLASS CONTAINERS
0
1
4,170
0
3851
OPHTHALMIC GOODS
0
1
1,390
0
1781
WATER WELL DRILLING
0
1
15
0
3661
TELEPHONE/TELEGRAPH APPARATUS
0
1
86.5
0
5983
FUEL OIL DEALERS
0

606
0
5942
BOOK STORES
0
1
2.52
0
5511
MOTOR VEH. DEALERS (NEW/USED)
0
1
348
0
5499
MISCELLANEOUS FOOD STORES
0
1
486
0
7218
INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERERS
0
1
94,100
0
7539
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS, NEC
0

1.6
0
1446
INDUSTRIAL SAND
0

285,000
0
3556
FOOD PRODUCTS MACHINERY
0
1
3,080
0
1423
CRUSHED AND BROKEN GRANITE
0
37
1,190,000
0
2051
BREAD & OTHER BAKERY PRODUCTS
0
1
2.96
0
1411
DIMENSION STONE
0
1
0.00275
0
3873
WATCHES, CLOCKS & WATCHCASES
0
1
84.8
0
3568
POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT
0
1
0.458
0
3566
SPEED CHANGERS, DRIVES & GEARS
0
1
4,370
0
3565
PACKAGING MACHINERY
0
1
1,750
0
3564
BLOWER AND FANS
0
1
34.4
0
3563
AIR AND GAS COMPRESSORS
0

26,600
0
3677
ELEC COILS, TRANSF. & INDUCTOR
0
1
41,400
0
4142
BUS CHARTER SERVICE, EXC LOCAL
0
1
49.6
0
1521
CONTRACTORS-SINGLE FAMILY HOUS
0
1
52,100
0
2678
STATIONERY,TABLETS & REL PROD
0
1
94.5
0
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
N150
DIOXIN AND DIOXIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS
100
12
8
2.64
5,340,000
7783064
HYDROGEN SULFIDE
145
26
0
516,000
1,450,000
N078
CADMIUM AND CADMIUM COMPOUNDS
26
28
9
31,200
721,000
N450
MANGANESE AND MANGANESE COMPOUNDS
603
366
92
6,090,000
426,000
N590
POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
147
24
12
3,770
210,000
N420
LEAD AND LEAD COMPOUNDS
1023
1154
307
89,900
201,000
N100
COPPER AND COPPER COMPOUNDS
595
802
306
309,000
195,000
N020
ARSENIC AND ARSENIC COMPOUNDS
118
17
10
39,700
160,000
75150
CARBON DISULFIDE
11
9
0
56,700
159,000
N458
MERCURY AND MERCURY COMPOUNDS
373
75
20
1,320
154,000
N511
NITRATE COMPOUNDS
537
872
68
195,000,000
146,000
118741
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
9
2
2
51.4
100,000
N725
SELENIUM AND SELENIUM COMPOUNDS
42
5
4
43,100
48,200
N982
ZINC AND ZINC COMPOUNDS
598
527
266
945,000
37,800
N740
SILVER AND SILVER COMPOUNDS
13
35
3
1,900
31,300
1336363
POLY CHLORINATED BIPHENYLS
7
4
0
0.502
17,100
N770
VANADIUM AND VANADIUM COMPOUNDS
150
12
5
569,000
17,100
N495
NICKEL AND NICKEL COMPOUNDS
497
728
175
157,000
15,700
107131
ACRYLONITRILE
12
19
1
4,600
10,400
123319
HYDROQUINONE
3
4
0
8,150
10,400
7664417
AMMONIA
621
350
74
8,700,000
9,660
N090
CHROMIUM AND CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS
441
641
166
133,000
9,300
N096
COBALT AND COBALT COMPOUNDS
106
80
32
76,400
8,400
8001589
CREOSOTE
18
4
8
4,830
6,520
N760
THALLIUM AND THALLIUM COMPOUNDS
11
0
0
4,010
4,090
63252
CARBARYL
3
0
0
14
3,920
55630
NITROGLYCERIN
1
4
0
85,300
3,410
107186
ALLYL ALCOHOL
4
6
0
41,400
3,310
333415
DIAZINON
1
0
0
5
3,110
74908
HYDROGEN CYANIDE
9
2
0
2,730
2,920
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
107211
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
61
189
8
1,990,000
2,660
7632000
SODIUM NITRITE
30
81
1
800,000
2,560
108952
PHENOL
138
59
19
111,000
2,210
N040
BARIUM AND BARIUM COMPOUNDS
309
50
24
1,060,000
2,100
128030
POTASSIUM DIMETHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE
0
1
0
2,080
1,930
96184
1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE
1
0
0
303
1,590
106898
EPICHLOROHYDRIN
3
12
0
187,000
1,300
100447
BENZYL CHLORIDE
3
3
0
1,520
1,200
79061
ACRYL AMIDE
6
12
0
1,950
992
75070
ACETALDEHYDE
119
30
4
431,000
951
50000
FORMALDEHYDE
123
79
7
286,000
667
25321146
DINITROTOLUENE (MIXED ISOMERS)
0
1
0
15,100
604
106990
1,3-BUTADIENE
9
2
0
123
595
91225
QUINOLINE
1
1
0
43.1
574
76062
CHLOROPICRIN
0
2
0
195
573
75218
ETHYLENE OXIDE
3
12
1
9,790
490
117817
DI(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
4
17
7
1,860
466
140885
ETHYL ACRYLATE
3
13
2
8,680
434
1897456
CHLOROTHALONIL
2
1
0
58
428
57749
CHLORDANE
0
1
0
0.2
399
120127
ANTHRACENE
11
2
0
151
383
123728
BUTYRALDEHYDE
4
4
0
87,800
367
7697372
NITRIC ACID
13
229
4
425,000
317
1912249
ATRAZINE
2
2
1
291
303
121755
MALATHION
1
0
0
5
280
107028
ACROLEIN
2
2
0
274
268
128041
SODIUM DIMETHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE
0
7
0
3,310
265
111422
DIETHANOLAMINE
16
36
2
144,000
252
64186
FORMIC ACID
69
13
0
586,000
217
87865
PENTACHLOROPHENOL
10
2
3
391
215
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Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
56235
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
10
0
0
608
207
N010
ANTIMONY AND ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS
62
72
36
20,600
206
N050
BERYLLIUM AND BERYLLIUM COMPOUNDS
13
1
0
174
183
110827
CYCLOHEXANE
54
14
2
20,200
182
71432
BENZENE
141
51
7
5,440
163
75569
PROPYLENE OXIDE
1
13
2
7,920
158
N106
CYANIDE COMPOUNDS
39
67
9
27,300
148
62533
ANILINE
10
9
0
21,100
145
91203
NAPHTHALENE
133
54
4
14,300
143
108883
TOLUENE
199
155
13
23,800
134
99650
M-DINITROBENZENE
1
0
0
883
124
127184
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE
18
11
2
478
110
67561
METHANOL
195
264
17
7,050,000
103
1330207
XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS)
152
109
14
22,900
99.2
123911
1,4-DIOXANE
12
10
0
158,000
97.7
107062
1,2-DICHLOROETHANE
16
4
0
9,510
95.1
110543
N-HEXANE
93
68
3
3,080
92.5
1319773
CRESOL (MIXED ISOMERS)
46
7
2
18,400
89.9
108054
VINYL ACETATE
9
24
2
20,500
82.2
80159
CUMENE HYDROPEROXIDE
1
4
0
12,200
80.4
95534
O-TOLUIDINE
2
1
0
312
78.1
120809
CATECHOL
86
6
0
7,750
77.5
542756
1,3-DICHLOROPROPYLENE
2
1
0
133
74.5
25376458
DIAMINOTOLUENE (MIXED ISOMERS)
3
2
0
216
71.3
105679
2,4-DIMETHYLPHENOL
8
1
1
7,530
70.9
95636
1,2,4-TRIMETHYLBENZENE
106
44
5
3,340
66.8
85018
PHENANTHRENE
16
2
1
202
58.7
106445
P-CRESOL
3
2
0
8,250
58.6
88857
DINITROBUTYL PHENOL
1
0
0
18
58
108452
1,3 -PHEN YLENEDIAMINE
0
3
0
133,000
50.6
E-36

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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
N230
CERTAIN GLYCOL ETHERS
36
252
3
435,000
46.4
92524
BIPHENYL
12
6
0
1,270
38.2
1918021
PICLORAM
1
0
0
18
37.3
107197
PROPARGYL ALCOHOL
0
2
0
1,180
35.5
100425
STYRENE
38
54
3
3,390
33.9
108930
CYCLOHEXANOL
3
3
1
406,000
32.3
106478
P-CHLOROANILINE
1
1
0
1,600
32.1
137268
THIRAM
2
6
6
56.3
31.5
79107
ACRYLIC ACID
7
26
0
184,000
28
1313275
MOLYBDENUM TRIOXIDE
23
8
8
30,200
24.2
120832
2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL
1
0
0
260
23.4
100414
ETHYLBENZENE
134
79
8
16,500
23.2
78875
1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE
5
0
0
774
23.2
75354
VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE
4
1
1
49.2
23.1
68122
N,N-DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE
8
22
0
2,680,000
21.3
141322
BUTYL ACRYLATE
4
23
2
2,100
21
84742
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE
1
4
0
1,980
19.8
N084
CHLOROPHENOLS
1
0
0
390
19.5
75014
VINYL CHLORIDE
10
1
0
72.3
15.9
124403
DIMETHYL AMINE
6
4
0
24,700
15.4
75650
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
7
17
1
459,000
14.5
35691657
1 -BROMO-1 -(BROMOMETHYL)-1,3-
PROPANEDICARBONITRILE
0
1
0
437
13.1
132649
DIBENZOFURAN
1
1
0
26.4
12.9
4170303
CROTONALDEHYDE
1
0
0
1,150
11.5
608935
PENTACHLOROBENZENE
6
0
0
2.85
10.7
59669260
THIODICARB
1
0
0
5
10.4
80057
4,4'-ISOPROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL
6
18
0
4,310
10.2
126998
CHLOROPRENE
1
0
0
84
9.24
60515
DIMETHOATE
1
0
0
5
9.2
E-37

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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
122394
DIPHENYLAMINE
3
5
0
459
9.18
75092
DICHLOROMETHANE
12
36
0
8,840
8.95
76131
FREON 113
1
0
0
1,530
8.93
75058
ACETONITRILE
10
17
0
41,600
8.86
7726956
BROMINE
2
0
0
852
8.52
121448
TRIETHYLAMINE
9
9
0
50,100
7.38
55406536
3-IODO-2-PROPYNYL BUTYLCARBAMATE
0
6
0
8,970
7.14
71556
1,1,1 -TRICHLOROETHANE
3
0
0
1,370
6.44
71363
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
22
53
1
61,700
6.31
302012
HYDRAZINE
0
3
1
101
6.08
90982324
CHLORIMURON ETHYL
0
1
0
302
6.05
122349
SIMAZINE
2
1
0
17.9
5.36
330541
DIURON
1
2
0
12
5.28
569642
C.I. BASIC GREEN 4
0
1
0
2.75
5.03
90437
2-PHENYLPHENOL
1
2
0
224
4.48
101779
4,4' -METHYLENEDI ANILINE
1
3
0
2,140
3.93
67663
CHLOROFORM
18
14
0
1,780
3.7
123386
PROPIONALDEHYDE
6
3
0
8,530
3.67
74873
CHLOROMETHANE
20
5
0
640
3.43
533744
DAZOMET
2
0
0
307
2.91
95476
O-XYLENE
3
5
0
634
2.76
N171
ETHYLENEBISDITHIOCARBAMIC ACID, SALTS AND
ESTERS
0
1
0
306
2.68
95501
1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE
1
2
0
253
2.53
98828
CUMENE
27
12
0
739
2.5
79016
TRICHLOROETHYLENE
4
9
4
222
2.22
74839
BROMOMETHANE
2
0
0
44
2.2
110861
PYRIDINE
3
6
0
654
1.98
108394
M-CRESOL
4
3
0
563
1.71
79005
1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE
5
0
0
56.1
1.68
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
15972608
ALACHLOR
1
0
0
1
1.51
111444
BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL) ETHER
2
0
0
1.15
1.22
110009
FURAN
0
1
0
1,220
1.12
75274
DICHLOROBROMOMETHANE
1
0
0
37
1.11
78842
ISOBUTYRALDEHYDE
3
1
0
478
1.02
51285
2,4-DINITROPHENOL
1
0
0
124
1.01
109864
2-METHOXYETHANOL
2
3
0
3,540
1
77736
DIC Y CLOPENTADIENE
3
3
0
193
0.901
1163195
DECABROMODIPHENYL OXIDE
0
12
7
103
0.889
121142
2,4-DINITROTOLUENE
1
0
0
2
0.88
40487421
PENDIMETHALIN
1
1
1
5.15
0.876
108101
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
17
25
0
5,180
0.793
98862
ACETOPHENONE
4
14
3
2,340
0.783
115071
PROPYLENE
8
0
0
1,100
0.771
120718
P-CRESIDINE
1
0
0
283
0.633
87683
HEXACHLORO-1,3-BUTADIENE
1
0
0
1
0.63
98953
NITROBENZENE
1
2
0
60.6
0.606
100254
P-DTNTTR OBEN7ENF,
1
0
0
5
0.6
96457
ETHYLENE THIOUREA
1
1
0
3.75
0.563
77474
HEXACHLOROC Y CLOPENTADIENE
0
0
1
0.514
0.55
96333
METHYL ACRYLATE
6
6
1
51.9
0.519
75003
CHLOROETHANE
6
2
0
141
0.448
1634044
METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
7
7
0
5,220
0.441
7664393
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE
6
30
1
76,600
0.429
95487
O-CRESOL
4
1
0
131
0.393
131113
DIMETHYL PHTHALATE
1
3
0
113
0.374
106467
1,4-DICHLOROBENZENE
1
0
0
5
0.35
100027
4-NITROPHENOL
1
0
0
62
0.303
42874033
OXYFLUORFEN
0
0
1
0.337
0.296
80626
METHYL METHACRYLATE
9
31
2
961
0.288
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
108907
CHLOROBENZENE
7
6
0
83.1
0.244
108383
M-XYLENE
3
3
0
152
0.24
7287196
PROMETRYN
0
1
0
2.8
0.224
834128
AMETRYN
0
0
1
7.3
0.219
21087649
METRIBUZIN
1
1
0
151
0.211
74851
ETHYLENE
4
0
0
567
0.207
106503
P-PHENYLENEDIAMINE
1
2
0
1,280
0.198
106423
P-XYLENE
1
2
0
40.9
0.196
64902723
CHLORSULFURON
0
1
0
1,560
0.182
94757
2,4-D
2
2
1
18.9
0.147
78922
SEC-BUTYL ALCOHOL
5
8
0
8,380
0.111
75252
BROMOFORM
1
0
0
24
0.11
88755
2-NITROPHENOL
1
0
0
53
0.086
91087
T OLUENE-2,6-DII SOC YANATE
1
0
0
250
0.0854
961115
TETRACHLORVINPHOS
0
1
0
0.6
0.084
75718
DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE
2
1
0
137
0.0812
110805
2-ETHOXYETHANOL
2
1
0
8,870
0.0733
101200480
TRIBENURON METHYL
0
1
0
615
0.0478
75343
ETHYLIDENE DICHLORIDE
2
0
0
82
0.0421
85449
PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE
1
6
1
311
0.0398
79210
PERACETIC ACID
1
21
0
22,400
0.0397
88891
PICRIC ACID
0
1
0
3.12
0.0312
100016
P-NITRO ANILINE
0
1
0
55
0.0303
108316
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE
2
0
0
60.1
0.0301
75525
NITROMETHANE
2
0
0
309
0.0266
1563662
CARBOFURAN
0
1
0
0.4
0.024
51036
PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE
0
1
0
0.15
0.0225
75694
TRICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
1
1
0
19.2
0.0211
79118
CHLOROACETIC ACID
0
1
0
20
0.0161
540590
1,2-DICHLOROETHYLENE
2
0
0
11
0.016
E-40

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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2Q13 and DMRLTOUTPUT2Q13 Databases
Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
107051
ALLYL CHLORIDE
2
2
0
2.96
0.00992
584849
TOLUENE-2,4-DIISOCYANATE
1
0
0
26
0.00885
81072
SACCHARIN (MANUFACTURING, NO SUPPLIER
NOTIFICATION)
0
1
0
400
0.00667
90040
O-ANISIDINE
0
1
0
4.97
0.00481
64675
DIETHYL SULFATE
0
3
0
62.1
0.00424
101804
4,4'-DIAMINODIPHENYL ETHER
0
1
0
1.2
0.00336
51235042
HEX A ZTNONF,
1
0
0
5
0.00282
120821
1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE
0
1
0
0.07
0.0014
79469
2-NITROPROPANE
1
0
0
5
0.00133
60355
ACETAMIDE
1
0
0
250
0.00105
74884
METHYL IODIDE
1
1
0
5.25
0.000636
136458
DIPROPYL ISOCINCHOMERONATE
0
1
0
0.06
0.000505
87627
2,6-XYLIDINE
0
1
0
0.053
0.000236
51796
URETHANE
0
2
0
0.33
0.00000237
7782414
FLUORINE
4
0
0
29,600
0
95545
1,2-PHENYLENEDIAMINE
0
1
0
138
0
N503
NICOTINE AND SALTS
1
15
1
73,800
0
N120
DIISOCYANATES
2
8
0
822
0
2837890
2-CHLORO-1,1,1,2-TETRAFLUOROETHANE
0
1
0
0.05
0
75887
2-CHLORO-1,1,1 -TRIFLUOROETHANE
1
0
0
44
0
422560
3,3-DICHLORO-l ,1,1,2,2-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
0
1
0
202
0
137417
POTASSIUM N-METHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE
0
1
0
3,630
0
612839
3,3'-DICHLOROBENZIDINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE
0
3
0
35.2
0
29082744
OCTACHLOROSTYRENE
1
0
0
0.352
0
463581
CARBONYL SULFIDE
1
0
0
1,030
0
764410
1,4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
1
0
0
21
0
123637
PARALDEHYDE
1
0
0
1
0
53404378
2,4-D 2-ETHYL-4-METHYLPENTYL ESTER
0
1
0
0.05
0
149304
2-MERCAPTOBENZOTHIAZOLE
3
2
0
5,670
0
E-41

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Table E-5. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from TRILTOutput2013
CAS Number
Chemical Name
Direct
Dischargers
Indirect
Dischargers
Both Direct
and
Indirect
Dischargers
Total Pounds
Released
TWPE
(Ib-eq/yr)
541413
ETHYL CHLOROFORMATE
0
1
0
0.95
0
75456
CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE
0
1
0
2
0
75683
1 -CHLORO-1,1 -DIFLUOROETHANE
2
1
0
903
0
79947
TETRABROMOBISPHENOL A
1
2
0
18
0
872504
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
8
67
2
169,000
0
924425
N-METHYLOLACRYL AMIDE
2
5
0
54.5
0
1717006
1,1 -DICHLORO-1 -FLUOROETHANE
1
0
0
180
0
2164070
DIPOTASSIUM ENDOTHALL
2
0
0
16,000
0
554132
LITHIUM CARBONATE
4
4
1
2,730
0
1344281
ALUMINUM OXIDE (FIBROUS FORMS)
2
1
1
207
0
191242
BENZO(G,H,I )PER YLENE
87
12
0
377
0
76142
DICHLOROTETRAFLUOROETHANE (CFC-114)
0
1
0
0.05
0
52645531
PERMETHRIN
0
1
0
0.0149
0
79221
METHYL CHLOROCARBONATE
0
1
0
0.05
0
1928434
2,4-D 2-ETHYLHEXYL ESTER
0
0
1
0.17
0
20325400
3,3'-DIMETHOXYBENZIDINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE
0
1
0
0.495
0
94360
BENZOYL PEROXIDE
0
1
0
57
0
1649087
1,2-DICHLORO-1,1 -DIFLUOROETHANE
1
0
0
16
0
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-6. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
PRAM Code
PRAM Code Description
Number of Facilities Reporting
Sum of TWPE
50060
Total Residual Chlorine
1612
1,510,000
951
Fluoride
244
721,000
745
Sulfide
87
477,000
80361
Methylmercury
2
457,000
1104
Aluminum
156
431,000
34247
Benzo[a]pyrene
44
401,000
71900
Mercury
320
386,000
39700
Hexachlorobenzene
16
350,000
34675
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
7
248,000
978
Arsenic
146
225,000
1105
Aluminum
364
204,000
1027
Cadmium
140
193,000
39100
Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
50
172,000
34320
Chrysene
39
140,000
1002
Arsenic
196
131,000
1113
Cadmium
92
130,000
34242
Benzo[k]fluoranthene
36
122,000
940
Chloride
551
122,000
39516
Polychlorinated biphenyls
12
112,000
34230
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
25
94,000
1119
Copper
315
91,500
51557
Polychlorinated biphenyls
7
85,100
1042
Copper
823
81,300
1022
Boron
94
75,600
71901
Mercury
124
74,400
1147
Selenium
125
74,100
980
Iron
303
70,400
34526
Benz falanthracene
35
67,800
1114
Lead
193
58,700
1045
Iron
714
54,700
50901
Ethylene glycol
5
54,400
1055
Manganese
241
48,800
39400
Toxaphene
1
48,000
720
Cyanide
149
46,000
610
Ammonia as N
2034
43,600
925
Magnesium
2
40,800
1092
Zinc
808
40,400
1051
Lead
387
38,900
999
Boron
22
38,000
1056
Manganese
59
37,300
1079
Silver
38
34,000
1094
Zinc
317
33,300
981
Selenium
131
32,000
50064
Free Available Chlorine
46
27,900
30358
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzo-p-
dioxin
2
25,800
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Table E-6. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
PRAM Code
PRAM Code Description
Number of Facilities Reporting
Sum of TWPE
1077
Silver
70
19,500
79531
Benzo(b)fluoranthene
11
17,300
34376
Fluoranthene
33
16,200
11123
Manganese
59
16,000
81621
Sulfide
5
15,500
1046
Iron
72
13,500
937
Potassium
14
12,200
3610
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin
1
11,600
1000
Arsenic
4
11,400
9501
Radium-226
18
9,510
1062
Molybdenum
22
8,530
718
Cyanide
13
8,440
945
Sulfate
343
7,830
1040
Copper
15
7,460
34220
Anthracene
29
7,380
998
Beryllium
25
6,260
1067
Nickel
298
5,500
1074
Nickel
153
5,360
51671
Molybdenum
1
5,160
1087
Vanadium
31
5,130
620
Nitrogen, nitrate dissolved
167
5,120
39380
Dieldrin
2
5,060
77041
Carbon disulfide
3
4,640
51173
Cyanide
21
4,590
34461
Phenanthrene
32
3,770
1106
Aluminum
46
3,280
1319
Manganese
11
3,060
1065
Nickel
2
2,950
34292
Butyl benzyl phthalate
4
2,900
722
Cyanide
39
2,690
34381
Fluorene
29
2,520
1037
Cobalt
12
2,460
927
Magnesium
38
2,360
1025
Cadmium
2
2,270
1032
Chromium, Hexavalent
97
1,950
34556
Dibenz [a,h] anthracene
21
1,880
71875
Hydrogen sulfide
3
1,730
1090
Zinc
16
1,700
949
Fluoride
6
1,690
34215
Acrylonitrile
15
1,610
1313
Cadmium
12
1,540
1034
Chromium
302
1,430
39336
.alpha.-Hexachlorocyclohexane
2
1,390
34403
Indenofl ,2,3-cd]pyrene
23
1,380
77165
Hydroquinone
1
1,360
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-6. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
PRAM Code
PRAM Code Description
Number of Facilities Reporting
Sum of TWPE
621
Nitrogen, nitrate dissolved
5
1,330
1323
Selenium
23
1,250
81020
Sulfate
63
1,230
81551
Xylene
74
1,150
1129
Molybdenum
6
1,090
39330
Aldrin
2
1,090
930
Sodium
2
1,070
34694
Phenol
49
992
950
Fluoride
1
934
34469
Pyrene
34
913
34475
T etrachloroethy lene
34
909
51064
Formaldehyde
11
903
39410
Heptachlor
1
811
81313
Hydrazine
7
773
39496
Aroclor 1242
6
727
1118
Chromium
94
702
78248
Cyanide
4
584
1132
Lithium
7
540
39504
Aroclor 1254
3
537
154
Sulfate
33
515
1033
Chromium, Trivalent
22
515
1303
Zinc
18
504
1220
Chromium, Hexavalent
23
502
921
Magnesium
8
489
1257
Cyanide
6
468
1059
Thallium
28
459
78247
Chromium, Hexavalent
9
450
1306
Copper
24
423
34506
1,1,1 -T richloroethane
21
396
746
Sulfide
2
395
39110
Dibutyl phthalate
14
384
49489
Ethylene glycol
3
371
34391
Hexachlorobutadiene
7
364
39500
Aroclor 1248
3
358
1102
Tin
15
338
32102
Carbon tetrachloride
24
336
34726
Ammonia as NH3
129
319
3818
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-Octachlorodibenzo-p-
dioxin
4
305
34501
1,1 -Dichloroethy lene
17
280
34601
2,4-Dichlorophenol
11
272
81848
Trichlorophenol
1
221
982
Thallium
20
211
612
Ammonia as N
2
210
609
Ammonia as N
20
202
32103
1,2-Dichloroethane
28
199
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-6. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
PRAM Code
PRAM Code Description
Number of Facilities Reporting
Sum of TWPE
1318
Lead
12
186
70012
p-Chloro-m-cresol
1
185
34561
1,3-Dichloropropene
1
180
1007
Barium
109
180
34253
.alpha.-Hexachlorocyclohexane
1
168
34205
Acenaphthene
30
162
929
Sodium
28
160
34657
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol
10
154
615
Nitrite nitrogen, dissolved (as N)
83
141
1162
Zirconium
1
140
39175
Vinyl chloride
28
128
34341
Dimethyl phthalate
9
124
46225
Chloride
6
123
4262
Chromium, Trivalent
18
114
32101
Dichlorobromomethane
14
112
71880
Formaldehyde
18
104
34396
Hexachloroethane
7
103
1154
Tungsten
2
100
34611
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
9
96.2
81364
Cyclonite
2
95.2
1128
Vanadium
4
90.3
71850
Nitrogen, nitrate dissolved
7
77.1
34413
Methyl bromide
1
73.1
39033
Atrazine
2
65.3
1097
Antimony
40
64.3
34210
Acrolein
2
60.2
939
Potassium
1
51.3
61574
Ammonia as NH3
28
51.1
34336
Diethyl phthalate
13
50.7
82057
Boron
11
48.7
9503
Radium-226
2
47.5
1268
Antimony
29
47
51058
Chromium, Trivalent
1
46.9
923
Sodium
10
45.4
39320
p,p'-DDE
1
44.4
1152
Titanium
9
44.1
34356
.beta. -Endosulfan
1
41
39180
Trichloroethylene
70
37.7
34255
.beta.-Hexachlorocyclohexane
1
33.6
34696
Naphthalene
53
32.2
1009
Barium
17
31.8
34571
p-Dichlorobenzene
15
29.9
39508
Aroclor 1260
1
29.9
1145
Selenium
6
29.6
71871
Bromine
1
26.2
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-6. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
PRAM Code
PRAM Code Description
Number of Facilities Reporting
Sum of TWPE
51044
1,3 -Dichloropropene
6
25.2
32106
Chloroform
106
25.1
34030
Benzene
121
24.7
32104
T ribromomethane
15
23.6
34626
2,6-Dinitrotoluene
8
23.5
39344
Lindane
4
23.4
34671
Aroclor 1016
2
21.8
39300
p,p'-DDT
1
20.7
1012
Beryllium
7
18.7
1082
Strontium
10
18.5
39488
Aroclor 1221
1
17.5
39492
Aroclor 1232
1
17.5
77571
Carbazole
2
14.9
77111
Triethylamine
2
14.2
946
Sulfate
5
13.3
619
Ammonia as NH3
22
12.9
34616
2,4-Dinitrophenol
10
12.6
34511
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
11
12.2
34010
Toluene
107
12.1
1322
Nickel
5
11.6
77089
Aniline
1
11.1
34551
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
10
10.7
77416
2-Methylnaphthalene
1
10.7
34541
1,2-Dichloropropane
10
10.7
34621
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol
5
10.6
51007
.beta.-Hexachlorocyclohexane
1
10.5
719
Cyanide
3
10.2
1252
Arsenic
2
9.54
82388
1,4-Dioxane
5
9.49
1005
Barium
2
8.98
11501
Radium-228
1
8.96
386
Ozone
1
8.88
32105
Chlorodibromomethane
12
8.7
39032
Pentachlorophenol
6
8.68
81524
Dichlorobenzene
4
8.19
34646
p-Nitrophenol
8
7.52
1311
Barium
1
6.18
34566
m-Dichlorobenzene
12
5.9
34536
o-Dichlorobenzene
13
5.87
34447
Nitrobenzene
9
5.73
82318
Tantalum
1
5.69
34606
2,4-Dimethylphenol
13
5.5
34200
Acenaphthylene
22
5.11
50796
Acrylamide
1
4.96
85811
Chloroethane
13
4.4
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-6. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
PRAM Code
PRAM Code Description
Number of Facilities Reporting
Sum of TWPE
4240
Acetochlor
1
4.39
1308
Aluminum
1
4.37
71890
Mercury
2
4.31
78389
T etrachloroethy lene
9
4.16
61163
Propylene glycol
2
4.1
77885
Methanol
5
3.99
77015
Isopropanol
2
3.85
941
Chloride
2
3.65
34531
1,2-Dichloroethane
6
3.39
78198
Heptane
1
3.29
81651
4,4'-Isopropylidenediphenol
1
3.15
73088
4,5,6-Trichloroguaiacol
1
2.96
77004
Ethanol
5
2.77
39755
Mirex
1
2.66
34496
1,1 -Dichloroethane
18
2.51
34418
Chloromethane
15
2.49
991
Arsenic, trivalent, total recoverable
1
2.39
984
Titanium
2
2.06
39930
Pyrethrins
1
1.91
39161
Alachlor
1
1.9
3824
Tributyltin
1
1.84
613
Nitrite nitrogen, dissolved (as N)
1
1.74
82052
Dicamba
1
1.66
979
Cobalt
6
1.64
82295
Chloride
4
1.44
77030
Diethylamine
1
1.41
77146
p-Cresol
9
1.24
34371
Ethylbenzene
64
1.21
1049
Lead
3
1.18
81686
cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
1
1.12
34301
Chlorobenzene
17
1.09
34591
o-Nitrophenol
9
1.04
78391
Trichloroethylene
14
1.02
34586
o-Chlorophenol
10
0.869
71855
Nitrite nitrogen, dissolved (as N)
4
0.733
34423
Methylene chloride
37
0.649
77579
Diphenylamine
1
0.629
1030
Chromium
1
0.619
85814
Tetrachloroethy lene
1
0.616
79778
Cresol
2
0.583
1084
Strontium
1
0.478
81688
Ethylene glycol
1
0.36
34438
N-Nitrosodimethylamine
2
0.295
39702
Hexachlorobutadiene
2
0.253
77093
cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
6
0.251
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-6. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
PRAM Code
PRAM Code Description
Number of Facilities Reporting
Sum of TWPE
78204
Chlorotoluene
1
0.237
81679
Epichlorohydrin
1
0.233
77045
Pyridine
4
0.206
38676
1,2-Dichloroethy lene
5
0.206
1020
Boron
1
0.182
1304
Silver
1
0.157
34728
p-Xylene
2
0.153
81549
T etrachloroethane
1
0.151
3821
Methylene chloride
1
0.145
61209
Perchlorate (C104)
3
0.132
81607
T etrahy drofuran
7
0.131
34306
Chlorodibromomethane
2
0.125
38528
Metiram
3
0.125
935
Potassium
1
0.103
49543
N,N-Dimethylaniline
1
0.0924
77804
n-Octadecane
2
0.0919
77427
n-Decane
2
0.0919
39730
2,4-D
3
0.0904
79862
Heptane
1
0.0767
4147
2-Methoxyethanol
1
0.0714
81574
cis-1,2-Dichloroethy lene
4
0.0687
51046
o-Cresol
2
0.0643
1035
Cobalt
1
0.0642
81708
Styrene
3
0.0611
51001
Isobutyraldehyde
1
0.054
81552
Acetone
17
0.0535
77860
Butachlor
1
0.0405
51437
Hexane
1
0.0383
51159
Propazine
1
0.0344
85810
trans-1,2-Dichloroethy lene
2
0.0296
38693
Dichlorobromomethane
2
0.0225
81585
Ethyl acetate
2
0.0223
77057
Vinyl acetate
1
0.0219
51002
n-Amyl acetate
1
0.0217
34516
1,1,2,2-T etrachloroethane
2
0.0194
34031
Chlorobenzene
1
0.0156
77117
Isopropyl ether
1
0.0154
1085
Vanadium
1
0.0154
37371
Ethylbenzene
7
0.0145
4150
o-Dichlorobenzene
1
0.0128
61162
1,1 -Dichloroethy lene
2
0.0118
22417
Methyl tert-butyl ether
17
0.00836
77189
n-Butyl acetate
1
0.00784
46363
cis-1,2-Dichloroethy lene
1
0.00783
34581
2-Chloronaphthalene
1
0.00737
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Appendix E—Results of the TRILTOUTPUT2013 and DMRLTOUTPUT2013 Databases
Table E-6. Chemical Rankings by TWPE from DMRLTOutput2013
PRAM Code
PRAM Code Description
Number of Facilities Reporting
Sum of TWPE
34546
trans-1,2-Dichloroethy lene
9
0.00721
81553
Acetophenone
3
0.00718
81360
TNT, dissolved
1
0.00716
78122
Benzo \ jl fluoranthene
1
0.00571
73207
Acetonitrile
1
0.00537
51003
1-Pentanol
1
0.00391
34259
.delta.-Hexachlorocyclohexane
1
0.00224
45013
Isopropyl acetate
1
0.00174
3864
cis-1,2-Dichloroethy lene

0.00166
34426
Methylene chloride
1
0.00122
51073
Dichlorobromomethane
1
0.000987
81577
Isopropyl ether
1
0.000925
78356
Methyl ethyl ketone
5
0.000895
51045
.alpha.-Terpineol
4
0.000844
78133
Methyl isobutyl ketone
2
0.00082
85813
Tolytriazole
1
0.000718
34668
CFC-12
2
0.000711
34425
Methylene chloride
1
0.000628
50764
Trichloroethane
1
0.000564
77652
CFC-113
1
0.000493
81596
Methyl isobutyl ketone
1
0.000279
71800
Urea
1
0.00027
1052
Lead
1
0.000204
77493
.alpha.-Terpineol
1
0.000193
51675
Nitrogen, nitrate dissolved
1
0.000165
81595
Methyl ethyl ketone
1
0.000156
34198
.delta.-Hexachlorocyclohexane
1
0.000123
1314
Chromium, Trivalent
1
0.000105
82196
Hexamethylphosphoramide

0.0000892
78113
Ethylbenzene
1
0.0000244
51000
Methyl formate
1
0.0000224
34374
Ethylbenzene
1
0.000019
77135
o-Xylene
1
0.0000178
34488
CFC-11
1
0.0000161
81711
o-Xylene
1
0.0000154
51025
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9-Octachlorodibenzofuran
1
0.0000123
3615
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol
1
0.00000597
77042
Dimethyl sulfoxide
1
0.00000415
50092
Mercury
8
0.00000337
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