TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY (TRI)
BASIC DATA FILES DOCUMENTATION
Updated for RY 2017
July 2018
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Environmental Protection
Mm Agency

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AN OVERVIEW OF TRI BASIC DATA FILES
Industrial facilities that meet Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Program reporting requirements submit their data
to EPA using either the Reporting Form R or Form A. Each "Basic" data file contains the 100 most-requested
data fields from the TRI reporting form, including the quantities of toxic chemicals released into the
environment on site at facilities; the quantities transferred off site to other facilities; and summary data
concerning releases, recycling, energy recovery and treatment.
There are four different types of basic data files:
1)	The "state data files" contain data for one state, district or U.S. territory for each calendar year. For
example, the 2016 Alabama state data file has all the data for Alabama-located facilities that submitted
TRI data for calendar year 2016.
2)	The "national data files" contain all the TRI data for the United States for a specific calendar year. This
includes data for all 50 states and the six U.S. districts and territories (i.e., American Samoa, District of
Columbia, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands).
3)	The "federal facility data files" contain data for all government-owned federal sites for a specific
calendar year.
4)	The "tribal data files" contain data for all facilities located on tribal lands that submitted TRI data for a
specific calendar year.

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WHAT'S IN THIS DOCUMENT
The rest of this document is organized as a four-column data table. It describes what information you will
find when you download and open any of the TRI Basic data files.
Column
Description
Number (No.)
The sequential number of the data element in the record
Field Name
The name of the data element (Note: these names correspond to the
various column headings in the data files themselves.)
Data Type
'C' for character data (alphanumeric)
'N' for numeric data
'D' for date
Description
A brief description of what the data element represents and where on the
TRI reporting form it is reported (i.e., reference). Also included is an
indication of the maximum length of the data element. For numeric data,
comma notation is used for numbers that may contain decimals. For
example, a "maximum length" value of "22,7" indicates that the number
can be 22 digits long with 7 digits to the right of the decimal point.
When you open any of the Basic data files, you'll see that the contents are delimited by commas, meaning a
comma is placed between each data element. The first row of each file contains column headers, which
correspond to the "field names" in this document.
YEAR I TRIJFACIUTYJ D	FR.5JD	FACILITYJMAME

2016
32206PRT CN151TA
110031019083 PORT CONSOLIDATED INC
3
2016
32218SMOCX11811
110009078425 SEMCO
4
5
2016
2016
33605CTGPT801MC
33411CNSLD1782S
110027973263 CITGO PETROLEUM CORP
110000493029 PORT CONSOLIDATED INC
6
2016
33430SG RSP12815
110000917624 SUGAR SUPPLY INC
Example of the first columns and rows of a Basic data file
REMINDER: Quantities of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds are in grams. Quantities of all other TRI chemicals
are reported in pounds. Facilities cannot use range codes to report quantities for dioxin and dioxin-like
compounds and other Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxics (PBTs). For a list of PBT chemicals see "Appendix B -
Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxics (PBTs)."
HELPFUL RESOURCES FOR USERS OF DOWNLOADABLE DATA FILES
When using any of the downloadable TRI data files, it will be helpful for users to refer to the TRI Reporting
Form R, the TRI Reporting Forms & Instructions document, and the Envirofacts TRI data model. The
Reporting Forms & Instructions document and sample reporting forms are available online in the GuideME
application at www.epa.gov/tri/guideme. The Envirofacts TRI data model is found at
https://www.epa.gov/enviro/tri-model. These resources provide useful context and have additional details
about certain data elements.

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ZEROES IN THE DATA
The TRI Basic Data Files are intended to be loaded into spreadsheets, databases and statistical applications.
Some of these tools require that numeric data fields be populated with a number (and not a blank) for the
tool to work correctly. For instance, to calculate a total for a spreadsheet column, all rows in that column
must contain a number and not be blank.
Considering this, the TRI Program has inserted zeroes into the TRI Basic Data Files in places where numeric
data fields were blank. There are three reasons why a numeric data field on a TRI reporting form may be
blank. The first is facilities that report "NA" or "Not Applicable" for a quantity on the Form R. Reporting "NA"
means that the release or waste management quantity is not possible for that facility. For example, if a
facility is not located near a water body, it will not have the ability to release any of the chemical to water.
Therefore, in section 5.3 of the Reporting Form R, the facility would enter "NA" for on-site water releases.
The TRI Reporting Forms and Instructions contain more information on the use of "NA" in TRI reporting.
The second case where zeroes appear instead of blanks occurs when facilities do not respond to quantity
questions on the Form R, leaving them blank. This was primarily an issue prior to the TRI Electronic Reporting
Rule, when the TRI Program still accepted paper reporting forms. The TRI-MEweb reporting software,
however, doesn't allow blanks in the reporting of quantity data; facilities are required to enter a number or
indicate "NA."
The third case occurs when facilities submit a Form A Certification Statement (also referred to as a Form A).
Form A allows facilities otherwise meeting EPCRA Section 313 reporting thresholds the option to certify that,
for a particular chemical, they do not exceed 500 pounds for the total annual reportable amount and that
their amounts manufactured, processed or otherwise used do not exceed one million pounds. Form A only
requires facilities to identify themselves and list the qualified chemicals(s) they are reporting. Facilities do not
have to report any release or other waste management information (normally reported in Part II of the Form
R) for the chemical(s). The Basic Data file record will contain zeroes for all release and other management
quantities from a Form A. Field 38, "Form Type" indicates if a form is a Form A or a Form R. See the TRI
Reporting Forms and Instructions for more information on the Form A.

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BASIC FILE CONTENTS
No.
Field Name
Type
Description
1
YEAR
C
The calendar year in which the reported activities occurred.
Reference: Part 1, Section 1
Maximum Length: 4
2
TRIFD
C
TRI facility identification in the format zzzzznnnnnsssss, where
usually zzzzz = facility zip code, nnnnn = first five consonants of
the name, and sssss = first five non-specific characters in the
street address.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.1
Maximum Length: 15
NOTE: The content of this field is not changed to match facility
ownership, or zip code changes. Rather, the TRI Facility ID
identifies a specific geographical location which is also identified
by the latitude and longitude of that location.
3
FRS ID
C
The facility identification number from EPA's Facility Registry
System (FRS).
Maximum Length: 12
4
FACILITY NAME
C
Name of the reporting facility.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.1
Maximum Length: 62
5
STREET ADDRESS
C
Street address of the reporting facility.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.1
Maximum Length: 62
6
CITY
C
City in which the reporting facility is located.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.1
Maximum Length: 28
7
COUNTY
C
County in which the reporting facility is located.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.1
Maximum Length: 25
8
ST
C
Two-letter state code of the reporting facility.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.1
Maximum Length: 2
9
ZIP
C
ZIP code of the reporting facility.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.1
Maximum Length: 9
10
BIA
C
Three-letter Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) code indicating the
tribal land the facility is on.
Maximum Length: 3

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description
11
TRIBE
C
The name of the Tribe.
Maximum Length: 350
12
LATITUDE
N
The latitude value that best represents the facility according to
EPA's Facility Registry System (FRS). In RY 2005, EPA stopped
collecting the latitude value and began obtaining it from FRS.
Format: signed 2-digit whole number, 6 digit decimal positions
(+nn.nnnnnn). Represented as decimal data.
Reference: NA
Maximum Length: 9,6
13
LONGITUDE
N
The longitude value that best represents the facility according
to EPA's Facility Registry System (FRS). In 2005, TRI stopped
collecting the longitude value and began obtaining it from FRS.
Format: signed 3-digit whole number, 6 digit decimal positions
(+nnn.nnnnnn).
Reference: NA
Maximum Length: 10,6
14
FEDERAL FACILITY
C
Code indicating whether a facility is a federal facility or not.
Reported by the facility.
Yes = Federal
No = non-Federal Value
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.2c
Maximum Length: 3
15
INDUSTRY SECTOR CODE
C
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code
used to identify the facility's sector. This categorization is
primarily used to classify, analyze, and show industrial trends
within TRI data.
Maximum Length: 4
16
INDUSTRY SECTOR
C
The industry or sector (e.g., Coal Mining, Metal Mining,
Electrical Utilities, etc.) a facility belongs to. This categorization
is primarily used to classify, analyze, and show industrial trends
within TRI data
Maximum Length: 120
17
PRIMARY SIC
C
Primary four-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code.
SIC codes reported by facilities from RY 1987 through 2005.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5a
Maximum Length: 4
18
SIC 2
C
Second four-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code
entered by facility. SIC codes reported by facilities from RY
1987 through 2005.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5b
Maximum Length: 4
19
SIC 3
C
Third four-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code
entered by facility. SIC codes reported by facilities from RY 1987
through 2005.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5c
Maximum Length: 4
20
SIC 4
C
Fourth four-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description



entered by facility. SIC codes reported by facilities from RY
1987 through 2005.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5d
Maximum Length: 4
21
SIC 5
C
Fifth four-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code
entered by facility. SIC codes reported by facilities from RY
1987 through 2005.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5d
Maximum Length: 4
22
SIC 6
C
Six four-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code
entered by facility. SIC codes reported by facilities from RY
1987 through 2005.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5d
Maximum Length: 4
23
PRIMARY NAICS
C
Primary six-digit North American Standard Industry
Classification System (NAICS) code. NAICS codes reported by
facilities from RY 2006 to present. NAICS codes in prior years
were assigned by EPA. See Appendix D: "NAICS Codes
Assignments" for more details.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5a
Maximum Length: 6
24
NAICS 2
C
Second six-digit North American Standard Industry
Classification System (NAICS) code entered byfacility. NAICS
codes reported by facilities from RY 2006 to present. NAICS
codes in prior years were assigned by EPA.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5b
Maximum Length: 6
25
NAICS 3
C
Third six-digit North American Standard Industry Classification
System (NAICS) code entered byfacility. NAICS codes
reported by facilities from RY 2006 to present. NAICS codes in
prior years were assigned by EPA.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5b
Maximum Length: 6
26
NAICS 4
C
Fourth six-digit North American Standard Industry
Classification System (NAICS) code entered byfacility. NAICS
codes reported by facilities from RY 2006 to present. NAICS
codes in prior years were assigned by EPA.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5b
Maximum Length: 6
27
NAICS 5
C
Fifth six-digit North American Standard Industry Classification
System (NAICS) code entered byfacility. NAICS codes
reported by facilities from RY 2006 to present. NAICS codes in
prior years were assigned by EPA.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5b
Maximum Length: 6
28
NAICS 6
C
Sixth six-digit North American Standard Industry Classification
System (NAICS) code entered byfacility. NAICS codes
reported by facilities from RY 2006 to present. NAICS codes in

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description



prior years were assigned by EPA.
Reference: Part 1, Section 4.5b
Maximum Length: 6
29
DOC_CTRL_NUM

Unique identification number assigned to each TRI submission
by EPA. Format: TTYYMMMNNNNNC, where:
TT = document type
YY = reporting year
MMM = document type
NNNNN= sequential number
C = check digit
Reference: NA (System-generated)
Maximum Length: 13
30
CHEMICAL

Name of the chemical or (generic name, if the chemical is
claimed as a trade secret).
Reference: Part II, Section 1.2 or Part II, Section 1.3
Maximum Length: 70
31
CAS #/COMPOUND ID
C
Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) Registry Number for unique
chemical, or category code (for compounds).
NOTE: CAS number 999999999 is for sanitized trade secret
submissions.
Reference: Part II, Section 1.1
Maximum Length: 9
32
SRS ID
C
The Substance Registry System (SRS) identification number.
This is a unique identifier assigned to a substance for internal
tracking within EPA systems. See
https://iaspub.epa.gov/sor internet/registrv/substreg/home



for more information.
Reference: NA
Maximum Length: 9
33
CLEAN AIR ACT CHEMICAL
C
Indicates if the chemical is covered by the Clean Air Act.
Values = Yes, No
Reference: NA
Maximum Length: 3
34
CLASSIFICATION
C
Indicates if the chemical is classified as a dioxin or dioxin-like
compound, a Persistent Bioaccumulative and Toxic chemical, or
a general EPCRA Section 313 chemical.
Values: {TRI, PBT, DIOXIN} where:
TRI = General EPCRA Section 313 Chemical
PBT = Persistent Bioaccumulative and Toxic
DIOXIN = Dioxin or Dioxin-like compound
Reference: NONE
Maximum Length: 6
35
METAL
C
Code indicating if the chemical is a metal or not. Yes = Metal;
No = Non-Metal. See "Appendix A: Chemical Classifications -
Metals" for a list of TRI chemicals classified as metals.
Reference: NA
Maximum Length: 3

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description
36
METAL CATEGORY

Category of Metal. Values are either 1, 2, 3, or 4. See
"Appendix A: Chemical Classifications: Metals" for a list
of metals in each of the four categories.
Reference: NA
Maximum Length: 1
37
CARCINOGEN

Indicates if the chemical is a carcinogen. Yes = carcinogen;
No = not a carcinogen.
Reference: NA
Maximum Length: 3
38
FORM TYPE
C
Indicates whether the facility submitted a Reporting Form R or
Form A Certification Statement.
R = Form R
A = Form A Certification Statement
Reference: Type of Form Used
Maximum Length: 1
39
UNIT OF MEASURE
C
Indicates the unit of measure used to quantify the chemical.
Dioxin and dioxin-like compounds are reported in grams, while
all other TRI chemicals are reported in pounds. Values: {Pounds,
Grams}
Reference: NA
Maximum Length: 6
40
5.1-FUGITIVE AIR
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the toxic chemical released
as fugitive air emissions at the reporting facility.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.1.A
Maximum Length: 22,7
41
5.2-STACK AIR
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical released as
stack air emissions at the reporting facility.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.2.A
Maximum Length: 22,7
42
5.3-WATER
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical released on-
site as surface water discharges.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.3
Maximum Length: 22,7
43
5.4- UNDERGROUND
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical injected on
site at the facility to underground injection wells. This data
element was reported from RY 1987 through 1995. In RY 1996,
it was replaced by "UNDERGROUND CLASS 1" and
"UNDERGROUND CLASS ll-V."
Reference: Part II, Section 5.4.1
Maximum Length: 22,7
44
5.4.1 - UNDERGROUND CLASS
1
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical injected on
site at the facility into Class 1 wells.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.4.1A
Maximum Length: 22,7

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description
45
5.4.2 - UNDERGROUND CLASS
ll-V
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical injected on
site at the facility into Class ll-V wells.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.4.2.A
Maximum Length: 22,7
46
5.5.1-LANDFILLS
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical released to
on-site landfills. This data element was reported from RY 1987
through 1995. In RY 1996, it was replaced by "RCRA C
LANDFILLS" and "OTHER LANDFILLS".
Reference: Part II, Section 5.5.1
Maximum Length: 22,7
47
5.5.1A-RCRAC LANDFILLS
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical released on-
site to RCRA Subtitle C landfills.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.5.1A.A
Maximum Length: 22,7
48
5.5.1B-OTHER LANDFILLS
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical released to
other on-site (non-RCRA Subtitle C) landfills.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.5.IB.A
Maximum Length: 22,7
49
5.5.2-LAND TREATMENT
N
An estimate of the quantity of the chemical disposed of
through on-site land treatment/application farming.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.5.2.A
Maximum Length: 22,7
50
5.5.3-SURFACE
IMPOUNDMENT
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical released on
site into surface impoundments. This data element was
reported from RY 1987 through 2002. In RY 2003, it was
replaced by "RCRA C SURFACE IMPOUNDMENT" and "SURFACE
IMPOUNDMENT".
Reference: Part II, Section 5.5.3. col. A
Maximum Length: 22,7
51
5.5.3A-RCRA SURFACE
IMPOUNDMENT
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical released into
on-site RCRA Subtitle C surface impoundments. This field was
added in RY 2003.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.5.3A col. A
Maximum Length: 22,7
52
5.5.3B-OTHER SURFACE
IMPOUNDMENT
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical released into
other (non-RCRA Subtitle C) surface impoundments at the
facility. This field was added in RY 2003.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.5.3B col. A
Maximum Length: 22,7
53
5.5.4-OTHER DISPOSAL
N
An estimate of the total quantity of the chemical disposed of on
site by methods other than landfills, land treatment and surface
impoundments.
Reference: Part II, Section 5.5.4 col. A
Maximum Length: 22,7
54
ON-SITE RELEASE TOTAL
N
Total quantity of the toxic chemical released to air, water and
land on-site at the facility. This is the sum of fields #40 through
#53.

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description



Maximum Length: 22,7
55
6.1- POTW-TRANSFERS FOR
RELEASE
N
The total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off
site to a POTW for release or disposal. See "Appendix E: POTW
Release and Treatment Calculations" for details regarding this
calculation.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.1
Maximum Length: 22,7
56
6.1- POTW-TRANSFERS FOR
TREATMENT
N
The total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off
site to a POTW for further treatment. See "Appendix E: POTW
Release and Treatment Calculations" for details regarding
this calculation.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.1
Maximum Length: 22,7
57
POTW - TOTAL TRANSFERS
N
This is the total amount of the chemical that is transferred to a
POTW. Sum of rows #55 and #56.
Maximum Length: 22,7
58
6.2- M10
N
The total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off
site for disposal using code M10: "Storage Only."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
59
6.2- M41
N
The total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off
site for disposal using code M41: Solidification/Stabilization."
Note this only applies to metals and metal compounds.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
60
6.2- M62
N
The total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred
off site for disposal using code M62: "Wastewater
Treatment (Excluding POTWs) - Metals and Metal
Compounds Only."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
61
6.2- M40 NON-METAL
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using the code M40: "Solidification/Stabilization"
when the chemical is a type 1 metal (Field 36, METAL
CATEGORY = 1) or the chemical is Vanadium (Fume or Dust) or
Vanadium (Except when contained in an alloy). NOTE: When a
metal is reported under M40 it's considered a release/disposal
because a metal can't be treated.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
62
6.2- M61 NON-METAL
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using the code M61: "Wastewater Treatment
(Excluding POTWs)" when the chemical is a type 1 metal (Field
36: METAL CATEGORY = 1) or the chemical is Vanadium (Fume
or Dust) or Vanadium (Except when contained in an alloy).
NOTE: When a metal is reported under M61 it's considered a
release/disposal because a metal can't be treated.

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description



Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
63
6.2- M71
N
The total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred
off site for disposal using the code M71: "Underground
Injection."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
Note: Effective for RY 2003, code M71 was deleted and replaced
with codes M81 (Underground Injection to Class 1 Wells) and
M82 (Underground Injection to Class ll-V Wells).
64
6.2- M81
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M81: "Underground Injection to Class 1
Wells." This field was added in RY 2003.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
65
6.2- M82
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M82: "Underground Injection to Class II-
V Wells." This field was added in RY 2003.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
66
6.2- M72
N
The total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off
site for disposal using the code M72: "Landfills/Disposal Surface
Impoundments."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
Note: Effective for RY 2002, code M72 was deleted and replaced
with code M63 (Surface Impoundment), M64 (Other Landfills),
and M65 (RCRA Subtitle C Landfills).
67
6.2- M63
N
The total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off
site for disposal using the code M63: "Surface Impoundment."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
Note: Effective for RY 2003, code M63 was deleted and replaced
with code M66 (RCRA Subtitle C Surface Impoundment) and
code M67 (Other Surface Impoundments).
68
6.2- M66
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M66: "RCRA Subtitle C Surface
Impoundments." This field was added in RY 2003.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
69
6.2- M67
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M67: "Other Surface Impoundments."
This field was added in RY 2003.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
70
6.2- M64
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M64: "Other Landfills." This field was
added in RY 2002.

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description



Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
71
6.2- M65
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M65: "RCRA Subtitle C Landfills." This
field was added in RY 2002.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
72
6.2- M73
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M73: "Land Treatment."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
73
6.2- M79
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M79: "Other Land Disposal."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
74
6.2- M90
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off
site for disposal using code M90: "Other Off-Site
Management."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
75
6.2- M94
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M94: "Transfer to Waste Broker for
Disposal."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
76
6.2- M99
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for disposal using code M99: "Unknown."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
77
OFF-SITE RELEASE TOTAL
N
Total quantity of the toxic chemical reported as transferred to
off-site locations for release or disposal. Sum of rows #55 and
#57 through #76.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2
Maximum Length: 22,7
78
6.2- M20
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for recycling using the code M20: "Solvents/Organics
Recovery."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
79
6.2- M24
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for recycling using the code M24: "Metals Recovery."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
80
6.2- M26
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred
off site for recycling using the code M26: "Other Reuse
or Recovery."

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description



Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
81
6.2- M28
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for recycling using the code M28: "Acid Regeneration."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
82
6.2- M93
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to recycling using the code M93: "Transfer to Waste Broker -
Recycling."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
83
OFF-SITE RECYCLED TOTAL
N
Total quantity of the toxic chemical reported as transferred to
off-site locations for recycling. Sum of fields #78 through #82.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2
Maximum Length: 22,7
84
6.2- M56
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to energy recovery using the code M56: "Energy Recovery."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
85
6.2- M92
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to energy recovery using the code M92: "Transfer to Waste
Broker - Energy Recovery."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
86
OFF-SITE ENERGY RECOVERY
TOTAL
N
Total quantity of the toxic chemical reported as transferred to
off-site locations for energy recovery. Sum of fields #84 and
#85.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2Reference: Part II, Section 6.2
Maximum Length: 22,7
87
6.2- M40 NON-METAL
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to treatment using the code M40: "Solidification/Stabilization"
where the chemical is a non-metal. A chemical is considered a
non-metal when it is NOT a type 1 metal (Field 36, METAL
CATEGORY <> 1) and the chemical is NOT Vanadium (Fume or
Dust) and NOT Vanadium (Except when contained in an alloy).
NOTE: When a non-metal is reported under M40, it's
considered to be treated and is included in in the OFF-SITE
TREATED TOTAL.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
88
6.2- M50
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to treatment using the code M50: "Incineration/Thermal
Treatment."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
89
6.2- M54
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to treatment using the code M54: "Incineration/Insignificant
Fuel Value."

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description



Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
90
6.2- M61 NON-METAL
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to treatment using the code M61: "Wastewater Treatment
(Excluding POTWs)." A chemical is considered a non-metal
when it is NOT a type 1 metal (Field 36, METAL CATEGORY <> 1)
and the chemical is NOT Vanadium (Fume or Dust) and NOT
Vanadium (Except when contained in an alloy). NOTE: When a
non-metal is reported under M61, it's considered to be treated
and is included in in the OFF-SITE TREATED TOTAL.
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
91
6.2- M69
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to treatment using the code M69: "Other Waste Treatment."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
92
6.2- M95
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
to treatment using the code M95: "Transfer to Waste Broker -
Waste Treatment."
Reference: Part II, Section 6.2A
Maximum Length: 22,7
93
OFF-SITE TREATED TOTAL
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off site
for treatment. The sum of rows #56 + #87- #93.
Maximum Length: 22,7
94
6.2- UNCLASSIFIED
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transfer off-site as
unclassified. This includes chemicals reported using code M91:
"Transfers to Waste Broker" and other transfers that did not
contain a specific transfer code.
Maximum Length: 22,7
95
6.2-TOTAL TRANSFER
N
Total quantity of the chemical reported as transferred off-site.
Sum of fields of rows #77, #83, #86, #93 and #94.
Maximum Length: 22,7
96
TOTAL RELEASES
N
The total on and off-site releases from sections 5 and 6 of the
Form R. This field equals On-site Release Total (field #54+ Off-
site Release Total (field #77).
Maximum Length: 22,7
97
8.1 - RELEASES
N
Amount of Total On- and Off-site Releases as reported in
Section 8, Source Reduction and Recycling Activities / Pollution
Prevention. Reported from RY 1987 through 2002.
Maximum Length: 22,7
98
8.1A - ON-SITE CONTAINED
RELEASES
N
Beginning in RY 2003, the total releases in Section 8 of the Form
R were broken up into four subcategories. For this data
element, facilities reported Total On-Site Disposal to Class 1
Underground Injection Wells, RCRA Subtitle C landfills and
other landfills.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.1A
Maximum Length: 22,7

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description
99
8.1B-ON-SITE OTHER
RELEASES
N
Beginning in RY 2003, the total releases in Section 8 of the Form
R were broken up into four subcategories. For this data
element, facilities reported their other on-site disposal or
releases not covered in 8.1a.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.IB
Maximum Length: 22,7
100
8.1C - OFF-SITE CONTAINED
RELEASES
N
Beginning in RY 2003, the total releases in Section 8 of the Form
R were broken up into four subcategories. For this data
element, facilities reported Total off-site disposal to Class 1
Underground Injection Wells, RCRA Subtitle C landfills and
other landfills.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.1C
Maximum Length: 22,7
101
8.1D-OFF-SITE OTHER
RELEASES
N
Beginning in RY 2003, the total releases in Section 8 of the Form
R were broken up into four subcategories. For this data
element, facilities reported their other off-site disposal or
releases not covered in 8.1c.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.ID
Maximum Length: 22,7
102
8.2 - ENERGY RECOVERY ON
SITE
N
The total quantity of the toxic chemical used on site for energy
recovery.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.2
Maximum Length: 22,7
103
8.3 - ENERGY RECOVERY OFF
SITE
N
The total quantity of the toxic chemical sent off site for energy
recovery.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.3
Maximum Length: 22,7
104
8.4- RECYCLING ON SITE
N
The total quantity of the toxic chemical recycled o site at the
facility.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.4
Maximum Length: 22,7
105
8.5-RECYCLING OFF SITE
N
The total quantity of the toxic chemical sent off site for
recycling.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.5
Maximum Length: 22,7
106
8.6-TREATMENT ON SITE
N
The total quantity of the toxic chemical treated on site at the
facility.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.6
Maximum Length: 22,7
107
8.7 - TREATMENT OFF SITE
N
The total quantity of the toxic chemical sent off site for
treatment (including transfers to POTWs).
Reference: Part II, Section 8.7
Maximum Length: 22,7
108
PRODUCTION WASTE (8.1 -
8.7)
N
The total quantity of production-related waste. This is the sum
of the quantities in Section 8.1 through 8.7 of the Form R (or
fields #93 through #103).

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No.
Field Name
Type
Description



Maximum Length: 22,7
109
8.8-ONE-TIME RELEASE
N
The total quantity of the toxic chemical released to the
environment or transferred off site due to events not
associated with routine production processes.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.8
Maximum Length: 22,7
110
PROD_RATIO_OR_
ACTIVITY
C
Indicates whether the value reported in Section 8.9 (see row
#107) is a production ratio value or an activity index value.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.9
Maximum Length: 10
111
8.9- PRODUCTION RATIO
N
The ratio of production or activity in the reporting year
divided by production or activity in the previous year. Activity
index is based on a variable other than production that is the
primary influence on the quantity of the reported TRI
chemical. Field length is in the format of +nnnn.nn.
Reference: Part II, Section 8.9
Maximum Length: 9,2
112
PARENT CO NAME
C
Name of the corporation or other business entity that controls
the reporting facility.
Reference: Part 1, Section 5.1
Maximum Length: 60
113
PARENT CO DB NUM
C
Unique identification number assigned by Dun and Bradstreet
to the parent company of the reporting facility.
Reference: Part 1, Section 5.2
Maximum Length: 9

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APPENDIX A - Chemical Classification - Metals
Category 1 Metals (Metaljnd ='1')
Chemical
CAS#
TRI Chemical ID
ANTIMONY
7440-36-0
007440360
ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS
N010
N010
ARSENIC
7440-38-2
007440382
ARSENIC COMPOUNDS
N020
N020
BERYLLIUM
7440-41-7
007440417
BERYLLIUM COMPOUNDS
N050
N050
CADMIUM
7440-43-9
007440439
CADMIUM COMPOUNDS
N078
N078
CHROMIUM
7440-47-3
007440473
CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS
(EXCEPT CHROMITE ORE MINED IN THE TRANSVAAL REGION)
N090
N090
COBALT
7440-48-4
007440484
COBALT COMPOUNDS
N096
N096
COPPER
7440-50-8
007440508
COPPER COMPOUNDS
N100
N100
LEAD
7439-92-1
007439921
LEAD COMPOUNDS
N420
N420
MANGANESE
7439-96-5
007439965
MANGANESE COMPOUNDS
N450
N450
MERCURY
7439-97-6
007439976
MERCURY COMPOUNDS
N458
N458
NICKEL
7440-02-0
007440020
NICKEL COMPOUNDS
N495
N495
SELENIUM
7782-49-2
007782492
SELENIUM COMPOUNDS
N725
N725
SILVER
7440-22-4
007440224
SILVER COMPOUNDS
N740
N740
THALLIUM
7440-28-0
007440280
THALLIUM COMPOUNDS
N760
N760
VANADIUM COMPOUNDS
N770
N770
ZINC COMPOUNDS
N982
N982

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APPENDIX A - Chemical Classification - Metals (cont.)
Category 2 Metals (Metaljnd = '2')
Chemical
CAS#
TRI Chemical ID
ALUMINUM OXIDE vfibrouc forms,
1344-28-1
001344281
ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE
20859-73-8
020859738
ASBESTOS (FRIABLE)
1332-21-4
001332214
BIS(TRIBUTYLTIN) OXIDE
56-35-9
000056359
BORON TRICHLORIDE
10294-34-5
010294345
BORON TRIFLUORIDE
7637-07-2
007637072
C.I. DIRECT BLUE 218
28407-37-6
028407376
C.I. DIRECT BROWN 95
16071-86-6
016071866
FENBUTATIN OXIDE
13356-08-6
013356086
FERBAM
14484-64-1
014484641
IRON PENTACARBONYL
13463-40-6
013463406
LITHIUM CARBONATE
554-13-2
000554132
MANEB
12427-38-2
012427382
METIRAM
9006-42-2
009006422
MOLYBDENUM TRIOXIDE
1313-27-5
001313275
OSMIUM TETROXIDE
20816-12-0
020816120
POTASSIUM BROMATE
7758-01-2
007758012
SODIUM NITRITE
7632-00-0
007632000
THORIUM DIOXIDE
1314-20-1
001314201
TITANIUM TETRACHLORIDE
7550-45-0
007550450
TRIBUTYLTIN FLUORIDE
1983-10-4
001983104
TRIBUTYLTIN METHACRYLATE
2155-70-6
002155706
TRIPHENYLTIN CHLORIDE
639-58-7
000639587
TRIPHENYLTIN HYDROXIDE
76-87-9
000076879
ZINEB
12122-67-7
012122677
Category 3 Metals (Metaljnd = '3')
Chemical
CAS#
TRI Chemical ID
BARIUM
7440-39-3
007440393
BARIUM COMPOUNDS
N040
N040
Category 4 Metals (Metaljnd ='4')
Chemical
CAS#
TRI Chemical ID
ALUMINUM (FUME OR DUST)
7429-90-5
007429905
VANADIUM ( EXCEPT WHEN CONTAINED IN AN ALLOY)
7440-62-2
007440622
ZINC (FUME OR DUST)
7440-66-6
007440666

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APPENDIX B - Persistent Bio-accumulative Toxics (PBTs)
Chemical Name
ALDRIN
BENZO(G H l)PERYLENE
CHLORDANE
DIOXIN AND DIOXIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS
HEPTACHLOR
HEXABROMOCYCLODODECANE
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
ISODRIN
LEAD
LEAD COMPOUNDS
MERCURY
MERCURY COMPOUNDS
METHOXYCHLOR
OCTACHLOROSTYRENE
PENDIMETHALIN
PENTACHLOROBENZENE
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS
POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
TETRABROMOBISPHENOL A
TOXAPHENE
TRIFLURALIN
CAS Number
309-00-2
191-24-2
57-74-9
N150
76-44-8
N270
118-74-1
465-73-6
7439-92-1
N420
7439-97-6
N458
72-43-5
29082-74-4
40487-42-1
608-93-5
1336-36-3
N590
79-94-7
8001-35-2
1582-09-8

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APPENDIX C - Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compound Data
In reporting year (RY) 2000, the Toxics Release Inventory Program began collecting congener data for dioxin
and dioxin-like compounds to better convey the relative toxicity of these chemicals being released or managed
at facilities. From RY 2000 through 2007, Part II, Section 1.4 of the Reporting Form R asked facilities to specify
the percentages of the 17 individual chemicals that make up a dioxin or dioxin-like compound for all media
(air, water and land). Fields #65-#83 of this file should contain those reported percentages.
In RY 2008, the TRI Program improved collection of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds data by introducing the
Form R Schedule One. This supplemental form allows facilities to report quantities of each of the 17 dioxin
congeners.
Although useful, total releases are not the best measure of the actual toxicity of dioxin and dioxin-like
compounds because each compound has its own level of toxicity. Both the original reporting of dioxin and
dioxin-like congeners and the Form R Schedule One reporting allowed the TRI Program to calculate Toxic
Equivalency (TEQ) values for each facility's dioxin releases. TEQs are a weighted quantity measure based on
the toxicity of each member of the dioxin and dioxin-like compounds category relative to the most toxic
members of the category. The values allow for comparison of the toxicity of different combinations of dioxins
and dioxin-like compounds, and help explain the relative toxicity of the TRI chemical release information.
For more information about dioxin and dioxin-like chemical reporting and the calculation of TEQs, see
https://www.epa.gov/toxics~release~inventorv-tri~program/dioxin~and~dioxin~compounds-toxic~eauivalency-
information. To download dioxin data from the Form R Schedule One, visit https://www.epa.gov/toxics-
release-inventory-tri-program/tri-dioxin-and-dioxin-compounds-and-teq-data-files-ca lender.

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APPENDIX D - NAICS Code Assignments
Until RY 2006, the TRI Program used Standard Industrial Codes (SIC) to identify each reporting facility's
industry sector. In RY 2006, the TRI Program began using North American Industry Classification System
(NAICS) codes.
To allow for analysis of data across years, the TRI Program assigned NAICS codes to each TRI submission from
1987 through 2005. The six methods used to assign NAICS codes and the number and percentages of
assignments per method are shown in the table below. The "Order of Precedence" column indicates the order
in which the methods were used to make an assignment.
Method
Order of
Precedence
Number of NAICS codes
Assigned via Method
(in Thousands)
Percentage Per Method
Reported Data Used
1
821K
50%
SIC to NAICS Crosswalk
2
478K
29%
EPA Facility Registry System
(FRS)
3
190K
11%
Commercial Sources
4
113K
7%
Statistics
5
51K
3%
Other Methods
6
2K
Less than 1 %
Reported Data Used - In this method, the primary NAICS code reported by each facility in RY 2006 was used
to make an assignment to chemical submissions (Form Rs and Form As) for years 1987 to 2005. This method
was only used under the following conditions:
1.	The RY 2006 chemical submitted had only one primary NAICS code reported
2.	The prior year submission(s) for the same chemical had only one primary SIC code consistently
reported
3.	The SIC to NAICS Crosswalk (obtained for the U.S. Census Bureau) showed a one-to-one match
between the reported SIC and NAICS codes
This method was used to assign 50% of all NAICS codes.
SIC to NAICS Crosswalk - In this method, the TRI Program used a crosswalk or lookup table that translated SIC
codes into NAICS codes to assign a primary NAICS code to a pre-2006 TRI chemical submission. The primary SIC
code reported on the TRI form was used to lookup the corresponding NAICS code. Not all SIC codes translated
into only one NAICS code, so it was not possible to use this method to assign a NAICS code to each chemical
submission. However, it was used to make 29% of all the assignments.
EPA Facility Registry System (FRS) - In this method, the TRI Program used NAICS codes found in EPA's Facility
Registry System (FRS) to assign a primary NAICS code to each TRI chemical submission. This method was only

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used if FRS listed only one primary NAICS code for a facility. 11% of all assignments were made using this
method.
Commercial Sources - This method involved using various commercial services to verify NAICS code
assignments. 7% of all assignments were made using this method.
Statistics - For 3% of NAICS code assignments, the TRI Program used various statistical methods based on past
and present data.
Other Methods - Manual research (e.g., using Internet searches and other government agencies' data) and
personally contacting facilities helped the TRI Program assign NAICS codes to approximately 2,000 TRI
submissions.

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APPENDIX E - POTW Release and Treatment Calculations
The calculation of POTW Releases and POTW Treatment is divided into two categories, those prior to and
including reporting year (RY) 2013 and those in RY 2014 and after.
For RY 2013 and before, to calculate the amount released at a POTW (POTW Release), simply multiply the
total POTW transfer reported in section 6.1 of the Form R by 1.00 for all chemicals that are metals. See
"Appendix B - Chemical Classification - Metals" for a list of chemicals that are metals. Prior to and including
RY 2013, all POTW transfers for chemicals that were metals are considered 100% released. To calculate the
POTW Treatment, subtract the POTW Release from the total POTW transfer.
In RY 2014, the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) program required all facilities to submit their data to EPA
electronically (accept for trade secret submissions) using the TRI-MEweb software. Along with this change,
the TRI program also changed the way it calculated POTW Releases and POTW Treatment as well as Off-site
Releases in Section 8.1c and 8.Id of the Form R and off-site treatment of a chemical in section 8.7.
The TRI-MEweb software allows facilities to specify three percentages regarding how their POTW transfers are
managed. They correspond to the "Source Reduction and Recycling Activities" in Section 8 of the Form R and
are as follows:
Item
Description
Form R
Section
A
Percentage released to Underground Injection Class 1 Wells, RCRA C Landfills and/or Other
Landfills.
8.1c
B
Percentage released to other media not specified in item A.
8.Id
C
Percentage not released, but treated in some manner.
8.7
If a facility does provide these percentages, then the POTW Release amount is calculated by multiplying the
amount of the transfer by the percentages provided in items A and B (above) and adding those two numbers
together. Then, to calculate the POTW Treatment amount, subtract the POTW Release from the total POTW
transfer.
For example, if a facility reported a POTW transfer of 100 pounds and provided the following percentages
below, the POTW Release would be 90 lbs and the POTW Treatment amount would be 10 pounds.
A
Percentage released to Underground Injection Class 1 Wells, RCRA C Landfills and/or
Other Landfills.
60%
B
Percentage released to other media not specific in item A.
30%
C
Percentage not released, but treated in some manner.
10%
If the facility does not provide the percentages, then the POTW Release amount will be back calculated using
the default percentages for each chemical (provided by EPA's office of Water) and other data on the form R.
See the "Default Chemical Percentages" below.
The first step in this procedure is to calculate the Section 8.1c, 8.Id and 8.7 amounts on the Form R. These are
done automatically via the TRI-MEweb software. The procedure is as follows:

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Section 8.1c: Total Off-site Disposal to Class I Underground Injection Wells, RCRA Subtitle C Landfills, and
Other Landfills is calculated as follows:
	Section 6.1 (portion of transfer that is not treated for destruction and is ultimately disposed of in
landfills or UIC Class I Wells - This is item A in the table above calculated by multiplying the transfer
amount by the default percentage for the chemical for 8.1C) + Section 6.2 (quantities associated with
M codes M64, M65 and M81) - Section 8.8 (catastrophic, remedial or one-time releases to off-site
disposal to landfills or UIC Class I Wells)
Section 8.Id: Total Other Off-site Disposal or Other Releases
	Section 6.1 (portion of transfer that is not treated for destruction and is ultimately disposed of or
otherwise released, other than disposal to landfills or UIC Class I Wells - This is item B in the table
above calculated by multiplying the default percentages for the chemical for 8.ID) + Section 6.2
(quantities associated with M codes M10, M41, M62, M66, M67, M73, M79, M82, M90, M94, and
M99) - Section 8.8 (catastrophic, remedial or one time releases for off-site disposal or other releases,
other than disposal to landfills or UIC Class I Wells)
Section 8.7: Quantity Treated Off-site
	Section 6.1 (portion of transfer that is ultimately treated - This is item C as referred to in the table
above calculated by multiplying the default percentages for the chemical for 8.7) + Section 6.2
(treatment) - Section 8.8 (off-site treatment)
The next step is to check that following equation is true. The equation will be true if there are no data quality
errors within the form and no rounding of data was undertaken in Section 8. The equation is:
8.7 + 8.1c + 8.Id = 6.1 + 6.2 (release M-codes) + 6.2 (treatment M-codes).
	Release M-codes are M10, M40, M41, M61, M62, M71, M81, M82, M72, M63, M66, M67, M64, M65,
M73, M79, M90, M91, M94, M99
	Treatment M-codes are M40, M50, M54, M61, M69, and M95.
If the two values on either side of the equation are equal, POTW Release = 8.1c + 8.Id - 6.2 (release M-codes).
Then, to calculate the POTW Treatment amount, subtract the POTW Release from the total POTW transfer.
If the two values on either side of the equation are NOT equal, percentages cannot be back-calculated. The
POTW Release is equal to the sum of the POTW transfer multiplied by the default release percentages of the
chemical for 8.1C and 8.ID. Then, to calculate the POTW Treatment amount, subtract the POTW Release from
the total POTW transfer.

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Default Chemical Percentages
8.1C - Releases/disposal to Landfills or UIC Class I Wells
8.1D - All other releases/disposal not classified in 8.1C
8.7 - Treatment
CAS#/Chemical
Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
000354110
l,l,l,2-TETRACHLORO-2-FLUOROETHANE
3
84
13
000630206
1,1,1,2-TETRACH LO RO ETHAN E
3
82
15
000071556
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
1
95
4
000354143
1,1,2,2-TETRACH LORO-1-FLUOROETH AN E
3
84
13
000079345
1,1,2,2-TETRACH LOROETHANE
2
78
20
000079005
1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE
1
82
17
013474889
l,l-DICHLORO-l,2,2,3,3-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
0
0
100
000812044
1,1-DICH LORO-1,2,2-TRIFLUORO ETHANE
0
0
100
111512562
l,l-DICHLORO-l,2,3,3,3-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
0
0
100
001717006
1,1-DICHLORO-l-FLUORO ETHANE
1
96
3
000057147
1,1-DIMETHYL HYDRAZINE
1
25
74
000096184
1,2,3-TRICHLOROPROPANE
2
56
42
000120821
1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE
19
22
59
000095636
1,2,4-TRIMETHYLBENZENE
11
21
68
000106887
1,2-BUTYLENE OXIDE
0
27
73
000096128
l,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLORO PROPANE
4
72
24
000106934
1,2-DIBROMOETHANE
1
60
39
000422446
l,2-DICHLORO-l,l,2,3,3-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
0
0
100
000354234
1,2-D ICH LORO-1,1,2-TRIFLUORO ETHANE
1
98
1
000431867
l,2-DICHLORO-l,l,3,3,3-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
0
0
100
001649087
1,2-D ICH LORO-1,1-DIFLUORO ETHANE
1
97
2
000095501
1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE
7
47
46
000107062
1,2-DICH LOROETHANE
1
64
35
000540590
1,2-DICHLOROETHYLENE
1
74
25
000078875
1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE
1
70
29
000122667
1,2-DIPHENYLHYDRAZINE
4
46
50
000095545
1,2-PHENYLENEDIAMINE
1
55
44
000615281
1,2-PHENYLENEDIAMINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE
0
0
100
000106990
1,3-BUTADIENE
1
86
13
000507551
l,3-DICHLORO-l,l,2,2,3-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
3
96
1
136013791
l,3-DICHLORO-l,l,2,3,3-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
0
0
100
000541731
1,3-DICHLOROBENZENE
8
47
45
000542756
1,3-DICHLOROPROPYLENE
1
44
55
000108452
1,3-PHENYLENEDIAMINE
1
55
44
000764410
l,4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
1
84
15
000106467
1,4-DICHLOROBENZENE
7
49
44
000123911
1,4-DIOXANE
1
55
44
000624180
1,4-PHENYLENEDIAMINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE
0
0
100

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Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
004080313
l-(3-CHLOROALLYL)-3,5,7-TRIAZA-l-AZONIAADAMANTANE CHLORIDE
1
55
44
000081492
l-AMINO-2,4-DIBROMOANTHRAQUINONE
0
0
100
000082280
l-AMINO-2-METHYLANTHRAQUINONE
0
0
100
035691657
l-BROMO-l-(BROMOMETHYL)-l,3-PROPANEDICARBONITRILE
0
0
100
000106945
1-BROMOPROPANE



000354256
l-CHLORO-l,l,2,2-TETRAFLUOROETHANE
0
99
1
000075683
l-CHLORO-l,l-DIFLUORO ETHANE
1
98
1
003296900
2,2-BIS(BROMOMETHYL)-l,3-PROPANEDIOL
0
0
100
128903219
2,2-DICHLORO-l,l,l,3,3-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
0
0
100
000306832
2,2-DICHLORO-l,l,l-TRIFLUORO ETHANE
1
98
1
002655154
2,3,5-TRIMETHYLPHENYL METHYLCARBAMATE
0
0
100
000422480
2,3-DICHLORO-l,l,l,2,3-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
0
0
100
000078886
2,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
1
67
32
000095954
2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOL
13
25
62
000088062
2,4,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL
9
9
82
000094757
2,4-D
2
6
92
053404378
2,4-D 2-ETHYL-4-METHYLPENTYL ESTER
21
0
79
001928434
2,4-D 2-ETHYLHEXYL ESTER
22
0
78
001929733
2,4-D BUTOXYETHYL ESTER
12
1
87
000094804
2,4-D BUTYL ESTER
15
1
84
002971382
2,4-D CHLOROCROTYL ESTER
16
0
84
000094111
2,4-D ISOPROPYL ESTER
8
2
90
001320189
2,4-D PROPYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL ETHER ESTER
15
0
85
002702729
2,4-D SODIUM SALT
2
6
92
000094826
2,4-DB
0
0
100
000615054
2,4-DIAMINOANISOLE
0
0
100
039156417
2,4-DIAMINOANISOLE SULFATE
0
0
100
000095807
2,4-DIAMINOTOLUENE
1
55
44
000120832
2,4-D ICHLOROPHENOL
3
5
92
000105679
2,4-DIMETHYLPHENOL
1
23
76
000051285
2,4-DINITROPHENOL
1
24
75
000121142
2,4-D INITROTOLU EN E
1
54
45
000541537
2,4-DITHIOBIURET
1
51
48
000120365
2,4-DP
8
34
58
000576261
2,6-DIMETHYLPHENOL
0
0
100
000606202
2,6-D INITROTOLU EN E
2
53
45
000087627
2,6-XYLIDINE
2
53
45
000053963
2-ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE
5
42
53
000117793
2-AMINOANTHRAQUINONE
2
52
46
000052517
2-BROMO-2-NITROPROPANE-l,3-DIOL
0
0
100
002837890
2-CHLORO-l,l,l,2-TETRAFLUOROETHANE
0
99
1
000075887
2-CHLORO-l,l,l-TRIFLUORO ETHANE
0
99
1
000532274
2-CHLOROACETOPHENONE
0
0
100

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CAS#/Chemical
Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
000110805
2-ETHOXYETHANOL
0
8
92
000149304
2-MERCAPTOBENZOTHIAZOLE
2
52
46
000109864
2-METHOXYETHANOL
0
8
92
000075865
2-METHYLLACTONITRILE
0
0
100
000109068
2-METHYLPYRIDINE
0
8
92
000088755
2-NITROPHENOL
1
59
40
000079469
2-NITROPROPANE
1
26
73
000090437
2-PHENYLPHENOL
3
5
92
000091941
3,3'-DICHLO RO BENZIDINE
9
32
59
000612839
3,3'-DICHLOROBENZIDINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE
9
32
59
064969342
3,3'-DICHLOROBENZIDINE SULFATE
0
0
100
000119904
3,3'-DIMETHOXYBENZIDINE
1
54
45
020325400
3,3'-DIMETHOXYBENZIDINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE
1
55
44
111984099
3,3'-DIMETHOXYBENZIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE
0
0
100
000119937
3,3'-DIMETHYLBENZIDINE
1
23
76
000612828
3,3'-DIMETHYLBENZIDINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE
0
0
100
041766750
3,3'-DIMETHYLBENZIDINE DIHYDROFLUORIDE
0
0
100
000422560
3,3-DICHLORO-l,l,l,2,2-PENTAFLUOROPROPANE
3
96
1
000460355
3-CHLORO-l,l,l-TRIFLUORO PROPANE
1
98
1
000563473
3-CHLORO-2-METHYL-1-PROPENE
1
93
6
000542767
3-CHLOROPROPIONITRILE
1
55
44
055406536
3-IODO-2-PROPYNYL BUTYLCARBAMATE
1
23
76
000101804
4,4'-DIAMI NODI PHENYL ETHER
1
24
75
000080057
4,4'-ISOPROPYLI DEN EDI PHENOL
5
14
81
000101144
4,4'-METHYLENEBIS(2-CHLOROANILINE)
17
18
65
000101611
4,4'-METHYLENEBIS(N,N-DIMETHYL)BENZEN AMINE
0
0
100
000101779
4,4'-METHYLENEDI ANILINE
1
24
75
000139651
4,4'-THIODI ANILINE
0
0
100
000534521
4,6-DINITRO-O-CRESOL
2
53
45
000060093
4-AMINOAZOBENZENE
8
35
57
000092671
4-AMINOBIPHENYL
3
47
50
000060117
4-DIMETHYLAMINOAZOBENZENE
35
5
60
000092933
4-NITROBIPHENYL
0
0
100
000100027
4-NITROPHENOL
0
93
7
000099592
5-NITRO-O-ANISIDINE
0
0
100
000099558
5-NITRO-O-TOLUIDINE
1
54
45
071751412
ABAMECTIN
44
2
54
030560191
ACEPHATE
1
55
44
000075070
ACETALDEHYDE
0
9
91
000060355
ACETAMIDE
0
8
92
000067641
ACETONE
0
0
100
000075058
ACETONITRILE
1
25
74
000098862
ACETOPHENONE
0
8
92

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Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
062476599
ACIFLUORFEN, SODIUM SALT
12
25
63
000107028
ACROLEIN
0
9
91
000079061
ACRYLAMIDE
0
8
92
000079107
ACRYLIC ACID
0
8
92
000107131
ACRYLONITRILE
0
9
91
015972608
ALACHLOR
7
11
82
000116063
ALDICARB
1
54
45
000309002
ALDRIN
62
1
37
000107186
ALLYL ALCOHOL
0
8
92
000107051
ALLYL CHLORIDE
1
85
14
000107119
ALLYLAMINE
1
25
74
000319846
ALPHA-HEXACHLOROCYCLOHEXANE
0
0
100
000134327
ALPHA-NAPHTHYLAMINE
1
24
75
007429905
ALUMINUM (FUME OR DUST)
66
34
0
001344281
ALUMINUM OXIDE (FIBROUS FORMS)
2
98
0
020859738
ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE
2
98
0
000834128
AMETRYN
4
45
51
033089611
AMITRAZ
0
0
100
000061825
AMITROLE
1
55
44
007664417
AMMONIA
0
40
60
006484522
AMMONIUM NITRATE (SOLUTION)
0
0
100
007783202
AMMONIUM SULFATE (SOLUTION)
0
0
100
000101053
ANILAZINE
16
19
65
000062533
ANILINE
0
8
92
000120127
ANTHRACENE
31
8
61
007440360
ANTIMONY
32
68
0
N010
ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS
32
68
0
007440382
ARSENIC
49
51
0
N020
ARSENIC COMPOUNDS
49
51
0
001332214
ASBESTOS (FRIABLE)
0
0
100
001912249
ATRAZINE
3
74
23
007440393
BARIUM
69
31
0
N040
BARIUM COMPOUNDS
69
31
0
022781233
BENDIOCARB
1
23
76
001861401
BENFLURALIN
56
3
41
017804352
BENOMYL
1
49
50
000098873
BENZAL CHLORIDE
0
0
100
000055210
BENZAMIDE
0
0
100
000071432
BENZENE
1
23
76
000092875
BENZIDINE
1
25
74
000191242
BENZO(G,H,l)PERYLENE
0
0
100
000098077
BENZOIC TRICHLORIDE
0
0
100
000098884
BENZOYL CHLORIDE
0
0
100

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Default
Default
CAS#/Chemical

%
%
%
Category
Chemical
to 8.1C
to 8.ID
to 8.7
000094360
BENZOYL PEROXIDE
5
3
92
000100447
BENZYL CHLORIDE
1
27
72
007440417
BERYLLIUM
37
63
0
N050
BERYLLIUM COMPOUNDS
37
63
0
000091598
BETA-NAPHTHYLAMINE
1
23
76
000057578
BETA-PROPIOLACTONE
0
0
100
082657043
BIFENTHRIN
38
0
62
000092524
BIPHENYL
10
2
88
000108601
BIS(2-CHLORO-l-METHYLETHYL) ETHER
2
53
45
000111911
BIS(2-CHLOROETHOXY)M ETHANE
1
78
21
000111444
BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL) ETHER
2
78
20
000103231
BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ADIPATE
0
0
100
000542881
BIS(CHLOROMETHYL) ETHER
0
0
100
000056359
BIS(TRIBUTYLTIN) OXIDE
0
0
100
010294345
BORON TRICHLORIDE
2
98
0
007637072
BORON TRIFLUORIDE
2
98
0
000314409
BROMACIL
2
53
45
053404196
BROMACIL, LITHIUM SALT
0
0
100
007726956
BROMINE
2
98
0
000353593
BROMOCHLORODIFLUOROM ETHANE
1
98
1
000075252
BROMOFORM
2
57
41
000074839
BROMOMETHANE
0
80
20
000075638
BROMOTRIFLUOROMETHANE
0
99
1
001689845
BROMOXYNIL
6
13
81
001689992
BROMOXYNIL OCTANOATE
38
0
62
000357573
BRUCINE
1
55
44
000141322
BUTYL ACRYLATE
1
9
90
000085687
BUTYL BENZYL PHTHALATE
0
0
100
000123728
BUTYRALDEHYDE
0
9
91
002650182
C.I. ACID BLUE 9, DIAMMONIUM SALT
0
0
100
003844459
C.I. ACID BLUE 9, DISODIUM SALT
0
0
100
004680788
C.I. ACID GREEN 3
0
0
100
006459945
C.I. ACID RED 114
0
0
100
000569642
C.I. BASIC GREEN 4
0
0
100
000989388
C.I. BASIC RED 1
0
0
100
001937377
C.I. DIRECT BLACK 38
0
0
100
028407376
C.I. DIRECT BLUE 218
0
0
100
002602462
C.I. DIRECT BLUE 6
0
0
100
016071866
C.I. DIRECT BROWN 95
0
0
100
002832408
C.I. DISPERSE YELLOW 3
0
0
100
000081889
C.I. FOOD RED 15
0
0
100
003761533
C.I. FOOD RED 5
0
0
100
014302137
C.I. PIGMENT GREEN 36
0
0
100

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CAS#/Chemical
Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
001328536
C.I. PIGMENT GREEN 7
0
0
100
003118976
C.I. SOLVENT ORANGE 7
0
0
100
000842079
C.I. SOLVENT YELLOW 14
0
0
100
000097563
C.I. SOLVENT YELLOW 3
0
0
100
000492808
C.I. SOLVENT YELLOW 34
2
50
48
000128665
C.I. VAT YELLOW 4
0
0
100
007440439
CADMIUM
68
32
0
N078
CADMIUM COMPOUNDS
68
32
0
000156627
CALCIUM CYANAMIDE
2
98
0
000133062
CAPTAN
1
23
76
000063252
CARBARYL
1
12
87
001563662
CARBOFURAN
1
7
92
000075150
CARBON DISULFIDE
1
87
12
000056235
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
2
88
10
000463581
CARBONYL SULFIDE
0
84
16
005234684
CARBOXIN
1
24
75
000120809
CATECHOL
0
8
92
N230
CERTAIN GLYCOL ETHERS
0
8
92
002439012
CHINOMETHIONAT
0
0
100
000133904
CHLORAMBEN
0
0
100
000057749
CHLORDANE
61
1
38
000115286
CHLORENDIC ACID
0
0
100
090982324
CHLORIMURON ETHYL
1
23
76
007782505
CHLORINE
2
98
0
010049044
CHLORINE DIOXIDE
2
98
0
000079118
CHLOROACETIC ACID
0
8
92
000108907
CHLOROBENZENE
2
39
59
000510156
CHLOROBENZILATE
39
3
58
000075456
CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE
1
88
11
000075003
CHLOROETHANE
1
85
14
000067663
CHLOROFORM
1
73
26
000074873
CHLOROMETHANE
1
59
40
000107302
CHLOROMETHYL METHYL ETHER
0
0
100
N084
CHLOROPHENOLS
54
4
42
000076062
CHLOROPICRIN
1
88
11
000126998
CHLOROPRENE
1
93
6
063938103
CHLOROTETRAFLUOROETHANE
0
0
100
001897456
CHLOROTHALONIL
3
18
79
000075729
CHLOROTRIFLUOROMETHANE
0
99
1
005598130
CHLORPYRIFOS METHYL
0
0
100
064902723
CHLORSULFURON
1
54
45
007440473
CHROMIUM
76
24
0
N090
CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS(EXCEPT CHROMITE ORE MINED IN THE
TRANSVAAL REGION)
76
24
0

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Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
007440484
COBALT
32
68
0
N096
COBALT COMPOUNDS
32
68
0
007440508
COPPER
72
28
0
N100
COPPER COMPOUNDS
72
28
0
008001589
CREOSOTE
0
0
100
001319773
CRESOL (MIXED ISOMERS)
0
8
92
004170303
CROTONALDEHYDE
0
10
90
000098828
CUMENE
7
13
80
000080159
CUMENE HYDROPEROXIDE
1
24
75
000135206
CUPFERRON
0
0
100
021725462
CYANAZINE
2
76
22
N106
CYANIDE COMPOUNDS
2
98
0
001134232
CYCLOATE
0
0
100
000110827
CYCLOHEXANE
6
19
75
000108930
CYCLOHEXANOL
0
9
91
068359375
CYFLUTHRIN
38
0
62
068085858
CYHALOTHRIN
0
0
100
028057489
D-TRANS-ALLETHRIN
0
0
100
000533744
DAZOMET
0
3
97
053404607
DAZOMET, SODIUM SALT
0
0
100
001163195
DECABROMODIPHENYL OXIDE
62
1
37
013684565
DESMEDIPHAM
5
9
86
000117817
DI(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE
38
0
62
002303164
DIALLATE
21
14
65
025376458
DIAMINOTOLUENE (MIXED ISOMERS)
1
78
21
000333415
DIAZINON
12
7
81
000334883
DIAZO METHANE
0
0
100
000132649
DIBENZOFURAN
18
4
78
000124732
DIBROMOTETRAFLUOROETHANE
2
97
1
000084742
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE
29
1
70
001918009
DICAMBA
1
53
46
000099309
DICHLORAN
0
0
100
090454185
DICHLORO-l,l,2-TRIFLUOROETHANE
0
0
100
025321226
DICHLOROBENZENE (MIXED ISOMERS)
8
47
45
000075274
DICHLOROBROMOMETHANE
1
68
31
000075718
DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE
0
99
1
000075434
DICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
1
91
8
000075092
DICHLOROMETHANE
1
44
55
127564925
DICHLOROPENTAFLUOROPROPANE
3
96
1
000097234
DICHLOROPHENE
0
0
100
000076142
DICHLOROTETRAFLUOROETHANE (CFC-114)
2
97
1
034077877
DICHLOROTRIFLUOROETHANE
1
98
1
000062737
DICHLORVOS
1
25
74

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Category
Chemical
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%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
051338273
DICLOFOP METHYL
0
0
100
000115322
DICOFOL
44
2
54
000077736
DICYCLOPENTADIENE
7
84
9
001464535
DIEPOXYBUTANE
1
25
74
000111422
DIETHANOLAMINE
0
8
92
038727558
DIETHATYL ETHYL
0
0
100
000084662
DIETHYL PHTHALATE
0
0
100
000064675
DIETHYL SULFATE
0
5
95
035367385
DIFLUBENZURON
13
6
81
000101906
DIGLYCIDYL RESORCINOL ETHER
1
25
74
000094586
DIHYDROSAFROLE
10
30
60
N120
DIISOCYANATES
0
0
100
055290647
DIMETHIPIN
1
55
44
000060515
DIMETHOATE
1
55
44
002524030
DIMETHYL CHLOROTHIOPHOSPHATE
0
0
100
000131113
DIMETHYL PHTHALATE
0
8
92
000077781
DIMETHYL SULFATE
0
3
97
000124403
DIMETHYLAMINE
0
8
92
002300665
DIMETHYLAMINE DICAMBA
1
54
45
000079447
DIMETHYLCARBAMYL CHLORIDE
0
0
100
000088857
DINITROBUTYL PHENOL
12
54
34
025321146
DINITROTOLUENE (MIXED ISOMERS)
1
53
46
039300453
DINOCAP
0
0
100
N150
DIOXIN AND DIOXIN-LIKE COMPOUNDS
0
0
100
000957517
DIPHENAMID
0
0
100
000122394
DIPHENYLAMINE
7
12
81
002164070
Dl POTASSIUM EN DOTH ALL
1
24
75
000136458
DIPROPYL ISOCINCHOMERONATE
6
3
91
000138932
DISODIUM CYANODITHIOIMIDOCARBONATE
0
0
100
000330541
DIURON
2
50
48
002439103
DODINE
0
0
100
000106898
EPICHLOROHYDRIN
1
55
44
013194484
ETHOPROP
10
29
61
000140885
ETHYL ACRYLATE
0
10
90
000541413
ETHYL CHLOROFORMATE
1
43
56
000759944
ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE
5
41
54
000100414
ETHYLBENZENE
3
45
52
000074851
ETHYLENE
0
92
8
000107211
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
0
8
92
000075218
ETHYLENE OXIDE
0
9
91
000096457
ETHYLENE THIOUREA
1
55
44
N171
ETHYLENEBISDITHIOCARBAMIC ACID, SALTS AND ESTERS
2
98
0
000151564
ETHYLENEIMINE
1
55
44

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CAS#/Chemical
Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
000075343
ETHYLIDENE DICHLORIDE
1
78
21
000052857
FAMPHUR
0
0
100
060168889
FENARIMOL
0
0
100
013356086
FENBUTATIN OXIDE
0
0
100
066441234
FENOXAPROP ETHYL
0
0
100
072490018
FENOXYCARB
0
0
100
039515418
FENPROPATHRIN
0
0
100
000055389
FENTHION
0
0
100
051630581
FENVALERATE
0
0
100
014484641
FERBAM
0
0
100
069806504
FLUAZIFOP BUTYL
0
0
100
002164172
FLUOMETURON
2
52
46
007782414
FLUORINE
2
98
0
000051218
FLUOROURACIL
1
55
44
069409945
FLUVALINATE
0
0
100
000133073
FOLPET
2
20
78
072178020
FOMESAFEN
3
47
50
000050000
FORMALDEHYDE
0
8
92
000064186
FORMIC ACID
0
8
92
000076131
FREON 113
3
96
1
000110009
FURAN
0
0
100
000556525
GLYCIDOL
0
0
100
000076448
HEPTACHLOR
50
1
49
N270
HEXABROMOCYCLODODECANE



000087683
HEXACHLORO-l,3-BUTADIENE
45
23
32
000118741
HEXACHLOROBENZENE
60
2
38
000077474
H EXACH LO ROCYCLO P E NTAD1E N E
44
11
45
000067721
HEXACHLOROETHANE
18
56
26
001335871
HEXACHLORONAPHTHALENE
0
0
100
000070304
HEXACHLOROPHENE
62
1
37
000680319
HEXAMETHYLPHOSPHORAMIDE
0
0
100
051235042
HEXAZINONE
19
16
65
067485294
HYDRAMETHYLNON
53
0
47
000302012
HYDRAZINE
0
15
85
010034932
HYDRAZINE SULFATE
2
98
0
007647010
HYDROCHLORIC ACID (1995 AND AFTER "ACID AEROSOLS" ONLY)
0
0
100
000074908
HYDROGEN CYANIDE
2
98
0
007664393
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE
2
98
0
007783064
HYDROGEN SULFIDE
0
0
100
000123319
HYDROQUINONE
0
8
92
035554440
IMAZALIL
15
21
64
INVALID
INVALID



013463406
IRON PENTACARBONYL
0
0
100

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Default
Default
Default
CAS#/Chemical

%
%
%
Category
Chemical
to 8.1C
to 8.ID
to 8.7
000078842
ISOBUTYRALDEHYDE
0
9
91
000465736
ISODRIN
62
1
37
025311711
ISOFENPHOS
0
0
100
000078795
ISOPRENE
0
0
100

ISO PROPYL ALCOHOL (MANUFACTURING,STRONG-ACID PROCESS



000067630
ONLY,NO SUPPLIER)
0
0
100
000120581
ISOSAFROLE
7
36
57
077501634
LACTOFEN
31
0
69
007439921
LEAD
63
37
0
N420
LEAD COMPOUNDS
63
37
0
000058899
LINDANE
13
24
63
000330552
LINURON
5
41
54
000554132
LITHIUM CARBONATE
2
98
0
000108394
M-CRESOL
0
8
92
000099650
M-DI NITROBENZENE
1
54
45
000108383
M-XYLENE
3
18
79
000121755
MALATHION
1
7
92
000108316
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE
0
0
100
000109773
MALONONITRILE
1
55
44
012427382
MANEB
2
98
0
007439965
MANGANESE
39
61
0
N450
MANGANESE COMPOUNDS
39
61
0
000093652
MECOPROP
5
42
53
000108781
MELAMINE
0
0
100
007439976
MERCURY
69
31
0
N458
MERCURY COMPOUNDS
69
31
0
000150505
MERPHOS
22
0
78
000126987
METHACRYLONITRILE
1
27
72
000137428
METHAM SODIUM
0
27
73
000067561
METHANOL
0
8
92
020354261
METHAZOLE
0
0
100
002032657
METHIOCARB
0
0
100
000094746
METHOXONE
6
39
55
003653483
METHOXONE SODIUM SALT
1
25
74
000072435
METHOXYCHLOR
45
2
53
000096333
METHYL ACRYLATE
0
9
91
000079221
METHYL CHLOROCARBONATE
0
1
99
000078933
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
0
0
100
000060344
METHYL HYDRAZINE
1
25
74
000074884
METHYL IODIDE
1
78
21
000108101
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
0
9
91
000624839
METHYL ISOCYANATE
0
0
100
000556616
METHYL ISOTHIOCYANATE
0
0
100
000080626
METHYL METHACRYLATE
0
10
90

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CAS#/Chemical
Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
000298000
METHYL PARATHION
2
6
92
001634044
METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER
1
60
39
000074953
METHYLENE BROMIDE
1
61
38
000101688
METHYLENEBIS(PHENYLISOCYANATE)
0
0
100
000093152
METHYLEUGENOL
0
0
100
009006422
METIRAM
0
0
100
021087649
METRIBUZIN
1
54
45
007786347
MEVINPHOS
0
0
100
000090948
MICHLER'S KETONE
0
0
100
MIXTURE
MIXTURE
0
0
100
002212671
MOLINATE
0
0
100
001313275
MOLYBDENUM TRIOXIDE
2
98
0
000076153
MONOCHLOROPENTAFLUOROETHANE
1
98
1
000150685
MONURON
0
0
100
000505602
MUSTARD GAS
0
0
100
088671890
MYCLOBUTANIL
9
32
59
000121697
N,N-DIMETHYLANILINE
2
53
45
000068122
N,N-DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE
0
8
92
000071363
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL
0
8
92
000117840
N-DIOCTYL PHTHALATE
0
0
100
000110543
N-HEXANE
9
53
38
000872504
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
0
8
92
000924425
N -M ETH YLO LACRYLAM1D E
0
8
92
000759739
N-NITROSO-N-ETHYLUREA
1
55
44
000684935
N-NITROSO-N-METHYLUREA
1
55
44
000924163
N-NITROSODI-N-BUTYLAMINE
0
0
100
000621647
N-NITROSODI-N-PROPYLAMINE
1
54
45
000055185
N-NITROSODIETHYLAMINE
0
0
100
000062759
N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE
0
0
100
000086306
N-NITROSODIPHENYLAMINE
5
42
53
004549400
N-NITROSOMETHYLVINYLAMINE
9
51
40
000059892
N-NITROSOMORPHOLINE
0
0
100
016543558
N-NITROSONORNICOTINE
0
0
100
000100754
N-NITROSOPIPERIDINE
1
55
44
NA
NA



000142596
NABAM
0
10
90
000300765
NALED
1
25
74
000091203
NAPHTHALENE
4
6
90
007440020
NICKEL
38
62
0
N495
NICKEL COMPOUNDS
38
62
0
N503
NICOTINE AND SALTS
2
98
0
001929824
NITRAPYRIN
7
36
57
N511
NITRATE COMPOUNDS
0
10
90

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CAS#/Chemical
Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
007697372
NITRIC ACID
0
0
100
000139139
NITRILOTRIACETIC ACID
0
8
92
000098953
NITROBENZENE
0
8
92
001836755
NITROFEN
0
0
100
000051752
NITROGEN MUSTARD
0
0
100
000055630
NITROGLYCERIN
1
24
75
000075525
NITROMETHANE
0
0
100
N530
NONYLPHENOL



027314132
NORFLURAZON
0
0
100
000090040
O-ANISIDINE
1
25
74
000134292
O-ANISIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE
0
0
100
000095487
O-CRESOL
0
8
92
000528290
O-DI NITROBENZENE
1
54
45
000091236
O-NITROANISOLE
0
0
100
000088722
O-NITROTOLUENE
0
0
100
000095534
O-TOLUIDINE
0
94
6
000636215
O-TOLUIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE
1
54
45
000095476
O-XYLENE
3
16
81
002234131
OCTACHLORONAPHTHALENE
62
1
37
029082744
OCTACHLOROSTYRENE
0
0
100
019044883
ORYZALIN
3
49
48
020816120
OSMIUM TETROXIDE
2
98
0
000301122
OXYDEMETON METHYL
0
0
100
019666309
OXYDIAZON
40
3
57
042874033
OXYFLUORFEN
39
3
58
010028156
OZONE
2
98
0
000104949
P-ANISIDINE
0
0
100
000095692
P-CHLORO-O-TOLUIDINE
0
0
100
000106478
P-CHLOROANILINE
1
54
45
000104121
P-CHLOROPHENYL ISOCYANATE
0
0
100
000120718
P-CRESIDINE
1
54
45
000106445
P-CRESOL
0
8
92
000100254
P-DINITROBENZENE
1
54
45
000100016
P-NITROANILINE
1
54
45
000156105
P-NITROSODIPHENYLAMINE
0
0
100
000106503
P-PHENYLEN EDI AMINE
1
55
44
000106423
P-XYLENE
3
19
78
000123637
PARALDEHYDE
1
55
44
001910425
PARAQUAT DICHLORIDE
1
55
44
000056382
PARATHION
9
2
89
001114712
PEBULATE
0
0
100
040487421
PENDIMETHALIN
47
1
52
000608935
PENTACHLOROBENZENE
0
0
100

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CAS#/Chemical
Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
000076017
PENTACHLOROETHANE
6
75
19
000087865
PENTACHLOROPHENOL
54
4
42
000057330
PENTOBARBITAL SODIUM
2
53
45
000079210
PERACETIC ACID
0
8
92
000594423
PERCHLOROMETHYL MERCAPTAN
0
0
100
052645531
PERMETHRIN
38
0
62
000085018
PHENANTHRENE
32
6
62
000108952
PHENOL
0
8
92
000077098
PHENOLPHTHALEIN
0
0
100
026002802
PHENOTHRIN
38
0
62
000057410
PHENYTOIN
2
51
47
000075445
PHOSGENE
0
0
100
007803512
PHOSPHINE
2
98
0
007664382
PHOSPHORIC ACID
0
0
100
007723140
PHOSPHORUS (YELLOW OR WHITE)
60
40
0
000085449
PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE
0
1
99
001918021
PICLORAM
2
90
8
000088891
PICRIC ACID
1
78
21
000051036
PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE
39
3
58
029232937
PIRIMIPHOS METHYL
0
0
100
N575
POLYBROMINATED BIPHENYLS
0
0
100
N583
POLYCHLORINATED ALKANES
0
0
100
001336363
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS
61
1
38
N590
POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
92
7
1
007758012
POTASSIUM BROMATE
2
98
0
000128030
POTASSIUM DIMETHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE
1
28
71
000137417
POTASSIUM N-METHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE
0
27
73
041198087
PROFENOFOS
0
0
100
007287196
PROMETRYN
11
56
33
023950585
PRONAMIDE
10
30
60
001918167
PROPACHLOR
1
24
75
001120714
PROPANE SULTONE
1
29
70
000709988
PROPANIL
4
44
52
002312358
PROPARGITE
42
44
14
000107197
PROPARGYL ALCOHOL
0
8
92
031218834
PROPETAMPHOS
0
0
100
060207901
PROPICONAZOLE
9
32
59
000123386
PROPIONALDEHYDE
0
9
91
000114261
PROPOXUR
0
8
92
000115071
PROPYLENE
0
91
9
000075569
PROPYLENE OXIDE
0
9
91
000075558
PROPYLENEIMINE
1
25
74
000110861
PYRIDINE
0
8
92

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CAS#/Chemical
Category
Chemical
Default
%
to 8.1C
Default
%
to 8.ID
Default
%
to 8.7
000091225
QUINOLINE
1
24
75
000106514
QUINONE
1
59
40
000082688
QUINTOZENE
43
11
46
076578148
QUIZALOFOP-ETHYL
0
0
100
010453868
RESMETHRIN
0
0
100
000078488
S,S,S-TRIBUTYLTRITH 10 PHOSPHATE
37
0
63
000081072
SACCHARIN (MANUFACTURING, NO SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION)
1
25
74
000094597
SAFROLE
8
34
58
000078922
SEC-BUTYL ALCOHOL
0
8
92
007782492
SELENIUM
44
56
0
N725
SELENIUM COMPOUNDS
44
56
0
074051802
SETHOXYDIM
0
0
100
007440224
SILVER
66
34
0
N740
SILVER COMPOUNDS
66
34
0
000122349
SIMAZINE
2
77
21
026628228
SODIUM AZIDE
2
98
0
001982690
SODIUM DICAMBA
1
53
46
000128041
SODIUM DIMETHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE
1
28
71
000062748
SODIUM FLUOROACETATE
1
25
74
001310732
SODIUM HYDROXIDE (SOLUTION)
0
0
100
007632000
SODIUM NITRITE
2
98
0
000132274
SODIUM O-PHENYLPHENOXIDE
0
0
100
000131522
SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENATE
0
0
100
007757826
SODIUM SULFATE (SOLUTION)
0
0
100
N746
STRYCHNINE AND SALTS
2
98
0
000100425
STYRENE
2
13
85
000096093
STYRENE OXIDE
1
25
74
007664939
SULFURIC ACID (1994 AND AFTER "ACID AEROSOLS" ONLY)
0
0
100
002699798
SULFURYL FLUORIDE
2
98
0
035400432
SULPROFOS
0
0
100
034014181
TEBUTHIURON
2
77
21
003383968
TEMEPHOS
38
0
62
005902512
TERBACIL
0
0
100
000100210
TEREPHTHALIC ACID
0
0
100
000075650
TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL
1
55
44
000079947
TETRABROMOBISPHENOL A
0
0
100
000127184
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE
6
87
7
000961115
TETRACHLORVINPHOS
7
11
82
000064755
TETRACYCLINE HYDROCHLORIDE
1
55
44
000116143
TETRAFLUOROETHYLENE
0
0
100
007696120
TETRAMETHRIN
0
0
100
000509148
TETRANITROMETHANE
0
0
100
007440280
THALLIUM
54
46
0

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Default
Default
Default
CAS#/Chemical

%
%
%
Category
Chemical
to 8.1C
to 8.ID
to 8.7
N760
THALLIUM COMPOUNDS
54
46
0
000148798
THIABENDAZOLE
2
51
47
000062555
THIOACETAMIDE
1
55
44
028249776
THIOBENCARB
8
35
57
059669260
THIODICARB
1
24
75
023564069
THIOPHANATE ETHYL
0
0
100
023564058
THIOPHANATE-METHYL
1
25
74
000079196
THIOSEMICARBAZIDE
1
55
44
000062566
THIOUREA
1
25
74
000137268
THIRAM
1
24
75
001314201
THORIUM DIOXIDE
90
10
0
013463677
TITANIUM DIOXIDE
0
0
100
007550450
TITANIUM TETRACHLORIDE
2
98
0
000108883
TOLUENE
1
23
76
026471625
TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (MIXED ISOMERS)
2
1
97
000584849
TOLUENE-2,4-DIISOCYANATE
2
1
97
000091087
TOLUENE-2,6-DIISOCYANATE
2
1
97
008001352
TOXAPHENE
62
1
37
TRD SECRT
TRADE SECRET CHEMICAL
0
0
100
010061026
TRANS-l,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
1
31
68
000110576
TRANS-l,4-DICHLORO-2-BUTENE
2
27
71
043121433
TRIADIMEFON
3
48
49
002303175
TRIALLATE
35
5
60
000068768
TRIAZIQUONE
0
0
100
101200480
TRIBENURON METHYL
2
22
76
001983104
TRIBUTYLTIN FLUORIDE
0
0
100
002155706
TRIBUTYLTIN METHACRYLATE
0
0
100
000052686
TRICHLORFON
0
8
92
000076028
TRICHLOROACETYL CHLORIDE
0
0
100
000079016
TRICHLOROETHYLENE
1
93
6
000075694
TRICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
1
98
1
057213691
TRICLOPYRTRIETHYLAMMONIUM SALT
1
25
74
000121448
TRIETHYLAMINE
1
56
43
001582098
TRIFLURALIN
57
3
40
026644462
TRIFORINE
0
0
100
000639587
TRIPHENYLTIN CHLORIDE
0
0
100
000076879
TRIPHENYLTIN HYDROXIDE
14
86
0
000126727
TRIS(2,3-DIBROMOPROPYL) PHOSPHATE
0
0
100
000072571
TRYPAN BLUE
1
55
44
000051796
URETHANE
1
55
44
007440622
VANADIUM (EXCEPT WHEN CONTAINED IN AN ALLOY)
32
68
0
N770
VANADIUM COMPOUNDS
32
68
0
050471448
VINCLOZOLIN
0
0
100

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Default
Default
CAS#/Chemical

%
%
%
Category
Chemical
to 8.1C
to 8.ID
to 8.7
000108054
VINYL ACETATE
0
11
89
000593602
VINYL BROMIDE
0
0
100
000075014
VINYL CHLORIDE
0
92
8
000075025
VINYL FLUORIDE
0
0
100
000075354
VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE
1
91
8
N874
WARFARIN AND SALTS
3
97
0
001330207
XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS)
3
17
80
007440666
ZINC (FUME OR DUST)
66
34
0
N982
ZINC COMPOUNDS
66
34
0
012122677
ZINEB
0
2
98

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