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Description: The on-site energy recovery methods used on the chemical. Energy recovery is the combustion of the toxic chemical is some form of energy recovery device, such as a furnace (including kilns) or boiler. Unlike section 7A which includes all treatment methods applied to the waste stream, the energy recovery must be directed at the specific toxic chemical being reported. This means that the toxic chemical must have significant heating value, not chemicals such as metals. (Data in TRI_ENERGY_RECOV ERY were submitted on EPA Form R, Part II, Section 7B, 'On-Site Energy Recovery Processes'.)


Envirofacts Data Service API for TRI_ENERGY_RECOVERY: Envirofacts has developed a RESTful data service API to all of its internal data holdings. This functionality provides a user of Envirofacts with the ability to query any table through the use of a URL. The default output is in XML, which can be utilized in other applications, as well as tools such as Microsoft Excel or Access. Output options of CSV and Excel can be requested in the URL. The entire Envirofacts database metadata is available online, so that all tables and columns within Envirofacts are documented. Having the table structures available in this manner makes most of Envirofacts data easily available through the service. More information is available on the Envirofacts Services page.

Below is a sample of the first 10 rows of data for the TRI_ENERGY_RECOVERY table. The URL used to produce this output is: