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|Data Source: 2021 National Analysis Dataset (updated May 2023, released May 2023)||See Note||Instructions for printing wide reports|
|TRI On-site and Off-site Reported Disposed of or Otherwise Released (in pounds), for all 21 facilities, for facilities in All Industries, for 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole chemical, U.S., 2020|
|Row #||Facility||Total On-site Disposal or Other Releases||Total Off-site Disposal or Other Releases||Total On- and Off-site Disposal or Other Releases|
|1||AKROCHEM CORP.4239 HUDSON DR, STOW OHIO 44224 (SUMMIT)||.||.||.|
|2||BRIDGESTONE BANDAG LLC OXFORD PLANT.505 W INDUSTRY DR, OXFORD NORTH CAROLINA 27565 (GRANVILLE)||.||.||.|
|3||BURLINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL LLC.1701 E ALEXANDER AVE, TACOMA WASHINGTON 98421 (PIERCE)||0||20,961||20,961|
|4||CHEM TECHNOLOGIES LTD..14875 BONNER DR, MIDDLEFIELD OHIO 44062 (GEAUGA)||233||.||233|
|5||CONTITECH USA INC..725 W 11TH ST, AUBURN INDIANA 46706 (DEKALB)||3||357||360|
|6||COOPER STANDARD AUTOMOTIVE.1175 N MAIN ST, BOWLING GREEN OHIO 43402 (WOOD)||899||119,136||120,035|
|7||DOBER GROUP.543 FORREST ROAD, HAZLETON PENNSYLVANIA 18202 (LUZERNE)||26||262||288|
|8||EMERALD PERFORMANCE MATERIALS LLC.1550 COUNTY RD, 1450 N, HENRY ILLINOIS 61537 (MARSHALL)||2,794||.||2,794|
|9||FLOW POLYMERS LLC.17000 ST. CLAIR AVENUE CIIC BUILDING 3, CLEVELAND OHIO 44110 (CUYAHOGA)||3||.||3|
|10||HENNIGES AUTOMOTIVE IOWA INC.3200 MAIN ST, KEOKUK IOWA 52632 (LEE)||0||4,138||4,138|
|11||HOOSIER RACING TIRE CORP.2233 PIDCO DR, PLYMOUTH INDIANA 46563 (MARSHALL)||0||117||117|
|12||LANXESS CORP PLANT 1.145 PARKER CT, CHARDON OHIO 44024 (GEAUGA)||0||.||0|
|13||LANXESS CORP PLANT 2.160 PARKER CT, CHARDON OHIO 44024 (GEAUGA)||0||.||0|
|14||NISHIKAWA COOPER LLC.324 MORROW ST, TOPEKA INDIANA 46571 (LAGRANGE)||0||.||0|
|15||PILOT PRODUCTS INC.24-13 46TH ST, LONG ISLAND CITY NEW YORK 11103 (QUEENS)||.||.||.|
|16||PROCHEMCO INC..2319 RIPLEY ST, LAKE STATION INDIANA 46405 (LAKE)||.||.||.|
|17||RAILROAD FRICTION PRODUCTS CORP.13601 AIRPORT RD, MAXTON NORTH CAROLINA 28364 (SCOTLAND)||.||.||.|
|18||TEXTILE RUBBER AND CHEMICAL COMPANY (PTG GROUP).1350 TIARCO DR SW, DALTON GEORGIA 30721 (WHITFIELD)||62||.||62|
|19||VANDERBILT CHEMICALS LLC-MURRAY DIV.396 PELLA WAY, MURRAY KENTUCKY 42071 (CALLOWAY)||.||.||.|
|20||VIBRACOUSTIC USA INC. CARMI MIXING DIV.1500 E MAIN ST, CARMI ILLINOIS 62821 (WHITE)||0||27||27|
|21||WINCOM INC.11444 DEERFIELD RD, CINCINNATI OHIO 45242 (HAMILTON)||0||.||0|
|Total disposal or other releases omitting double counted amounts||149,018|
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