|Data Source: 2020 Updated Dataset (released May 2022)||See Note||Instructions for printing wide reports|
|TRI Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management (in pounds), for all 20 facilities, for facilities in All Industries, for Quinoline, chemical, U.S., 2001|
|Row #||Facility||Transfers to Recycling||Transfers to Energy Recovery||Transfers to Treatment||Transfers to POTWs Non Metals||POTWs (Metal and Metal Compounds)||Other Off-site Transfers||Transfers Off-Site for Disposal or Other Releases||Total Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management|
|1||BLUESTONE COKE.3500 35TH AVE N, BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA 35207 (JEFFERSON)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|2||CLEVELAND-CLIFFS BURNS HARBOR LLC.250 W US HWY 12, BURNS HARBOR INDIANA 46304 (PORTER)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|3||CLEVELAND-CLIFFS CLEVELAND WORKS LLC DBA CLEVELAND-CLIFFS WA.2234 MAIN AVE SW, WARREN OHIO 44481 (TRUMBULL)||0||0||0||.||.||0||9||9|
|4||ELANCO CLINTON LABORATORIES.10500 S STATE RD 63, CLINTON INDIANA 47842 (VERMILLION)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|5||ET HORN CO.16141 HERON AVE, LA MIRADA CALIFORNIA 90638 (LOS ANGELES)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|6||HONEYWELL.1200 ZUG ISLAND RD, DETROIT MICHIGAN 48209 (WAYNE)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|7||HONEYWELL INC.1327 ERIE ST, BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA 35224 (JEFFERSON)||0||0||5||.||.||0||5||10|
|8||HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC.3330 S 3RD ST, IRONTON OHIO 45638 (LAWRENCE)||10,585||2,629||0||.||.||0||6,046||19,260|
|9||KOPPERS FOLLANSBEE TAR PLANT.810 KOPPERS RD, FOLLANSBEE WEST VIRGINIA 26037 (BROOKE)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|10||KOPPERS INC.3900 S LARAMIE AVE, CICERO ILLINOIS 60804 (COOK)||0||179||250||250||.||0||.||429|
|11||KOPPERS INC CLAIRTON TAR PLANT.300 N STATE ST, CLAIRTON PENNSYLVANIA 15025 (ALLEGHENY)||0||0||1,125||.||.||0||.||1,125|
|12||KOPPERS INC WOODWARD TAR PLANT.1835 KOPPERS DR, DOLOMITE ALABAMA 35061 (JEFFERSON)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|13||LTV STEEL COMPANY.11600 S BURLEY AVENUE, CHICAGO ILLINOIS 60617 (COOK)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|14||METALICO ALUMINUM RECOVERY INC.1951 HAMBURG TURNPIKE BOX 6, LACKAWANNA NEW YORK 14218 (ERIE)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|15||PC INDIANA SYNTHETIC FUEL 2 LLC.7244 BRAMMER RD, LYNNVILLE INDIANA 47619 (WARRICK)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|16||PC KENTUCKY SYNTHETIC FUEL 3 LLC.8401 HWY 1379, CENTRAL CITY KENTUCKY 42330 (MUHLENBERG)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|17||SASOL CHEMICALS (USA) LLC.1914 HADEN RD, HOUSTON TEXAS 77015 (HARRIS)||0||0||104||.||.||0||.||104|
|18||STELLA - JONES CORP.5865 STATE ROUTE 235, MC ALISTERVILLE PENNSYLVANIA 17049 (JUNIATA)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|19||STELLA-JONES CORP.2525 PRAIRIETON RD, TERRE HAUTE INDIANA 47802 (VIGO)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|20||THE DOW CHEMICAL CO.1790 BUILDING, MIDLAND MICHIGAN 48667 (MIDLAND)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
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Note: Reporting year (RY) 2020 is the most recent TRI data available. Facilities reporting to TRI were required to submit their data to EPA by July 1 for the previous calendar year's activities. TRI Explorer is using an updated data set (released to the public in May 2022). This dataset includes revisions for the years 1988 to 2020 processed by EPA, after the National Analysis Dataset was released. Revisions submitted to EPA after this time are not reflected in TRI Explorer reports. TRI data may also be obtained through EPA Envirofacts.
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Transfers to Recycling are Section 6.2, sum of Solvents/Organics Recovery (M20), Metals Recovery (M24), Other Reuse or Recovery (M26), Acid Regeneration (M28) and Transfer to Waste Broker - Recycling (M93)). Transfers to Energy Recovery are Section 6.2, sum of Energy Recovery (M56) and Transfer to Waste Broker - Energy Recovery (M92)). Transfers to Treatment are Section 6.2, sum of Solidification/Stabilization (M40, except for metals and metal compounds), Incineration/Thermal Treatment (M50), Incineration/Insignificant Fuel Value (M54), Wastewater Treatment (excluding POTWs) (M61, except for metals and metal compounds), Other Waste Treatment (M69) and Transfer to Waste Broker - Waste Treatment (M95)). Transfers to POTWs (non-metals) are Section 6.1 (except metals and metal compounds). Transfers to POTWs (metals and metal compounds) are Section 6.1 (metals and metal compounds only). Other off-site transfers are Section 6.2 sum of amounts with no code or invalid code.
Transfers off-site to disposal or other releases not including transfers to POTWS of metals and metal compounds are Section 6.2, sum of Underground Injection (M71), RCRA Subtitle C Landfills (M65), Other Landfills (M64), Storage Only (M10), Solidification/Stabilization - Metals and Metal Compounds only (M41), Solidification/Stabilization (M40 metals and metal compounds only), Wastewater Treatment (excluding POTWs) - Metals and Metal Compounds only (M62), Wastewater Treatment (excluding POTWs) (M61 metals and metal compounds only), Surface Impoundments (M63), Land Treatment (M73), Other Land Disposal (M79), Other Off-site Management (M90), Transfers to Waste Broker - Disposal (M94 or M91), and Unknown (M99).
This report ranks the 100 largest facilities reporting in a particular off-site waste transfer category (by default, the report ranks the top 100 facilities by total off-site waste transfers). By sorting on different off-site waste transfer categories (e.g., transfers to recycle, to energy recovery, to treatment, to POTWs, etc.), TRI Explorer will generate a report ranking the top 100 facilities for the specific off-site waste transfer category chosen. Note that the top 100 facilities ranked for a specific off-site waste transfer category will change as the category changes (i.e., the 100 facilities ranked for recycling is not necessarily the same 100 facilities for transfers to POTWs).
Note that if a facility name appears multiple times within the table above, the facility is a multi-establishment and submitted multiple forms for the chemical.
The facility may have reported multiple NAICS codes to TRI in the current reporting year. See the facility profile report by clicking on the facility name to see a list of all NAICS codes submitted to TRI for the current reporting year.
A decimal point, or "." denotes that the facility left that particular cell blank in its Form R submission (a zero in a cell denotes either that the facility reported "0" or "NA" in its Form R submission). "NA" in a cell denotes that the facility has submitted only Form A and thus the data for release, waste transfers or quantities of TRI chemicals in waste are not applicable. By submitting a Form A the facility has certified that its total annual reportable amount is less than 500 pounds, and that the facility does not manufacture, process, or otherwise use more than 1 million pounds of the toxic chemical.
The user selected list of chemicals applied in this report includes: QuinolineHow to cite TRI Explorer. Following APA Style, 6th edition, an appropriate citation to TRI Explorer is:
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