|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 23 facilities, for facilities in All Industries, for 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole, chemical, U.S., 2019|
|Row #||Facility||Transfers to Recycling||Transfers to Energy Recovery||Transfers to Treatment||POTW Transfers - Other Releases||POTW Transfers - Treatment||Other Off-site Transfers||Transfers Off-Site for Disposal or Other Releases||Total Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management|
|1||AKROCHEM CORP.4239 HUDSON DR, STOW OHIO 44224 (SUMMIT)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|2||BRIDGESTONE BANDAG LLC OXFORD PLANT.505 W INDUSTRY DR, OXFORD NORTH CAROLINA 27565 (GRANVILLE)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|3||CHEM TECHNOLOGIES LTD.14875 BONNER DR, MIDDLEFIELD OHIO 44062 (GEAUGA)||0||0||992||.||.||0||466||1,458|
|4||CLEAN HARBORS EL DORADO LLC.309 AMERICAN CIR UNION, EL DORADO ARKANSAS 71730 (UNION)||0||0||578||.||.||0||.||578|
|5||CONTINENTAL TIRE THE AMERICAS LLC.11525 N IL HWY 142, MOUNT VERNON ILLINOIS 62864 (JEFFERSON)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|6||CONTITECH USA INC.725 W 11TH ST, AUBURN INDIANA 46706 (DEKALB)||920||0||32||.||.||0||1,337||2,289|
|7||DOBER GROUP.543 FORREST ROAD, HAZLETON PENNSYLVANIA 18202 (LUZERNE)||0||0||371||419||371||0||.||805|
|8||EMERALD PERFORMANCE MATERIALS LLC.1550 COUNTY RD, 1450 N, HENRY ILLINOIS 61537 (MARSHALL)||0||42,234||0||.||.||0||.||42,234|
|9||FLOW POLYMERS LLC.17000 ST. CLAIR AVENUE, CIIC BUILDING 3, CLEVELAND OHIO 44110 (CUYAHOGA)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|10||FULFLEX A GARFLEX INC CO.32 JUSTIN HOLDEN DR, BRATTLEBORO VERMONT 05301 (WINDHAM)||0||0||0||.||.||0||2,170||2,170|
|11||HENNIGES AUTOMOTIVE IOWA INC.3200 MAIN ST, KEOKUK IOWA 52632 (LEE)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|12||HENNIGES AUTOMOTIVE NORTH CAROLINA INC.226 WATLINGTON INDUSTRIAL DR, REIDSVILLE NORTH CAROLINA 27320 (ROCKINGHAM)||0||0||0||.||.||0||5,152||5,152|
|13||HOOSIER RACING TIRE CORP.2233 PIDCO DR, PLYMOUTH INDIANA 46563 (MARSHALL)||0||0||0||.||.||0||146||146|
|14||LANXESS CORP PLANT 1.145 PARKER CT, CHARDON OHIO 44024 (GEAUGA)||0||0||500||.||.||0||.||500|
|15||LANXESS CORP PLANT 2.160 PARKER CT, CHARDON OHIO 44024 (GEAUGA)||0||0||250||.||.||0||.||250|
|16||NISHIKAWA COOPER LLC.324 MORROW ST, TOPEKA INDIANA 46571 (LAGRANGE)||7,297||1,424||0||.||.||0||.||8,721|
|17||PILOT PRODUCTS INC.24-13 46TH ST, LONG ISLAND CITY NEW YORK 11103 (QUEENS)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|18||PROCHEMCO INC.2319 RIPLEY ST, LAKE STATION INDIANA 46405 (LAKE)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|19||RAILROAD FRICTION PRODUCTS CORP.13601 AIRPORT RD, MAXTON NORTH CAROLINA 28364 (SCOTLAND)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|20||TEXTILE RUBBER AND CHEMICAL COMPANY (PTG GROUP).1350 TIARCO DR SW, DALTON GEORGIA 30721 (WHITFIELD)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
|21||VANDERBILT CHEMICALS LLC-MURRAY DIV.396 PELLA WAY, MURRAY KENTUCKY 42071 (CALLOWAY)||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|22||VIBRACOUSTIC USA INC CARMI MIXING DIV.1500 E MAIN ST, CARMI ILLINOIS 62821 (WHITE)||0||0||0||.||.||0||37||37|
|23||WINCOM INC.11444 DEERFIELD RD, CINCINNATI OHIO 45242 (HAMILTON)||0||0||0||.||.||0||.||0|
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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.
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