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Potential Adverse Environmental Effects of the Top 25 TRI
Chemicals with the Largest Air/Water/Land Releases, 1994
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Source: EPA 1994 Toxics Release Inventory
Public Data Release, Box 1-4

CHEMICAL ECOTOXICITY SMOG FORMATION OZONE DEPLETION
Methanol
Ammonia X
Toluene X2
Xylene (mixed isomers) X2
Carbon disulfide
Zinc compounds X
Methyl ethyl ketone X
Phosphoric acid X
Hydrochloric acid
Dichloromethane
Chlorine X
Glycol ethers
Copper compounds X
Manganese compounds X
Styrene
1,1,1-Trichloroethane X
Ethylene X
Trichloroethylene
n-Butyl alcohol
Methyl isobutyl ketone X
Sulfuric acid (acid aerosols) X
Chromium compounds X
Propylene X
Carbonyl sulfide
Lead compounds

1From Chapter 1, box 4, 1994 Toxics Release Inventory: Public Data Release, EPA-745-R-96-002. (Sources: Integrated Risk Management System, Hazardous Substances Data Bank, OPPT's Background Documents for Chemical Fact Sheets, EPCRA Section 313 Responses to Petitions, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry's Toxicological Profiles, and Environmental Health Perspective, Vol. 37, 1984.)
2Contributes to ozone formation in the lower atmosphere; however, the extent of contribution to smog formation is unkown.

Source: USEPA 1994 Toxics Release Inventory Public Data Release (EPA 745-R-96-002, June 1996).

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