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1997 TRI Facilities (Arizona)

A Note about the accuracy of facility locations:
Each TRI facility is required by law to provide accurate locational data (longitude and latitude). EPA checks these to some degree, correcting some, and creates two new categories, preferred latitude and preferred longitude. When available we use the EPA preferred latitude and preferred longitude to locate the TRI facilities on the maps.

It is important to note that TRI releases are self-reported. If a facility incorrectly reports its locational data we should question the accuracy of their self-reported releases as well. For more about this and TRI in general we suggest that you visit EPA's official TRI website, http://www.epa.gov/tri/.

If you think a facility is incorrectly located please let us know. In the future we will issue a report listing these locational errors and also advise EPA.

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