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Individual EPA Laboratories' Share of Total Water Use

This pie chart shows the percentage of total EPA water consumption for FY 2010 by each reporting laboratory.

The Andrew W. Breidenbach Environmental Research Center (AWBERC) in Cincinnati, Ohio, accounted for 23.95 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

The Main laboratory in Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina, accounted for 9.93 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

The Testing and Evaluation (T&E) Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, accounted for 9.16 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

The Gulf Ecology Division Laboratory in Gulf Breeze, Florida, accounted for 6.55 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

The The National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory/Reproductive Toxicology Facility (NHEERL/RTF) in RTP, North Carolina, accounted for 5.80 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Ann Arbor, Michigan, accounted for 5.09 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Montgomery, Alabama, accounted for 4.23 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Edison, New Jersey, accounted for 3.99 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Fort Meade, Maryland, accounted for 3.49 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Houston, Texas, accounted for 3.40 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Ada, Oklahoma, (ORD) accounted for 3.10 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Corvallis, Oregon, (Main) accounted for 3.04 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Athens, Georgia, (SESD) accounted for 2.30 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Kansas City, Kansas, (STC) accounted for 2.20 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Golden, Colorado, accounted for 2.09 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

RTP, North Carolina, (Chapel Hill) accounted for 1.97 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Las Vegas, Nevada, accounted for 1.56 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Chelmsford, Massachusetts, accounted for 1.54 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Athens, Georgia, (ORD) accounted for 1.23 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Narragansett, Rhode Island, accounted for 1.19 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Duluth, Minnesota, accounted for 0.81 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Grosse Ile, Michigan, accounted for 0.62 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Manchester, Washington, accounted for 0.59 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Cincinnati, Ohio, (Center Hill) accounted for 0.49 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

RTP, North Carolina, (Child Care) accounted for 0.44 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

RTP, North Carolina, (NCC) accounted for 0.35 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Corvallis, Oregon, (WRS) accounted for 0.29 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Richmond, California, accounted for 0.24 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Newport, Oregon, accounted for 0.24 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

Cincinnati, Ohio, (Child Dev. Ctr.) accounted for 0.11 percent of total Agencywide water consumption in FY 2010.

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