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Table 2. 33/50 Program Overview

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                             Parent Companies /Date Contacted

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                                                             New

                                       New    New    New    since

                       Top     5,400  in RY  in RY  in RY    RY

                       600  Companies 1989   1990   1991    1992      Total

                       March   July   July    Jan    Jan     Not     from All

                       1991    1991   1992   1993   1994  Contacted  Companies



            Number of Companies



Companies with          509   4,534    940    818    754    2,612     10,167

  33/50 Facilities 



Responses with          328     819     60     40     40        7      1,294

  Commitments to

  33/50 Program



Responses with           26     136     37     15     13        1        228

  Numerical Goals 

  Not Quantifiable to 

  the 1988 Baseline



Responses with           13      65      8      3      0        1         90

  Use Reduction 

  Goals Only



      Quantities of the 17 Targeted Chemicals Covered 

      by the 33/50 Program

      Millions of Pounds, 1988



Total Releases          993     367      6     13     26       89      1,496

  and Transfers 

  Reported to TRI 

  in 1988



Total from the          809     110      2      5      7        1        935

  Companies Making 

  Commitments



Total from the          697      69      1      5      6        0        778

  Companies with

  Quantifiable

  Commitments



Pledged Reductions      327      37      1      2      3        0        370

  from the Companies

  with Quantifiable

  Commitments



RY = reporting year

Note: Does not include amounts for transfers to recycling and energy recovery

reported for 1991-1996.

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