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Table 5D. Total Releases and Transfers of 33/50 Program Chemicals, by State, 1988-1996

Ordered by Percent Change in Total Releases and Transfers in 1988-1995

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                      1988-     1990-     1995-     1988-
State                  1990      1995      1996      1995
                      Percent   Percent   Percent   Percent

New Hampshire          -42.7       -77     -17.5     -86.8
Connecticut            -36.6     -63.9     -17.3     -77.1
Maine                  -23.7       -70     -27.1     -77.1
New Jersey               -40     -60.9     -18.9     -76.6
New York               -34.1     -64.1      -3.8     -76.3
Minnesota               -4.8       -75     -12.7     -76.2
Virgin Islands           -16     -67.5      -7.2     -72.7
Colorado               -47.8     -47.5      -7.1     -72.6
New Mexico             -56.4     -26.5       0.6     -67.9
Massachusetts          -21.1     -58.9     -20.5     -67.6
Hawaii                 -25.3     -55.5     -15.2     -66.8
Oklahoma               -38.7     -43.4       -14     -65.3
Ohio                   -21.6     -53.8       -12     -63.8
Illinois               -13.9     -55.3      -6.9     -61.5
Vermont                -38.7       -37     -35.7     -61.4
Georgia                -22.3     -50.1      -0.6     -61.3
Rhode Island           -32.4     -42.6     -24.6     -61.2
Maryland                -6.5     -58.3     -11.1       -61
Wisconsin              -16.5     -52.2      -2.2     -60.1
Kansas                   -13     -53.7       6.9     -59.7
Washington              -3.7     -57.2      -9.9     -58.8
California             -18.5       -49     -45.1     -58.4
Delaware                 -31     -38.6     -32.6     -57.6
Wyoming                 -6.7     -54.3        -4     -57.4
Arkansas               -12.6     -50.1      -7.8     -56.3
Iowa                   -21.5     -44.3       -27     -56.3
Utah                   308.4     -89.3        -8     -56.1
Florida                -34.3     -31.6     -13.3       -55
Louisiana                -23     -38.1      -7.7     -52.3
North Carolina           -12     -45.2      -3.4     -51.7
Virginia               -16.6     -41.5      -9.4     -51.3
Indiana                 -3.6     -48.9     -18.8     -50.7
Missouri               -17.3     -40.3         3     -50.6
Pennsylvania           -23.5     -34.8      -3.8     -50.2
Michigan               -15.6     -40.1       -10     -49.5
Texas                  -18.3     -36.8      -5.2     -48.4
Alabama                 -7.7     -41.8     -19.1     -46.3
South Carolina          -4.1     -43.9      -6.2     -46.2
Alaska                   2.8     -47.3       2.1     -45.8
Kentucky                 -20     -29.8     -10.6     -43.8
Nebraska                 1.3     -41.2     -36.3     -40.4
West Virginia          -15.2     -28.3     -17.4     -39.2
Arizona                  -25     -17.2      37.2     -37.9
Mississippi            -11.6     -21.4     -15.9     -30.5
Oregon                    25     -44.1       7.4     -30.1
Tennessee               -4.4     -25.1      -9.8     -28.4
North Dakota            26.6     -37.8       -47     -21.2
South Dakota            16.5     -25.6     -25.5     -13.3
Puerto Rico             20.9     -15.1     -11.4       2.6
Nevada                   0.7       9.3       -46      10.1
Montana                 35.4      16.7      -8.5      57.9
Idaho                   10.2      69.8        17      87.2
District of Columbia      -         -         0         -
American Samoa            -         -         -         -

Total                  -15.4     -46.9     -10.7     -55.1

Note: Does not include amounts for transfers to recycling and 
energy recovery reported for 1991-1996.

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