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Table 6A. Total Releases and Transfers of 33/50 Program Chemicals,
by Participant Status, by State, 1988, 1990, 1995, 1996

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               Facilities Belonging to Participating Companies
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State                  Facilities      1988           1990
                         Number       Pounds         Pounds

Alabama                    130     25,587,729     22,516,857
Alaska                       4        225,440        247,490
American Samoa               0              0              0
Arizona                     64      7,050,550      5,678,138
Arkansas                   101      9,219,303      6,602,636
California                 512     37,802,128     26,037,244
Colorado                    56      4,992,901      2,313,675
Connecticut                143     16,721,756     10,380,616
Delaware                    27      3,511,407      2,299,082
District of Columbia         0              0              0
Florida                    124     11,534,240      4,632,263
Georgia                    206     23,973,134     18,226,264
Hawaii                       6        390,107        290,876
Idaho                       10        970,200      1,031,190
Illinois                   380     38,684,120     31,106,928
Indiana                    316     60,081,405     46,184,979
Iowa                       103     18,110,898     13,801,505
Kansas                      56     14,066,387     12,042,058
Kentucky                   132     18,592,864     14,002,102
Louisiana                  113     23,193,308     18,295,228
Maine                       29      4,073,960      2,546,170
Maryland                    72      7,484,751      6,044,807
Massachusetts              127     12,240,805      8,152,296
Michigan                   348     54,756,186     42,483,727
Minnesota                  140     35,337,853     32,407,085
Mississippi                100     16,146,387     12,287,041
Missouri                   152     31,003,201     24,917,673
Montana                      5      2,702,984      3,698,048
Nebraska                    31      9,148,662      8,656,347
Nevada                       9        124,214        296,176
New Hampshire               49      5,565,036      2,459,785
New Jersey                 212     24,955,510     12,856,516
New Mexico                  13        448,514        353,682
New York                   229     49,305,586     29,346,401
North Carolina             294     36,680,755     32,387,896
North Dakota                 7        476,952        624,640
Ohio                       564     62,810,686     45,970,821
Oklahoma                    68     16,447,443      9,262,906
Oregon                      83      6,232,622      5,348,975
Pennsylvania               395     61,804,587     40,339,811
Puerto Rico                 60      8,842,030      9,917,605
Rhode Island                26      1,469,957        738,468
South Carolina             149     18,085,094     16,567,747
South Dakota                10      1,074,960      1,211,790
Tennessee                  202     16,777,047     15,949,346
Texas                      385     64,115,483     51,424,789
Utah                        41      5,605,503     36,973,232
Vermont                     13        462,716        340,678
Virgin Islands               1      1,876,864      1,576,047
Virginia                   143     23,337,908     18,833,844
Washington                 103     12,556,289     11,796,597
West Virginia               47     10,740,939      8,798,655
Wisconsin                  236     16,464,494     12,886,980
Wyoming                      4        676,595        259,872

Total                    6,830    934,540,450    743,405,584

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

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