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TRI Data Shows Slight Emission Decline Nationwide

9:23 AM MST | March 3, 2008 | Kara Sissell

EPA’s Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) data for 2006, the most recent year available, shows an overall toxic emission decline of 2% from 2005 levels, the agency says. Nationwide emission have decreased 24% from 2001-06, EPA say. Solutia’s Cantonment, FL and Chocolate Bayou, TX facilities are the first- and second-largest emitters, respectively, in the chemical sector category. Ineos’s Green Lake plant at Port Lavaca, TX, Dupont’s Johnsonville plant at New Johnsonville, TN, and DuPont’s Delisle plant at Pass Christian, MS were the...

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