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Appendix H Maryland State Toxic Registry System Chemical Inventory 153

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154 At4SS BALANCE INFORMATION (~ ~ C[P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Adole Wlizeck, AN_ 14.S. OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS WlIlbrn Al. Elehbaum SCIENCE AND HEALTH ADVISORY GROUP Asele~nt S~"r' for 201 W. PR ESTON STREET Em1~' P~me BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21201 CHEMICAL INVENTORY REPORT FOR STATE TOXIC SO BSTAN CES R ED ISTRY SYSTEM PART k GENERAL INFORMATION 1. COMPANY NAME 2. COMPANY STREET ADDRESS 3. CITY _ 4. COUNTY 5. ZIP CODE 6. PREVIOUS COMPANY N AME (IF ANY) 7. PRINCIPAL CONTACT 8. TITLE _ 9. TELEPHONE 10. NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES AT THIS LOCATION 1 1. BUSIN ESS DESC RIPTION 12. IF THE ADDRESS IS DIFFERENT THAN THE LOCATION OF THE FACILITY TO WHICH THIS FORM WAS MAILED, INDI- CATE THE CORRECT MAILING ADDRESS. 13. IF THIS COMPANY DOES NOT USE, PRODUCE, OR HANDLE ANY OF THE CHEMICALS LISTED IN THE INSTRUCTIONS, CHECK THE ADJACENT BOX MARKED "NONE", COMPLETE PART I AND RETURN. NOTE: READ INSTRUCTIONS ON DEPlNITlON OF "HANDLE" BEFORE COMPLETING NONEC1 14. SIGNATURE OF THE COMPANY OFFICIAL RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE FORMS. NAME (PRINT)_ TITLE . _ PREMISES l.D. ACRID COORDINATE Y4;RID C - RDINATE DASH 17404 (REV 7~5 SIGN ATURE D ATE ~- FOR OEP VSE ONLY CENSUS TRACTIMCD RIVER BASIN CODE S`C CODE

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APPENDIX H Adele Wilzeck, R.N., M.S. Set 1. CHEMICAL 155 _ Amp' ~ ,'55~,` ~7 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HY(;IEt.E Of FINE Of ENVI RONMENTA' PROGRAMS SCIENCE AND HEALTH ADVISORY GROUP 201 W. PRESTON STREET BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 2t2t)1 CHEMICAL INVENTORY REPORT FOR STATE TOXIC SUBSTANCES REGISTRY SYSTEM PART II CHEMICAL QUESTIONNAIRE (Complete ~ repute tats detect for each chemical) J - (COMPANY NAME) (ADDRESS) ~lill;an, M. Eichbaum Assistant Secretary for Environmental Programs CAS NO. 2. IN THE SPACE BELOW, DESCRIBE FOR THIS SITE HOW THE CHEMICAL IS (CHECK APPROPRIATE BLOCKS) O USED, O PRODUCED, O HANDLED, O EXISTS IN STORED WASTE AT THIS SITE. IF THE C}EMICAL IS ~ PART OR CON'- TAMINA`~tT OF ANOTHER MAlERlAL OR IS OTHERWISE COMBINED WITH OTHER MATERIALS, INDICATE ITS PERCENT (BY WEIGHT) COMPOSITION IN THE MDCTURE. IF THE CHEMICAL IS STORED IN A TANK, INDICATE 1HE TANK IDE~'- TIFlCATION NUMBER. 3. 0 THE CHEMICAL IS BROUGHT ON SITE. METHOD OF TRANSPORTAT10N ONTO SITE O L So OF TOTAL [] TRUCK %OF TOTAL n OTHER 96 OF TOTAL MAXIMUM HUNT ON SITE AT ANY TIME (POUNDS) ANNUAL THROUGHPUT OF THIS CHEMICAL (POUNDS) IMP 1740 B {REV. AS) METHOD OF _STORAGE STATIONARY STORAGE T~JK DREW OTHER

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156 . . , PART ~ CHEMICAL Q~SUONN~ (CONNED) 4 1 1 THE CHEMICAL IS PRODUCED ~ ~ INTE~EDIA~ OR CAL PRODUCT OR HANDED I I AS A BYPRODUCT OR Wit Or, SITE. METHOD OF SHIPPING OFF SIN O RAdL_ O TRUCK % OF TOTAL O OTHER % OF OTT ~ OF TOTAL MAXIMUM AMOUNT ON SITE AT ANY TIME MOODS) ANNUAL AMOUNT PRODUCED (POUNDS)_ Db1M~ 1740 B (REV. IS) M45S BALANCE INFORMATION METHOD OF STORAGE O STATIONARY STORAGE TANK O DRUM _ OTHER

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- - APPENDIXH >~,' ~1~ DEPARTl~tENT Of HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Adele Whack, R.N., Sty. OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS W;ll~n ~ .ch~'n S ereuty SCIENCE AND HEALTH ADVISORY OROUP Envi~men~l Procreant 201 W. PRESTON SSR EET IlALTIMORE. I6ltARYLAIYD 2t201 CI.IEMICAL t~VENTORY REPORT FOR STATE TOXIC SUBSTANCES FtEGtSTRY SYSTEM PART IlI: TANK QUESTIONER (COblPMJY LIE) 1. TACK DESCRIPTION A. It' M~NUFAC=~R ME ADDRESS: 157 (ADDRESS) TA~'KINST4~D: YEAR NEW USED B. TANK DESIGN THIS TANK CONlPLIES WITH THE FOLLOWING PROFESSIONAL CODES: ASME BOILER HE'D PASS' VESSEL CODE API 620 AP] 650 OTHER (SPECIFY) OWNER'S TANK ID. NO. UL58 NFPA 30 UNKNOWN WATERY OF CONSTRUCTION: COON STEEL STAINLESS CONCRETE OTHER (SPECIFY) CONSTRUCT10~: WELDED BOLTED NFPA 58 _UL 142 PLASTIC JACKETED INSULATED l VERTICAL HORIZONTAL ELEVATED ONGROUND L~'DERGRO='D (NOTE: AN' Y TANK WITH 1090 OR MG)R OF ITS CAPACITY UNDERGROUND INCLUr)lNG PlPl}JG CONSIDER AN UNDERGRotJ~'D TANK) ROOF: FLOATING FIXED OTHER TA-~7K CAPACITY: ( GALLONS)

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158 II. TACK FU~CT10.N A,N'D STATUS A. TA.N'K F~'N'CTION' __ AL455 BALANCE INFORMATION PART III: T~K QUESTIONN^IR (COUGHED) _ STORAGE PROCESSING OTHER B. CURRE.~T TAN K STATUS TANK 1.N USE TEMPORARILY OUT OF SERVES E IF TANK OUT OF SERVICE: DATE OF LAST USE III. OPERATIONAL DATA A. TE.~1PE RATURE CO.NDITIONS: CRN'OGEN IC ~ 8. METHOD OF FILLING TANK RFRIGE~TED PINUP GAS POSSUM GRAVITY C. METHOD OF ESIP~IN'G TANK E.MP ~NOT E.~P~ F HEATED F ~`IBIENT OTHER (SPECIFY) PINUP G~P~SSU ~_ GAVIN IV. CORROSION HE'D SPILL CONTROL A. CORROSION PROTECTION CHEMICAL IN'HlBITO~ STRIKER PI^TES B. LOSS/SPILL CONTROL IMPRESSED CURRENT SACRIFICIAL ANODES AU'TOhIATED FILL ADD DISCHARGE CONTROL LIQUID LEVEL l.N'DICATOR DRAINAGE COLLECT10.N MOST RECENT TANK TEST DATE DO - 1740 C (REV. 7/tS) PER`1~\ ~.~TL) OLT OF ShRk ICE .~tATERI.AL G.~LLO.~S ELECTRICAL ISOLATION OTHER (SPECIFY) DIKES TEST ~ E LL PASSE ~ RELIEF ~ ALY E CONSERVATION' VENTS METHOD USED I.NVE,N'TORY/E.~51SS10.N CO.~TROL

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APPENDS H if. SECURITY PART III: TANK QUESnONNAl" (CO~'T~UED) CONTROLLED ACCESS: FELICE STAFF SECURITY B~'I~ING CO.NT=~UAL SECURITY VI. CURRE,N'T PER\IITS OTHER (SPECIFY) HEALTH DEPARTStE.XT: PE~tIT.N'U~1BER A~ORIZED USE NATC'=L ~SOURCES: PETIT NU~18ER VII. WASTE STORAGE 159 . _ AUTHORIZED USE L'SE THE SP.ACE BELOW TO IDE.N'TIFY WASTE CON'TA{N'ING A LISTED CHEMICAL THAT IS STORED l.N' A TA.N'K. IF RIOT P~VIOUSLY COVE~D L'NDER PART U. INDICATE HOW WE WASTE IS GEE TED AD ITS PERCENT CO.~IPOSITIO.N IF I.N' A `MIX=~. 1

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160 MASS BALANCE INFORMATION Revised 850620 SCONCE AND HEALTH - CRY aROUP ~STBUC~ONS FOR COMPLETING CHENICAL CANARY REACT I. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING PARK I, ~ AND Ill' A. The information to be reported pertains ondy to the chemicals listed in Table ~ (attached). If your plant does not use, produce, or handle any of the chemicals, either as a pure substance or as pert of ~ mixture or is so in quantities identified as exempt in Appendix A, only Part ~ need be completed. The term "handle" includes the generation or handling of the chemical as a waste or as part of a waste. Part III of the questionnaire ~ to be completed if the chemical is stored in tank. If the chemical is part of 8 waste, the tank questionnaire Is to be completed only if the waste Is stored in ~ tank on site. E3. You win receive a separate survey package for each plant location on file with the State. Please file a separate complete report for each location. A complete report for each location means a separate chemical questionnaire completed for each chemical and ~ separate questionnaire for each tanIc. C. The completed forms are to be returned to: Maryland Department of Health and .Alental Hygiene Science and Health Advisory Group O'Conor Building, 2nd Floor 201 West Preston Street Baltimore, Maryland 2 ~ 20 ~ If you use ~ messenger service, deliverer the forms in person or require additional forms, contact: The Chemical and Storage Tank Survey Coordinator Maryland Department of Health and .\Iental Hygiene Science and Health Advisory Group O'Conor Building, 2nd Floor 201 West Preston Street Bsitimose, Maryland 21201 301-22~5790 D. All information is to be based on the latest calendar year for which complete data are available. E. Complete all sections of the report that pertain to your firm or plant site. If a section does not apply to your operations, write "lJA" for "not applicable." F. Attach process descriptions, explanatory notes, flow charts, lists, etc., that will assist in clarifying entries made on the report if the answers require further explanation. Supply page numbers for this material. or information needed to complete a section Is not readily available, provide a written explanation describing the nature of the operations involved and the reasons for not supplying the data.

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APPENDIX N a. . 161 G. Use existing or readily ascertainable data to complete the Chemical Questionnaire. Wl~ere quantities can be determined from existing records (e.g.' inventory or production figures) or the cost of testing ~ nominal, actual fires are to be supplied. Otherwise, use engineering estimates and computation; process material balance studies; field tests or measurements made by the plant, equipment manufacturers or government agencies, or other technically sound bases. H. If you do not know the formulation of trade name products used in plant operations, make reasonable inquiries of supplier or manufacturers to ascertain whether the material contains any of the selected chemicals. (For example, Tri'1ene, a solvent, ~ a trade name for trichioroethylene, a listed chemical.) T. List an quantities of chemicals unless the quantity is less than the minimum established in Appendix A. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING PART 11 Question ~ - Indicate the name of the chemical and its CAS number. The CAS number ~ found in Table I. Question 2 - Describe how the chemical Is used, produced or handled. Use of the chemical refers to its use as a pure component or as a part of another materiel. I! the chemical is used for more than one purpose or exists in more than one form, provide an pertinent information relating to the chemical. Example: Trichioroethane may be used as a solvent in a production process and may also be used as a metal derringer in Come other Cart of the operation. _ _ ~. _. ~ ~ Question 3 - This part is to be completed only if the chemical Is brought on site. If the chemical is used as a raw material or Is otherwise brought on to the site as a pure component or a mixture, so indicate in the first block and indicate how it is transported to the site. If transportation involves more than one method, indicate for the year the percent use of each method. It it ~ stored in a permanent stationary storage tank or drum, so indicate. The method of storage Is ~other" if the chemical is stored in any portable container other than ~ drum or if it Is stored and used directly from a railros~ car, tank truck, or other portable container. It it Is not stored on site, indicate "none" in the "other" block. The maximum amount on site at any time Is the maximum amount in inventory at any time. Annual amount Is the total throughput of the material for the calender year. When reporting ~ mixture, indicate the tote] amount of the mixture in pounds. [! the chemical is stored on site in a tank, it Is necessary to complete Part D! questionnaire. Question 4 - or the chemical is produced or generated on site as a by-product or waste on site, its handling should have bee., described in Question 2. In completing Question 4, the method of shipping and storing must be indicated for the chemical or mixture. The annual s mount should clearly indicate that you are reporting the total mixture, if it is not a pure component, with a composition consistent with that reported in Question 2. Complete Part ID it the chemical Is stored in a tank.

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162 ~55 BALANCE INFORMATION If the chemical is an intermediate that is not stored longer than 24 hours and is used to produce ~ final product that does not contain the chemical, the method of shipping and storing sword be indicated as none. III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING TANK QUESTIONNAIRE The tank questionnaire consists of seven parts. Answer each part in full as instructed below. Question IA - Indicate the name and address of the tank manufacturer and what year the tank was installed at this site. Also indicate whether the tank was new or used when installed. Question IB - Indicate the professional ASME codes that the tank meets and check any other applicable code(s). Codes are defined in current ASIDE' NFPA, API, etc. publications. If your code is other than those listed, then specify in the space provided. Check all items which describe material of construction, method of construction, orientation, and roof type, and give the tank's loading capacity. Question II - Indicate the tank function as "storage" if it Is used solely to store chemical and there is no blending, reacting, etc. involved. The tank Is "processing" if it is used to blend or mix substances including a listed chemical. The tank is "other" if it is part of a process and used more as a temporary holding tank for intermediates and other process material. A reactor Is not ~ tank. Question HI - In this part, provide information with respect to tank conditions and the method of transferring the chemical to and frown the tank. Question IV - Indicate all devices used for corrosion and spin control. In addition, give the date that tank was most recently tested, if ever, and the method used. Question V - Describe the security that you have specific&fly for the tank being reported. If the property Is enclosed with a fence and the tank Is within the enclosed area, indicate "fence." If you have ~ security guard stationed at the gate, indicate both "fenced and "staffs or "contractual" security. Question Vl - List all current permits that relate to the tank and chemical being reported. Question Via - The questionnaire is to be completed for waste m&serials ~ if the waste includes a chemical listed in Table I and ondy if the waste Is stored in tank. Report the composition of the waste and the total quantity (pounds) generated for the reporting year. IV. CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS INFORMATION claim. OEP will then treat If any question requires you to submit information which Is (or would lead a knowledgeable reader to deduce from it) a trade secret, proprietary business information or information related to national security, make a confidentiality that information as confidential and not disclose it in any form that would reveal the secret or proprietary information, unless the Department makes Q formal finding that the material is not entitled to confidential treatment as provided by :\laryland 1&W. Unless an emergency (such as fire in your plant which threatens to expose nearby residents to toxic materials)

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APPENDIX H 163 cam for the immediate release of information, you win be notified in advance if the Deportment intends to disclose information that you have chimed as confidential. You will be given an opportunity to challenge the Department's Section through administrative processes, and if not satisfied with the outcome, you will be given time (except in an emergency situation) to obtain ~ restraining order from a court, if you wish to pursue an appeal. To make ~ confidentiality claim for information reported you must: A. Submit two copies of the report. The first must contain ad the information requested. The second should contain no information which you believe is entitled to confidentis! treatment. (The second copy can be a photocopy of the first with the confidential material blanked out.) B. Print, in red ink, at the top left corner "CONFIDENTIAL. Also, if desired mark the top of each page containing confidential information with the heading "CONFIDENTIAL" in large bold type, stamp or hand lettering. Do not mark every page, only the ones that contain confidential information. C. Identify aU information which you claim to be confidential by underlining or highlighting it in a clear manner. Translucent ink markers are acceptable for this purpose. Example: Question 3: Quantity Consumed On Site = r 140,500~] Ibe/yr. D. Seal the copy of the report which contains confidential information into an envelope, and mark the envelope on both sides with the word "CONFIDENTIAL" in bold type, stamp or hand lettering. Place this envelope, together with the second (non-confidential) copy of the report, inside another envelope for transmittal to the Science and Health Advisory Group (SHAG). E. Send the complete package to SHAG at the address listed in Item I. For your protection, we recommend the use of certified mail, return receipt requested, a messenger service, personal delivery, or other means that win give you verification that your material has been received. You may use ordinary mail, but SHAG assumes no responsibility for materials not signed for until actushy received. Please give careful consideration to the material you claim as confidential. Be sure it really is proprietary or a trade secret. Do not mark a report "Entire Contend Confidential" or in some similar fashion. Doing so win result in refund to recognize any confidentiality claim, or in refusing the report.

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166 M4SS BALANrCE INFORMATION CHE M' Formaldebyde Hexachiorobenzene Hydrazine Hydrazine S~fate Lead (fume or dust) Les~ Compounds (Specify) 4,4'-Methylene Bis 2-Chior - Aniline (MOCA) 4,4'-Methylene Bis (N-N-Dimethyl) Benzenamine Michier's Ketone M=tard Ges ~Naphthyla mine Nicke} (fume or dust) Nicke] Compounds (Specify) Nitriloacetic Acid 5-Nib - - Anisidine Nitrogen l~ustard N-Nitrosodi-N-Butyla mine N-Nitrosodiethylamine N-Ni trosodi m ethyIs m ine p ~ N i t r 060 ~ i p h e n y ~ ~ m i n e N-N i trosodi-N-Propyla m ine N-Nitros - N-Ethylures N-Nitros - N-~Methylurea N-NitrosomethyIvinylamine N-Nitrosomorpholine CAS NUMBER 5~00-0 118-74-1 302'01-2 lQ034-93-2 743~92-1 101-14-4 101-61-1 90-94-8 505-60-2 91-59-8 7440-02-0 13~13-9 99-502 51-75-2 924-16-3 55-! 8-5 62-75-9 156-10-5 621-64-7 75~73-9 684-93-5 4549-40-0 59-89-2

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APPENDIX H CHEMICAL NAME N-N itrosonornicotine N-Nitrosopiperidine Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs) (Specify) Polychiorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) ~Propiolactone Saccharin (manufacturing) Safrole Selenium (fume or dust) Selenium Compounds (Specify) Thioacetamide Thiourea Thorium Dioxide Toluidine ~Toluidine Hydrochloride Triaziquone 2,4,6-Trichioropheno] Tris (2,3-DibromopropyI) Phosphate Urethane (Ethy] Carbamate) (monomer) Viny} Chloride (monomer) 167 16543-55-8 100-75-4 J 1336-36-3 57-57-8 81-07-2 94-59-7 7782-49-2 62-55-5 62-S6-6 1314-20-1 95-53-4 636-21-5 68-76-8 88-06-2 126-72-7 51-79-6 75-01-4

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168 M4SS BALANCE INFOR}`fATION BXIl~PT QUANTITY CL~ICATION II DAIQUIRIS; RI1PORl~NG OF qUAN~T~ GREATIlR THAN 500 LEN;. PER YEAR CH EMIC AL N AME Acetaldehyde Acetamide Acetone Acetonitrile Acrolein Acrylam ide Acrylic Acid ABy! Chloride Aluminum (fume or dust) Aluminum Oxide 4-A mincezobenzene Ammonia Am monium Nitrate (solution) Ammonium Sulfate (solution) Aniline p~An~sidine Antimony (fume or dote Antimony Compounds (Specify) Barium Barium Compounds (Specify) Benzamide Benzy} Chloride Bipheny} CAS NUMBER 75-07-0 60-35-5 67-64-1 75-05-8 107-02-8 7~06-1 79-10-7 107-05- 1 742090-5 1344-28-1 60-09-3 7664-41-7 6484-52-2 7783-20-2 62-53-3 104-94-9 7440-36-0 7440-3~3 55-21-0 100-44-7 92-52-4

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APPENDS H CHEMICAL NAME Bis (Chloroethyl) Ether Bromoform (Tribromomethane) Bromomethane (methyl Bromide) I,3-Butadiene Buty] Acrylate n-Buty} Alcohol Se - Buty] Alcohol tert-Buty! Alcohol Buty} Benzy] Phthalate Butyraldehyde Calcium Cyanamide ~ - ~ Carbon Disulfide Carbony] Sulfide Chlorinated Fluorocarbon (Freon 113) Chlorine Chlorine Dioxide Chioroacetic Acid 2'hioroacetophenone Chiorobenzene Chiorobenzilate Chioroethane (Ethy] Chioride) Chioromethane (Methyl Chioride) Chiorophenols (Specify) Chioroprene Cobatt (fume or dust) Cobalt Compounds (Specify) 169 CAS NUMBER 111-44-4 75-25-2 74J83-9 106-99-0 141-32-2 71-36-3 78-92-2 75-65-0 85-68-7 123-72-8 156-62-7 75-15-0 463-58-1 76-13-1 7782-50-5 10049-04-4 79-11-8 532-27-4 108-90-7 510-15-6 75-00-3 74-87-3 126-99-8 7440-48-4

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170 M4SS BALANCE INFORMATION CHEMICAL NAIVE Copper (fume or dust) Copper Compounds (Specify) Creso] (Mixed Isomers) m~Creso] o~Creso] p~Creso] Cumene Cyanide Cyclohexane Diaminotoluene (mixed Isomers) Diazomethane DIbinzofuran Dibuty] PhtImiate Dichiorobenzer~e (Mixed Isomers) 1,2-Dichiorobenzene 1,3-DichIorobenzene 1,4-Dichiorobenzene Dichiorobromom ethane I,2-Dichioroethylene Dichioromethane (Methylene Chioride) 2,4-Dichioropheno] 1,2-Dichioropropane 1,3-Dichioropropylene Diethanolamine Diethy] Phthslate CAS NUMBER 7440-50-8 ; 1319~77-3 108-3~4 9~48-7 106-44-5 98-82-8 57-12-5 110-82-7 25376-45-8 334-88-3 132-64-9 84-74-2 25321-22-6 95-50-1 541-73-1 106-46-7 75-27-4 540-59-0 75~09-2 120-83-2 78-87-5 542-75-6 111-42-2 84-66-2

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APPENDIX H CHEMICAL NAME N,N-Dimethylaniline Dimethyl Hydrazine 2,4-Dimethylphenol Dimethyl Phthe~te 4,6-Dinitr - - Creso] 2,4-D~nitrophenol 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 2,6-Dinitrotoluene n-Dioctylphthalate 2-Ethoxyethano] Ethyl Acrylate Ethyl Benzene Ethyl Chloroformate Ethylene Ethylene Glyco] Ethyleneimine (Aziridine) Glycol Ethers (Specify) Hexachlor~ 1,3-Butadiene Hexachlorocyclopentadiene H exachloronaph thalene H exe m e t hylph osph ore m i de Hydrochloric Acid Hydrogen Cyanide Hydrogen Fluoride 171 CAS NUMBER 121-S9-7 57-14-7 105267-9 131-11-3 534-52-1 51 -28-5 121-14-2 606-20-2 117-84-0 110-80-5 140-88-5 100-41-4 541-41-3 74-85-1 107-21-1 151-56-4 87-68-3 77-47-4 1335-87-1 680-31-9 7647-01-0 74-9~8 7664-3~3

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172 CLASS BALANCE INFO~TION CHEMICAL NAME Isobutyraldehyde Isopropyl Alcohol (manufacturing~trong acid process) 4-Isopropylidenedipheno} Maleic Anhydride Manganese (fume or dust) Manganese Compounds (Specify) Melamine Mercury Mercury Compounds (Specify) Methanol 2-Methoxyethanol Methylene Bis(Phenviisocyanate) (MBl) Methylene Bromide 4,4-~ethylene Dianiline Methyl AcryIate Methyl Ethyl Ketone .Methy] Hydrazine Methyl Isobuty} Ketone Methyl Isocyanate Methyl iodide Methyl .Methacrylate Methyl tert-Buty] Ether MolybJenum Trioxide Naphthalene a-Naphthyla m ine CAS NUMBER 78-84-2 67-63-0 80-05-7 108-31-6 7439-96-5 108-78-1 7439-97-6 67-56-1 109-86-4 101-68-8 74-95-3 101-77-9 96-33-3 78-93-3 60-34-4 108-10-1 624-83-9 74-88-4 80-62-6 1634-04-4 1313-27-5 91-20-3 134-32-7

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APPENDIX H CHEMICAL NAME Nitric Acid Nitrobenzene 4-Nitrobipheny} Nitroglycerin 2-Nitropheno] 4-Nitropheno] 2-Nitropropane OctachIoronaphthalene Osm ium Tetroxide Pentachioropheno} (POP) Phenol Phenylenediamine Phosgene Phosphoric Acid Phosphorous (yellow or white) Phthalic Anhydride Picric Acid Propane Sultone Propionaldehyde Propylene (Propene) Propyleneimine Propylene Oxide Pyridine Quinone Quintozene (Pentachioronitrobenzene) 173 CAS N U MBER . 7697-37-2 98-9~5-3 92~93-3 55-63-0 88-75-5 100-02-7 7046-9 2234-13-1 20816-12-0 87-86-5 108-95-2 106-50-3 75-44-5 7664-38-2 7723-14-0 85-44-9 88-89-1 1120-71-4 123-38-6 115-07-1 75-55-8 75-56-9 110-86-1 106-51-4 82-68-8

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174 M4SS BALANCE INFORM,4TIObJ CHEM1C AL N AME Silver (fume or dust) Silver Compounds (Specify) Sodium Hydroxide (solution) Sodium Sulfate (solution) Styrene (monomer) Sulfuric Acid Terephthalic Acid I,1,2,2-Tetrachioroethane Tetrachioroethylene (Perchioroethylene) TheHium Thallium Compounds (Specify) Titanium Dioxide Titanium Tetrachioride Toluene Toluen - 2,4-Di isocyanate I ,2,4-TrichIorobenzene 1,1,1-Trichioroethane (.Uethy] Chioroform) 1, I,2-Trichioroethane Trichloroethylene 2,4,5-Trichioropheno] 1,2,4-Trimethy} Benzene Vanadium (fume or dust) Viny] Acetate Vinyl Bromide Vinylidene Chloride CAS NUMElER 7440-22-4 13ld-73-2 7757-82-6 100-42-5 7664-93-9 100-21-0 79-34-5 127-18-4 7440-28-0 13463-67-7 7550-45-0 108-88-3 584-84-9 120-82-1 71-55-6 79-00-5 79-01-6 95-95-4 95-6.3-6 7440-62-2 108-05-4 593-60-2 7~304

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APPENDIX H C}IEMICAL NAME . Xylene (Mixed Isomers) m-Xylene Ethylene Ethylene Zinc (fume or dust) Zinc Compounds (Specify) 1 Exempt Quantity for CIBSS I Chemicals . 175 CAS NUMBER 1330-20-7 108-38-3 95~47-6 106-42-3 7440-6 6-6 IDSENPI QtJANT~IB Report on the selected chemical if the total annual quantity exceeds 2.2 pounds per year. Report on ~ mixture if it contains greater than 0.1% of the chemical and the toter weight of the selected chemical in the mixture exceeds 2.2 pounds. 2. Exempt Quantity for Class ~ Chemicals Report on the selected chemical if the total annual quantity exceeds 500 pounds per year. Report on a mixture if it contains greater than 1.0% of the chemical and the total weight of the selected chemical in the mixture exceeds 500 pounds.

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