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Criteria Air Pollutant Emissions Report: KING INDUSTRIES
 
 
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    KING INDUSTRIES, NORWALK, CT
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  • 1999 Emissions Rankings for this Facility
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  • 1999 Emissions Summary
  • (Expressed in tons of pollutant emitted)
    Facility Source Classification Carbon
    monoxide
    Nitrogen
    oxides
    PM-2.5 PM-10 Sulfur
    dioxide
    Volatile
    organic
    compounds
    External Combustion Boilers, Industrial 0 4.38 .42 .42 .02 .10
    Industrial Processes, Chemical Manufacturing 0 0 0 0 1.07 7.74
    Petroleum and Solvent Evaporation, Surface Coating Operations 0 0 0 0 0 1.42
    All sources 0 4.38 .42 .42 1.09 9.26
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  • Facility Information
  • NET96 Facility Name: KING INDUSTRIES
    Facility Address: SCIENCE RD, NORWALK, CT 06852
    SIC Code/Description:
    2869/Industrial organic chemicals, nec
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