POLLUTION LOCATOR|Facilities Contributing to Cancer Hazards

County: BALTIMORE (CITY)
Facility Name City Pounds of Benzene-equivalents
PEMCO CORP.BALTIMORE130,000
MILLENNIUM SPECIALTY CHEMICALSBALTIMORE110,000
FMC CORP.BALTIMORE33,000
GRACE DAVISONBALTIMORE23,000
GOULD STREET GENERATING STATIONBALTIMORE22,000
BALTIMORE QUALITY ASSURANCEBALTIMORE2,700
SASOL N.A. INC.BALTIMORE1,100
MOTIVA BALTIMORE TERMINALBALTIMORE900
AMERADA HESS CORP. BALTIMORE TERMINALBALTIMORE690
LESAFFRE YEAST CORP.BALTIMORE660
KAYDON RING & SEAL INC.BALTIMORE620
CONOCOPHILLIPS CO. BALTIMORE TERMINALBALTIMORE520
PETROLEUM FUEL & TERMINAL CO.BALTIMORE430
FOX INDS. INC.BALTIMORE340
MILLENNIUM INORGANIC CHEMICALS INC. HAWKINS POINT PLANTBALTIMORE340
DELTA CHEMICAL CORP.BALTIMORE250
NORTH AMERICAN TRUCK GROUP BALTIMOREBALTIMORE120
NEW NGC INC.BALTIMORE31
ATOTECH USA INC.BALTIMORE28
U.S. GYPSUM CO.BALTIMORE17
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.BALTIMORE6
BUILDING MATERIALS MFG. CORP.BALTIMORE.410


Note: These rankings do not cover all chemical releases reported to TRI - they only include chemicals that possess risk scores. As a result of data gaps or modeling problems, not all TRI chemicals possess the information required to weight their mass release by toxicity and exposure potential. Dioxin compounds, for example, are not included in these rankings. TRI chemicals that lack risk scores should not be assumed to be safe.