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Environmental Release Report: LITTLE RIVER County, AR
 
 
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  • 2002 Rankings: Major Chemical Releases or Waste Generation in LITTLE RIVER County*
    Cleanest/Best Counties in US Percentile Dirtiest/Worst Counties in US
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    Cancer risk score (air and water releases):
    Noncancer risk score (air and water releases):
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    Air releases of recognized developmental toxicants:
    Air releases of recognized reproductive toxicants:

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    *Note: These rankings are based on chemical releases and transfers reported by industrial facilities to the Toxics Release Inventory, and do not take into account major sources of pollution or toxic chemicals that are not covered by TRI.

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  • Environmental Justice Analysis for LITTLE RIVER County

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  • 2002 TRI Pollution Releases Ranked by Ozone Depleting Potential
  • Top Ranked Ozone Depleting Chemical:1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
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  • 2002 TRI Pollution Releases Ranked by Potential Human Health Risks
  • Top Ranked Cancer Risk:CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS
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    Top Ranked Noncancer Risk:MERCURY COMPOUNDS
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    See Scorecard's estimates of the health risks associated with outdoor air pollution for this area

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  • 2002 TRI Pollution Releases Sorted by Health Effect*
  • Air Releases
    (Pounds from TRI sources)
    Water Releases
    (Pounds from TRI sources)
    Recognized Carcinogens 83,556 9,007
    Suspected Carcinogens 772 36
    Suspected Cardiovascular or Blood Toxicants 81,785 42,690
    Recognized Developmental Toxicants 1,636
    Suspected Developmental Toxicants 527,251 15,833
    Suspected Endocrine Toxicants 1,292
    Suspected Immunotoxicants 337,682 27,457
    Suspected Kidney Toxicants 508,178 20,363
    Suspected Gastrointestinal or Liver Toxicants 966,954 102,847
    Suspected Musculoskeletal Toxicants 453,069
    Suspected Neurotoxicants 826,996 356,251
    Recognized Reproductive Toxicants 948
    Suspected Reproductive Toxicants 350,504 339,832
    Suspected Respiratory Toxicants 1,304,653 374,586
    Suspected Skin or Sense Organ Toxicants 1,302,734 176,816

    *Note: Some chemicals are associated with more than one health effect, so their release may be counted multiple times in this table. Therefore, it is not appropriate to sum releases sorted by health effect. Total reported releases to air and water are provided in the data summary below.
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  • What We Don't Know About Chemical Safety and Harm
  • Air Releases
    6 TRI chemicals released to air in the United States lack the risk assessment values required for safety assessment
    218 TRI chemicals released to air in the United States lack the exposure estimates required for safety assessment
    Water Releases
    5 TRI chems released to water in the United States lack the risk assessment values required for safety assessment
    172 TRI chemicals released to water in the United States lack the exposure estimates required for safety assessment
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  • TRI Data Summary
  • Environmental Releases, Transfers, and Production-Related Waste (Pounds from TRI sources)
    Year Air Releases Water Releases Land Releases Underground Injection Total Environmental Releases Total Off-Site Transfers Total Production-Related Waste
    1988 576,627 21,450 71 0 598,148 0 NA
    1989 510,336 21,100 2,368 0 533,804 0 NA
    1990 247,139 45,000 136,581 0 428,720 0 NA
    1991 529,651 73,170 190,160 0 792,981 6,300 58,156,650
    1992 533,021 63,010 185,300 0 781,331 14,000 52,753,147
    1993 729,794 49,245 208,677 0 987,716 25,250 61,267,768
    1994 897,710 67,950 131,560 0 1,097,220 11,098 61,013,049
    1995 1,097,479 81,450 60,665 0 1,239,594 38,855 60,124,913
    1996 1,171,064 66,498 7,290 0 1,244,852 16,005 42,960,423
    1997 1,217,354 268,348 1,142,815 0 2,628,517 123,500 42,749,917
    1998 1,369,279 271,269 592,852 0 2,233,400 72,160 44,565,231
    1999 1,340,951 349,741 441,052 0 2,131,744 63,205 45,951,098
    2000 999,886 504,646 573,263 0 2,077,794 196,100 65,351,211
    2001 1,006,343 502,547 878,500 0 2,387,390 66,448 62,481,385
    2002 1,312,375 492,802 792,990 0 2,598,167 123,421 62,850,264
    "NA" means that no data are available because "Total-Production Related Waste" was not reported until 1991.
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  • Dioxin Compounds Summary
  • Environmental Releases, Transfers, and Production-Related Waste (Grams of Dioxin Compounds from TRI sources)
    Year Air Releases Water Releases Land Releases Underground Injection Total Environmental Releases Total Off-Site Transfers Total Production-Related Waste
    2000 12.74 2.24 26.87 0 41.84 0 41.84
    2001 15.25 0 22.64 0 37.89 0 37.89
    2002 5.95 1.79 11.40 0 19.14 0 19.14
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