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Environmental Release Report: DAVIS County, UT
 
 
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  • 2002 Rankings: Major Chemical Releases or Waste Generation in DAVIS County*
    Cleanest/Best Counties in US Percentile Dirtiest/Worst Counties in US
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    Total environmental releases:
    Cancer risk score (air and water releases):
    Noncancer risk score (air and water releases):
    Air releases of recognized carcinogens:
    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 DAVIS County

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  • 2002 TRI Pollution Releases Ranked by Ozone Depleting Potential
  • Top Ranked Ozone Depleting Chemical:1,1-DICHLORO-1-FLUOROETHANE
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  • 2002 TRI Pollution Releases Ranked by Potential Human Health Risks
  • Top Ranked Cancer Risk:BENZENE
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    Top Ranked Noncancer Risk:LEAD COMPOUNDS
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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 65,485 14
    Suspected Carcinogens 8,405
    Suspected Cardiovascular or Blood Toxicants 238,411 14
    Recognized Developmental Toxicants 62,929 14
    Suspected Developmental Toxicants 166,154
    Suspected Endocrine Toxicants 90,044 14
    Suspected Immunotoxicants 102,386 14
    Suspected Kidney Toxicants 192,650 14
    Suspected Gastrointestinal or Liver Toxicants 238,179 14
    Suspected Musculoskeletal Toxicants 4,404
    Suspected Neurotoxicants 348,052 14
    Recognized Reproductive Toxicants 23,053 14
    Suspected Reproductive Toxicants 261,348
    Suspected Respiratory Toxicants 318,001 14
    Suspected Skin or Sense Organ Toxicants 191,051 14

    *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 1,180,983 30,653 14,496 0 1,226,132 105,837 NA
    1989 1,071,153 6 88 0 1,071,247 37,595 NA
    1990 1,003,289 5 355 0 1,003,649 43,067 NA
    1991 1,362,722 26,000 3 0 1,388,725 76,965 4,358,066
    1992 969,758 11,000 1,500 0 982,258 366,594 4,496,800
    1993 651,614 0 1,000 0 652,614 72,680 2,937,825
    1994 576,595 0 0 0 576,595 570,993 3,139,752
    1995 586,408 0 1,000 0 587,408 586,486 6,530,251
    1996 360,025 0 0 0 360,025 234,562 27,523,264
    1997 225,068 0 0 0 225,068 480,531 27,382,979
    1998 330,423 0 0 0 330,423 363,467 27,570,981
    1999 1,007,183 0 0 0 1,007,183 626,865 5,307,386
    2000 343,883 4 477 0 344,364 663,057 4,892,277
    2001 440,346 3 300 0 440,649 340,564 4,603,975
    2002 358,762 14 2,371 0 361,147 540,947 4,830,509
    "NA" means that no data are available because "Total-Production Related Waste" was not reported until 1991.
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