POLLUTION LOCATOR|Hazardous Air Pollutants | 1996 Emissions Data Used to Estimate Exposures

County:      CHENANGO


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DIESEL EMISSIONS 230 0.150 0 46 45
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE 36 0.0220 0.012 0 0
BENZENE 18 0.0100.088 18 25 6.9
POLYCYCLIC ORGANIC MATTER (POM) 3.2 --0.00041 2.7 0.015 0.0022
1,3-BUTADIENE 3.1 0.000900 5.4 3.9 0.89
FORMALDEHYDE 2.7 0.150.016 35 15 14
CHROMIUM 1.4 0.00120.018 0.019 0.0051 0.0048
1,2-DICHLOROETHANE 1.3 0.000150.0027 0.022 0 0
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE 0.89 0.00370.0029 3.5 0 0
1,2-DIBROMOETHANE 0.54 0.00940 0.00012 0 0
CHLOROFORM 0.42 0.000260 0.10 0 0
HYDRAZINE 0.35 0.000360.077 0.000014 0 0
ACETALDEHYDE 0.28 0.0120.038 5.5 4.9 6.8
1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE (MIXED ISOMERS) 0.25 0.000790 4.2 0 0
DICHLOROMETHANE 0.19 0.000480.020 8.1 0 0
TRICHLOROETHYLENE 0.17 0.000140 0.95 0 0
ACRYLONITRILE 0.089 0.000150 0.18 0 0
HEXACHLOROBENZENE 0.047 0.0000300 0.000027 0 0
ARSENIC 0.041 0.000410.028 0.0029 0.000095 0.000000058
NICKEL 0.041 0.00320.019 0.067 0.0041 0.0025
VINYL CHLORIDE 0.031 0.0000790 0.23 0 0
1,1,2,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE 0.0090 0.0000000570 0.090 0 0
CADMIUM 0.0070 0.000200.0034 0.00065 0 0
BERYLLIUM 0.0050 0.00210.0014 0.00040 0 0
ETHYLENE OXIDE 0.0030 0.00000130 0.017 0 0
LEAD 0.0020 0.00120.028 0.011 0.0072 0
QUINOLINE 0.0010 --0 0.000034 0 0
1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE 0 0.00000480 0.010 0 0
ACROLEIN -- 0.570.020 6.3 1.2 1.1
MERCURY -- 0.000140.025 0.0011 0.000072 0.0013
MANGANESE -- 0.00200.033 0.10 0.0022 0.0054

NOTE: The National-Scale Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) provides only aggregate data on 1996 point source releases in an area. To help identify sepcific companies which may be responsible for these releases, Scorecard disaggregates summary point source data to facility-level data based on the 2002 Toxics Releases Inventory (TRI). NATA and TRI data for an area often differ, because they involve different reporting years (1996 vs. 2002) and aggregation methods (NATA often includes point source emissions from outside geopolitical boundaries, since these can impact estimated exposures in an area).