POLLUTION LOCATOR | Toxic Chemical Releases |Pollution Releases Ranked by Noncancer Risk Score

State: MISSOURI
  • From 1988 to 2002, total noncancer risk scores have decreased 48%.
  • List facilities releasing noncancer hazards in MISSOURI.
  • Chemical Name Noncancer Risk Scores
    Pounds of toluene-equivalents
    LEAD COMPOUNDS170,000,000,000
    MERCURY COMPOUNDS18,000,000,000
    CADMIUM COMPOUNDS6,900,000,000
    LEAD4,700,000,000
    MERCURY2,700,000,000
    COPPER COMPOUNDS320,000,000
    COPPER270,000,000
    ARSENIC (ORGANIC OR INORGANIC COMPOUNDS)260,000,000
    ZINC COMPOUNDS110,000,000
    COBALT COMPOUNDS75,000,000
    BARIUM COMPOUNDS70,000,000
    HYDROCHLORIC ACID55,000,000
    METHYL BROMIDE32,000,000
    NICKEL COMPOUNDS27,000,000
    CHROMIUM23,000,000
    NICKEL23,000,000
    CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS16,000,000
    ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS15,000,000
    MANGANESE COMPOUNDS9,200,000
    COBALT7,800,000
    1,2,4-TRIMETHYLBENZENE4,900,000
    MANGANESE3,100,000
    AMMONIA2,600,000
    TETRACHLOROETHYLENE2,300,000
    ALUMINUM1,800,000
    1-CHLORO-1,1-DIFLUOROETHANE1,300,000
    BENZENE1,300,000
    TOLUENE1,200,000
    NAPHTHALENE1,000,000
    ZINC1,000,000
    CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE700,000
    DIETHANOLAMINE680,000
    METHANOL620,000
    SELENIUM COMPOUNDS610,000
    XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS)610,000
    CHLOROFORM550,000
    FORMALDEHYDE540,000
    BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE470,000
    DICHLOROMETHANE460,000
    N-BUTYL ALCOHOL390,000
    CHLOROMETHANE340,000
    MALEIC ANHYDRIDE320,000
    TRICHLOROETHYLENE260,000
    M-CRESOL190,000
    P-CRESOL180,000
    ETHYLENE OXIDE150,000
    ACETONITRILE120,000
    DIMETHYLAMINE100,000
    S,S,S-TRIBUTYLTRITHIOPHOSPHATE97,000
    1,2-DICHLOROETHANE94,000
    ACEPHATE71,000
    PROPYLENE OXIDE67,000
    STYRENE64,000
    PYRIDINE63,000
    N,N-DIMETHYLANILINE58,000
    EPICHLOROHYDRIN57,000
    ETHYLBENZENE57,000
    METHYL ETHYL KETONE44,000
    ATRAZINE36,000
    N-HEXANE32,000
    PHENOL27,000
    SIMAZINE26,000
    METHYL METHACRYLATE21,000
    METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE20,000
    CUMENE19,000
    MALATHION12,000
    SILVER COMPOUNDS11,000
    ANTIMONY10,000
    O-XYLENE10,000
    ACRYLONITRILE9,700
    PERMETHRIN7,200
    VINYL CHLORIDE6,300
    TRIETHYLAMINE5,300
    PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE4,400
    METHOXONE4,200
    DIURON3,800
    SEC-BUTYL ALCOHOL3,500
    ETHYLENE GLYCOL2,800
    2-NITROPROPANE2,500
    CHLOROBENZENE2,400
    ACETOPHENONE2,400
    1,4-DICHLOROBENZENE2,200
    ACETALDEHYDE2,000
    TERT-BUTYL ALCOHOL1,700
    2,4-D1,500
    HYDRAZINE1,200
    CARBON DISULFIDE1,100
    CHLOROACETIC ACID760
    VINYL ACETATE730
    DIMETHYL PHTHALATE680
    TRIFLURALIN670
    2,4-DIMETHYLPHENOL590
    M-XYLENE510
    PENTACHLOROPHENOL480
    FORMIC ACID330
    CYCLOHEXANE220
    BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL) ETHER210
    METRIBUZIN130
    PROPYLENE110
    METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER93
    1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE90
    CHLOROETHANE60
    2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL58
    DIBUTYL PHTHALATE53
    1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE41
    4,4'-METHYLENEDIANILINE28
    NITROGLYCERIN19
    CARBARYL10
    TRICHLORFON4
    1,4-DIOXANE2


    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.