POLLUTION LOCATOR | Toxic Chemical Releases |Total Air Releases

State: NORTH DAKOTA
  • From 1988 to 2002, total air releases have increased 62%.
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    SULFURIC ACID1,857,18010
    N-HEXANE539,89544,337
    HYDROFLUORIC ACID456,0301,500
    AMMONIA264,73612,273
    HYDROCHLORIC ACID237,910250
    STYRENE67,72016,914
    ACETALDEHYDE57,2253,231
    VANADIUM55,000 
    METHANOL43,5993,963
    BARIUM COMPOUNDS38,362325
    PROPIONALDEHYDE34,039 
    XYLENE (MIXED ISOMERS)32,21131,890
    GLYCOL ETHERS30,2403,100
    CARBONYL SULFIDE25,000180
    CARBON DISULFIDE20,00067
    MANGANESE COMPOUNDS15,25027
    TOLUENE12,00013,738
    ETHYLENE11,00045,000
    N-BUTYL ALCOHOL10,000 
    METHYL ETHYL KETONE9,100750
    PROPYLENE8,70063,000
    LEAD COMPOUNDS7,45413
    ARSENIC (ORGANIC OR INORGANIC COMPOUNDS)6,3608
    CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS4,45512
    NICKEL COMPOUNDS4,1509
    MERCURY COMPOUNDS2,381.200
    ETHYLBENZENE1,5003,400
    ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS1,3005
    COBALT COMPOUNDS1,2105
    CYCLOHEXANE1,2004,300
    BENZENE1,1005,000
    ZINC COMPOUNDS7582
    COPPER COMPOUNDS6296
    1,2,4-TRIMETHYLBENZENE5903,900
    LEAD463 
    VANADIUM COMPOUNDS4008
    POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS50136
    DIISOCYANATES4714
    CUMENE45220
    NAPHTHALENE341,900
    1,3-BUTADIENE12310
    BENZO(GHI)PERYLENE.4506
    METHYL BROMIDE 14,300
    TETRACHLOROETHYLENE 23,461
    ANTHRACENE 1,200
    MANGANESE 555
    BIPHENYL 92
    CHROMIUM 15
    COPPER 22
    CHLORINE 6,100
    PHENANTHRENE 250
    NICKEL 34

    Note: See Dioxin Compounds Summary for the contribution of dioxins to this release or waste management category (in grams).