DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Facilities in the District of Columbia storing the largest amounts of extremely hazardous substances.*
Facility Name City Maximum amount in a single process (lbs) Chemical
1 BLUE PLAINS WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT WASHINGTON 180,000 Chlorine
2 DALECARLIA WATER TREATMENT PLANT WASHINGTON 130,000 Chlorine
3 MCMILLAN WATER TREATMENT PLANT WASHINGTON 110,000 Chlorine
*Extremely hazardous substances as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Clean Air Act, Section 112(r).



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