ILLINOIS
The 25 Facilities in Illinois storing the largest amounts of extremely hazardous substances.*
Facility Name City Maximum amount in a single process (lbs) Chemical
1 ET-4 TRILLA TERMINAL MATTOON 140,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
2 CF INDUSTRIES, INC. - ALBANYTERMINAL ALBANY 120,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
3 CF INDUSTRIES, INC. - KINGSTON MINESTERMINAL KINGSTON MINES 80,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
4 ROYSTER-CLARK NITROGEN EAST DUBUQUE FACILITY EAST DUBUQUE 78,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
5 WOOD RIVER TERMINAL EAST ALTON 73,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
6 PEKIN TERMINAL CREVE COUER 73,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
7 T/A TERMINALS, INC./MEREDOSIA TERMINAL MEREDOSIA 72,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
8 CF INDUSTRIES, INC. - COWDENTERMINAL COWDEN 60,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
9 CF INDUSTRIES, INC. - SENECA TERMINAL SENECA 60,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
10 ROYSTER-CLARK NITROGEN NIOTA TERMINAL NIOTA 59,200,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
11 FARMHUT CO., L.L.C. HENRY 40,127,840 Ammonia (anhydrous)
12 CF INDUSTRIES, INC. - JOLIET TERMINAL JOLIET 40,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
13 CF INDUSTRIES, INC. - PERU TERMINAL PERU 40,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
14 MAGIC WATERS CHERRY VALLEY 20,002,000 Chlorine
15 GE PLASTICS - OTTAWA OTTAWA 6,654,393 Acrylonitrile
16 ROYSTER-CLARK NITROGEN, MEREDOSIA TERMINAL MEREDOSIA 3,850,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
17 ROYSTER-CLARK NITROGEN, MARSEILLES TERMINAL MARSEILLES 3,850,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
18 SOLUTIA W.G. KRUMMRICH PLANT SAUGET 2,880,000 Chlorine
19 CABOT CORPORATION TUSCOLA 2,500,000 Methyltrichlorosilane
20 NATIONAL STARCH AND CHEMICAL COMPANY MEREDOSIA 2,325,000 Vinyl acetate monomer
21 ADM EAST COMPLEX DECATUR 1,800,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
22 MOBIL JOLIET REFINERY CHANNAHON 1,752,910 Hydrogen fluoride (conc >=50%)
23 GATX ARGO TERMINAL ARGO 1,400,000 Vinyl acetate monomer
24 CHEMTECH PRODUCTS, INC. ALORTON 1,196,435 Hydrogen fluoride (conc >=50%)
25 KANKAKEE POLYMER PLANT KANKAKEE 1,118,000 Vinyl acetate monomer
*Extremely hazardous substances as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Clean Air Act, Section 112(r).



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