NEW HAMPSHIRE
Facilities in New Hampshire storing the largest amounts of extremely hazardous substances.*
Facility Name City Maximum amount in a single process (lbs) Chemical
1 HAMPSHIRE CHEMICAL CORPORATION NASHUA 945,655 Hydrocyanic acid
2 PSNH MERRIMACK GENERATING STATION BOW 480,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
3 NASHUA CORPORATION - MERRIMACK FACILITY MERRIMACK 84,000 Vinyl acetate monomer
4 OSRAM SYLVANIA PRODUCTS, INC. - EXETER FACILITY EXETER 43,800 Hydrogen fluoride (conc >=50%)
5 HIGH LINER FOODS, INC. PORTSMOUTH 38,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
6 ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC. MERRIMACK BREWERY MERRIMACK 36,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
7 COLD REGIONS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING LABORATORY HANOVER 20,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
8 COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, NNE, INC. LPC LONDONDERRY 13,300 Ammonia (anhydrous)
9 WYMAN GORDON TITANIUM CASTINGS, LLC FRANKLIN 1,211 Hydrogen fluoride (conc >=50%)
*Extremely hazardous substances as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Clean Air Act, Section 112(r).



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