NORTH CAROLINA
The 25 Facilities in North Carolina storing the largest amounts of extremely hazardous substances.*
Facility Name City Maximum amount in a single process (lbs) Chemical
1 BORDEN CHEMICAL, INC., FAYETTEVILLE PLANT FAYETTEVILLE 3,000,000 Formaldehyde (solution)
2 NESTE RESINS CORPORATION - MONCURE, NC MONCURE 2,467,500 Formaldehyde (solution)
3 VITAFOAM INCORPORATED - OLYMPIC PLANT GREENSBORO 2,040,000 Toluene diisocyanate (unspecified isomer)
4 WILMINGTON FACILITY WILMINGTON 2,000,000 Oleum (Fuming Sulfuric acid)
5 WRIGHT CHEMICAL CORPORATION RIEGELWOOD 1,700,000 Formaldehyde (solution)
6 GEORGIA-PACIFIC RESINS, INC. DENTON 986,800 Formaldehyde (solution)
7 TRINITY MANUFACTURING, INC. HAMLET 900,000 Chlorine
8 ELIZABETH CITY ELIZABETH CITY 799,200 Ammonia (conc >=20%)
9 LAROCHE INDUSTRIES INC. CONCORD 741,015 Ammonia (anhydrous)
10 JCI JONES CHEMICALS, INC. - CHARLOTTE PLANT CHARLOTTE 720,000 Chlorine
11 ROYSTER-CLARK, INC. SHAWBORO #1 SHAWBORO 510,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
12 VITAFOAM INCORPORATED - HIGH POINT HIGH POINT 509,000 Toluene diisocyanate (unspecified isomer)
13 SMITHFIELD PACKING CO. (TARHEEL) TARHEEL 460,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
14 ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY - CHARLOTTE PLANT CHARLOTTE 420,000 Vinyl acetate monomer
15 FOAMEX L.P. CONOVER 400,000 Toluene diisocyanate (unspecified isomer)
16 PCS PHOSPHATE CO., INC. AURORA 390,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
17 ROYSTER-CLARK, INC. WILMINGTON WILMINGTON 368,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
18 HARVIN REACTION TECHNOLOGY, INC. GREENSBORO 344,000 Propylene oxide
19 MALLINCKRODT INC. RALEIGH 293,760 Ammonia (anhydrous)
20 HENKEL CORPORATION/CHARLOTTE, NC MFG. PLANT CHARLOTTE 290,000 Ethylene oxide
21 INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY - RIEGELWOOD MILL RIEGELWOOD 280,600 Sulfur dioxide (anhydrous)
22 HIGH POINT CHEMICAL CORPORATION HIGH POINT 280,000 Ethylene oxide
23 CARPENTER CO., CONOVER DIVISION CONOVER 280,000 Toluene diisocyanate (unspecified isomer)
24 SOUTHERN STATES COOP- STATESVILLE, NC (5900) STATESVILLE 260,100 Ammonia (anhydrous)
25 WILSON WILSON 236,060 Ammonia (conc >=20%)
*Extremely hazardous substances as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Clean Air Act, Section 112(r).



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