OHIO
The 25 Facilities in Ohio storing the largest amounts of extremely hazardous substances.*
Facility Name City Maximum amount in a single process (lbs) Chemical
1 PCS NITROGEN OHIO L. P. LIMA 125,938,200 Ammonia (anhydrous)
2 ROYSTER-CLARK NITROGEN, NORTH BEND PLANT NORTH BEND 36,000,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
3 BP CHEMICALS, INC. LIMA 25,737,460 Acrylonitrile
4 BAYER ADDYSTON OHIO PLANT ADDYSTON 10,000,000 Acrylonitrile
5 VON ROLL AMERICA, INC EAST LIVERPOOL 8,700,000 Chloroform
6 QUEEN CITY TERMINALS, INC. CINCINNATI 5,800,000 Vinyl acetate monomer
7 DUPONT FORT HILL PLANT NORTH BEND 2,000,000 Oleum (Fuming Sulfuric acid)
8 ARISTECH CHEMICAL CORPORATION HAVERHILL 1,720,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
9 MARSULEX, INC. OREGON REFINERY SERVICES OREGON 1,200,000 Oleum (Fuming Sulfuric acid)
10 TOMEN AGRO, INC. PERRY 1,080,000 Chlorine
11 NESTE RESINS CORPORATION - TOLEDO, OH TOLEDO 1,048,310 Formaldehyde (solution)
12 DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY IRONTON 912,000 Acrylonitrile
13 JCI JONES CHEMICALS, INC.-BARBERTON, OHIO BARBERTON 900,000 Chlorine
14 MILL CREEK WWTP CINCINNATI 720,000 Chlorine
15 FRANKLIN INTERNATIONAL - POLYMER DIVISION COLUMBUS 700,220 Vinyl acetate monomer
16 TANNER INDUSTRIES, INC. PAINESVILLE 676,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
17 SCOTT EQUITY EXCHANGE CO. - VAN WERT BRANCH VAN WERT 636,666 Ammonia (anhydrous)
18 AK STEEL CORPORATION MIDDLETOWN 625,320 Ammonia (anhydrous)
19 WENSINK FARM SEEDS , INC MONROEVILLE 575,000 Ammonia (anhydrous)
20 H.B. FULLER -BLUE ASH PLANT BLUE ASH 560,000 Vinyl acetate monomer
21 MATLACK BULK INTERMODAL SERVICES (DBA) MBIS FAIRPORT HARBOR 540,000 Hydrogen fluoride (conc >=50%)
22 DOVER CHEMICAL CORPORATION DOVER 540,000 Chlorine
23 NYLONGE CORPORATION ELYRIA 498,200 Carbon disulfide
24 THE GLIDDEN COMPANY HURON 468,720 Vinyl acetate monomer
25 BFGOODRICH PERFORMANCE MATERIALS AKRON PLANT AKRON 450,000 Acrylonitrile
*Extremely hazardous substances as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Clean Air Act, Section 112(r).



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