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Toxic Air Releases

How much toxic material did the company release into the air in the United States?

Companies Values

International Paper

2014 = 39.9 millions of pounds

Koch Industries

2014 = 29.4 millions of pounds

Southern Co

2013 = 22.1 millions of pounds

American Electric

2014 = 19.6 millions of pounds

NRG Energy

2014 = 18.9 millions of pounds

Duke Energy

2014 = 17.8 millions of pounds

Dominion Resources

2013 = 11.8 millions of pounds

FirstEnergy

2014 = 11.5 millions of pounds

PPL Corp.

2014 = 11.3 millions of pounds

EI du Pont de Nemours

2013 = 10.9 millions of pounds

AES Corp.

2014 = 9.9 millions of pounds

Archer Daniels Midland

2014 = 9.4 millions of pounds

Exxon Mobil

2014 = 8.8 millions of pounds

Eastman Chemical

2014 = 7.5 millions of pounds

The Chemours Company

2014 = 6.3 millions of pounds

Renco Group

2013 = 5.8 millions of pounds

Dow Chemical

2014 = 5.7 millions of pounds

BASF SE

2014 = 5.6 millions of pounds

Weyerhaeuser

2013 = 5.2 millions of pounds

Phillips 66

2014 = 5.1 millions of pounds

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The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), compiled by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in accordance with the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986, annually reports the weight (in pounds) of each of approximately 600 toxic chemicals released into the environment by major industrial facilities in the United States.

The Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts AMHERST uses the Toxic 100 Air Polluters index to identify the top U.S. air polluters among the world's largest corporations.

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This metric calculates the company's release of toxic materials into the air in the United States (measured in millions of pounds).

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