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Toxic Incineration Transfers

How much toxic material did the company send for incineration in the United States?

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EI du Pont de Nemours
2013 = 22 Million Pounds
Bayer AG
2014 = 18.2 Million Pounds
Celanese
2014 = 16.2 Million Pounds
3M Company
2014 = 12.6 Million Pounds
DuPont
2014 = 10.1 Million Pounds
Dow Chemical
2014 = 8.9 Million Pounds
The Chemours Company
2014 = 8.8 Million Pounds
Huntsman
2014 = 7.3 Million Pounds
Occidental Petroleum
2014 = 5.3 Million Pounds
US Steel
2014 = 4.8 Million Pounds
LyondellBasell Industries
2014 = 4.1 Million Pounds
Eastman Kodak
2013 = 3.8 Million Pounds
Koch Industries
2014 = 3.6 Million Pounds
BASF SE
2014 = 1.7 Million Pounds
Honeywell International
2014 = 1.6 Million Pounds
Ineos Group
2013 = 0.81 Million Pounds
Mallinckrodt Public Limited Company
2014 = 0.81 Million Pounds
Saudi Basic Industries
2014 = 0.62 Million Pounds
Exxon Mobil
2014 = 0.51 Million Pounds
Eastman Chemical
2014 = 0.29 Million 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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