Environment, Great Lakes and Energy - Water Resources Division - Water Resources Protection -- Part 5. Spillage of Oil and Pollution Materials


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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

WASTE MANAGEMENT DIVISION

WATER RESOURCES PROTECTION

(By authority conferred on the director and the department of environmental quality by

sections 3102 and 3106 of 1994 PA 451, MCL 324.3102 and 324.3106, and Executive

Reorganization Order No. 1991-22, MCL 299.13)

PART 5. SPILLAGE OF OIL AND POLLUTING MATERIALS

R 324.2001 Definitions; a to o.

Rule 1. As used in this part:

(a) "Act" means 1994 PA 451, MCL 324.101 et seq., and known as the natural

resources and environmental protection act.

(b) "Department" means the department of environmental quality.

(c) "Indoors" means within a building or other enclosure which provides

protection from the elements, which has doors or other means of entry that can be

closed or otherwise protected from unauthorized entry, and which has a floor capable of

containing liquid or solid materials.

(d) "Manufactured item" means any solid article, other than a container holding

solid or liquid polluting materials, which is formed to specific shape during

manufacture, and which does not leach or otherwise release polluting materials to

the groundwaters or surface waters of the state under normal conditions of use or

storage.

(e) "Oil" means oil of any kind or in any form, including any of the following:

(i) Petroleum.

(ii) Gasoline.

(iii) Fuel oil.

(iv) Grease.

(v) Oily sludges.

(vi) Oil refuse.

(vii) Oil mixed with waste.

(f) "Oil storage facility" means a temporary or permanent land-based

industry, plant, establishment, firm, or other facility which receives, processes,

manufactures, uses, stores, or ships oil, and at which there is present an amount of oil

equal to or more than the threshold management quantity and which is so situated

that oil could directly or indirectly reach the surface or groundwaters of this state,

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including any facility that discharges through a public sewer system. "Oil-storage

facility" does not include an oil field petroleum or brine storage facility, a

recreational marina, installations of oil-containing electrical equipment, or any

transportation-related facility, as defined in 40 C.F.R. part 112.

(g) "On-land facility" means a temporary or permanent land-based industry,

plant, establishment, firm, storage site, or other facility, which receives, processes,

manufactures, uses, stores or ships polluting materials and at which there is

present an amount of any polluting material equal to or more than its threshold

management quantity and which is so situated that loss of polluting materials could

directly or indirectly reach the surface or groundwaters of this state, including any

facility which discharges through a public sewer system. "On-land facility" does not

include an oil storage facility, an oil field petroleum or brine storage facility, a

recreational marina, installations of oil containing electrical equipment, or a

transportation-related facility as defined in 40 C.F.R. part 112.

History: 2001 AACS.

R 324.2002 Definitions; p to u.

Rule 2. As used in this part:

(a) "Polluting material" means all of the following:

(i) Oil.

(ii) Salt.

(iii) Any material specified in table 1 in R 324.2009.

(iv) Any compound or product that contains 1%, or more, by weight, of any material

listed in paragraphs (i) through (iii) of this subdivision based on material safety data

sheet formulation information for the compounds or products.

(v) "Polluting material" does not include manufactured items.

(b) "Release" is defined in section 20101(1)(bb) of the act. For the purposes of

this rule, "release" does not include any of the following:

(i) Spilling, leaking, or discharging less than 1000 gallons of a polluting material

into a secondary containment structure that complies with these rules, if recovery of

the material spilled, leaked, or discharged is initiated within 24 hours of detection,

is completed as soon as practicable, but not more than 72 hours after detection, and

if no polluting materials are released directly or indirectly to any public sewer system

or to the surface waters or groundwaters of this state.

(ii) Spilling, leaking, or discharging less than 55 gallons of oil to the ground surface,

if the spill, leak, or discharge is detected and the oil recovered within 24 hours of the

spill, leak, or discharge, and if oil is not released directly or indirectly to any public sewer

system or to the surface waters or groundwaters of this state.

(iii) Spilling, leaking, or discharging less than 55 gallons of oil to the surface waters

of this state, if effective recovery measures are implemented in response to the spill,

leak, or discharge immediately upon detection.

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(iv) Releases of air contaminants as defined in section 5501(a) of the act.

(v) Permitted releases as defined in section 20101(1)(aa) of the act.

(c) "Salt" means sodium chloride, potassium chloride, calcium chloride, and

magnesium chloride, and solutions or mixtures of these compounds in solid or liquid

form.

(d) "Secondary containment structure" means a unit, other than the primary

container in which polluting material is packaged or held, that is designed, constructed,

and operated so that the polluting material cannot escape from the unit through public

sewers, drains, or otherwise directly or indirectly into any public sewer system or to

the surface waters or groundwaters of this state.

(e) "Sewer system" is defined in R 299.2903(8).

(f) "Threshold management quantity" means any of the following:

(i) For salt in solid form used, stored, or otherwise managed at any location at or

within an on-land or oil storage facility, 5 tons.

(ii) For salt in liquid form used, stored, or otherwise managed at any location at or

within an on-land or oil storage facility, 1000 gallons.

(iii) For oil, 1320 gallons in aboveground tanks or containers if no single tank or

container has a capacity of more than of 660 gallons.

(iv) For all other polluting materials at any discrete outdoor use or storage location

at an on-land or oil storage facility, 200 kilograms (440 pounds).

(v) For all other polluting materials at any discrete indoor use or storage location at

an on-land or oil storage facility, 1000 kilograms (2200 pounds).

(g) "Threshold reporting quantity" means any of the following:

(i) For releases of oil to the surface of the ground, 50 pounds.

(ii) For releases of oil to the waters of the state, any quantity that causes unnatural

turbidity, color, visible sheens, oil films, foams, solids, or deposits in the receiving

waterbody.

(iii) For release of salt to the surface of the ground, or waters of the state, 50 pounds

in solid form, unless the use is authorized by the department for deicing purposes,

or 50 gallons in liquid form, unless authorized by the department as a dust

suppressant or deicing agent or permitted under part 31 of the act.

(iv) For releases of all other polluting materials, the quantity specified in table 1

in R 324.2009, or any quantity that causes unnatural turbidity, color, visible sheens, oil

films, foams, solids, or deposits in the receiving waterbody.

(h) "Use area" means any area within an oil storage facility or on-land facility

that is used for handling, treating, or processing polluting materials.

History: 2001 AACS.

R 324.2003 Conditional exemptions.

Rule 3. (1) Except as otherwise provided in these rules, the following facilities

are exempt from these rules subject to the following conditions:

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(a) Any facility that manages polluting materials in excess of threshold

quantities is exempt from these rules if the polluting materials are managed in

containers that do not individually exceed 10 gallons or 100 pounds in capacity and

that are located indoors at a facility that is designed, constructed, maintained, and

operated to prevent any spilled polluting material from being released directly or

indirectly to the surface or groundwaters of the state.

(b) An on-land or oil storage facility which does not manage any other polluting

materials in excess of an applicable threshold management quantity and which is

otherwise subject to the federal oil pollution prevention requirements of 40 C.F.R.

part 110 or 112, (1997), shall comply with these rules by fully complying with the

federal requirements and shall also report all releases of oil as required in R 324.2007.

The owner or operator of such a facility shall submit a copy of the facility's spill

prevention, control, and countermeasure plan in accordance with R 324.2006(2).

An oil storage facility that manages both oil and other polluting materials in excess

of an applicable threshold management quantity shall comply with these rules for the

other polluting materials. Failure to fully comply with the federal oil pollution

prevention requirements is a violation of these rules and the federal requirements and

is subject to the provisions of part 31 of the act.

(c) An on-land or oil storage facility subject to 1941 PA 207, MCL 29.1, et seq., and

known as the fire prevention code, shall comply with these rules by fully complying with

the provisions of 1941 PA 207, for any flammable liquids, or combustible

liquids, or both, subject to 1941 PA 207. An on-land facility that manages flammable

liquids, or combustible liquids, or both, and other polluting materials in excess of

an applicable threshold management quantity shall comply with these rules for the

other polluting materials.

(d) An on-land or oil storage facility that owns or manages underground

storage tanks subject to part 211 or 213 of the act shall comply with these rules by fully

complying with the requirements of part 211 or 213 of the act for the underground

storage tanks. An on-land or oil storage facility that has underground storage tanks

subject to part 211 or 213 of the act that also manages other polluting materials in

excess of an applicable threshold management quantity that are not subject to part

211 or 213 of the act shall comply with these rules for the other polluting materials.

(e) An on-land or oil storage facility that manages hazardous wastes subject to

part 111 of the act shall comply with these rules by fully complying with the

requirements of part 111 of the act for those hazardous wastes. An on-land or oil

storage facility that manages hazardous wastes subject to part 111 of the act that

also manages other polluting materials in excess of an applicable threshold management

quantity that are not subject to part 111 of the act shall comply with these rules for the

other polluting materials.

(f) An on-land or oil storage facility that is subject to part 615 of the act shall

comply with these rules by fully complying with the requirements of part 615 of the

act. An on-land or oil storage facility subject to part 615 of the act that also

manages other polluting materials in excess of an applicable threshold management

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quantity that are not subject to part 615 of the act shall comply with these rules for the

other polluting materials.

(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of these rules, if the department

determines, on the basis of the physical state, chemical properties, location,

manner of management, or proximity to vulnerable natural resources, that a facility

that receives, uses, processes, manufactures, stores, or ships polluting materials in

amounts less than an applicable threshold management quantity, can, if there is a

release, be reasonably expected to cause substantial harm to the surface or

groundwaters of the state, then the facility may be required to comply with these rules

by a permit or an order issued under part 31 of the act and the rules promulgated under

part 31 of the act.

History: 2001 AACS.

R 324.2004 Oil storage and on-land facilities: surveillance.

Rule 4. Oil storage and on-land facilities shall maintain adequate

surveillance of all manufacturing processes, treatment systems, storage areas, and

other such areas so that any polluting material loss therefrom can be detected in a

timely manner and procedures implemented to prevent any polluting materials from

reaching the waters of this state.

History: 2001 AACS.

R 324.2005 Secondary containment.

Rule 5. (1) Except as may be authorized under subrule (5) of this rule, not later than

24 months after the effective date of these rules, any on-land facility that has any outdoor

storage areas used to store liquid polluting materials in excess of a threshold

management quantity shall provide secondary containment structures for those outdoor

storage areas as required in subrule (2) of this rule.

(2) Secondary containment structures for liquids shall comply with all of the

following provisions:

(a) Be constructed of materials that are compatible with, and impervious to, or

otherwise capable of containing, any spilled, leaked, or discharged polluting materials

so that the materials can be recovered and so that polluting materials cannot escape

directly or indirectly to any public sewer system or to the surface waters or groundwaters

of this state.

(b) Provide a capacity that is not less than 10% of the total volume of the tanks or

containers within the secondary containment structure or provide a capacity of

100% of the largest single tank or container within the secondary containment structure,

whichever is larger.

(c) Allow surveillance of the tanks or containers, the timely detection of any leaks

and recovery of any spillage, and the removal and proper disposal of any captured

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precipitation so that the minimum required capacity is maintained at all times.

Captured precipitation may be removed by drainage through normally closed valves

if all of the following conditions are met:

(i) The drainage is conducted under the direct supervision of qualified facility

personnel.

(ii) The valves are secured closed at all times, except during precipitation

removal.

(iii) The drainage is performed in full compliance with all applicable local,

state, and federal requirements.

(3) All use areas and indoor storage areas shall be designed, constructed,

maintained, and operated to prevent the release of polluting materials through

sewers, drains, or otherwise directly or indirectly into any public sewer system or to

the surface or groundwaters of this state.

(4) Polluting materials in solid form shall be enclosed, covered, contained, or

otherwise protected to prevent run-on and any runoff, seepage, or leakage to any public

sewer system or to the surface or groundwaters of the state. Solid polluting

materials shall not be stored within 50 feet of a designated wetland or the shore or

bank of any lake or stream. Solid polluting material containment structures

located within a 100-year floodplain as defined by the federal flood disaster

protection act of 1973, 42 U.S.C. 4001 et seq., shall be designed and constructed to

remain effective during a 100-year flood.

(5) Alternate secondary containment, control, or treatment systems other than

those required in subrule (1) of this rule that provide adequate protection may be

used upon written approval of the department. Requests for alternate secondary

containment, control, or treatment systems shall be submitted in writing to the

chief of the department's waste management division. The chief of the department's

waste management division, or his or her authorized delegee, shall either approve,

approve with specifc modifications, or disapprove a request for an alternate

secondary containment, control, or treatment system not more than 180 days after

receipt.

History: 2001 AACS.

R 324.2006 Pollution incident prevention plan.

Rule 6. (1) Except as provided in subrule (3) of this rule, not more than 24 months

after the effective date of these rules, the owner or operator of any on-land

facility that receives, uses, processes, manufactures, stores, or ships polluting

materials in excess of the applicable threshold management quantity shall

develop, maintain, and operate in accordance with, a pollution incident prevention

plan. At a minimum, the pollution incident prevention plan shall include all of the

following information:

(a) All of the following general facility information:

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(i) Facility name.

(ii) Mailing address.

(iii) Street address, if other than the mailing address.

(iv) Facility phone number.

(v) 24-hour emergency phone number or numbers.

(vi) Internal emergency notification procedures.

(vii) The name of the designated spill prevention and control coordinator.

(viii) The name of the person or persons responsible for on-site spill prevention

and control, if different than the designated spill prevention and control coordinator.

(ix) The name of the facility owner.

(x) A map showing the facility relative to the surrounding area, including

thoroughfares.

(b) Procedures for emergency notification of all of the following entities:

(i) The department's pollution emergency alerting system (PEAS).

(ii) National response center.

(iii) Local emergency planning committee.

(iv) Local fire department.

(v) Local law enforcement agency.

(vi) Municipal wastewater treatment plant if the facility is served by a municipal

wastewater treatment plant.

(vii) Appropriate spill cleanup contractor, or consulting firm, or both.

(c) All of the following spill control and cleanup procedures:

(i) Inventory and location of spill control and cleanup equipment available on-and

off-site.

(ii) Procedures for response and cleanup.

(iii) Procedures for characterization and disposal of recovered materials.

(d) A polluting material inventory, including all of the following

information:

(i) Identification of all polluting materials typically on-site in quantities

exceeding the threshold management quantity during the preceding 12 months. The

materials shall be identified by product name, chemical name, and chemical abstracts

service number.

(ii) The location of material safety data sheets for all polluting materials on-

site in quantities exceeding the threshold management quantity.

(e) A site plan depicting relevant site structures and all storage and use areas where

polluting materials are managed on-site in quantities exceeding the threshold

management quantity, including any of the following:

(i) Aboveground and underground tanks.

(ii) Floor drains.

(iii) Loading and unloading areas.

(iv) Sumps.

(v) On-site water supplies.

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(f) Outdoor secondary containment structures, including all of the following

information:

(i) Location or locations.

(ii) Design and construction data, including dimensions, materials, capacity,

and the amount of the polluting materials stored in each area.

(iii) Provisions for the capture and removal of spilled polluting materials.

(iv) Provisions for secondary containment structure physical security,

including signage, gates, fences, and barriers.

(v) Precipitation management procedures, including characterization and disposal

procedures and copies of any permits authorizing discharge.

(vi) Inspection and maintenance procedures.

(g) Other controls.

(h) Provisions for general facility physical security.

(2) The facility owner or operator shall maintain the plan at the facility available

for inspection upon request of the department. Within 30 days after its completion,

the facility owner or operator shall notify the department and certify that the

facility is in full compliance with these rules and notify the local emergency planning

committee and the local health department serving the facility that the pollution

incident prevention plan has been completed and is available upon request. Within 30

days after receiving a request for a copy of the plan from the department, the local

emergency planning committee or the local health department, the facility owner or

operator shall submit a copy of the pollution incident prevention plan to the

requesting agency.

(3) A facility that is subject to other local, state, or federal emergency or

contingency planning requirements may integrate the pollution incident prevention

plan with other plans if the required elements of the pollution incident prevention plan

are contained in the integrated plan. Upon preparation of an integrated plan, the

facility owner or operator shall submit the updated plan and shall renotify the

department and recertify compliance with these rules in accordance with subrule (2) of

this rule.

(4) The facility owner or operator shall evaluate the pollution incident

prevention plan or integrated plan every 3 years or after any release that requires

implementation of the plan, whichever is more frequent. The facility owner or

operator shall update the plan when facility personnel, processes, or procedures

identified in the plan change or as otherwise necessary to maintain compliance

with this rule. Upon preparation of an updated plan, the facility owner or operator

shall renotify the department and recertify compliance with these rules in

accordance with subrule (2) of this rule.

(5) If the department determines that a pollution incident prevention plan prepared

under subrule (1) of this rule or the applicable portions of an integrated plan prepared

under subrule (3) of this rule is incomplete or inadequate, then the department

may inform the owner or operator of an oil storage or on-land facility, in writing,

of the department's findings and recommendations and request modification of the

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plan. The owner or operator of the oil storage or on-land facility shall modify the plan

and resubmit it in accordance with subrule (2) of this rule within 30 days after receipt

of the department's request, unless a longer response period is authorized by the

department in writing.

History: 2001 AACS.

R 324.2007 Pollution incident report.

Rule 7. (1) As soon as practicable after detection of a release, the owner,

operator, or manager of an oil storage facility or an on-land facility that releases or

permits to be released any polluting material in excess of a threshold reporting quantity

during any 24-hour period shall notify the department by contacting the department's

PEAS at 1-800-292-4706.

(2) Within 10 days after the release, the owner or operator shall file a written report

with the chief of the department's waste management division outlining the cause of

the release, discovery of the release, and the response measures taken or a schedule

for completion of measures to be taken, or both, to prevent recurrence of similar releases.

(3) This rule does not supersede, rescind, or otherwise alter any other existing

procedure, rule, or statute pertaining to pollution of the waters of this state, nor does it

relieve any person from any reporting requirement imposed under federal law or

regulation.

History: 2001 AACS.

R 324.2008 Enforcement.

Rule 8. A person who violates any provision of this part is subject to the procedures

and penalties prescribed in sections 3112, 3114, 3115, and 3115a of part 31 of the act.

History: 2001 AACS.

R 324.2009 Table 1; polluting materials.

Rule 9. Table 1 reads as follows:

Name CAS TRQ (lbs)

1,1,1,2 Tetrachloroethane 630206 10

1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71556 100

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79345 10

1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79005 10

1,1-Dichloroethane 75343 100

1,1-Dichloroethylene 75354 10

1,1-Dichloropropane 78999 100

1,2-Dimethylhydrazine 540738 1

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1,1-Dimethylhydrazine 57147 10

1,2,3,4-tetrachlorobenzene 634662 10

1,2,3,5-tetrachlorobenzene 634902 10

1,2,3-trichlorobenzene 87616 10

1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 95943 500

1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120821 10

1,2:3,4-diepoxybutane 298180 10

1,2-Butylene oxide 106887 10

1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 96128 1

1,2-Dibromoethane 106934 1

1,2-Dichloroethane 107062 10

1,2-Dichloroethylene 156605 100

1,2-Dichloropropane 78875 100

1,2-Diphenylhydrazine 122667 10

1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene 99354 10

1,3-Butadiene 106990 10

1,3-Dichlorobenzene 541731 10

1,3-Dichloropropane 142289 500

1,3-Dichloropropylene 542756 10

1,3-Pentadiene 504609 10

1,4-Dichloro-2-butene 764410 1

1,4-Dichlorobenzene 106467 10

1,4-Dioxane 123911 10

1,4-Naphthoquinone 130154 500

1,5-naphthalenediamine 2243621 10

1-Acetyl-2-thiourea 591082 100

1-amino-2-methylanthraquinone 82280 10

1-chloropropene 590-21-6 10

1H-Azepine-1 carbothioic acid, hexahydro-S-ethyl ester 2212671 1

2,2,4-Trimethylpentane 540841 100

2,2-Dichloropropionic acid 75990 500

2,2-Dimethyl-1,3-benzodioxol-4-ol methylcarbamate 22781233 1

2,3,4,5-tetrachlorophenol 4901513 10

2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 58902 10

2,3,4-Trichlorophenol 15950660 10

2,3,5,6-tetrachlorophenol 935955 10

2,3,5-Trichlorophenol 933788 10

2,3,6-Trichlorophenol 933755 10

2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) 1746016 1

2,3-Dichloropropene 78886 10

2,4,5-T acid 93765 100

2,4,5-T amines 1319728 500

2,4,5-T amines 6369966 500

2,4,5-T amines 2008460 500

2,4,5-T amines 6369977 500

2,4,5-T amines 3813147 500

2,4,5-T esters 25168154 100

2,4,5-T esters 61792072 100

2,4,5-T esters 2545597 100

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2,4,5-T esters 93798 100 2,4,5-T esters 1928478 100

2,4,5-T salts 13560991 100

2,4,5-TP esters 32534955 10

2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95954 10

2,4,5-trichlorotoluene 6639301 10

2,4,5-trimethylaniline 137177 10

2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88062 10

2,4-D chlorocrotyl ester 2971382 10

2,4-D Esters 1320189 10

2,4-D Esters 94791 10

2,4-D Esters 53467111 10

2,4-D Esters 1928387 10

2,4-D Esters 1928616 10

2,4-D Esters 2971382 10

2,4-D Esters 1929733 10

2,4-D Esters 94111 10

2,4-D Esters 25168267 10

2,4-D Esters 94804 10

2,4-D, salts and esters 94757 10

2,4-diaminoanisole sulfate 39156417 10

2,4-Diaminotoluene 95807 10

2,4-Dichlorophenol 120832 10

2,4-Dimethylphenol 105679 10

2,4-Dinitrophenol 51285 10

2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121142 10

2,4-Dithiobiuret 541537 10

2,5-Dinitrophenol 329715 10

2,6-Dichlorophenol 87650 10

2,6-Dinitrophenol 573568 10

2,6-Dinitrotoluene 606202 10

2-Acetylaminofluorene 53963 1

2-aminoanthraquinone 117793 10

2-Butenal 4170303 10

2-Butenal, (e)- 123739 10

2-Chloroacetophenone 532274 10

2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 110758 100

2-Chloronaphthalene 91587 500

2-Chlorophenol 95578 10

2-Cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 131895 10

2-Ethoxyethanol 110805 100

2-methyl-1-nitroanthraquinone 129157 10

2-Methyllactonitrile 75865 10

2-Methylpyridine 109068 500

2-Nitrophenol 88755 10

2-Nitropropane 79469 10

3-(chloromethyl)pyridine hydrochloride 6959484 10

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 91941 1

3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine 119904 10

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3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine 119937 10

3,4,5-Trichlorophenol 609198 10

3,4-Dinitrotoluene 610399 10

3,6-Dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic acid 1918009 100

3-amino-9-ethylcarbazole 132321 10

3-amino-9-ethylcarbazole hydrochloride 57360175 10

3-Chloropropionitrile 542767 100

3-Iodo-2-propynyl butylcarbamate 55406536 1

3-Methylcholanthrene 56495 10

4,4'-diaminodiphenyl ether 101804 10

4,4'-Methylenebis(2-chloroaniline) 101144 10

4,4'-methylenebis(2-methylaniline) 838880 10

4,4'-methylenebis(N,N-dimethyl)benzenamine 101611 10

4,4'-Methylenedianiline 101779 10

4,4'-thiodianiline 139651 10

4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol and salts 534521 10

4-Aminobiphenyl 92671 1

4-Aminopyridine 504245 100

4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 101553 10

4-chloro-m-phenylenediamine 5131602 10

4-chloro-o-phenylenediamine 95830 10

4-Chloro-o-toluidine, hydrochloride 3165933 10

4-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 7005723 500

4-Nitrobiphenyl 92933 10

5-(Aminomethyl)-3-isoxazolol 2763964 100

5-chloro-o-toluidine 95794 10

5-nitroacenaphthene 602879 10

5-nitro-o-anisidine 99592 1

5-Nitro-o-toluidine 99558 10

7,12-Dimethylbenz[a]anthracene 57976 1

abietic acid 514103 10

Acenaphthene 83329 10

Acenaphthylene 208968 500

Acetaldehyde 75070 100

Acetaldehyde, trichloro- 75876 500

Acetamide 60355 10

Acetic acid 64197 500

Acetic anhydride 108247 500

Acetone 67641 500

Acetonitrile 75058 500

Acetophenone 98862 500

Acetyl bromide 506967 500

Acetyl chloride 75365 500

Acrolein 107028 1

Acrylamide 79061 500

Acrylic acid 79107 500

Acrylonitrile 107131 10

actinomycin D 50760 10

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Adipic acid 124049 500 Aflatoxins 1402682 1

Aldicarb 116063 1

Aldicarb sulfone 1646884 1

Aldrin 309002 1

Allyl alcohol 107186 10

Allyl chloride 107051 100

alpha – Endosulfan 959988 1

alpha-BHC 319846 10

alpha-Hexachlorocyclohexane 319846 10

alpha-Naphthylamine 134327 10

Aluminum phosphide 20859738 10

Aluminum sulfate 10043013 500

Aminoazobenzene 60093 10

Amitrole 61825 10

Ammonia 7664417 10

Ammonium acetate 631618 500

Ammonium benzoate 1863634 500

Ammonium bicarbonate 1066337 500

Ammonium bichromate 7789095 10

Ammonium bifluoride 1341497 10

Ammonium bisulfite 10192300 500

Ammonium carbamate 1111780 500

Ammonium carbonate 506876 500

Ammonium chloride 12125029 500

Ammonium chromate 7788989 10

Ammonium citrate, dibasic 3012655 500

Ammonium fluoborate 13826830 500

Ammonium fluoride 12125018 10

Ammonium hydroxide 1336216 100

Ammonium oxalate 14258492 500

Ammonium oxalate 5972736 500

Ammonium oxalate 6009707 500

Ammonium picrate 131748 10

Ammonium silicofluoride 16919190 100

Ammonium sulfamate 7773060 500

Ammonium sulfide 12135761 10

Ammonium sulfite 10196040 500

Ammonium tartrate 3164292 500

Ammonium tartrate 14307438 500

Ammonium thiocyanate 1762954 500

Ammonium vanadate 7803556 100

Amyl acetate 628637 500

Anilazine 101053 1

Aniline 62533 500

aniline hydrochloride 142041 10

Anthracene 120127 500

Antimony 7440360 500

ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS 1

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Antimony pentachloride 7647189 100

Antimony potassium tartrate 28300745 10

Antimony tribromide 7789619 100

Antimony trichloride 10025919 100

Antimony trifluoride 7783564 100

Antimony trioxide 1309644 100

antimycin A 1397940 1

Aramite 140578 1

Aroclor 1016 12674112 1

Aroclor 1221 11104282 1

Aroclor 1232 11141165 1

Aroclor 1242 53469219 1

Aroclor 1248 12672296 1

Aroclor 1254 11097691 1

Aroclor 1260 11096825 1

Arsenic 7440382 1

Arsenic acid 1327522 1

Arsenic acid 7778394 1

ARSENIC COMPOUNDS 1

Arsenic disulfide 1303328 1

Arsenic pentoxide 1303282 1

Arsenic trioxide 1327533 1

Arsenic trisulfide 1303339 1

Arsenous trichloride 7784341 1

Asbestos (friable) 1332214 1

Auramine 492808 10

Azaserine 115026 1

azinphos-ethyl 2642719 1

Aziridine, 2-methyl 75558 1

Azobenzene 103333 1

Barban 101279 1

Barban 101279 10

Barium cyanide 542621 10

Bendiocarb 22781233 10

Bendiocarb phenol 22961826 1

Benezeneamine, 2,6-dinitro-N,N-dipropyl-4- 1582098 10 (Btreinfloumoryolm ethyl)- 17804352 1

Benomyl 17804352 10

Benz[a]anthracene 56553 10

Benz[c]acridine 225514 10

Benzal chloride 98873 500

Benzamide, 3,5-dichloro-N-(1,1-dimethyl-2-propynyl 23950585 500

Benzene 71432 10

Benzene, 2,4-diisocyanato-1-methyl- 584849 10

Benzeneacetic acid, 4-chloro-.alpha.-(4- 510156 10

chlorophenyl)-.alpha.- hydroxy-, ethyl ester

Benzeneethanamine, alpha,alpha-dimethyl- 122098 500

Benzenemethanol, 4-chloro-.alpha.-4- 115322 10

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Benzenesulfonyl chloride 98099 10 Benzenethiol 108985 10

Benzidine 92875 1

Benzidine (and salts) 1

Benzo(k)fluoranthene 207089 500

Benzo[a]pyrene 50328 1

Benzo[b]fluoranthene 205992 1

Benzo[ghi]perylene 191242 500

Benzoic acid 65850 500

Benzoic trichloride 98077 10

Benzonitrile 100470 500

Benzoyl chloride 98884 100

Benzyl chloride 100447 10

Beryllium 7440417 10

Beryllium chloride 7787475 1

BERYLLIUM COMPOUNDS 1

Beryllium fluoride 7787497 1

Beryllium nitrate 7787555 1

Beryllium nitrate 13597994 1

beta – Endosulfan 33213659 1

beta-BHC 319857 1

beta-Naphthylamine 91598 10

beta-Propiolactone 57578 10

Biphenyl 92524 10

Bis(2-chloro-1-methylethyl)ether 108601 100

Bis(2-chloroethoxy) methane 111911 100

Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether 111444 10

Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 117817 10

Bis(chloromethyl) ether 542881 10

Bis(dimethylthiocarbamoyl) sulfide 97745 1

Bromoacetone 598312 100

Bromoform 75252 10

Bromomethane 74839 100

Bromoxynil 1689845 1

Brucine 357573 10

Butyl acetate 123864 500

Butyl benzyl phthalate 85687 10

Butylamine 109739 100

Butylate 2008415 1

butylbutanol nitrosamine 3817116 10

Butylethylcarbamothioic acid S-propyl ester 1114712 1

Butyric acid 107926 500

Cacodylic acid 75605 1

Cadmium 7440439 10

Cadmium acetate 543908 10

Cadmium bromide 7789426 10

Cadmium chloride 10108642 10

CADMIUM COMPOUNDS 1

Calcium arsenate 7778441 1

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Calcium arsenite 52740166 1

Calcium carbide 75207 10

Calcium chromate 13765190 10

Calcium cyanamide 156627 100

Calcium cyanide 592018 10

Calcium dodecylbenzenesulfonate 26264062 100

Calcium hypochlorite 7778543 10

Caprolactam 105602 500

Captafol 2425061 1

Captan 133062 10

Carbamic acid, methyl-, O-(((2,4- 26419738 1

dimethyl-1,3-dithiolan-2-

yCla)rmbeatmhyoldeinthei)oaimc iancoi)d-, dibutyl-, sodium salt 136301 1

Carbamodithioic acid, diethyl-, sodium salt 148185 1

Carbamothioic acid, bis(1-methylethyl)- 2303164 10

S-(2,3-dichloro-2- propenyl)ester

Carbamothioic acid, dipropyl-, S-(phenylmethyl) ester 52888809 1

Carbamothioic acid, dipropyl-, S-propyl ester 1929777 1

Carbaryl 63252 10

Carbendazim 10605217 1

Carbofuran 1563662 10

Carbofuran phenol 1563388 1

Carbon disulfide 75150 10

Carbon oxide sulfide (COS) 463581 10

Carbon tetrachloride 56235 10

Carbonic difluoride 353504 100

Carbonochloridic acid, methylester 79221 100

Carbonyl sulfide 463581 10

Carbophenothion 786196 1

Carbosulfan 55285148 1

Catechol 120809 10

Chloramben 133904 10

Chlorambucil 305033 10

Chloramines 1

Chlordane 57749 1

Chlorfenvinphos 470906 10

CHLORINATED BENZENES 1

Chlorinated dibenzofurans 1

Chlorinated dioxins 1

CHLORINATED ETHANES 1

CHLORINATED NAPTHALENE 1

CHLORINATED PHENOLS 1

Chlorine 7782505 10

Chlorine (elemental and hypochlorite salts) 10

Chlornaphazine 494031 10

Chloroacetaldehyde 107200 100

Chloroacetic acid 79118 10

CHLOROALKYL ETHERS 1

Chlorobenzene 108907 10

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Chlorodibromomethane 124481 10 Chloroethane 75003 10

Chloroform 67663 10

Chloromethane 74873 10

Chloromethyl methyl ether 107302 10

Chloroprene 126998 10

Chlorosulfonic acid 7790945 100

Chlorpyrifos 2921882 1

Chromic acetate 1066304 100

Chromic acid 7738945 10

Chromic acid 11115745 10

Chromic sulfate 10101538 100

Chromium 7440473 500

CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS 1

Chromous chloride 10049055 100

Chrysene 218019 10

Clonitralid 1420048 10

COBALT COMPOUNDS 1

Cobaltous bromide 7789437 100

Cobaltous formate 544183 100

Cobaltous sulfamate 14017415 100

COKE OVEN EMISSIONS 1

Copper 7440508 500

COPPER COMPOUNDS 1

Copper cyanide 544923 10

Copper, bis(dimethylcarbamodithioato-S,S')- 137291 1

Coumaphos 56724 10

Creosote 8001589 1

Cresol (mixed isomers) 1319773 10

Crotoxyphos 7700176 10

Cumene 98828 500

Cumene hydroperoxide 80159 10

Cupferron 135206 10

Cupric acetate 142712 10

Cupric acetoarsenite (Paris green) 12002038 1

Cupric chloride 7447394 10

Cupric nitrate 3251238 10

Cupric oxalate 5893663 10

Cupric sulfate 7758987 10

Cupric sulfate, ammoniated 10380297 10

Cupric tartrate 815827 10

CYANIDE COMPOUNDS 1

Cyanides (soluble salts and complexes) 57125 10

Cyanogen 460195 10

Cyanogen bromide 506683 100

Cyanogen chloride 506774 10

Cycasin 14901087 10

Cycloate 1134232 1

Cyclohexane 110827 100

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Cyclohexanone 108941 500

Cycloheximide 66819 1

Cyclophosphamide 50180 10

Daunomycin 20830813 10

DDD 72548 1

DDE 3547044 500

DDE 72559 1

DDT 50293 1

DDT (p'p', o'p' and technical salts) 1

DDT AND METABOLITES 1

dehydroabietic acid 1740198 10

delta-BHC 319868 1

Demeton 8065483 1

Diaminotoluene 496720 10

Diaminotoluene 823405 10

Diazinon 333415 1

Diazomethane 334883 10

Dibenz[a,h]anthracene 53703 1

Dibenz[a,i]pyrene 189559 10

Dibenzofuran 132649 10

Dichlobenil 1194656 10

Dichlone 117806 1

Dichlorobenzene 25321226 10

DICHLOROBENZIDENE 1

Dichlorobromomethane 75274 500

Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12) 75718 500

Dichloroisopropyl ether 108601 100

Dichlorophenylarsine 696286 1

Dichloropropane 26638197 100

Dichloropropane – Dichloropropene (mixture) 8003198 10

Dichloropropene 26952238 10

Dichlorvos 62737 10

Dichrotophos 141662 1

Dicofol 115322 10

Dieldrin 60571 1

Diepoxybutane 1464535 10

Diethanolamine 111422 10

Diethyl phthalate 84662 100

Diethyl sulfate 64675 10

Diethylamine 109897 10

Diethylarsine 692422 1

Diethyl-p-nitrophenyl phosphate 311455 10

Diethylstilbestrol 56531 1

Dihydrosafrole 94586 10

Diisopropylfluorophosphate 55914 10

Dimethoate 60515 10

dimethyl disulphide 624920 10

Dimethyl phthalate 131113 500

Dimethyl sulfate 77781 10

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Dimethylamine 124403 100 Dimethylaminoazobenzene 60117 10

Dimethylcarbamyl chloride 79447 1

Dimethylformamide 68122 10

Dimetilan 644644 1

Dinitrobenzene (mixed isomers) 25154545 10

Dinitrophenol 25550587 10

Dinitrotoluene (mixed isomers) 25321146 10

Dinocap 39300453 1

Di-n-octyl phthalate 117840 500

Dinoseb 88857 100

Dioxathion 78342 1

diphenyl ether 101848 10

DIPHENYLHYDRAZINE 1

Diphosphoramide, octamethyl- 152169 10

Dipropylamine 142847 500

Diquat 85007 100

Diquat 2764729 100

Disulfiram 97778 1

Disulfoton 298044 1

Diuron 330541 10

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid 27176870 100

Endosulfan 115297 1

ENDOSULFAN AND METABOLITES 1

Endosulfan sulfate 1031078 1

Endothall 145733 100

Endrin 72208 1

Endrin aldehyde 7421934 1

ENDRIN AND METABOLITES 1

Epichlorohydrin 106898 10

Epinephrine 51434 100

EPN 2104645 1

Ethanimidothioic acid, 2-(dimethylamino)-N- 30558431 1

hydroxy-2-oxo-, methyl ester

Ethanimidothioic acid, N-[[methylamino)carbonyl] 16752775 10

Ethanol, 2,2'-oxybis-, dicarbamate 5952261 1

Ethion 563122 10

Ethyl acetate 141786 500

Ethyl acrylate 140885 100

Ethyl cyanide 107120 10

Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate 759944 1

Ethyl ether 60297 10

Ethyl methacrylate 97632 100

Ethyl methanesulfonate 62500 1

Ethyl Ziram 14324551 1

Ethylbenzene 100414 100

Ethylene glycol 107211 500

Ethylene oxide 75218 10

Ethylene thiourea 96457 10

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Ethylenebisdithiocarbamic acid, salts & esters 111546 500

Ethylenediamine 107153 500

Ethylenediamine-tetraacetic acid (EDTA) 60004 500

Ethyleneimine 151564 1

Famphur 52857 100

Fensulfothion 115902 1

Fenthion 55389 1

Ferric ammonium citrate 1185575 100

Ferric ammonium oxalate 2944674 100

Ferric ammonium oxalate 55488874 100

Ferric chloride 7705080 100

Ferric fluoride 7783508 10

Ferric nitrate 10421484 100

Ferric sulfate 10028225 100

Ferrous ammonium sulfate 10045893 100

Ferrous chloride 7758943 10

Ferrous sulfate 7720787 100

Ferrous sulfate 7782630 100

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Fluchloralin 33245395 1

Fluoranthene 206440 10

Fluorene 86737 500

Fluorine 7782414 10

Fluoroacetamide 640197 10

Formaldehyde 50000 10

Formetanate hydrochloride 23422539 1

Formic acid 64186 500

Formparanate 17702577 1

Fumaric acid 110178 500

Furan 110009 10

Furan, tetrahydro- 109999 100

Furathiazole 531828 1

Furfural 98011 500

Glycidylaldehyde 765344 10

GLYCOL ETHERS 1

Guanidine, N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitroso- 70257 10

Guthion 86500 1

HALOETHERS 1

HALOMETHANES 1

Heptachlor 76448 1

HEPTACHLOR AND METABOLITES 1

Heptachlor epoxide 1024573 1

Hexachlorobenzene 118741 10

Hexachlorobutadiene 87683 1

hexachlorocyclohexane (all isomers) 608731 1

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77474 10

Hexachloroethane 67721 10

Hexachlorophene 70304 10

Hexachloropropene 1888717 100

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Hexaethyl tetraphosphate 757584 10

Hexamethylene-1,6-diisocyanate 822060 10

Hexamethylphosphoramide 680319 1

Hexane 110543 500

Hydrazine 302012 1

Hydrazine, 1,2-diethyl- 1615801 10

Hydrazine, 1,2-dimethyl- 540738 1

Hydrochloric acid 7647010 500

Hydrofluoric acid 7664393 10

Hydrogen cyanide 74908 10

Hydrogen sulfide 7783064 10

Hydroquinone 123319 10

Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene 193395 10

iso-Amyl acetate 123922 500

iso-Butyl acetate 110190 500

Isobutyl alcohol 78831 500

iso-Butylamine 78819 100

iso-Butyric acid 79312 500

Isodrin 465736 1

isonicotinic acid hydrazine 54853 10

Isophorone 78591 500

Isoprene 78795 10

Isopropanolamine dodecylbenzene sulfonate 42504461 100

Isopropylmethylpyrazolyl dimethylcarbamate 119380 1

Isosafrole 120581 10

kanechlor C 59299513 10

Kepone 143500 1

Ketene 463514 1

Lactonitrile 78977 10

Lasiocarpine 303344 10

Lead 7439921 10

Lead acetate 301042 10

Lead arsenate 10102484 1

Lead arsenate 7784409 1

Lead arsenate 7645252 1

Lead chloride 7758954 10

LEAD COMPOUNDS 1

Lead fluoborate 13814965 10

Lead fluoride 7783462 10

Lead iodide 10101630 10

Lead nitrate 10099748 10

Lead phosphate 7446277 10

Lead stearate 56189094 10

Lead stearate 1072351 10

Lead stearate 7428480 10

Lead stearate 52652592 10

Lead subacetate 1335326 10

Lead sulfate 7446142 10

Lead sulfate 15739807 10

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Lead sulfide 1314870 10 Lead thiocyanate 592870 10

Leptophos 21609905 1

Lindane 58899 1

Lithium and lithium salts 1

malachite green 569642 1

Malathion 121755 10

Maleic acid 110167 500

Maleic anhydride 108316 500

Maleic hydrazide 123331 500

Malononitrile 109773 100

MANGANESE COMPOUNDS 1

Manganese, bis(dimethylcarbamodithioato-S,S')- 15339363 1

m-Cresol 108394 10

m-Dinitrobenzene 99650 10

Melphalan 148823 1

Mercuric cyanide 592041 1

Mercuric nitrate 10045940 10

Mercuric sulfate 7783359 10

Mercuric thiocyanate 592858 10

Mercurous nitrate 10415755 10

Mercurous nitrate 7782867 10

Mercury 7439976 1

MERCURY COMPOUNDS 1

Mercury fulminate 628864 10

Mestranol 72333 10

Methacrylonitrile 126987 100

Methanol 67561 500

Methapyrilene 91805 500

Methiocarb 2032657 10

Methoxychlor 72435 1

Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) 78933 500

Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide 1338234 10

Methyl hydrazine 60344 10

Methyl iodide 74884 10

Methyl isobutyl ketone 108101 500

Methyl isocyanate 624839 10

Methyl mercaptan 74931 10

Methyl methacrylate 80626 100

Methyl parathion 298000 10

Methyl tert-butyl ether 1634044 100

Methylene bromide 74953 100

Methylene chloride 75092 100

Methylenebis(phenylisocyanate) 101688 500

Methylthiouracil 56042 10

Metolcarb 1129415 1

Mevinphos 7786347 10

Mexacarbate 315184 100

Mirex 2385855 1

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Mitomycin C 50077 10

m-Nitrophenol 554847 10

m-Nitrotoluene 99081 100

Monocrotaline 315220 10

Monocrotophos 6923224 1

Monoethylamine 75047 10

Monomethylamine 74895 10

mustard gas 505602 10

m-Xylene 108383 100

N-(2-hydroxyethyl)ethyleneimine 1072522 10

N,N-Diethylaniline 91667 100

N,N'-diethylthiourea 105555 10

N,N-Dimethylaniline 121697 10

Naled 300765 10

Naphthalene 91203 10

Naphthenic acid 1338245 10

n-Butyl alcohol 71363 500

n-Butyl phthalate 84742 10

neoabietic acid 471772 1

Nickel 7440020 10

Nickel ammonium sulfate 15699180 10

Nickel carbonyl 13463393 10

Nickel chloride 37211055 10

Nickel chloride 7718549 10

NICKEL COMPOUNDS 1

Nickel cyanide 557197 10

Nickel hydroxide 12054487 10

Nickel nitrate 14216752 10

Nickel sulfate 7786814 10

Nicotine and salts 54115 10

Nicotine sulfate 65305 10

Nifurthiazole 3570750 10

Niridazole 61574 10

Nithiazide 139946 10

Nitric acid 7697372 100

Nitric oxide 10102439 10

Nitrobenzene 98953 100

Nitrofen 1836755 10

Nitrogen dioxide 10102440 10

Nitrogen dioxide 10544726 10

nitrogen mustard 51752 10

Nitroglycerin 55630 10

Nitrophenol (mixed isomers) 25154556 10

NITROPHENOLS 1

NITROSAMINES 1

Nitrotoluene 1321126 100

N-methyl formamide 123397 10

N-Nitrosodiethanolamine 1116547 1

N-Nitrosodiethylamine 55185 1

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N-Nitrosodimethylamine 62759 10 N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine 924163 10

N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 621647 10

N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 86306 10

N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine 4549400 10

N-Nitrosomorpholine 59892 1

N-nitrosomorpholine 59892 10

N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea 759739 1

N-Nitroso-N-methylurea 684935 1

N-Nitroso-N-methylurethane 615532 1

N-Nitrosopiperidine 100754 10

N-Nitrosopyrrolidine 930552 1

N-nitrososarcosine 13256229 10

n-Propylamine 107108 500

O,O-Diethyl O-pyrazinyl phosphorothioate 297972 10

O,O-Diethyl S-methyl dithiophosphate 3288582 500

o-aminoazotoluene 97563 10

o-Anisidine 90040 10

o-anisidine hydrochloride 134292 10

o-Cresol 95487 10

Octachlorostyrene 29082744 10

o-Dichlorobenzene 95501 10

o-Dinitrobenzene 528290 10

o-Nitrotoluene 88722 100

o-phenylphenol 90437 10

Osmium tetroxide 20816120 100

o-Toluidine 95534 10

o-Toluidine hydrochloride 636215 10

Oxamyl 23135220 1

Oxydemetonmethyl 301122 10

o-Xylene 95476 100

Paraformaldehyde 30525894 100

Paraldehyde 123637 100

Paraquat 1910425 10

Parathion 56382 10

p-Chloroaniline 106478 100

p-Chloro-m-cresol 59507 500

p-chlorophenol 106489 10

p-cresidine 120718 10

p-Cresol 106445 10

p-Dinitrobenzene 100254 10

Pentachlorobenzene 608935 10

Pentachloroethane 76017 10

Pentachloronitrobenzene 82688 10

Pentachlorophenol 87865 10

Pentachlorophenol (and salts) 10

Perchloromethyl mercaptan 594423 10

Phenacetin 62442 10

Phenanthrene 85018 500

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phenazopyridine hydrochloride 136403 10

Phenesterin 3546109 10

Phenobarbitol 50066 10

Phenol 108952 100

Phenol, 2-(1-methylethoxy)-, methylcarbamate 114261 10

Phenol, 3-(1-methylethyl)-, methylcarbamate 64006 1

Phenylmercury acetate 62384 10

Phenylthiourea 103855 10

Phenytoin 57410 10

phenytoin sodium 630933 10

Phorate 298022 10

Phosazetim 4104147 1

Phosgene 75445 10

Phosmet 732116 10

Phosphamidon 13171216 1

Phosphine 7803512 10

Phosphoric acid 7664382 500

Phosphorous trichloride 7719122 100

Phosphorus 7723140 1

Phosphoryl chloride 10025873 100

PHTHALATE ESTERS 1

Phthalic anhydride 85449 500

Physostigmine 57476 1

Physostigmine, salicylate (1:1) 57647 1

Piperidine, 1,1'-(tetrathiodicarbonothioyl)-bis- 120547 1

piperonyl sulfoxide 120627 10

p-Nitroaniline 100016 500

p-Nitrophenol 100027 10

p-nitrosodiphenylamine 156105 10

p-Nitrotoluene 99990 100

Polybrominated biphenyls 1

Polychlorinated biphenyls 1336363 1

POLYCYCLIC ORGANIC MATTER 1

POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS 1

Potassium arsenate 7784410 1

Potassium arsenite 10124502 1

Potassium bichromate 7778509 10

Potassium chromate 7789006 10

Potassium cyanide 151508 10

Potassium dimethyldithiocarbamate 128030 1

Potassium hydroxide 1310583 100

Potassium N-hydroxymethyl-N-methyldithiocarbamate 51026289 1

Potassium N-methyldithiocarbamate 137417 1

Potassium permanganate 7722647 10

Potassium silver cyanide 506616 1

p-Phenylenediamine 106503 500

Promecarb 2631370 1

Propane sultone 1120714 10

Propargite 2312358 10

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Propargyl alcohol 107197 100 Propham 122429 1

Propionaldehyde 123386 100

Propionic acid 79094 500

Propionic anhydride 123626 500

Propylene oxide 75569 10 Propylthiouracil 51525 10

p-Toluidine 106490 10

p-Xylene 106423 10

Pyrene 129000 500

Pyrethrins 121299 1

Pyrethrins 121211 1

Pyrethrins 8003347 1

Pyridine 110861 100

Quinoline 91225 500

Quinone 106514 10

Reserpine 50555 500

Resorcinol 108463 500

Rotenone 83794 1

Saccharin and salts 81072 10

Safrole 94597 10

sec-Amyl acetate 626380 500

sec-Butyl acetate 105464 500

sec-Butylamine 513495 100

sec-Butylamine 13952846 100

Selenious acid 7783008 10

Selenious acid, dithallium(1+) salt 12039520 100

Selenium 7782492 10

SELENIUM COMPOUNDS 1

Selenium dioxide 7446084 10

Selenium sulfide 7488564 10

Selenium, tetrakis(dimethyldithiocarbamate) 144343 1

Selenourea 630104 100

Semicarbazide 57567 10

semicarbazide hydrochloride 563417 10

Silver 7440224 100

SILVER COMPOUNDS 1

Silver cyanide 506649 1

Silver nitrate 7761888 1

Silvex (2,4,5-TP) 93721 10

silvex, propylene glycol butyl ether ester 2317240 10

Sodium 7440235 10

Sodium arsenate 7631892 1

Sodium arsenite 7784465 1

Sodium azide (Na(N3)) 26628228 100

Sodium bichromate 10588019 10

Sodium bifluoride 1333831 10

Sodium bisulfite 7631905 500

Sodium chromate 7775113 10

Sodium cyanide (Na(CN)) 143339 10

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Sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate 128041 1

Sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate 25155300 100

Sodium fluoride 7681494 100

Sodium fluoroacetate 62748 10

sodium fluoroacetate 62748 1

Sodium hydrosulfide 16721805 500

Sodium hydroxide 1310732 100

Sodium hypochlorite 10022705 10

Sodium hypochlorite 7681529 10

Sodium methylate 124414 100

Sodium methyldithiocarbamate 137428 1

Sodium nitrite 7632000 10

Sodium phosphate, dibasic 10039324 500

Sodium phosphate, dibasic 10140655 500

Sodium phosphate, dibasic 7558794 500

Sodium phosphate, tribasic 10361894 500

Sodium phosphate, tribasic 7785844 500

Sodium phosphate, tribasic 7601549 500

Sodium phosphate, tribasic 7758294 500

Sodium phosphate, tribasic 10101890 500

Sodium phosphate, tribasic 10124568 500

Sodium selenite 7782823 10

Sodium selenite 10102188 10

sodium-o-phenylphenol 132274 10

Streptozotocin 18883664 1

Strontium chromate 7789062 10

Strychnine, and salts 57249 10

Strychnine, sulfate 60413 10

Styrene 100425 100

Styrene oxide 96093 10

Sulfallate 95067 1

Sulfallate 95067 10

Sulfur monochloride 12771083 100

Sulfur phosphide 1314803 10

Sulfuric acid 7664939 100

Sulfuric acid (fuming) 8014957 100

Terbufos 13071799 1

tert-Amyl acetate 625161 500

tert-Butyl acetate 540885 500

tert-Butylamine 75649 100

Tetrabutylthiuram disulfide 1634022 1

Tetrachloroethylene 127184 10

Tetrachloroguaiacol 2539175 10

Tetrachlorvinphos 961115 10

Tetraethyl lead 78002 10

Tetraethyl pyrophosphate 107493 10

Tetraethyldithiopyrophosphate 3689245 10

Tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-2H-1,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione 533744 1

Tetranitromethane 509148 10

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THALLIUM COMPOUNDS 1 Thallic oxide 1314325 10

Thallium 7440280 100

Thallium chloride TlCl 7791120 10

Thallium sulfate 10031591 10

Thallium(I) acetate 563688 10

Thallium(I) carbonate 6533739 10

Thallium(I) nitrate 10102451 10

Thallium(I) sulfate 7446186 10

Thioacetamide 62555 10

Thiodicarb 59669260 1

Thiofanox 39196184 10

Thiophanate-methyl 23564058 1

Thiosemicarbazide 79196 10

Thiourea 62566 10

Thiourea, (2-chlorophenyl)- 5344821 10

Thiourea, 1-naphthalenyl- 86884 10

Thiram 137268 10

Titanium chloride (TiCl4) (T-4)- 7550450 100

Titanium tetrachloride 7550450 100

Toluene 108883 100

Toluene diisocyanate (unspecified isomer) 26471625 10

Toluene-2,6-diisocyanate 91087 10

Toluenediamine 25376458 10

Toxaphene 8001352 1

Triallate 2303175 1

Triaryl phosphate esters 10

Tributyltin (and salts and esters) 1

Trichlorfon 52686 10

Trichloroethylene 79016 10

Trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11) 75694 500

Trichlorophenol 25167822 10

Triethanolamine dodecylbenzene sulfonate 27323417 100

Triethylamine 121448 500

Trimethylamine 75503 10

Trimethylphosphate 512561 1

Tris(2,3-dibromopropyl) phosphate 126727 10

Tris(dimethylcarbamodithioato-S,S')iron 14484641 1

Trypan blue 72571 10

Uracil mustard 66751 10

Uranyl acetate 541093 10

Uranyl nitrate 36478769 10

Uranyl nitrate 10102064 10

Urethane 51796 10

Vanadium pentoxide 1314621 100

Vanadyl sulfate 27774136 100

Vinyl acetate 108054 500

Vinyl bromide 593602 10

Vinyl chloride 75014 1

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Warfarin sodium 129066 10

Warfarin, & salts, conc.>0.3% 81812 10

Xylene (mixed isomers) 1330207 10

Xylenol 1300716 100

Zinc 7440666 100

Zinc (fume or dust) 7440666 100

Zinc acetate 557346 100

Zinc ammonium chloride 14639986 100

Zinc ammonium chloride 14639975 100

Zinc ammonium chloride 52628258 100

Zinc borate 1332076 100

Zinc bromide 7699458 100

Zinc carbonate 3486359 100

Zinc chloride 7646857 100

ZINC COMPOUNDS 1

Zinc cyanide 557211 10

Zinc fluoride 7783495 100

Zinc formate 557415 100

Zinc hydrosulfite 7779864 100

Zinc nitrate 7779886 100

Zinc phenolsulfonate 127822 500

Zinc phosphide 1314847 10

Zinc phosphide (conc. <= 10%) 1314847 10

Zinc silicofluoride 16871719 500

Zinc sulfate 7733020 100

Ziram 137304

Zirconium nitrate 13746899 500

Zirconium potassium fluoride 16923958 100

Zirconium sulfate 14644612 500

Zirconium tetrachloride 10026116 500

History: 2001 AACS.

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