06- 096 C.M.R. ch. 115 , 096-115 app B - Insignificant Activities

Insignificant Activities

A unit or activity may be considered insignificant, but may still be subject to applicable requirements.

A. Categorically Exempt

The following insignificant units and activities are exempt from being included on a Chapter 115 license application and Chapter 115 license:

1. Recreational fireplaces, including the use of barbecues, campfires and ceremonial fires.
2. Office activities.
3. Blue printing operations.
4. Paper trimmers/binders.
5. Personal care activities.
6. Flares used to indicate danger to the public.
7. Food preparation for human consumption including cafeterias, kitchen facilities and barbecues, located at a source for providing food service on the premises.
8. Materials and equipment used by, and activity related to operation of an infirmary, where the infirmary is not the source's business activity.
9. Comfort air conditioning or air cooling systems, not used to remove regulated pollutants from specific equipment (unless subject to Part 82).
10. Natural draft hoods, natural draft stacks, or natural draft ventilators for sanitary and storm drains.
11. Natural and forced air vents and stacks, for bathroom/toilet facilities.
12. Plant upkeep including routine housekeeping, preparation for and painting of structures or equipment, retarring roofs, applying insulation to buildings in accordance with applicable environmental and health and safety requirements and paving or stripping of parking lots.
13. Cleaning and sweeping of streets and paved surfaces.
14. Fugitives from application of sand in the winter months, where the sand is used for vehicle or pedestrian safety.
15. Repair and maintenance activities, not involving installation of an emissions unit and not increasing the potential to emit of regulated pollutants.
16. Routine repair of equipment using commercially available cleaners, lubricants, etc.
17. Lawn and landscaping activities.
18. Agricultural activities on a facility's property that are not subject to registration or new source review by the Department
19. Structural changes not having regulated pollutant emissions.
20. Portable drums and totes.
21. Internal combustion engines for propelling or powering a vehicle.
22. Vehicle exhaust from auto maintenance and repair shops. General vehicle maintenance including vehicle exhaust from repair facilities.
23. Mobile transport tanks on vehicles.
24. Fuel and exhaust emissions, from vehicles in parking lots.
25. Storage tanks, mixing, packaging, storage and handling activities, reservoirs and pumping and handling equipment of any size, limited to soaps, lubricants, hydraulic fluid, thermal oil, vegetable oil, grease, animal fat, aqueous salt solutions or other materials and processes, using appropriate lids and covers where there is no generation of objectionable odor or airborne particulate matter.
26. Pressurized storage of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, or inert gases.
27. Sodium hydroxide storage tanks.
28. Vents from continuous emissions monitors and other analyzers.
29. Vents from rooms, buildings and enclosures (including elevator vents), that contain permitted emissions units or activities from which local ventilation, controls and separated exhaust are provided.
30. Manual wall or roof vents and powered wall or roof vents, used for temperature control of a building or structure.
31. Material, gas and chemical storage area vents, where closed containers are present.
32. CO2 lasers, used only on metals and other materials, which do not emit HAPs in the process.
33. Acetylene, butane, and propane torches.
34. Manufacturing brazing, soldering and welding equipment and oxygen-hydrogen cutting torches, for use in cutting metal where in components of the metal do not generate significant HAPs or HAP precursors per Section C of Appendix B.
35. All manufacturing welding, including arc welding, where emissions of particulate matter are vented to a control device located and vented inside the building (not to include HAP or VOC emissions).
36. Metal finishing or cleaning using tumblers which do not emit VOCs or HAPs.
37. Metal casting molds and molten metal crucibles that do not contain potential VOCs or HAPs.
38. Metal or glass heat-treating, in absence of molten materials, VOCs, or HAPs.
39. Drop hammers or hydraulic presses for forging or metalworking.
40. Electrolytic deposition which do not produce HAPs.
41. Metal fume vapors from electrically heated foundry/forge operations wherein the components of the metal do not generate HAPs or HAP precursors. Electric arc furnaces are excluded from consideration for listing as insignificant.
42. Molten metal holding equipment and operations wherein the components of the metal do not generate HAPs or HAP precursors. Electric arc furnaces are excluded from consideration for listing as insignificant.
43. Mineral and metal working processes including squeezing processes (cold rolling, cold forging, extrusion, sizing, coining, peening, burnishing), blending processes, shearing processes (stamping, piercing, blanking), and drawing processes (bar and tube drawing, wire drawing, spinning).
44. Inspection equipment for metal products.
45. Die casting.
46. Machine tool coolant sumps, coolant recycling and processing tanks and equipment and water soluble machining coolant emissions from general machining operations which emit to the interior of the facility.
47. Conveying and storage of plastic pellets.
48. Plastic compression, injection, and transfer molding and extrusion, rotocasting, pultrusion, blowmolding, excluding acrylics, PVC, polystyrene and related copolymers and the use of plasticizer that emit no VOCs or HAPs. Only oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, air, or inert gas allowed as blowing agents.
49. Plastic pipe welding.
50. Wax melting and wax application equipment.
51. Ultraviolet curing processes that emit no VOCs or HAPs.
52. Hot melt adhesive application with no VOCs or HAPs in the adhesive formulation.
53. Laundering, dryers, extractors, tumblers for fabrics, using water solutions of bleach and/or detergents.
54. Portable steam cleaning units.
55. Steam sterilizers.
56. Sample gathering, preparation, management and sampling connections used exclusively to withdraw materials for laboratory analyses and testing.
57. Fire fighting and similar safety equipment used to train fire fighters excluding fire drill pits.
58. Carving, cutting, routing, turning, drilling, machining, sawing, surface grinding, sanding, planing, buffing, shot blasting, shot peening, sintering or polishing; Ceramics, glass, leather, metals, plastics, rubber, concrete, paper stock or wood, also including cotton roll grinding and groundwood pulping stone sharpening provided that:
a. Activity is performed indoors; and
b. No fugitive particulate emissions enter the environment.
59. Water blast cleaning and stripping operations that do not emit fugitive PM into the environment and do not create a nuisance.
60. Slaughterhouse equipment except rendering cookers.
61. Ozonation equipment.
62. Batch loading and unloading of solid phase catalysts.
63. Demineralization and oxygen scavenging (deaeration) of water.
64. Pulse capacitors.
65. Laser trimmers, using dust collection to prevent fugitive emissions that do not emit fugitive PM, VOCs or HAPs.
66. Plasma etcher and plasma spray unit, using dust collection to prevent fugitive emissions and using only oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, or inert gas that do not emit VOCs or HAPs.
67. Photographic process equipment by which an image is reproduced upon material sensitized to radiant energy, e.g., blueprint activity, photocopiers, mimeograph, telefax, photographic developing and microfiche.
68. Packaging equipment that does not use VOC or HAP containing adhesives.
69. Handling equipment and associated activities for glass and aluminum which is destined for recycling, not the re-fining process itself.
70. Hydraulic and hydrostatic testing equipment.
71. Batteries and battery charging.
72. Porcelain and vitreous enameling equipment.
73. Salt baths using nonvolatile salts and not used in operations which results in air emissions.
74. Shock chambers.
75. Wire strippers that do not emit PM, VOCs or HAPs.
76. Solar simulators.
77. Humidity and environmental chambers not using VOC or HAP gasses.
78. Steam vents and leaks.
79. Air compressors, pneumatically operated equipment, systems and hand tools and centrifuges used for compressing air and the related compressed air system.
80. Recovery boiler blow-down tank.
81. Demineralizer tanks.
82. Clean condensate tanks.
83. Alum tanks.
84. Broke beaters, repulpers, pulp and repulping tanks, stock chests and bulk pulp handling, process water and white water storage tanks not associated with requirements in 40 CFR Part 63.
85. Lime mud filtrate tanks, lime mud water, lime mud filter, lime grits washers, filters and handling.
86. Hydrogen peroxide tanks.
87. Smelt viewing ports.
88. Causticizers and white liquor clarifiers and storage tanks and associated pumping, piping, and handling.
89. Vacuum cleaning equipment and operations where the fugitive emissions are indoors.
90. Winders, slitters, calenders, supercalenders, and paper roll wrapping operations.
91. Debarking.
92. Wastewater treatment lagoon pond dredging, screw press vents and sludge dewatering and handling.
93. Polymer tanks and storage devices and associated pumping and handling equipment, used for solids dewatering and flocculation.
94. Oil filled circuit breakers, oil filled transformers and other equipment that is analogous to, but not considered to be, a tank.
95. Electric or steam-heated drying ovens and autoclaves that emit only water vapor.
96. Oven exhaust where the oven is used to dry water from parts.
97. Sewer manholes, junction boxes, sumps and lift stations associated with wastewater treatment systems not associated with requirements in 40 CFR Part 63.
98. Sanitary sewer and storm sewer manholes, vents and drains.
99. Water cooling towers processing exclusively noncontact cooling water to which a source does not add VOCs or HAPs in excess of the levels in Section C of Appendix B.
100. Emissions from water storage tanks in air emission control systems utilizing a wetting process.
101. Ventilating and exhaust systems for laboratory hoods used.
a. By colleges, primary, or secondary schools used only for academic purposes.
b. By hospitals and medical care facilities used for medical care purposes only.
c. By pulp and paper mills; including pulp testing labs, paper testing labs, analytical labs, water treatment labs, and coating labs.
102. Chemical, metallurgical, or physical analytical laboratory operations or equipment including fume hoods and vacuum pumps.
103. Emissions from laboratory electric hot air drying ovens for oriented strand board quality testing.
104. Kilns or ventilating hoods for art or ceramic curricula at colleges, primary or secondary schools.
105. Abandoned stack that has not been capped off.
106. Machining coolants used in super abrasive machining operations.
107. Chip/bark piles and log storage yards where natural drying of wood occurs.
108. Ash and lime storage piles.
109. Emissions from town permitted open burning of wood or grass.
110. Emissions from log hot ponds.
111. Oriented strand board storage and handling.
112. Conveying of wood chips.
113. Log sawing.
114. Temporary air emission related activities which are granted approval from the Department.
115. Maintenance brazing, soldering and welding equipment and oxygen-hydrogen cutting torches, for use in cutting metal where in components of the metal do not generate significant HAPs or HAP precursors in excess of the threshold in Appendix B Section C of this Chapter.
B. Units and Activities defined as Insignificant based on Size or Production Rate

The following units and activities are insignificant based on size or production and shall be listed on the Chapter 115 license application, but may not be included in the Chapter 115 license.

1. Processes, individual emission units, facilities or activities with the potential to emit less than each of the following thresholds:
a. one (1) ton per year of any single regulated criteria pollutant for any process;
b. four (4) tons per year total regulated criteria pollutants for any process;
c. one (1) ton per year total HAPS for any individual emission unit or activity; and
d. the applicable quantity of HAPS for any facility and emission unit as specified in Section C of this Appendix.
2. Fuel burning equipment, including sludge dryers but excluding incinerators and stationary internal combustion engines, with a maximum design heat input of less than 1.0 MMBtu/hr. Note: Units may still be subject to the requirements of Chapters 101 and 103.
3. Stationary Internal Combustion Engines with a maximum design heat input of less than 0.5 MMBtu/hr. Note: Units may still be subject to the requirements of Chapters 101 and 103.
4. Temporary fuel burning equipment less than 10.0 MMBtu/hr heat input installed for maintenance shut-downs, not to be used for primary steam, heating or electrical generation needs, firing fuel less than 0.05% sulfur, and if rented or leased less than 4 weeks per unit per calendar year. Note: Units may still be subject to the requirements of Chapters 101 and 103.
5. Operation, loading and unloading of storage tanks and storage vessels, with lids or other appropriate closure and less than two hundred sixty gallon capacity (35 cubic feet), heated only to the minimum extent to avoid solidification if necessary with a vp up to 550 mm Hg at 21ºC.
6. Operation, loading and unloading of storage tanks, not greater than one thousand one hundred gallon capacity with lids, vapor return, or other appropriate closure, maximum vp 550 mmHg at 21ºC and is not subject to Part 63 requirements.
7. Operation, loading and unloading of VOC storage tanks (including petroleum storage tanks), ten thousand gallons capacity or less, with lids, vapor return or other appropriate closure, vp not greater than 80 mm Hg at 21ºC and is not subject to Part 63 requirements.
8. Operation, loading and unloading storage of butane, propane, or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tanks having a capacity under forty thousand gallons.
9. Foundry sand molds, unheated and using binders with less than 0.25% free phenol by sand weight.
10. Parylene coaters using less than five hundred gallons of coating per year.
11. Coating, printing and silkscreening using less than 50 gallons per year (combined) of VOC or HAP containing coating.
12. Water cooling towers and ponds, not using chromium-based corrosion inhibitors, not used with barometric jets or condensers, not greater than ten thousand gpm, not in direct contact with gaseous or liquid process streams containing regulated air pollutants.
13. Batch solvent distillation, not greater than fifty-five gallons batch capacity.
14. Municipal and industrial water chlorination facilities of not greater than twenty million gallons per day capacity. The exemption does not apply to waste water treatment (see next item).
15. Municipal and industrial waste water chlorination facilities of not greater than one million gallons per day capacity.
16. Water and wastewater treatment units, provided the facility performs only the following function of disinfecting, softening, filtration, flocculation, stabilization, taste and odor control, clarification, carbonation, sedimentation, and neutralization.
17. Surface coating and painting processes which exclusively use non-refillable aerosol cans that emit less than 100 pounds of VOC per year.
18. Tanks, vessels, and pumping equipment, with lids or other appropriate closure for storage or dispensing of aqueous solutions of inorganic salts, bases and acids excluding:
a. 99% or greater H2SO4 or H3PO4
b. 70% or greater HNO3
c. 30% or greater HCl
d. More than one liquid phase where the top phase is more than one percent VOC
19. Equipment used exclusively to pump, load, unload or store high boiling point organic material, material with initial boiling point (IBP) not less than 150ºC or vp not more than 5 mm Hg at 21ºC with lids or other appropriate closure.
20. Smokehouses under twenty square feet.
21. Milling and grinding activities, using paste-form compounds with less than one percent VOCs.
22. Cleaning and stripping activities and equipment, using solutions having less than one percent VOCs and HAPs by weight. On metallic substrates, acid solutions are not considered for listing as insignificant.
23. Storage and handling of water based lubricants for metal working where the organic content of the lubricant is less than ten percent.
24. Nondestructive inspection fluids and powders where the VOC content is less than 3.5 lb/gal and fugitive dust equipment is used provided no more than 50 gallons per year are used.
25. Salt cake mix tanks with TRS emissions less than 0.75lbs./hr.
C. Insignificant HAP Thresholds

A unit under Chapter 115, Appendix B, Section A 34 and 99 and Chapter 115, Appendix B Section B(1)(d) would be considered insignificant under the following thresholds.

Legend: UR = Based on the unit risk value

DEF=1 = Used for carcinogens where no UR exists

Rfc = Based on reference concentration in IRIS

Unit
CAS # Chemical Name Basis Total (lb/yr)
1 79345 1,1,2,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE UR 60.00
2 79005 1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE UR 200.00
3 57147 1,1-DIMETHYL HYDRAZINE UR 1.60
4 120821 1,2,4-TRICHLOROBENZENE CS 2000.00
5 96128 1,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE UR 1.60
6 122667 1,2-DIPHENYLHYDRAZINE UR 18.00
7 106887 1,2-EPOXYBUTANE DEF=1 2000.00
8 75558 1,2-PROPYLENIMINE (2-METHYL AZIRIDINE) UR 0.60
9 189559 1,2:7,8-DIBENZOPYRENE GWP 2.00
10 106990 1,3-BUTADIENE UR 14.00
11 542756 1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE DEF=1 200.00
12 1120714 1,3-PROPANE SULTONE UR 6.00
13 106467 1,4-DICHLOROBENZENE(P) UR 600.00
14 123911 1,4-DIOXANE (1,4-DIETHYLENEOXIDE) UR 1200.00
15 540841 2,2,4 - TRIMETHYLPENTANE DEF=5 2000.00
16 1746016 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN UR 0.00
17 584849 2,4 - TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE ACUTE 200.00
18 88062 2,4,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL UR 1200.00
19 94757 2,4-D, SALTS, ESTERS(2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY ACETIC AC CS 2000.00
20 51285 2,4-DINITROPHENOL CS 2000.00
21 121142 2,4-DINITROTOLUENE UR 4.00
22 95807 2,4-TOLUENE DIAMINE UR 4.00
23 53963 2-ACETYLAMINOFLUORINE UR 1.00
24 532274 2-CHLOROACETOPHENONE RfC 1200.00
25 110805 2-ETHOXY ETHANOL CAP-RfC 2000.00
26 108864 2-METHOXY ETHANOL CAP-RfC 2000.00
27 79469 2-NITROPROPANE DEF=1 200.00
28 119904 3,3'-DIMETHOXYBENZIDINE UR 20.00
29 119937 3,3'-DIMETHYL BENZIDINE UR 1.60
30 91941 3,3-DICHLOROBENZIDENE UR 40.00
31 92933 4 - NITROBIPHENYL DEF=1 2000.00
32 100027 4 - NITROPHENOL DEF=5 2000.00
33 101144 4,4-METHYLENE BIS(2-CHLOROANILINE) UR 40.00
34 534521 4,6-DINITRO-O-CRESOL, AND SALTS ACUTE 200.00
35 57976 7,12-DIMETHYLBENZ(A)ANTHRACENE GWP 2.00
36 75070 ACETALDEHYDE UR 1800.00
37 75058 ACETONITRILE RfC 2000.00
38 98862 ACETOPHENONE CS 2000.00
39 107028 ACROLEIN RfC 80.00
40 79061 ACRYLAMIDE UR 4.00
41 79107 ACRYLIC ACID RfC 1200.00
42 107131 ACRYLONITRILE UR 60.00
43 107051 ALLYL CHLORIDE DEF=1 200.00
44 62533 ANILINE UR 200.00
45 88888810 ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS (EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICALLY LIST DEF=5 2000.00
46 7783702 ANTIMONY PENTAFLUORIDE ACUTE 200.00
47 28300745 ANTIMONY POTASSIUM TARTRATE CS 2000.00
48 1309644 ANTIMONY TRIOXIDE DEF=1 200.00
49 1345046 ANTIMONY TRISULFIDE CS 200.00
50 99999904 ARSENIC AND INORGANIC ARSENIC COMPOUNDS UR 0.92
51 7784421 ARSINE UR 1.00
52 1332214 ASBESTOS 0.00
53 56553 BENZ(A)ANTHRACENE GWP 2.00
54 225514 BENZ(C)ACRIDINE GWP 2.00
55 71432 BENZENE UR 400.00
56 92875 BENZIDINE UR 0.06
57 50328 BENZO(A)PYRENE UR 2.00
58 205992 BENZO(B)FLUORANTHENE GWP 2.00
59 98077 BENZOTRICHLORIDE UR 12.00
60 100447 BENZYL CHLORIDE ACUTE 200.00
61 7440417 BERYLLIUM COMPOUNDS (EXCEPT BERYLLIUM SALTS) UR 1.60
62 88888804 BERYLLIUM SALTS 0.00
63 92524 BIPHENYL CS 2000.00
64 117817 BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE (DEHP) UR 1000.00
65 542881 BIS(CHLOROMETHYL)ETHER UR 0.06
66 75252 BROMOFORM CAP-UR 2000.00
67 88888806 CADMIUM COMPOUNDS UR 2.00
68 156627 CALCIUM CYANAMIDE CS 2000.00
69 105602 CAPROLACTAM CS 2000.00
70 133062 CAPTAN CAP-UR 2000.00
71 63252 CARBARYL CS 2000.00
72 75150 CARBON DISULFIDE CS 2000.00
73 56235 CARBON TETRACHLORIDE UR 280.00
74 463581 CARBONYL SULFIDE DEF=5 2000.00
75 120809 CATECHOL DEF=5 2000.00
76 57749 CHLORDANE GWP 2.00
77 7782505 CHLORINE ACUTE 200.00
78 79118 CHLOROACETIC ACID ACUTE 200.00
79 108907 CHLOROBENZENE CS 2000.00
80 510156 CHLOROBENZILATE UR 80.00
81 67663 CHLOROFORM UR 172.00
82 107302 CHLOROMETHYL METHYL ETHER ACUTE 200.00
83 126998 CHLOROPRENE DEF=1 2000.00
84 218019 CHRYSENE GWP 2.00
85 7440484 COBALT AND COMPOUNDS (EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICALLY LI CS 200.00
86 10210681 COBALT CARBONYL ACUTE 200.00
87 99999908 COKE OVEN EMISSIONS UR 6.00
88 1319773 CRESOLS/CRESYLIC ACID (ISOMERS AND MIXTURE) DEF=1 200.00
89 98828 CUMENE CS 2000.00
90 88888812 CYANIDE COMPOUNDS (EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICALLY LISTE DEF=5 2000.00
91 72559 DDE (P,P'-DICHLORODIPHENYLDICHLOROETHYLENE) GWP 2.00
92 53703 DIBENZ(AH)ANTHRACENE GWP 2.00
93 132649 DIBENZOFURAN DEF=5 2000.00
94 84742 DIBUTYLPHTHALATE CS 2000.00
95 111444 DICHLOROETHYL ETHER (BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)ETHER) UR 12.00
96 62737 DICHLORVOS UR 40.00
97 11422 DIETHANOLAMINE DEF=5 2000.00
98 60117 DIMETHYL AMINOAZOBENZENE DEF=1 200.00
99 79447 DIMETHYL CARBAMOYL CHLORIDE CAP-UR 4.00
100 68122 DIMETHYL FORMAMIDE DEF=1 2000.00
101 131113 DIMETHYL PHTHALATE CS 2000.00
102 77781 DIMETHYL SULFATE ACUTE 200.00
103 106898 EPICHLOROHYDRIN RfC 2000.00
104 140885 ETHYL ACRYLATE UR 200.00
105 100414 ETHYL BENZENE CAP-RfC 2000.00
106 51796 ETHYL CARBAMATE (URETHANE) UR 160.00
107 75003 ETHYL CHLORIDE CAP-RfC 2000.00
108 106934 ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE (DIBROMOETHANE) UR 20.00
109 107062 ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE (1,2-DICHLOROETHANE) UR 152.00
110 107211 ETHYLENE GLYCOL CS 2000.00
111 111762 ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER CS 2000.00
112 151564 ETHYLENE IMINE (AZIRIDINE) UR 6.00
113 75218 ETHYLENE OXIDE ACUTE 20.00
114 96457 ETHYLENE THIOUREA UR 120.00
115 75343 ETHYLIDENE DICHLORIDE (1,1-DICHLOROETHANE) DEF=1 200.00
116 62207765 FLUOMINE ACUTE 200.00
117 50000 FORMALDEHYDE UR 1600.00
118 88888813 GLYCOL ETHERS (EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICALLY LISTED)* DEF=5 2000.00
119 76448 HEPTACHLOR UR 4.00
120 118741 HEXACHLOROBENZENE GWP 2.00
121 87683 HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE UR 180.00
122 77474 HEXACHLOROCYCLOPENTADIENE ACUTE 200.00
123 67721 HEXACHLOROETHANE UR 1000.00
124 822060 HEXAMETHYLENE,-1, 6 -DIISOCYANATE RfC 40.00
125 110543 HEXANE CAP-RfC 2000.00
126 88888805 HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS UR 0.36
127 302012 HYDRAZINE UR 0.80
128 7647010 HYDROCHLORIC ACID CAP-RfC 2000.00
129 7664393 HYDROGEN FLUORIDE ACUTE 200.00
130 123319 HYDROQUINONE DEF=1 2000.00
131 193395 INDENO(1,2,3-CD)PYRENE GWP 2.00
132 78591 ISOPHORONE CAP-UR 2000.00
133 88888808 LEAD AND COMPOUNDS (EXCEPT FOR THOSE SPECIFICALLY GWP 20.00
134 58899 LINDANE (HEXACHLORCYCLOHEXANE, GAMMA) GWP 2.00
135 108316 MALEIC ANHYDRIDE CS 2000.00
136 7439965 MANGANESE AND COMPOUNDS RfC 1600.00
137 748794 MERCURIC CHLORIDE GWP 20.00
138 10045940 MERCURIC NITRATE GWP 20.00
139 88888814 MERCURY COMPOUNDS (EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICALLY LISTE GWP 20.00
140 67561 METHANOL CS 2000.00
141 72435 METHOXYCHLOR CS 2000.00
142 74839 METHYL BROMIDE (BROMOMETHANE) RfC 2000.00
143 74873 METHYL CHLORIDE (CHLOROMETHANE) CAP-UR 2000.00
144 71556 METHYL CHLOROFORM (1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE) CS 2000.00
145 78933 METHYL ETHYL KETONE (2-BUTANONE) CAP-RfC 2000.00
146 60344 METHYL HYDRAZINE UR 12.00
147 74884 METHYL IODIDE (IODOMETHANE) DEF=1 200.00
148 108101 METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE CS 2000.00
149 624839 METHYL ISOCYANATE ACUTE 200.00
150 80626 METHYL METHACRYLATE CS 2000.00
151 1634044 METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER CAP-RfC 2000.00
152 12108133 METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENYL MANGANESE ACUTE 200.00
153 75092 METHYLENE CHLORIDE (DICHLOROMETHANE) CAP-UR 2000.00
154 101688 METHYLENE DIPHENYL DIISOCYANATE CS 200.00
155 88888809 MINERAL FIBER COMPOUNDS 0.00
156 121697 N,N-DIMETHYLANILINE CS 2000.00
157 684935 N-NITROSO-N-METHYLUREA UR 0.04
158 62759 N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE UR 0.20
159 91203 NAPHTHALENE CS 2000.00
160 13463393 NICKEL CARBONYL ACUTE 20.00
161 88888807 NICKEL COMPOUNDS (EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICALLY LISTED DEF=1 2000.00
162 12035722 NICKEL REFINERY DUST UR 16.00
163 88888817 NICKEL SUBSULFIDE UR 8.00
164 98953 NITROBENZENE CS 2000.00
165 56382 PARATHION ACUTE 200.00
166 82688 PENTACHLORONITROBENZENE (QUINTOBENZENE) UR 60.00
167 87865 PENTACHLOROPHENOL UR 140.00
168 108952 PHENOL CS 200.00
169 62384 PHENYL MERCURIC ACETATE GWP 20.00
170 75445 PHOSGENE ACUTE 200.00
171 7803512 PHOSPHINE DEF=5 2000.00
172 7723140 PHOSPHOROUS ACUTE 200.00
173 85449 PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE DEF=5 2000.00
174 1336363 POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (AROCLORS) UR 1.80
175 88888815 POLYCYCLIC ORGANIC MATTER (POM) GWP 2.00
176 151508 POTASSIUM CYANIDE ACUTE 200.00
177 123386 PROPIONALDEHYDE DEF=5 2000.00
178 78875 PROPYLENE DICHLORIDE (1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE) UR 200.00
179 75569 PROPYLENE OXIDE UR 1000.00
180 91225 QUINOLINE UR 1.20
181 106514 QUINONE DEF=5 2000.00
182 99999918 RADIONUCLIDES (INCLUDING RADON) 0.00
183 7782492 SELENIUM AND COMPOUNDS (EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICALLY CS 200.00
184 7488564 SELENIUM SULFIDE (MONO AND DI) CS 20.00
185 143339 SODIUM CYANIDE ACUTE 200.00
186 100425 STYRENE DEF=1 200.00
187 127184 TETRACHLOROETHYLENE (PERCHLOROETHYLENE) CAP-UR 40.00
188 78002 TETRAETHYL LEAD GWP 200.00
189 75741 TETRAMETHYL LEAD GWP 200.00
190 7550450 TITANIUM TETRACHLORIDE ACUTE 200.00
191 108883 TOLUENE CAP-RfC 2000.00
192 8001352 TOXAPHENE (CHLORINATED CAMPHENE) GWP 2.00
193 79016 TRICHLOROETHYLENE CAP-UR 800.00
194 121448 TRIETHYLAMINE CAP-RfC 2000.00
195 1582098 TRIFLURALIN UR 1800.00
196 88888816 TRIVALENT CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS DEF=5 8.00
197 108054 VINYL ACETATE DEF=1 2000.00
198 593602 VINYL BROMIDE (BROMOETHENE) UR 120.00
199 75014 VINYL CHLORIDE UR 40.00
200 75354 VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE (1,1-DICHLOROETHYLENE) UR 80.00
201 1330207 XYLENES (ISOMERS AND MIXTURE) CS 2000.00
202 57578 BETA-PROPIOLACTONE ACUTE 200.00
203 108394 M-CRESOL DEF=1 200.00
204 108383 M-XYLENES CS 2000.00
205 95487 O-CRESOL DEF=1 200.00
206 95534 O-TOLUIDINE DEF=1 800.00
207 95476 O-XYLENES CS 2000.00
208 106445 P-CRESOL DEF=1 200.00
209 106503 P-PHENYLENEDIAMINE CS 2000.00
210 106423 P-XYLENES CS 2000.00
211 101779 4,4'-METHYLENEDIANILINE DEF=1 2000.00
212 92671 4-AMINOBIPHENYL DEF=1 2000.00
213 96093 STYRENE OXIDE DEF=1 2000.00
214 64675 DIETHYL SULFATE DEF=1 2000.00
215 59892 N-NITROSOMORPHOLINE DEF=1 2000.00
216 680319 HEXAMETHYLPHOSPHORAMIDE RfC 20.00
217 60355 ACETAMIDE DEF=1 2000.00
218 90040 O-ANISIDINE DEF=1 2000.00
219 334883 DIAZOMETHANE DEF=1 2000.00
220 95954 2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOL DEF=1 2000.00
221 133904 CHLORAMBEN DEF=1 2000.00
222 10025737 CHROMIC CHLORIDE ACUTE 200.00
223 7783075 HYDROGEN SELENIDE ACUTE 200.00
224 13410010 SODIUM SELENATE ACUTE 200.00
225 10102188 SODIUM SELENITE ACUTE 200.00
226 1306190 CADMIUM OXIDE UR 20.00
227 114261 PROPOXUR (BAYGONE) DEF=1 200.00

Notes

06- 096 C.M.R. ch. 115 , 096-115 app B

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