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)  
information:  
(i) Identification of all polluting materials typically on-site  
A
polluting material inventory, including all of the following  
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  
including signage, gates, fences, and barriers.  
physical  
security,  
(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  
1,1,1-Trichloroethane  
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane  
1,1,2-Trichloroethane  
1,1-Dichloroethane  
1,1-Dichloroethylene  
1,1-Dichloropropane  
1,2-Dimethylhydrazine  
630206  
71556  
79345  
79005  
75343  
75354  
78999  
540738  
10  
100  
10  
10  
100  
10  
100  
1
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1,1-Dimethylhydrazine  
1,2,3,4-tetrachlorobenzene  
1,2,3,5-tetrachlorobenzene  
1,2,3-trichlorobenzene  
1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene  
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene  
1,2:3,4-diepoxybutane  
1,2-Butylene oxide  
1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane  
1,2-Dibromoethane  
1,2-Dichloroethane  
1,2-Dichloroethylene  
1,2-Dichloropropane  
1,2-Diphenylhydrazine  
1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene  
1,3-Butadiene  
1,3-Dichlorobenzene  
1,3-Dichloropropane  
1,3-Dichloropropylene  
1,3-Pentadiene  
1,4-Dichloro-2-butene  
1,4-Dichlorobenzene  
1,4-Dioxane  
1,4-Naphthoquinone  
1,5-naphthalenediamine  
1-Acetyl-2-thiourea  
1-amino-2-methylanthraquinone  
1-chloropropene  
1H-Azepine-1 carbothioic acid, hexahydro-S-ethyl ester  
2,2,4-Trimethylpentane  
2,2-Dichloropropionic acid  
2,2-Dimethyl-1,3-benzodioxol-4-ol methylcarbamate  
2,3,4,5-tetrachlorophenol  
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol  
2,3,4-Trichlorophenol  
57147  
634662  
634902  
87616  
10  
10  
10  
10  
500  
10  
10  
10  
1
95943  
120821  
298180  
106887  
96128  
106934  
107062  
156605  
78875  
1
10  
100  
100  
10  
10  
10  
10  
500  
10  
10  
1
10  
10  
500  
10  
100  
10  
10  
1
100  
500  
1
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
1
122667  
99354  
106990  
541731  
142289  
542756  
504609  
764410  
106467  
123911  
130154  
2243621  
591082  
82280  
590-21-6  
2212671  
540841  
75990  
22781233  
4901513  
58902  
15950660  
935955  
933788  
933755  
1746016  
2,3,5,6-tetrachlorophenol  
2,3,5-Trichlorophenol  
2,3,6-Trichlorophenol  
2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD)  
2,3-Dichloropropene  
2,4,5-T acid  
78886  
93765  
10  
100  
500  
500  
500  
500  
500  
100  
100  
100  
2,4,5-T amines  
2,4,5-T amines  
2,4,5-T amines  
2,4,5-T amines  
2,4,5-T amines  
2,4,5-T esters  
2,4,5-T esters  
2,4,5-T esters  
1319728  
6369966  
2008460  
6369977  
3813147  
25168154  
61792072  
2545597  
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2,4,5-T esters  
2,4,5-T esters  
2,4,5-T salts  
2,4,5-TP esters  
2,4,5-Trichlorophenol  
2,4,5-trichlorotoluene  
2,4,5-trimethylaniline  
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol  
2,4-D chlorocrotyl ester  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D Esters  
93798  
1928478  
13560991  
32534955  
95954  
6639301  
137177  
88062  
2971382  
1320189  
94791  
53467111  
1928387  
1928616  
2971382  
1929733  
94111  
100  
100  
100  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
1
10  
10  
10  
10  
100  
500  
10  
10  
100  
10  
10  
500  
10  
10  
10  
1
25168267  
94804  
94757  
39156417  
95807  
2,4-D Esters  
2,4-D, salts and esters  
2,4-diaminoanisole sulfate  
2,4-Diaminotoluene  
2,4-Dichlorophenol  
2,4-Dimethylphenol  
2,4-Dinitrophenol  
2,4-Dinitrotoluene  
2,4-Dithiobiuret  
2,5-Dinitrophenol  
2,6-Dichlorophenol  
2,6-Dinitrophenol  
2,6-Dinitrotoluene  
2-Acetylaminofluorene  
2-aminoanthraquinone  
2-Butenal  
120832  
105679  
51285  
121142  
541537  
329715  
87650  
573568  
606202  
53963  
117793  
4170303  
123739  
532274  
110758  
91587  
2-Butenal, (e)-  
2-Chloroacetophenone  
2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether  
2-Chloronaphthalene  
2-Chlorophenol  
2-Cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitrophenol  
2-Ethoxyethanol  
2-methyl-1-nitroanthraquinone  
2-Methyllactonitrile  
2-Methylpyridine  
2-Nitrophenol  
95578  
131895  
110805  
129157  
75865  
109068  
88755  
79469  
6959484  
91941  
119904  
2-Nitropropane  
3-(chloromethyl)pyridine hydrochloride  
3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine  
3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine  
10  
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3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine  
3,4,5-Trichlorophenol  
3,4-Dinitrotoluene  
119937  
609198  
610399  
1918009  
132321  
57360175  
542767  
55406536  
56495  
10  
10  
10  
100  
10  
10  
100  
1
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
1
3,6-Dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic acid  
3-amino-9-ethylcarbazole  
3-amino-9-ethylcarbazole hydrochloride  
3-Chloropropionitrile  
3-Iodo-2-propynyl butylcarbamate  
3-Methylcholanthrene  
4,4'-diaminodiphenyl ether  
4,4'-Methylenebis(2-chloroaniline)  
4,4'-methylenebis(2-methylaniline)  
4,4'-methylenebis(N,N-dimethyl)benzenamine  
4,4'-Methylenedianiline  
4,4'-thiodianiline  
101804  
101144  
838880  
101611  
101779  
139651  
534521  
92671  
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol and salts  
4-Aminobiphenyl  
4-Aminopyridine  
504245  
101553  
5131602  
95830  
3165933  
7005723  
92933  
100  
10  
10  
10  
10  
4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether  
4-chloro-m-phenylenediamine  
4-chloro-o-phenylenediamine  
4-Chloro-o-toluidine, hydrochloride  
4-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether  
4-Nitrobiphenyl  
500  
10  
5-(Aminomethyl)-3-isoxazolol  
5-chloro-o-toluidine  
2763964  
95794  
100  
10  
5-nitroacenaphthene  
5-nitro-o-anisidine  
602879  
99592  
10  
1
5-Nitro-o-toluidine  
99558  
10  
7,12-Dimethylbenz[a]anthracene  
abietic acid  
Acenaphthene  
57976  
514103  
83329  
1
10  
10  
Acenaphthylene  
Acetaldehyde  
Acetaldehyde, trichloro-  
Acetamide  
208968  
75070  
75876  
500  
100  
500  
10  
60355  
Acetic acid  
Acetic anhydride  
Acetone  
Acetonitrile  
64197  
108247  
67641  
75058  
500  
500  
500  
500  
500  
Acetophenone  
98862  
Acetyl bromide  
Acetyl chloride  
Acrolein  
506967  
75365  
107028  
79061  
79107  
107131  
50760  
500  
500  
1
500  
500  
10  
Acrylamide  
Acrylic acid  
Acrylonitrile  
actinomycin D  
10  
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Adipic acid  
Aflatoxins  
Aldicarb  
124049  
1402682  
116063  
500  
1
1
Aldicarb sulfone  
Aldrin  
1646884  
309002  
1
1
Allyl alcohol  
107186  
10  
Allyl chloride  
alpha Endosulfan  
alpha-BHC  
107051  
959988  
319846  
100  
1
10  
alpha-Hexachlorocyclohexane  
alpha-Naphthylamine  
Aluminum phosphide  
Aluminum sulfate  
Aminoazobenzene  
Amitrole  
319846  
134327  
20859738  
10043013  
60093  
10  
10  
10  
500  
10  
61825  
10  
Ammonia  
7664417  
631618  
10  
Ammonium acetate  
Ammonium benzoate  
Ammonium bicarbonate  
Ammonium bichromate  
Ammonium bifluoride  
Ammonium bisulfite  
Ammonium carbamate  
Ammonium carbonate  
Ammonium chloride  
Ammonium chromate  
Ammonium citrate, dibasic  
Ammonium fluoborate  
Ammonium fluoride  
Ammonium hydroxide  
Ammonium oxalate  
Ammonium oxalate  
Ammonium oxalate  
Ammonium picrate  
Ammonium silicofluoride  
Ammonium sulfamate  
Ammonium sulfide  
Ammonium sulfite  
Ammonium tartrate  
Ammonium tartrate  
Ammonium thiocyanate  
Ammonium vanadate  
Amyl acetate  
500  
500  
500  
10  
1863634  
1066337  
7789095  
1341497  
10192300  
1111780  
506876  
12125029  
7788989  
3012655  
13826830  
12125018  
1336216  
14258492  
5972736  
6009707  
131748  
16919190  
7773060  
12135761  
10196040  
3164292  
14307438  
1762954  
7803556  
628637  
10  
500  
500  
500  
500  
10  
500  
500  
10  
100  
500  
500  
500  
10  
100  
500  
10  
500  
500  
500  
500  
100  
500  
1
Anilazine  
101053  
Aniline  
aniline hydrochloride  
Anthracene  
Antimony  
ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS  
62533  
142041  
120127  
7440360  
500  
10  
500  
500  
1
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Antimony pentachloride  
Antimony potassium tartrate  
Antimony tribromide  
Antimony trichloride  
Antimony trifluoride  
Antimony trioxide  
antimycin A  
7647189  
28300745  
7789619  
10025919  
7783564  
1309644  
1397940  
140578  
100  
10  
100  
100  
100  
100  
1
Aramite  
1
Aroclor 1016  
Aroclor 1221  
Aroclor 1232  
Aroclor 1242  
Aroclor 1248  
Aroclor 1254  
Aroclor 1260  
Arsenic  
12674112  
11104282  
11141165  
53469219  
12672296  
11097691  
11096825  
7440382  
1327522  
7778394  
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Arsenic acid  
Arsenic acid  
1
1
ARSENIC COMPOUNDS  
Arsenic disulfide  
Arsenic pentoxide  
Arsenic trioxide  
Arsenic trisulfide  
Arsenous trichloride  
Asbestos (friable)  
Auramine  
Azaserine  
azinphos-ethyl  
Aziridine, 2-methyl  
Azobenzene  
Barban  
Barban  
Barium cyanide  
Bendiocarb  
Bendiocarb phenol  
Benezeneamine, 2,6-dinitro-N,N-dipropyl-4-  
Benomyl  
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10  
1
1
1
1
1
10  
10  
10  
1
10  
1
10  
10  
10  
500  
500  
10  
10  
1303328  
1303282  
1327533  
1303339  
7784341  
1332214  
492808  
115026  
2642719  
75558  
103333  
101279  
101279  
542621  
22781233  
22961826  
1582098  
17804352  
17804352  
56553  
Benomyl  
Benz[a]anthracene  
Benz[c]acridine  
Benzal chloride  
Benzamide, 3,5-dichloro-N-(1,1-dimethyl-2-propynyl  
Benzene  
225514  
98873  
23950585  
71432  
Benzene, 2,4-diisocyanato-1-methyl-  
584849  
Benzeneacetic acid, 4-chloro-.alpha.-(4-  
chlorophenyl)-.alpha.- hydroxy-, ethyl ester  
Benzeneethanamine, alpha,alpha-dimethyl-  
Benzenemethanol, 4-chloro-.alpha.-4-  
chlorophenyl)-.alpha.- (trichloromethyl)-  
510156  
10  
122098  
115322  
500  
10  
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Benzenesulfonyl chloride  
Benzenethiol  
Benzidine  
98099  
108985  
92875  
10  
10  
1
Benzidine (and salts)  
Benzo(k)fluoranthene  
Benzo[a]pyrene  
1
500  
1
207089  
50328  
Benzo[b]fluoranthene  
Benzo[ghi]perylene  
Benzoic acid  
Benzoic trichloride  
Benzonitrile  
Benzoyl chloride  
Benzyl chloride  
Beryllium  
Beryllium chloride  
BERYLLIUM COMPOUNDS  
Beryllium fluoride  
Beryllium nitrate  
Beryllium nitrate  
beta Endosulfan  
beta-BHC  
beta-Naphthylamine  
beta-Propiolactone  
Biphenyl  
Bis(2-chloro-1-methylethyl)ether  
Bis(2-chloroethoxy) methane  
Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether  
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate  
Bis(chloromethyl) ether  
Bis(dimethylthiocarbamoyl) sulfide  
Bromoacetone  
205992  
191242  
65850  
98077  
100470  
98884  
100447  
7440417  
7787475  
1
500  
500  
10  
500  
100  
10  
10  
1
1
1
1
1
7787497  
7787555  
13597994  
33213659  
319857  
91598  
1
1
10  
10  
10  
100  
100  
10  
10  
10  
1
100  
10  
100  
1
10  
500  
10  
100  
1
10  
1
500  
1
57578  
92524  
108601  
111911  
111444  
117817  
542881  
97745  
598312  
75252  
74839  
1689845  
357573  
123864  
85687  
109739  
2008415  
3817116  
1114712  
107926  
75605  
Bromoform  
Bromomethane  
Bromoxynil  
Brucine  
Butyl acetate  
Butyl benzyl phthalate  
Butylamine  
Butylate  
butylbutanol nitrosamine  
Butylethylcarbamothioic acid S-propyl ester  
Butyric acid  
Cacodylic acid  
Cadmium  
7440439  
543908  
7789426  
10108642  
10  
10  
10  
10  
1
Cadmium acetate  
Cadmium bromide  
Cadmium chloride  
CADMIUM COMPOUNDS  
Calcium arsenate  
7778441  
1
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Calcium arsenite  
Calcium carbide  
Calcium chromate  
Calcium cyanamide  
52740166  
75207  
13765190  
1
10  
10  
100  
10  
100  
10  
500  
1
156627  
592018  
Calcium cyanide  
Calcium dodecylbenzenesulfonate  
Calcium hypochlorite  
Caprolactam  
Captafol  
Captan  
Carbamic acid, methyl-, O-(((2,4-  
dimethyl-1,3-dithiolan-2-  
Carbamodithioic acid, dibutyl-, sodium salt  
Carbamodithioic acid, diethyl-, sodium salt  
Carbamothioic acid, bis(1-methylethyl)-  
S-(2,3-dichloro-2- propenyl)ester  
Carbamothioic acid, dipropyl-, S-(phenylmethyl) ester  
Carbamothioic acid, dipropyl-, S-propyl ester  
Carbaryl  
26264062  
7778543  
105602  
2425061  
133062  
10  
1
26419738  
136301  
148185  
2303164  
1
1
10  
52888809  
1929777  
63252  
1
1
10  
Carbendazim  
Carbofuran  
Carbofuran phenol  
Carbon disulfide  
Carbon oxide sulfide (COS)  
Carbon tetrachloride  
Carbonic difluoride  
Carbonochloridic acid, methylester  
Carbonyl sulfide  
Carbophenothion  
10605217  
1563662  
1563388  
75150  
1
10  
1
10  
10  
10  
100  
100  
10  
1
463581  
56235  
353504  
79221  
463581  
786196  
55285148  
120809  
133904  
305033  
Carbosulfan  
Catechol  
Chloramben  
Chlorambucil  
1
10  
10  
10  
1
Chloramines  
Chlordane  
57749  
1
Chlorfenvinphos  
470906  
10  
1
1
CHLORINATED BENZENES  
Chlorinated dibenzofurans  
Chlorinated dioxins  
1
CHLORINATED ETHANES  
CHLORINATED NAPTHALENE  
CHLORINATED PHENOLS  
Chlorine  
Chlorine (elemental and hypochlorite salts)  
Chlornaphazine  
Chloroacetaldehyde  
Chloroacetic acid  
CHLOROALKYL ETHERS  
Chlorobenzene  
1
1
1
10  
10  
10  
100  
10  
1
7782505  
494031  
107200  
79118  
108907  
10  
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Chlorodibromomethane  
Chloroethane  
Chloroform  
Chloromethane  
Chloromethyl methyl ether  
Chloroprene  
Chlorosulfonic acid  
Chlorpyrifos  
Chromic acetate  
Chromic acid  
Chromic acid  
Chromic sulfate  
Chromium  
CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS  
Chromous chloride  
Chrysene  
124481  
75003  
67663  
74873  
107302  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
100  
1
100  
10  
10  
100  
500  
1
100  
10  
10  
1
100  
100  
100  
1
126998  
7790945  
2921882  
1066304  
7738945  
11115745  
10101538  
7440473  
10049055  
218019  
1420048  
Clonitralid  
COBALT COMPOUNDS  
Cobaltous bromide  
Cobaltous formate  
Cobaltous sulfamate  
COKE OVEN EMISSIONS  
Copper  
COPPER COMPOUNDS  
Copper cyanide  
Copper, bis(dimethylcarbamodithioato-S,S')-  
Coumaphos  
Creosote  
Cresol (mixed isomers)  
Crotoxyphos  
Cumene  
Cumene hydroperoxide  
Cupferron  
Cupric acetate  
Cupric acetoarsenite (Paris green)  
Cupric chloride  
Cupric nitrate  
Cupric oxalate  
Cupric sulfate  
Cupric sulfate, ammoniated  
Cupric tartrate  
CYANIDE COMPOUNDS  
Cyanides (soluble salts and complexes)  
Cyanogen  
Cyanogen bromide  
Cyanogen chloride  
Cycasin  
7789437  
544183  
14017415  
7440508  
500  
1
10  
1
10  
1
544923  
137291  
56724  
8001589  
1319773  
7700176  
98828  
80159  
135206  
142712  
12002038  
7447394  
3251238  
5893663  
7758987  
10380297  
815827  
10  
10  
500  
10  
10  
10  
1
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
10  
1
10  
10  
100  
10  
10  
1
57125  
460195  
506683  
506774  
14901087  
1134232  
110827  
Cycloate  
Cyclohexane  
100  
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Cyclohexanone  
Cycloheximide  
108941  
66819  
500  
1
Cyclophosphamide  
Daunomycin  
DDD  
50180  
20830813  
72548  
10  
10  
1
DDE  
DDE  
3547044  
72559  
500  
1
DDT  
50293  
1
DDT (p'p', o'p' and technical salts)  
DDT AND METABOLITES  
dehydroabietic acid  
delta-BHC  
1
1
10  
1
1740198  
319868  
8065483  
496720  
823405  
333415  
334883  
53703  
189559  
132649  
1194656  
117806  
25321226  
Demeton  
1
Diaminotoluene  
Diaminotoluene  
Diazinon  
10  
10  
1
10  
1
Diazomethane  
Dibenz[a,h]anthracene  
Dibenz[a,i]pyrene  
Dibenzofuran  
Dichlobenil  
Dichlone  
Dichlorobenzene  
DICHLOROBENZIDENE  
Dichlorobromomethane  
Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12)  
Dichloroisopropyl ether  
Dichlorophenylarsine  
Dichloropropane  
Dichloropropane Dichloropropene (mixture)  
Dichloropropene  
Dichlorvos  
10  
10  
10  
1
10  
1
500  
500  
100  
1
100  
10  
10  
10  
1
75274  
75718  
108601  
696286  
26638197  
8003198  
26952238  
62737  
Dichrotophos  
Dicofol  
Dieldrin  
141662  
115322  
60571  
10  
1
Diepoxybutane  
1464535  
111422  
84662  
10  
10  
100  
10  
10  
1
Diethanolamine  
Diethyl phthalate  
Diethyl sulfate  
Diethylamine  
Diethylarsine  
Diethyl-p-nitrophenyl phosphate  
Diethylstilbestrol  
Dihydrosafrole  
Diisopropylfluorophosphate  
Dimethoate  
64675  
109897  
692422  
311455  
56531  
94586  
55914  
10  
1
10  
10  
10  
10  
500  
10  
60515  
dimethyl disulphide  
Dimethyl phthalate  
Dimethyl sulfate  
624920  
131113  
77781  
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Dimethylamine  
124403  
60117  
79447  
100  
10  
1
10  
1
10  
10  
10  
1
500  
100  
1
Dimethylaminoazobenzene  
Dimethylcarbamyl chloride  
Dimethylformamide  
Dimetilan  
Dinitrobenzene (mixed isomers)  
Dinitrophenol  
Dinitrotoluene (mixed isomers)  
Dinocap  
Di-n-octyl phthalate  
Dinoseb  
68122  
644644  
25154545  
25550587  
25321146  
39300453  
117840  
88857  
Dioxathion  
78342  
diphenyl ether  
101848  
10  
1
DIPHENYLHYDRAZINE  
Diphosphoramide, octamethyl-  
Dipropylamine  
Diquat  
Diquat  
152169  
142847  
85007  
10  
500  
100  
100  
1
2764729  
Disulfiram  
97778  
Disulfoton  
Diuron  
Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid  
Endosulfan  
298044  
330541  
27176870  
115297  
1
10  
100  
1
ENDOSULFAN AND METABOLITES  
Endosulfan sulfate  
Endothall  
1
1
100  
1
1031078  
145733  
72208  
Endrin  
Endrin aldehyde  
7421934  
1
ENDRIN AND METABOLITES  
Epichlorohydrin  
Epinephrine  
1
106898  
51434  
2104645  
30558431  
10  
100  
1
EPN  
Ethanimidothioic acid, 2-(dimethylamino)-N-  
hydroxy-2-oxo-, methyl ester  
Ethanimidothioic acid, N-[[methylamino)carbonyl]  
Ethanol, 2,2'-oxybis-, dicarbamate  
Ethion  
Ethyl acetate  
Ethyl acrylate  
Ethyl cyanide  
Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate  
Ethyl ether  
Ethyl methacrylate  
Ethyl methanesulfonate  
Ethyl Ziram  
Ethylbenzene  
Ethylene glycol  
1
16752775  
5952261  
563122  
141786  
140885  
107120  
759944  
60297  
97632  
62500  
14324551  
100414  
107211  
75218  
10  
1
10  
500  
100  
10  
1
10  
100  
1
1
100  
500  
10  
10  
Ethylene oxide  
Ethylene thiourea  
96457  
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