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Measurement and Targeting Design and Implement Programs to Track Results and Accountability. National Environmental Partnership Summit 2006 Wednesday, May 10 th Douglas Chatham, Carl Koch, Tracy Dyke-Redmond. TRI & RSEI Evaluations. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Measurement and Targeting Design and Implement Programs to Track Results and AccountabilityNational Environmental Partnership Summit 2006Wednesday, May 10th</p><p>Douglas Chatham, Carl Koch, Tracy Dyke-Redmond</p></li><li><p>The Use of the Risk Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) Program to Evaluate 15 Counties of Northwest FloridaTRI &amp; RSEI Evaluations</p></li><li><p>What Is the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI)?The TOXICS RELEASE INVENTORY Begun in 1988 with ~450 chemicals, the Toxics Release Inventory now contains information on releases of nearly 650 chemicals and chemical categories from industries including manufacturing, metal and coal mining, electric utilities, and commercial hazardous waste treatment, among others. </p></li><li><p>What Is the Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators Model?RSEI is a screening-level model for assessing potentialchronic human health impacts of industrial releases of toxic chemicals:</p><p>RSEI provides the following types of screening analyses:RSEI uses TRI pounds of release data and adds toxicity, fate and transport, and an estimate of exposed population to allow new perspectives on hazard and risk.PoundsHazardRisk-related</p></li><li><p>WHO MUST REPORT TO TRIA plant, factory, or other facility is subject to the provisions of Section 313 if it meets all three of the following criteria:It is included in a covered Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codeIt has 10 or more full-time employees (or the equivalent of 20,000 hours per year); andIt manufactures, imports, processes, or otherwise uses any of the EPCRA section 313 chemicals in amounts greater than the threshold quantities. At present, over 650 chemicals and chemical categories are covered.</p></li><li><p>EPAsRisk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI)</p></li><li><p>RSEI and Risk AssessmentRSEI incorporates components of risk assessment: Amount of chemical released</p><p>Toxicity of the chemical</p><p>Fate and transport of the chemical</p><p>Route and extent of human exposure</p><p>Number of people affected </p><p>RSEI is NOT a formal risk assessment, but is useful for performance measurement, prioritization, and trend analysis because it systematically incorporates toxicity and exposure considerations in a screening-level analysis.</p></li><li><p>How RSEI Works -- CalculationsPounds-based results = TRI Pounds released</p><p>Hazard-based results = Pounds * Toxicity Weight</p><p>Risk-related results = Surrogate Dose * Toxicity Weight * Population</p></li><li><p>RSEI Model DetailsInhalation (Air) surrogate dose - divides U.S. and territories into 1-km x 1-km grid cellscalculates air concentrations for each cell in 101 x 101 km grid around facilities uses population-specific exposure factors </p><p>Ingestion (Water) surrogate dose - calculates water concentrations in receiving streams up to 200 km downstream of outflow finds downstream drinking water intakes calculates fish ingestion exposure for population within 80 km of receiving stream uses population-specific exposure factors</p></li><li><p>What Kinds of Questions Can RSEI Answer?What are the trends in hazard and risk associated with toxic chemical releases and other waste management activities at industrial facilities? When comparing industries, how can I rank which industry sectors are associated with relatively more risk? </p><p>What is the relative contribution of specific chemicals to overall risk in a community (state, county, city), and how do I prioritize these for follow-up activities?</p><p>For any given scenario, what release pathway for a particular chemical poses the greatest risk-related concerns?</p><p>Also questions concerning: Tribal lands, EJ issues, important age groups (e.g., children &amp; elderly), etc.</p></li><li><p>How Is RSEI Data Processed?1.Select Search Parameters (NWFL Selected 15 Counties)2.Setup a tableTable includes Facility Name, Chemical, Media, SIC Code, and County3.Export to Excel4.Setup Pivot Tables &amp; Charts</p></li><li><p>Using RSEI as a Targeting Guide for Pollution PreventionRank counties, industries, chemicals, and facilities by Pounds Released and Relative Risk using RSEI.</p><p>Florida DEP used the TRI and RSEI charts of Northwest Florida to select several facilities to approach about Pollution Prevention (P2) activities.</p></li><li><p>Chart NWFL-88Core-OrigInd Lbs</p><p>2876196.0008462421054794000081122939450500856501774529478750125016850500</p><p>2972837.00084898177934938438776083134760025834716443090584749.99881386761499.999988794319891989</p><p>5203455.999922661869643433763383181305463496722144620785.000006309640030.0003209114846.99999690065765</p><p>5310930.999951262177598583580606321240053758361638722958.9999993411779.99998879432029.9999663835779.9999887943</p><p>3193351.000394152331823.99967599480425.0000038154955022268461399161978250987.99999868222279.99997353551529.99997758865779.9999887943</p><p>3020683.999847751884109.99946326313015208931591031034993897351217.00006800576779.99992060665514.999951124219931533.9999775886</p><p>5331186.000478111395698.00019562550853569314111070.999999881119749301211553.00000697054529.99994707112279.999966383100519.9999887943</p><p>5220425.000812652106430.000195621189502677995138984.000005007137844.99949407615192270.000006970519958306.0001566411891995</p><p>5450136.001180432129696.999788881253441.00000381604933120261.99999836110922216866250.00000697059791593.0000040531411996</p><p>6942087.000145412352484.9990564656569030423138960.000005006810435014444250.00000697052291779.9999887943211997</p><p>6982955.000941131638096.00014525240183364610.0000001712755.00000500689842919060250.000006970525032944.999973535521998</p><p>7103766.001124232235453.0000365313764715700186036986819089250.000006970519992944.999973535519991999</p><p>6638410.99970522941058.99957662121469200019394.000028878510064625472250.0000069705225078020002000</p><p>5124971.999765042270779.9996136413128321351.000000476892651308923497250.000006970520511764.999988794320012001</p><p>4998355.399999981821621112357.8700000058044.3498535156456020022400925014378020022002</p><p>5328420.200000051745608.199609289713610637.97998046884770200323580250200375020032003</p><p>FL,ESCAMBIA</p><p>FL,BAY</p><p>FL,SANTA ROSA</p><p>FL,GULF</p><p>FL,JACKSON</p><p>FL,LEON</p><p>FL,OKALOOSA</p><p>FL,WAKULLA</p><p>FL,GADSDEN</p><p>FL,LIBERTY</p><p>FL,WALTON</p><p>FL,HOLMES</p><p>TRI Pounds</p><p>Northwest Florida TRI Pounds Released 1988-20031988 Core Chemicals Original Industries</p><p>Chart NWFL89-03 Media Risk</p><p>164034.6814481561312.5167985964</p><p>167474.3008730661047.1263452529</p><p>180658.0056546241361.6114554042</p><p>97989.20643086371419.0500301428</p><p>40896.00767656954789.5139279684</p><p>41286.02987760934534.2324721465</p><p>42919.443583034880.6351481928</p><p>52656.01641709968.2909128678</p><p>44499.5155796856101.3315195276</p><p>32089.0309261747100.4314937299</p><p>41775.396581449176.7709151586</p><p>38593.351699396973.908463919</p><p>37911.5032025245.5366246349</p><p>16471.311998519249.9905488465</p><p>14078.7622806561134.7750890198</p><p>Air</p><p>Water</p><p>Relative Risk Value</p><p>Northwest Florida TRI Relative Risk Values 1989 - 2003 1988 Core Chemicals - Original Industries</p><p>Chart NWFL-98Core-AllInd Lbs</p><p>40857442.00094115320058.000145251279195296349.000005007253202407615.000000171984311906078000.0000027612944.99997353552503</p><p>52280627.00112427020463.00003653115638412990918290015700698711908962900.0000027612944.99997353551999</p><p>55329465.22298447281666.412884591203673121673.7000291651433652000100654.6599999673889031400.0000027617802250.0005558805</p><p>38070129.07729973694765.84260983882295.000000475294812.1910002019963221351.000000476813306.8999999538158300.60009765633524.80000271331764.99998879432101.7135412557</p><p>38387156.20810343418474.25412975810771.870000005111620.14002308220028044.3498535156195.360000819115409.400146484248351482.0999984741193.1305348986</p><p>31308344.34694926637200.61306701985569.017000198122903.969999537200310637.9799804688142573.47061956748341.900094509131511393.900000095496.5005073705</p><p>FL,ESCAMBIA</p><p>FL,BAY</p><p>FL,SANTA ROSA</p><p>FL,JACKSON</p><p>FL,WALTON</p><p>FL,GULF</p><p>FL,LEON</p><p>FL,OKALOOSA</p><p>FL,WAKULLA</p><p>FL,LIBERTY</p><p>FL,GADSDEN</p><p>TRI Pounds</p><p>Northwest FloridaTRI Pounds Released 1998 - 2003 1998 Core Chemicals - All Industries</p><p>Chart NWFL98CoreAllInd Risk</p><p>47133.5223250312100.4314937732</p><p>57231.245479701676.7768547475</p><p>56334.30242970148809.1926438143</p><p>52540.74047784819658.5968342949</p><p>29713.93723161066930.9388366904</p><p>33621.31916898953704.6354983138</p><p>Air</p><p>Water</p><p>Relative Risk Value</p><p>Northwest Florida TRI Relative Risk Values 1998 - 20031998 Core Chemicals - All Industries</p><p>Chart NWFL03 County Media Lbs</p><p>208551909222038.64236836206890.6020506741024225.10253017</p><p>FL,BAY6444477.80261989377.5999999046192345.210447222</p><p>15783744292325957358852.017000198</p><p>FL,LEON136736.040617362FL,LEON5837.4300022051</p><p>FL,JACKSON122877.23999992FL,JACKSON26.7299996167</p><p>FL,OKALOOSA23690.6999969482FL,OKALOOSA24651.2000975609</p><p>FL,GULF10621.9799804688FL,GULF16</p><p>FL,WAKULLAFL,WAKULLA2651500</p><p>FL,LIBERTY17FL,LIBERTY1376.9000000954</p><p>FL,GADSDEN47.7005081335FL,GADSDEN48.7999992371</p><p>UI</p><p>Air</p><p>Water</p><p>Land</p><p>TRI Pounds</p><p>Northwest Florida 2003 TRI Pounds Released County by Media</p><p>Chart NWFL03 CountybyMedia Risk</p><p>16311.10096309123697.2616063574</p><p>10877.47635107355.0242729967</p><p>4249.72780031961.4383245417</p><p>1201.85724792290.8405042011</p><p>906.5613405441FL,LEON</p><p>55.21045972410.0703925267</p><p>14.0197668076FL,GADSDEN</p><p>4.78277707660.0003976901</p><p>0.58246243FL,LIBERTY</p><p>FL,WAKULLA0</p><p>Air</p><p>Water</p><p>Relative Risk Value</p><p>Northwest Florida TRI Relative Risk Values 2003 County by Media</p><p>Chart NWFL03 Fac Media Lbs</p><p>20780590201900.6004763042216198.2000000477</p><p>GULF POWER -- CRIST6752156.801044382682614523.301559448</p><p>GULF POWER - LANSING4173365.20030521377.5999999046GULF POWER - LANSING</p><p>INT'L PAPER PENSACOLA2053135.30234035201980.602050674331386.600970678</p><p>STONE CONTAINER1731420.20231506STONE CONTAINER154104.400837876</p><p>13710039966025957338683.017000198</p><p>ARIZONA CHEMICAL280292.379980087ARIZONA CHEMICAL17139.8096093461</p><p>SPURLIN INDUSTRIES INC147676SPURLIN INDUSTRIES INCSPURLIN INDUSTRIES INC</p><p>TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION136731.0006174TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION12.0400003791</p><p>GULF POWER - SCHOLZ117881.199999809GULF POWER - SCHOLZGULF POWER - SCHOLZ</p><p>UI</p><p>Air</p><p>Water</p><p>Land</p><p>TRI Pounds</p><p>Northwest Florida 2003 TRI Releases Top Ten Facilities by Media</p><p>Chart NWFL03 FacbyMedia Risk</p><p>6048.91558400333692.3871504925</p><p>8608.91846682130.2247382827</p><p>4054.04191294311.4383245417</p><p>3769.84655902910</p><p>3723.5301937163HUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICAL</p><p>2220.644415915APAC SOUTHEAST</p><p>1627.60527435360</p><p>906.3061470985TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION</p><p>664.0661822896STERLING FIBERS - SANTA ROSA</p><p>536.18780881170.8405042011</p><p>Air</p><p>Water</p><p>Relative Risk Value</p><p>Northwest Florida 2003 TRI Relative Risk Values Top Ten Facilities by Media</p><p>Chart NWFL03 Fac Chem Lbs</p><p>13431008SOLUTIA INC.501490294058215812541381081133507SOLUTIA INC.106.2000000477SOLUTIA INC.</p><p>GULF POWER -- CRIST6266269GULF POWER -- CRISTGULF POWER -- CRISTGULF POWER -- CRISTGULF POWER -- CRISTGULF POWER -- CRIST28564840727303102</p><p>GULF POWER - LANSING4037599GULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSING80112185166</p><p>94066119661611775INT'L PAPER PENSACOLAINT'L PAPER PENSACOLAINT'L PAPER PENSACOLA2117967041329694449035</p><p>STONE CONTAINER156870856879STONE CONTAINERSTONE CONTAINERSTONE CONTAINER43947511691411613164750</p><p>494600AIR PRODUCTS &amp; CHEMICALS36800AIR PRODUCTS &amp; CHEMICALSAIR PRODUCTS &amp; CHEMICALS7000347030AIR PRODUCTS &amp; CHEMICALSAIR PRODUCTS &amp; CHEMICALSAIR PRODUCTS &amp; CHEMICALS</p><p>TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION77348TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION59286TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION</p><p>GULF POWER - SCHOLZ100193GULF POWER - SCHOLZGULF POWER - SCHOLZGULF POWER - SCHOLZGULF POWER - SCHOLZGULF POWER - SCHOLZ17509GULF POWER - SCHOLZ119</p><p>Nitrate compounds</p><p>Hydrochloric acid</p><p>Methanol</p><p>Formic acid</p><p>Cyclohexanol</p><p>n-Butyl alcohol</p><p>Ammonia</p><p>Sulfuric acid</p><p>Manganese compounds</p><p>Barium compounds</p><p>TRI Pounds</p><p>Northwest Florida 2003 TRI Releases Top Eight Facilities by Chemical</p><p>Chart NWFL03FacbyChem Risk</p><p>3604.744873046930.6469268799INT'L PAPER PENSACOLAINT'L PAPER PENSACOLA2640.405439853749.49203109741166.305809021384.1179466248972.1149101257INT'L PAPER PENSACOLA</p><p>5562.3095703125376.4907226562STONE CONTAINER CORPSTONE CONTAINER CORPSTONE CONTAINER CORP149.8401647248839.7529161907906.5631480217STONE CONTAINER CORPSTONE CONTAINER CORP</p><p>ALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMSALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMSALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMS2708.0964625745ALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMSALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMSALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMSALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMS0.158257395943.0551362007</p><p>1567.71411132811720.0443115234GULF POWER - CRISTGULF POWER - CRISTGULF POWER - CRISTGULF POWER - CRISTGULF POWER - CRISTGULF POWER - CRISTGULF POWER - CRISTGULF POWER - CRIST</p><p>HUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICALHUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICAL2899.617477417HUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICALHUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICALHUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICALHUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICALHUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICALHUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICALHUNTSMAN PETROCHEMICAL</p><p>APAC SOUTHEASTAPAC SOUTHEASTAPAC SOUTHEASTAPAC SOUTHEASTAPAC SOUTHEAST2220.644415915APAC SOUTHEASTAPAC SOUTHEASTAPAC SOUTHEASTAPAC SOUTHEAST</p><p>435.8683471681098.8856201172GULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSINGGULF POWER - LANSING</p><p>844.439331054755.1092910767TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATIONTALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION6.7575249672TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION</p><p>Sulfuric acid</p><p>Hydrochloric acid</p><p>Maleic anhydride</p><p>Manganese</p><p>Mercury</p><p>Polycyclic aromatic compounds</p><p>Acetaldehyde</p><p>Chlorine dioxide</p><p>Lead</p><p>Chromium</p><p>Relative Risk Value</p><p>Northwest Florida 2003 TRI Relative Risk Values Top Eight Facilities by Chemical</p><p>Chart NWFL03 Chem Fac Lbs</p><p>13431008Nitrate compoundsNitrate compounds94066Nitrate compounds494600Nitrate compoundsNitrate compounds</p><p>Hydrochloric acid6266269403759911966156870Hydrochloric acid77348100193</p><p>501490MethanolMethanol161177585687936800MethanolMethanol</p><p>2940582Formic acidFormic acidFormic acidFormic acidFormic acidFormic acidFormic acid</p><p>1581254CyclohexanolCyclohexanolCyclohexanolCyclohexanolCyclohexanolCyclohexanolCyclohexanol</p><p>1381081n-Butyl alcoholn-Butyl alcoholn-Butyl alcoholn-Butyl alcohol7000n-Butyl alcoholn-Butyl alcohol</p><p>133507AmmoniaAmmonia211796439475347030AmmoniaAmmonia</p><p>Sulfuric acid2856488011270413116914Sulfuric acid5928617509</p><p>106.200000047740727185296944116131Manganese compoundsManganese compoundsManganese compounds</p><p>Barium compounds3031021664903564750Barium compoundsBarium compounds119</p><p>SOLUTIA INC.</p><p>GULF POWER -- CRIST</p><p>GULF POWER - LANSING</p><p>INT'L PAPER PENSACOLA</p><p>STONE CONTAINER</p><p>AIR PRODUCTS &amp; CHEMICALS</p><p>TALLAHASSEE HOPKINS STATION</p><p>GULF POWER - SCHOLZ</p><p>TRI Pounds</p><p>Northwest Florida 2003 TRI Releases Top Ten Chemicals by Facility</p><p>Chart NWFL03ChembyFac Risk</p><p>3604.74487304695562.3095703125Sulfuric acid1567.7141113281Sulfuric acidSulfuric acid435.868347168844.4393310547</p><p>30.6469268799376.4907226562Hydrochloric acid1720.0443115234Hydrochloric acidHydrochloric acid1098.885620117255.1092910767</p><p>Maleic anhydrideMaleic anhydrideMaleic anhydrideMaleic anhydride2899.617477417Maleic anhydrideMaleic anhydrideMaleic anhydride</p><p>ManganeseManganese2708.0964625745ManganeseManganeseManganeseManganeseManganese</p><p>2640.4054398537MercuryMercuryMercuryMercuryMercuryMercuryMercury</p><p>49.4920310974149.8401647248Polycyclic aromatic compoundsPolycyclic aromatic compoundsPolycyclic aromatic compounds22...</p></li></ul>