CHAPTER 323. HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE LIST

Sec.


323.1.    General.
323.2.    Special hazardous substances.
323.3.    Environmental hazards.
323.4.    Additions and deletions to the Hazardous Substance List.
323.5.    Automatic additions to Hazardous Substance List.
323.6.    On-site testing of environmental hazards.

Source

   The provisions of this Chapter 323 adopted August 1, 1986, effective December 1, 1986, 16 Pa.B. 2909, unless otherwise noted.

§ 323.1. General.

 Under section 3 of the act (35 P. S. §  7303), the Department adopts a Hazardous Substance List as set forth in Appendix A.

§ 323.2. Special hazardous substances.

 (a)  Hazardous substances which are considered special hazardous substances because their particular toxicity, tumorigenicity, mutagenicity, reproductive toxicity, flammability, explosivity, corrosivity or reactivity pose a special hazard to health and safety. Only substances on the Hazardous Substance List in Appendix A which have the letter ‘‘S’’ are part of the Special Hazardous Substance List.

 (b)  The Department will evaluate the appropriateness of designing hazardous substances as special hazardous substances based on the following criteria:

   (1)  The substance shall be one which is on the Department’s Hazardous Substance List.

   (2)  The hazardous substance when present at concentrations of less than 1.0%, but greater than .01%, shall pose a special hazard to health and safety due to its toxicity, tumorigenicity, mutagenicity, reproductive toxicity, flammability, explosiveness, corrosivity or reactivity.

   (3)  Reliable, current and accurate scientific evidence shall demonstrate the elements of paragraph (2).

 (c)  A person may submit relevant scientific information to assist the Department in making its determination.

§ 323.3. Environmental hazards.

 (a)  Hazardous substances which are considered environmental hazards because of their particular or extreme properties pose a danger if released into the environment are contained in an Environmental Hazard List. Only substances on the Hazardous Substance List in Appendix A which have the letter ‘‘E’’ are part of the Environmental Hazard List.

 (b)  The Department will evaluate the appropriateness of designating hazardous substances as environmental hazards based on the following criteria:

   (1)  The substance shall be one which is on the Department’s Hazardous Substance List.

   (2)  The substance shall be regulated under Federal, State, county or municipal environmental statutes.

   (3)  The substance shall pose a danger if released into the environment in that it shall be considered toxic, hazardous or it shall be a contaminant subject to Statewide standards for emissions or discharges under current environmental statutes regulating the substance.

§ 323.4. Additions and deletions to the Hazardous Substance List.

 Except as provided by §  323.5 (relating to automatic additions to Hazardous Substance List), the Department will add or delete substances from the list contained in Appendix A only following public notice, hearings and publication of a rulemaking under the act of July 31, 1968 (P. L. 769, No. 240) (45 P. S. § §  1102, 1201—1208 and 1602) and 45 Pa.C.S. Part II (relating to publication and effectiveness of Commonwealth documents).

Cross References

   This section cited in 34 Pa. Code §  323.5 (relating to automatic additions to Hazardous Substance List).

§ 323.5. Automatic additions to Hazardous Substance List.

 (a)  Chemicals not listed in Appendix A which appear in future compilations or issues of the following lists will automatically be added to the Hazardous Substance List in Appendix A upon publication of a notice of the automatic additions in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

   (1)  Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) list of toxic pollutants and hazardous substances prepared under sections 307 and 311 of the Federal Clean Water Act of 1977 (33 U.S.C.A. § §  1317 and 1321).

   (2)  EPA list of hazardous air pollutants prepared under section 112 of the Federal Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C.A. §  7412).

   (3)  EPA list of restricted use of pesticides found at 40 CFR 162.30 (relating to optional procedures for classification of pesticide uses by regulation).

   (4)  EPA Carcinogen Assessment Group’s List of Carcinogens.

   (5)  OSHA list of toxic and hazardous substances found in 29 CFR Part 1910, Subpart Z (relating to toxic and hazardous substances).

   (6)  International Agency for Research on Cancer sublist, entitled ‘‘Sufficient Evidence of Carcinogenicity in Animals.’’

   (7)  National Toxicology Program’s list of substances published in their latest Annual Report on Carcinogens.

   (8)  National Fire Protection Association list found in ‘‘Hazardous Chemicals Data (NFPA 49).’’

   (9)  National Fire Protection Association list found in ‘‘Fire Hazard Properties of Flammable Liquids, Gases, Volatile Solids (NFPA 325M),’’ but only substances found on sublists for health items, categories 2, 3 and 4; sublist for reactivity items, categories 3 and 4; and sublists for flammability, categories 3 and 4.

   (10)  American Conference of Governmental Hygienists list found in ‘‘Threshold Limit Value for Chemical Substances and Physical Agents in the Workplace.’’

   (11)  National Cancer Institute sublist, entitled ‘‘Carcinogens Bioassays with at Least Evidence Suggestive of Carcinogenic Effect,’’ but including only substances which satisfy criteria of the National Toxicology Program indicating significant carcinogenic effect.

 (b)  The Department will annually submit to the Legislative Reference Bureau for recommended publication as a notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin a recompilation of Appendix A, containing additions and deletions made under §  323.4 (relating to additions and deletions to the Hazardous Substance List) and this section.

Cross References

   This section cited in 34 Pa. Code §  323.4 (relating to additions and deletions to the Hazardous Substance List).

§ 323.6. Onsite testing of environmental hazards.

 (a)  The Department may conduct, at its own expense and for good cause shown, on-site testing for environmental hazards or use other methods that will provide more exact information concerning the environmental hazards reported in the Environmental Hazard Survey under section 3(g) of the act (35 P. S. §  7303(g)). The action will be considered by the Department upon receipt of a written request which contains the following information:

   (1)  The name and address of the requesting party.

   (2)  A reasonable description or name of substances requested to be tested.

   (3)  The specific reasons why the requested testing is desired.

   (4)  The name, address and location of the company and workplace or work area where the testing is requested to be conducted.

   (5)  The efforts made to obtain the information sought through the testing.

   (6)  Additional information the Department considers pertinent to the request.

 (b)  Interested parties for purposes of consultation with respect to a request for on-site testing include the following:

   (1)  The employer responsible for completing the Environmental Hazard Survey for the workplace for which testing is required.

   (2)  The party requesting the on-site testing.

   (3)  Other parties that the Department may consider, in its discretion, to have an appropriate interest in the testing request.

 (c)  The workplace employer or site owner may conduct on-site testing instead of the Department. Upon the written request of the owner or employer, the Department will detail, in writing, the type and methods of testing and provide technical assistance to aid the owner or employer which chooses to conduct testing instead of the Department.

 (d)  In an emergency, the Department may undertake testing at the Commonwealth’s expense. The Department, at its discretion, will determine situations which constitute emergencies for purposes of this section.

 (e)  The Department may not conduct on-site testing which has already been conducted by the OSHA, the Department of Environmental Resources or the Mine Safety Health Administration.

Cross References

   This section cited in 34 Pa. Code §  301.3 (relating to jurisdiction/exemptions).



APPENDIX A—HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE LISTS




 *ES
CAS NO. 
SUBSTANCE NAME
57-50-1.ALPHA.-D-GLUCOPYRANOSIDE, .BETA.-D-FRUCTOFURANOSYL

  ES

14901-08-7.BETA.-D-GLUCOPYRANOSIDE, (METHYL-ONN-AZOXY)METHYL
90-41-5[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-2-AMINE

  ES

92-67-1[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4-AMINE
92-04-6[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4-OL, 3-CHLORO-

  ES

92-87-5[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4,4'-DIAMINE

  ES

91-94-1[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4,4'-DIAMINE, 3,3'-DICHLORO-

  ES

119-90-4[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4,4'-DIAMINE, 3,3'-DIMETHOXY-

  ES

119-93-7[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4,4'-DIAMINE, 3,3'-DIMETHYL-
83-79-4[1]BENZOPYRANO[3,4-B]FURO[2,3-H][1]BENZOPYRAN-6(6AH)-ONE,
1,2,12,12A-TETRAHYDRO-8,9-DIMETHOXY-2-(1-METHYLETHENYL)-,
[2R-(2.ALPHA.,6A.ALPHA.,12A.ALHA.)]-

  E

208-96-8ACENAPHTHYLENE

  E

83-32-9ACENAPHTHYLENE, 1,2-DIHYDRO-

  S

602-87-9ACENAPHTHYLENE, 1,2-DIHYDRO-5-NITRO-

  E

75-07-0ACETALDEHYDE

  E

107-20-0ACETALDEHYDE, CHLORO-
9002-91-9ACETALDEHYDE, HOMOPOLYMER

  E

75-87-6ACETALDEHYDE, TRICHLORO-

  E

60-35-5ACETAMIDE

  E

591-08-2ACETAMIDE, N-(AMINOTHIOXOMETHYL)-

  ES

62-44-2ACETAMIDE, N-(4-ETHOXYPHENYL)-
103-89-9ACETAMIDE, N-(4-METHYLPHENYL)-

  S

531-82-8ACETAMIDE, N-[4-(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)-2-THIAZOLYL]-
1119-49-9ACETAMIDE, N-BUTYL-
91-49-6ACETAMIDE, N-BUTYL-N-PHENYL-
103-84-4ACETAMIDE, N-PHENYL-
28314-03-6ACETAMIDE, N-9H-FLUOREN-1-YL-

  ES

53-96-3ACETAMIDE, N-9H-FLUOREN-2-YL-
127-19-5ACETAMIDE, N,N-DIMETHYL-

  S

613-35-4ACETAMIDE, N,N'-[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4,4'-DIYLBIS-

  E

640-19-7ACETAMIDE, 2-FLUORO-

  S

56-75-7ACETAMIDE, 2,2-DICHLORO-N-[2-HYDROXY-1-(HYDROXYMETHYL)-2-(4-NITROPHENYL)ETHYL]-, [R-(R*,R*)]-

  E

64-19-7ACETIC ACID

  E

108-05-4ACETIC ACID ETHENYL ESTER

  E

141-78-6ACETIC ACID ETHYL ESTER

  E

94-75-7ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-

  E

94-80-4ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, BUTYL ESTER

  E

25168-26-7ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, ISOOCTYL ESTER

  E

1928-38-7ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, METHYL ESTER

  E

1928-61-6ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, PROPYL ESTER

  E

94-11-1ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, 1-METHYLETHYL ESTER

  E

94-79-1ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, 1-METHYLPROPYL ESTER

  E

1929-73-3ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, 2-BUTOXYETHYL ESTER

  E

1320-18-9ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, 2-BUTOXYMETHYLETHYL ESTER

  E

2971-38-2ACETIC ACID, (2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, 4-CHLORO-2-BUTENYLESTER

  E

93-76-5ACETIC ACID, (2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-

  E

93-79-8ACETIC ACID, (2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-, BUTYL ESTER

  E

6369-97-7ACETIC ACID, (2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-, COMPD. WITH N-METHYLMETHANAMINE (1:1)

  E

6369-96-6ACETIC ACID, (2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-, COMPD. WITH N,N-DIMETHYLMETHANAMINE (1:1)

  E

1319-72-8ACETIC ACID, (2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-, COMPD. WITH 1-AMINO-2-PROPANOL (1:1)

  E

3813-14-7ACETIC ACID, (2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-, COMPD. WITH 2,2',2"-NITRILOTRIS[ETHANOL] (1:1)

  E

13560-99-1ACETIC ACID, (2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-, SODIUM SALT

  E

2545-59-7ACETIC ACID, (2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-, 2-BUTOXYETHYL ESTER

  E

631-61-8ACETIC ACID, AMMONIUM SALT
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

108-24-7ACETIC ACID, ANHYDRIDE

  E

123-86-4ACETIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER

  E

543-90-8ACETIC ACID, CADMIUM SALT

  E

79-11-8ACETIC ACID, CHLORO-
105-39-5ACETIC ACID, CHLORO-, ETHYL ESTER
96-34-4ACETIC ACID, CHLORO-, METHYL ESTER

  E

1066-30-4ACETIC ACID, CHROMIUM(3+) SALT

  E

142-71-2ACETIC ACID, COPPER(2+) SALT
372-09-8ACETIC ACID, CYANO-
105-56-6ACETIC ACID, CYANO-, ETHYL ESTER

  E

62-74-8ACETIC ACID, FLUORO-, SODIUM SALT

  ES

301-04-2ACETIC ACID, LEAD(2+) SALT
68-11-1ACETIC ACID, MERCAPTO-
123-81-9ACETIC ACID, MERCAPTO-, 1,2-ETHANEDIYL ESTER
79-20-9ACETIC ACID, METHYL ESTER
112-14-1ACETIC ACID, OCTYL ESTER

  E

628-63-7ACETIC ACID, PENTYL ESTER
109-60-4ACETIC ACID, PROPYL ESTER

  E

53496-15-4ACETIC ACID, SEC-PENTYL ESTER

  E

563-68-8ACETIC ACID, THALLIUM(I) SALT
76-03-9ACETIC ACID, TRICHLORO-

  E

ACETIC ACID, WATER SOLUTIONS

  E

557-34-6ACETIC ACID, ZINC SALT
108-21-4ACETIC ACID, 1-METHYLETHYL ESTER

  E

105-46-4ACETIC ACID, 1-METHYLPROPYL ESTER

  E

540-88-5ACETIC ACID, 1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL ESTER
10031-87-5ACETIC ACID, 2-ETHYLBUTYL ESTER
103-09-3ACETIC ACID, 2-ETHYLHEXYL ESTER

  E

110-19-0ACETIC ACID, 2-METHYLPROPYL ESTER
591-87-7ACETIC ACID, 2-PROPENYL ESTER
93-68-5ACETOACET-ORTHO-TOLUIDIDE

  E

1752-30-3ACETONE THIOSEMICARBAZIDE

  E

75-05-8ACETONITRILE

  E

506-96-7ACETYL BROMIDE

  E

75-36-5ACETYL CHLORIDE
79-04-9ACETYL CHLORIDE, CHLORO-
79-36-7ACETYL CHLORIDE, DICHLORO-

  E

814-68-6ACRYLYL CHLORIDE

  S

50-76-0ACTINOMYCIN D

  S

51004-61-6AF 2 (FOAMING AGENT)

  ES

1402-68-2AFLATOXINS

  E

ALLYL PROPENYL

  E

122-09-8ALPHA,ALPHA-DIMETHYLPHENETHYLAMINE
ALPHA,BETA-GLYCERIN DICHLOROHYDRIN
16853-85-3ALUMINATE(1-), TETRAHYDRO-, LITHIUM, (T-4)-

  E

7429-90-5ALUMINUM
ALUMINUM ALKYLS
7446-70-0ALUMINUM CHLORIDE (ALCL3)
ALUMINUM DUST

  E

1344-28-1ALUMINUM OXIDE (AL2O3)

  E

20859-73-8ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE (ALP)

  S

ALUMINUM PRODUCTION
ALUMINUM PYRO POWDERS
ALUMINUM SOLUBLE SALTS
ALUMINUM WELDING FUMES
96-10-6ALUMINUM, CHLORODIETHYL-
563-43-9ALUMINUM, DICHLOROETHYL-
871-27-2ALUMINUM, DIETHYLHYDRO-
1191-15-7ALUMINUM, HYDROBIS(2-METHYLPROPYL)-
2036-15-9ALUMINUM, HYDRODIPROPYL-
12263-85-3ALUMINUM, TRIBROMOTRIMETHYLDI-
1116-70-7ALUMINUM, TRIBUTYL-
12075-68-2ALUMINUM, TRICHLOROTRIETHYLDI-
12542-85-7ALUMINUM, TRICHLOROTRIMETHYLDI-
97-93-8ALUMINUM, TRIETHYL-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
75-24-1ALUMINUM, TRIMETHYL-
102-67-0ALUMINUM, TRIPROPYL-
100-99-2ALUMINUM, TRIS(2-METHYLPROPYL)-

  E

54-62-6AMINOPTERIN

  E

78-53-5AMITON

  E

3734-97-2AMITON OXALATE

  E

7664-41-7AMMONIA
12124-97-9AMMONIUM BROMIDE ((NH4)BR)

  E

12125-02-9AMMONIUM CHLORIDE ((NH4)CL)

  E

1341-49-7AMMONIUM FLUORIDE ((NH4)(HF2))

  E

12125-01-8AMMONIUM FLUORIDE ((NH4)F)

  E

1336-21-6AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE ((NH4)(OH))

  E

131-74-8AMMONIUM PICRATE

  E

12135-76-1AMMONIUM SULFIDE ((NH4)2S)

  E

14307-43-8AMMONIUM TARTRATE

  E

7803-55-6AMMONIUM VANADATE

  E

52628-25-8AMMONIUM ZINC CHLORIDE

  E

300-62-9AMPHETAMINE

  S

ANALGESIC MIXTURES CONTAINING PHENACETIN
1317-70-0ANATASE (TIO2)

  S

58-22-0ANDROST-4-EN-3-ONE, 17-HYDROXY-, (17.BETA.)-

  S

434-07-1ANDROSTAN-3-ONE, 17-HYDROXY-2-(HYDROXYMETHYLENE)-17-METHYL-, (5.ALPHA.,17.BETA.)-

  E

88-05-1ANILINE,2,4,6-TRIMETHYL-

  S

ANTHOPHYLLITE

  E

120-12-7ANTHRACENE

  S

ANTHRACENE OILS (COAL TAR DERIVED PRODUCT)

  E

28300-74-5ANTIMONATE(2-), BIS[.MU.-[2,3-DIHYDROXYBUTANEDIOATO(4-)-O1,O2:O3,O4]]DI-, DIPOTASSIUM, TRIHYDRATE, STEREOISOMER
*E7440-36-0ANTIMONY

  E

7647-18-9ANTIMONY CHLORIDE (SBCL5)

  E

7783-70-2ANTIMONY FLUORIDE (SBF5)

  E

1309-64-4ANTIMONY OXIDE (SB2O3)

  E

1315-04-4ANTIMONY SULFIDE (SB2S5)

  E

1397-94-0ANTIMYCIN A
7440-37-1ARGON

  E

88-01-9AROCLOR

  E

12674-11-2AROCLOR 1016

  E

11104-28-2AROCLOR 1221

  E

11141-16-5AROCLOR 1232

  E

53469-21-9AROCLOR 1242

  E

12672-29-6AROCLOR 1248

  ES

11097-69-1AROCLOR 1254

  ES

11096-82-5AROCLOR 1260
*ES7440-38-2ARSENIC

  E

7778-39-4ARSENIC ACID

  E

1327-52-2ARSENIC ACID

  E

7778-44-1ARSENIC ACID (H3ASO4), CALCIUM SALT (2:3)

  E

7645-25-2ARSENIC ACID (H3ASO4), LEAD SALT

  E

7784-40-9ARSENIC ACID (H3ASO4), LEAD(2+) SALT (1:1)

  E

10102-48-4ARSENIC ACID (H3ASO4), LEAD(4+) SALT (3:2)

  ES

7784-41-0ARSENIC ACID (H3ASO4), MONOPOTASSIUM SALT

  ES

7631-89-2ARSENIC ACID (H3ASO4), SODIUM SALT

  E

1303-32-8ARSENIC DISULFIDE

  ES

1327-53-3ARSENIC OXIDE (AS2O3)

  ES

1303-28-2ARSENIC OXIDE (AS2O5)

  E

1303-33-9ARSENIC SULFIDE (AS2S3)

  ES

13464-37-4ARSENOUS ACID, TRISODIUM SALT

  E

7784-34-1ARSENOUS TRICHLORIDE

  E

7784-42-1ARSINE

  E

692-42-2ARSINE, DIETHYL-

  E

12044-79-0ARSINO, THIOXO-

  E

52740-16-6ARSONIC ACID, CALCIUM SALT (1:1)

  E

10124-50-2ARSONIC ACID, POTASSIUM SALT
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  ES

1332-21-4ASBESTOS

  ES

12172-73-5ASBESTOS, GRUNERITE
8052-42-4ASPHALT

  E

492-80-8AURAMINE

  S

AURAMINE MANUFACTURE

  E

2642-71-9AZINPHOS-ETHYL

  E

151-56-4AZIRIDINE

  ES

52-24-4AZIRIDINE, 1,1',1"-PHOSPHINOTHIOYLIDYNETRIS-

  ES

75-55-8AZIRIDINE, 2-METHYL-

  ES

50-07-7AZIRINO[2',3':3,4]PYRROLO[1,2-A]INDOLE-4,7-DIONE, 6-AMINO-8-[[(AMINOCARBONYL)OXY]METHYL]-1,1A,2,8,8A,8B-HEXAHYDRO-8A-METHOXY-5-METHYL-, [1AS-(1A.APHA.,8.BETA.,8A.ALPHA.,8B.ALPHA.)]-
*E7440-39-3BARIUM

  E

542-62-1BARIUM CYANIDE (BA(CN)2)

  E

1304-29-6BARIUM PEROXIDE (BA(O2))
7727-43-7BARIUM SULFATE

  E

98-09-9BENXENESULFONYL CHLORIDE

  E

225-51-4BENZ(C)ACRIDINE

  ES

56-55-3BENZ[A]ANTHRACENE

  ES

57-97-6BENZ[A]ANTHRACENE, 7,12-DIMETHYL-

  E

51787-44-1BENZ[C]ACRIDINE, 7,8,9,11-TETRAMETHYL-

  ES

205-99-2BENZ[E]ACEPHENANTHRYLENE

  ES

56-49-5BENZ[J]ACEANTHRYLENE, 1,2-DIHYDRO-3-METHYL-

  E

98-87-3BENZAL CHLORIDE
100-52-7BENZALDEHYDE
135-02-4BENZALDEHYDE, 2-METHOXY-
104-88-1BENZALDEHYDE, 4-CHLORO-

  E

55-21-0BENZAMIDE

  S

671-16-9BENZAMIDE, N-(1-METHYLETHYL)-4-[(2-METHYLHYDRAZINO)METHYL]-

  S

366-70-1BENZAMIDE, N-(1-METHYLETHYL)-4-[(2-METHYLHYDRAZINO)METHYL]-, MONOHYDROCHLORIDE
148-01-6BENZAMIDE, 2-METHYL-3,5-DINITRO-

  E

23950-58-5BENZAMIDE, 3,5-DICHLORO-N-(1,1-DIMETHYL-2-PROPYNYL)-
1420-04-8BENZAMIDE, 5-CHLORO-N-(2-CHLORO-4-NITROPHENYL)-2-HYDROXY-, COMPD. WITH 2-AMINOETHANOL (1:1)

  E

62-53-3BENZENAMINE
29191-52-4BENZENAMINE, AR-METHOXY-
1300-73-8BENZENAMINE, AR,AR-DIMETHYL-
142-04-1BENZENAMINE, HYDROCHLORIDE
768-52-5BENZENAMINE, N-(1-METHYLETHYL)-
10137-80-1BENZENAMINE, N-(2-ETHYLHEXYL)-
1126-78-9BENZENAMINE, N-BUTYL-
103-69-5BENZENAMINE, N-ETHYL-

  ES

135-20-6BENZENAMINE, N-HYDROXY-N-NITROSO-, AMMONIUM SALT
100-61-8BENZENAMINE, N-METHYL-
479-45-8BENZENAMINE, N-METHYL-N,2,4,6-TETRANITRO-

  E

86-30-6BENZENAMINE, N-NITROSO-N-PHENYL-

  E

122-39-4BENZENAMINE, N-PHENYL-
613-29-6BENZENAMINE, N,N-DIBUTYL-
91-66-7BENZENAMINE, N,N-DIETHYL-

  E

121-69-7BENZENAMINE, N,N-DIMETHYL-

  ES

60-11-7BENZENAMINE, N,N-DIMETHYL-4-(PHENYLAZO)-
603-34-9BENZENAMINE, N,N-DIPHENYL-
94-70-2BENZENAMINE, 2-ETHOXY-

  ES

90-04-0BENZENAMINE, 2-METHOXY-

  ES

134-29-2BENZENAMINE, 2-METHOXY-, HYDROCHLORIDE

  ES

120-71-8BENZENAMINE, 2-METHOXY-5-METHYL-

  ES

99-59-2BENZENAMINE, 2-METHOXY-5-NITRO-

  ES

95-53-4BENZENAMINE, 2-METHYL-

  ES

636-21-5BENZENAMINE, 2-METHYL-, HYDROCHLORIDE

  ES

97-56-3BENZENAMINE, 2-METHYL-4-[(2-METHYLPHENYL)AZO]-

  E

99-55-8BENZENAMINE, 2-METHYL-5-NITRO-
87-59-2BENZENAMINE, 2,3-DIMETHYL-
97-02-9BENZENAMINE, 2,4-DINITRO-
102-56-7BENZENAMINE, 2,5-DIMETHOXY-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

87-62-7BENZENAMINE, 2,6-DIMETHYL-

  E

98-16-8BENZENAMINE, 3-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)-
95-76-1BENZENAMINE, 3,4-DICHLORO-
2049-92-5BENZENAMINE, 4-(1,1-DIMETHYLPROPYL)-

  E

106-47-8BENZENAMINE, 4-CHLORO-

  S

95-69-2BENZENAMINE, 4-CHLORO-2-METHYL-

  E

3165-93-3BENZENAMINE, 4-CHLORO-2-METHYL-, HYDROCHLORIDE
156-43-4BENZENAMINE, 4-ETHOXY-

  S

13410-72-5BENZENAMINE, 4-ETHOXY-N-[(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)METHYLENE]-

  E

104-94-9BENZENAMINE, 4-METHOXY-
106-49-0BENZENAMINE, 4-METHYL-
89-62-3BENZENAMINE, 4-METHYL-2-NITRO-

  E

100-01-6BENZENAMINE, 4-NITRO-

  ES

156-10-5BENZENAMINE, 4-NITROSO-N-PHENYL-

  ES

2465-27-2BENZENAMINE, 4,4'-CARBONIMIDOYLBIS[N,N-DIMETHYL-, MONOHYDROCHLORIDE

  E

101-77-9BENZENAMINE, 4,4'-METHYLENEBIS-

  ES

101-61-1BENZENAMINE, 4,4'-METHYLENEBIS[N,N-DIMETHYL-

  ES

101-14-4BENZENAMINE, 4,4'-METHYLENEBIS[2-CHLORO-

  S

838-88-0BENZENAMINE, 4,4'-METHYLENEBIS[2-METHYL-

  ES

101-80-4BENZENAMINE, 4,4'-OXYBIS-

  S

28434-86-8BENZENAMINE, 4,4'-OXYBIS[2-CHLORO-

  ES

139-65-1BENZENAMINE, 4,4'-THIOBIS-

  ES

71-43-2BENZENE

  E

100-44-7BENZENE, (CHLOROMETHYL)-
30030-25-2BENZENE, (CHLOROMETHYL)ETHENYL-

  ES

98-07-7BENZENE, (TRICHLOROMETHYL)-
98-08-8BENZENE, (TRIFLUOROMETHYL)-

  E

98-82-8BENZENE, (1-METHYLETHYL)-
135-98-8BENZENE, (1-METHYLPROPYL)-
98-06-6BENZENE, (1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-
6607-45-0BENZENE, (1,2-DICHLOROETHENYL)-
538-93-2BENZENE, (2-METHYLPROPYL)-
108-86-1BENZENE, BROMO-
104-51-8BENZENE, BUTYL-

  E

108-90-7BENZENE, CHLORO-
25567-67-3BENZENE, CHLORODINITRO-
25168-05-2BENZENE, CHLOROMETHYL-
25167-93-5BENZENE, CHLORONITRO-
827-52-1BENZENE, CYCLOHEXYL-
104-72-3BENZENE, DECYL-

  E

25321-22-6BENZENE, DICHLORO-
1321-74-0BENZENE, DIETHENYL-
1320-21-4BENZENE, DIMETHYL(PENTYLOXY)-

  E

1330-20-7BENZENE, DIMETHYL-

  E

25154-54-5BENZENE, DINITRO-

  E

100-42-5BENZENE, ETHENYL-
1319-73-9BENZENE, ETHENYL-, MONOMETHYL DERIV.
25013-15-4BENZENE, ETHENYLMETHYL-

  E

100-41-4BENZENE, ETHYL-
462-06-6BENZENE, FLUORO-

  ES

118-74-1BENZENE, HEXACHLORO-

  E

108-88-3BENZENE, METHYL-

  E

25321-14-6BENZENE, METHYLDINITRO-

  E

1321-12-6BENZENE, METHYLNITRO-
1320-01-0BENZENE, METHYLPENTYL-

  E

98-95-3BENZENE, NITRO-

  E

608-93-5BENZENE, PENTACHLORO-

  E

82-68-8BENZENE, PENTACHLORONITRO-
538-68-1BENZENE, PENTYL-
103-65-1BENZENE, PROPYL-
25551-13-7BENZENE, TRIMETHYL-
98-51-1BENZENE, 1-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-4-METHYL-
95-46-5BENZENE, 1-BROMO-2-METHYL-
106-38-7BENZENE, 1-BROMO-4-METHYL-

  E

101-55-3BENZENE, 1-BROMO-4-PHENOXY-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
88-16-4BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-2-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)-
2039-87-4BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-2-ETHENYL-
95-49-8BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-2-METHYL-
88-73-3BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-2-NITRO-
97-00-7BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-2,4-DINITRO-
121-73-3BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-3-NITRO-
100-00-5BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-4-NITRO-
777-37-7BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-4-NITRO-2-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)-

  E

7005-72-3BENZENE, 1-CHLORO-4-PHENOXY-

  E

88-72-2BENZENE, 1-METHYL-2-NITRO-

  E

121-14-2BENZENE, 1-METHYL-2,4-DINITRO-

  E

99-08-1BENZENE, 1-METHYL-3-NITRO-
99-87-6BENZENE, 1-METHYL-4-(1-METHYLETHYL)-

  E

99-99-0BENZENE, 1-METHYL-4-NITRO-

  E

72-55-9BENZENE, 1,1'-(DICHLOROETHENYLIDENE)BIS[4-CHLORO-
93-96-9BENZENE, 1,1'-(OXYDIETHYLIDENE)BIS-

  E

72-54-8BENZENE, 1,1'-(2,2-DICHLOROETHYLIDENE)BIS[4-CHLORO-

  ES

50-29-3BENZENE, 1,1'-(2,2,2-TRICHLOROETHYLIDENE)BIS[4-CHLORO-

  E

72-43-5BENZENE, 1,1'-(2,2,2-TRICHLOROETHYLIDENE)BIS[4-METHOXY-

  E

101-68-8BENZENE, 1,1'-METHYLENEBIS[4-ISOCYANATO-
101-84-8BENZENE, 1,1'-OXYBIS-

  E

95-50-1BENZENE, 1,2-DICHLORO-
135-01-3BENZENE, 1,2-DIETHYL-

  E

95-47-6BENZENE, 1,2-DIMETHYL-

  E

528-29-0BENZENE, 1,2-DINITRO-

  E

120-82-1BENZENE, 1,2,4-TRICHLORO-

  E

95-94-3BENZENE, 1,2,4,5-TETRACHLORO-

  E

541-73-1BENZENE, 1,3-DICHLORO-
108-57-6BENZENE, 1,3-DIETHENYL-
141-93-5BENZENE, 1,3-DIETHYL-

  E

108-38-3BENZENE, 1,3-DIMETHYL-

  E

99-65-0BENZENE, 1,3-DINITRO-

  E

99-35-4BENZENE, 1,3,5-TRINITRO-

  ES

106-46-7BENZENE, 1,4-DICHLORO-
105-05-5BENZENE, 1,4-DIETHYL-

  E

106-42-3BENZENE, 1,4-DIMETHYL-

  E

100-25-4BENZENE, 1,4-DINITRO-
2100-42-7BENZENE, 2-CHLORO-1,4-DIMETHOXY-

  E

606-20-2BENZENE, 2-METHYL-1,3-DINITRO-
118-96-7BENZENE, 2-METHYL-1,3,5-TRINITRO-

  ES

1836-75-5BENZENE, 2,4-DICHLORO-1-(4-NITROPHENOXY)-

  ES

584-84-9BENZENE, 2,4-DIISOCYANATO-1-METHYL-

  E

610-39-9BENZENE, 4-METHYL-1,2-DINITRO-

  E

100-14-1BENZENE,1-(CHLOROMETHYL)-4-NITRO-

  E

26471-62-5BENZENE,2,4-DIISOCYANATOMETHYL-

  E

510-15-6BENZENEACETIC ACID, 4-CHLORO-.ALPHA.-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-.ALPHA.-HYDROXY-, ETHYL ESTER

  E

140-29-4BENZENEACETONITRILE

  E

98-05-5BENZENEARSONIC ACID

  ES

305-03-3BENZENEBUTANOIC ACID, 4-[BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)AMINO]-
614-45-9BENZENECARBOPEROXOIC ACID, 1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL ESTER
12385-08-9BENZENEDIOL
98-84-0BENZENEMETHANAMINE, .ALPHA.-METHYL-

  S

59-96-1BENZENEMETHANAMINE, N-(2-CHLOROETHYL)-N-(1-METHYL-2-PHENOXYETHYL)-

  S

63-92-3BENZENEMETHANAMINE, N-(2-CHLOROETHYL)-N-(1-METHYL-2-PHENOXYETHYL)-, HYDROCHLORIDE
92-59-1BENZENEMETHANAMINE, N-ETHYL-N-PHENYL-
772-54-3BENZENEMETHANAMINE, N,N-DIETHYL-
2449-49-2BENZENEMETHANAMINE, N,N,.ALPHA.-TRIMETHYL-

  S

1694-09-3BENZENEMETHANAMINIUM,
PHENYL]METHYLENE]-2,5-CYCLOHEXADIEN-1-YLIDENE]-N-ETHYL--SULFO-,
HYDROXIDE, INNER SALT, SODIUM SALT
100-53-8BENZENEMETHANETHIOL
100-51-6BENZENEMETHANOL
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
7568-93-6BENZENEMETHANOL, .ALPHA.-(AMINOMETHYL)-
2454-37-7BENZENEMETHANOL, 3-AMINO-.ALPHA.-METHYL-

  E

27176-87-0BENZENESULFONIC ACID, DODECYL-

  E

26264-06-2BENZENESULFONIC ACID, DODECYL-, CALCIUM SALT

  E

27323-41-7BENZENESULFONIC ACID, DODECYL-, COMPD. WITH 2,2',2"-NITRILOTRIS[ETHANOL] (1:1)

  E

25155-30-0BENZENESULFONIC ACID, DODECYL-, SODIUM SALT

  E

54590-52-2BENZENESULFONIC ACID, 4-DODECYL-, COMPD. WITH 1-AMINO-2-PROPANOL (1:1)

  E

127-82-2BENZENESULFONIC ACID, 4-HYDROXY-, ZINC SALT (2:1)
104-15-4BENZENESULFONIC ACID, 4-METHYL-
80-48-8BENZENESULFONIC ACID, 4-METHYL-, METHYL ESTER

  E

108-98-5BENZENETHIOL

  E

3615-21-2BENZIMIDAZOLE, 4,5-DICHLORO-2-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)-

  ES

50-32-8BENZO[A]PYRENE

  E

191-24-2BENZO[GHI]PERYLENE

  ES

205-82-3BENZO[J]FLUORANTHENE

  ES

207-08-9BENZO[K]FLUORANTHENE

  ES

189-55-9BENZO[RST]PENTAPHENE

  E

65-85-0BENZOIC ACID

  E

1863-63-4BENZOIC ACID, AMMONIUM SALT
136-60-7BENZOIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER
93-89-0BENZOIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
50-78-2BENZOIC ACID, 2-(ACETYLOXY)-
119-36-8BENZOIC ACID, 2-HYDROXY-, METHYL ESTER

  E

1918-00-9BENZOIC ACID, 3,6-DICHLORO-2-METHOXY-
BENZOL DILUENT

  E

100-47-0BENZONITRILE

  E

1194-65-6BENZONITRILE, 2,6-DICHLORO-

  E

98-88-4BENZOYL CHLORIDE

  S

1302-52-9BERYL (AL2BE3(SIO3)6)
*ES7440-41-7BERYLLIUM

  ES

BERYLLIUM ALUMINUM ALLOY

  ES

7787-47-5BERYLLIUM CHLORIDE (BECL2)

  E

BERYLLIUM DUST

  ES

7787-49-7BERYLLIUM FLUORIDE (BEF2)

  ES

13327-32-7BERYLLIUM HYDROXIDE (BE(OH)2)

  ES

1304-56-9BERYLLIUM OXIDE (BEO)
BICHROMATES

  E

15271-41-7BICYCLO(2.2.1)HEPTANE-2-CARBONITRILE, 5-CHLORO-6-((((METHYLAMINO)CARBONYL)OXY)IMINO)-,(1S-(1-ALPHA, 2-BETA, 4-SLPHA, 5-ALPHA, 6E))-
16219-75-3BICYCLO[2.2.1]HEPT-2-ENE, 5-ETHYLIDENE-
121-46-0BICYCLO[2.2.1]HEPTA-2,5-DIENE
507-70-0BICYCLO[2.2.1]HEPTAN-2-OL, 1,7,7-TRIMETHYL-, ENDO-
76-22-2BICYCLO[2.2.1]HEPTAN-2-ONE, 1,7,7-TRIMETHYL-
80-56-8BICYCLO[3.1.1]HEPT-2-ENE, 2,6,6-TRIMETHYL-

  E

534-07-6BIS(CHLOROMETHYL) KETONE
BIS(2-(2-CHLOROETHOXY)ETHYL)ETHER

  E

108-60-1BIS(2-CHLOROISOPROPYL)ETHER

  E

103-23-1BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ADIPATE

  S

154-93-8BISCHLOROETHYL NITROSOUREA
37293-14-4BISMUTH TELLURIDE
1304-82-1BISMUTH TELLURIDE (BI2TE3)

  E

4044-65-9BITOSCANATE

  S

BITUMENS, EXTRACTS OF STEAM REFINED AND AIR REFINED

  S

BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURE AND REPAIR (CERTAIN EXPOSURES)
10294-33-4BORANE, TRIBROMO-
97-94-9BORANE, TRIETHYL-

  E

7637-07-2BORANE, TRIFLUORO-

  E

13826-83-0BORATE(1-), TETRAFLUORO-, AMMONIUM

  E

13814-96-5BORATE(1-), TETRAFLUORO-, LEAD(2+) (2:1)
1303-96-4BORAX (B4NA2O7.10H2O)
688-74-4BORIC ACID (H3BO3), TRIBUTYL ESTER
121-43-BORIC ACID (H3BO3), TRIMETHYL ESTER
5419-55-6BORIC ACID (H3BO3), TRIS(1-METHYLETHYL) ESTER
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
13195-76-1BORIC ACID (H3BO3), TRIS(2-METHYLPROPYL) ESTER
51845-86-4BORIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER

  E

1332-07-6BORIC ACID, ZINC SALT
BORNEO CAMPHOR
54566-73-3BORON OXIDE
1303-86-2BORON OXIDE (B2O3)
1330-43-4BORON SODIUM OXIDE (B4NA2O7)

  E

10294-34-5BORON TRICHLORIDE

  E

353-42-4BORON TRIFLUORIDE COMPOUND WITH METHYL ETHER(1:1)
109-63-7BORON, TRIFLUORO[1,1'-OXYBIS[ETHANE]]-, (T-4)-

  E

28772-56-7BROMADIOLONE
7758-01-2BROMIC ACID, POTASSIUM SALT

  E

7726-95-6BROMINE
7787-71-5BROMINE FLUORIDE (BRF3)
7789-30-2BROMINE FLUORIDE (BRF5)

  E

598-31-2BROMOACETONE
BRONZING LIQUID

  E

357-57-3BRUCINE

  E

123-72-8BUTANAL
110-69-0BUTANAL, OXIME
97-96-1BUTANAL, 2-ETHYL-
96-17-3BUTANAL, 2-METHYL-
107-89-1BUTANAL, 3-HYDROXY-
590-86-3BUTANAL, 3-METHYL-
92-15-9BUTANAMIDE, N-(2-METHOXYPHENYL)-3-OXO-
97-36-9BUTANAMIDE, N-(2,4-DIMETHYLPHENYL)-3-OXO-
122-82-7BUTANAMIDE, N-(4-ETHOXYPHENYL)-3-OXO-
102-01-2BUTANAMIDE, 3-OXO-N-PHENYL-
106-97-8BUTANE
111-34-2BUTANE, 1-(ETHENYLOXY)-
109-65-9BUTANE, 1-BROMO-
109-69-3BUTANE, 1-CHLORO-
107-84-6BUTANE, 1-CHLORO-3-METHYL-
628-81-9BUTANE, 1-ETHOXY-
111-36-4BUTANE, 1-ISOCYANATO-
142-96-1BUTANE, 1,1'-OXYBIS-
616-21-7BUTANE, 1,2-DICHLORO-
110-56-5BUTANE, 1,4-DICHLORO-
78-86-4BUTANE, 2-CHLORO-
594-36-5BUTANE, 2-CHLORO-2-METHYL-
78-78-4BUTANE, 2-METHYL-
75-83-2BUTANE, 2,2-DIMETHYL-
464-06-2BUTANE, 2,2,3-TRIMETHYL-
7581-97-7BUTANE, 2,3-DICHLORO-
79-29-8BUTANE, 2,3-DIMETHYL-
3333-52-6BUTANEDINITRILE, TETRAMETHYL-

  E

121-75-5BUTANEDIOIC ACID, [(DIMETHOXYPHOSPHINOTHIOYL)THIO]-, DIETHYL ESTER

  E

815-82-7BUTANEDIOIC ACID, 2,3-DIHYDROXY- [R-(R*,R*)]-, COPPER(2+) SALT (1:1)

  E

3164-29-2BUTANEDIOIC ACID, 2,3-DIHYDROXY- [R-(R*,R*)]-, DIAMMONIUM SALT
109-74-0BUTANENITRILE

  E

107-92-6BUTANOIC ACID
109-21-7BUTANOIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER
123-20-6BUTANOIC ACID, ETHENYL ESTER
105-54-4BUTANOIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
623-42-7BUTANOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER
105-66-8BUTANOIC ACID, PROPYL ESTER
88-09-5BUTANOIC ACID, 2-ETHYL-
141-97-9BUTANOIC ACID, 3-OXO-, ETHYL ESTER
105-45-3BUTANOIC ACID, 3-OXO-, METHYL ESTER
BUTENES
BUTYL LITHIUM IN HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS

  E

4680-78-8C.I. ACID GREEN 3

  E

569-64-2C.I. BASIC GREEN 4

  E

12768-82-0C.I. BASIC ORANGE 15

  E

989-38-8C.I. BASIC RED 1
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

2832-40-8C.I. DISPERSE YELLOW 3

  E

81-88-9C.I. FOOD RED 15

  E

12002-03-8C.I. PIGMENT GREEN 21

  E

3118-97-6C.I. SOLVENT ORANGE 7

  E

842-07-9C.I. SOLVENT YELLOW 14

  E

128-66-5C.I. VAT YELLOW 4

  E

75-60-5CACODYLIC ACID
*ES7440-43-9CADMIUM

  E

7789-42-6CADMIUM BROMIDE (CDBR2)

  ES

10108-64-2CADMIUM CHLORIDE (CDCL2)

  E

CADMIUM DUST

  E

CADMIUM FUME

  ES

1306-19-0CADMIUM OXIDE (CDO)

  ES

CADMIUM POWDER

  E

2223-93-0CADMIUM STEARATE

  ES

1306-23-6CADMIUM SULFIDE (CDS)
7440-70-2CALCIUM

  E

75-20-7CALCIUM CARBIDE (CAC2)

  E

592-01-8CALCIUM CYANIDE (CA(CN)2)
1305-62-0CALCIUM HYDROXIDE (CA(OH)2)
1305-78-8CALCIUM OXIDE (CAO)
7778-18-9CALCIUM SULFATE

  E

56-25-7CANTHARIDIN

  E

51-83-2CARBACHOL CHLORIDE
17804-35-2CARBAMIC ACID, [1-[(BUTYLAMINO)CARBONYL]-1H-BENZIMIDAZOL-2-YL]-, METHYL ESTER

  ES

51-79-6CARBAMIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER

  E

26419-73-8CARBAMIC ACID, METHYL-,O-(((2,4-DIMETHYL-1, 3-DITHIOLAN-2-YL)METHYLENE)AMINO)-

  ES

615-53-2CARBAMIC ACID, METHYLNITROSO-, ETHYL ESTER

  E

1111-78-0CARBAMIC ACID, MONOAMMONIUM SALT
88-10-8CARBAMIC CHLORIDE, DIETHYL-

  ES

79-44-7CARBAMIC CHLORIDE, DIMETHYL-

  E

630-10-4CARBAMIMIDOSELENOIC ACID

  S

95-06-7CARBAMODITHIOIC ACID, DIETHYL-, 2-CHLORO-2-PROPENYL ESTER

  ES

34731-32-3CARBAMODITHIOIC ACID, 1,2-ETHANEDIYL ESTER

  E

2303-16-4CARBAMOTHIOIC ACID, BIS(1-METHYLETHYL)-, S-(2,3-DICHLORO-2-PROPENYL) ESTER
1333-86-4CARBON BLACK
124-38-9CARBON DIOXIDE

  E

75-15-0CARBON DISULFIDE

  E

630-08-0CARBON MONOXIDE

  E

463-58-1CARBON OXIDE SULFIDE (COS)

  E

10361-29-2CARBONIC ACID, AMMONIUM SALT

  ES

13106-47-3CARBONIC ACID, BERYLLIUM SALT (1:1)
30714-78-4CARBONIC ACID, BUTYL ETHYL ESTER

  E

506-87-6CARBONIC ACID, DIAMMONIUM SALT
105-58-8CARBONIC ACID, DIETHYL ESTER
616-38-6CARBONIC ACID, DIMETHYL ESTER

  E

1066-33-7CARBONIC ACID, MONOAMMONIUM SALT

  ES

16337-84-1CARBONIC ACID, NICKEL SALT

  ES

3333-67-3CARBONIC ACID, NICKEL(2+) SALT (1:1)

  ES

17237-93-3CARBONIC ACID, NICKEL(2+) SALT (2:1)

  E

3486-35-9CARBONIC ACID, ZINC SALT (1:1)

  E

75-44-5CARBONIC DICHLORIDE

  E

353-50-4CARBONIC DIFLUORIDE

  E

541-41-3CARBONOCHLORIDIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
2937-50-0CARBONOCHLORIDIC ACID, 2-PROPENYL ESTER
13889-92-4CARBONOCHLORIDOTHIOIC ACID, S-PROPYL ESTER
140-89-6CARBONODITHIOIC ACID, O-ETHYL ESTER, POTASSIUM SALT

  E

786-19-6CARBOPHENOTHION

  S

9000-07-1CARRAGEENAN

  E

CAUSTIC ARSENIC OIL
9004-34-6CELLULOSE
9004-70-0CELLULOSE, NITRATE
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
65997-15-1CEMENT, PORTLAND, CHEMICALS
21351-79-1CESIUM HYDROXIDE (CS(OH))

  E

133-90-4CHLORAMBEN

  E

CHLORDANE (TECHNICAL MIXTURE AND METABOLITES)

  E

13477-00-4CHLORIC ACID, BARIUM SALT
10137-74-3CHLORIC ACID, CALCIUM SALT
3811-04-9CHLORIC ACID, POTASSIUM SALT
7775-09-9CHLORIC ACID, SODIUM SALT

  E

10361-95-2CHLORIC ACID, ZINC SALT

  E

CHLORINATED BENZENES
55720-99-5CHLORINATED DIPHENYL OXIDE

  E

CHLORINATED ETHANES

  E

CHLORINATED NAPHTHALENE

  E

CHLORINATED PHENOLS

  E

7782-50-5CHLORINE
7790-91-2CHLORINE FLUORIDE (CLF3)

  E

10049-04-4CHLORINE OXIDE (CLO2)
7791-21-1CHLORINE OXIDE (CL2O)

  E

24934-91-6CHLORMEPHOS

  E

999-81-5CHLORMEQUAT CHLORIDE
78-95-5CHLOROACETONE

  E

CHLOROALKYL ETHERS

  E

627-11-2CHLOROETHYL CHLOROFORMATE

  E

3691-35-8CHLOROPHACINONE

  ES

CHLOROPHENOLS

  E

7790-94-5CHLOROSULFURIC ACID

  E

1897-45-6CHLOROTHALONIL
7758-19-2CHLOROUS ACID, SODIUM SALT

  E

1982-47-4CHLOROXURON

  E

21923-23-9CHLORTHIOPHOS

  E

11115-74-5CHROMIC ACID

  E

7738-94-5CHROMIC ACID
1189-85-1CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), BIS(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL) ESTER

  ES

13765-19-0CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), CALCIUM SALT (1:1)

  E

7788-98-9CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), DIAMMONIUM SALT

  E

14307-35-8CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), DILITHIUM SALT

  E

7789-00-6CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), DIPOTASSIUM SALT

  E

7775-11-3CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), DISODIUM SALT

  ES

7758-97-6CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), LEAD(2+) SALT (1:1)
13423-61-5CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), MAGNESIUM SALT (1:1)

  ES

7789-06-2CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), STRONTIUM SALT (1:1)

  ES

13530-65-9CHROMIC ACID (H2CRO4), ZINC SALT (1:1)

  E

13530-68-2CHROMIC ACID (H2CR2O7)
14307-33-6CHROMIC ACID (H2CR2O7), CALCIUM SALT (1:1)

  E

7789-09-5CHROMIC ACID (H2CR2O7), DIAMMONIUM SALT

  E

7778-50-9CHROMIC ACID (H2CR2O7), DIPOTASSIUM SALT

  E

10588-01-9CHROMIC ACID (H2CR2O7), DISODIUM SALT

  E

14018-95-2CHROMIC ACID (H2CR2O7), ZINC SALT (1:1)

  E

10025-73-7CHROMIC CHLORIDE
CHROMITE ORE PROCESSING (CHROMATE)
*ES7440-47-3CHROMIUM

  E

10049-05-5CHROMIUM CHLORIDE (CRCL2)

  ES

CHROMIUM COMPOUNDS, HEXAVALENT

  ES

11119-70-3CHROMIUM LEAD OXIDE

  S

1333-82-0CHROMIUM OXIDE (CRO3)

  E

12680-48-7CHROMIUM SODIUM OXIDE

  E

14977-61-8CHROMIUM, DICHLORODIOXO-, (T-4)-

  E

22541-79-3CHROMIUM, ION (CR2+)

  E

16065-83-1CHROMIUM, ION (CR3+)

  E

18540-29-9CHROMIUM, ION (CR6+)

  E

218-01-9CHRYSENE

  S

3697-24-3CHRYSENE, 5-METHYL-

  S

12001-29-5CHRYSOTILE (MG3H2(SIO4)2.H2O)
COAL DUST
COAL GAS
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  S

COAL GASSIFICATION PROCESS (OLDER)

  S

COAL SOOT
COAL TAR PITCH VOLATILES AS BENZENE SOLUBLES

  S

COAL TAR PITCHES

  S

COAL TARS (DURING DESTRUCTIVE DISTILLATION)
*E7440-48-4COBALT

  E

7789-43-7COBALT BROMIDE (COBR2)
37264-96-3COBALT CARBONYL

  E

10210-68-1COBALT CARBONYL

  S

COBALT CHROMIUM ALLOY
COBALT FUME

  E

62207-76-5COBALT, ((2,2'-(1,2-ETHANEDIYLBIS (NITRILOMETHYLIDYNE))BIS(6-FLUOROPHENOLATO))(2-)-N,N',O,O')-,
16842-03-8COBALT, TETRACARBONYLHYDRO-
8001-69-2COD-LIVER OIL

  ES

COKE OVEN EMISSIONS

  S

COKE PRODUCTION
COKE-OVEN GAS

  E

64-86-8COLCHICINE
COMBINED ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES

  S

7280-37-7CONJUGATED ESTROGENS: PIPERAZINE ESTRONE SULFATE

  S

16680-47-0CONJUGATED ESTROGENS: SODIUM EQUILIN SULFATE

  S

438-67-5CONJUGATED ESTROGENS: SODIUM ESTRONE SULFATE

  S

CONJUGATED OESTROGENS
*E7440-50-8COPPER

  E

7447-39-4COPPER CHLORIDE (CUCL2)

  E

544-92-3COPPER CYANIDE

  E

COPPER DUST

  E

COPPER FUME

  E

10380-29-7COPPER(2+), TETRAAMMINE-, SULFATE (1:1), MONOHYDRATE
8001-30-7CORN OIL
COTTON DUST, RAW
8001-29-4COTTONSEED OIL

  E

5836-29-3COUMATETRALYL

  ES

8001-58-9CREOSOTE

  E

535-89-7CRIMIDINE
14464-46-1CRISTOBALITE (SIO2)
CRISTOBALITE DUST

  S

12001-28-4CROCIDOLITE

  S

61105-31-5CROCIDOLITE (FE2MG3NA2(SIO3)8)

  S

53799-46-5CROCIDOLITE (FE5NA2(SIO3)8)

  E

123-73-9CROTONALDEHYDE

  ES

16071-86-6CUPRATE(2-),
BIPHENYL]-4-YL]AZO-2-HYDROXYBENZOATO(4-)]-, DISODIUM

  E

5893-66-3CUPRIC OXALATE
420-04-2CYANAMIDE

  E

156-62-7CYANAMIDE, CALCIUM SALT (1:1)
1467-79-4CYANAMIDE, DIMETHYL-
*E57-12-5CYANIDE

  E

2074-87-5CYANOGEN

  E

506-68-3CYANOGEN BROMIDE

  E

506-77-4CYANOGEN CHLORIDE

  E

506-78-5CYANOGEN IODIDE

  E

2636-26-2CYANOPHOS

  E

675-14-9CYANURIC FLUORIDE
287-23-0CYCLOBUTANE
4806-61-5CYCLOBUTANE, ETHYL-
291-64-5CYCLOHEPTANE

  E

108-91-8CYCLOHEXANAMINE
1195-42-2CYCLOHEXANAMINE, N-(1-METHYLETHYL)-
5432-61-1CYCLOHEXANAMINE, N-(2-ETHYLHEXYL)-
10108-56-2CYCLOHEXANAMINE, N-BUTYL-
101-83-7CYCLOHEXANAMINE, N-CYCLOHEXYL-
5459-93-8CYCLOHEXANAMINE, N-ETHYL-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

110-82-7CYCLOHEXANE
542-18-7CYCLOHEXANE, CHLORO-
1331-43-7CYCLOHEXANE, DIETHYL-
1678-91-7CYCLOHEXANE, ETHYL-
108-87-2CYCLOHEXANE, METHYL-

  E

1122-60-7CYCLOHEXANE, NITRO-
5124-30-1CYCLOHEXANE, 1,1'-METHYLENEBIS[4-ISOCYANATO-

  S

608-73-1CYCLOHEXANE, 1,2,3,4,5,6-HEXACHLORO-

  E

319-86-8CYCLOHEXANE, 1,2,3,4,5,6-HEXACHLORO-, (1.ALPHA.,2.ALPHA.,3.ALPHA.,4.BETA.,5.ALPHA.,6.BETA.)-

  ES

58-89-9CYCLOHEXANE, 1,2,3,4,5,6-HEXACHLORO-, (1.ALPHA.,2.ALPHA.,3.BETA.,4.ALPHA.,5.ALPHA.,6.BETA.)-

  ES

319-84-6CYCLOHEXANE, 1,2,3,4,5,6-HEXACHLORO-, (1.ALPHA.,2.ALPHA.,3.BETA.,4.ALPHA.,5.BETA.,6.BETA.)-

  ES

319-85-7CYCLOHEXANE, 1,2,3,4,5,6-HEXACHLORO-, (1.ALPHA.,2.BETA.,3.ALPHA.,4.BETA.,5.ALPHA.,6.BETA.)-
591-21-9CYCLOHEXANE, 1,3-DIMETHYL-
589-90-2CYCLOHEXANE, 1,4-DIMETHYL-
624-29-3CYCLOHEXANE, 1,4-DIMETHYL-, CIS-
2207-04-7CYCLOHEXANE, 1,4-DIMETHYL-, TRANS-

  E

4098-71-9CYCLOHEXANE, 5-ISOCYANATO-1-(ISOCYANATOMETHYL)-1,3,3-TRIMETHYL-
108-93-0CYCLOHEXANOL
25639-42-3CYCLOHEXANOL, METHYL-
1321-60-4CYCLOHEXANOL, TRIMETHYL-
116-02-9CYCLOHEXANOL, 3,3,5-TRIMETHYL-

  E

108-94-1CYCLOHEXANONE
583-60-8CYCLOHEXANONE, 2-METHYL-
110-83-8CYCLOHEXENE
100-40-3CYCLOHEXENE, 4-ETHENYL-
591-47-9CYCLOHEXENE, 4-METHYL-
1321-16-0CYCLOHEXENECARBOXALDEHYDE
287-92-3CYCLOPENTANE
1640-89-7CYCLOPENTANE, ETHYL-
96-37-7CYCLOPENTANE, METHYL-
120-92-3CYCLOPENTANONE
142-29-0CYCLOPENTENE
75-19-4CYCLOPROPANE

  E

121-21-1CYCLOPROPANECARBOXYLIC ACID, 2,2-DIMETHYL-3-(2-METHYL-1-PROPENYL)-, 2-METHYL-4-OXO-3-(2,4-PENTADIENYL)-2-CYCLOPENTEN-1-YL ESTER, [1R-[1.ALPHA.[S*()],3.BETA.]]-

  E

121-29-9CYCLOPROPANECARBOXYLIC ACID, 3-(3-METHOXY-2-METHYL-3-OXO-1-PROPENYL)-2,2-DIMETHYL-, 2-METHYL-4-OXO-3-(2,4-PENTADIENYL)-2-CYCLOPENTEN-1-YL ESTER, [R-[1.ALPHA.[S*(Z)],3.BETA.(E)]]-

  ES

18883-66-4D-GLUCOSE, 2-DEOXY-2-[[(METHYLNITROSOAMINO)CARBONYL]AMINO]-

  E

DDT AND METABOLITES

  E

17702-41-9DECABORANE(14)

  E

1163-19-5DECABROMODIPHENYL OXIDE
124-18-5DECANE

  E

919-86-8DEMETON-S-METHYL
DENATURED ALCOHOL
7782-39-0DEUTERIUM

  E

10311-84-9DIALIFOS

  E

25376-45-8DIAMINOTOLUENE

  E

823-40-5DIAMINOTOLUENE

  E

496-72-0DIAMINOTOLUENE

  ES

226-36-8DIBENZ[A,H]ACRIDINE

  ES

53-70-3DIBENZ[A,H]ANTHRACENE

  ES

224-42-0DIBENZ[A,J]ACRIDINE

  S

DIBENZO(A,L)PYRENE

  ES

189-64-0DIBENZO[B,DEF]CHRYSENE

  ES

1746-01-6DIBENZO[B,E][1,4]DIOXIN, 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORO-

  E

132-64-9DIBENZOFURAN
DIBENZOYL CHLORIDE

  E

19287-45-7DIBORANE(6)

  E

DICHLOROBENZIDINE
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

149-74-6DICHLOROMETHYLPHENLSILANE
DICHLOROPENTANES

  E

26638-19-7DICHLOROPROPANE
DICHLOROSILANE
DICHROMATES

  S

DIENOESTROL
DIESEL FUEL OIL
DIETHYL ACETOACETATE

  E

814-49-3DIETHYL CHLOROPHOSPHATE

  E

311-45-5DIETHYL-P-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHATE

  E

1642-54-2DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE CITRATE

  E

71-63-6DIGITOXIN

  S

DIGLYCIDYL RESORCINOL ETHER

  E

20830-75-5DIGOXIN

  E

115-26-4DIMEFOX

  E

60-51-5DIMETHOATE

  E

2524-03-0DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROCHLORIDOTHIOATE

  E

99-98-9DIMETHYL-P-PHENYLENEDIAMINE
DIMETHYLPIPERAZINE-CIS

  E

644-64-4DIMETILAN

  E

88-85-7DINOSEB

  E

1420-07-1DINOTERB

  E

82-66-6DIPHACINONE

  E

DIPHENYLHYDRAZINE

  E

152-16-9DIPHOSPHORAMIDE,OCTAMETHYL-

  E

107-49-3DIPHOSPHORIC ACID, TETRAETHYL ESTER
7722-88-5DIPHOSPHORIC ACID, TETRASODIUM SALT

  E

2764-72-9DIPYRIDO[1,2-A:2',1'-C]PYRAZINEDIIUM, 6,7-DIHYDRO-

  E

85-00-7DIPYRIDO[1,2-A:2',1'-C]PYRAZINEDIIUM, 6,7-DIHYDRO-, DIBROMIDE
65996-91-0DISTILLATES (COAL TAR), UPPER
2179-59-1DISULFIDE, 2-PROPENYL PROPYL
7681-57-4DISULFUROUS ACID, DISODIUM SALT
7757-74-6DISULFUROUS ACID, DISODIUM SALT

  E

514-73-8DITHIAZANINE IODIDE

  E

541-53-7DITHIOBIURET
7775-14-6DITHIONOUS ACID, DISODIUM SALT

  E

7779-86-4DITHIONOUS ACID, ZINC SALT (1:1)

  S

531-76-0DL-PHENYLALANINE, 4-[BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)AMINO]-
5350-03-8DODECANOIC ACID, PENTYL ESTER
12415-34-8EMERY

  E

316-42-7EMETINE,DIHYDROCHLORIDE

  E

ENDOSULFAN AND METABOLITES

  E

145-73-3ENDOTHALL

  E

2778-04-3ENDOTHION

  E

ENDRIN AND METABOLITES

  E

50-14-6ERGOCALCIFEROL

  E

379-79-3ERGOTAMINE TARTRATE

  S

53-16-7ESTRA-1,3,5(10)-TRIEN-17-ONE, 3-HYDROXY-

  S

50-28-2ESTRA-1,3,5(10)-TRIENE-3,17-DIOL (17.BETA.)-

  E

75-04-7ETHANAMINE

  E

109-89-7ETHANAMINE, N-ETHYL-

  ES

55-18-5ETHANAMINE, N-ETHYL-N-NITROSO-

  ES

10595-95-6ETHANAMINE, N-METHYL-N-NITROSO-

  E

121-44-8ETHANAMINE, N,N-DIETHYL-

  ES

55-86-7ETHANAMINE, 2-CHLORO-N-(2-CHLOROETHYL)-N-METHYL-, HYDROCHLORIDE

  ES

302-70-5ETHANAMINE, 2-CHLORO-N-(2-CHLOROETHYL)-N-METHYL-, N-OXIDE, HYDROCHLORIDE
74-84-0ETHANE
74-96-4ETHANE, BROMO-

  E

75-00-3ETHANE, CHLORO-
76-15-3ETHANE, CHLOROPENTAFLUORO-
1320-37-2ETHANE, DICHLOROTETRAFLUORO-
353-36-6ETHANE, FLUORO-

  E

67-72-1ETHANE, HEXACHLORO-
540-67-0ETHANE, METHOXY-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
79-24-3ETHANE, NITRO-
598-92-5ETHANE, 1-CHLORO-1-NITRO-
75-68-3ETHANE, 1-CHLORO-1,1-DIFLUORO-

  E

75-34-3ETHANE, 1,1-DICHLORO-
594-72-9ETHANE, 1,1-DICHLORO-1-NITRO-
105-57-7ETHANE, 1,1-DIETHOXY-

  E

71-55-6ETHANE, 1,1,1-TRICHLORO-

  E

630-20-6ETHANE, 1,1,1,2-TETRACHLORO-
76-11-9ETHANE, 1,1,1,2-TETRACHLORO-2,2-DIFLUORO-

  E

79-00-5ETHANE, 1,1,2-TRICHLORO-

  E

76-13-1ETHANE, 1,1,2-TRICHLORO-1,2,2-TRIFLUORO-
79-27-6ETHANE, 1,1,2,2-TETRABROMO-

  E

79-34-5ETHANE, 1,1,2,2-TETRACHLORO-
76-12-0ETHANE, 1,1,2,2-TETRACHLORO-1,2-DIFLUORO-

  E

111-91-1ETHANE, 1,1'-[METHYLENEBIS(OXY)]BIS[2-CHLORO-

  E

60-29-7ETHANE, 1,1'-OXYBIS-

  E

111-44-4ETHANE, 1,1'-OXYBIS[2-CHLORO-
627-53-2ETHANE, 1,1'-SELENOBIS-

  ES

505-60-2ETHANE, 1,1'-THIOBIS[2-CHLORO-
122-51-0ETHANE, 1,1',1"-[METHYLIDYNETRIS(OXY)]TRIS-
112-26-5ETHANE, 1,2-BIS(2-CHLOROETHOXY)-

  ES

106-93-4ETHANE, 1,2-DIBROMO-

  ES

107-06-2ETHANE, 1,2-DICHLORO-
629-14-1ETHANE, 1,2-DIETHOXY-
110-71-4ETHANE, 1,2-DIMETHOXY-
97-97-2ETHANE, 2-CHLORO-1,1-DIMETHOXY-

  E

460-19-5ETHANEDINITRILE
144-62-7ETHANEDIOIC ACID

  E

2944-67-4ETHANEDIOIC ACID, AMMONIUM IRON(3+) SALT (3:3:1)

  E

14258-49-2ETHANEDIOIC ACID, AMMONIUM SALT

  E

6009-70-7ETHANEDIOIC ACID, DIAMMONIUM SALT, MONOHYDRATE
6153-56-6ETHANEDIOIC ACID, DIHYDRATE

  E

5972-73-6ETHANEDIOIC ACID, MONOAMMONIUM SALT, MONOHYDRATE

  E

79-21-0ETHANEPEROXOIC ACID
107-71-1ETHANEPEROXOIC ACID, 1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL ESTER

  E

1622-32-8ETHANESULFONYL CHLORIDE, 2-CHLORO-

  ES

62-55-5ETHANETHIOAMIDE
75-08-1ETHANETHIOL

  E

16752-77-5ETHANIMIDOTHIOIC ACID, N-[[(METHYLAMINO)CARBONYL]OXY]-, METHYL ESTER
64-17-5ETHANOL

  E

10140-87-1ETHANOL, 1,2-AICHLORO-, ACETATE
2842-38-8ETHANOL, 2-(CYCLOHEXYLAMINO)-
102-81-8ETHANOL, 2-(DIBUTYLAMINO)-
100-37-8ETHANOL, 2-(DIETHYLAMINO)-
108-01-0ETHANOL, 2-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-
92-50-2ETHANOL, 2-(ETHYLPHENYLAMINO)-
109-83-1ETHANOL, 2-(METHYLAMINO)-
93-90-3ETHANOL, 2-(METHYLPHENYLAMINO)-
122-98-5ETHANOL, 2-(PHENYLAMINO)-
622-08-2ETHANOL, 2-(PHENYLMETHOXY)-
109-59-1ETHANOL, 2-(1-METHYLETHOXY)-
111-77-3ETHANOL, 2-(2-METHOXYETHOXY)-
4439-24-1ETHANOL, 2-(2-METHYLPROPOXY)-
136-78-7ETHANOL, 2-(2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)-, HYDROGEN SULFATE, SODIUM SALT
10138-74-6ETHANOL, 2-[(2-AMINO-1-METHYLETHYL)AMINO]-
111-41-1ETHANOL, 2-[(2-AMINOETHYL)AMINO]-
141-43-5ETHANOL, 2-AMINO-
111-76-2ETHANOL, 2-BUTOXY-

  E

107-07-3ETHANOL, 2-CHLORO-
542-58-5ETHANOL, 2-CHLORO-, ACETATE

  E

110-80-5ETHANOL, 2-ETHOXY-
111-15-9ETHANOL, 2-ETHOXY-, ACETATE
60-24-2ETHANOL, 2-MERCAPTO-

  E

109-86-4ETHANOL, 2-METHOXY-
110-49-6ETHANOL, 2-METHOXY-, ACETATE
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
102-79-4ETHANOL, 2,2'-(BUTYLIMINO)BIS-
139-87-7ETHANOL, 2,2'-(ETHYLIMINO)BIS-

  ES

1116-54-7ETHANOL, 2,2'-(NITROSOIMINO)BIS-
2160-93-2ETHANOL, 2,2'-[(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)IMINO]BIS-
91-99-6ETHANOL, 2,2'-[(3-METHYLPHENYL)IMINO]BIS-
112-27-6ETHANOL, 2,2'-[1,2-ETHANEDIYLBIS(OXY)]BIS-

  E

111-42-2ETHANOL, 2,2'-IMINOBIS-
111-46-6ETHANOL, 2,2'-OXYBIS-
111-48-8ETHANOL, 2,2'-THIOBIS-
102-71-6ETHANOL, 2,2',2"-NITRILOTRIS-

  E

98-86-2ETHANONE, 1-PHENYL-
1341-24-8ETHANONE, 1-PHENYL-, MONOCHLORO DERIV.

  E

532-27-4ETHANONE, 2-CHLORO-1-PHENYL-

  ES

4549-40-0ETHENAMINE, N-METHYL-N-NITROSO-

  E

74-85-1ETHENE

  E

110-75-8ETHENE, (2-CHLOROETHOXY)-
1663-35-0ETHENE, (2-METHOXYETHOXY)-

  E

593-60-2ETHENE, BROMO-

  ES

75-01-4ETHENE, CHLORO-
79-38-9ETHENE, CHLOROTRIFLUORO-
109-92-2ETHENE, ETHOXY-
75-02-5ETHENE, FLUORO-
107-25-5ETHENE, METHOXY-

  ES

127-18-4ETHENE, TETRACHLORO-
116-14-3ETHENE, TETRAFLUORO-
9002-84-0ETHENE, TETRAFLUORO-, HOMOPOLYMER

  E

79-01-6ETHENE, TRICHLORO-

  E

75-35-4ETHENE, 1,1-DICHLORO-
75-38-7ETHENE, 1,1-DIFLUORO-
109-93-3ETHENE, 1,1'-OXYBIS-

  E

540-59-0ETHENE, 1,2-DICHLORO-

  E

156-60-5ETHENE, 1,2-DICHLORO-, (E)-
156-59-2ETHENE, 1,2-DICHLORO-, (Z)-
463-51-4ETHENONE
ETHYL ALCOHOL AND WATER

  E

542-90-5ETHYL THIOCYANATE

  E

538-07-8ETHYLBIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)AMINE

  E

371-62-0ETHYLENE FLUOROHYDRIN
74-86-2ETHYNE
7572-29-4ETHYNE, DICHLORO-
927-80-0ETHYNE, ETHOXY-

  E

52-85-7FAMPHUR

  E

122-14-5FENITROTHION

  E

55488-87-4FERRIC AMMONIUM OXALATE
102-54-5FERROCENE

  E

7782-63-0FERROUS SULFATE
FIBROUS GLASS DUST

  S

59536-65-1FIREMASTER BP 6
65996-68-1FLUE GASES, FERROUS METAL, BLAST FURNACE

  E

4301-50-2FLUENETIL

  E

2164-17-2FLUOMETURON

  E

206-44-0FLUORANTHENE
16984-48-8FLUORIDE
FLUORIDE DUST

  E

7782-41-4FLUORINE

  E

144-49-0FLUOROACETIC ACID

  E

359-06-8FLUOROACETYL CHLORIDE

  E

51-21-8FLUOROURACIL

  ES

50-00-0FORMALDEHYDE

  E

107-16-4FORMALDEHYDE CYANOHYDRIN
75-12-7FORMAMIDE
68-12-2FORMAMIDE, N,N-DIMETHYL-

  E

23422-53-9FORMETANATE

  E

64-18-6FORMIC ACID
592-84-7FORMIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

544-18-3FORMIC ACID, COBALT(2+) SALT
109-94-4FORMIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
107-31-3FORMIC ACID, METHYL ESTER
638-49-3FORMIC ACID, PENTYL ESTER
110-74-7FORMIC ACID, PROPYL ESTER

  E

557-41-5FORMIC ACID, ZINC SALT

  E

625-55-8FORMIC ACID, 1-METHYLETHYL ESTER
542-55-2FORMIC ACID, 2-METHYLPROPYL ESTER

  E

2540-82-1FORMOTHION

  E

17702-57-7FORMPARANATE

  E

21548-32-3FOSTHIETAN

  E

3878-19-1FUBERIDAZOLE
68476-26-6FUEL GASES
8006-20-0FUEL GASES, PRODUCER GAS
8021-92-9FUEL GASES, WATER GAS
FUEL OIL

  E

628-86-4FULMINIC ACID, MERCURY(II)SALT

  E

110-00-9FURAN

  E

109-99-9FURAN, TETRAHYDRO-
96-47-9FURAN, TETRAHYDRO-2-METHYL-
534-22-5FURAN, 2-METHYL-
625-86-5FURAN, 2,5-DIMETHYL-

  S

FURNITURE AND CABINET MAKING

  E

13450-90-3GALLIUM TRICHLORIDE
86290-81-5GASOLINE
GASOLINE (CASINGHEAD)
68425-31-0GASOLINE (NATURAL GAS), NATURAL
7782-65-2GERMANE

  E

765-33-4GLYCIDYLALDEHYDE

  ES

13256-22-9GLYCINE, N-METHYL-N-NITROSO-

  ES

139-13-9GLYCINE, N,N-BIS(CARBOXYMETHYL)-

  E

60-00-4GLYCINE, N,N'-1,2-ETHANEDIYLBIS[N-(CARBOXYMETHYL)-

  E

GLYCOL ETHERS
GRAIN DUST (OAT, WHEAT, BARLEY)
7782-42-5GRAPHITE
GRAPHITE (SYNTHETIC)

  ES

70-25-7GUANIDINE, N-METHYL-N'-NITRO-N-NITROSO-
13397-24-5GYPSUM (CA(SO4).2H2O)
7440-58-6HAFNIUM

  E

HALOETHERS

  E

HALOMETHANES
7440-59-7HELIUM
HEMATITE UNDERGROUND MINING (WITH EXPOSURE TO RADON)

  E

HEPTACHLOR AND METABOLITES
142-82-5HEPTANE
123-04-6HEPTANE, 3-(CHLOROMETHYL)-
103-44-6HEPTANE, 3-[(ETHENYLOXY)METHYL]-
4032-86-4HEPTANE, 3,3-DIMETHYL-
25339-56-4HEPTENE
HEXACHLORO DIPHENYL OXIDE

  E

70-30-4HEXACHLOROPHENE

  E

1888-71-7HEXACHLOROPROPENE

  E

757-58-4HEXAETHYL TETRAPHOSPHATE

  E

4835-11-4HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE, N,N'-DIBUTYL-
66-25-1HEXANAL
123-05-7HEXANAL, 2-ETHYL-
496-03-7HEXANAL, 2-ETHYL-3-HYDROXY-
110-54-3HEXANE
25495-90-3HEXANE, CHLORO-
544-10-5HEXANE, 1-CHLORO-
112-58-3HEXANE, 1,1'-OXYBIS-
591-76-4HEXANE, 2-METHYL-
3522-94-9HEXANE, 2,2,5-TRIMETHYL-
584-94-1HEXANE, 2,3-DIMETHYL-
589-43-5HEXANE, 2,4-DIMETHYL-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
3074-77-9HEXANE, 3-ETHYL-4-METHYL-
589-34-4HEXANE, 3-METHYL-
3074-75-7HEXANE, 4-ETHYL-2-METHYL-

  E

111-69-3HEXANEDINITRILE

  E

124-04-9HEXANEDIOIC ACID
111-50-2HEXANEDIOYL DICHLORIDE
142-62-1HEXANOIC ACID
123-66-0HEXANOIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
94-04-2HEXANOIC ACID, 2-ETHYL-, ETHENYL ESTER

  ES

302-01-2HYDRAZINE
HYDRAZINE (ANHYDROUS)

  E

60-34-4HYDRAZINE, METHYL-
100-63-0HYDRAZINE, PHENYL-

  ES

10034-93-2HYDRAZINE, SULFATE (1:1)

  ES

57-14-7HYDRAZINE, 1,1-DIMETHYL-

  ES

1615-80-1HYDRAZINE, 1,2-DIETHYL-

  ES

540-73-8HYDRAZINE, 1,2-DIMETHYL-

  ES

122-66-7HYDRAZINE, 1,2-DIPHENYL-

  S

16568-02-8HYDRAZINECARBOXALDEHYDE, ETHYLIDENEMETHYL-

  S

3570-75-0HYDRAZINECARBOXALDEHYDE, 2-[4-(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)-2-THIAZOLYL]-
10034-85-2HYDRIODIC ACID
10035-10-6HYDROBROMIC ACID

  S

8020-83-5HYDROCARBON OILS

  E

7647-01-0HYDROCHLORIC ACID

  E

74-90-8HYDROCYANIC ACID

  E

7664-39-3HYDROFLUORIC ACID
1333-74-0HYDROGEN

  E

7722-84-1HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (CONC › 52 PERCENT)
7722-84-1HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (H2O2)

  E

7783-07-5HYDROGEN SELENIDE (H2SE)

  E

7783-06-4HYDROGEN SULFIDE (H2S)
61788-32-7HYDROGENATED TERPHENYLS

  E

80-15-9HYDROPEROXIDE, 1-METHYL-1-PHENYLETHYL
75-91-2HYDROPEROXIDE, 1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL

  E

123-31-9HYDROQUINONE
7803-49-8HYDROXYLAMINE

  E

7778-54-3HYPOCHLOROUS ACID, CALCIUM SALT

  E

7681-52-9HYPOCHLOROUS ACID, SODIUM SALT

  E

10022-70-5HYPOCHLOROUS ACID, SODIUM SALT, PENTAHYDRATE

  ES

193-39-5INDENO[1,2,3-CD]PYRENE
7440-74-6INDIUM

  E

INORGANIC ARSENIC
7553-56-2IODINE

  S

IRON AND STEEL FOUNDING

  E

13463-40-6IRON CARBONYL (FE(CO)5), (TB-5-11)-

  E

7758-94-3IRON CHLORIDE (FECL2)

  E

7705-08-0IRON CHLORIDE (FECL3)

  ES

9004-66-4IRON DEXTRAN

  E

7783-50-8IRON FLUORIDE (FEF3)
1309-37-1IRON OXIDE (FE2O3)

  E

IRON SALTS
14484-64-1IRON, TRIS(DIMETHYLCARBAMODITHIOATO-S,S')-, (OC-6-11)-

  E

297-78-9ISOBENZAN

  E

102-36-3ISOCYANIC ACID, 3,4-DICHLOROPHENYL ESTER

  E

465-73-6ISODRIN

  E

55-91-4ISOFLUORPHATE
31394-54-4ISOHEPTANE
26635-64-3ISOOCTANE
26952-21-6ISOOCTANOL
ISOOCTENES

  E

42504-46-1ISOPROPANOLAMINE DODECYLBENZENE SULFONATE

  S

ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL MANUFACTURE (STRONG-ACID PROCESS)

  E

108-23-6ISOPROPYL CHLOROFORMATE

  E

119-38-0ISOPROPYLMETHYLPYRAZOLYL DIMETHYLCARBAMATE
JET FUELS JET B
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
JET FUELS JP-4
JET FUELS JP-6
1332-58-7KAOLIN

  E

115-32-2KELTHANE
8008-20-6KEROSINE (PETROLEUM)

  ES

148-82-3L-PHENYLALANINE, 4-[BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)AMINO]-

  ES

115-02-6L-SERINE, DIAZOACETATE (ESTER)
8006-54-0LANOLIN
*E7439-92-1LEAD

  E

LEAD (IV) ARSONATE

  E

12612-47-4LEAD CHLORIDE

  E

7758-95-4LEAD CHLORIDE (PBCL2)

  ES

18454-12-1LEAD CHROMATE OXIDE (PB2(CRO4)O)

  E

7783-46-2LEAD FLUORIDE (PBF2)

  E

10101-63-0LEAD IODIDE (PBI2)

  E

52652-59-2LEAD STEARATE

  E

15739-80-7LEAD SULFATE

  E

1314-87-0LEAD SULFIDE (PBS)

  ES

1335-32-6LEAD, BIS(ACETATO-O)TETRAHYDROXYTRI-

  E

56189-09-4LEAD, BIS(OCTADECANOATO)DIOXODI-

  E

21609-90-5LEPTOPHOS

  E

541-25-3LEWISITE
8032-32-4LIGROINE
1317-65-3LIMESTONE
8001-26-1LINSEED OIL
LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS
7439-93-2LITHIUM
LITHIUM DICHROMATE

  E

7580-67-8LITHIUM HYDRIDE (LIH)
108-44-1M-TOLUIDINE
13717-00-5MAGNESITE (MG(CO3))
7439-95-4MAGNESIUM
1309-48-4MAGNESIUM OXIDE (MGO)

  E

109-77-3MALONONITRILE

  E

12427-38-2MANEB
*E7439-96-5MANGANESE
1317-35-7MANGANESE TETROXIDE
12079-65-1MANGANESE, TRICARBONYL(.ETA.5-2,4-CYCLOPENTADIEN-1-YL)-

  E

12108-13-3MANGANESE, TRICARBONYL[(1,2,3,4,5-.ETA.)-1-METHYL-2,4-CYCLOPENTADIEN-1-YL]-

  S

MANUFACTURE OF MAGENTA
59355-75-8MAPP

  E

51-75-2MECHLORETHAMINE

  E

108-78-1MELAMINE

  E

950-10-7MEPHOSFOLAN

  E

1600-27-7MERCURIC ACETATE

  E

7487-94-7MERCURIC CHLORIDE

  E

21908-53-2MERCURIC OXIDE
*E7439-97-6MERCURY

  E

MERCURY ALKYLS

  E

592-04-1MERCURY CYANIDE (HG(CN)2)

  E

MERCURY NON-ALKYL, VAPOR

  E

62-38-4MERCURY, (ACETATO-O)PHENYL-

  E

MERCURY, ARYL AND INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
37273-91-9METALDEHYDE

  E

7785-84-4METAPHOSPHORIC ACID (H3P3O9), TRISODIUM SALT

  E

10124-56-8METAPHOSPHORIC ACID (H6P6O18), HEXASODIUM SALT

  E

10476-95-6METHACROLEIN DIACETATE

  E

760-93-0METHACRYLIC ANHYDRIDE

  E

920-46-7METHACRYLOYL CHLORIDE

  E

30674-80-7METHACRYLOYLOXYETHYL ISOCYANATE

  E

74-89-5METHANAMINE

  E

124-40-3METHANAMINE, N-METHYL-

  ES

62-75-9METHANAMINE, N-METHYL-N-NITROSO-

  E

75-50-3METHANAMINE, N,N-DIMETHYL-
74-82-8METHANE
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

74-83-9METHANE, BROMO-
74-97-5METHANE, BROMOCHLORO-

  E

75-27-4METHANE, BROMODICHLORO-
75-63-8METHANE, BROMOTRIFLUORO-

  E

74-87-3METHANE, CHLORO-
75-45-6METHANE, CHLORODIFLUORO-

  ES

107-30-2METHANE, CHLOROMETHOXY-

  E

334-88-3METHANE, DIAZO-

  E

74-95-3METHANE, DIBROMO-

  E

124-48-1METHANE, DIBROMOCHLORO-
75-61-6METHANE, DIBROMODIFLUORO-

  ES

75-09-2METHANE, DICHLORO-

  E

75-71-8METHANE, DICHLORODIFLUORO-
75-43-4METHANE, DICHLOROFLUORO-
109-87-5METHANE, DIMETHOXY-

  ES

74-88-4METHANE, IODO-

  E

624-83-9METHANE, ISOCYANATO-
75-52-5METHANE, NITRO-
115-10-6METHANE, OXYBIS-

  ES

542-88-1METHANE, OXYBIS[CHLORO-
558-13-4METHANE, TETRABROMO-

  ES

56-23-5METHANE, TETRACHLORO-

  E

509-14-8METHANE, TETRANITRO-

  E

75-18-3METHANE, THIOBIS-

  E

75-25-2METHANE, TRIBROMO-

  ES

67-66-3METHANE, TRICHLORO-

  E

75-69-4METHANE, TRICHLOROFLUORO-
76-06-2METHANE, TRICHLORONITRO-
75-47-8METHANE, TRIIODO-

  E

594-42-3METHANESULFENYL CHLORIDE, TRICHLORO-

  ES

62-50-0METHANESULFONIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER

  ES

66-27-3METHANESULFONIC ACID, METHYL ESTER

  E

558-25-8METHANESULFONYL FLUORIDE

  E

74-93-1METHANETHIOL

  S

55738-54-0METHANIMIDAMIDE, N,N-DIMETHYL-N'-[5-[2-(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)ETHENYL]-1,3,4-OXADIAZOL-2-YL]-, (E)-

  E

67-56-1METHANOL

  S

590-96-5METHANOL, (METHYL-ONN-AZOXY)-

  S

592-62-1METHANOL, (METHYL-ONN-AZOXY)-, ACETATE (ESTER)

  S

794-93-4METHANOL, [[6-[2-(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)ETHENYL]-1,2,4-TRIAZIN-3-YL]IMINO]BIS-

  E

124-41-4METHANOL, SODIUM SALT

  ES

90-94-8METHANONE, BIS[4-(DIMETHYLAMINO)PHENYL]-

  S

METHOXSALEN WITH ULTRA-VIOLET A THERAPHY

  E

151-38-2METHOXYETHYLMERCURIC ACETATE

  E

79-22-1METHYL CHLOROFORMATE

  E

624-92-0METHYL DISULFIDE

  E

556-61-6METHYL ISOTHIOCYANATE

  E

3735-23-7METHYL PHENKAPTON

  E

676-97-1METHYL PHOSPHONIC DICHLORIDE

  E

1634-04-4METHYL TERT-BUTYL ETHER

  E

556-64-9METHYL THIOCYANATE

  E

80-63-7METHYL 2-CHLOROACRYLATE

  E

502-39-6METHYLMERCURIC DICYANAMIDE

  E

1129-41-5METOLCARB
12001-26-2MICA-GROUP MINERALS
MINERAL OIL MIST
MINERAL WOOL FIBER
7439-98-7MOLYBDENUM

  E

1313-27-5MOLYBDENUM TRIOXIDE
MONO-(TRICHLORO) TETRA (MONOPOTASSIUM DICHLORO)-PENTA-S-TRIAZINE-TRIONE
MONOCHLORO-S-TRIAZINETRIONE ACID
MONOMETHYL ANILINE
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  S

MOPP (COMBINED THERAPY WITH NITROGEN MUSTARD, VINCRISTINE, PROCARBAZINE, AND PR EDNISONE) AND OTHER COMBINED CHEMOTHERAPY INCLUDING ALKYLATING AGENTS
110-91-8MORPHOLINE
141-91-3MORPHOLINE, 2,6-DIMETHYL-
1696-20-4MORPHOLINE, 4-ACETYL-
100-74-3MORPHOLINE, 4-ETHYL-
109-02-4MORPHOLINE, 4-METHYL-

  ES

59-89-2MORPHOLINE, 4-NITROSO-
92-53-5MORPHOLINE, 4-PHENYL-
MOTOR FUEL ANTIKNOCK COMPOUNDS

  E

2763-96-4MUSCIMOL
8030-30-6NAPHTHA
NAPHTHA V.M.+ P., HIGH FLASH
NAPHTHA V.M.+ P., REGULAR
NAPHTHA V.M.+ P., 50 DEGREES FLASH
NAPHTHA 49 DEGREE BE-COAL TAR TYPE

  E

91-20-3NAPHTHALENE
73090-68-3NAPHTHALENE, (1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-1,2,3,4-TETRAHYDRO-
91-17-8NAPHTHALENE, DECAHYDRO-

  E

1335-87-1NAPHTHALENE, HEXACHLORO-

  E

2234-13-1NAPHTHALENE, OCTACHLORO-
1321-64-8NAPHTHALENE, PENTACHLORO-
1320-27-0NAPHTHALENE, PENTYL-
1335-88-2NAPHTHALENE, TETRACHLORO-
1321-65-9NAPHTHALENE, TRICHLORO-
90-12-0NAPHTHALENE, 1-METHYL-
119-64-2NAPHTHALENE, 1,2,3,4-TETRAHYDRO-

  E

91-58-7NAPHTHALENE, 2-CHLORO-

  E

1338-24-5NAPHTHENIC ACIDS

  ES

192-65-4NAPHTHO[1,2,3,4-DEF]CHRYSENE
8006-14-2NATURAL GAS
7440-01-9NEON
*ES7440-02-0NICKEL

  ES

13463-39-3NICKEL CARBONYL (NI(CO)4), (T-4)-

  E

NICKEL CATALYST

  E

37211-05-5NICKEL CHLORIDE

  E

7718-54-9NICKEL CHLORIDE (NICL2)

  E

557-19-7NICKEL CYANIDE

  E

11113-74-9NICKEL HYDROXIDE

  E

12054-48-7NICKEL HYDROXIDE

  ES

11099-02-8NICKEL OXIDE

  ES

1313-99-1NICKEL OXIDE (NIO)

  ES

1314-06-3NICKEL OXIDE (NI2O3)

  ES

NICKEL REFINING

  ES

12035-72-2NICKEL SULFIDE (NI3S2)

  E

NICKEL SULFIDE ROASTING FUME AND DUST

  S

1271-28-9NICKELOCENE

  E

65-30-5NICOTINE SULFATE

  E

7697-37-2NITRIC ACID

  E

6484-52-2NITRIC ACID AMMONIUM SALT
7757-79-1NITRIC ACID POTASSIUM SALT

  E

7761-88-8NITRIC ACID SILVER(1+) SALT
7631-99-4NITRIC ACID SODIUM SALT

  E

10022-31-8NITRIC ACID, BARIUM SALT

  E

13597-99-4NITRIC ACID, BERYLLIUM SALT

  E

7787-55-5NITRIC ACID, BERYLLIUM SALT, TRIHYDRATE
928-45-0NITRIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER
10141-05-6NITRIC ACID, COBALT(2+) SALT

  E

3251-23-8NITRIC ACID, COPPER(2+) SALT
625-58-1NITRIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER

  E

10421-48-4NITRIC ACID, IRON(3+) SALT

  E

10099-74-8NITRIC ACID, LEAD(2+) SALT
10377-60-3NITRIC ACID, MAGNESIUM SALT

  E

10415-75-5NITRIC ACID, MERCURY(1+) SALT
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

7782-86-7NITRIC ACID, MERCURY(1+) SALT, MONOHYDRATE

  E

10045-94-0NITRIC ACID, MERCURY(2+) SALT

  E

14216-75-2NITRIC ACID, NICKEL SALT

  E

13138-45-9NITRIC ACID, NICKEL(2+) SALT
1002-16-0NITRIC ACID, PENTYL ESTER
627-13-4NITRIC ACID, PROPYL ESTER
10042-76-9NITRIC ACID, STRONTIUM SALT
13823-29-5NITRIC ACID, THORIUM(4+) SALT

  E

15905-86-9NITRIC ACID, URANIUM SALT

  E

7779-88-6NITRIC ACID, ZINC SALT

  E

13746-89-9NITRIC ACID, ZIRCONIUM(4+) SALT
NITRIC ETHER
7727-37-9NITROGEN
7783-54-2NITROGEN FLUORIDE (NF3)

  E

10102-43-9NITROGEN OXIDE (NO)

  E

10102-44-0NITROGEN OXIDE (NO2)
12033-49-7NITROGEN OXIDE (NO3)
10544-73-7NITROGEN OXIDE (N2O3)

  E

10544-72-6NITROGEN OXIDE (N2O4)

  E

NITROPHENOLS

  E

NITROSAMINES
109-95-5NITROUS ACID, ETHYL ESTER

  E

7632-00-0NITROUS ACID, SODIUM SALT
10024-97-2NITROUS OXIDE
111-84-2NONANE
27215-95-8NONENE

  E

991-42-4NORBORMIDE

  E

3288-58-2O,O-DIETHYL S-METHYL DITHIOPHOSPHATE

  E

7428-48-0OCTADECANOIC ACID, LEAD SALT

  E

1072-35-1OCTADECANOIC ACID, LEAD(2+) SALT

  E

557-05-1OCTADECANOIC ACID, ZINC SALT
111-65-9OCTANE
3221-61-2OCTANE, 2-METHYL-
2216-33-3OCTANE, 3-METHYL-
2216-34-4OCTANE, 4-METHYL-
106-32-1OCTANOIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
111-64-8OCTANOYL CHLORIDE
8001-86-3OILS, BOLEKO
8008-51-3OILS, CAMPHOR
8016-28-2OILS, LARD
8007-40-7OILS, MUSTARD
68334-28-1OILS, VEGETABLE, HYDROGENATED
OLEO OIL
ORGANO(ALKYL)MERCURY

  E

ORGANORHODIUM COMPLEX (PMN-82-147)

  E

20816-12-0OSMIUM OXIDE (OSO4), (T-4)-

  E

630-60-4OUABAIN

  E

23135-22-0OXAMYL

  E

78-71-7OXETANE, 3,3-BIS(CHLOROMETHYL)-

  ES

75-21-8OXIRANE
2426-08-6OXIRANE, (BUTOXYMETHYL)-

  ES

106-89-8OXIRANE, (CHLOROMETHYL)-
122-60-1OXIRANE, (PHENOXYMETHYL)-
4016-14-2OXIRANE, [(1-METHYLETHOXY)METHYL]-
106-92-3OXIRANE, [(2-PROPENYLOXY)METHYL]-
930-22-3OXIRANE, ETHENYL-

  E

106-88-7OXIRANE, ETHYL-

  ES

75-56-9OXIRANE, METHYL-

  E

96-09-3OXIRANE, PHENYL-

  E

2238-07-5OXIRANE, 2,2'-[OXYBIS(METHYLENE)]BIS-

  S

765-34-4OXIRANECARBOXALDEHYDE

  E

556-52-5OXIRANEMETHANOL

  E

2497-07-6OXYDISULFOTON
7782-44-7OXYGEN
7783-41-7OXYGEN FLUORIDE (OF2)
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

10028-15-6OZONE
8002-74-2PARAFFIN WAXES AND HYDROCARBON WAXES

  E

30525-89-4PARAFORMALDEHYDE
PARTICULATE POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS
8002-03-7PEANUT OIL
PENT-ACETATE

  E

19624-22-7PENTABORANE(9)

  E

76-01-7PENTACHLOROETHANE

  E

2570-26-5PENTADECYLAMINE
110-62-3PENTANAL
73513-30-1PENTANAL, METHYL-
123-15-9PENTANAL, 2-METHYL-
32749-94-3PENTANAL, 2,3-DIMETHYL-
109-66-0PENTANE
110-53-2PENTANE, 1-BROMO-
543-59-9PENTANE, 1-CHLORO-
872-10-6PENTANE, 1,1'-THIOBIS-
628-76-2PENTANE, 1,5-DICHLORO-
107-83-5PENTANE, 2-METHYL-
564-02-3PENTANE, 2,2,3-TRIMETHYL-
7154-79-2PENTANE, 2,2,3,3-TETRAMETHYL-
1186-53-4PENTANE, 2,2,3,4-TETRAMETHYL-
540-84-1PENTANE, 2,2,4-TRIMETHYL-
565-59-3PENTANE, 2,3-DIMETHYL-
560-21-4PENTANE, 2,3,3-TRIMETHYL-
108-08-7PENTANE, 2,4-DIMETHYL-
609-26-7PENTANE, 3-ETHYL-2-METHYL-
1068-87-7PENTANE, 3-ETHYL-3,4-DIMETHYL-
96-14-0PENTANE, 3-METHYL-
760-21-4PENTANE, 3-METHYLENE-
1067-20-5PENTANE, 3,3-DIETHYL-
111-30-8PENTANEDIAL
109-52-4PENTANOIC ACID
25167-70-8PENTENE, 2,4,4-TRIMETHYL-
PERACETIC ACID DILUTED WITH 60 OF ACETIC ACID
7601-90-3PERCHLORIC ACID
7790-98-9PERCHLORIC ACID, AMMONIUM SALT
10034-81-8PERCHLORIC ACID, MAGNESIUM SALT
7778-74-7PERCHLORIC ACID, POTASSIUM SALT
7601-89-0PERCHLORIC ACID, SODIUM SALT
7616-94-6PERCHLORYL FLUORIDE
PERLITE DUST
13446-10-1PERMANGANIC ACID (HMNO4), AMMONIUM SALT

  E

7722-64-7PERMANGANIC ACID (HMNO4), POTASSIUM SALT
105-74-8PEROXIDE, BIS(1-OXODODECYL)
110-05-4PEROXIDE, BIS(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)
110-22-5PEROXIDE, DIACETYL

  E

94-36-0PEROXIDE, DIBENZOYL
628-37-5PEROXIDE, DIETHYL
105-64-6PEROXYDICARBONIC ACID, BIS(1-METHYLETHYL) ESTER
7727-21-1PEROXYDISULFURIC ACID ([(HO)S(O)2]2O2), DIPOTASSIUM SALT
8002-05-9PETROLEUM
PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
68476-85-7PETROLEUM GASES, LIQUEFIED

  E

85-01-8PHENANTHRENE

  E

108-95-2PHENOL
1333-13-7PHENOL, (1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-3-METHYL-

  S

53894-28-3PHENOL, [[(2-AMINOETHYL)AMINO]METHYL]-
73090-69-4PHENOL, CHLORO-4-(1,1-DIMETHYLPROPYL)-

  E

1300-71-6PHENOL, DIMETHYL-

  E

25550-58-7PHENOL, DINITRO-

  E

1319-77-3PHENOL, METHYL-

  E

25154-55-6PHENOL, NITRO-
25154-52-3PHENOL, NONYL-

  E

87-86-5PHENOL, PENTACHLORO-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  E

25167-82-2PHENOL, TRICHLORO-

  E

114-26-1PHENOL, 2-(1-METHYLETHOXY)-, METHYLCARBAMATE
89-72-5PHENOL, 2-(1-METHYLPROPYL)-

  E

95-57-8PHENOL, 2-CHLORO-
98-28-2PHENOL, 2-CHLORO-4-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-
42350-99-2PHENOL, 2-CHLORO-4,6-BIS(1,1-DIMETHYLPROPYL)-
119-42-6PHENOL, 2-CYCLOHEXYL-

  E

95-48-7PHENOL, 2-METHYL-

  E

534-52-1PHENOL, 2-METHYL-4,6-DINITRO-

  E

88-75-5PHENOL, 2-NITRO-
136-81-2PHENOL, 2-PENTYL-

  E

4418-66-0PHENOL, 2,2'-THIOBIS(4-CHLORO-6-METHYL)-

  E

15950-66-0PHENOL, 2,3,4-TRICHLORO-

  E

933-78-8PHENOL, 2,3,5-TRICHLORO-

  E

933-75-5PHENOL, 2,3,6-TRICHLORO-

  E

120-83-2PHENOL, 2,4-DICHLORO-

  E

105-67-9PHENOL, 2,4-DIMETHYL-

  E

51-28-5PHENOL, 2,4-DINITRO-
138-00-1PHENOL, 2,4-DIPENTYL-

  E

95-95-4PHENOL, 2,4,5-TRICHLORO-

  ES

88-06-2PHENOL, 2,4,6-TRICHLORO-

  E

88-89-1PHENOL, 2,4,6-TRINITRO-

  E

329-71-5PHENOL, 2,5-DINITRO-
128-37-0PHENOL, 2,6-BIS(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-4-METHYL-

  E

573-56-8PHENOL, 2,6-DINITRO-

  E

64-00-6PHENOL, 3-(1-METHYLETHYL)-, METHYLCARBAMATE

  E

108-39-4PHENOL, 3-METHYL-

  E

554-84-7PHENOL, 3-NITRO-

  E

609-19-8PHENOL, 3,4,5-TRICHLORO-

  E

2032-65-7PHENOL, 3,5-DIMETHYL-4-(METHYLTHIO)-, METHYLCARBAMATE

  E

315-18-4PHENOL, 4-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-3,5-DIMETHYL-, METHYLCARBAMATE (ESTER)
98-27-1PHENOL, 4-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-2-METHYL-
80-46-6PHENOL, 4-(1,1-DIMETHYLPROPYL)-
106-48-9PHENOL, 4-CHLORO-

  E

59-50-7PHENOL, 4-CHLORO-3-METHYL-
123-07-9PHENOL, 4-ETHYL-
150-76-5PHENOL, 4-METHOXY-

  E

106-44-5PHENOL, 4-METHYL-

  E

100-02-7PHENOL, 4-NITRO-

  ES

56-53-1PHENOL, 4,4'-(1,2-DIETHYL-1,2-ETHENEDIYL)BIS-, (E)-
96-69-5PHENOL, 4,4'-THIOBIS[2-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-5-METHYL-

  E

97-18-7PHENOL,2,2'-THIOBIS(4,6-DICHLORO-

  E

58-90-2PHENOL,2,3,4,6-TETRACHLORO-

  E

58-36-6PHENOXARSINE, 10,10'-OXYDI-

  S

PHENOXYACETIC ACID HERBICIDES

  E

696-28-6PHENYL DICHLOROARSINE
PHENYL ETHER-BIPHENYL MIXTURE

  E

59-88-1PHENYLHYDRAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE

  E

2097-19-0PHENYLSILATRANE

  E

103-85-5PHENYLTHIOUREA

  E

947-02-4PHOSFOLAN

  E

732-11-6PHOSMET

  E

7803-51-2PHOSPHINE
638-21-1PHOSPHINE, PHENYL-

  E

52-68-6PHOSPHONIC ACID, (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-1-HYDROXYETHYL)-, DIMETHYL ESTER
1809-19-4PHOSPHONIC ACID, DIBUTYL ESTER

  E

944-22-9PHOSPHONODITHIOIC ACID, ETHYL-, O-ETHYL S-PHENYL ESTER

  E

2703-13-1PHOSPHONOTHIOIC ACID, METHYL-, O-ETHYL O-(4-(METHYLTHIO)PHENYL)ESTER

  E

2665-30-7PHOSPHONOTHIOIC ACID, METHYL-,O-(4-NITROPHENYL)O-PHENYL ESTER

  E

50782-69-9PHOSPHONOTHIOIC ACID, METHYL-,S-(2-(BIS(1-METHYLETHYL)AMINO)ETHYL) O-ETHYL ESTER

  E

2104-64-5PHOSPHONOTHIOIC ACID, PHENYL-, O-ETHYL O-(4-NITROPHENYL) ESTER

  E

22224-92-6PHOSPHORAMIDIC ACID, (1-METHYLETHYL)-, ETHYL 3-METHYL-4-(METHYLTHIO)PHENYL ESTER
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
299-86-5PHOSPHORAMIDIC ACID, METHYL-, 2-CHLORO-4-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)PHENYL METHYL ESTER

  E

4104-14-7PHOSPHORAMIDOTHIOIC ACID, (1-IMINOETHYL)-, O,O-BIS(4-CHLOROPHENYL) ESTER

  E

10265-92-6PHOSPHORAMIDOTHIOIC ACID, O,S-DIMETHYL ESTER

  E

10026-13-8PHOSPHORANE, PENTACHLORO-

  E

7664-38-2PHOSPHORIC ACID
126-73-8PHOSPHORIC ACID TRIBUTYL ESTER

  ES

35089-00-0PHOSPHORIC ACID, BERYLLIUM SALT

  ES

13598-15-7PHOSPHORIC ACID, BERYLLIUM SALT (1:1)

  ES

13598-26-0PHOSPHORIC ACID, BERYLLIUM SALT (2:3)
107-66-4PHOSPHORIC ACID, DIBUTYL ESTER

  E

6923-22-4PHOSPHORIC ACID, DIMETHYL 1-METHYL-3-(METHYLAMINO)-3-OXO-1-PROPENYL ESTER, (E)-

  E

3254-63-5PHOSPHORIC ACID, DIMETHYL 4-(METHYLTHIO) PHENYL ESTER

  E

7558-79-4PHOSPHORIC ACID, DISODIUM SALT

  E

10039-32-4PHOSPHORIC ACID, DISODIUM SALT, DODECAHYDRATE

  E

10140-65-5PHOSPHORIC ACID, DISODIUM SALT, HYDRATE

  ES

7446-27-7PHOSPHORIC ACID, LEAD(2+) SALT (2:3)
18351-85-4PHOSPHORIC ACID, MONO(2-METHYLPHENYL) ESTER
115-86-6PHOSPHORIC ACID, TRIPHENYL ESTER
78-30-8PHOSPHORIC ACID, TRIS(2-METHYLPHENYL) ESTER

  E

7601-54-9PHOSPHORIC ACID, TRISODIUM SALT

  E

10361-89-4PHOSPHORIC ACID, TRISODIUM SALT, DECAHYDRATE

  E

10101-89-0PHOSPHORIC ACID, TRISODIUM SALT, DODECAHYDRATE

  E

300-76-5PHOSPHORIC ACID, 1,2-DIBROMO-2,2-DICHLOROETHYL DIMETHYL ESTER

  E

470-90-6PHOSPHORIC ACID, 2-CHLORO-1-(2,4-DICHLOROPHENYL)ETHENYL DIETHYL ESTER

  E

13171-21-6PHOSPHORIC ACID, 2-CHLORO-3-(DIETHYLAMINO)-1-METHYL-3-OXO-1-PROPENYL DIMETHYL ESTER

  E

62-73-7PHOSPHORIC ACID, 2,2-DICHLOROETHENYL DIMETHYL ESTER

  E

141-66-2PHOSPHORIC ACID, 3-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-1-METHYL-3-OXO-1-PROPENYL DIMETHYL ESTER, (E)-

  ES

680-31-9PHOSPHORIC TRIAMIDE, HEXAMETHYL-
35400-43-2PHOSPHORODITHIOIC ACID, O-ETHYL O-[4-(METHYLTHIO)PHENYL] S-PROPYL ESTER

  E

13194-48-4PHOSPHORODITHIOIC ACID, O-ETHYL S,S-DIPROPYL ESTER

  E

298-02-2PHOSPHORODITHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIETHYL S-[(ETHYLTHIO)METHYL] ESTER

  E

298-04-4PHOSPHORODITHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIETHYL S-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL] ESTER

  E

86-50-0PHOSPHORODITHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIMETHYL S-[(4-OXO-1,2,3-BENZOTRIAZIN-3(4H)-YL)METHYL] ESTER

  E

950-37-8PHOSPHORODITHIOIC ACID, S-[(5-METHOXY-2-OXO-1,3,4-THIADIAZOL-3(2H)-YL)METHYL] O,O-DIMETHYL ESTER

  E

563-12-2PHOSPHORODITHIOIC ACID, S,S'-METHYLENE O,O,O',O'-TETRAETHYL ESTER

  E

78-34-2PHOSPHORODITHIOIC ACID, S,S'-1,4-DIOXANE-2,3-DIYL O,O,O',O'-TETRAETHYL ESTER

  E

56-72-4PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O-(3-CHLORO-4-METHYL-2-OXO-2H-1-BENZOPYRAN-7-YL) O,O-DIETHYL ESTER
8022-00-2PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL] O,O-DIMETHYL ESTER, MIXT. WITH S-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL] O,O-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

  E

2921-88-2PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIETHYL O-(3,5,6-TRICHLORO-2-PYRIDINYL) ESTER

  E

56-38-2PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIETHYL O-(4-NITROPHENYL) ESTER

  E

8065-48-3PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIETHYL O-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL] ESTER, MIXT. WITH O,O-DIETHYL S-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL] PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

  E

115-90-2PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIETHYL O-[4-(METHYLSULFINYL)PHENYL] ESTER

  E

333-41-5PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIETHYL O-[6-METHYL-2-(1-METHYLETHYL)-4-PYRIMIDINYL] ESTER
299-84-3PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIMETHYL O-(2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENYL) ESTER

  E

298-00-0PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIMETHYL O-(4-NITROPHENYL) ESTER
55-38-9PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIMETHYL O-[3-METHYL-4-(METHYLTHIO)PHENYL] ESTER

  E

2587-90-8PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIMETHYL-S-(2-METHYLTHIO)ETHYL ESTER
3383-96-8PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O'-(THIODI-4,1-PHENYLENE) O,O,O',O'-TETRAMETHYL ESTER
109-47-7PHOSPHOROUS ACID, DIBUTYL ESTER
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
102-85-2PHOSPHOROUS ACID, TRIBUTYL ESTER
121-45-9PHOSPHOROUS ACID, TRIMETHYL ESTER

  E

7719-12-2PHOSPHOROUS TRICHLORIDE

  E

7723-14-0PHOSPHORUS

  E

1314-56-3PHOSPHORUS PENTOXIDE

  E

1314-80-3PHOSPHORUS SULFIDE (P2S5)
1314-85-8PHOSPHORUS SULFIDE (P4S3)

  E

10025-87-3PHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE

  E

PHTHALATE ESTERS

  E

57-47-6PHYSOSTIGMINE

  E

57-64-7PHYSOSTIGMINE, SALICYLATE (1:1)

  E

124-87-8PICROTOXIN
PINE TAR OIL
110-85-0PIPERAZINE
142-64-3PIPERAZINE, DIHYDROCHLORIDE
109-01-3PIPERAZINE, 1-METHYL-

  E

110-89-4PIPERIDINE

  ES

100-75-4PIPERIDINE, 1-NITROSO-
104-89-2PIPERIDINE, 5-ETHYL-2-METHYL-

  E

5281-13-0PIPROTAL

  E

23505-41-1PIRIMIFOS-ETHYL
26499-65-0PLASTER OF PARIS
7440-06-4PLATINUM
PLATINUM SOLUBLE SALTS

  S

15663-27-1PLATINUM, DIAMMINEDICHLORO-, (SP-4-2)-

  E

78-00-2PLUMBANE, TETRAETHYL-

  E

75-74-1PLUMBANE, TETRAMETHYL-
9002-81-7POLY(OXYMETHYLENE)
9015-98-9POLY(OXYMETHYLENE), .ALPHA.-HYDRO-.OMEGA.-HYDROXY-

  E

53467-11-1POLY[OXY(METHYL-1,2-ETHANEDIYL)], .ALPHA.-[(2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)ACETYL]-.OMEGA.-BUTOXY-

  E

POLYBROMINATED BIPHENYLS (PBBS)
POLYCHLOROBIPHENYLS

  E

POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS
7440-09-7POTASSIUM
11135-81-2POTASSIUM ALLOY, NONBASE, K,NA

  E

151-50-8POTASSIUM CYANIDE (K(CN))

  E

1310-58-3POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE (K(OH))
17014-71-0POTASSIUM PEROXIDE (K2(O2))

  E

506-61-6POTASSIUM SILVER CYANIDE
37248-34-3POTASSIUM SULFIDE
1312-73-8POTASSIUM SULFIDE (K2S)
PRECIPITATED SILICA

  S

57-83-0PREGN-4-ENE-3,20-DIONE

  E

2631-37-0PROMECARB

  E

123-38-6PROPANAL

  E

78-84-2PROPANAL, 2-METHYL-

  E

116-06-3PROPANAL, 2-METHYL-2-(METHYLTHIO)-, O-[(METHYLAMINO)CARBONYL]OXIME
2806-85-1PROPANAL, 3-ETHOXY-
74-98-6PROPANE
109-53-5PROPANE, 1-(ETHENYLOXY)-2-METHYL-
106-94-5PROPANE, 1-BROMO-
540-54-5PROPANE, 1-CHLORO-
600-25-9PROPANE, 1-CHLORO-1-NITRO-
513-36-0PROPANE, 1-CHLORO-2-METHYL-
628-32-0PROPANE, 1-ETHOXY-
557-17-5PROPANE, 1-METHOXY-
108-03-2PROPANE, 1-NITRO-

  E

78-99-9PROPANE, 1,1-DICHLORO-
595-44-8PROPANE, 1,1-DICHLORO-1-NITRO-
111-43-3PROPANE, 1,1'-OXYBIS-

  ES

96-12-8PROPANE, 1,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLORO-

  E

78-87-5PROPANE, 1,2-DICHLORO-

  E

96-18-4PROPANE, 1,2,3-TRICHLORO-

  E

142-28-9PROPANE, 1,3-DICHLORO-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
926-65-8PROPANE, 2-(ETHENYLOXY)-
75-29-6PROPANE, 2-CHLORO-
507-20-0PROPANE, 2-CHLORO-2-METHYL-
594-71-8PROPANE, 2-CHLORO-2-NITRO-
75-28-5PROPANE, 2-METHYL-

  ES

79-46-9PROPANE, 2-NITRO-
463-82-1PROPANE, 2,2-DIMETHYL-
108-20-3PROPANE, 2,2'-OXYBIS-
63283-80-7PROPANE, 2,2'-OXYBIS[DICHLORO-

  E

39638-32-9PROPANE, 2,2'-OXYBIS[2-CHLORO-
2698-41-1PROPANEDINITRILE, [(2-CHLOROPHENYL)METHYLENE]-

  E

107-12-0PROPANENITRILE

  E

78-97-7PROPANENITRILE, 2-HYDROXY-

  E

75-86-5PROPANENITRILE, 2-HYDROXY-2-METHYL-

  E

78-82-0PROPANENITRILE, 2-METHYL-
78-67-1PROPANENITRILE, 2,2'-AZOBIS[2-METHYL-
702-03-4PROPANENITRILE, 3-(CYCLOHEXYLAMINO)-
109-78-4PROPANENITRILE, 3-HYDROXY-
110-67-8PROPANENITRILE, 3-METHOXY-
927-07-1PROPANEPEROXOIC ACID, 2,2-DIMETHYL-, 1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL ESTER

  E

79-09-4PROPANOIC ACID

  E

123-62-6PROPANOIC ACID, ANHYDRIDE
590-01-2PROPANOIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER
105-38-4PROPANOIC ACID, ETHENYL ESTER
105-37-3PROPANOIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
554-12-1PROPANOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER
106-36-5PROPANOIC ACID, PROPYL ESTER

  E

93-72-1PROPANOIC ACID, 2-(2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-

  E

32534-95-5PROPANOIC ACID, 2-(2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY)-, ISOOCTYL ESTER
138-22-7PROPANOIC ACID, 2-HYDROXY-, BUTYL ESTER
97-64-3PROPANOIC ACID, 2-HYDROXY-, ETHYL ESTER
617-51-6PROPANOIC ACID, 2-HYDROXY-, 1-METHYLETHYL ESTER

  E

79-31-2PROPANOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-
97-62-1PROPANOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-, ETHYL ESTER

  S

3771-19-5PROPANOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-2-[4-(1,2,3,4-TETRAHYDRO-1-NAPHTHALENYL)PHENOX Y]-

  E

75-99-0PROPANOIC ACID, 2,2-DICHLORO-
10213-74-8PROPANOIC ACID, 3-(2-ETHYLBUTOXY)-
4324-38-3PROPANOIC ACID, 3-ETHOXY-
34590-94-8PROPANOL, (2-METHOXYMETHYLETHOXY)-
25265-71-8PROPANOL, OXYBIS-
79-03-8PROPANOYL CHLORIDE

  E

542-76-7PROPIONITRILE, 3-CHLORO-

  E

70-69-9PROPIOPHENONE, 4'-AMINO-

  E

109-61-5PROPYL CHLOROFORMATE
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOACRYLATE

  E

2275-18-5PROTHOATE

  E

95-63-6PSEUDOCUMENE

  E

109-08-0PYRAZINE, METHYL-

  E

129-00-0PYRENE

  E

8003-34-7PYRETHRINS AND PYRETHROIDS

  E

110-86-1PYRIDINE
1929-82-4PYRIDINE, 2-CHLORO-6-(TRICHLOROMETHYL)-
5408-74-2PYRIDINE, 2-ETHENYL-5-ETHYL-

  E

109-06-8PYRIDINE, 2-METHYL-

  E

54-11-5PYRIDINE, 3-(1-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDINYL)-, (S)-

  ES

16543-55-8PYRIDINE, 3-(1-NITROSO-2-PYRROLIDINYL)-, (S)-
108-89-4PYRIDINE, 4-METHYL-

  E

1124-33-0PYRIDINE, 4-NITRO-, 1-OXIDE
104-90-5PYRIDINE, 5-ETHYL-2-METHYL-

  E

140-76-1PYRIDINE,2-METHYL-5-VINYL-

  E

504-24-5PYRIDINE,4-AMINO-

  E

53558-25-1PYRIMINIL
PYROXYLIN SOLUTION
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
123-75-1PYRROLIDINE
120-94-5PYRROLIDINE, 1-METHYL-

  ES

930-55-2PYRROLIDINE, 1-NITROSO-
14808-60-7QUARTZ (SIO2)
QUARTZ DUST
QUENCHING OIL

  E

91-22-5QUINOLINE

  E

56-57-5QUINOLINE, 4-NITRO-, 1-OXIDE

  E

RADIONUCLIDES
7440-16-6RHODIUM
RHODIUM FUME
ROSIN CORE SOLDER PYROLYSIS PRODUCTS

  S

RUBBER INDUSTRY (MANUFACTURE)
RUBBER SOLVENT
1317-80-2RUTILE (TIO2)

  E

14167-18-1SALCOMINE

  E

107-44-8SARIN

  E

513-49-5SEC-BUTYLAMINE
108-84-9SEC-HEXYL ACETATE
41444-43-3SEC-PENTANAMINE

  E

10102-18-8SELENIOUS ACID, DISODIUM SALT
*E7782-49-2SELENIUM

  E

7488-56-4SELENIUM DISULFIDE
7783-79-1SELENIUM FLUORIDE (SEF6), (OC-6-11)-

  E

7446-08-4SELENIUM OXIDE (SEO2)

  E

7791-23-3SELENIUM OXYCHLORIDE

  ES

56093-45-9SELENIUM SULFIDE

  ES

7446-34-6SELENIUM SULFIDE (SES)

  E

7783-00-8SELENOUS ACID

  E

563-41-7SEMICARBAZIDE HYDROCHLORIDE

  S

SHALE OILS

  S

SHALE OILS (CRUDE DISTILLATION FRACTIONS)

  S

SHALE OILS (FRACTIONS OF HIGH TEMPERATURE)

  S

SHALE OILS (HIGH TEMPERATURE CRUDE)

  S

SHALE OILS (LOW TEMPERATURE CRUDE)
7803-62-5SILANE

  E

3037-72-7SILANE, (4-AMINOBUTYL)DIETHOXYMETHYL-
7521-80-4SILANE, BUTYLTRICHLORO-
1609-19-4SILANE, CHLORODIETHYL-

  E

75-77-4SILANE, CHLOROTRIMETHYL-

  E

75-78-5SILANE, DICHLORODIMETHYL-
80-10-4SILANE, DICHLORODIPHENYL-
1789-58-8SILANE, DICHLOROETHYL-
75-54-7SILANE, DICHLOROMETHYL-
10025-78-2SILANE, TRICHLORO-
107-37-9SILANE, TRICHLORO-2-PROPENYL-
98-12-4SILANE, TRICHLOROCYCLOHEXYL-
75-94-5SILANE, TRICHLOROETHENYL-

  E

115-21-9SILANE, TRICHLOROETHYL-
5894-60-0SILANE, TRICHLOROHEXADECYL-

  E

75-79-6SILANE, TRICHLOROMETHYL-
112-04-9SILANE, TRICHLOROOCTADECYL-
107-72-2SILANE, TRICHLOROPENTYL-

  E

98-13-5SILANE, TRICHLOROPHENYL-
141-57-1SILANE, TRICHLOROPROPYL-
7631-86-9SILICA
68855-54-9SILICA AMORPHOUS DIATOMACEOUS EARTH (UNCALCINED)
SILICA GEL

  E

16919-19-0SILICATE(2-), HEXAFLUORO-, DIAMMONIUM

  E

16871-71-9SILICATE(2-), HEXAFLUORO-, ZINC (1:1)

  ES

15191-85-2SILICIC ACID (H4SIO4), BERYLLIUM SALT (1:2)
78-10-4SILICIC ACID (H4SIO4), TETRAETHYL ESTER
681-84-5SILICIC ACID (H4SIO4), TETRAMETHYL ESTER

  S

75364-04-4SILICIC ACID (H6SI2O7), COBALT(2+) MAGNESIUM SALT (1:2:1)
2157-42-8SILICIC ACID (H6SI2O7), HEXAETHYL ESTER
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
4521-94-2SILICIC ACID (H8SI3O10), OCTAETHYL ESTER
4421-95-8SILICIC ACID (H8SI3O10), OCTAMETHYL ESTER

  ES

58500-38-2SILICIC ACID, BERYLLIUM SALT

  ES

39413-47-3SILICIC ACID, BERYLLIUM ZINC SALT
1344-95-2SILICIC ACID, CALCIUM SALT
11099-06-2SILICIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
12002-26-5SILICIC ACID, METHYL ESTER
7440-21-3SILICON
409-21-2SILICON CARBIDE (SIC)
12327-32-1SILICON CARBIDE (SI2C3)
*E7440-22-4SILVER

  E

506-64-9SILVER CYANIDE
SOAPSTONE DUST

  E

7440-23-5SODIUM

  E

7784-46-5SODIUM ARSENITE

  E

26628-22-8SODIUM AZIDE (NA(N3))

  E

124-65-2SODIUM CACODYLATE

  E

143-33-9SODIUM CYANIDE (NA(CN))

  E

1333-83-1SODIUM FLUORIDE (NA(HF2))

  E

7681-49-4SODIUM FLUORIDE (NAF)
7646-69-7SODIUM HYDRIDE (NAH)

  E

1310-73-2SODIUM HYDROXIDE (NA(OH))

  E

131-52-2SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENATE
1313-60-6SODIUM PEROXIDE (NA2(O2))

  S

SODIUM SALT OF PHENYTOIN

  E

13410-01-0SODIUM SELENATE

  E

7782-82-3SODIUM SELENITE

  E

7757-82-6SODIUM SULFATE (SOLUTION)

  E

16721-80-5SODIUM SULFIDE (NA(SH))

  E

10102-20-2SODIUM TELLURITE
SODIUM-POTASSIUM ALLOYS

  S

SOLVENT (BENZENE) EXTRACTS OF MOST CARBON BLACKS

  S

SOOT

  S

SOOT (SHALE OIL SOOT EXTRACTS)

  S

SOOTS (COAL SOOT EXTRACTS)

  S

SOOTS, TARS AND OILS

  S

SOOTS, TARS, AND MINERAL OILS
8001-22-7SOYBEAN OIL
SPERM OIL NO. 2

  E

900-95-8STANNANE, ACETOXYTRIPHENYL-
7646-78-8STANNANE, TETRACHLORO-
594-27-4STANNANE, TETRAMETHYL-
595-90-4STANNANE, TETRAPHENYL-
13121-70-5STANNANE, TRICYCLOHEXYLHYDROXY-
9005-25-8STARCH
7803-52-3STIBINE

  E

7789-61-9STIBINE, TRIBROMO-

  E

10025-91-9STIBINE, TRICHLORO-

  E

7783-56-4STIBINE, TRIFLUORO-
8052-41-3STODDARD SOLVENT
STRONTIUM DICHROMATE
1314-18-7STRONTIUM PEROXIDE (SR(O2))

  E

57-24-9STRYCHNIDIN-10-ONE

  E

60-41-3STRYCHNINE, SULFATE
1395-21-7SUBTILISINS (PROTEOLYTIC ENZYMES AS 100 PERCENT PURE CRYSTALLINE ENZYME)

  E

14017-41-5SULFAMIC ACID, COBALT(2+) SALT (2:1)

  E

7773-06-0SULFAMIC ACID, MONOAMMONIUM SALT

  E

3569-57-1SULFOXIDE, 3-CHLOROPROPYL OCTYL
7704-34-9SULFUR

  E

12771-08-3SULFUR CHLORIDE
10545-99-0SULFUR CHLORIDE (SCL2)
10025-67-9SULFUR CHLORIDE (S2CL2)

  E

7446-09-5SULFUR DIOXIDE

  E

7783-60-0SULFUR FLUORIDE (SF4), (T-4)-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
10546-01-7SULFUR FLUORIDE (SF5)
2551-62-4SULFUR FLUORIDE (SF6), (OC-6-11)-

  E

7446-11-9SULFUR TRIOXIDE

  E

8014-95-7SULFURIC ACID

  E

7664-93-9SULFURIC ACID

  E

7758-98-7SULFURIC ACID COPPER(2+) SALT (1:1)

  E

7783-20-2SULFURIC ACID DIAMMONIUM SALT

  E

10043-01-3SULFURIC ACID, ALUMINUM SALT (3:2)

  E

10045-89-3SULFURIC ACID, AMMONIUM IRON(2+) SALT (2:2:1)

  E

15699-18-0SULFURIC ACID, AMMONIUM NICKEL(2+) SALT (2:2:1)

  ES

13510-49-1SULFURIC ACID, BERYLLIUM SALT (1:1)

  ES

10124-36-4SULFURIC ACID, CADMIUM SALT (1:1)

  E

10101-53-8SULFURIC ACID, CHROMIUM(3+) SALT (3:2)

  ES

64-67-5SULFURIC ACID, DIETHYL ESTER

  ES

77-78-1SULFURIC ACID, DIMETHYL ESTER

  E

7446-18-6SULFURIC ACID, DITHALLIUM(1+) SALT

  E

7720-78-7SULFURIC ACID, IRON(2+) SALT (1:1)

  E

10028-22-5SULFURIC ACID, IRON(3+) SALT (3:2)

  E

7446-14-2SULFURIC ACID, LEAD(2+) SALT (1:1)

  E

7783-35-9SULFURIC ACID, MERCURY(2+) SALT (1:1)

  E

7786-81-4SULFURIC ACID, NICKEL(2+) SALT (1:1)

  E

10031-59-1SULFURIC ACID, THALLIUM SALT

  E

7733-02-0SULFURIC ACID, ZINC SALT (1:1)

  E

14644-61-2SULFURIC ACID, ZIRCONIUM(4+) SALT (2:1)

  E

10196-04-0SULFUROUS ACID, DIAMMONIUM SALT

  E

10192-30-0SULFUROUS ACID, MONOAMMONIUM SALT

  E

7631-90-5SULFUROUS ACID, MONOSODIUM SALT

  E

2312-35-8SULFUROUS ACID, 2-[4-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)PHENOXY]CYCLOHEXYL 2-PROPYNYL ESTER

  ES

140-57-8SULFUROUS ACID, 2-CHLOROETHYL 2-[4-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)PHENOXY]-1-METHYLETHYL ESTER
7791-25-5SULFURYL CHLORIDE
2699-79-8SULFURYL FLUORIDE

  E

77-81-6TABUN
14807-96-6TALC (MG3H2(SIO3)4)
TALLOW OIL
7440-25-7TANTALUM

  ES

8007-45-2TAR, COAL

  E

13494-80-9TELLURIUM

  E

7783-80-4TELLURIUM FLUORIDE (TEF6), (OC-6-11)-

  E

13071-79-9TERBUFOS

  E

100-21-0TEREPHTHALIC ACID
26140-60-3TERPHENYLS
TERT-BUTYLSTYRENE
30174-58-4TERT-DECANETHIOL
25103-58-6TERT-DODECANETHIOL
25360-10-5TERT-NONANETHIOL
28983-37-1TERT-TETRADECANETHIOL

  S

TESTOSTERONE ESTERS

  E

961-11-5TETRACHLORVINPHOS

  E

597-64-8TETRAETHYLTIN

  E

1314-32-5THALLIC OXIDE
*E7440-28-0THALLIUM

  E

10102-45-1THALLIUM(I) NITRATE

  E

12039-52-0THALLIUM(I) SELENIDE

  E

6533-73-9THALLOUS CARBONATE

  E

7791-12-0THALLOUS CHLORIDE

  E

2757-18-8THALLOUS MALONATE

  E

2231-57-4THIOCARBAZIDE

  E

1762-95-4THIOCYANIC ACID, AMMONIUM SALT

  E

592-87-0THIOCYANIC ACID, LEAD(2+) SALT

  E

592-85-8THIOCYANIC ACID, MERCURY(2+) SALT

  E

3689-24-5THIODIPHOSPHORIC ACID ([(HO)2P(S)]2O), TETRAETHYL ESTER

  E

39196-18-4THIOFANOX

  E

297-97-2THIONAZIN
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
7719-09-7THIONYL CHLORIDE
97-77-8THIOPEROXYDICARBONIC DIAMIDE ([(H2N)C(S)]2S2), TETRAETHYL-

  E

137-26-8THIOPEROXYDICARBONIC DIAMIDE ([(H2N)C(S)]2S2), TETRAMETHYL-
110-02-1THIOPHENE
126-33-0THIOPHENE, TETRAHYDRO-, 1,1-DIOXIDE

  E

79-19-6THIOSEMICARBAZIDE

  E

7783-18-8THIOSULFURIC ACID (H2S2O3), DIAMMONIUM SALT

  ES

62-56-6THIOUREA

  E

5344-82-1THIOUREA, (2-CHLOROPHENYL)-

  E

614-78-8THIOUREA, (2-METHYLPHENYL)-

  E

86-88-4THIOUREA, 1-NAPHTHALENYL-

  ES

1314-20-1THORIUM OXIDE (THO2)
7440-31-5TIN

  E

7550-45-0TITANIUM CHLORIDE (TICL4) (T-4)-
13463-67-7TITANIUM OXIDE (TIO2)

  E

91-08-7TOLUENE 2,6-DIISOCYANATE

  ES

8001-35-2TOXAPHENE
TRANS-ACETYLENE DICHLORIDE

  E

110-57-6TRANS-1,4-DICHLOROBUTENE
TRANSFORMER OIL
77536-68-6TREMOLITE

  E

1031-47-6TRIAMIPHOS

  E

24017-47-8TRIAZOFOS

  E

1558-25-4TRICHLORO(CHLOROMETHYL)SILANE

  E

27137-85-5TRICHLORO(DICHLOROPHENYL)SILANE

  E

76-02-8TRICHLOROACETYL CHLORIDE

  E

327-98-0TRICHLORONATE
15468-32-3TRIDYMITE (SIO2)

  E

998-30-1TRIETHOXYSILANE

  E

1582-09-8TRIFLURALIN

  E

824-11-3TRIMETHYLOLPROPANE PHOSPHITE

  E

1066-45-1TRIMETHYLTIN CHLORIDE

  E

639-58-7TRIPHENYLTIN CHLORIDE

  E

7758-29-4TRIPHOSPHORIC ACID, PENTASODIUM SALT
1317-95-9TRIPOLI

  E

555-77-1TRIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)AMINE
7440-33-7TUNGSTEN
TURBO FUELS
9005-90-7TURPENTINE
7440-61-1URANIUM

  E

541-09-3URANIUM, BIS(ACETATO-O)DIOXO-

  E

10102-06-4URANIUM, BIS(NITRATO-O)DIOXO-, (T-4)-

  E

36478-76-9URANIUM, BIS(NITRATO-O,O')DIOXO-, (OC-6-11)-

  S

13010-47-4UREA, N-(2-CHLOROETHYL)-N'-CYCLOHEXYL-N-NITROSO-

  ES

759-73-9UREA, N-ETHYL-N-NITROSO-

  ES

684-93-5UREA, N-METHYL-N-NITROSO-

  E

330-54-1UREA, N'-(3,4-DICHLOROPHENYL)-N,N-DIMETHYL-

  E

2001-95-8VALINOMYCIN

  E

7440-62-2VANADIUM (FUME OR DUST)
12604-58-9VANADIUM ALLOY, BASE, V,C,FE (FERROVANADIUM)
7632-51-1VANADIUM CHLORIDE (VCL4), (T-4)-
1314-62-1VANADIUM DUST (V2O5)
1314-62-1VANADIUM FUME (V2O5)

  E

1314-62-1VANADIUM OXIDE (V2O5)

  E

27774-13-6VANADIUM, OXO[SULFATO(2-)-O]-
VEGETABLE OIL MISTS

  E

129-06-6WARFARIN SODIUM
WATER GAS (CARBURETED)
WELDING FUMES
WOOD DUST (CERTAIN HARDWOODS AS BEACH AND OAK) SOFTWOOD
XYLIDINES

  E

28347-13-9XYLYLENE DICHLORIDE

  ES

50-55-5YOHIMBAN-16-CARBOXYLIC ACID, 11,17-DIMETHOXY-18-[(3,4,5-TRIMETHOXYBENZOYL)OXY]-, METHYL ESTER, (3.BETA.,16.BETA.,17.ALPHA.,18.BETA.,20.ALPHA.)-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
7440-65-5YTTRIUM
*E7440-66-6ZINC

  E

7699-45-8ZINC BROMIDE (ZNBR2)

  E

7646-85-7ZINC CHLORIDE (ZNCL2)

  E

ZINC CHLORIDE FUME

  E

557-21-1ZINC CYANIDE (ZN(CN)2)

  E

7783-49-5ZINC FLUORIDE (ZNF2)

  E

1314-13-2ZINC OXIDE (ZNO)

  E

ZINC OXIDE FUME

  E

51810-70-9ZINC PHOSPHIDE

  E

1314-84-7ZINC PHOSPHIDE (ZN3P2)

  E

58270-08-9ZINC, DICHLORO(4,4-DIMETHYL-5((((METHYLAMINO)CARBONYL)OXY)IMINO) PENTANENITRILE)-,(T-4)

  E

557-20-0ZINC, DIETHYL-

  E

14639-97-5ZINCATE(2-), TETRACHLORO-, DIAMMONIUM, (T-4)-

  E

14639-98-6ZINCATE(3-), PENTACHLORO-, TRIAMMONIUM

  E

12122-67-7ZINEB

  E

16923-95-8ZIRCONATE(2-), HEXAFLUORO-, DIPOTASSIUM, (OC-6-11)-
7440-67-7ZIRCONIUM

  E

10026-11-6ZIRCONIUM CHLORIDE (ZRCL4), (T-4)-
ZIRCONIUM POWDER

  E

109-73-91-BUTANAMINE
111-92-21-BUTANAMINE, N-BUTYL-

  ES

924-16-31-BUTANAMINE, N-BUTYL-N-NITROSO-
13360-63-91-BUTANAMINE, N-ETHYL-
110-68-91-BUTANAMINE, N-METHYL-
102-82-91-BUTANAMINE, N,N-DIBUTYL-
109-79-51-BUTANETHIOL

  E

71-36-31-BUTANOL
96-20-81-BUTANOL, 2-AMINO-
97-95-01-BUTANOL, 2-ETHYL-
137-32-61-BUTANOL, 2-METHYL-
123-51-31-BUTANOL, 3-METHYL-

  E

123-92-21-BUTANOL, 3-METHYL-, ACETATE
689-97-41-BUTEN-3-YNE
78-80-81-BUTEN-3-YNE, 2-METHYL-
106-98-91-BUTENE
563-46-21-BUTENE, 2-METHYL-
563-78-01-BUTENE, 2,3-DIMETHYL-
594-56-91-BUTENE, 2,3,3-TRIMETHYL-
563-45-11-BUTENE, 3-METHYL-
64037-54-31-BUTENE, 3,4-DICHLORO-, (.+-.)-
2016-57-11-DECANAMINE
112-30-11-DECANOL
1-DIBUTYLAMINO-2-PROPANOL
112-55-01-DODECANETHIOL
111-68-21-HEPTANAMINE
592-76-71-HEPTENE
111-26-21-HEXANAMINE
143-16-81-HEXANAMINE, N-HEXYL-
104-75-61-HEXANAMINE, 2-ETHYL-
106-20-71-HEXANAMINE, 2-ETHYL-N-(2-ETHYLHEXYL)-
111-27-31-HEXANOL
104-76-71-HEXANOL, 2-ETHYL-
3452-97-91-HEXANOL, 3,5,5-TRIMETHYL-
592-41-61-HEXENE

  E

134-32-71-NAPHTHALENAMINE

  E

63-25-21-NAPHTHALENOL, METHYLCARBAMATE
111-86-41-OCTANAMINE
1120-48-51-OCTANAMINE, N-OCTYL-
111-88-61-OCTANETHIOL
111-87-51-OCTANOL
111-66-01-OCTENE
110-58-71-PENTANAMINE
2050-92-21-PENTANAMINE, N-PENTYL-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
621-77-21-PENTANAMINE, N,N-DIPENTYL-
110-66-71-PENTANETHIOL
71-41-01-PENTANOL
54972-97-31-PENTANOL, METHYL-
109-67-11-PENTENE
763-29-11-PENTENE, 2-METHYL-
565-76-41-PENTENE, 2,3,4-TRIMETHYL-
107-39-11-PENTENE, 2,4,4-TRIMETHYL-
691-37-21-PENTENE, 4-METHYL-
627-19-01-PENTYNE
140-31-81-PIPERAZINEETHANAMINE

  E

107-10-81-PROPANAMINE

  ES

621-64-71-PROPANAMINE, N-NITROSO-N-PROPYL-

  E

142-84-71-PROPANAMINE, N-PROPYL-
102-69-21-PROPANAMINE, N,N-DIPROPYL-

  E

78-81-91-PROPANAMINE, 2-METHYL-
110-96-31-PROPANAMINE, 2-METHYL-N-(2-METHYLPROPYL)-
5332-73-01-PROPANAMINE, 3-METHOXY-
71-23-81-PROPANOL
124-68-51-PROPANOL, 2-AMINO-2-METHYL-
78-89-71-PROPANOL, 2-CHLORO-

  E

78-83-11-PROPANOL, 2-METHYL-
75-84-31-PROPANOL, 2,2-DIMETHYL-

  ES

126-72-71-PROPANOL, 2,3-DIBROMO-, PHOSPHATE (3:1)
156-87-61-PROPANOL, 3-AMINO-
108-22-51-PROPEN-2-OL, ACETATE

  E

115-07-11-PROPENE

  E

26952-23-81-PROPENE, DICHLORO-
13987-01-41-PROPENE, TRIMER
590-21-61-PROPENE, 1-CHLORO-
928-55-21-PROPENE, 1-ETHOXY-

  ES

542-75-61-PROPENE, 1,3-DICHLORO-

  E

8003-19-81-PROPENE, 1,3-DICHLORO-, MIXT. WITH 1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE
557-98-21-PROPENE, 2-CHLORO-
115-11-71-PROPENE, 2-METHYL-

  E

78-88-61-PROPENE, 2,3-DICHLORO-
3917-15-51-PROPENE, 3-(ETHENYLOXY)-
106-95-61-PROPENE, 3-BROMO-

  E

107-05-11-PROPENE, 3-CHLORO-

  S

563-47-31-PROPENE, 3-CHLORO-2-METHYL-
57-06-71-PROPENE, 3-ISOTHIOCYANATO-
557-40-41-PROPENE, 3,3'-OXYBIS-
74-99-71-PROPYNE

  E

106-96-71-PROPYNE, 3-BROMO-

  E

92-52-41,1'-BIPHENYL

  ES

1336-36-31,1'-BIPHENYL, CHLORO DERIVS.
28984-85-21,1'-BIPHENYL, NITRO-
643-58-31,1'-BIPHENYL, 2-METHYL-
92-66-01,1'-BIPHENYL, 4-BROMO-

  E

92-93-31,1'-BIPHENYL, 4-NITRO-

  S

95-83-01,2-BENZENEDIAMINE, 4-CHLORO-

  ES

117-81-71,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, BIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) ESTER

  E

85-68-71,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, BUTYL PHENYLMETHYL ESTER
131-17-91,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, DI-2-PROPENYL ESTER

  E

84-74-21,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, DIBUTYL ESTER

  E

84-66-21,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, DIETHYL ESTER

  E

131-11-31,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, DIMETHYL ESTER

  E

117-84-01,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, DIOCTYL ESTER
84-72-01,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, 2-ETHOXY-2-OXOETHYL ETHYL ESTER
85-71-21,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, 2-ETHOXY-2-OXOETHYL METHYL ESTER

  E

120-80-91,2-BENZENEDIOL
98-29-31,2-BENZENEDIOL, 4-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-

  E

51-43-41,2-BENZENEDIOL,4-(1-HYDROXY-2-(METHYLAMINO)ETHYL)-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  ES

81-07-21,2-BENZISOTHIAZOL-3(2H)-ONE, 1,1-DIOXIDE

  S

128-44-91,2-BENZISOTHIAZOL-3(2H)-ONE, 1,1-DIOXIDE, SODIUM SALT

  E

123-33-11,2-DIHYDRO-3,6-PYRIDAZINEDIONE

  E

107-15-31,2-ETHANEDIAMINE
111-40-01,2-ETHANEDIAMINE, N-(2-AMINOETHYL)-
112-57-21,2-ETHANEDIAMINE, N-(2-AMINOETHYL)-N'-[2-[(2-AMINOETHYL)AMINO]ETHYL]-
100-36-71,2-ETHANEDIAMINE, N,N-DIETHYL-

  E

91-80-51,2-ETHANEDIAMINE, N,N-DIMETHYL-N'-2-PYRIDINYL-N'-(2-THIENYLMETHYL)-
112-24-31,2-ETHANEDIAMINE, N,N'-BIS(2-AMINOETHYL)-

  E

107-21-11,2-ETHANEDIOL
111-55-71,2-ETHANEDIOL, DIACETATE
628-96-61,2-ETHANEDIOL, DINITRATE

  E

111-54-61,2-ETHANEDIYLBISCARBAMODITHIOIC ACID
501461,2-ETHYLIDENE DICHLORIDE

  ES

1120-71-41,2-OXATHIOLANE, 2,2-DIOXIDE
78-90-01,2-PROPANEDIAMINE
57-55-61,2-PROPANEDIOL
6423-43-41,2-PROPANEDIOL, DINITRATE

  E

1,2/1,3 DICHLOROPROPYLENE

  E

1185-57-51,2,3-PROPANETRICARBOXYLIC ACID, 2-HYDROXY-, AMMONIUM IRON(3+) SALT

  E

3012-65-51,2,3-PROPANETRICARBOXYLIC ACID, 2-HYDROXY-, DIAMMONIUM SALT
56-81-51,2,3-PROPANETRIOL

  E

55-63-01,2,3-PROPANETRIOL, TRINITRATE

  S

299-75-21,2,3,4-BUTANETETROL, 1,4-DIMETHANESULFONATE, [S-(R*,R*)]-

  E

7421-93-41,2,4-METHENOCYCLOPENTA[CD]PENTALENE-5-CARBOXALDEHYDE, 2,2A,3,3,4,7-HEXACHLORODECAHYDRO-, (1.ALPHA.,2.BETA.,2A.BETA.,4.BETA.,4A.BETA.,5.BETA.,6A.BETA.,6B.BETA.,7R*)-
21087-64-91,2,4-TRIAZIN-5(4H)-ONE, 4-AMINO-6-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-3-(METHYLTHIO)-

  ES

39156-41-71,3-BENZENEDIAMINE, 4-METHOXY-, SULFATE (1:1)

  ES

95-80-71,3-BENZENEDIAMINE, 4-METHYL-
626-17-51,3-BENZENEDICARBONITRILE
1477-55-01,3-BENZENEDIMETHANAMINE

  E

108-46-31,3-BENZENEDIOL

  ES

120-58-11,3-BENZODIOXOLE, 5-(1-PROPENYL)-

  ES

94-59-71,3-BENZODIOXOLE, 5-(2-PROPENYL)-

  ES

94-58-61,3-BENZODIOXOLE, 5-PROPYL-

  ES

106-99-01,3-BUTADIENE

  E

87-68-31,3-BUTADIENE, 1,1,2,3,4,4-HEXACHLORO-

  E

126-99-81,3-BUTADIENE, 2-CHLORO-

  E

78-79-51,3-BUTADIENE, 2-METHYL-
1653-19-61,3-BUTADIENE, 2,3-DICHLORO-

  E

86-78-31,3-BUTADIENE,1,1,2,3,4,4-HEXACHLORO-
590-88-51,3-BUTANEDIAMINE
32280-46-91,3-BUTANEDIAMINE, N,N'-DIETHYL-
542-92-71,3-CYCLOPENTADIENE

  E

77-47-41,3-CYCLOPENTADIENE, 1,2,3,4,5,5-HEXACHLORO-
1,3-DICHLORO-2-PROPANOL
96-49-11,3-DIOXOLAN-2-ONE
646-06-01,3-DIOXOLANE
126-39-61,3-DIOXOLANE, 2-ETHYL-2-METHYL-

  E

85-44-91,3-ISOBENZOFURANDIONE

  E

504-60-91,3-PENTADIENE
1118-58-71,3-PENTADIENE, 2-METHYL-
926-56-71,3-PENTADIENE, 4-METHYL-
149-31-51,3-PENTANEDIOL, 2-METHYL-
109-76-21,3-PROPANEDIAMINE
3312-60-51,3-PROPANEDIAMINE, N-CYCLOHEXYL-
104-78-91,3-PROPANEDIAMINE, N,N-DIETHYL-
109-55-71,3-PROPANEDIAMINE, N,N-DIMETHYL-
115-84-41,3-PROPANEDIOL, 2-BUTYL-2-ETHYL-
115-77-51,3-PROPANEDIOL, 2,2-BIS(HYDROXYMETHYL)-
115-76-41,3-PROPANEDIOL, 2,2-DIETHYL-

  S

2385-85-51,3,4-METHENO-1H-CYCLOBUTA[CD]PENTALENE, 1,1A,2,2,3,3A,4,5,5,5A,5B,6-DODECACHLOROOCTAHYDRO-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

  ES

143-50-01,3,4-METHENO-2H-CYCLOBUTA[CD]PENTALEN-2-ONE, 1,1A,3,3A,4,5,5,5A,5B,6-DECACHLOROOCTAHYDRO-

  S

712-68-51,3,4-THIADIAZOL-2-AMINE, 5-(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)-
1912-24-91,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4-DIAMINE, 6-CHLORO-N-ETHYL-N'-(1-METHYLETHYL)-
13057-78-81,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4,6(1H,3H,5H)-TRIONE, 1-CHLORO-
2782-57-21,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4,6(1H,3H,5H)-TRIONE, 1,3-DICHLORO-
2244-21-51,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4,6(1H,3H,5H)-TRIONE, 1,3-DICHLORO-, POTASSIUM SALT
2893-78-91,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4,6(1H,3H,5H)-TRIONE, 1,3-DICHLORO-, SODIUM SALT
51580-86-01,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4,6(1H,3H,5H)-TRIONE, 1,3-DICHLORO-, SODIUM SALT, DIHYDRATE
87-90-11,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4,6(1H,3H,5H)-TRIONE, 1,3,5-TRICHLORO-
121-82-41,3,5-TRIAZINE, HEXAHYDRO-1,3,5-TRINITRO-
110-88-31,3,5-TRIOXANE

  E

123-63-71,3,5-TRIOXANE, 2,4,6-TRIMETHYL-
108-62-31,3,5,7-TETROXOCANE, 2,4,6,8-TETRAMETHYL-

  E

106-50-31,4-BENZENEDIAMINE
101-96-21,4-BENZENEDIAMINE, N,N'-BIS(1-METHYLPROPYL)-
3081-14-91,4-BENZENEDIAMINE, N,N'-BIS(1,4-DIMETHYLPENTYL)-
100-20-91,4-BENZENEDICARBONYL DICHLORIDE

  S

55-98-11,4-BUTANEDIOL, DIMETHANESULFONATE

  ES

123-91-11,4-DIOXANE
25136-55-41,4-DIOXANE, DIMETHYL-
592-45-01,4-HEXADIENE

  E

130-15-41,4-NAPHTHALENEDIONE

  E

117-80-61,4-NAPHTHALENEDIONE, 2,3-DICHLORO-
15980-15-11,4-OXATHIANE

  E

309-00-21,4:5,8-DIMETHANONAPHTHALENE, 1,2,3,4,10,10-HEXACHLORO-1,4,4A,5,8,8A-HEXAHYDRO-, (1.ALPHA.,4.ALPHA.,4A.BETA.,5.ALPHA.,8.ALPHA.,8A.BETA.)-
111-78-41,5-CYCLOOCTADIENE
821-08-91,5-HEXADIEN-3-YNE

  S

443-48-11H-IMIDAZOLE-1-ETHANOL, 2-METHYL-5-NITRO-

  S

4342-03-41H-IMIDAZOLE-4-CARBOXAMIDE, 5-(3,3-DIMETHYL-1-TRIAZENYL)-
95-13-61H-INDENE
83-26-11H-INDENE-1,3(2H)-DIONE, 2-(2,2-DIMETHYL-1-OXOPROPYL)-

  E

133-06-21H-ISOINDOLE-1,3(2H)-DIONE, 3A,4,7,7A-TETRAHYDRO-2-[(TRICHLOROMETHYL)THIO]-
2425-06-11H-ISOINDOLE-1,3(2H)-DIONE, 3A,4,7,7A-TETRAHYDRO-2-[(1,1,2,2-TETRACHLOROETHYL)THIO]-

  S

446-86-61H-PURINE, 6-[(1-METHYL-4-NITRO-1H-IMIDAZOL-5-YL)THIO]-
109-97-71H-PYRROLE
27417-39-61H-PYRROLE, METHYL-

  ES

61-82-51H-1,2,4-TRIAZOL-3-AMINE
92-84-210H-PHENOTHIAZINE

  S

68-22-419-NORPREGN-4-EN-20-YN-3-ONE, 17-HYDROXY-, (17.ALPHA.)-

  S

72-33-319-NORPREGNA-1,3,5(10)-TRIEN-20-YN-17-OL, 3-METHOXY-, (17.ALPHA.)-

  S

57-63-619-NORPREGNA-1,3,5(10)-TRIEN-20-YNE-3,17-DIOL, (17.ALPHA.)-

  E

13952-84-62-BUTANAMINE
626-23-32-BUTANAMINE, N-(1-METHYLPROPYL)-
513-53-12-BUTANETHIOL
2084-18-62-BUTANETHIOL, 3-METHYL-

  E

78-92-22-BUTANOL
75-85-42-BUTANOL, 2-METHYL-

  E

625-16-12-BUTANOL, 2-METHYL-, ACETATE
598-75-42-BUTANOL, 3-METHYL-

  E

78-93-32-BUTANONE

  E

1338-23-42-BUTANONE, PEROXIDE
563-80-42-BUTANONE, 3-METHYL-
6117-91-52-BUTEN-1-OL

  E

4170-30-32-BUTENAL
107-01-72-BUTENE
624-64-62-BUTENE, (E)-
590-18-12-BUTENE, (Z)-
4784-77-42-BUTENE, 1-BROMO-
591-97-92-BUTENE, 1-CHLORO-
926-57-82-BUTENE, 1,3-DICHLORO-

  E

764-41-02-BUTENE, 1,4-DICHLORO-
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
4461-41-02-BUTENE, 2-CHLORO-
513-35-92-BUTENE, 2-METHYL-
563-79-12-BUTENE, 2,3-DIMETHYL-

  E

110-17-82-BUTENEDIOIC ACID (E)-

  E

110-16-72-BUTENEDIOIC ACID (Z)-
3724-65-02-BUTENOIC ACID
14861-06-42-BUTENOIC ACID, ETHENYL ESTER
10544-63-52-BUTENOIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER

  ES

303-34-42-BUTENOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-, 7-[[2,3-DIHYDROXY-2-(1-METHOXYETHYL)-3-METHYL-1-OXOBUTOXY]METHYL]- 2,3,5,7A-TETRAHYDRO-1H-PYRROLIZIN-1-YL ESTER, [1S-[1ALPHA.(Z),7(2S*,3R*),7A.ALPHA.]]-

  E

7786-34-72-BUTENOIC ACID, 3-[(DIMETHOXYPHOSPHINYL)OXY]-, METHYL ESTER
503-17-32-BUTYNE

  E

78-59-12-CYCLOHEXEN-1-ONE, 3,5,5-TRIMETHYL-
2-ETHOXY-3,4-DI-HYDRO-2-PYRAN

  S

3688-53-72-FURANACETAMIDE, .ALPHA.-[(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)METHYLENE]-

  E

98-01-12-FURANCARBOXALDEHYDE
617-89-02-FURANMETHANAMINE
98-00-02-FURANMETHANOL
97-99-42-FURANMETHANOL, TETRAHYDRO-
110-43-02-HEPTANONE
14686-13-62-HEPTENE, (E)-
591-78-62-HEXANONE
110-12-32-HEXANONE, 5-METHYL-
645-62-52-HEXENAL, 2-ETHYL-
2-HEXENE (MIXED CIS-AND TRANS-ISOMERS)
5309-52-42-HEXENOIC ACID, 2-ETHYL-
764-35-22-HEXYNE

  ES

96-45-72-IMIDAZOLIDINETHIONE

  S

61-57-42-IMIDAZOLIDINONE, 1-(5-NITRO-2-THIAZOLYL)-

  S

555-84-02-IMIDAZOLIDINONE, 1-[[(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)METHYLENE]AMINO]-

  ES

91-59-82-NAPHTHALENAMINE
135-88-62-NAPHTHALENAMINE, N-PHENYL-

  ES

494-03-12-NAPHTHALENAMINE, N,N-BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)-

  S

2646-17-52-NAPHTHALENOL, 1-[(2-METHYLPHENYL)AZO]-

  ES

6358-53-82-NAPHTHALENOL, 1-[(2,5-DIMETHOXYPHENYL)AZO]-
2-OCTENE (MIXED CIS-AND TRANS-ISOMERS)

  S

139-91-32-OXAZOLIDINONE, 5-(4-MORPHOLINYLMETHYL)-3-[[(5-NITRO-2-FURANYL)METHYLENE]AMINO]-

  ES

57-57-82-OXETANONE

  S

3068-88-02-OXETANONE, 4-METHYL-
674-82-82-OXETANONE, 4-METHYLENE-
625-30-92-PENTANAMINE
107-45-92-PENTANAMINE, 2,4,4-TRIMETHYL-
108-09-82-PENTANAMINE, 4-METHYL-
141-59-32-PENTANETHIOL, 2,4,4-TRIMETHYL-
6032-29-72-PENTANOL

  E

626-38-02-PENTANOL, ACETATE
108-11-22-PENTANOL, 4-METHYL-
107-87-92-PENTANONE
123-42-22-PENTANONE, 4-HYDROXY-4-METHYL-

  E

108-10-12-PENTANONE, 4-METHYL-
646-04-82-PENTENE, (E)-
627-20-32-PENTENE, (Z)-
625-27-42-PENTENE, 2-METHYL-
107-40-42-PENTENE, 2,4,4-TRIMETHYL-
598-96-92-PENTENE, 3,4,4-TRIMETHYL-
4461-48-72-PENTENE, 4-METHYL-

  E

90-43-72-PHENYLPHENOL
75-31-02-PROPANAMINE
108-18-92-PROPANAMINE, N-(1-METHYLETHYL)-

  E

75-64-92-PROPANAMINE, 2-METHYL-
75-66-12-PROPANETHIOL, 2-METHYL-

  E

67-63-02-PROPANOL
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
2109-64-02-PROPANOL, 1-(DIBUTYLAMINO)-
108-16-72-PROPANOL, 1-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-
124-16-32-PROPANOL, 1-(2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
78-96-62-PROPANOL, 1-AMINO-
127-00-42-PROPANOL, 1-CHLORO-
107-98-22-PROPANOL, 1-METHOXY-
110-97-42-PROPANOL, 1,1'-IMINOBIS-
122-20-32-PROPANOL, 1,1',1"-NITRILOTRIS-
616-29-52-PROPANOL, 1,3-DIAMINO-

  E

75-65-02-PROPANOL, 2-METHYL-

  E

67-64-12-PROPANONE
684-16-22-PROPANONE, 1,1,1,3,3,3-HEXAFLUORO-

  E

107-11-92-PROPEN-1-AMINE

  E

107-18-62-PROPEN-1-OL
513-42-82-PROPEN-1-OL, 2-METHYL-

  E

107-02-82-PROPENAL
78-85-32-PROPENAL, 2-METHYL-

  E

79-06-12-PROPENAMIDE
869-29-42-PROPENE-1,1-DIOL, DIACETATE

  ES

107-13-12-PROPENENITRILE

  E

126-98-72-PROPENENITRILE, 2-METHYL-

  E

79-10-72-PROPENOIC ACID

  E

141-32-22-PROPENOIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER
2156-96-92-PROPENOIC ACID, DECYL ESTER

  ES

140-88-52-PROPENOIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER

  E

96-33-32-PROPENOIC ACID, METHYL ESTER
2499-59-42-PROPENOIC ACID, OCTYL ESTER
2426-54-22-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-(DIETHYLAMINO)ETHYL ESTER
137-05-32-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-CYANO-, METHYL ESTER
106-71-82-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-CYANOETHYL ESTER
3953-10-42-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-ETHYLBUTYL ESTER
103-11-72-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-ETHYLHEXYL ESTER
818-61-12-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-HYDROXYETHYL ESTER
999-61-12-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-HYDROXYPROPYL ESTER
79-41-42-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-
97-88-12-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-, BUTYL ESTER

  E

97-63-22-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-, ETHYL ESTER

  E

80-62-62-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-, METHYL ESTER
2867-47-22-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-, 2-(DIMETHYLAMINO)ETHYL ESTER
3775-90-42-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-METHYL-, 2-[(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)AMINO]ETHYL ESTER
106-63-82-PROPENOIC ACID, 2-METHYLPROPYL ESTER

  E

107-19-72-PROPYN-1-OL
504-29-02-PYRIDINAMINE
1918-02-12-PYRIDINECARBOXYLIC ACID, 4-AMINO-3,5,6-TRICHLORO-
616-45-52-PYRROLIDINONE
872-50-42-PYRROLIDINONE, 1-METHYL-
2,BETA-BUTOXYETHOXYETHYL CHLORIDE

  ES

1464-53-52,2'-BIOXIRANE
431-03-82,3-BUTANEDIONE

  ES

66-75-12,4(1H,3H)-PYRIMIDINEDIONE, 5-[BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)AMINO]-
314-40-92,4(1H,3H)-PYRIMIDINEDIONE, 5-BROMO-6-METHYL-3-(1-METHYLPROPYL)-

  E

615-05-42,4-DIAMINOANISOLE
80466-34-82,4-HEXADIENAL
118-52-52,4-IMIDAZOLIDINEDIONE, 1,3-DICHLORO-5,5-DIMETHYL-

  S

57-41-02,4-IMIDAZOLIDINEDIONE, 5,5-DIPHENYL-
107-41-52,4-PENTANEDIOL, 2-METHYL-
123-54-62,4-PENTANEDIONE

  E

2,4,5-T AMINES

  E

2008-46-02,4,5-T AMINES

  E

61792-07-22,4,5-T ESTERS

  E

25168-15-42,4,5-T ESTERS

  E

1928-47-82,4,5-T ESTERS

  E

106-51-42,5-CYCLOHEXADIENE-1,4-DIONE

  ES

68-76-82,5-CYCLOHEXADIENE-1,4-DIONE, 2,3,5-TRIS(1-AZIRIDINYL)-

  E

108-31-62,5-FURANDIONE
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
504-20-12,5-HEPTADIEN-4-ONE, 2,6-DIMETHYL-
2935-44-62,5-HEXANEDIOL

  E

1024-57-32,5-METHANO-2H-INDENO[1,2-B]OXIRENE, 2,3,4,5,6,7,7-HEPTACHLORO-1A,1B,5,5A,6,6A-HEXAHYDRO-, (1A.ALPHA.,1B.BETA.,2.ALPHA.,5.ALPHA.,5A.BETA.,6.BETA.,A.ALPHA.)-

  E

87-65-02,6-DICHLOROPHENOL

  E

66-81-92,6-PIPERIDINEDIONE, 4-[2-(3,5-DIMETHYL-2-OXOCYCLOHEXYL)-2-HYDROXYETHYL]-, [1S-[1.ALPHA.(S*),3.ALPHA.,5.BETA.]]-

  S

94-78-02,6-PYRIDINEDIAMINE, 3-(PHENYLAZO)-

  S

136-40-32,6-PYRIDINEDIAMINE, 3-(PHENYLAZO)-, MONOHYDROCHLORIDE

  S

3564-09-82,7-NAPHTHALENEDISULFONIC ACID, 3-HYDROXY-4-[(2,4,5-TRIMETHYLPHENYL)AZO]-, DISODIUM SALT

  ES

72-57-12,7-NAPHTHALENEDISULFONIC ACID,
TETRASODIUM SALT

  ES

2602-46-22,7-NAPHTHALENEDISULFONIC ACID, 3,3'-[[1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4,4'-DIYLBIS(AZO)]BIS[5-AMINO-4-HYDROXY-, TETRASODIUM SALT

  ES

3761-53-32,7-NAPHTHALENEDISULFONIC ACID, 4-[(2,4-DIMETHYLPHENYL)AZO]-3-HYDROXY-, DISODIUM SALT

  ES

1937-37-72,7-NAPHTHALENEDISULFONIC ACID,
(PHENYLAZO)-, DISODIUM SALT

  E

60-57-12,7:3,6-DIMETHANONAPHTH[2,3-B]OXIRENE, 3,4,5,6,9,9-HEXACHLORO-1A,2,2A,3,6,6A,7,7A-OCTAHYDRO-, (1A.ALPHA.,2.BETA.,2A.ALPHA.,3.BETA.,6.BETA.,6A.ALPH.,7.BETA.,7A.ALPHA.)-

  E

72-20-82,7:3,6-DIMETHANONAPHTH[2,3-B]OXIRENE, 3,4,5,6,9,9-HEXACHLORO-1A,2,2A,3,6,6A,7,7A-OCTAHYDRO-, (1A.ALPHA.,2.BETA.,2A.BETA.,3.ALPHA.,6.ALPHA.,6A.BET.,7.BETA.,7A.ALPHA.)-
105-60-22H-AZEPIN-2-ONE, HEXAHYDRO-
100-73-22H-PYRAN-2-CARBOXALDEHYDE, 3,4-DIHYDRO-
25512-65-62H-PYRAN, DIHYDRO-
142-68-72H-PYRAN, TETRAHYDRO-
110-87-22H-PYRAN, 3,4-DIHYDRO-
3174-74-12H-PYRAN, 3,6-DIHYDRO-

  E

81-81-22H-1-BENZOPYRAN-2-ONE, 4-HYDROXY-3-(3-OXO-1-PHENYLBUTYL)-
154-23-42H-1-BENZOPYRAN-3,5,7-TRIOL, 2-(3,4-DIHYDROXYPHENYL)-3,4-DIHYDRO-, (2R-TRANS)-

  ES

50-18-02H-1,3,2-OXAZAPHOSPHORIN-2-AMINE, N,N-BIS(2-CHLOROETHYL)TETRAHYDRO-, 2-OXIDE

  S

315-22-020-NORCROTALANAN-11,15-DIONE, 14,19-DIHYDRO-12,13-DIHYDROXY-, (13.ALPHA.,14.ALPHA.)-

  S

3-AMINO-1-METHYL-5-H-PYRIDO(4,3-B)INDOLEACETATE

  S

3-AMINO-1,4-DIMETHYL-5-H-PYRIDO(4,3-B)INDOLE ACETATE

  E

78-94-43-BUTEN-2-ONE
814-78-83-BUTEN-2-ONE, 3-METHYL-
115-19-53-BUTYN-2-OL, 2-METHYL-
100-50-53-CYCLOHEXENE-1-CARBOXALDEHYDE
106-35-43-HEPTANONE
541-85-53-HEPTANONE, 5-METHYL-
3-HEPTENE (MIXED CIS AND TRANS)
589-38-83-HEXANONE
928-96-13-HEXEN-1-OL, (Z)-

  S

3-METHYLNITROSAMINOPROPIONITRILE
106-68-33-OCTANONE
584-02-13-PENTANOL
96-22-03-PENTANONE
141-79-73-PENTEN-2-ONE, 4-METHYL-

  ES

56-04-24(1H)-PYRIMIDINONE, 2,3-DIHYDRO-6-METHYL-2-THIOXO-

  ES

51-52-54(1H)-PYRIMIDINONE, 2,3-DIHYDRO-6-PROPYL-2-THIOXO-

  E

60-09-34-AMINOAZOBENZENE
123-19-34-HEPTANONE
108-83-84-HEPTANONE, 2,6-DIMETHYL-
2038-03-14-MORPHOLINEETHANAMINE
622-40-24-MORPHOLINEETHANOL
123-00-24-MORPHOLINEPROPANAMINE
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
123-17-14-NONANOL, 2,6,8-TRIMETHYL-
123-18-24-NONANONE, 2,6,8-TRIMETHYL-
2971-90-64-PYRIDINOL, 3,5-DICHLORO-2,6-DIMETHYL-
19594-40-24-UNDECANONE, 2-METHYL-

  S

13552-44-84,4-METHYLENEDIANILINE AND ITS DIHYDROCHLORIDE
4685-14-74,4'-BIPYRIDINIUM, 1,1'-DIMETHYL-

  E

2074-50-24,4'-BIPYRIDINIUM, 1,1'-DIMETHYL-, BIS(METHYL SULFATE)

  E

1910-42-54,4'-BIPYRIDINIUM, 1,1'-DIMETHYL-, DICHLORIDE

  E

80-05-74,4'-ISOPROPYLIDENEDIPHENOL

  E

131-89-54,6-DINITRO-O-CYCLOHEXYLPHENOL

  E

57-74-94,7-METHANO-1H-INDENE, 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,8-OCTACHLORO-2,3,3A,4,7,7A-HEXAHYDRO-

  E

76-44-84,7-METHANO-1H-INDENE, 1,4,5,6,7,8,8-HEPTACHLORO-3A,4,7,7A-TETRAHYDRO-
77-73-64,7-METHANO-1H-INDENE, 3A,4,7,7A-TETRAHYDRO-

  S

91681-63-94H-1-BENZOPYRAN-4-ONE, 6-(2,3-DIHYDROXY-3-METHYLBUTYL)-3-(2,4-DIHYDROXYPHENYL)-7-HYDROXY-
638-17-54H-1,3,5-DITHIAZINE, DIHYDRO-2,4,6-TRIMETHYL-, (2.ALPHA.,4.ALPHA.,6.ALPHA.)-
552-30-75-ISOBENZOFURANCARBOXYLIC ACID, 1,3-DIHYDRO-1,3-DIOXO-

  S

23214-92-85,12-NAPHTHACENEDIONE, 10-[(3-AMINO-2,3,6-TRIDEOXY-.ALPHA.-L-LYXO-HEXOPYRANOSYL)OXY]-
7,8,9,10-TETRAHYDRO-6,8,11-TRIHYDROXY-8-(HYDROXYACETYL)-1-METOXY-, (8S-CIS)-

  S

25316-40-95,12-NAPHTHACENEDIONE, 10-[(3-AMINO-2,3,6-TRIDEOXY-.ALPHA.-L-LYXO-HEXOPYRANOSYL)OXY]-
7,8,9,10-TETRAHYDRO-6,8,11-TRIHYDROXY-8-(HYDROXYACETYL)-1-METOXY-, HYDROCHLORIDE, (8S-CIS)-

  ES

20830-81-35,12-NAPHTHACENEDIONE, 8-ACETYL-10-[(3-AMINO-2,3,6-TRIDEOXY-.ALPHA.-L-LYXO-HEXOPYRANOSYL)OXY]- 7,8,9,10-TETRAHYDRO-6,8,11-TRIHYDROXY-1-METHOXY-, (8-CIS)-
112-98-15,8,11,14,17-PENTAOXAHENEICOSANE

  S

62450-07-15H-PYRIDO[4,3-B]INDOL-3-AMINE, 1-METHYL-

  S

62450-06-05H-PYRIDO[4,3-B]INDOL-3-AMINE, 1,4-DIMETHYL-

  E

115-29-76,9-METHANO-2,4,3-BENZODIOXATHIEPIN, 6,7,8,9,10,10-HEXACHLORO-1,5,5A,6,9,9A-HEXAHYDRO-, 3-OXIDE

  E

33213-65-96,9-METHANO-2,4,3-BENZODIOXATHIEPIN, 6,7,8,9,10,10-HEXACHLORO-1,5,5A,6,9,9A-HEXAHYDRO-, 3-OXIDE, (3.ALPHA.,5A.ALPHA.,6.BETA.,9.BETA.,9A.ALPHA.)-

  E

959-98-86,9-METHANO-2,4,3-BENZODIOXATHIEPIN, 6,7,8,9,10,10-HEXACHLORO-1,5,5A,6,9,9A-HEXAHYDRO-, 3-OXIDE, (3.ALPHA.,5A.BETA.,6.ALPHA.,9.ALPHA.,9A.BETA.)-

  E

1031-07-86,9-METHANO-2,4,3-BENZODIOXATHIEPIN, 6,7,8,9,10,10-HEXACHLORO-1,5,5A,6,9,9A-HEXAHYDRO-, 3,3-DIOXIDE

  E

1563-66-27-BENZOFURANOL, 2,3-DIHYDRO-2,2-DIMETHYL-, METHYLCARBAMATE
106-87-67-OXABICYCLO[4.1.0]HEPTANE, 3-OXIRANYL-

  ES

194-59-27H-DIBENZO[C,G]CARBAZOLE

  S

10048-13-27H-FURO[3',2':4,5]FURO[2,3-C]XANTHEN-7-ONE, 3A,12C-DIHYDRO-8-HYDROXY-6-
METHOXY-, (3AR-CIS)-
112-80-19-OCTADECENOIC ACID (Z)-
26094-13-39-OCTADECENOIC ACID (Z)-, COMPD. WITH 1-BUTANAMINE (1:1)
140-04-59-OCTADECENOIC ACID, 12-(ACETYLOXY)-, BUTYL ESTER, [R-(Z)]-

  ES

82-28-09,10-ANTHRACENEDIONE, 1-AMINO-2-METHYL-

  ES

117-79-39,10-ANTHRACENEDIONE, 2-AMINO-

  S

129-15-79,10-ANTHRACENEDIONE, 2-METHYL-1-NITRO-

  E

86-73-79H-FLUORENE
*—ANY COMPOUND OF THIS SUBSTANCE
  IS ALSO AN ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
E—ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD
S—SPECIAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE

Authority

   The provisions of this Appendix A amended under section 3 of the act of October 5, 1984 (P. L. 734, No. 159) (35 P. S. §  7303).

Source

   The provisions of this Appendix A adopted August 1, 1986, effective August 2, 1986, 16 Pa.B. 2909; amended August 11, 1989, effective January 1, 1990, 19 Pa.B. 3513. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (110017) to (110050).



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