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http://www.truthout.org/meet-toxic-100-corporate-air-polluters58223
The Toxic 100 Air Polluters index is based on air releases of hundreds of chemicals from industrial facilities across the United States. The rankings take into account not only the quantity of releases, but also the toxicity of chemicals, transport factors such as prevailing winds and height of smokestacks, and the number of people exposed.

The top five air polluters among large corporations are the Bayer Group, ExxonMobil, Sunoco, DuPont, and Arcelor Mittal. The Toxic 100 Air Polluters rankings have been expanded to include large privately held firms, such as number 10 Koch Industries, as well as the world's largest publicly traded corporations.

For the first time, the Toxic 100 Air Polluters includes information on the disproportionate risk burden from industrial air toxics for minorities and low-income communities. This makes it possible to compare corporations and facilities in terms of their environmental justice performance as well as overall pollution. For example, the data reveal that minorities bear 65% of the air toxics risk from facilities owned by ExxonMobil, while minorities make up 38% of the U.S. population.


here is the actual list of the TOXIC 100, the top air polluters in the u.s.
(btw...i would welcome a list of canadian offenders if anyone can find one)

http://www.peri.umass.edu/toxic_index/
 

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I think most people on here are footprint reducers. I'm becoming one. I just need more money so I can get my new home built, among other things. Self-sustainability is great :thumb:
 

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Don't forget ChemFAILs. :p
 
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