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           75354             Vinylidene chloride (1,1-Dichloroethylene)  

           1330207           Xylenes (isomers and mixture)  

           95476             o-Xylenes  

           108383            m-Xylenes  

           106423            p-Xylenes  

           0                 Antimony Compounds  

           0                 Arsenic Compounds (inorganic including arsine)  

           0                 Beryllium Compounds  

           0                 Cadmium Compounds  

           0                 Chromium Compounds  

           0                 Cobalt Compounds  

           0                 Coke Oven Emissions  

           0                 Cyanide Compounds *1  

           0                 Glycol ethers *2  

           0                 Lead Compounds  

           0                 Manganese Compounds  

           0                 Mercury Compounds  

           0                 Fine mineral fibers *3  

           0                 Nickel Compounds  

           0                 Polycylic Organic Matter *4  

           0                 Radionuclides (including radon) *5  

           0                 Selenium Compounds

   NOTE: For  all listings  above which contain  the word "compounds"

and  for  glycol  ethers,  the  following  applies:  Unless  otherwise

specified, these listings are defined as including any unique chemical

substance that  contains the named chemical  (i.e., antimony, arsenic,

etc.) as part of that chemical's infrastructure.  

   *1    X'CN  where  X  = H'  or  any  other  group  where a  formal

dissociation may occur. For example KCN or Ca(CN)2

   *2  Includes mono- and  di- ethers of ethylene  glycol, diethylene

glycol, and triethylene glycol R-(OCH2CH2)n-OR' where  

         n = 1, 2, or 3  

         R = alkyl or aryl groups  

         R' =  R,  H, or  groups which,  when removed,  yield  glycol

         ethers  with the  structure:  R-(OCH2CH)n-OH.  Polymers  are

         excluded from the glycol category.

   *3      Includes   mineral   fiber   emissions   from   facilities

manufacturing  or processing  glass, rock,  or  slag fibers  (or other

mineral derived fibers) of average diameter 1 micrometer or less.

   *4   Includes organic compounds with  more than  one benzene ring,

and which have a boiling point greater than or equal to 100-C.  

   *5   A  type  of  atom which  spontaneously  undergoes radioactive

decay.  

      "(2) Revision of the list.-The Administrator shall periodically

   review  the list  established by  this subsection and  publish the

   results  thereof and, where appropriate, revise such list by rule,

   adding  pollutants   which  present,   or  may   present,  through

   inhalation or other  routes of exposure, a threat of adverse human

   health effects  (including, but not  limited to, substances  which

   are  known  to  be,  or  may  reasonably  be  anticipated  to  be,

   carcinogenic,  mutagenic,  teratogenic,  neurotoxic,  which  cause

   reproductive  dysfunction,  or which  are  acutely or  chronically

   toxic) or  adverse environmental effects  whether through  ambient

   concentrations,  bioaccumulation,  deposition, or  otherwise,  but

   not including releases subject to regulation  under subsection (r)

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