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We had a leak of Freon 22. Do we need to report this leak under EPCRA 304 Emergency Release Notification? According to Table 302.4 Freon 22 is a halomethane with no RQ but ** in the RQ column which means no RQ is being assigned to the broad class of compounds. What does this mean the RQ is?

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