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Industrial Gases: Michigan

Industrial gases in MI provides 1,800 direct jobs and another 2,500 related jobs.

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Industrial Gases: Vital Supplier to the US Economy

The American industrial gases industry uses chemistry to supply essential gases like oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen to manufacturers, innovators and services that help drive the U.S. economy.

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Industrial Gases: Texas

Industrial gases in TX generates $260M in state and local taxes, and $89M in federal taxes.

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Industrial Gases: New York

Industrial gases in NY generates an additional 119,000 jobs in key manufacturing customer industries.

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Industrial Gases: Pennsylvania

Industrial gases in PA generates $188M in state and local taxes, and $113M in federal taxes.

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Industrial Gases: Ohio

Industrial gases in OH generates $67M in state and local taxes, and $54M in federal taxes.

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Industrial Gases: California

The American industrial gases industry plays a critical role in the state by providing essential products and services to manufacturers, healthcare providers and innovators that help drive California’s economy.

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Industrial Gases: Indiana

The American industrial gases industry plays a critical role in the state by providing essential products and services to manufacturers, healthcare providers and innovators that help drive Indiana’s economy.

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Industrial Gases are Essential to the U.S. Economy

The American industrial gases industry supplies essential gases like oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen to manufacturers, innovators and services that help drive the U.S. economy.

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Industrial Gases: Florida

Industrial gases in Florida generates an additional 75,000 jobs in key manufacturing customer industries.

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Transportation of Phosgene

Information contained in this section of the Guidelines is based upon United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) regulations in effect in 2006.