The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) of 1980 PL 96-510 (commonly known as Superfund) mandates in Section 103(c) that certain persons notify the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by June 9, 1981 of the existence of sites where hazardous wastes from industries, businesses, government, hospitals, and other sources are stored, treated or disposed of. This document comprises a listing of 8,755 notifications of hazardous waste sites. For each notification, the listing summarizes the location, the persons required to notify, the amount and type of any hazardous waste to be found on the site reported, and any known or suspected releases of hazardous wastes. The CERCLA 103(c) notification was mandated to help EPA and State and local governments remedy problems created by uncontrolled hazardous waste disposal. This document contains ten volumes, one for each EPA region. Within each volume, the notifications are presented alphabetically by state and site name within each state, respectively.