TRI Search Plus: Find a Location

TRI Search Plus provides additional options for more advanced searches on TRI facilities and data compared to what is on the TRI homepage. It allows you to search by location, and then also filter by additional options such as year, chemical, and industry sector.

Search below to identify industrial facilities that release chemicals into the air, water, and land. Learn what chemicals these facilities release, how these facilities are reducing releases, and potential health impacts of these releases.

To get started, you can search for TRI facilities by selecting Use Current Location or a specific address, state, metro area, watershed, tribal land, or facility name.

In addition to the location options available on this page, you can also select additional search options using the filters in the Select Filters and Options menu at the top right.

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Your entry returned more than one possible match. The first match is shown on the map. If this is not your desired location, try entering more detailed search text.

The metro areas included in this menu have at least one facility that reported to TRI. The MSAs consist of one or more socially and economically integrated adjacent counties, cities, or towns.

The 10 watersheds included in this menu are those defined as Large Aquatic Ecosystems (LAEs), and contain multiple small watersheds and water resources within a large geographic area.

The tribal lands included in this search menu are federally recognized tirbes with at least one TRI facility located within its boundaries, or within 10 miles of its boundaries.

It is important to remember that the TRI Program covers many—but not all—industry sectors and chemicals. Additionally, some facilities within a covered sector may not meet TRI reporting criteria.

TRI Search Plus - Find a Location

This map shows the location of TRI facilities for Reporting Years 2007-2018 based on your search criteria. Use the menu options on the left to learn more about these facilities.

In addition to the location options available on this page, you can also select additional search options using the filters in the Select Filters and Options menu at the top right.

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TRI Search Plus: Facilities Summary

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TRI Search Plus: Releases

A "release" of a chemical means that it is emitted into the air or water, placed in some type of land disposal, or transferred off site to another location for disposal or release.

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TRI Search Plus: Waste Managed

For each chemical for which facilities exceed TRI reporting thresholds, facilities must report how much of the chemical is recycled, burned for energy recovery, or treated, as well as how much is disposed of or otherwise released. All of these are considered normal methods of managing waste that results from normal production processes. In the event of a one-time incident such as a spill or fire, facilities may also be required to report these non-production-related chemical quantities.

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TRI Search Plus: Pollution Prevention

Source reduction refers to how facilities reduce the amount of chemical waste they produce or how they avoid producing it in the first place. Facilities are required to report any new source reduction activities each year by selecting codes on the TRI reporting form that correspond to eight different categories.

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TRI Search Plus: Potential Risk

EPA's Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) model provides information about the potential health-related impacts of toxic releases to air and water from facilities that report to the TRI Program.

A RSEI Score is a number that represents an estimate of relative potential human health risk based on the quantity and toxicity of a chemical, and the potential for human exposure. Comparing the RSEI Scores of facilities and chemicals can highlight situations that might warrant concern and need additional information. Additional information about using RSEI results is available on the RSEI web page.

The interactive summary table below can be used to find information about TRI releases and RSEI Score for different facilities, chemicals, and media in your current selection. You can expand or collapse each category to see the next level of detail using the and buttons. You can also rearrange the order of categories by dragging the field names in the top row.

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TRI Search Plus: Compliance and Enforcement

Compliance and enforcement data for air emissions, surface water discharges, and hazardous waste are reported to EPA through various programs and maintained in the Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO) web pages (additional information on ECHO data).

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For each facility listed in the table below, "Number of Quarters with Noncompliance" reflects the number of three-month periods in the past three years for which EPA identified known violations of the specific environmental law. Note that not every facility is regulated under all three laws.

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TRI Search Plus: Potential Health Effects

Whether or to what extent a person experiences adverse health effects from exposure to one or more chemicals depends on many factors, including the toxicity of the chemical, how the chemical is dispersed in the environment, and the timing and duration of a person's exposure to the chemical.

Chemical health effects information comes from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Carcinogen List and the TRI-CHIP datasets.

The table below lists the chemicals reported by the TRI facilities in the area you selected, along with the release quantities and the health effects known to be associated with exposure to the chemicals.

The table below briefly explains potential health effects known to be associated with exposure to the chemicals being released in the area you selected.