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Use the search features to identify industrial facilities in your community that release chemicals into the air, water, and land, or manage the waste through other methods. Learn what chemicals these facilities release, efforts to reduce releases, and potential health impacts associated with the chemical releases.

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NOTE: 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.

Demographic Profile

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Demographic data tell you about certain characteristics of the people who live near the facilities in your search area. In the map below, locations of TRI facilities are shown on top of Census block groups.

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National Percentiles for Demographic Index

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Facilities Summary - Most Recent Reporting Year: 2021

Individual Facility Summary - Most Recent Reporting Year: 2021

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Releases: includes air emissions, discharges to bodies of water or runoff, land disposal, and off-site transfers for disposal.

Waste Managed: the sum of all non-accidental chemical waste generated at a facility. It's the sum of on-site releases, on-site waste management (recycling, treatment, and energy recovery), and off-site transfers for disposal, treatment, recycling, or energy recovery.

Top Chemicals Released to Air, Water, and Land

On-site releases by chemical are shown below for air, water, and land releases. Hover over a pie slice to view chemical names and release quantities.

The default legend shows the releases quantity or RSEI Score by media type for the top 10 facilities. Click on "By Chemical" to change the legend to view the releases quantity or RSEI Score by chemical for the top 10 chemicals for the top 10 facilities.

To change the sorting order in the table, click on a column header.

For individual facility information, click on a facility name and then the green checkmark button.

Data on facility compliance with federal environmental laws are maintained in EPA's Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO).

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

Click on a facility name and then the green checkmark button for more detailed compliance and enforcement data.

The total number of quarters reflected in the table above is 12. Compliance information reflects the most recent three years of data. Specific dates defining each quarter may vary by law.

This report displays environmental and demographic data based on a 10-mile radius around the selected facility. Get details about what is included the report.

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The data below provide demographic statistics for a 5-mile radius around the center point of the selected TRI facility. These data are derived from EPA's Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO) database. Note that the default demographic data in ECHO are based on a 3-mile radius from the facility's center point.

General Statistics

Total Persons:

Population Density:

Percent Minority:

Households in Area:

Housing Units in Area:

Households on Public Assistance:

Persons Below Poverty Level:

Income Breakdown - Households (%)

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$25,000 - $50,000:

$50,000 - $75,000:

Greater than $75,000:

Age Breakdown - Persons (%)

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Adults 18 years and older:

Seniors 65 years and older:

Race Breakdown - Persons (%)




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Education Level (Persons 25 and older) - Persons (%)

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High School Diploma:

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Definitions of compliance status vary by law. For more information, visit the ECHO Frequently Asked Questions web page.

No Violation Identified
Significant Violation
Violation Identified
Status Unknown/Unavailable

The table above reflects quarterly compliance status during 12 quarters over the past three years unless otherwise noted. Specific dates defining each quarter may vary by law.

Enforcement data for this facility based on the CAA, CWA, and RCRA is provided in the table below. Note that enforcement data for TRI reporting is also available in the ECHO Detailed Facility Report by clicking on the button above.


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A "release" refers to different ways that toxic chemicals from industrial facilities enter the air, water and land. Releases include spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging, injecting, escaping, leaching, dumping, or disposing into the environment.

Waste Managed

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Facilities report how much of each chemical is recycled, burned for energy recovery, and treated, as well as how much is disposed of or otherwise released during normal production; these are all waste management methods. Facilities also report the quantity of chemicals emitted in the event of a one-time incident, such as a spill or fire; these are also included in “waste management."

Pollution Prevention (P2) - Source Reduction

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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 five different categories, which are listed under the "Trend by Method and Year" tab below (view more details in Reporting Forms and Instructions).

Product Modifications
Process and Equipment Modifications
Operating Practices and Training
Material Substitutions and Modifications
Inventory and Material Management

Potential Risk: RSEI Score

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TRI potential risk data is derived from EPA's Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI), a screening-level modeling tool that uses TRI air and water data to provide information about potential health-related impacts from toxic industrial releases. RSEI Score is a unitless value that accounts for the size of the chemical release, how the chemical degrades and moves through the environment, the size and location of the exposed population, and the chemical's toxicity. See the "More Info" button for more details.

The graphs below show how much each chemical contributes to the total pounds released as reported to TRI with how much each chemical contributes to the total RSEI Score for your current selection.

The graph below shows the trend in total RSEI Score by kind of release for your current selection. A higher total score for a year indicates a higher relative potential risk to human health. Looking at changes in RSEI Scores across years can help illustrate changes in relative potential risk over time.


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This section lists the potential health effects associated with the chemicals released by the facilities in your search area.

The table below lists health terms and briefly describes related potential health effects.

Compliance and Enforcement

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Data on facility compliance with federal environmental laws are maintained in EPA's Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO).