TRI Pollution Prevention Industry Profile
Updated April 2020

This dashboard provides data about industrial chemical releases, waste management, and source reduction activities based on TRI reporting facilities from 2007 through 2018.



Facility Info
Reporting Info
Release Info
Source Reduction Info

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Questions that may be answered:
Where are TRI facilities located?
To what environmental medium are chemicals released?
How do facilities manage chemical waste?
How much waste is sent off-site to other facilities?
What chemicals are being released and/or otherwise managed?
What types of source reduction activities have facilities implemented?
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This map provides context for where TRI facilities are located based on demographic information. Demographic inforamtion is downloaded from EPA's EJSCREEN: Environmental Justice Screening and Mapping Tool. EJSCREEN provides demographic information at the U.S. Census block group level. The three metrics included here are:

  • Percent Low Income: The percent of a block group's population in households where the household income is less than or equal to twice the federal "poverty level."
  • Percent MinorityThe percent of indidivuals in a block group who list their racial status as a race other than white alone and/or list their ethnicity as Hispanic or Latino.
  • Demographic Index: A calculated index based on the average of Percent Low-Income and Percent Minority.

You can select which demographic metric to view with the toggle buttons below. Census block groups will not show on the map if too many are included in your current selection.

Select from the menu below to display different types charts related to releases.

Select from the menu below to display different types of charts related to waste management.

Select a receiving state, off-site facility, or chemical to view individual transfers on the map.

Waste Transfers (lb)
Off-Site Transfers
Off-Site Facilities
Origin Facilities
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Select from the menu below to display different types of source reduction information reported to TRI. Click on the Green Chemistry button to select only those activities associated with green chemistry practices.