Learn About TRI in Your Community
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.
After selecting a state, you can also select a county, city, and/or ZIP code within that state. If a specific county, city, or state is not shown in the dropdown menu, then there were no TRI facilities which reported that option as a location in 2018.
The 10 watersheds included in this search menu are those defined as Large Aquatic Ecosystems (LAEs) by EPA's Council of Large Aquatic Ecosystems. LAEs contain multiple small watersheds and water resources within a large geographic area.
The tribal lands included in this search menu are federally recognized tribes with at least one TRI facility located within its boundaries, or within 10 miles of its boundaries. Facilities located in Indian country that meet TRI reporting requirements must indicate the appropriate three-digit Bureau of Indian Affairs tribal code on annual TRI reporting forms. Facilities located within 10 miles of tribal lands are based on a spatial analysis by EPA and are suitable only for general spatial reference.
Select a state first, and then search for any TRI facility located within that state by name or TRI Facility ID (TRIFID).