Search below to identify industrial facilities in your community 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 start, select View Current Location or select one of the search option tabs below.
Enter an address or choose View Current Location to search for facilities.
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 tribes with at least one TRI facility located within its boundaries, or within 10 miles of its boundaries.
Search for any TRI facility by name or TRI Facility ID (TRIFID). Enter at least two characters to see a list of matching facilities. You can narrow your search first with one of the other search options (state, metro area, etc.) and then choose from facilities in that location.
Watch a short instructional video for guidance on how to search for TRI facilities EXIT.
Data sources: 2020 TRI National Analysis dataset, released October 2021. Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) model results based on 2019 National Analysis dataset, released October 2020.
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.