Facility Registry Service (FRS)
Why FRS Matters to You
The Facility Registry Service (FRS) identifies and geospatially locates facilities, sites, or places of environmental interest that are subject to regulation. Using rigorous verification and data management procedures, FRS integrates facility data from EPA’s national program systems, other federal agencies, and state and tribal master facility records.
FRS provides EPA with a centrally managed, single source of comprehensive and authoritative information on facilities. FRS serves as the geospatial and facility integration component to Envirofacts and many other EPA mapping, query, and multi-media analysis applications.
FRS is supported by a network of data stewards with geographic and programmatic expertise. Data stewardship is embraced as a core EPA value and a prerequisite to high-quality data.FRS Data Stewards Page
FRS Data Steward Contacts
Who’s Who in FRS?
Facility Linkage Application
FRS Program Crosswalks
FRS Program Partners
FRS on the Exchange Network
The Exchange Network is a partnership among states, tribes, territories and the EPA for the online exchange of environmental information.FRS on the Exchange Network
Facility Identification (FacID v3.0)
Facility Identification (FacID v2.3)
Central Data Exchange (CDX)
FRS documentation is maintained to ensure that facility information is efficiently and accurately managed.Data Model
System of Registries
There are a variety of ways to search and pull FRS data.
FRS Query to retrieve detailed facility data
EZ Query for a more customized search
Organization Query Form to retrieve Organization data
Geospatial Data Download Service to retrieve geospatial files in several formats
FRS has web services to allow developers to pull data into their own systems.
FRS Interests Map Service