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RSEI report now available as part of the TRI view of Envirofacts. RSEI content can be viewed by running a TRI search and on the right hand side of the resulting facility list, click on the desired link under the "RISK SCREENING" column.
The Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) is a computer-based screening tool developed by EPA that analyzes risk factors to put Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) release data into a chronic health context. RSEI is often used by researchers, environmental/nonprofit organizations, and government agencies to:
- Examine trends.
- Identify important emissions situations for follow-up.
- Support community-based projects.
- Initially screen potential impacts of emissions.
Use this site to find:
- Basic Information - Read more about what RSEI can do and how it is used.
- Technical Information - Important characteristics of the model, tutorials.
- How to Use—and Not Use—RSEI - Important tips on using RSEI appropriately.
- Get RSEI – How to obtain the current version of RSEI and recommended patches.
- Glossary - Key terms and model information.
- Frequent Questions – Information to help users.
- Documents – Methodology documentation, user's manuals, background and supporting information, changes from previous versions, and document archive, including user's manuals from previous versions.