Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Program
2011 TRI National Analysis Report Now Available
The National Analysis is EPA's annual report summarizing the most recent TRI information at the national level and for selected urban communities, large aquatic ecosystems, and tribal lands. A variety of documents, webpages and online tools are available to help you learn about the TRI toxic chemicals managed at industrial facilities in 2011, including what those facilities are doing to prevent pollution.
- Start browsing the National Analysis report
- Find facility-level data with the myRTK mobile app
- Generate reports based on chemicals, geographic areas, industries or reporting years using TRI Explorer
- Learn how TRI facilities are reducing and preventing pollution on the new P2 webpage
- Build customized searches and integrate results with mapping using TRI.NET
View the Recent TRI webinar,
"New Ways to Showcase Sustainability in Your 2012 TRI Report"
To help facilities prepare for the July 1st TRI reporting deadline, TRI hosted a webinar on June 5, 2013. This webinar provided training on completing the pollution prevention (P2) portion of the TRI reporting form, which gives facilities the opportunity to report and describe P2 activities and other environmentally-friendly practices related to TRI-listed toxic chemicals. Providing this information allows EPA to present a more complete picture of a facility's management of toxic chemicals and helps make TRI a more effective tool for highlighting and promoting P2 successes. To view the slides, visit the TRI Training For Reporting Year 2012 webpage.
TRI-MEweb Application and Reporting Materials Now Available for RY 2012
The RY 2012 versions of TRI-MEweb, the TRI reporting forms and instructions, the TRI chemical list, training modules and the threshold screening tool are now available for facilities to begin reporting for RY 2012. The deadline to submit TRI forms for RY 2012 is midnight on July 1, 2013. As a reminder to facilities submitting paper forms, these can now be completed online prior to printing.