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Air Emissions Inventories

2011 National Emissions Inventory (NEI) Data

The data posted at this site will include only the latest version of the 2011 NEI.  This webpage should not be used as a reference for past versions of the NEI and users wanting a record of data used in their analysis should archive and document those inventories to meet their own archival needs.  Users should not assume that the data posted on this site will stay the same as the data they use at a given point in time.

Sector Summaries - Criteria and Hazardous Air Pollutants by 60 EIS emission sectors

*A complete sector file is provided below under "Additional Summary Data".  To use the multiple selection boxes hold CTRL and click on options you would like to include in your query.  To select multiples in order, click your first option then hold SHIFT + click the last selection to highlight everything in between.  To unselect options use the same method as with selecting.  Please allow time for large queries to process (i.e. county aggregated for all pollutants, all sectors, all regions).

National / State / County or Tribe Geographic Aggregation
Pollutant Sector

Tier 1 Summaries - Criteria Air Pollutants only by 14 major tiers

National / State / County or Tribe Geographic Aggregation
Pollutant Tier 1 Category
 

SCC Data Files

The full detail data files for the Point, Onroad, Nonroad and Nonpoint data categories can be downloaded from the list below. Please note these files are larger than previous inventories and can be linked in Access if importing fails. These SCC data files do not include “events” data -wildfires and prescribed burning emissions. The events data can be found at the “Prescribed/Wildfires by Pollutant” link below under “Other Emissions Summaries”. To obtain a complete inventory total, please include these data in addition to the 4 SCC data files provided here.

Additional Summary Data

Files that can be used for air quality modeling can be found at the Air Emissions Modeling.

Maps and Fusion Tables

Fusion Tables (by Google) allow mapping data, creating charts and using tabular data, including viewing, filtering, summing and downloading.  You can use the links below to access the 2011 NEI data using Fusion Tables.  Google's feedback link is the best way to ask for improvements since Google is trialing Fusion Tables - this link is under the gear icon at the upper right of the Fusion Table pages.

Instructions on using Google Fusion Tables.  *Note:  The Google Fusion Tables and Maps will be discontinued in June 2018.

Google Fusion Tables and Maps Exit
     
All Pollutants Table Map
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Table Map
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Table Map
Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) Table Map
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Table  Map
Particulate Matter ≤ 2.5 microns (PM2.5) Table Map
Particulate Matter ≤ 10 microns (PM10) Table Map
Ammonia (NH3) Table Map
Lead Table Map
Elemental Carbon part of PM2.5 (EC) Table Map
Organic Carbon part of PM2.5 (OC) Table Map
Mercury Table Map
Chromium VI Table Map
Arsenic Table Map
Acetaldehyde Table Map
Formaldehyde Table Map
Ethyl Benzene Table Map
Acrolein Table Map
1,3-Butadiene Table Map
1,4-Dichlorobenzene Table Map
Tetrachloroethylene Table Map