Use this graphical image to access detailed descriptions (metadata) of the available databases in the Envirofacts Warehouse. Click on a system name to access the available model and metadata for a database. Click on a system description to access the system overview.
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Envirofacts has developed a RESTful data service API to all of its internal data holdings. This functionality provides a user of Envirofacts with the ability to query any table, available in the Envirofacts database model, through the use of a URL. For more information on the RESTful data service API, please visit the Services page.
Provides grantee reported data on assessment, cleanup, and redevelopment activities and accomplishments.
SEMS Overview |SEMS Model
The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Information System provides information about Superfund (cleaning/removal of hazardous waste) sites, from discovery to their listing on the National Priorities list.
Cleanups in My Community is a mapping and listing tool that shows sites where pollution is being or has been cleaned up throughout the U.S.
Enforcement and Compliance History Online provides information about facilities' compliance and enforcement status and history.
GHG Overview| GHG Model
The program requires annual reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) data and other relevant information from large direct emissions sources and suppliers of certain fossil fuels and industrial gases in the United States.
Locational Information Overview | LRT Model
Locational information for EPA-regulated facilities in Envirofacts is cultivated from many sources, including EPA federal program systems, EPA regional offices, and the states.
The remaining program systems in Envirofacts do not link to FRS:
RadNet Overview|RadNet Model
Formerly, Environmental Radiation Ambient Monitoring System (ERAMS), provides data from a national network of monitoring stations that collect air, precipitation, drinking water, and milk samples for analysis of radioactivity.
Substance Registry Services is a central registry of information about substances that are tracked/regulated by EPA.
Provides information about chemical substances and/or mixtures that are regulated by the Toxic Substances Control Act.
UV Index Overview
The UV Index predicts the ultraviolet radiation levels on a 0-10+ scale, helping people determine appropriate sun-protective behaviors.
Other Service-Related Data:
Design for the Environment