Electronic Submission of TRI Reporting Forms
Facilities prepare and submit Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) reporting forms using TRI-MEweb. This software guides facility representatives through the steps for completing, reviewing, and submitting TRI reporting forms.
On this page:
- What's New?
- TRI-MEweb Guidance
- TRI-MEweb Tutorials
- Central Data Exchange (CDX) Tutorials
- TRI Data Exchange
Access tutorials describing specific features and functionality of the reporting software via the PDF below or within TRI-MEweb itself.
TRI-MEweb is accessed through EPA's Central Data Exchange. To begin using TRI-MEweb, users must first create a CDX account.
|Tutorial Name||Length (min/sec)|
|Register a New CDX Account as a Certifying Official||11:57|
|Add a Certifying Official Role to Your CDX Profile||9:48|
|Register a New CDX Account as a Preparer||5:45|
|Add a Preparer Role to Your CDX Profile||2:52|
|Resetting Your CDX Password||2:20|
TRI Data Exchange (TDX)
Facilities located in a state or territory, or in the Indian country of a tribe participating in TDX will have their TRI reporting forms simultaneously submitted to both EPA and the relevant state, territorial or tribal government department. Find out more about TDX and which states, tribes and territories participate.