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Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Program

TRI for Communities

The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a starting point for communities to learn about toxic chemicals that industrial facilities are using and releasing into the environment, and whether those facilities are doing anything to prevent pollution.

TRI Community Basics

Information About Your Community

You can quickly find information about toxic chemical releases and pollution prevention activities at industrial facilities by searching below: 

Search by:                                             

Select:  State: or Zip Code: City: County:

Select Metropolitan Area: 
Select Watershed: 
Select Tribe: 
Search for Facilities: Street: City: State: Zip:  

Note: Data are current as of October 2018.


TRI Community Uses

Image showing a TRI community engagement pilot project training workshop.
EPA leads a TRI community engagement pilot training workshop in South Philadelphia.

You can use TRI data for many purposes. EPA produced the products below to test out ways to make TRI more accessible, understandable and useful for communities. We encourage you to use these as models to create materials for your own community: 

More Community Resources