Welcome to the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Explorer.

The TRI Explorer provides access to TRI data that is both easy to understand and flexible to use.

REPORT TYPES

This tool will generate four types of reports:

(1) State Fact Sheets (TRI data summarized from 2002 for an individual state or for the entire US);
(2) Release Reports (including on- and off-site releases (i.e., off-site releases include transfers off-site to disposal and metals and metal compounds transferred to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs)));
(3) Waste Transfer Reports (including amounts transferred off-site for further waste management but not including transfers off-site to disposal); and
(4) Waste Quantity Reports (including amounts recycled, burned for energy recovery, quantities treated, and quantities disposed of or otherwise released on- and off-site).

STEPS TO FOLLOW

To generate a TRI Explorer report, follow the five easy steps below:

Step 1. Choose Report Type by selecting one of the three report types (From the initial introduction page, Report Type can be selected by clicking on one of the Report Tabs located on the horizontal blue line beside the About TRI Explorer tab). If the State Fact Sheets is chosen, see STATE FACT SHEETS section below.

Step 2. If one of the three Report Types (Release Report, Waste Transfer Report or Waste Quantity Report) is chosen, then choose Report Grouping (output type) by selecting one of the six grouping types. (After selecting the Report Type, select one of the report groups by clicking on one of the options located in the column on the far right of the screen. Select one of the following: Chemical, Facility, Federal Facility, Trends, Geography, or Industry (North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code).) If you want a map instead of a table, then under Map select Dynamic (and see MAP TYPES section below).

Step 3. Choose the Report Criteria to specify geographic location, chemical, industry, and year (Please note that the report form changes for different report groupings -- see Selection Criteria below for further explanation).

Step 4. Choose the Report Columns to include in the generated report.

Step 5. Click on the Generated Report button. Once the report is generated, the report can be sorted by clicking on the arrows below the column headings (e.g., point source air releases, total on- and off-site disposal or other releases, etc.). The report can also be printed or downloaded to a file for further manipulation (spreadsheets, databases, etc.)

REPORT GROUPING

For each of the three report types, there are six report groupings (types of output) available. TRI data in the resulting report will be grouped (summarized) according to the Report Grouping chosen: chemicals, facilities, federal facility agencies, trends, geographic area (at the zip code, county, state or national level) or industry sector (NAIC code).

Facility Grouping
There are four types of Facility Reports the user can request:

(1) What facilities reported TRI releases in your ZIP CODE? To create this report, first select 'Enter a ZIP Code' from the Geographic Location box. Enter a zip code in the 'zip code' box, then select the chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(2) What facilities reported TRI releases in your COUNTY? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, then select the Show List of Counties button to give a list of counties in that state. Now select the county of interest, the chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(3) What facilities reported TRI releases in your STATE? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, then chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(4) What are the top 100 facilities that release a certain chemical in the US? To create this report, select United States from the Geographic Location list, then select chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report. At the top of the report, the user is given an option to ask for a report on any number of facilities (i.e., a user specified number or all facilities in the US). The generated report ranks the requested number of facilities by total on- and off-site releases.

Federal Facility Grouping
There are four types of Federal Facilities Reports the user can request:

(1) What Federal Facility Agencies reported TRI releases in your ZIP CODE? To create this report, first select 'Enter a ZIP Code' from the Geographic Location box. Enter a zip code in the 'zip code' box, then select the chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(2) What Federal Facility Agencies reported TRI releases in your COUNTY? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, then select the Show List of Counties button to give a list of counties in that state. Now select the county of interest, the chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(3) What Federal Facility Agencies reported TRI releases in your STATE? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, then chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(4) What Federal Facility Agencies that reported releases in the US? To create this report, select United States from the Geographic Location list, then select chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.

Chemical Grouping
There are four types of Chemical Reports the user can request:

(1) What are all of the TRI chemicals being reported as releases in your ZIP CODE? To create this report, first select 'Enter a ZIP Code' from the Geographic Location box. Enter a zip code in the 'zip code' box, then select the chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(2) What are all of the TRI chemicals being reported as released in your COUNTY? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, then select the Show List of Counties button to give a list of counties in that state. Now select the county of interest, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), the year, and then select Generate Report.
(3) What are all of the TRI chemicals being reported as released in your STATE? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), the year, and then select Generate Report.
(4) What are all of the TRI chemicals being reported as released in the US? To create this report, select United States from the Geographic Location list, then select the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), the year, and then select Generate Report.

Geographic Grouping
There are three types of Geographic Reports the user can request.

(1) How do reported releases compare for counties in your STATE? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, then chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(2) How do reported releases compare for states in the US? To create this report, first pick US by State from the Geographic Location list, then chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(3) What are the top 100 counties in the US reporting releases of a selected chemical? To create this report, first pick US by County from the Geographic Location list, then chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report. At the top of the report, the user is given an option to ask for a report on counties (i.e., a user specified number or all counties in the US). The generated report ranks the requested number of counties by total on- and off-site releases.

Trend Grouping
Year-to-year comparison must be based on a consistent set of chemicals to assure that any changes in releases or other waste management do not simply reflect the addition, deletion, or change in definition or reportable chemicals from one year to another.

Industry Grouping
There are four types of Industry NAIC Code Reports the user can request.

(1) What are the industry NAIC codes that reported TRI releases in your ZIP CODE? To create this report, first select 'Enter a ZIP Code' from the Geographic Location box. Enter a zip code in the 'zip code' box, then select the chemical or chemical group, the year, the NAIC code or industry group (e.g., all industries or NAIC Code), and then select Generate Report.
(2) What are the industry NAIC codes that reported TRI releases in your COUNTY? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, then select the Show List of Counties button to give a list of counties in that state. Now select the county of interest, the chemical or chemical group, the year, and then select Generate Report.
(3) What are the industry NAIC codes that reported TRI releases in your STATE? To create this report, first select a state from the Geographic Location list, then select the chemical or chemical group, the year, and then select Generate Report.
(4) What are the industry NAIC codes that reported TRI releases in the US? To create this report, first select United States from the Geographic Location list, then select the chemical or chemical group, the year, and then select Generate Report.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Before producing a TRI Explorer report, the user specifies a criterion that determines the information included in the report. The selections include the geographic area covered by the report, the chemical(s), the industry, the federal facility agencies (if a federal facilities report grouping was chosen in Step 2) and the year of the data. These options are the report selection criteria :

Geography
This determines the geographic scope of a report. You may choose the zip code, the county, the state, or the entire United States. Note that county names ending with an asterisk have no data because there were no TRI facilities in that county. If "All of the United States" is chosen for a facility report, then the top 100 facilities are shown in the output and at the top of the output, the user is given the option to ask for a report on any number of facilities (i.e., the user specifies a number or all facilities in the US).

Chemical
The user can select an individual chemical or multiple chemicals, a "core chemicals" set or a "group of chemicals". The "core chemicals" sets are: 1988 Core chemicals, 1991 Core Chemicals,1995 Core Chemicals, 1998 Core Chemicals, 2000 Core Chemicals , 2001 Core Chemicals and 2011 Core Chemicals. The specific "group of chemicals" are: 1995 new chemicals, Hazardous Air Pollutants, Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) carcinogens, Metals and metal compounds, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Hazardous Substances, and Persistent Bioaccumulative, and Toxic (PBT) chemicals. All chemicals can also be selected; they are defined as all reportable chemicals in a selected year. For the TRENDS report grouping (output type) only one of the "Core" set or an individual chemical can be selected (see TRENDS REPORTS below). “Core” sets for Trend Reports are a combination of a “Core Chemical” set as identified above and the industry sectors which have been required to report to TRI throughout the entire period covered by the Trend report.

Industry
The user can select a single Industry sector or multiple industry sectors. All industry sectors, subject to reporting under TRI program can also be selected. The list of industry sectors varies according to the year selected. Since 1988, TRI has focused on waste management activities of the manufacturing sector-facilities classified as being primarily in NAIC codes 311-316, 321-327, and 331-339. In 1998, EPA added the following industry sectors:

  •  Metal mining (NAICS 2122);
  •  Coal mining (NAICS 2121);
  •  Electrical utilities that combust coal and/or oil (NAICS 2211);
  •  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Subtitle C hazardous waste treatment and disposal facilities (NAICS 562);
  •  Chemicals and allied products wholesale distributors (NAICS 4246);
  •  Petroleum bulk plants and terminals (NAICS 4247); and
  •  Solvent recovery services (NAICS 562)
  • Federal Facility Agency
    If the user selected the Federal Facility Report Grouping in Step 2, then the user can select an individual Federal Agency (e.g., Department of Energy) or All Federal Agencies.

    Year
    The calendar year (or reporting year) for which the data are reported. Note that this criterion is not available for the Trends Report. The TRI Release Report data and Waste Transfer Report data have been reported since 1988, while Waste Quantity Report data have been reported since 1991. State Fact Sheet started in 2002.

    Report Columns

    The user can specify the data types to be displayed in the TRI Explorer report. Reporting information can either be aggregated (by clicking on Total) or disaggregated (by clicking on details). All or just specified fields can be selected (by clicking on the check boxes shown on the right of the form) to appear in the generated report. By default, TRI Explorer provides a standard report format that generally provides summary levels of the information. Some columns can be expanded to view additional fields. The user can click on the column heading for additional help. For the Release Report, the report columns will vary depending on the year chosen and the type of report.

    For report types GEOGRAPHY and INDUSTRY (see the main release report list below)

    For report type CHEMICAL

    There will be a choice of the following column in addition to the main release report list below CAS Number

    For Report Type FACILITY

    There will be a choice of the following four columns in addition to the main release report list below
    TRIFID
    Form A
    Form R
    Longitude/ Latitude

    For Report Type FEDERAL FACILITY

    There will be a choice of the following two columns in addition to the main release report list below
    Form A
    Form R

    For Report Type TREND

    The reporting years 1988 to 2001 list of columns below is the choice available for trend reports. The trend report covers multiple years and is not limited to 1988 - 2001.

    Release Report (Reporting Year 2003)
    Total On-site Disposal or Other Releases
           Underground Injection on-site to Class I Wells
           RCRA Subtitle C Landfill
           Other On-site Landfills
           Fugitive Air Emissions
           Point Source Air Emissions
           Surface Water Discharges
           Underground Injection on-site to Class II - V Wells
           Land Treatment
           RCRA Subtitle C Surface Impoundments
           Other Surface Impoundments
           Other On-site Land Disposal
    Total Off-site Disposal or Other Releases
        Transfer To Underground Injection Class I Wells
        Transfers to RCRA Subtitle C Landfills
        Transfers to Other Landfills
        Transfer To Storage Only
        Transfer To Solidification/Stabilization (metals only)
        Transfer To Disposal Wastewater Treatment (metals only)
        Transfer To POTWs (metals only)
        Transfer To Underground Injection Class II-V Wells
        Transfer To RCRA Subtitle C Surface Impoundments
        Transfer To Other Surface Impoundments
        Transfers to Land Treatment
        Transfers to Other Land Disposal
        Transfers to Other Off-Site Management
        Transfers to Waste Broker for Disposal
        Transfers to Unknown Waste Management
    Total On-site and Off-site Releases

    Release Report (Reporting Year 2002)
    Total On-site Disposal or Other Releases
           Underground Injection on-site to Class I Wells
           RCRA Subtitle C Landfill
           Other On-site Landfills
           Fugitive Air Emissions
           Point Source Air Emissions
           Surface Water Discharges
           Underground Injection on-site to Class II - V Wells
           Land Treatment
           Surface Impoundments
           Other On-site Land Disposal
    Total Off-site Disposal or Other Releases
        Transfer To Underground Injection
        Transfers to RCRA Subtitle C Landfills
        Transfers to Other Landfills
        Transfer To Storage Only
        Transfer To Solidification/Stabilization (metals only)
        Transfer To Disposal Wastewater Treatment (metals only)
        Transfer To POTWs (metals only)
        Transfer To Surface Impoundments
        Transfers to Land Treatment
        Transfers to Other Land Disposal
        Transfers to Other Off-Site Management
        Transfers to Waste Broker for Disposal
        Transfers to Unknown Waste Management
    Total On-site and Off-site Releases

    Release Report (Reporting Years 1988-2001)
        Air
            Fugitive Air
            Stack Air
        Water Discharges
        Underground Injection
            Underground Injection Class I Wells
            Underground Injection Class II - V Wells
        Land
            RCRA Subtitle C Landfills
            Other Landfills
            Land Treatment/Land Application
            Surface Impoundments
            Other Disposal
    Total On-Site Releases
    Total Off-site Releases
        Transfer To Storage Only
        Transfer To Solidification/Stabilization (metals only)
        Transfer To Wastewater Treatment (metals only)
        Transfer To Underground Injection
        Transfer To POTWs (metals only)
        Transfers to RCRA Subtitle C Landfills
        Transfers to Landfills/Surface Impoundments
        Transfers to Other Landfills
        Transfers to Other Off-Site Management
        Transfers to Waste Broker for Disposal
        Transfers to Unknown Waste Management
    Total On-site and Off-site Releases

    Note:
    On-site releases are from Section 5 of the Form R.
    Off-site releases are from Section 6 of the Form R (transfers off-site to disposal codes and metals and metal compounds sent off-site to POTWs)

    Waste Transfer Report
        Transfers to Recycling
        Transfers to Energy Recovery
        Transfers to Treatment
        Transfers to POTWS (non-metal TRI chemicals)
        Transfers to POTWs (metals and metal compounds)
        Other Off-site Transfers
        Other Transfers Off-site for Disposal or Other Releases, not including transfers to POTWs of metals and metal compounds
    Total Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management

    Note:
    The Facility Grouping also includes TRIFID, Form A and Form R.
    Total Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management amounts are from Section 6.1 and 6.2 of the Form R. However, transfers off-site to disposal reported in Section 6.2, and transfers of metals and metal compounds sent to POTWs reported in Section 6.1 are both included in the Release Report

    Waste Quantity Report(Reporting Year 2003)
        Recycled On-site
        Recycled Off-site
        Energy Recovery On-site
        Energy Recovery Off-site
        Treated On-site
        Treated Off-site
        Total On-site Disposal to Class I Underground Injection Wells, RCRA Subtitle C Landfills, and Other Landfills
        Total Other On-site Disposal or Other Releases
        Total Off-site Disposal to Class I Underground Injection Wells, RCRA Subtitle C Landfills, and Other Landfills
        Total Other Off-site Disposal or Other Releases
    Total Production-related Waste Managed
    Non-production-related Waste Managed (Waste Due to Catastrophic or One Time Events)

    Waste Quantity Report(Reporting Years 1991-2002)
        Recycled On-site
        Recycled Off-site
        Energy Recovery On-site
        Energy Recovery Off-site
        Treated On-site
        Treated Off-site
        Quantity Disposed of or Otherwise Released On- and Off-site
    Total Production-related Waste Managed
    Non-production-related Waste Managed (Waste Due to Catastrophic or One Time Events)

    Note:
    The Facility Grouping also includes TRIFID, Form A and Form R.
    Total Waste Managed amounts are from Section 8 of the Form R.

    Trends Reports
    Year-to-year comparison must be based on a consistent set of reporting requirements to assure that any changes in releases or other waste management do not simply reflect the addition, deletion, or change in definition of reportable chemicals or a change in the definition of the reporting universe from one year to another. Trend reports can be done for a set of "Core Chemicals / Industries" or for an individual chemical.

    It is important to understand the definition of the "Core Chemicals / Industries" sets as you use the TRI Explorer to look at annual trends. Depending upon the base year, core chemicals include only those chemicals that were reported in all years (i.e., 1988 core chemicals include only those chemicals that were reported for all years between 1988 and the latest reporting year). Those chemicals that were added or removed from the TRI list would not be included in the trend analysis. Similarly, depending upon the base year, core industries include only those industries that were required to report in all years (i.e., 1988 core chemicals / industries include only data by industries which were required to report for all years between 1988 and the latest reporting year). Industries added to the reporting universe would not be included in the trend analysis for any year.

    1988 Core Chemicals / Industries -- chemicals listed for reporting years 1988 and later, except for aluminum oxide, ammonia, hydrochloric acid, and sulfuric acid (note that the definitions for these four chemicals changed in various years). Certain chemicals were added to the TRI list in 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, and 2011, and other chemicals were delisted since 1988. These chemicals are not included in the 1988 Core Chemical list. The 1988 Core Chemicals set is found in the Release Report and the Waste Transfer Report. This grouping only includes data by an industry sector required to report from 1988 to the current reporting year. Industries added in 1998 are excluded from the trend data when this core set is selected.

    1991 Core Chemicals / Industries -- chemicals listed for reporting years 1991 and later, except for ammonia, hydrochloric acid and, sulfuric acid (note: that the definitions for these chemicals changed in various years). In 1991, under the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990, EPA began collecting information on source reduction and recycling activities on TRI's Form R. These chemicals are not included in the 1991 Core Chemicals list. The 1991 Core Chemical set is found in the Release Report, the Waste Transfer Report, and the Waste Quantity Report. This grouping only includes data by an industry sector required to report from 1991 (same set as 1988) to the current reporting year. Industries added in 1998 are excluded from the trend data when this core set is selected.

    1995 Core Chemicals / Industries -- chemicals listed for reporting years 1995 and later. In 1995, 286 additional chemicals and chemical compounds were added to TRI. The 1995 Core Chemical set is found in the Release Report, the Waste Transfer Report, and the Waste Quantity Report. This grouping only includes reports by an industry sector required to report from 1995 (same set as 1988) to the current reporting year. Industries added in 1998 are excluded from the trend data when this core set is selected.

    1998 Core Chemicals / Industries -- chemicals listed for reporting years 1998 (same set as 1991 core chemicals). This is the first grouping to included industries added in 1998.

    2000 Core Chemicals / Industries -- chemicals listed for reporting years 2000 and later, except for lead and lead compounds. The 2000 Core Chemicals set is found in the Release Report, the Waste Transfer Report, and the Waste Quantity Report. No change in the definition of the reporting universe since 1998.

    2001 Core Chemicals / Industries -- chemicals listed for reporting years 2001 and later, except for lead and lead compounds. The 2001 Core Chemicals set is found in the Release Report, the Waste Transfer Report, and the Waste Quantity Report. No change in the definition of the reporting universe since 1998.

    2011 Core Chemicals / Industries -- chemicals listed for reporting years 2011 and later. The 2011 Core Chemicals set is found in the Release Report, the Waste Transfer Report, and the Waste Quantity Report. No change in the definition of the reporting universe since 1998.

    MAP TYPES
    This tool will generate three types of maps:

    (1) Release Maps (including on- and off-site disposal or other releases (i.e., off-site disposal or other releases include transfers off-site to disposal and metals and metal compounds transferred to POTWs));
    (2) Waste Transfer Maps (including amounts transferred off-site for further waste management including transfers off-site to disposal); and
    (3) Waste Quantity Maps (including amounts recycled, burned for energy recovery, quantities treated, and quantities disposed of or otherwise released on- and off-site).

    STEPS TO FOLLOW

    To generate a TRI Explorer Map, follow the five easy steps below:

    Step 1. Choose Dynamic under Map (located at the bottom of the column on the far left of the screen).

    Step 2. Choose Map Report Type by selecting one of the three report types (Release Report, Waste Transfer Report or Waste Quantity Report). The Report Type can be selected by clicking on one of the three Report Tabs located on the horizontal blue line to the right of the About TRI Explorer tab and the State Fact Sheet tab).

    Step 3. Choose the Map Criteria to specify geographic area, chemical, industry, and year. (See Selection Criteria below for further explanation).

    Step 4. Choose the Map Data to include in the generated map (by clicking on one type of data in far right column of page - see MAP DATA section below).

    Step 5. Click on the Map it! button. The map is interactive

    SELECTION CRITERIA

    Before producing a TRI Explorer map, the user specifies a criterion that determines the information included in the map. For example, you might select the Geographic Location, the chemical released, the year of release, and the industry. These options are the map selection criteria :

    Geography
    This determines the scope of a map. You may choose a map of the U.S. by county, the U.S. by State, or a map of a selected state.

    Chemical
    The chemical selected can be an individual chemical, group of chemicals (e.g. OSHA or PBT chemicals) or a class of chemicals (e.g., 1988 Core chemicals). All chemicals are defined as all reportable chemicals in a selected year.

    Industry
    The user can select a single Industry sector or multiple industry sectors. All industry sectors can also be selected. The list of industry sectors varies according to the year selected. Since 1988, TRI has focused on waste management activities of the manufacturing sector-facilities classified as being primarily in NAIC codes 311-316, 321-327, and 331-339. In 1998, EPA added the following industry sectors:

  •  Metal mining (NAICS 2122);
  •  Coal mining (NAICS 2121);
  •  Electrical utilities that combust coal and/or oil (NAICS 2211);
  •  Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Subtitle C hazardous waste treatment and disposal facilities (NAICS 562);
  •  Chemicals and allied products wholesale distributors (NAICS 4246);
  •  Petroleum bulk plants and terminals (NAICS 4247); and
  •  Solvent recovery services (NAICS 562)
  • Year
    The calendar year (or reporting year). The Release Report data and Waste Transfer Report data have been reported since 1988, while Waste Quantity Report data have been reported since 1991.

    MAP DATA

    The user can specify the data type to be displayed in the TRI Explorer map. A specified reporting column can be selected (by clicking on the radio button shown on the right of the form) to appear in the generated map. The default reporting columns for different report types are described below. These reporting columns were selected to provide an adequate coverage for most TRI Explorer users.

    Release Map
    Total On-Site Disposal or Other Releases
    Total Off-site Disposal or Other Releases
    Total On-site and Off-site Disposal or Other Releases

    Waste Transfer Map
        Transfers to Recycling
        Transfers to Energy Recovery
        Transfers to Treatment
        Transfers to POTWs (metals and metal compounds only)
        Transfers to POTWs (non-metal TRI chemicals)
        Other Off-site Transfers
    Total Transfers Off-site for Further Waste Management

    Waste Quantity Map(Reporting Year 2003)
        Recycled On-site
        Recycled Off-site
        Energy Recovery On-site
        Energy Recovery Off-site
        Treated On-site
        Treated Off-site
        Total On-site Disposal to Class I Underground Injection Wells, RCRA Subtitle C Landfills, and Other Landfills
        Total Other On-site Disposal or Other Releases
        Total Off-site Disposal to Class I Underground Injection Wells, RCRA Subtitle C Landfills, and Other Landfills
        Total Other Off-site Disposal or Other Releases
    Total Production-related Waste Managed
    Non-production-related Waste Managed (Waste Due to Catastrophic or One Time Events)

    Waste Quantity Map(Reporting Year 1991 - 2002)
        Recycled On-site
        Recycled Off-site
        Energy Recovery On-site
        Energy Recovery Off-site
        Treated On-site
        Treated Off-site
        Quantity Disposed of or Otherwise Released On- and Off-site
    Total Production-related Waste Managed
    Non-production-related Waste Managed (Waste Due to Catastrophic or One Time Events)

    STATE FACT SHEETS
    This tool will generate a Fact Sheet that summarizes annual data for a State or for the entire US starting from 2002

    STEPS TO FOLLOW
    To generate a TRI Explorer State Fact Sheet, follow the two easy steps below:

    Step 1. Choose State Fact Sheets. (From the initial introduction page, State Fact Sheets can be selected by clicking on the tab located on the horizontal blue line to the right of the About TRI Explorer tab).

    Step 2. Select a State or all of the US from the drop down list or by clicking on the map.

    Chemical Abstracts Service Number (CAS)

    CAS is the Chemical Abstracts Service Number. These are unique numerical identifiers for chemical compounds, polymers, biological sequences, mixtures and alloys. They are also referred to as CAS registry numbers, CAS RNs or CAS #s. In the TRI Explorer reports, these numbers are presented without hyphens
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