- 1994 TRI Public Data Release Introduction
- Who Must Report to the TRI?
- What Must Be Reported?
- Box 1-1 An Explanation of Releases
- Box 1-2 An Explanation of Transfers
- Box 3-1. Reasons Facility Release and Transfer Estimates Change
- Appendix B Public Access to the Toxics Release Inventory
- Appendix D Uses of TRI Data
- Questions & Answers
- Industry Expansion
- The Federal Facilities Executive Order
- Federal Acquisition and Community Right-to-Know Executive Order
- Pollution Prevention
- Materials Accounting
- Alternate Threshold Rule
- TRI List of Chemicals
- Air Emissions
- Water Discharges
- Underground Injection
- Solid and Hazardous Waste
- Exposure and Health Effects
- 33/50 Program
- Compliance and Enforcement
- Box 2-1 What Does the Waste Management Information Represent?
- Box 4-1. 33/50 Hits the Mark!
- Appendix G EPA Regional Office / State TRI Contacts
- Box 2-2 What Is Source Reduction?
- Box 2-3 Source Reduction Activity Codes
- Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes
- Box 4-2. 33/50 Program Chemical Identities
- Appendix C TRI Data Quality Program
- 1994 TRI Public Data Release Executive Summary
- Potential Adverse Human Health Effects of the Top 25 TRI Chemicals with the Largest Air/Water/Land Releases, 1994
- Potential Adverse Environmental Effects of the Top 25 TRI Chemicals with the Largest Air/Water/Land Releases, 1994
- Potential Adverse Human Health and Environmental Effects of TRI Metals and Metal Compounds
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