Data Source and Geographical Locations
We derived the geographical locations of these facilities using the longitude and latitude that are included in this public data release of the TRI data. The EPA public release also includes such information as amount and name of chemical released, amount of chemical stored on site and other useful information. We have provided the complete data along with the maps. To download the public data yourself (without our maps of course), go to http://www.epa.gov/tri/tridata/tri04/data/index.htm.
Other useful resources to check
Check our Worst Case Scenarios web page and our Toxic & Nuclear Risks In Your Backyard? for links for other resources that you can use to identify potential risks.
TRI 2004 Reference
Be sure to read our TRI 2004 Introductory page carefully. It will answer many of your questions and help you to make the best use of these point map layers.
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