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 swimming.' Based on the availability of
 new'cojtripliance information, corporate
 managers can determine how their com-
 pany's environmental performance com-
 pareFto bother companies in their industry.
 Smpl business owners can access virtual
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 Laws and Regulations
        Activity on EPA's Web site
        repeatedly shows that informa-
        tion on environmental laws and
regulations is the most frequently
requested by our users. Regulations and
laws drive the entire environmental pro-
tection system; therefore, it is not sur-
prising that these resources are of critical
interest to environmental professionals,
lawmakers, the public, industry, and
other stakeholders.
   EPA's Laws and Regulations site allows
users to search a current listing of the new
environmental rules, proposals, and notices
published in the Federal Register each day
and obtain the full text for each item.
   For users interested in final environ-
mental regulations as they appear in the
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), links
to the CFR "Web site provide ready
access. The CFR is revised annually to
include all rules and notices published by
federal agencies in the previous year and
is divided into 50 titles representing
broad subject areas. Environmental  regu-
lations  are found mainly in Title 40.
   The "Web site also provides access to
die legislation behind EPA's rules. Users
can access more than a dozen major
environmental laws, such as the Clean
Air Act and the Safe Drinking Water
Act,  that form the legal basis for environ-
mental programs, as well as new legisla-
tion  proposed within Congress.
UoSed Safes
Envirownaital Ptotec&t*
Laws and regulations are a major tool in protecting the environment.
Find out about;
 Regulations & Proposed Rules
 New regulations, proposed rules, important notices and the
 regulatory agenda of future regulations.

 Codified Regulations
 Federal regulations codified in the Code of Federal Regulations
 and additional material related to Title 40: Protection of
                              Current Legislation
                              Current legislation before the U.S. Congress, Congressional
                              Committees, and uncompiled Public Laws.

                              Public Laws passed by the U.S. Congress and codified in the
                              U.S. Code.
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              laws and regulations is
          the most frequently requested
                   by our users.
                                                                                National Archives and
                                                                               Records Administration
                                               code of
                            federal regulations
                                                                                                        	Web site
                                                                                                     rae ready access.

Center for Environmental
Information arul Statistics
    Website—a single,
   conv«i!«nt soure* of
       Information on
       quality, status
          and trends.
          Pleise move mouse over icons for feature information.
                                                                         Center ror
                                                                         and  Statistics
                         PA's new online Center for '.
                          avironmental Information and
                         Statistics (CEJS) gives,, users a single,
                    convenient source of reliable, compfehen-
                    sivc information on environmental qualj-
           ;;.  irv-; ty, stffiiSj.arid trends in,

                                 profiles on air q
                              EPA envisioned CEIS as a tool
                 to boost citizens9 environmental literacy and capability
                         to act as knowledgeable stakeholders.
                                  drinking water systems, surface
                                        water quality, hazardous
                                          .toxic releases—just by
                                       typing in a ZIP code or
                               Clicking on_a^statej3r_county_._These	
The Pollutant Standards Index
(a measure of community-wide air quality)
EPA's Pollutant Standards
Index (PSI) provides accurate,
timely, and easily
understandable information
about daily levels of air
pollution The Index provides a
uniform system for measuring
pollution levels for five of six
major air pollutants regulated
under the Clean Air Act
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                     Data Tables
   Users can .request
environmental profiles*'"
on air quality, drinking^
     water systems,.
surface ,wate,r quality,,
hazardous waste, and
      reported ixpc''
        i a ZIP code
 snicking on a state
          or county.
                                . unei; reflera environmemt.il laws.
                               Because EPA envisioned CEIS as a
                             tool to boost citizens' environmental lit-
                             eracy and capability to act as knowledge-
                             able stakeholders, the Agency conducted
                             extensive customer surveys to find out
                             what kind of information people need
                             and how best to present: it. As a iresujt, in,
                             addition to learning aboujt envirpnnjental
                             conditions in specific areas, users caa
                             obtain detailed maps showing the sources
                             of pollution in their communities and
                             the types and amounts of pollutants thjw
                             have been released. Other  featutjes aJ16w
                             users to browse through a  digitajMKbrary
                             of environmental quality rep/>rts and
                             maps describing conditions in cities,
                            , states, the nation, and^other countries.
                             Users also can search electronically
                             through dozens'of those reports to  get
                             information'^on a specific place or topic.
                               Mo,te than just a Web resource, CEIS
                             jjMvides information in nonelectronic
                           '"'formats, as well. In the future, CEIS may
                             offer printed maps and reports, telephone
                             access, and additional assistance in  both
                             English and Spanish.

   Digital Library of
   Environmental Quality
   The CHS Library of Emiiromaental Quality offers numerous State of the EtreiroHment
   Reports on geographical areas ranging from global to local, in addition to EPA documents
   grouped by category. The groupings are as follows:
  The listing of all the reports included in the Library is shown below. You can browse the
  documents below or Search the Reports in this collection.
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                                                   www.epa.gov/ecocom m
                Environmental Atlas
     Welcome to the environmental atlas of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
     (EPA), a CEIS product designed to make environmental information more
     understandable. This sHa offers an ever-growing map collection online, links lt>
     other Important collections, and information to help you understand maps and
     other environmental information.
          Maps by Theme
          Matt Index/ ,
     Hers are maps of the environment for iha entire United Stales, for a particular
     state, or for your community. For more background, learn about the geographic
     data that EPA uses to make environmental maps. Discover what maps can show
     about the land, water, air, and human changes around us. team about io
 le CEIS Library offers numerous
 state of the environment reports
        on geographic areas; the
Environmental Atlas offers an ever-
    growing map collection online.
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  One of many tools available through
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Surf Your Watershed
      For a growing number of users, log-
      ging on to find out about environ-
      mental conditions close to home
 means looking not at political jurisdic-
 tions, but at the boundaries established
 by nature—watersheds. Increasingly,
 watersheds are becoming the focus for
 designing and implementing water quali-
 ty and habitat restoration activities.
 Adopt Your Watershed programs are
 springing up around die country as more
 citizens are joining local watershed orga-
 nizations. State environmental agencies
 are using watersheds as a basis for manag-
 ing environmental responsibilities, such
 as permitting and monitoring, more effi-
 ciently and effectively. And scientists
 using geographic information  systems are
 looking at how actions along the upper
 tributaries of a river affect habitat and
 ecological conditions in the watershed
   EPA's multifaceted, information-
 packed Surf Your Watershed site supports
 these interests, providing a variety of
 tools and resources to promote watershed
 protection. As shown to the right, based
 on the recendy developed Index of
 Watershed Indicators, users  can easily
 find an assessment of the overall health of
 dieir watershed and related information.
 The index is compiled from 15 indicators
 of current water resource conditions and
 the vulnerability to future degradation. A
 listing of more tJhan 4,000 watershed
 alliances throughout the nation allows
 users to locate and participate in local
 watershed activities, and a special Speak
 Out feature acts as an information
 exchange promoting dialogue on water-
 shed issues. As a result of the American
 Heritage Rivers initiative, users can go to
 a "yellow page" directory of services that
 communities can access to support their
 watershed protection activities.

                 Surf Your Waters
                 A Service to Help You Locate, Use, and Share ,
                 Environmental Information about Your Place.
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                          Using just a few simple query screens, users can
              search for information by facility name, geographic area (e.g., ZIP code,
                          or state or county name), or chemical substance
                            to obtain the kind of Information they want.
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                                                                                                 While CEIS is designed to pro-
                                                                                                 vide users with a better
                                                                                                 understanding of environ-
                                                                                      mental conditions at the community
                                                                                      level, EPA's Envirofacts Warehouse Web
                                                                                      site is an online gateway to information
                                                                                      drawn from seven EPA databases.
                                                                                      Updated monthly based on data submis-
                                                                                      sions required under environmental laws,
                                                                                      these separate databases focus on
                                                                                      Superfund sites, drinking water, toxic and
                                                                                      air releases, hazardous waste and waste-
                                                                                      water discharge permits as well as envi-
                                                                                              ronmental grants information.
                                                                                                     Using just a few simple
                                                                                                        query screens, users
                                                                                                        can search for infor-
                                                                                                       mation by facility
                                                                                                  name, geographic area (e.g.,
                                                                                        ZIP code, or state or county name), or
                                                                                      chemical substance to obtain the kind of
                                                                                      information they want. Query results are
                                                                                      presented in either report or map formats.
                                                                                      The site's powerful Enviromapper feature
                                                                                      lets users click on maps to zoom in to any
                                                                                      area of the country and obtain informa-
                                                                                      tion about regulated facilities or sites.
                                                                                      Users also can create maps which are then
                                                                                      e-mailed to them in common graphic file
                                                                                      formats for later viewing or printing.
                                                                                        One of the most common usages of
                                                                                      Envirofacts is obtaining information
                                                                                      reported under the Toxic Release
                                                                                      Inventory (TRI). The TRI, established
                                                                                      under the Emergency Planning and
                                                                                      Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986,
                                                                                      is the central collection point for infor-
                                                                                      mation on U.S. facilities' annual  estimat-
                                                                                      ed releases to the environment of over
                                                                                      300 toxic chemicals. From inception, pro-
                                                                                      viding public access was a defining feature
                                                                                      of TRI, and its availability continues to
                                                                                      represent one of the most important steps
                                                                                      the Agency has taken to promote public
                                                                                      access to environmental data:

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                                                                                     •AIRSWeb provides access to ambient air
                                                                                          pollution data for the past 5 years.
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                                   option today?

                     '. take to protect my health on bad air days?
      PA's AIRNOW Web site, which
      provides animated, "real-time" data
     .on smog levels in selected cities
and states, offers a glimpse of how these
questions  may be readily answered online
in the future. The site will soon expand
to include other air pollutants, health
effects profiles of the most common air
pollutants, protective steps citizens can
take on days when the outdoor air is
unhealthy, and what citizens can do to
reduce air pollution in their community.
With quick, access to environmental
information that  is current and easy to
understand, citizens will be able to make
day-to-day decisions taking air quality
conditions into account.
  AIRNOW is one of several pilot
projects that are part of EPA's new
Environmental Monitoring for Public
Access and Community Tracking
(EMPACT) Program. By 2001,
EMPACT will allow Americans in 86
metropolitan areas to have access to real-
time data about air quality as well as
other environmental conditions in their



            While AIRNOW represents a
            first step toward providing
            access to real-time environ-
mental data, AIRSWeb provides access to
ambient air pollution data for the past 5
years. Updated monthly based on data
reported by the states, this site incorpor-
ates data from 4,000 monitoring sites
across the nation as well as emission levels
and compliance status for 9,000 point
sources regulated by EPA. Users can see
air pollution levels and trends over time
for a single facility, a county, or for the
entire country. Its mapping capabilities
show the locations of major air pollution
sources, monitoring sites, and areas of the
country where air pollution levels exceed
health-based EPA standards. What was
the most common air pollutant measured
in my county last month? Have condi-
tions improved or worsened over the past
five years?  Are there major sources of air
pollution in my community? EPA's
AIRSWeb  site is the place to find out.

      Llanning a beach vacation? First, be
      sure to visit the new BEACH
      Watch Web site for information
about water quality and monitoring
activities at over 1,000 beaches around
the United States. EPA created this
online directory to strengthen beach
monitoring and standards programs and
to better inform the public about beach
water quality. EPA is continuously
expanding the site as local agencies con-
tribute beach water monitoring results.
BEACH Watch is fast becoming the
national hub for information on beach
health protection throughout the coun-
try. In the future the site may include
information for all U.S. beaches, both
coastal and on inland waters.
   For any beach currently in the data-
base, BEACH Watch indicates whether
monitoring for bacteria or other
pathogens is performed, and whether an
advisory or closure has been issued since
early 1997. The frequency of monitoring
and the timeliness of reported data vary.
More detailed information also is offerej
about each beach including known
sources of pollution, the agency res
ble for beach water quality monit
(if it is being done), how frequi
water samples are collected for
how many times water quali
were exceeded during the 1
ming season, dates and
advisories and closures si:
and whether the beach
closed. BEACH Wat
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                                                      BEACH Watch

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        Are industries and specific facili-
        ties complying with environ-
        mental requirements? That
answer can be found through the Sector
Facility Indexing Project (SFIP) Web
site, which integrates and provides public
access to environmental compliance data.
In its pilot phase, SFIP profiles approxi-
mately 650 facilities in the following five
industrial sectors: automobile assembly;
pulp manufacturing; petroleum refining;
iron and steel production; and alu-
minum, copper, lead, and zinc (nonfer-
rous metals) primary smelting and
  The SFIP site allows users to look at
recent environmental data about each
facility, such as the number of inspec-
tions the facility has received, its record
of compliance with federal regulations,
its chemical releases and spills, and other
related data. SFIP also includes back-
ground data on the location and produc-
tion capacity of each facility as well as
information on the population of the
surrounding area. SFIP can be used for
different purposes. Local residents can
look up a particular facility in dieir com-
munity, for example, to check on its
compliance and enforcement history
Industry engineers can compare a facili-
ty's  performance against their competi-
tors, and environmental officials can
make cross-media comparisons that were
not possible before this information was
brought together.
  In its pilot phase, SFIP is allowing
EPA to gauge the level of public interest
in examining records about industry
compliance with environmental laws and
is helping the Agency study whether
increased public access to  data provides
an additional incentive for companies to
improve or maintain good environmental
performance. SFIP is an iterative
process in which improvements
will be made over time.
Based upon an  evaluation of
this pilot, EPA  hopes to
expand this site in the future to
include additional industry sectors
and data.
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   environmental data about each facility, such as the number
of inspections the facility has received, its record of compliance
    with federal regulations, its chemical releases and spills,
                     and other related data.

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                                                           fun and Interesting things to read and do-
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                          'vides a wealth of environmental educa-
                           tion resources, including guides, curricula,
                                                                              grant information, and links to other
                                                                              environmental education resources out-
                                                                              side EPA.
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                                          Jj'ejSt EPA's Office of Reinvention-at 202 260-1849. Or look for moreJnformation on
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