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                              Create a FACILITY REPORT with TRI Explorer
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        Create a FACILITY REPORT with TRI  EXPLORER
              Toxics Release Inventory: It's On-Line!  It's Easy!  It's Your Right to Know!
  V     What are the top 100 facilities in the U.S. based on total TRI chemical releases to the
         environment?

  V     What facility released the most OSHA carcinogens?
         The most persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic (PBT) chemicals?

  V     What electric utilities rank in the top 10 for TRI-reported environmental releases?
         You can  quickly and easily  find answers to these questions
               on  the  web  with a made-to-order TRI FACILITY  REPORT!
   This is what your TRI FACILITY REPORT will look like...
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United States
Environmental Protection
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                                                                            EPA 908-F-04-001C
                                                                            August 2004

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To create your own TRI FACILITY REPORT, follow these easy steps:

1.     Go to EPA's TRI Explorer at www.epa.gov/triexplorer.

2.     Under "Reports" on the left-hand side of the screen, select "Facility."

3.     If you click on "Generate Report," you will receive a list of the top 100 facilities based on TRI-reported
      chemical releases on-site and off-site during the specified year. The report will include releases to air,
      land, surface water, underground injection wells, total releases on-site at the facilities, and total
      releases off-site. The report includes chemicals released by all industries that are regulated by TRI.

      Your TRI FACILITY REPORT will automatically be sorted by highest total on- and off-site disposal and
      other releases.  You can quickly and easily sort this list by air emissions, surface water discharges,
      underground injection, total releases on-site, and total releases off-site by clicking on the little arrows
      at the top of each column.
Customize your TRI FACILITY REPORT...

V      Looking for a list of the top facilities based on TRI-reported releases in your state or county?
       Simply make a selection under "Geographic Location" and click on "Generate Report."

V      Wondering what facilities released the most persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic (PBT)
       chemicals, OSHA carcinogens, or hazardous air pollutants (HAPS)? You can create a list of
       these facilities simply by clicking on the arrow under "Chemical Released." Scroll down and click on
       "Select a chemical group." Make your selection, click on "Generate Report" and get your list!

V      How about a list of the top electric utilities or plastics manufacturers? Simply click on the arrow
       next to "All Industries," scroll down and click on  "Select from list of SIC codes."

V      Simplify your TRI FACILITY REPORT for easy printing by generating individual reports for "Total On-
       site Disposal or Other Releases" and "Total  Off-site Disposal or Other Releases."
                           What you can do.   TAKE ACTION!
                  You are a full partner in environmental protection.
V      Find out what chemicals these facilities are releasing by clicking on the facility name in TRI Explorer
       or with an Envirofacts FACILITY SUMMARY REPORT.

V      You can learn more about the health and safety of these chemicals at the National Library of
       Medicine's ToxNet at http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov and  the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease
       Registry's ToxFAQS at http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxfag.html.

V      Start a dialogue with facilities in your state. Urge facilities to improve their chemical management
       and pollution prevention practices. The TRI provides a foundation on which your community can build
       a partnership with local industry.

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             Toxics Release Inventory: It's On-Line!  It's Easy!  It's Your Right to Know!


  A TRI FACILITY SUMMARY REPORT will provide you with...

  V     A detailed summary of the TRI chemicals released and managed by a specific facility for each
         year that the facility has reported to EPA since 1987!

  V     An easy way to make side-by-side annual comparisons of the chemicals reported and
         released into the environment by a facility.

    View a detailed summary of all the TRI chemicals released by a facility
                   since 1987 with a TRI FACILITY SUMMARY REPORT!
  Your TRI FACILITY SUMMARY REPORT will include a summary table like this and much more...
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   More information about these additional regulatory aspects of this facility can be found by pressing the other regulatory data button below.
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   Total Aggregate Releases of TRI Chemicals to the Environment;


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                             Total Aggie gate Releases of TRI Chemicals excluding Dioxin and Dioxin-like Compounds
                                                ^Measured in Pounds)
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|Air Emissions
Surface Water Discharges
Releases to Land
Underground Injection
Total Oil-Site Releases
2002
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143752.178
2001
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129526.926
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129527.236
2000
105858
28099.65
1999
111346
23780
0| 0
NR| NR
133957. 65 |135126
1998
125792
16252
0
NR
142044
NRJ NR| NR
133957.65:
135126
142044
1997
125362
18705
0
NR
144667
NR
144667
1996
134817
18816
1995
119866
31772
1994
1 20524
10932
0| NR| NR
NR
NR| NR
153633(151638
1993
123273
44915
NR
NR
131456 168188
NR | NR | NR
1 53633
151638
131456
NR
168188
1992
128084
15527
NR
NR
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1989
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NR | NR | NR
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  Turn the page... find out how to create your own TRI FACILITY SUMMARY REPORT in minutes!
United States
Environmental Protection
Agency
                                                                                  EPA 908-F-04-001D
                                                                                  August 2004

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To create your own TRI  FACILITY SUMMARY REPORT, follow these easy steps:

1.     Go to EPA's TRI Envirofacts at www.epa.gov/enviro.

2.     From the blue sidebar on the left-hand side, click on "Queries, Maps and Reports."

3.     Under Queries, you'll see the heading "Toxics Release Inventory" followed by several query options.
      Select "TRI Query" to create a FACILITY SUMMARY REPORT.

4.     The TRI Query Form allows you to retrieve data from the TRI database. Your query returns facility
      information and chemical reports. Narrow your search by selecting from options including facility name,
      geographic location, standard industrial classification code, and/or chemical name. At a minimum, EPA
      recommends you narrow the search by entering the state since Envirofacts contains information on
      more than 25,000 facilities nationwide. Once you have narrowed your search, scroll to the bottom of
      the page and click on "Search."

5.     Your query will create a list of facilities that meet your search criteria.  Once you find the facility you are
      interested in, click on the TRI Facility ID number (highlighted in blue) to view the FACILITY SUMMARY
      REPORT.
Can't find the facility you are looking for?  Try these helpful tips:

V     Search for a facility with "containing" instead of "beginning with."

V     Limit the facility name to one or two key words.

V     Search only by state and city or county (and no facility name).  Business ownership and names can
      change frequently. It is not uncommon for a facility's official name to be different than the name they
      are generally known by in a community.
                           What you can do.  TAKE ACTION!
                  You are a full partner in environmental protection.
V     Start a dialogue with facilities in your state. Encourage facilities to improve their chemical
      management and pollution prevention practices. The TRI provides a foundation on which your
      community can build a partnership with local industry.

V     Work with your local government to improve government policies and create incentives for pollution
      prevention.

V     You can learn more about the health and safety of these chemicals at the National Library of
      Medicine's ToxNet at http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov and  the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease
      Registry's ToxFAQS at http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxfag.html.

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