Search for facilities in your community for the purpose of determining whether:
- EPA or state/local governments have conducted compliance inspections;
- violations were detected; or
- enforcement actions were taken and penalties were assessed in response to environmental law violations.
Use this graphical image to access detailed descriptions (metadata) of the databases in the Envirofacts Warehouse.
CAMEO (Computer-Added Management of Emergency Situations)
This powerful tool bundles three great applications including:
- A chemical database of over 6,000 hazardous chemicals, 80,000 synonyms, and product trade names.
- A mapping application. It allows users to "see" their data (e.g., roads, facilities, schools, response assets).
- An atmospheric dispersion model used for evaluating releases of hazardous chemical vapors.
Toxics Release Inventory (TRI)
info about toxic chemical releases in your neighborhood
Find New England Sites
Use this link to locate a hazardous waste site in New England
Urban Environmental Program
In urban areas throughout New England, residents are exposed to a multitude of environmental and public health hazards. This site guides you through the most pressing urban issues.
Contains information on designs that use less electricity and explains the benefits of purchasing Energy Star products.
- Green Building Design, EPA New England Regional Lab (NERL)
- Green Building
- Energy Star Buildings
- Construction & Demolition (C&D) Debris
- Soak Up the Rain