Toxics Release Inventory Data and Tools Envirofacts Database and Query. US EPA Office of Environmental Information. Tribal Lands Forum August 2013. Toxics Release Inventory.
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Tribal Lands Forum
Factors to consider with TRI data:
TRI can help Tribes:
The two electric utilities on the Navajo Nation Reservation and one metal mine on the Tohono O'odham Nation of Arizona accounted for 78% of the on-site land disposal. One paper facility located on the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe's (Fond du Lac) land reported one-third (33%) of all air releases.
New Tribal Query in Envirofacts
Query EPA’s data by proximity to tribal land
Tools to help users access and analyze the TRI data:
myRTK: for quick snapshot of facilities in your area and information about compliance history, chemicals released and potential health effects.
TRI Explorer: reports of releases, transfers, and waste managed that can be compared across facilities, chemicals, geographic areas, industries (NAICS code) or reporting years.
TRI.NetBuild customized TRI data queries which users can then download, map and analyze results with other data sources.
Geospatial tools (ArcGIS, EPA’s GeoPlatform, other mapping tools)
Tools and training to assist facilities with reporting can be found here: http://www.epa.gov/tri/training/index.htm
TRI for tribal communities: http://www.epa.gov/tri/stakeholders/tribal/index.html#5
To offer feedback about training ideas on TRI for tribal environmental professionals, please contact John Mead John.Mead@nau.edu #928-523-2005 at ITEP or Lee Pera (contact below).
Lee Pera (EPA’s Geoplatform and training) email@example.com 202-566-2332