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Hazards in the community

Hazardous Substances in Your Community

Safer Choice Products

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency can help you find safer products for your community and more!

Toxics Release Inventory

The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) tracks releases of certain toxic chemicals. TRI facilities report how much of each of these chemicals is disposed of or released into our environment each year. See the latest reports on TRI releases in Washington.

Search Tools to Explore TRI and Other Data

MyEnvironment- Learn more about environmental quality in your area.

Envirofacts - Search multiple EPA databases for facilities by geographic area, including TRI reports.

RSEI – A computer-based tool for Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators.

EJSCREEN – Environmental Justice Screening and Mapping Tool.

TRI Explorer – Search for TRI releases by chemical, industry, or geographic area.

MyRTK (My Right-to-Know) – Find industrial facilities releasing toxics chemicals by geographic area.

TRI.NET – Advanced users can create custom TRI data queries with this application.

Pollution Prevention (P2) Search – Find pollution prevention activities by industry, chemical, or state.

Factors to Consider When Using TRI Data – Learn more about TRI data and limitations.

National Air Toxics Assessment – Search air toxics by geographic area.

Explore Tox Town, an interactive and visual introduction to toxic chemicals and health risks you might encounter in everyday life, in everyday places. Spanish available

Tier Two Emergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory

Facilities that store certain hazardous substances must provide information about these inventories to the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC), Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPC), and local fire departments. Learn about facilities in Washington:

Frequently-reported hazardous substances

Number of reporting facilities

Data by county / LEPC

Hazardous Waste Generated and Recycled

Ecology tracks the amount of hazardous waste generated and recycled by certain businesses and facilities in Washington State.

Hazardous Waste Facility Search

Hazardous Waste Generation Trends

Compliance with Dangerous Waste Laws

Water Quality

National Water-Quality Assessment Program

Puget Sound Water Quality Studies

The Hazardous Substance Information and Education Office is funded in partnership with the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries by the Worker and Community Right-to-Know Fund.