Envirofacts: Data Warehouse and Applications
http://www.epa.gov/enviro/


The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created the Envirofacts Warehouse to provide the public with direct access to the wealth of information contained in its databases. The Envirofacts Warehouse allows you to retrieve environmental information from EPA databases on Air, Chemicals, Facility Information, Grants/Funding, Hazardous Waste, Superfund, Toxic Releases, and Water Permits, Drinking Water, Drinking Water Contaminant Occurrence, and Drinking Water Microbial and Disinfection Byproduct Information (Information Collection Rule [ICR]). You may retrieve information from several databases at once, or from one database at a time. Online queries allow you to retrieve data from these sources and create reports, or you may generate maps of environmental information by selecting from several Mapping Applications. You can also read about the spatial data used by Mapping Applications. The locational information in Envirofacts contains all of the latitude and longitude coordinate data for EPA related facilities.

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Topics: Human Dimensions/Resources