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U.S. EPA Adds Chemicals and Facilities to Envirofacts Database

Siros PhotoBy Steven Siros

On May 17, 2010, U.S. EPA announced that it was adding more than 6,300 chemicals and 3,800 chemical facilities regulated under the Toxic Substances Control Act (“TSCA”) to U.S. EPA public database “Envirofacts”. The Envirofacts database is a publicly available database that provides a single point of access for information concerning environmental activities affecting air, water and land at facilities throughout the United States. Information available on the database includes facility names and addresses, aerial facility images, and links to other U.S. EPA databases such as the Enforcement Compliance History Online database. These steps are being taken by U.S. EPA as part of Administrator Jackson’s commitment to increase public access to information on chemicals. See for further information concerning this U.S. EPA initiative.


PEOPLE: Steven M. Siros