This is now a sample list, about a decade old. Since then I have added many more international databases about greenhouse gas sources and corporate penalties for violations.
|1605(b) EIA database
|Database of voluntary actions taken to reduce emissions of Greenhouse gases
|33/50 project data set
|Data about commitments made under EPA's voluntary 33/50 emissions reduction program
|Acid Rain ETS data
|Collected for EPA's Clean Air Market programs, these Emissions Tracking System data detail CO2, NOx, and SO2 emissions
|Accidental Releases Information Program; survey of facilities with major accidents involving air releases of toxic chemicals
|BRS database (part of RCRAInfo)
|Biennial Reporting System; database of hazardous waste generation, transfer, treatment, and disposal quantities. Now part of RCRAInfo.
|U.S. Census data set
|Database of U.S. demographic and economic data from 1990 through 2020 U.S. census
|CERCLA Information System; database of information about Superfund and potential Superfund sites
|CRP's PAC data set
|Database of PAC contributions to politicians from Center for Responsive Politics
|DOCKET database (ICIS)
|Database of enforcement actions and civil court cases brought by EPA (or the Department of Justice on its behalf) against corporations and governments. Now called ICIS.
|Database of electric power generation and CO2, SO2, and NOx emissions from power plants. Incorporates EPA's CEM database and various EIA databases from the Deptment of Energy.
|EIA energy data
|The Department of Energy has various databases, such as the EIA-767 and EIA-906, that describe electric power plants, their fule use and electricity generation, and their polltion
|Environmental Master Chemical Integrator; EPA database used in Envirofacts linking chemical names from different databases together
|Environmental Response and Notification System; database of phone calls made to the National Response Center about chemical accidents and oil spills
|Database of U.S. Federal government grants and other assistance
|Database of U.S. Federal government contracts
|Facility Indexing System; database linking facility records from different databases together. Later replaced by Facility Integration Initiative and then FRS Facility Registry System.
|EPA Greenhouse Gas data for emissions from large point sources.
|Home Mortgage Disclosure Act database of home mortgage loan applications, used to study redlining
|Integrated Risk Information System; database of EPA peer-reviewed chemical health effect data
|LANDVIEW mapping program
|LANDVIEW, a free mapping program, contains useful geographic databases about EPA-regulated and other suites, as well as political and geographic boundaries
|Massachusetts TURA data
|Massachusetts Toxic Use Reduction Act data on chemical use, waste generation, releases, and toxic chemicals in products
|Collection of results of EPA tests of vehicle miles-per-gallon
|New Jersey RPR database
|In New Jersey's Community Right-To-Know Act, facilities make Release and Pollution Reports that include information of chemical use and toxics in products
|National Pollutant Release Inventory; Canadian databases of toxic chemical releases
|Permit Compliance System; database of water pollution permits
|RCRIS database (RCRAInfo)
|RCRA Information System; hazardous waste generation, transfer, treatment and disposal permits. Now called RCRAInfo.
|Recovery.gov Recipient Reports
|Information on contracts and assistance from recipients of funds under the Recovery Act.
|Risk Management Program database of worst-case scenarios, accident response plans, and accident histories from sites with significant chemical accident potential
|RODS data set
|Records of Decision System; collection of documents concerning decisions made about cleanup of Superfund sites
|The Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators database weights TRI data by toxicity, environmental path, and population exposed
|SETS data set (PRP)
|Database of letters to Potentially Responsible Parties for Superfund sites. Now called PRP.
|SFIP data set
|The Sector Facility Indexing Project combines information on facilities in five major industries from various databases
|Database of estimations of toxic chemical constituents in products
|Total Diet Study; database of tests for pesticide residues in prepared foods
|Toxic Release Inventory; premier U.S. database of toxic releases and waste
|TSCATS data set
|TSCA Tracking System; collection of documents concerning health effects of toxic chemicals submitted by companies to EPA
Email: Rich Puchalsky