IDPH Public and Private Beaches IDPH Public and Private Beaches Environment
IEPA Site Remediation Program IEPA Site Remediation Program Environment
IEMA Hazardous Material Spills IEMA Hazardous Material Spills Environment
IEPA Leaking Underground Storage Tank Incident IEPA Leaking Underground Storage Tank Incident Environment
Data extracted from the Bureau of Land's Leaking Underground Storage Tank Incident (LIT) Database. The (LIT) database identifies the status of all Illinois Leaking Underground Storage Tank incidents reported to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency and to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
IEPA No Further Remediation Sites IEPA No Further Remediation Sites Environment
Data extracted from the Bureau of Land's Site Remediation Program Database which identifies the terms and conditions of all "No Further Remediation " (NFR) Letters issued for all voluntary remediation projects administered through the Pre-Notice Site Cleanup Program (1989 to 1995) and the Site Remediation Program (1996 to the present).
IEPA - BOA - Minor Construction Permits IEPA - BOA - Minor Construction Permits Environment
AGR-EAB Compliant Vendors AGR-EAB Compliant Vendors Environment
IEPA Groundwater Ordinance Reviews IEPA Groundwater Ordinance Reviews Environment
EPA Toxics Release Inventory Program EPA Toxics Release Inventory Program Environment
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Toxics Release Inventory Data. The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by facilities in certain industries as well as federal facilities. The data contained in this dataset is TRI's Current Data, which is updated several times per year to reflect the latest report revisions and withdrawals that are received from TRI facilities. The Current Data differs from TRI's National Analysis data, which is a static dataset that is generally released in December of each year, and TRI Preliminary Data, which is released soon after the July 1st reporting deadline (see http://www.epa.gov/tri/tridata/preliminarydataset/index.html). More information about the TRI Reporting Cycle can be found at http://www.epa.gov/tri/triprogram/bussinesscycle/busprocess.html
Materials Discarded in the U.S. Municipal Waste Stream, 1960 to 2011 (in tons) Materials Discarded in the U.S. Municipal Waste Stream, 1960 to 2011 (in tons) Environment
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has data on the generation, recovery through recycling and composting, and disposal of waste in the United States spanning more than 50 years. The source is the report, “MSW in the United States: 2011 Facts and Figures.” We use information from this report to measure the success of waste reduction and recycling programs across the country. Our trash, or municipal solid waste (MSW), is made up of the things we commonly use and then throw away. These materials include items such as packaging, food waste, yard trimmings, sofas, computers, tires, and refrigerators. MSW does not include industrial, hazardous, or construction waste. The data on Materials Generated, Recovered through Recycling and Composting, and Discarded in the Municipal Waste Stream, 1960 to 2011 provides estimated data in tons for the years, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2011. In these data sets, the data include combustion with energy recovery. These data do not include construction and demolition debris, industrial process wastes, or certain other wastes. The "Products-Other" category includes electrolytes in batteries and fluff pulp, feces, and urine in disposable diapers. Details may not add to totals due to rounding. This dataset is from Table 3 of the report.
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