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How Polluted Is My Environment?

These databases allow you to input your zipcode.

US Environmental Protection Agency Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Program
This is a program that uses EPA data and has information about toxic chemicals released into the environment by regulated industries. Enter your zip code and find out a lot of great information about the environment in your community!

Do you know the quality of your air? You can find out every day on airnow.gov.

Pennsylvania Superfund Sites
This is a list of Superfund sites in the United States. Is there one near your community?

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
ENVIRO Facts: Search your environmental by the zip code!
The EPA website shows the environmental exposures in your zip code. Find out about air, water, energy and health concerns associated with your zip code. As well as pollution, hazardous waste, and clean ups in your area.

Helpful Links to Learn More about the Environment!

water quality

Philadelphia Air Management
Find out about air testing throughout the City of Philadelphia.

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Find out more about PA’s DEP and what they are doing to protect our air, water, and land!

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
Find facts and information about research in the area of environmental health. Also check out the kids page!

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Find out about environmental health, workplace health and safety, data and statistics and more!

American Lung Association Radon Test Kit
Radon can cause cancer and is a common indoor air pollutant. The American Lung Association of Mid-Atlantic offers information on how to get radon test kits for Pennsylvania residents. Get yours!