Here are some links to websites that you might find useful.
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EDM obtains our data directly from Federal, State and Local government agency source files. We update our ASTM E1527-13 lists on a quarterly basis and update our Supplemental Data annually. If you would like us to include additional databases, please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to obtain the data you require.
The US EPA Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Information System (CERCLIS) database tracks potential and confirmed hazardous waste sites at which the EPA Superfund program has some involvement. It contains sites that are proposed to be on the NPL, are on the NPL and sites that are in the screening and assessment phase for possible inclusion on the NPL. The CERCLIS database was retired in November of 2013 and has been replaced by the Superfund Enterprise Management System (SEMS).
The US EPA Corrective Action Sites (CORRACTS) database is a listing of hazardous waste handlers that have undergone RCRA corrective action activity.
The US EPA Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO) database provides integrated compliance and enforcement information on facilities regulated under the Clean Air Act (CAA), Clean Water Act (CWA), Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
The Emergency Response Notification System (ERNS) database stores information on oil discharges and hazardous substance releases. The ERNS program is a cooperative data sharing effort among the EPA, DOT and the National Response Center (NRC), which currently provides access to this data.
The US EPA NFRAP list contains archived data of CERCLIS records where the EPA has completed assessment activities and determined that no further steps to list the site on the NPL will be taken. NFRAP sites may be reviewed in the future to determine if they should be returned to CERCLIS based upon newly identified contamination problems at the site. The NFRAP database was retired in November of 2013 and has been replaced by the Superfund Enterprise Management System (SEMS).
The US EPA National Priorities List (NPL) contains facilities and/or locations where environmental contamination has been confirmed and prioritized for cleanup activities under the Superfund Program. EDM’s NPL Report includes sites that are currently on the NPL as well as sites that have been Proposed, Withdrawn and/or Deleted from the list. Previously, information for the NPL was managed under the CERLIS data management system. In 2014 this system was replaced with the Superfund Enterprise Management System (SEMS). EPA last updated CERCLIS in November of 2013. EDM’s NPL Report contains available SEMS data and the archived CERCLIS data relative to NPL sites.
The US EPA NPL Liens List identifies those sites where under authority granted by CERCLA, liens have been filed against real property in order to recover expenditures from remedial action or when the property owner receives a notice of potential liability.
The US EPA Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Information System (RCRIS) tracks facilities involved in the generation, transportation and treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous wastes. These sites may be classified as Large Quantity Generators (LQG), Small Quantity Generators (SQG), Conditionally Exempt SQG’s (CESQG) " Non-Notifiers", “Non-Handlers", Transporters or TSD’s. This database is now maintained through the RCRA Info system.
The US EPA Superfund Enterprise Management System (SEMS) tracks potential and confirmed hazardous waste sites at which the EPA Superfund program has some involvement. The SEMSACTV list contains sites that are on the National Priorities List (NPL) as well as sites that are proposed for or in the screening and assessment phase for possible inclusion on the NPL. SEMS has replaced the CERCLIS database, which was retired in November of 2013.
The US EPA Superfund Enterprise Management System (SEMS), contains archived data of CERCLIS or SEMS records where the EPA has completed assessment activities and determined that no further steps to list the site on the NPL will be taken. These sites may be reviewed in the future to determine if they should be returned to SEMS based upon newly identified contamination problems at the site. SEMS has replaced the CERCLIS database, which was retired in November of 2013. The SEMSARCH database contains these newly archived records under the SEMS database management system.
EDM’s Tribal LUST list is derived from the USEPA Region IV Tribal Tanks database by extracting those sites with indicators of past and/or current releases.
The USEPA Region IV Tribal Tanks database lists Active and Closed storage tank facilities on Native American lands.
The US EPA Brownfields program provides information on environmentally distressed properties that have received Grants or Targeted funding for cleanup and redevelopment. Tribal Brownfield sites are included in the USBRWNFLDS database.
The USINSTENG list is compiled from data elements contained in the NPL, CORRACTS and USBRWNFLDS lists.
The FDEP Brownfields database contains a listing of State Designated Brownfield Areas and Brownfield Sites. Brownfields are typically defined as abandoned, idled or underused industrial and commercial sites where expansion or redevelopment is complicated by real or perceived environmental contamination.
The FDEP Dry Cleaning Facilities List is comprised of data from the FDEP Storage Tank and Contamination Monitoring (STCM) database and the Drycleaning Solvent Cleanup Program- Priority Ranking List. It contains a listing of those Dry Cleaning sites (and suspected historical Dry Cleaning sites) who have registered with the FDEP and/or have applied for the Dry Cleaning Solvent Cleanup Program.
The FDEP Institutional Controls Registry Database (INSTENG) contains sites that have had Institutional and/or Engineering Controls implemented to regulate exposure to environmental hazards.
The FDEP LUST list identifies facilities and/or locations that have notified the FDEP of a possible release of contaminants from petroleum storage systems. This Report is generated from the FDEP Storage Tank and Contamination Monitoring Database (STCM).
The FDEP SLDWST list identifies locations that have been permitted to conduct solid waste handling activities including Landfills, Transfer Stations and sites handling Bio-Hazardous wastes. Sites listed with “##" after the Facility ID Number are historical locations, obtained from documents on record at local agencies.
The STCERC list is compiled from the FDEP Site Investigation Section list, the Florida SITES list(historical) and the FDEP Cleanup Sites list. These sites are being assessed and/or cleaned up as a result of identified or suspected contamination from the release of hazardous substances. The FDEP Cleanup Sites list programs include: Brownfields, Petroleum, EPA Superfund (CERCLA), Drycleaning, Responsible Party Cleanup, State Funded Cleanup, State Owned Lands Cleanup and Hazardous Waste Cleanup.
The FDEP State Funded Cleanup list contains facilities and/or locations where there are no viable responsible parties; the site poses an imminent hazard; and the site does not qualify for Superfund or is a low priority for EPA. Remedial efforts at these sites are currently being addressed through State-funded cleanup action.
The FDEP TANKS list contains sites with registered aboveground and underground storage tanks containing regulated petroleum products.
The VOLCLNUP List is derived from the FDEP Brownfields Site Rehabilitation Agreement (BSRA) database and the FDEP Office of Waste Cleanup Responsible Party Sites database. This list identifies those sites that have signed an agreement to Voluntarily cleanup a site and/or sites where legal responsibility for site rehabilitation exists pursuant to Florida Statutes and is being conducted either voluntarily or pursuant to enforcement activity.
The USEPA RCRAInfo Hazardous Waste Biennial Report (BRS) collects data on the generation and management of hazardous waste from Large Quantity Generators and Treatment, Storage and Disposal facilities (TSD’s).
The US EPA Facility Registry System (FRS) is a centrally managed database of sites that are regulated by Program Offices of the EPA; such as Air, Water and Waste. The FRS has replaced the Facility Index System (FINDS) list.
The US EPA Hazardous Waste Data Management System (HWDMS) list is a historical database replaced by RCRIS. The HWDMS list was used to track sites involved in the Generation, Transportation, Treatment, Storage and/or Disposal of hazardous waste.
The US EPA ICIS-NPDES database (NPDES) tracks permit compliance and enforcement status of facilities regulated by the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System under the Clean Water Act.
The USEPA Notification of PCB Activity Quarterly Report contains a listing of sites that conduct activities relative to the generation, transportation, storage and disposal of PCB’s. This information was previously contained in the PCB Activities Database (PADS). The EPA also maintains the Transformer Registration Database which contains information on sites that have PCB Transformers. Both of these databases are included in the EDM PADS Report.
The US EPA Permit Compliance System (PCS) tracks permit compliance and enforcement at facilities holding National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits. The PCS data has been migrated to the ICIS data system and is no longer actively updated.
The US EPA RAATS list is a historical RCRA enforcement database that tracked facilities found to be major violators under RCRA. Data entry in this database was discontinued in 1995.
The US EPA RODS data contains information relative to the selection and justification of remedial actions chosen at Superfund (NPL) sites
The US EPA TRIS list identifies those facilities that are required to submit annual reports relative to the estimated routine and accidental release of toxic chemicals to the environment, as stipulated under current federal laws.
The INDWST report contains information from the FDEP Wastewater Facility Regulation (WAFR) database which tracks sites that discharge Industrial Wastewaters to surface and groundwaters of the State.
The STRCRA list is derived from the FDEP Hazardous Waste Compliance & Enforcement Tracking database (CHAZ). This data includes facilities that Generate, Transport, Treat, Store and/or Dispose of hazardous waste. This data also includes facilities that are now closed.