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Use the tool to see how agricultural pesticide use in California varies by location and over time. You can also see an overview of the tool’s functions, view instructions on how to use the tool, and learn more about the data displayed on the map.
To improve public health and the environment, the EPA collects information about facilities or sites subject to environmental regulation. The EPA Geospatial Data Access Project provides downloadable files of these facilities or sites in the following formats: XML, KML, ESRI Shapefile, ESRI Geodatabase, and CSV.
Information on toxic chemical releases and other waste management activities reported annually by certain covered industry groups as well as federal facilities." TRI lists amounts of accidental and intentional releases, including covert releases when known, of certain chemicals released to the environment.