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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators

The Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) is a computer-based screening tool developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that "analyzes risk factors to put Toxics Release Inventory release data into a chronic health context." The tool and this site are used by journalists, industry officials, and government regulators to examine trends, support community-based projects, and also screen potential impacts of emissions. On this site, visitors can use the "Basic Information" area to learn more about how RSEI works and how it can be used. Visitors can also learn about the technical details of RSEI, and of course, they can download the current version of this powerful application. Additionally, the site includes a glossary and documents such as a user's manual and documentation of RSEI's methodology. For people wishing to learn about potential health risks from industrial releases, this site will be of great assistance.
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Date of Scout Publication 2009-08-21
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/Reports/ScoutReport/2009/scout-090821#5

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