The "National Environmental Specimen Bank," one of many projects
within the National Biomonitoring Specimen Bank (NBSB) at the
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), was
"Records of Decision System (RODS)" was developed to track site clean-ups under
the Superfund program and to justify the type of treatment chosen at each site.
Additionally, RODS stores information ...
"The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI)" database contains data on annual
estimated releases of over 300 toxic chemicals to air, water and land
by the manufacturing industry. TRI's main purpose is to encourage ...
The "Permit Compliance System (PCS)" database is a computerized
management information system which contains data on National
Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit-holding
The Total Exposure Assessment Methodology (TEAM) was designed by the EPA to
develop and demonstrate methods to measure human exposure to toxic substances
in air and drinking water. The goals of Volatile ...
The "Anticipated Residues in Food (OPPE Pesticide Food Residue)"
database contains pesticide residue data on raw and processed
food. Data are provided on a voluntary basis by government
agencies and ...
The "National Residential Radon Survey (NRRS)" provides an estimate of the
national frequency distribution of annual average radon concentrations in
occupied residences (97.5% of the 1980 United States ...
The primary objective of the "Particle Total Exposure Assessment
Methodological Study (PTEAM)" was to estimate the frequency
distribution of exposure of an urban population to inhalable and