No Pollution Toolbox
U.S. EPA Abbreviations and Acronyms View
List of commonly used abbreviations and acronyms
Glossary of Environmental Management Terms View
Collection of useful, common environmental management terms
EPA TRI EZ Search for Combined Releases View
Fate and Transport Tools
These videos, presentations, and resources are intended to assist communities and industry stakeholders to recognize pollution sources. By recognizing sources of fugitive emissions, good industry practices can be applied to control and eliminate harmful pollutants which can contribute to health risks, create nuisances, or cause property damage.
An illustrated handbook of DNAPL Transport and Fate in the Subsurface View
EPA Overview of Wood Preservative Chemicals View
EPA Overview of Asbestos View
EPA Overview of Animal Feeding Operations View
EPA AgStar's Livestock Anaerobic Digester Database View
FLIR stands for Forward Looking Infrared. Sensors in the camera detect infrared radiation, (usually emitted from a heat source), to create video output. FLIR can be used for leak detection and can visualize gas leaks in real time. It is able to identify 1-Pentene - 5.6g/hr, Benzene - 3.5g/hr, Butane -0.4g/hr, Ethane - 0.6g/hr, Ethanol - 0.7g/hr, Ethylbenzene - 1.5g/hr, Ethylene - 4.4g/hr, Heptane - 1.8g/hr, Hexane - 1.7g/hr, Isoprene - 8.1g/hr, MEK - 3.5g/hr, Methane - 0.8g/hr, Methanol - 3.8g/hr, MIBK - 2.1g/hr, Octane - 1.2g/hr, Pentane - 3.0g/hr, Propane - 0.4g/hr, Propylene - 2.9g/hr, Toluene - 3.8g/hr, and Xylene - 1.9g/hr.