Taking Stock 15

This edition of Taking Stock examines the 2013 pollutant data reported by industrial facilities in Canada, Mexico and the United States to their national pollutant release and transfer registers (PRTRs). The goal of the publication is to enhance the understanding of the sources, locations and handling of industrial substances to promote pollution prevention and support the integration of PRTR data into an overarching framework for managing pollutants in North America.

Taking Stock 14

This edition of the Taking Stock report examines the data on pollutant releases and transfers reported by industrial facilities from 2005 through 2010 to the three pollutant release and transfer registers (PRTRs) of North America: Canada’s National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI); Mexico’s Registro de Emisiones y Transferencia de Contaminantes (RETC); and the US Toxics Release Inventory (TRI). It provides details about specific pollutants, how they were managed, and the sectors and facilities reporting them over time and across North America.

Taking Stock 13

Feature Analysis: Pollutant Releases to Surface Waters. This edition of Taking Stock presents an overview of the releases and transfers of pollutants from North American industrial sectors in 2006, the most recent data available from all three countries at the time of writing.

Taking Stock

This report presents an overview of the releases and transfers of chemical contaminants from North American industrial sectors in 2005.

Taking Stock

The report is based on pollutant release and transfer registers (PRTRs) from Canada, Mexico and the United States, which provide detailed information on types, locations and amounts of chemicals released or transferred by industrial facilities. The report supports a key objective of the CEC’s goal to provide information for decision-making at all levels of society.

Taking Stock

Taking Stock 2003 is the tenth in the Commission for Environmental Cooperation’s (CEC) Taking Stock series on sources, releases and transfers of industrial pollutants in North America.

Taking Stock Online

Taking Stock analyzes comparable data from Canada and United States to give a North American picture of industrial pollution.

Taking Stock

This report is intended to serve as an information source for governments, industry and communities in analyzing such data from a North American perspective and for identifying opportunities for pollution reduction. The analyses are based on 1995–2002 data from the US Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) and the Canadian National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI).

Taking Stock 2001

This report is intended to serve as an information source for governments, industry and communities in analyzing such data from a North American perspective and for identifying opportunities for pollution reduction. The analyses are based on 1995–2001 data from the US Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) and the Canadian National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI). Results from […]

Taking Stock 2001

This report is intended to serve as an information source for governments, industry and communities in analyzing such data from a North American perspective and for identifying opportunities for pollution reduction. The analyses are based on 1995–2001 data from the US Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) and the Canadian National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI). Results from […]

Taking Stock 2000

Each year, thousands of facilities across North America publicly report on the amounts of certain hazardous chemicals that they release to the air, water and land, or transfer off-site for further management. This information is compiled in what are internationally known as pollutant release and transfer registers (PRTRs)— databases managed by governments as a means of ensuring that the public has access to information on chemicals being released and transferred into and through their communities.

Taking Stock 2000

Each year, thousands of facilities across North America publicly report on the amounts of certain hazardous chemicals that they release to the air, water and land, or transfer off-site for further management. This information is compiled in what are internationally known as pollutant release and transfer registers (PRTRs)— databases managed by governments as a means of ensuring that the public has access to information on chemicals being released and transferred into and through their communities.