The Webfire database is currently used for refineries to report data they received from fenceline...
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by A_SCH |
June 23, 2020 19:03 |
The Webfire database is currently used for refineries to report data they received from fenceline air monitors. Is this the same place non-compliance in collecting/reporting data is stored? If not, how can the public find out about non-compliance?
@A_SCH Thanks for posting your question. For others who want to check out WebFIRE, here's the website: https://cfpub.epa.gov/webfire/
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