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Government Agencies

Virtually every New York community has leaking gasoline and fuel oil tanks, abandoned landfills, pollution discharges or contaminated commercial and industrial properties. These hazards can pollute nearby homes, reduce property values, impose toxic clean up liability and threaten the health of residents.

Toxics Targeting helps government agencies check for more than 270,000 known or potential environmental hazards in New York State. Our free toxic site map is linked to Google, "Bird's Eye View" and "Street View." Type in an address or click on a location. Use the navigational tools in any window to zoom in/out, pan, rotate.

Toxics Targeting's Phase I Environmental Database Reports help government agencies and their consultants pinpoint pollution hazards associated with:

  • Drinking Water
  • Regulatory Compliance Audits
  • Transportation
  • Stormwater and Wastewater Infrastructure
  • Water Quality Management
  • Public Housing
  • Schools
  • Brownfields Redevelopment
  • Property Acquisitions
  • Site Remediation
  • Land-use Planning
  • Groundwater Management
  • Rezoning

Reports search up to 27 categories of toxic sites on and around any address in New York State. Identified sites are mapped and profiled in a detailed report that is easy to review.