How's Your Air Quality

Air quality in Louisville has improved over the last two decades, but there are still chemical, manufacturing and power plants that release toxic air pollution. In 2017, these facilities released about 3.6 million pounds of air toxics. Those emissions are tracked by the EPA.

Enter your address below to see the pollution released in your area. The map will show you facilities within one mile, the top pollutants they release in the air and the overall increased cancer risk for the area.

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NOTE: Area Info above shows details about the census tract that the searched address is located within. Data provided at census tract level should be treated as estimates, not exact readings. *DISCLAIMER: While we have taken care to provide accurate geolocating services with this application, we cannot promise that they will provide exact results.
Sources: EPA Toxic Release Inventory, 2008-2017; EPA Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators, 2017; EPA National Air Toxics Assessment, 2014
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