PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Radon Test Result Data provided to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through the National Environmental Information Exchange Network as requested, to State and Nationally Authorized Trading Partners. Data includes Radon Test Results measured value, test type, building location (where test was performed), county, city, zip code and date test was completed. Includes data from 1989 through March, 2017.
CEMS is a database used by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to monitor key pollutants and/or operational parameters to demonstrate compliance with emissions standards or operational criteria as stipulated in a plan approval, operating permit, or order.
The owner or operator of a source may be required to install and operate a PA DEP certified continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) to satisfy a condition in a plan approval, operating permit, or order. CEMS data is used to demonstrate compliance with emissions and data availability standards. Generally speaking, a CEMS is the total equipment necessary for the determination, collection, and reporting of a pollutant or parameter in the applicable units of measurement. It includes the measurement interface, all necessary measurement devices and associated calibration and data handling apparatus and procedures. Systems are evaluated on an individual basis and the PA DEP does not maintain an approved list of equipment.
Most of the CEMS related activity takes place in the CEM Data Processing System (CEMDPS). Regulated entities construct work items in the CEMDPS that are submitted to the PA DEP for review. The owners or operators of PA DEP certified CEMS are required to submit emissions data to the Department through the CEMDPS each calendar quarter. The PA DEP reviews the emissions data and generates a report which is provided to the owners or operators of the regulated source. The hourly emissions data submitted by the owners or operators of the source will be reviewed by the PA DEP and ultimately provided to the public through the Open Data Porta on the www.pa.gov website. This data will be updated quarterly.
EPA's Emissions Inventory System (EIS) contains information about sources that emit criteria air pollutants (CAPs) and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). The EIS includes estimates of annual air pollutant emissions from point, non-point, and mobile sources in the Pennsylvania counties. EPA collects information about emission sources and releases an updated version of the NEI database every three years. The data made available in the NEI are used for air dispersion modeling, regional strategy development, setting regulations, air toxins risk assessment, and tracking trends in emissions over time. The data derived in the State of Pennsylvania is published and searchable online on the www.pa.gov website.
This data will be updated annually for the prior calendar year in the first Quarter of the following year.
This data shows DEP’s performance under the terms of its Permit Decision Guarantee Policy. All authorizations that have time frames listed in Appendix A of that Policy are grouped by program and by fiscal year. Trends in the column “Disposed on Time” reflect DEP’s progress toward the aspirational goal of 100% of received permits processed on time.
The data shows actions that occurred in each fiscal year. For example, it shows the number of applications received in that year and the number disposed in that year. If an application is received in one year and disposed in the next year, then it will be counted in “Received” for the first year and in “Disposed” for the next year.
RCRAInfo is an information system constructed and maintained by EPA to support the national hazardous waste program as defined by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The system is used by States and Regional/Headquarter EPA, to gain insight into the management of the hazardous waste program at both the state and national level.
Hazardous waste information is contained in the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Information (RCRAInfo), a national program management and inventory system about hazardous waste handlers. In general, all generators, transporters, treaters, storers, and disposers of hazardous waste are required to provide information about their activities to state environmental agencies. These agencies, in turn pass on the information to regional and national EPA offices. This regulation is governed by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), as amended by the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984.
The public may use the RCRAInfo Search to determine identification and location data for specific hazardous waste handlers, and to find a wide range of information on treatment, storage, and disposal facilities regarding permit/closure status, compliance with Federal and State regulations, and cleanup activities.
The mission of Delaware County Planning Department (DCPD) is to promote the sound development and redevelopment of the County through the application of contemporary planning principles and smart growth concepts, while maintaining and enhancing the cultural, economic, and environmental livability of the County.
The portal provides the following categories:
* Maps and Applications - The future of Delaware County and our municipalities is critically important. These applications are part of the Planning Department's goal
to provide resources to support a bright future.
* Planning Corner - The Delaware County Planning Department conducts programs and initiatives to assist municipalities with sound planning practices. The story maps and documents below provide a variety of information, examples and recommendations for county and municipal planners.
* A Data Inventory for subject areas such as boundaries, infrastructure, environment, and community.
For more information or questions contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
EPA's Emissions Inventory System (EIS) contains information about sources that emit criteria air pollutants (CAPs) and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). This data contains the facility information for Pennsylvania counties. EPA collects information about emission sources and releases an updated version of the NEI database every three years. The data made available in the NEI are used for air dispersion modeling, regional strategy development, setting regulations, air toxins risk assessment, and tracking trends in emissions over time. The data derived in the State of Pennsylvania is published and searchable online on the www.pa.gov website. This data will be updated annually for the prior calendar year in the first Quarter of the following year.