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TRITrinidad (Amtrak station code; Trinidad, CO)
TRIToxics Release Inventory (US EPA)
TRITechnology Research Institute (various locations)
TRITokai Rubber Industries (Japan)
TRIThe Rutherford Institute (Charlottesville, VA)
TRITootsie Roll Industries
TRITeaching Research Institute (various locations)
TRIToronto Rehabilitation Institute (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
TRITaipei Ricci Institute (Taiwan)
TRITouch Research Institute
TRITransportation Research Institute
TRITaux de Rendement Interne (French: Internal Rate of Return)
TRITile Roofing Institute
TRITexas Research Institute (Austin, TX)
TRITaux de Rentabilité Interne (French: internal rate of return)
TRITaux de Rentabilité Interne
TRITransition Research Institute
TRIType Rating Instructor (aviation)
TRITerminal Reality Inc.
TRITecolote Research, Inc (Goleta, CA government contractor)
TRITarget Resources, Inc. (California)
TRIToxin Research International
TRIThe Rensselaerville Institute
TRITeleretinal Imaging
TRITax Reduction Institute (Germantown, MD)
TRITime-Reversal Invariance
TRIThe Remanufacturing Institute
TRITeacher Recruitment Initiative (various locations)
TRITotal Recordable Injuries
TRIThe Rothberg Institute (children's medical group; Guilford, CT)
TRITechnology Readiness Index (Parasuraman)
TRITraining Requirements Integration
TRIBristol/Johnson City/Kingsport, TN, USA - Municipal Tri-City Airport (Airport Code)
TRIToronto Recycling, Inc. (Ontario, Canada)
TRITotal Resource Inventory
TRITurnaround Inspection (between flight aircraft safety inspection)
TRIThrust Rating Indicator (aviation)
TRIThermal Response Index
TRITime Reporting Information
TRITargeted Readiness Inspection (US Air Force)
TRITuna Research Institute
TRIToxics Release Index (less common)
TRITelecommunications Reporting Instruction
TRITower Radar Indicator
TRIThree Random Initial(s)
TRITransit Route Identification
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5 million pounds of chemicals listed on the Toxics Release Inventory, nearly three-quarters emitted into the air, a 6.
Both versions of TOXMAPa[euro]"classic and betaa[euro]"now include the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) 2013 National Analysis data, as well as recent cancer and disease mortality data from NCI SEER.
Toxic chemical emissions have fallen by 12% from 2011 to 2012, according to the EPA's annual Toxics Release Inventory report.
Total releases of toxic chemicals decreased 12 percent from 2011-2012, according to the EPA annual Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) report.
The new portal will also link to information on manufacturing, processing, use, and release data reported under the Chemical Data Reporting Rule, and the Toxics Release Inventory.
The creation of the NPRI followed on the heels of its American cousin, the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI); each was a product of mounting public concern over the accumulation of industrial toxins in the environment.
In a study published in the journal Cancer, Flowers and his colleagues gathered data on benzene release sites in Georgia from the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Toxics Release Inventory and compared it to data on incidences of lymphoma gathered from the Georgia Comprehensive Cancer Registry.
A count of air pollutants that are tracked in public documents - Eugene Right To Know files, federal Environmental Protection Agency Toxics Release Inventory records and Lane Regional Air Protection Agency permits - found that industries put 277,000 pounds of pollutants annually into the air around Fairfield Elementary, according to Beyond Toxics.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its 2010 Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), an annual national analysis providing information to Americans on toxic chemical disposals.
In its 2010 Toxics Release Inventory National Analysis Overview, released January 5, 2012, the U.