smog by zip

You can visit the EPA’s Toxics Release Inventory, search by state or zip code, and find out what you were inhaling last year, (although Jeff McMahon noticed the presentation is tough).

“EPA’s job is to ensure an open and transparent flow of information between Americans and their government, and today’s unprecedented step represents the agency’s commitment to doing just that,” EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson, said in a press release.

“While we are still analyzing this information, we hope this raw data will be reviewed and used responsibly by stakeholders and the public to help them make informed decisions.”