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The Right-to-Know Network provides free access to numerous databases and resources on the environment. With the information available on RTK NET, you can identify specific factories and their environmental effects; find permits issued under environmental statutes; and identify civil cases filed.
There are no fees; RTK NET is free. It was established in order to empower citizen involvement in community and government decision-making. You can access RTK NET via the web at www.rtknet.org. RTK NET offers the following:
RTK NET was started in 1989 in support of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA), which mandated public access to the Toxic Release Inventory. It is operated by the Center for Effective Government. In the past it was funded by various government agencies through a previous partner, Unison Institute, and foundations.
The generous contributions of the following organizations have helped support the work of The Right-To-Know Network (RTK NET):