On October 27, 2020, EPA released updated 2019 Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) data. EPA states that the data set builds upon the preliminary data released in July 2020, including revised submissions and additional data quality checks, and will be used to develop the 2019 TRI National Analysis. The 2019 data set contains data about chemical releases and other waste management practices and pollution prevention activities that took place during 2019 at more than 21,000 federal and industrial facilities. EPA notes that this data publication includes summary and trend information but does not include its full analysis of the 2019 data. EPA will publish that analysis in early 2021 in the TRI National Analysis, and will examine different aspects of the data, including trends in releases, other waste management practices, and pollution prevention (P2) activities.