The Hoosier Toxicity Project is a community resource that presents data collected by the EPA from reported toxic releases in the state of Indiana from 1988-2010. Originally containing over 68,000 data points, the data as been sorted and organized into two maps: a Toxicity Map and a Clean Air Act Map. The Toxicity Map is the result of a reduction to 7,400 data sets. This was done by limiting all data to only known carcinogens and only spills that occured in quantities greater than 100 lbs.The Clean Air Act Map is the result of a reduction to 29,000 data sets. This was done by limiting all data to only Chemicals listed as threats to human health under the Clean Air Act, and only spills that occured in quantities greater than 100 lbs. The hope of the Hoosier Toxicity Project is that viewers will come to understand the local urgency of environmental contamination and its effect on human health. Please visit the site to explore.