All data in ECSI is public information. There are several ways to access this data, at different levels of detail.
The easiest and quickest way to obtain data from ECSI is to use the ECSI query. This query, which returns up-to-the-minute data in the database, allows you to conduct a search for ECSI sites, as well as for sites on the CRL and Inventory, by criteria you specify, including: ECSI #; site name; street name or number; zip code; city; county; latitude/longitude ranges; completed site actions; or recorded contaminants. Queries return a one-line listing of sites meeting the search criteria entered and provide links to detailed reports for each site. You can also download comma-delimited record sets of data generated from your queries.
The complete ECSI data set can also be downloaded electronically from the ECSI download page. However, data resulting from this download may not be current (the page indicates the date of the data).
The ECSI database contains only summaries of site information. Therefore, if you need more details on site history or activities, you should contact the appropriate regional office and schedule a file review.