Companies that store, use or release chemicals are subject to stringent reporting rules. Listen to this webinar to make sure you are up-to-date on the regulations before you have an issue. It includes a brief introduction to EPCRA reports (both tier I and tier II), provides an overview of EPCRA reporting tools and also covers the broader EPA area of Toxic Release Inventory Programming (TRI).
The Emergency Planning and Community Right to-Know Act (EPCRA) Section 311 and 312 have compressed reporting timelines (early in the first quarter) which make on-time reporting a significant challenge for many companies. This is a case history of a nationwide building materials distributor. It touches on their EPCRA compliance tasks including managing multi-state EPCRA compliance programs.
This 13-page EPA guide to the Emergency Planning Right to Know Act explains EPCRA’s four major provisions including Sections 302-303 (Emergency notification and response planning), Section 304 (Emergency release notification), Sections 311-312 (Hazardous chemical inventory reporting) and Section 313 (Toxic chemical release inventory) If you are required to be EPCRA compliant, this quick guide is a good place to start your process.