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EPCRA Information

EPA Releases 2013 TRI Toxic Chemical Data became available Sept 2014.

SEC can help you with SARA TIER II or Form R environmental reporting

The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) was passed by Congress in 1986. Although included as Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) (PL 99-499), it was enacted as a separate statute from Superfund.

   

 


Recent guidance to one client under EPA's audit disclosure policy helped in getting EPA to waive a potential EPCRA Section 313 PBT chemical reporting penalty of $192,000.

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A few of the major sections in EPCRA follow:

  • EPCRA 312 Requires facilities to annually report site-specific chemical hazard information on emergency and hazardous chemical inventory forms and to submit this information to SERCs, LEPCs, and local fire departments by March 1.

  • EPCRA 313 Requires that annual emissions of toxic chemicals be reported on the toxic chemical release inventory reporting form, Form R. For each toxic chemical, facilities must report the total annual releases, both routine and accidental, to all environmental media. Form Rs are due by July 1. Section 313 also mandates that all release information be available to the general public by EPA via a computerized on-line database.

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