Comply with EPCRA 302, 311, and 312 requirements across your operational footprint.See Features
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EPCRA is the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act. EPCRA relates directly to Tier II reporting and TRI reporting — the reporting of hazardous chemical storage and toxic chemical releases. The EPCRA list of thresholds for Tier II Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHS) and the list of TRI chemicals can be found in the EPA List of Lists. EPCRA was passed in 1986 to ensure that organizations and emergency response personnel have the right preparedness when dealing with chemicals in their community.
Under EPCRA Section 302, extremely hazardous substances (which are defined in the EPA List of Lists) need to be reported to local community organizers. That includes state-level organizers and local emergency planning committees. Section 302 notifications are due within 60 days (though some states may require these sooner) of bringing an extremely hazardous substance on site.
Section 311 of EPCRA states that facilities must make a one-time submittal of SDSs for hazardous chemicals present on-site at or above their reporting threshold to their SERC, LEPC, and local fire department. These are typically due within 90 days (though some states may require these sooner).
EPCRA Section 312 states that facilities who have hazardous chemicals under Section 311 need to submit an annual inventory report for the same chemicals. This inventory report must be submitted to the SERC, LEPC, and the local fire department by March 1 of each year – this is called the Tier II report.
Section 313 of the EPCRA created the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) program. If an organization does not meet one of the regulated NAICS codes, it does not need to report. The The EPA List of Lists includes which chemicals are covered by the Toxics Release Inventory program and regulated facilities must determine whether they exceed TRI thresholds for those chemicals. Facilities that exceed those thresholds must submit a Form A or Form R to the EPA by July 1 every year.
EPCRA Sections 302 and 311-312 require initial and annual chemical inventory reporting for facilities that store certain amounts of Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHSs) and Hazardous Chemicals onsite.
EPCRA Section 313 requires annual reporting for facilities that operate under a specific NAICS code, have 10 or more full-time employees, and manufacture, process, or otherwise use a TRI chemical above certain thresholds. The list of TRI-regulated chemicals can be found in the EPA List of Lists.