EPA's Toxic Release Inventory Reporting: What's Required Now
Live Webinar Recording
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Facilities with hazardous substances are required to report the amounts, location and storage of hazardous chemicals and mixtures, as well as information on treatment, recycling and source reduction. Errors in reporting can mean costly penalties. In this 60-minute webinar we will discuss:
Your reporting obligations and important deadlines
Guidelines for complying with latest EPCRA Section 313 rules
Which chemicals in your facility are covered by TRI and thresholds
Form R vs. Form A: Which should you be using to report?
TRI Reporting Requirements: Is Your Facility Covered?
Industrial classifications: Which facilities must report
Form R vs. Form A: How to select the correct form
Alternate threshold reporting quantities
Reporting exemptions and who qualifies
Chemicals Covered by TRI Requirements- What You Need to Know
Chemical list, categories and qualifiers
TRI guidance documents and support
How to handle mixtures and compounds
Chemical Reporting Threshold Determinations
Threshold activities and quantities for reporting
Threshold determinations you need to know
Guideline for recordkeeping and documentation
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your specific TRI reporting questions answered!
About The Speaker
Gary R. Brown, President of RT Environmental Services, is a recognized authority on key environmental compliance issues. His experience includes:
Over 35 years as a Professional Engineer, including 30 years of engineering management.
Concept development, permitting, design projects, complex facility upgrading, expansion and industrial closure, as well as Brownfield redevelopment projects.
Implementation of major remediation projects and state-of-the-art improvements at environmental facilities in the public and private sectors.
Provided services to clients in over 20 states.
Preparation of and updating more than 100 SPCC plans for a variety of facilities
This 60-minute program will give you specific information and guidelines to keep your facility up-to-date with TRI reporting requirements, and ensure compliance with the latest federal and state regulations.