Under EPA's EPCRA Tier II, facilities with extremely hazardous substance (EHS) or hazardous chemicals must submit a report to local and state agencies. How do you know if you are required to report, and if you are required, when and how to report it? Every day it goes unreported is a separate violation - meaning fines add up quickly. Clear up Tier II confusion and avoid EPA penalties. Join us for this can't-miss, 60-minute webinar to discover:
EPA's requirements for Tier II and Tier I reporting requirements
Which agencies to notify, what to report, and when
How to determine on-site threshold reporting quantities
Important guidelines for completing your Tier II report
Tier II Reporting: What You Need to Know Now to Keep Compliant
Which substances in your facility must be reported?
Threshold reporting quantities for your facilities
Which agencies to send reports to and critical deadlines
Four Key Reporting Requirements for Your Facility
Emergency Release Notification
Community Right-to-Know Reporting
Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Reporting
Clearing Up the Confusion on Tier II Reporting
Determining if more than one requirement applies
Handling regulations with similar requirements
What must be included in your Tier II reporting?
Live Q&A Session - Get real-world solutions to Tier II challenges!
About The Speaker
Donna Hymes is recognized as an expert in the field of environmental compliance. Donna has been working in the environmental industry for over 25 years, focusing in the areas of environmental compliance and liability, hazardous waste management as well as storage tank compliance.
Ms. Hymes has managed the Tier II program of a major company for over five years and is the hazardous waste coordinator for the retail operation of a Fortune 500 company. Ms. Hymes is Vice President of JD2 Environmental, Inc.
During this practical, 60-minute program, you will receive crucial guidance on the most up-to-date information on Tier II reporting requirements and receive hand-on tools needed to keep your facility compliant with the regulations.