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TRI Reporting & Community Right-to-Know Reporting in North Carolina

by Chris

Information on Tier II Community Right to Know Reporting & TRI Reporting in North Carolina.

Both Tier II Community Right-to-Know Reporting and TRI Reporting can be confusing. From what we've heard customers of ours tell us, there are so many aspects of reporting that sound similar or seem similar, that it's hard to keep track of them.

The issue is, when it comes to EPCRA Reporting, there's never been a time where you're under the microscope more than you are now. From 3rd party environmental groups getting aggressive, the cash-strapped governmental agencies cracking the whip, your operation needs to be 100% on top of these regulations, no matter what.

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Topics: Tier II Reporting, TRI Reporting, Environmental Compliance

Community Right-to-Know & TRI Reporting in South Carolina

by Chris

We cover details on Community Right-to-Know Reporting & TRI Reporting in South Carolina.

When it comes to EPCRA Reporting, usually meaning TRI Reporting & Tier II Community Right-to-Know Reporting, there's a lot of confusion surrounding the topics. From confusing regulations on the Federal level to regulations changing on a state by state basis, it makes sense that a lot of people get the topics confused.

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Topics: Tier II Reporting, TRI Reporting, Environmental Compliance

Is there more than one way to do Community Right-to-Know Reporting?

by Doug

We explain ways to complete Tier II Community Right-to-Know Reporting, including for mixtures of hazardous chemicals.

Let's cut right to the chase. There's a lot of confusion when it comes to EPCRA Reporting. Whether it's Tier II Community Right-to-Know Reporting or TRI Reporting, a lot of people (including regulators) can get the facts switched around.

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Topics: Tier II Reporting, Environmental Compliance

How much does Tier II / Community Right to Know Reporting cost?

by Chris

We discuss some common elements that can impact Tier II / Community Right to Know Reporting costs and prices at your facility.

With a little less than 2 months until Tier II Reporting is due, folks are scrambling to either get it done in-house or hire a consultant to take care of it for them. But, since many companies aren't even sure what this reporting entails, few are even sure what they should be paying for a consultant to conduct the reporting for them.

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Topics: Environmental Compliance, Tier II Reporting

Is Tier II reporting the same as TRI reporting?

by Doug

We explain the differences between Tier II Reporting & TRI Reporting.

Tier II Community Right to Know Reporting is just about done, which means (at least for us here in the office) we're starting to turn our sights onto Toxic Release Inventory Reporting. However, we're still getting folks letting us know "we'll get Community Right to Know done for the July 1st deadline" or "we just finished submitting our toxic release inventory information."

Unfortunately, both of those statements (which are real and from people who aren't our clients, just good friends...) are both WRONG!

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Topics: TRI Reporting, Environmental Compliance, Tier II Reporting

What's included in Tier II Reporting?

by Doug

Here we discuss what needs to be included in your Tier II Reporting.

Our phones are ringing off the hook these last few weeks with people asking for more information about Tier II Reporting. We're getting a lot of folks ask us about the materials or chemicals that have to be included. People want to know

What's included in Tier II Reporting?

Let's make sure we're all on the same page real quick. This can also be called Community Right-to-Know Reporting, or CRTK Reporting, or even Section 311/312 Reporting (based on the EPCRA regulations). If you're unsure what Tier II Community-Right-to-Know reporting is, check out our article on what is Tier II Reporting? More of a visual learner? Download our infographic instead to learn more about it.

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Topics: Environmental Compliance, Tier II Reporting

How to know if you have hazardous materials in New Jersey

by Doug

We discuss some ways you might be able to determine whether or not you have hazardous materials at your site.

When it comes to hazardous materials reporting, many facilities in New Jersey (and across the country) constantly say they don't know if they have hazardous materials on-site. Conversely, many facilities say, at what point is a material not considered hazardous. For instance, I have one operation adamant about reporting a sand used in an industrial process as a hazardous material.

I can completely appreciate either mindset, as hazardous materials reporting can be downright confusing.

Now whether you're reporting to the NJDEP, the USEPA, or any other regulatory agency, getting this information correct is very important if you want to stay in compliance, out of trouble, and keep your staff safe at your facility.

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Topics: TRI Reporting, Environmental Compliance, Tier II Reporting