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SARA Title III/Community Right-to-Know Compliance

D&B offers technical support regarding SARA Title III planning and reporting, ranging from consultation on technical/regulatory matters to full-service toxic chemical audits, threshold determinations and preparation of annual toxic release inventory forms.

The primary purpose of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) is to inform communities and their citizens of the potential exposure to toxic chemicals. Sections 311 and 312 of the Act require businesses to report the locations and quantities of toxic chemicals stored on-site to state and local governments on an annual basis (Tier I and Tier II forms). Section 313 requires specific manufacturing facilities to report annual releases of toxic chemicals to the environment (Form R).

Services:

  • Applicability Determinations
  • Materials Accounting/Chemical Usage Reconciliation
  • Annual Toxic Chemical Inventory (Tier I and Tier II)
  • Annual Toxic Release Inventory (Form R)
  • Emergency Planning and Notification
SARA Title III/Community Right-to-Know Compliance Contact:

Brian M. Veith, P.E.
(516) 364-9890, ext. 3009
BVeith@db-eng.com

Richard M. Walka
(516) 364-9890, ext. 3306
RWalka@db-eng.com

SARA Title III/Community Right-to-Know Compliance Project Profiles:

International Business Machines Corporation SARA Title III/Community Right-To-Know Compliance