Sunday, May 16, 2010

Changes To TRI 313 Reporting Requirements

Over the past two years, several changes have been made to the reporting requirements under EPCRA 313 - or commonly referred to as Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting. Depending on the amounts of 313 chemicals processed or "otherwise used" at a facility, a TRI report may be required.

Links to relevant amendments to TRI reporting requirements:

Use of NAICS codes, instead of SIC codes to determine applicability

Changes to reporting Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic Chemicals (PBT) on Form R Reports

Proposed additional chemicals to list of 313 chemicals subject to TRI report

EPA Clarification of Article Excemption Under EPCRA Section 313

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