EPCRA Reporting Requirements
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
Comprehensive Environmental Response,
Compensation and Liability Act
- EPA Factsheet: Guide to EPCRA
EPA Factsheet: Amendments to Emergency Planning and Notification; Emergency Release Notification and Hazardous Chemical Reporting. 40 CFR Parts 355 and 370
EPA/CT DEEP Webinar on Tier II Reporting:
Regulation: Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act; Amendments to Emergency Planning and Notification; Emergency Release Notification and Hazardous Chemical Reporting (PDF), Effective December 3, 2008
- Links to individual EPCRA State and federal laws and implementing regulations
Section 22a-607 of the CGS, EPCRA Sections 301, 302 and 303
Emergency Release Notification (includes CERCLA hazardous substances)
Section 22a-608 of the CGS, EPCRA Section 304
Hazardous Chemical Reporting Requirement
Section 22a-609 of the CGS, EPCRA Section 311
Chemical Inventory Reporting Requirements(commonly referred to as Tier II)
Due by March 1 each year.
Section 22a-610 of the CGS, EPCRA Section 312
Toxic Release Reporting Requirements (commonly referred to as TRI or Form R's)
Due by July 1 each year.
Other Laws that Provide Similar Information
Records Retention and Access to Public Records
Additional Reporting Requirements Programs
There are also additional reporting requirements that do not fall under EPCRA but are worth mentioning such as the
- State Spill/Release Reporting;
- Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards;
- Municipal Records Retention;
- Notice to the Local Fire Marshal; and
- The Annual Report of Carcinogenic Substances.
- Superfund, TRI, EPCRA, RMP and Oil Information Center phone number is 800-424-9346 or TDD is 800-553-7672.
- Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Enforcement