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EPA Toxic Release Inventory info due July 1

Annual TRI Report Due July 1

EPA’s Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) information, if required at your facility, is due July 1.

A cursory review of the EPA’s database indicates that less than 10 percent of all asphalt pavement mix production facilities need to submit. The majority of mix facilities either do not exceed criteria personnel employee counts or such facilities utilize greater than 50 percent of produced mix for their internal paving business.

Learn more via NAPA’s free, archived webinar, “Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Reporting Requirements for Asphalt Plants.

“Only some of the many mandatory reporting requirements of the EPA’s EPCRA apply to asphalt mixture production facilities. This webinar reviews compliance obligations for EPCRA reporting, including Hazardous Chemical Storage Reporting Requirements (Sections 311–312) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting (Section 313).”

PLUS: Access NAPA’s Member-Only information for understanding TRI reporting obligations.

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