Hazardous Waste (Biennial) Report – Due March 1, 2012

Large Quantity Generators (LQGs) and/or facilities that treated, stored, or disposed of RCRA hazardous waste need to file a Hazardous Waste (Biennial) Report by March 1, 2012 for 2011 waste generation. The EPA estimates that the reporting burden for preparation of this report is an average of 16.4 hours. Let CDMS prepare your reports accurately […]

Tiered Permitting Unit Closure Cost Updates

Be sure that you have updated and documented your closure cost estimates this year to reflect inflationary changes to the costs, as is required annually by the Tiered Permitting regulation.

Stormwater Sampling

Stormwater Sampling If you are permitted under the California Stormwater General Permit, don’t forget to collect your samples over two rain events this rainy season. CDMS can provide sampling kits to make sampling easy.  Contact one of our offices to find out more.

EPA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Report

EPA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Report – Form R  – Due July 1, 2011 The Form R report is required if any of the over 600  listed chemicals or substances are used as raw material, or as an ingredient in a material, over the reporting threshold for that chemical. Common and often overlooked reportable materials […]

Waste Minimization (SB14) Programs

Every 4 years, qualifying facilities must prepare a new minimization plan and submit the Summary Progress Report (SPR). Qualifying facilities include those that generated more than 13.2 tons of hazardous waste in 2010.  Wastes that are considered are both RCRA and non-RCRA waste, and are generated on site (even if the generated waste is then […]

Biennial Reporting

This year, as in past years, DTSC is only collecting Biennial Reports from Large Quantity Generators of RCRA (Federally-regulated) hazardous wastes.  Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities may use the Biennial Report to satisfy their annual facility reporting requirements for 2009.   A site is a RCRA Large Quantity Generator (LQG) for 2009 if […]

Hazardous Material Reporting

Businesses that handle hazardous materials are required by State law to submit a hazardous material business plan and inventory annually.  Many Certified Unified Program Agencies (CUPAs) in California require business plans and inventories to be submitted in December or March.  State law (Health and Safety Code §25503.5) requires a business to establish and implement a […]

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