Hazardous Chemical Inventory (Initial, Annual Tier II, and Updates)
Reporting for businesses that use or store specific chemicals
Businesses having certain chemicals on-site above specified threshold levels are required to report on identity, amount, locations, storage containers, hazards, etc. for each chemical. Also provide emergency contact information, site plot plan, etc. Information is made available to emergency planning and response organizations. Fees submitted with reports. Required under combination of federal and State laws.
Division: Waste and Hazardous Substances
Office: Emergency Prevention and Response Section (Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-know Act (EPCRA) Reporting Branch)
Annual reports due by March 1, covering activities at facility during previous calendar year. Periodic updates can be required within 3 months of new substance first exceeding threshold amount on-site. EHSs must reported witihn 60 days of first exceeding Threshold Planning Quantity (TPQ).
Fee based on number and type of chemicals reported on annual reports. Motor vehicle fuels at gas stations exempt. Government and non-profits exempt. Cap of $5,000 per facility per year.
Reporting and payment can be completed entirely online. The Web-based application calculates the appropriate reporting fee due, and facilities can pay on-line through the system using a credit card (or send check by mail). http://dnrec.delaware.gov/SERC/Services/Pages/DownloadFormsorSoftware.aspx
Apply Online (Fillable)
Reports can be completed and submitted using on-line Web-based application known as Tier II Manager: http://dnrec.delaware.gov/SERC/Services/Pages/DownloadFormsorSoftware.aspx
Renewal Form (Fillable)
For subsequent reporting years, facilities can log into the system, review and update their previous data, and submit an updated report for the new year. http://dnrec.delaware.gov/SERC/Services/Pages/DownloadFormsorSoftware.aspx
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