TRI Reports Due July 1

May 27, 2016


Under Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act  (EPCRA), the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) collects data on the releases of certain chemicals to the air, water, and land.  The USEPA then makes this information available to the public through the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI).  The TRI also contains information about how chemicals are treated, recycled, or otherwise disposed of by facilities.

TRI reports are due by July 1 of each year

TRI reporting requirements are based on:

Does your state have its own TRI program?

Many states, including Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, and New York, have their own TRI programs or forms.  Some states also require reporting on additional chemicals, such as sodium hydroxide and ferric sulfate. Click your state's icon to learn more. 


Additional TURA Compliance Requirements for Massachusetts

TURA, or the Toxics Use Reduction Act requires Massachusetts companies that use large quantities of specific toxic chemicals to evaluate and plan for pollution prevention, implement prevention planning, and annually measure and report the results.

Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) Planners on Staff at GeoInsight

TUR Planners are environmental, safety or process professionals who are certified by the MassDEP.  TUR Planners have passed a uniform certification exam developed by MassDEP and/or have demonstrated relevant education and experience to facilitate reporting and forms requirements.

Not sure if TRI applies to your facility?  Have another question?

It can be difficult determining whether your facility must submit a TRI report and how to correctly file.  If you get stuck or have a question, one of GeoInsight's compliance specialists would be happy to help!


Click here for a current list of Chemicals that are reportable by MA Toxics Reduction Act

For more information, contact Suzanne Pisano, Director of Compliance