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Toxics Release Inventory (TRI Form R) Reporting Service

An Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Requirement. Read more.

Toxics Release Inventory (TRI Form R) Reporting Service (014060)
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Facilities that manufacture, process or otherwise use toxic chemicals specified by EPCRA 313 must file a Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) report annually by July 1. This information supports informed decision making by industry, government, non-governmental organizations, and the public.

TRI reports were established to provide communities with information about toxic chemical releases, transfers and other waste management activities including recycling, energy recovery and treatment. TRI reporting can be known by many names, including:

  • Toxics Release Inventory reporting
  • EPCRA Section 313 reporting
  • SARA Section 313 reporting
  • Form R reporting
  • Form A reporting

J. J. Keller’s experienced environmental consulting staff will help you easily comply with the requirements. We will verify whether you need to file a TRI report and determine the specific federal and state environmental requirements for your location(s). We will then prepare and file the toxics release inventory report quickly and accurately for you, if necessary.

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Who Must File a TRI Report?

Facilities must file a TRI report annually to the EPA and designated state and/or tribe if the facility meets four criteria:

  1. Is in a “covered sector” (defined by NAICS codes),
  2. Has 10 or more full-time employees,
  3. Has a TRI-listed chemical, and
  4. The listed chemical exceeds its threshold in a given year

A facility must meet all four criteria to be applicable to toxics release inventory reporting.

TRI-Listed Chemicals

Currently there are more than 750 individual chemicals and more than 30 chemical categories on the EPA’s TRI toxic chemical list. This list of chemicals can vary from year to year. In general, chemicals that are considered toxic are those that cause:

  • Cancer or other chronic human health effects
  • Significant adverse acute human health effects
  • Significant adverse environmental effects

Common TRI chemicals include:

  • Styrene
  • Certain Glycol Ethers
  • Toluene
  • Chromium
  • Copper
  • Manganese
  • Nickel
  • Lead

Compliance Brief

Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting

Understand the purpose of the TRI requirements about toxic chemical releases, transfers, and other waste management activities.



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