TRI

Toxic Release Inventory

Last updated:
14
February
2024
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Toxic Release Inventory
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TRI
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TRI
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Legislation Overview

Legislation name
Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA)
Applicable to
United States
Purpose
To track and report the management of certain toxic chemicals that may pose a threat to human health and the environment.
Scope
Covers facilities in specific industries such as manufacturing, mining, and power generation that manufacture, process, or otherwise use specified toxic chemicals above threshold quantities.
Key requirements
Facilities must annually report chemical disposals and releases, including quantities and methods of waste management.
Penalties
Non-compliance can result in enforcement actions including fines and penalties under EPA regulations.
EXEMPTIONS
Certain small facilities and specific chemicals under certain quantities may be exempt.
Guidance
The EPA provides extensive guidance documents, reporting tools, and resources for facilities to comply with TRI reporting requirements.