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Toxic Release Inventory Reports: How to Comply with Updated Reporting Requirements by the July 1 Deadline - On-Demand

Toxic Release Inventory Reports: How to Comply with Updated Reporting Requirements by the July 1 Deadline - On-Demand

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Toxic Release Inventory Reports: How to Comply with Updated Reporting Requirements by the July 1 Deadline - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: The Toxic Release Inventory Report deadline of July 1, 2018 is quickly approaching – are you ready?



It seems that every year brings changes to Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting requirements—but do you know what the changes are this year?

The 2018 TRI reports are due on July 1, 2018, and this year is the first that requires the reporting of chemicals in the hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD) category. In addition, chemicals not reported in the past may need to be reported this year because the de minimis levels have been reduced as a result of the chemicals being newly classified as carcinogens by OSHA. Finally, newly adopted NAICS codes may necessitate updating your reporting forms.

Use this widely popular on-demand webinar when Wendy Tindall, Environmental Compliance Manager at Bay West, will provide attendees first with guidance for determining if your facility is subject to the TRI reporting requirements. During this engaging presentation she will walk through a step-by-step approach for completing and submitting the TRI report. If interested, attendees can prepare for the webinar by compiling a list of the types and amounts of chemicals they have onsite at their facility. This list will help attendees determine if their facility requires a TRI report and jump start your submittal process.

You’ll learn:

  • Which facilities need to report
  • What chemicals/PBTs should be included/evaluated
  • Quantity threshold determinations
  • Exemptions to reporting
  • Common TRI reporting errors
  • How to submit TRI reports and use TRIMeWeb
  • Available support resources

About Your Presenter:

Wendy TindallWendy Tindall
Environmental Compliance Manager
Bay West LLC

Ms. Tindall has 17 years of proven environmental regulatory compliance experience including multi-media auditing for various business sectors, evaluating air, water, waste, and other pertinent compliance areas. She also has widespread experience in due diligence services, environmental liability services (including AAI Phase I Environmental Site Assessments [ESA]), environmental reporting and recordkeeping, and site investigation and characterization.

Ms. Tindall has applied her regulatory compliance expertise at power plants, petroleum refining and storage facilities, existing and former manufacturing facilities, petroleum pipelines, and other industrial facilities. Ms. Tindall manages Bay West’s Environmental Compliance focus area, where she networks with various commercial project leaders and technical staff in a client-focused efficient manner.

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