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Toxic Release Inventory Reports Due July 1: Updated Reporting Requirements and Strategies to Ensure Timely Compliance - On-Demand

Toxic Release Inventory Reports - July 1: Updated Reporting & Strategies to Ensure Timely Compliance - On-Demand

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Toxic Release Inventory Reports Due July 1: Updated Reporting Requirements and Strategies to Ensure Timely Compliance - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn the several submission-process modifications for mandatory TRI reporting requirements from 2016 EHS managers need to know before July 1, 2017 filing deadline.



For companies across the US, Toxic Release Inventory Reports (TRI) are due by July 1st. This year, there are a few submission-process modifications the EPA has made that environmental managers need to know.

For example: there’s a new chemical category, a new feature for adding comments to relay information to report preparers before certification, and new features to easily manage facility-based information. Additionally, the TRI-MEweb has been enhanced to make reporting and data validation for multi-establishment facilities more efficient.

Noncompliant filing will result in costly fines and penalties for your organization. That means it’s up to EHS managers to fully understand and adhere to these changes to remain compliant with proper TRI reporting procedures.

Use this in-depth on-demand webinar exploring the new changes to the TRI reporting, and best practices for ensuring you are fulfilling reporting requirements for the 2016 reporting year by the July 1 filing deadline.

You’ll learn:

  • The purpose of TRI Reporting
  • A clear understanding of the type of information the EPA is looking for in your filing
  • How Section 313 and 322 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act apply to your organization
  • Key elements of completing a TRI report, including:
    • chemical use evaluation
    • threshold evaluation
    • qualifiers and exemptions
    • estimating releases, Form R vs. Form A applicability
    • submitting the TRI
    • revising/withdrawing/self-disclosure of TRI reports
  • Common errors in completing Form R reports and Form A certification statements
  • The practical impact of recent changes to TRI reporting, including updates concerning:
    • new chemical additions
    • TRI-MEweb features for publicly owned treatment works
    • Certification enhancements
    • multi-establishment reporting features
    • the TRI facility management feature
  • The penalties you face for TRI noncompliance

About Your Presenters:

Phil MoléPhil Molé
VelocityEHS

Before joining VelocityEHS as an EHS expert, Phil Molé served as Global EHS Coordinator for John Crane Inc., as a Senior Environmental Consultant for Gaia Tech, and Project Manager for Mostardi Platt Environmental. He has a B.S. (Chemistry) and a Master’s in Public Health (MPH). He was a NIOSH traineeship recipient (1995-1997) and is a member of ASSE and NAEM. His certifications include OSHA 30-hour training (2012), and ISO/OHSAS Internal Auditor Training (2012). As an EHS Expert at VelocityEHS, Mr. Molé tracks emerging regulatory issues and educates customers and the marketplace on environment, health, safety and sustainability compliance best practices.


Greg DuncanGreg Duncan 
Velocity EHS

Prior to joining VelocityEHS as an EHS expert in 2016, Greg Duncan served as a NMFS North Pacific Fisheries Observer, sailing aboard commercial fishing vessels in the Bering Sea to collect, record, and manage large volumes of biological data, and working alongside commercial fishing industry personnel to ensure compliance with state & federal safety standards and natural resource laws. Mr. Duncan holds a B.S. (Integrative Biology) from the University of Illinois, and a Masters of Environmental Law & Policy (MELP) from Vermont Law School. As an EHS Expert at VelocityEHS, he tracks emerging regulatory issues and educates customers and the marketplace on environment, health, safety and sustainability compliance best practices. 

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