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February 15, 2017
Tier II reports due March 1: Check your state's requirements (Map)

The deadline to submit Tier II reports is March 1. Do you know your state’s reporting requirements?

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Section 312 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) requires facilities storing hazardous chemicals above certain thresholds to submit an annual inventory of those chemicals to the State or Tribal Emergency Response Commission (SERC/TERC), the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), and the local fire department with jurisdiction over the facility.

Tier II information provides the specific amounts and locations of hazardous chemicals present at the facility during the previous calendar year.

Most states require electronic reporting using either Tier2 Submit, the federal electronic reporting software, or the state equivalent electronic reporting format.

What are your state's Tier II reporting requirements?

To help your company comply with EPCRA, we have created this interactive map to direct you to your state’s Tier II reporting requirements and contact information.

Tier 2 State Reporting Map Idaho Nevada Montana Wyoming Utah Arizona New Mexico Colorado Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Iowa Illinois Missouri Arkansas Mississippi Alabama Georgia South Carolina Tennessee Kentucky Indiana Ohio West Virginia Virginia Pennsylvania New York New Hampshire Vermont Massachusettes Maine Rhode Island Connecticut New Jersey Deleware Maryland Texas Oregon North Carolina Hawaii Alaska Louisiana Florida Michigan California Minnesota Washington Wisconsin

For federal information, see the Community Right to Know topic.

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