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The SARA / EPCRA reporting requirements can be overwhelming.

Linebach Funkhouser can make it simple.

We can complete the reports, make all the notifications, and ensure that your facility stays in compliance – year in and year out.

Knowledge Matters.

The Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA), also known as SARA Title III, established four types of reporting for facilities that store or manage certain chemicals, including annual inventory reporting and emergency release reporting.  All four reports have specific forms, notification requirements, and submittal deadlines.  It can be a daunting task, especially if you use multiple chemicals.

LFI’s compliance team has extensive experience in meeting all of the EPCRA reporting requirements; from small operations with only a few chemicals, to large facilities that use and store thousands of chemicals.We can provide whatever level of help you need, from assistance with completing the report forms to completely taking care of everything for you.

LFI’s compliance professionals have a thorough understanding of the EPCRA regulations and reporting procedures, and have worked with regulators across the country to ensure that our clients stay in compliance. LFI’s primary goal when it comes to EPCRA compliance is to ensure that all of your reports are completed properly and submitted on time.

Key Services:
  • Toxic Release Inventory Reporting (Form R Reporting)

  • Hazardous Chemical Notification and Inventory Reporting (Section 311-312)

  • Emergency Planning and Notification (Section 302)

  • Reporting of Non-Permitted Releases (Section 304)

  • Chemical Use and Quantity Evaluations
    Employee Training and Consultation

Don’t let the SARA / EPCRA reporting requirements overwhelm you – let Linebach Funkhouser help.



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