EPA Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting: How to Ensure Compliance

Know your TRI reporting obligations before the July 1 deadline!

The Form R deadline is coming. Are you ready?


Webinar Description:

EPA introduced several changes to its TRI reporting requirements in 2017. Owners and operators of affected facilities need to be aware of these changes to ensure the accuracy and completeness of upcoming TRI submissions. Join the experts at VelocityEHS as they guide you through the most recent changes to the TRI reporting requirements, and provide a comprehensive overview of the TRI reporting process to help you stay in compliance. 

You Will Learn How To:

  • Understand the main purpose of EPA’s TRI reporting
  • Interpret and apply EPCRA Section 313 and 322 as they apply to your organization
  • Assess the 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 TRI, and revising/withdrawing/self-disclosure of TRI reports
  • Identify the most common errors in completing Form R reports and Form A certification statements
  • Assess recent TRI reporting changes that may apply to your organization
  • Recognize potential enforcement actions for TRI noncompliance
  • Identify and evaluate resources to assist you in preparing your RY 2018 TRI reports

About the Presenter: Phil Molé

Before joining VelocityEHS, Phil 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. in Chemistry and a Masters of Public Health. 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).

About the Presenter: Greg Duncan

Before joining VelocityEHS in 2016, Greg spent 6 years working with the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and Alaska Department of Fish & Game (ADF&G) to study the ecology of commercial fisheries in the North Pacific and Bering Sea, and to monitor fishing industry compliance with environmental laws and occupational health and safety standards. Greg holds a B.S. in Biology, and a Masters of Environmental Law & Policy, and is dedicated to helping people and businesses be safer and more sustainable.