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Lead and TRI Reporting—Alerts

Special state and local reporting requirements

If you are located in any of the states listed below, additional TRI-related reporting requirements may apply to you.

Please note that there may be other requirements in your area, not appearing on this list, that you need to be aware of.  We are trying to collect as many of these additional requirements as possible, but there is at present no good central source of information, and we may have missed some.  If you know of any chemical usage reporting requirements that do not appear here, please email or call Lisa Stobierski at (734) 995-7989, or use this form.

State Program Overview Forms and other items
Maine Toxics and Hazardous Waste Reduction Program Reporting forms and instructions
Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act Reporting forms and additional information
Michigan Annual Wastewater Reporting Program Reporting forms and instructions
New Jersey New Jersey Release and Pollution Prevention Report Copy of DEQ-114 form apparently not online
Oregon Toxics Use Reduction and Hazardous Waste Reduction Act TUHWReporting Log In

Corrections to factors for "manufactured" lead

We have revised the factor for calculating the weight of "manufactured" lead hydroxide in alkaline cleaning baths and wastewater treatment up slightly, to 1.16 from a previously suggested 1.12 (revision date March 19, 2002).




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