EPA Proposes Burden Reduction Rule for the Toxics Release Inventory

May 2006
Professional Safety;May2006, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p54
Academic Journal
The article reports on the proposal of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for burden reduction rule to extend the use of a shortened reporting form (Form A certification statement) for the toxics release inventory (TRI). The proposal, which is part of an ongoing effort to streamline toxics release inventory, will also furnish new incentives to facilities to give off less to be able to apply the shorter form. EPA also has plans to prepare the way for rulemaking to modify the frequency of reporting under the TRI program.


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