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Quick Reference Guide to Regulations and Submissions (May 2011)
|NJ DEP Bureau of Air Quality Planning NJ Emission Statement Program||Emission Statement - 2010 Emission Statement Guidance Document and other forms are available||Annual||May 15|
|EPA TSCA Inventory Update Reporting (IUR)||Form U - Electronic Reporting: CDX Registration for the 2011 IUR not available as of May 23||Every 4 years|
Final Rule Still Not Published by EPA
|US DOT PHMSA Hazardous Materials Transportation; Registration and Fee Assessment Program||Hazardous Material Registration - 2011-2012 Registration year begins on July 1, 2011. PHSMA service will accept registrations in early May.||Annual||June 30|
|EPA Toxic Chemical Release Inventory (TRI) Program||EPA Toxic Chemical Release Inventory (TRI) Report|
Form A or Form R
|NJ DEP Pollution Prevention and Right to Know Programs||New Jersey Release and Pollution Prevention Report (RPPR) Form DEQ-114||Annual||July 1|
|NJ DEP Pollution Prevention and Right to Know Programs||New Jersey Pollution Prevention Plan Summary (P2 Plan) Form DEP-113||Annual||July 1|
|NJ DEP Regulated Medical Waste Generator Registration Program||Medical Waste Generator Registration||Annual||July 21|
The Emission Statement rule (N.J.A.C. 7:27-21) establishes requirements for the annual reporting of air contaminant emissions from stationary sources. NJDEP requires emission data from all facilities that emit or have the Potential to Emit greater than or equal to the following thresholds:
- 5 tons per year of Pb
- 10 tons per year of VOC
- 25 tons per year of NOx
- 100 tons per year of any of the following -- CO, NH3, PM2.5, PM10, SO2, or TSP
A facility's Potential to Emit is determined for each air contaminant by totaling the following:
- All allowable emissions from permitted sources
- The emissions from all non-permitted sources operating at maximum capacity and assuming that the source operates for 8,760 hours per year; and
- All maximum fugitive emissions.
The purpose of the IUR program is to collect quality screening-level, exposure-related information on chemical substances and to make that information available for use by EPA and, to the public. The IUR regulation requires manufacturers and importers of certain chemical substances included on the TSCA Chemical Substance Inventory to report site and manufacturing information for chemicals manufactured (including imported) in amounts of 25,000 pounds or greater at a single site. Additional information on domestic processing and use must be reported for chemicals manufactured in amounts of 300,000 pounds or more at a single site.
Learn more about TSCA IUR
Learn more about Form U
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All shippers and transporters of specified categories of hazardous materials must submit an annual - registration statement and payment before July 1 or before engaging in any of the activities requiring registration. This DOT certificate and registration number must be on record prior to shipment or transport of hazardous materials.
Learn more about Hazardous Material Registration
1990 Congress passed the Pollution Prevention Act which requires facilities to report additional data on waste management and source reduction activities to EPA under TRI. The goal of the Toxics Release Inventory Program is to provide communities with information about toxic chemical releases and waste management activities and to support informed decision making at all levels by industry, government, non-governmental organizations, and the public. The Toxics Release Inventory Program compiles the TRI data submitted by regulated facilities each year and makes the data available through the Data and Tools webpages.
Learn more about EPA Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Program
Learn more about Form A or B
The Release and Pollution Prevention Report (RPPR) is used to collect information for the NJDEP Community Right to Know and Pollution Prevention programs. The RPPR gathers data on toxic chemical throughput, multi-media environmental releases, on-site waste management, and off-site transfers, collectively known as materials accounting. Pollution prevention progress information is also reported on the RPPR. The New Jersey reporting requirements for the RPPR are closely linked to the requirements for the federal Toxic Chemicals Release Inventory (TRI) pursuant to EPCRA Section 313. Any New Jersey employer required to submit a TRI form (Form R including release data or the shorter Form A Certification Statement) is also required to submit the RPPR.
Learn more about NJ DEP Pollution Prevention and Right to Know Programs
Learn more about NJ RPPR Form DEQ 114
Learn more about NJ P2 Summary Form DEP-113
The New Jersey medical waste regulations require all medical waste generators, transporters, intermediate handlers, and destination facilities to track regulated medical waste ("RMW"), no matter how small the amount generated. All generators of RMW must complete and submit an Annual Generator Report (forms are provided by the NJDEP) to the Department for the period of June 22 through June 21 of each calendar year by June 21 of each calendar year.