Here is a handy table we recently created for our clients -- a gentle reminder to get organized! Even if you miss a deadline, it's better to start playing catchup as soon as you find out that you are not in compliance.
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Quick Reference Guide to Regulations and Submissions (Jan-Apr 2011)
|EPA TSCA New Chemicals||TSCA Polymer Exemption Report||Annual||January 31|
|EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting||Certificates of Representation||Registration||January 31|
|EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting||GHG Reports||Annual||March 31|
|OSHA Recordkeeping & Reporting Occupational Injuries & Illnesses||OSHA Injury and Illness Log Summary Form 300A||Annual||Post Feb 1 thru April 30|
|NJ Emissions Statement Rule||Emission StatementNon-applicability Report||As Warranted||Feb 1|
|Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Section 312||Community Right-to-Know (CRTK) Survey and Tier I or Tier II Inventory Form||Annual||March 1|
|NPDES Stormwater Program||Annual Certification||Annual||Varies by State|
EPA TSCA New Chemicals
Anyone who imports or manufactures a new polymer in 2010 that met the TSCA Exemption Criteria must submit a TSCA Polymer Exemption Report of manufacture or import by (postmarked) January 31 of the year subsequent to initial manufacture. The notice must include: