State Tier II Reporting Requirements and Procedures
To obtain Tier II reporting procedures and requirements for your state, please click on the state where the reporting facility is located.
District Of Columbia
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Alabama Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Alabama Department of Environmental Management
Email: Beth Woodfin (email@example.com)
Tier II Submission E-mail: AL312@adem.alabama.gov
Webpage: http://adem.alabama.gov/MoreInfo/saraIII.cnt Exit
Special Instructions: Alabama’s SERC accepts two forms of electronic submittal utilizing either E-Plan or Tier2 Submit. There are two state required fields: 1) Master ID #, and 2) valid email address for proof of receipt. Please see the above webpage for additional information.
Alaska Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation
Department of Environmental Conservation
ATTN: Kathleen (Kathy) Shea
555 Cordova Street
Anchorage, AK 99501
Email: Kathy Shea (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Webpage: https://ready.alaska.gov/SERC/Tier Exit
Special Instructions: Alaska Tier II forms and instructions are available at https://ready.alaska.gov/SERC/Tier Exit
American Samoa Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency
Ignosy Toeava, Chief
P.O. BOX PPA
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Email: Ignosy Toeava (email@example.com)
Arizona Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Arizona Emergency Response Commission
Emergency Response Unit
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
1110 West Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Email: Chris Nutter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Webpage: https://tier2.azserc.org/?ReturnUrl=%2Fdashboard Exit
Special Instructions: Use Arizona Emergency Response Commission online reporting tool.
Online Tier II Reporting: Arizona Emergency Response Commission - https://tier2.azserc.org/?ReturnUrl=%2Fdashboard Exit
Arkansas Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Arkansas Department of Emergency Management
Camp Joseph T. Robinson
North Little Rock, AR 72199
Webpage: http://www.adem.arkansas.gov Exit
Special Instructions: Arkansas is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit. See the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management website for specific reporting details - http://www.adem.arkansas.gov Exit
California Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: California Emergency Management Agency
Phone Contacts: See the Unified Program Staff page. Exit
Webpage: https://www.caloes.ca.gov/FireRescueSite/Pages/HazMat-Business-Plan.aspx Exit
Special Instructions: Submissions are made electronically via the California Environmental Reporting System, CERS system. The webpage with additional Tier II information is located here: https://www.caloes.ca.gov/individuals-families/hazardous-materials/hazmat-business-plan
Colorado Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Colorado Emergency Planning Commission
c/o Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
SARA Title III – Tier II Reports
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, Colorado 80246-1530
Webpage: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/tier-ii-hazardous-chemical-inventory-reporting Exit
Special Instructions: Colorado requires that Tier II reports be filed using EPA’s Tier2 Submit software and submitted to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Colorado has developed a platform, Colorado Environmental Online Services (CEOS), to handle a variety of environmental reporting requirements. Effective for reporting year 2018 (calendar year 2019) forward, Tier II reporting must occur through CEOS. CEOS will accept only validated T2S files. Visit CDPHE’s Tier II Exitwebpage for detailed instructions. Emailed reports will not be accepted. You can find more information on CEOS here: https://ceos.colorado.gov/CO/CEOS/Public/Client/CO_CIMPLE/Shared/Pages/Main/Login.aspx
Colorado has instituted a single-point submission process for Tier II reporting. Facilities are not required to provide the same report to the local emergency planning committee (LEPC) or the local fire department unless those agencies maintain local reporting requirements. Please check with your LEPC and fire district to determine if direct Tier II reporting to their agency is required. Tier II data submitted to the state will be distributed to the LEPCs and local fire districts.
Colorado has instituted several state-specific Tier2 Submit requirements. These requirements are found under the “State Field” tab in Tier2 Submit. Please see Colorado’s Tier II Exitwebpage for information.
Connecticut Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: State Emergency Response Commission
79 Elm Street
Hartford, CT 06106-5127
Webpage: http://www.ct.gov/serc/site/default.asp Exit
Special Instructions: The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is tasked by state statute (22a-602) to manage EPCRA data for the Connecticut State Emergency Response Commission (SERC). DEEP prefers that each facility use EPA's Tier2 Submit software application for the current reporting year. DEEP will accept Tier2 Submit electronic file submissions via email attachment to email@example.com, or submissions on cd with one zipfile submission to SERC address with a company cover letter and label on the CD, or paper through regular mail. DEEP will reply in kind to submissions (of Tier2 Submit electronic files only) made by email with an acknowledgment of receipt only, if one is requested. Email acknowledgment does not constitute validity of the data and a follow-up notification will be made to the facility if DEEP encounters problems with data. Refer to the SERC Website for specific tier 2 reporting details: http://www.ct.gov/serc/site/default.asp Exit.
A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Delaware Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: State of Delaware Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA)
Delaware EPCRA Reporting Program
Emergency Response & Strategic Services Section, DNREC
155 Commerce Way, Suite B
Dover, DE 19904
Webpage: http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/SERC/Services/Pages/HazardousChemicalInventoryReporting.aspx Exit
Special Instructions: Delaware is requesting facilities use Tier II Manager(tm) to submit Tier II reports. Please see the Delaware Tier II website for further details - https://dnrec.alpha.delaware.gov/waste-hazardous/emergency-response/community-right-to-know/reporting-requirements/ Exit
District of Columbia Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency
2720 Martin Luther King Jr Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20032
Email: Patrice White (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Email: Frederick Goldsmith (email@example.com)
Webpage: http://hsema.dc.gov Exit
Special Instructions: The District of Columbia requires all Tier II reports be submitted through the HSEMA Online Tier II Manager database. Tier II report preparers must register via https://washingtondc.hazconnect.com/Account/Login.aspx Exit.
Florida Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Florida Division of Emergency Management Technological Hazards Section
2555 Shumard Oak Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2100
Email: Sam Brackett (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Special Instructions: Florida only accepts online filing of Tier II reports and fee payment using E-Plan (https://erplan.net/eplan/home.htm). ExitOnline payments may be made with credit card or bank account (e-check). Please Note: Florida requires all Tier II maximum amounts be listed in pounds (not range codes).
Georgia Tier II Reporting Requirements
John Maddox, Emergency Response Manager
Georgia Environmental Protection Division
P O Box 3250
16 Center Road
Cartersville, Georgia 30120
Email: John Maddox (email@example.com)
Webpage: https://epd.georgia.gov/ Exit
Special Instructions: Georgia now requires all reporting to be electronic utilizing E-Plan. Please see Georgia's instructions at: https://epd.georgia.gov/emergency-response Exit
Tier II Administration: Guam Environmental Protection Agency
Galo E. N. Baluran, Tier 2 Reporting Manager
Computer Systems Analyst II
Green Parcel (bf) DSMOA
Building 17-3304 Mariner Avenue Tiyan
Barrigada, Guam 96921
Galo E. N. Baluran (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Special Instructions: Guam is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Hawaii Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Office of Hazard Evaluation and Emergency Response
Email: Sharon Leonida (email@example.com)
Webpage: https://health.hawaii.gov/heer/submit-documents-to-heer/submit-a-hepcra-tier-ii-report/ Exit
Special Instructions: Hawaii is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Idaho Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Idaho Office of Emergency Management
4040 Guard Street, Bldg. 600
Boise, ID 83705-5004
Email Inquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email for submitting Tier II reports: email@example.com
Special Instructions: Idaho is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Illinois Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Illinois Emergency Management Agency
Illinois Emergency Management Agency
Tier 2 Reporting
1035 Outer Park Drive
Springfield, IL 62704
Email for inquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org
Webpage: https://www2.illinois.gov/iema/preparedness/serc/pages/serc_tier2.aspx Exit
Special Instructions: Illinois is requiring facilities to use the Tier II Manager On-Line Filing System. Only Tier II Manager submissions will be accepted. Please see the Illinois web site for further details - https://www2.illinois.gov/iema/preparedness/serc/pages/serc_tier2.aspx Exit
Indiana Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Indiana Department of Homeland Security
Webpage: https://www.in.gov/dhs/3893.htm Exit
Special Instructions: Indiana is requiring facilities to file electronically using Tier II Manager.
Iowa Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Iowa Department of Natural Resources
Address: Emergency Response and Homeland Security Unit
c/o Elonda Bacon
502 E 9th St.
Des Moines, IA 50319
Special Instructions: Iowa only accepts Tier II information submitted through E-Plan. Iowa does require two Emergency Contacts. See the website above for more details.
Kansas Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Kansas Division of Health and Environment
Contact Person: Marla Oestreich
Email: Marla Oestreich (email@example.com)
Webpage: http://www.kdheks.gov/radiation/indexRTK.html Exit
Kentucky Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Kentucky Emergency Management (KYEM)
Webpage: https://kyem.ky.gov/Who%20We%20Are/Pages/KERC.aspx Exit
Special Instructions: Tier2 reports and fees are due annually by March 1.
The Kentucky Emergency Response Commission (KERC) has implemented a new TIER II reporting system and no longer uses the EPA’s tier2submit or accepts submissions through ky.gov.
Starting January 1, 2020, Kentucky facilities must submit their EPCRA section 312 reports using the TIER II MANAGER® online reporting system. Submissions, corrections, updates, and payments will be made through this new system at https://tier2.kyemweb.com:8171/Account/Login.aspx.
Before starting a submission, please watch or read the materials thoroughly to understand both the requirements and the online reporting process. The KERC is responsible for the collection and maintenance of Kentucky’s EPCRA notifications and reporting of sections 302, 311, and 312 (Tier II). The purpose of this online reporting portal is to provide State and local officials with specific information on hazardous chemicals present at Kentucky facilities for use in emergency preparedness, planning, and emergency response.
Reports submitted after the due date of March 1, will be fined a one-time late fee of $250 per facility IAW KRS 39E.990 (2).
Facilities no longer need to submit to the KERC, Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), and Fire Departments. Instead, a single submittal through TIER II MANAGER® satisfies all three submissions.
Submission of the Tier II report form by facilities that meet the reporting requirements established under Section 312 of SARA Title III is required. Specifically, facilities are required to report their possession of Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHS) stored at 500 pounds or the Threshold Planning Quantity (TPQ), whichever is less. In addition, facilities must report any hazardous chemical for which a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is required under the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, and which is stored in the amount of 10,000 pounds or more. For more information on the list of EHS and their TPQ, or to obtain more information on the reporting requirements, please review the information available on the Kentucky Emergency Response Commission website at https://kyem.ky.gov/Who%20We%20Are/Pages/KERC.aspx.
If you have any questions or need assistance reporting, please contact the Program Manager at KY_Tier2_Manager@ky-em.org or 502-607-5770.
Louisiana Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Louisiana State Police / Right-to-Know Unit
Webpage(s): LA Tier II Guidance Documents - http://www.lsp.org/esu.html#rtk Exit
LA Tier II Electronic Filing - https://rtkweb.dps.la.gov/t2access.nsf Exit
Special Instructions: Louisiana requires facilities to submit electronic inventory reports using the Louisiana State Police Tier II Inventory Filing website. Louisiana does not accept submissions from Tier II Submit, Tier II Manager, or E-Plan. Please visit the LA Tier II Guidance Documents website for more information. Additional information on submissions can be found here: http://www.lsp.org/pdf/RTK_Filing_Instructions.pdf
Maine Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Maine Emergency Management Agency
72 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0072
Phone: 1-800-452-8735 (ME only)
207-624-4440 (outside ME)
Webpage: https://www.maine.gov/mema/maine-prepares/plans-trainings-exercises/serc/facility-resources Exit
Special Instructions: All facilities are required to report electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Maryland Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Maryland Department of the Environment
1800 Washington Blvd.
Baltimore MD 21230
Contact: Ms. Patricia S. Williams
Email: Patricia S. Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Webpage: https://mde.maryland.gov/programs/Businessinfocenter/CommunityRightToKnow/Pages/tier2reporting.aspx Exit
Massachusetts Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
State Emergency Response Commission
400 Worcester Road
Framingham, MA 01702-5399
Webpage: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/massachusetts-state-emergency-response-commission-serc Exit
Special Instructions: Massachusetts requires facilities to submit electronic reports using the Tier II Manager System. Detailed information may be found on MEMA’s website here: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/massachusetts-state-emergency-response-commission-serc Exit
Facilities will receive an email acknowledgement of their submission.
Please contact your Emergency Planning Committee (EPC) and local fire department to determine how to submit.
Submissions are required for these entities:
- The Massachusetts SERC
- Your Emergency Planning Committee (EPC)
- Your local fire department
The list of all EPCs is available on the MEMA Website listed above.
Please contact the Massachusetts SERC at 508-820-2041 for additional information or assistance.
Michigan Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Michigan SARA Title III Program
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
PO Box 30457
Lansing, MI 48909-7957
Webpage: https://www.michigan.gov/egle/0,9429,7-135-3307_29815_4139---,00.html Exit
Special Instructions: Reports must be submitted online using the Tier II Manager™ software. Access this program by going to the SARA website and selecting “SARA Title III Hazardous Chemical Inventory.” Access the latest version of the "Michigan Facilities’ Guide to SARA Title III, Emergency Planning, and Release Reporting” by going to the SARA website and selecting “SARA Title III.” Additional information can be found at https://www.michigan.gov/documents/deq/deq-oea-saraguidebook-Chapter3_444637_7.pdf.
Minnesota Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Minnesota Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Program
445 Minnesota St. Suite 223
St. Paul, MN 55101-6223
Email: Joe Neuberger (Joe.Neuberger@state.mn.us)
Webpage: https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/hsem/epcra/Pages/default.aspx Exit
Special Instructions: The SARA Title III Information Packet including information on state related fees and other information can be obtained from our website at:
Minnesota accepts Tier Two data electronically using the Tier II Manager software only. Minnesota will accept hard copy submissions using the Minnesota state-specific form only.
Mississippi Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Mississippi Emergency Management
Special Instructions: The State Emergency Response Commission now requires the use of the web-based program E-Plan for all Tier II submittals. Please see the Mississippi Emergency Management website for details: http://www.msema.org/resources/library-forms/tier-two-instructions/ Exit
Missouri Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Missouri Emergency Response Commission
2302 Militia Drive
PO Box 3133
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone: 800-780-1014 or 573-526-9237
Contact: Mike Karris
Email: Mike Harris (Mike.Harris@sema.dps.mo.gov)
Webpage: https://apps1.mo.gov/merc Exit
Special Instructions: Submit all Tier II reports on the MISSOURI TIER TWO Electronic filing tool located at https://apps1.mo.gov/merc Exit
Montana Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Montana Department of Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 200901
1520 East 6th Avenue
Helena, MT 59620-0901
Contact: Mark Hall
Email: Mark Hall (email@example.com)
Webpage: http://deq.mt.gov/DEQAdmin/Emergency/EmergencyResponse Exit
Special Instructions: Montana uses E-Plan for accepting online submissions of Tier II chemical inventory information and any EPCRA notifications. Facilities must submit their Tier II report by logging into E-Plan's Online Tier II Reporting System website: https://tier2.erplan.net/onlinefiling/filingLogin.htm. Exit
Nebraska Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
1200 N Street, Suite 400
PO Box 98922
Lincoln, NE 68509
Contact: Sam Capps
Email: Sam Capps (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Webpage: http://deq.ne.gov/NDEQProg.nsf/OnWeb/NEPCRA Exit
Nevada Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Nevada State Fire Marshal and State Emergency Response Commission
107 Jacobsen Way
Carson City, NV 89711
Special Instructions: Nevada has implemented the "Nevada Online Hazardous Materials Reporting System" for State Fire Marshal permitting and EPCRA reporting. The system and instructions are accessed through the State Fire Marshal's website at http://fire.nv.gov/. Exit The direct web address to the system is http://fire.nv.gov/bureaus/FPL/Hazmat/. Additional information can be found at https://ndep.nv.gov/land/waste/hazardous-waste-management/toxic-release-inventory-reporting.Exit
New Hampshire Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration:
NH Department of Safety - Division of Fire Safety
State Fire Marshal's Office
33 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03305
Contact: James Stone
Phone: (603) 223-4318
The State of New Hampshire will only accept electronic submissions via the NH Tier II portal. Additional information and instructions for submission through the portal can be found at https://nh.tieriiportal.aristatek.comExit. Additionally, Tier II submissions are required to be submitted to LEPCs and Local Fire Departments.
New Jersey Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
Webpage: https://www.nj.gov/dep/enforcement/opppc/crtk/figdoc.htm Exit
Special Instructions: New Jersey only accepts electronic submissions via the eCRTK Survey. Additional information on submitting through eCRTK can be found at https://www.nj.gov/dep/enforcement/opppc/crtk/crtkguidance.pdfExit.
New Mexico Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
State Emergency Response Commission
Hazardous Materials Program
P.O. Box 27111 (Mail)
13 Bataan Blvd. (FEDEX/UPS)
Santa Fe, NM 87502
Email: Julie Jolly (email@example.com)
Webpage: https://www.nmdhsem.org/hazmat-program/tier-2/ Exit
Special Instructions: New Mexico requires facilities to use Tier2 Submit. Facilities must then send in submissions on CD. For more information, please see: https://www.nmdhsem.org/hazmat-program/tier-2/ Exit A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
New York Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: New York State Emergency Response Commission
C/O The New York State Emergency Management Office
1220 Washington Avenue, Building 22, Suite 101
Albany, New York 12226-2251
Webpage: http://www.dhses.ny.gov/planning/serc/tier-2.cfm Exit
Special Instructions: New York State is strongly encouraging facilities to use E-Plan as the basic Tier II reporting methodology. By using E-Plan, those required to report will satisfy the Tier II submission to the State. The decision to accept online reporting to LEPCs and fire departments has been left up to each individual jurisdiction. Please review the reporting guidance material at the website link above. Please contact the Planning Section at 518-292-2302 for more information.
North Carolina Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: North Carolina Division of Emergency Management
4236 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-4236
Special Instructions: North Carolina only accepts Tier II information submitted through E-Plan. See the website above for more details.
North Dakota Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: North Dakota Division of Homeland Security
North Dakota Department of Emergency Services
Division of Homeland Security
Hazardous Chemicals Preparedness & Response Program Coordinator
P.O. Box 5511
Bismarck, ND 58506-5511
Hazardous Chemical Officer
Email: Jeff Thompson(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hazardous Chemical Coordinator
Email: Randy Jacobson(email@example.com)
Webpage: https://www.nd.gov/DES/planning/haz-chem/default.asp Exit
Additional information can be found at https://www.des.nd.gov/sites/www/files/documents/docs/HLS-RSPNS-HAZ-Tier_ii_Reminder_Letter_Notification_1_Emailed.pdf.
Ohio Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
Email: Jeffrey Beattie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Webpage: https://epa.ohio.gov/dapc/serc Exit
Special Instructions: Ohio is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit. Additional Information can be found at https://epa.ohio.gov/Portals/27/serc/SERC_Tier2_Reporting.pdf. Exit
Oklahoma Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality
DEQ Customer Service
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
or FedEx to:
707 N. Robinson
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
Email: Tom Bergman (email@example.com)
Webpage: https://www.deq.ok.gov/land-protection-division/chemical-reporting-and-preparedness/tier-ii/tier-ii-reporting/ Exit
Special Instructions: Oklahoma is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Oklahoma DEQ accepts electronic Tier2 Submissions via a specialized internet collection utility. Please visit https://www.deq.ok.gov/land-protection-division/chemical-reporting-and-preparedness/tier-ii/ Exit for more information.
Oregon Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Hazard Substances Information Survey
Oregon State Police; Office of State Fire Marshal
3565 Trelstad Ave SE
Salem OR 97317-9614
Information Request Line
Phone: 503-378-6835; Fax 503-373-1825
Hazardous Substance Information Hotline
Phone: 503-378-6835 or 1-800-454-6125
Webpage: https://www.oregon.gov/osp/programs/sfm/Pages/CR2K-Registration.aspx Exit
Pennsylvania Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Department of Labor and Industry
651 Boas Street/Room 1600
Harrisburg, PA 17121-0750
Phone: 717-783-2071, Option 0
Contact: Lara J. Hege
Email: Lara Hege (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Webpage: https://www.dli.pa.gov/Individuals/Labor-Management-Relations/bois/tier-ii/Pages/Tier-II-(PATTS)-System.asp Exit
Special Instructions: Tier2 Submit is not an accepted method for Tier II reporting in Pennsylvania. Facilities are strongly encouraged to use the commonwealth’s electronic reporting system, PATTS. Exit
Puerto Rico Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Puerto Rico State Emergency Response Commission (PR SERC)
PR Environmental Quality Board
PO Box 11488
San Juan PR 00910-1488
Phone: 787-767-8181 ext. 3231
Submissions are required for these entities:
- Puerto Rico SERC
- Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)
- Local Fire Department
Puerto Rico SERC is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically.
A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Puerto Rico SERC will not accept e-mail submissions. You must mail a 3.5 diskette or CD with one zipfile submission to PR SERC address with a company cover letter and label on the diskette or CD.
Puerto Rico does not collect fees for filing Tier2 forms.
For LEPC and Local Fire Department submissions, you must send a print copy of the Tier2 Submit report.
Rhode Island Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management
Office of Emergency Response
235 Promenade Street
Providence, RI 02908-5767
Phone: 401-222-1360 x 7128
Webpage: http://www.dem.ri.gov/programs/emergencyresponse/epcra.php Exit
Special Instructions: Rhode Island requires facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically by email at: DEM.TIER2@dem.ri.gov. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
South Carolina Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: DHEC
SCSERC EPCRA Reporting Point
2600 Bull St.
Columbia SC, 29201
Webpage: http://www.scdhec.gov/Environment/AirQuality/ComplianceandReporting/TierII/Forms_Lists_Instructions/ Exit
Special Instructions: South Carolina is requiring all facilities to use E-Plan to submit Tier II reports.
South Dakota Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: South Dakota Dept. Environment and Natural Resources
Joe Foss Building
523 E Capitol
Pierre, SD 57501
Contact: Kelsey Newling
Email: Kelsey Newling (Kelsey.Newling@state.sd.us)
Webpage: http://denr.sd.gov/des/gw/SARATitleIII/Sara_Title_III.aspx Exit
Special Instructions: South Dakota accepts either paper (hardcopy) submittals or submittals performed using the South Dakota online Tier II reporting website (https://denr.sd.gov/des/gw/SARATitleIII/Sara_Title_III.aspx).Exit
Reporting facilities are reminded Tier II reports must also be filed with the local Fire Department and Local Emergency Planning Committee.
Tennessee Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Tennessee Emergency Response Commission
3041 Sidco Dr.
Nashville, TN 37204
Phone: 615-253-3157 or 615-741-0001
Special Instructions: As of September 1st, 2014, the State of Tennessee requires all facilities operating in Tennessee to electronically file Tier II reports using E-Plan.
Facilities are required to provide Tier II information to the following entities:
- SERC. Electronic submission of the Tier II report with E-Plan. A paper copy is not required.
- LEPC in the county the facility is located. Contact the appropriate LEPC to confirm whether they require a paper copy of the Tier II report. A paper copy of the electronic submission can be printed from E-Plan and supplied to the LEPC.
- Local fire department in the county the facility is located. Contact the appropriate fire department to confirm whether they require a copy of the Tier II report. A paper copy of the electronic submission can be printed from E-Plan and supplied to the fire department.
E-Plan charges $25.00 per facility to submit a Tier II report. The charge is paid directly to E-Plan. The state has no additional charges. Tier II reports are due by March 1st of each year.
E-Plan Link and Technical Support: https://erplan.net/eplan/home.htm.Exit Use Online Tier2 eSubmit section for Tier II submitters, facility managers, and business owners
For questions or assistance, call 615-253-3157 or 615-741-0001. Email: EPCRA.TEMA@tn.gov.
Texas Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Tier II Chemical Reporting Program
Phone: 512-239-5060 or 1-800-452-2791 (toll-free within the state of Texas)
Webpage: https://www.tceq.texas.gov/permitting/tier2/ Exit
Special Instructions: All Tier II reports will need to be submitted using this system. See the comprehensive User Guide Exit for guidance on all steps. All customers submitting a Tier II report will be required to use a valid customer number (CN), regulated entity number (RN), and TXT2 number.Exit The Tier II Reporting Program will no longer be able to accept paper Core Data Forms (TCEQ-10400). For more information on reporting and fees, please see: https://www.tceq.texas.gov/permitting/tier2/.Exit
Utah Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Utah Division of Environmental Response and Remediation
195 North 1950 West
Attn: EPCRA Coordinator
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Special Instructions: The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) is tasked by state statute to manage EPCRA data for the Utah State Emergency Response Commission (SERC). UDEQ requires that each facility use EPA's Tier 2 Submit software for the current reporting year. UDEQ will accept Tier2 Submit electronic file submissions via direct internet form submission at https://deq.utah.gov/environmental-response-and-remediation/cercla-comprehensive-environmental-response-compensation-and-liability-act/tier-2-chemical-inventory-programExit. When using the Tier2 Submit application, UDEQ requires that each facility enter its unique Utah Tier 2 State ID. The State ID format has been updated from a 4-digit ID to an 8-character ID. This 8-character ID will consist of six digits preceded by “UT”. All users who have previously been assigned a 4-digit ID will still use that assigned number, preceded by “UT00”. For Example, if your 4-digit ID number was originally 1234, your new ID will be “UT001234”. (A facility submitting Tier 2 for the first time should contact UDEQ to be assigned a State ID number). See Utah’s Tier 2 Guidance Document: https://deq.utah.gov/environmental-response-and-remediation/tier-2-chemical-inventory-programExit
A new version of the EPA Tier2 Submit is created in November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Currently, there are no State Fees for Tier 2 Filing.
Vermont Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Tier II Compliance Program
Division of Fire Safety
Attn: Chief Patrick McLaughlin
1311 U.S. Route 302 - Suite 600
Barre, VT 05641
Email: Patrick McLaughlin (Patrick.McLaughlin@vermont.gov)
Webpage: https://vem.vermont.gov/programs/epcra Exit
Special Instructions: Vermont is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Please send in your electronic submission on diskette or CD to the address above with the reporting fees. See: https://vem.vermont.gov/programs/epcra Exit for complete details.
Virgin Islands Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: VI Department of Planning and Natural Resources
Special Instructions: Also report to the VI Fire Department. Special Instructions: VI Department of Planning and Natural Resources accepts both paper and electronic Tier II report, but electronic files are preferred. Also report to the VI Fire Department. EPA's Tier II forms are located at https://19january2021snapshot.epa.gov/epcra/tier-ii-forms-and-instructions. Call 340-773-8050 for the appropriate contact person.Exit
Virginia Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
VA DEQ SARA Title III Program
1111 East Main St., Suite 1400
Richmond, VA 23219
Post Office Box:
P.O Box 1105
Richmond, VA 23218
Webpage: https://www.deq.virginia.gov/air/air-quality-planning/superfund-amendments-and-reauthorization-act-sara/community-right-to-know Exit
Special Instructions: Virginia is requesting facilities to use Tier2 Submit and submit electronically. A new version of Tier2 Submit is created around November of each year. Download the latest version of Tier2 Submit.
Washington Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Community Right-to-Know Unit
PO Box 47659
Olympia, WA 98504-7659
Webpage: https://ecology.wa.gov/Regulations-Permits/Reporting-requirements/Emergency-Planning-Community-Right-to-Know-Act/Tier-Two-reporting-requirements Exit
Special Instructions: The Washington State Department of Ecology manages EPCRA reports and tracks businesses compliance on behalf of the Washington SERC. The SERC requires actual maximum and average pounds stored. Remember to include to the Washington State Community Right-to-Know number on all reports.
Tier Two reporters should use Washington’s online reporting application, Tier Two Online Exit. It allows reporters to access previously submitted data, to immediately submit reports to the SERC upon completion, and print completed forms for their records and for submittal to local agencies. For technical support, contact TierTwoOnline@ecy.wa.gov.
Note: Washington State does not accept the federal Tier2 Submit.
For 311 submissions, the SERC prefers a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) (previously MSDS) list in lieu of copies of each SDS. This form is available on Ecology’s EPRCA website Exit. Check with your Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) for their requirements.
West Virginia Tier II Reporting Requirements
TIER II Administration: West Virginia Division of Homeland Security
WV Division of Emergency Management
2403 Fairlawn Avenue
Dunbar, WV 25064
Phone: 304-957-8367 (Office)
Lisa A. Paxton, WV SERC Manager / SARA Title III Project Manager
Email: Lisa Paxton (email@example.com)
Special Instructions: The WVSERC has implemented mandatory electronic filing using Tier II Manager.
Reporting link: https://westvirginia.hazconnect.com/Account/Login.aspxExit
Wisconsin Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Wisconsin Emergency Management EPCRA Program
Attn: Facility Reporting Section
P.O. Box 7865
Madison, WI 53707-7865
Special Instructions: Wisconsin accepts Tier Two data and other reporting requirements electronically using our WHOPRS website only: https://whoprs.wisconsin.gov/Account/Login.aspx. Wisconsin will accept hard copy submissions using Wisconsin state-specific forms only which can be found here: https://dma.wi.gov/DMA/wem/preparedness/epcra/forms-resources Exit
Wyoming Tier II Reporting Requirements
Tier II Administration: Wyoming Office Homeland Security
5500 Bishop Blvd
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Webpage: http://wyohomelandsecurity.state.wy.us/serc.aspx Exit
Special Instructions: Wyoming requires facilities to use the new online reporting portal. In addition, Wyoming now requires that the company name for Tier II reporters needs to be assigned to ALL of the stations/facilities they own and file reports on. Use the website link above to access the system. Any questions may be directed to Mr. Rick Lopez (firstname.lastname@example.org), telephone: 307-777-4906.