2019 Environmental Regulatory Reporting: Are You Ready?

February 4, 2019

With 2019 in full swing, many people have closed the chapter for 2018. But for most environmental teams, it's time to gather information and resources in preparation for annual regulatory reporting season.

If you're in the US or Canada, you may find yourself in the trenches right now preparing for Tier II, TRI (Toxic Release Inventory) or NPRI (National Pollutant Release Inventory). You may be saying to yourself, “I’ve done this before. I think I’m good for this round.” While that may be true for some, it’s best practice not to take the intricacies of these reports lightly (especially if your organization is required to file more than one of these!)

Tier II, TRI, and NPRI: What You Need to Know 

Not only do these regulations change from year to year, but Tier II can also change on a state-by-state basis for those who live in the US. The silver lining is there are common threads throughout these three regulations and their requirements that you can leverage to make your reporting process more efficient. 

Gaining a deeper understanding of these regulations, their reporting requirements and the common threads amongst all three enables you to fulfill your environmental obligations as an organization with less hurdles along the way. 

To help you get a handle on 2019 reporting season, environmental experts at Cority and SiteHawk have teamed up for a webinar to outline the changes to Tier II, TRI, and NPRI reporting requirements you need to know and reveal some best practices to improve your overall chemical data management.

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