TRI Workshop

Under the TRI Program, industrial facilities are required to inventory the amount of select toxic chemicals that they manufacture, process, and otherwise use each year and to prepare TRI reports for toxic chemicals that trigger reporting. TRI reports are annual summaries of a plant’s air, water,and waste releases that are available to the public. Complying with the TRI program can require a large amount of effort and attention to detail. Even with years of TRI reporting experience, it is easy to make a mistake or fail to document critical assumptions. With EPA actively reviewing TRI data and using the data to guide their regulatory and enforcement priorities, there is never a better time to make sure your TRI is accurate and consistent with all of the available EPA guidance.

Do you correctly categorize metals versus metal compounds for TRI applicability and reporting purposes? Are you correctly applying the De minimis threshold when conducting you TRI applicability analysis? Do you correctly report TRI chemicals which are listed as ranges in the MSDS? To find answers to these questions and many others commonly faced by industry, please join Trinity for a workshop where we go beyond the “how-to” and focus instead on common errors associated with complying with the TRI program, including TRI reporting applicability, exemptions, threshold determinations, release calculations, and completing the Form R’s and Form A’s in TRIME-Web. Trinity will also discuss our experience with self-disclosure under the TRI program and the steps needed to revise historical TRI reports.

Cost includes a complimentary breakfast along with coffee and orange juice. 


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$59

Apr 06, 2017 -- Kansas City, MO
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Apr 07, 2017 -- Wichita, KS
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Apr 11, 2017 -- Lincoln, NE
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Apr 12, 2017 -- Omaha, NE
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Apr 18, 2017 -- Springfield, MO
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM