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Environmental Reporting Requirements in Pennsylvania

This 1-day course provides an overview of the environmental reporting fundamentals and requirements during a typical calendar year for the state in which the course is being presented. The course addresses major environmental reports required during a calendar year through the implementation of practical work exercises that cover program applicability through completion of required forms. A discussion of best practices, or compliance techniques, is also provided. Attendees learn to:

  • Prepare standard federal/state reports including Tier II, Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), annual air emissions inventory, Title V Annual Compliance Certification and Semiannual Monitoring Reports
  • Prepare incident and other site-specific reports including spill or release reports, excess air emissions, deviation, and SSM reports, ERMS & NOX budget reports, and more
  • Apply best practice compliance techniques to reporting tasks
  • CEUs:

    Course topics
    • Federal and State Agencies Overview
    • Tier II Reporting
    • Pennsylvania Residual Waste Reporting
    • Hazardous Waste Reporting
    • Annual Emissions Statement
    • Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting
    • Accidental Release Reporting
    • Title V Compliance Reporting
    • Water Discharge Reporting
    • Greenhouse Gas Reporting under EPA’s Mandatory Reporting Rule
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    Dec 02 - 03, 2020 -- Online
    Day 1 : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST/EDT
    Day 2 : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST/EDT


    What others are saying about this course
    • I got exactly what I wanted out of the course. I thought the level of detail was good. The exercises were helpful in demonstrating all the nuances and interpretation that go into environmental reporting.
    • The course materials will be a helpful reference in the future.
    • This is just before reporting season as a whole opens up. Also loved the ability to see what other reporting requirements are from different sides of environmental that I personally haven't had experience in.