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Toxics Release Inventory: Reporting & Compliance Issues for Multi-Facility Companies

Produced on April 16, 2019

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Course Information

Time 61 minutes
Difficulty Advanced

Course Description

Reporting under the federal Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) (42 U.S.C. ยง 11023) is complex and tedious, and requires significant knowledge and expertise to do correctly. Reporting accurately requires familiarity with thousands of pages of EPA guidance. For companies that have multiple reporting facilities, consistency and standardization are especially important.

This program, led by attorney Steve Barringer, will address some of the most important basic concepts of TRI reporting and compliance, and discuss strategies for improving the quality and consistency of TRI reporting across multiple facilities, and to prepare for EPA enforcement.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the most important basic concepts of TRI reporting and compliance
  2. Discuss strategies for improving the quality and consistency of TRI reporting across multiple facilities
  3. Address best practices for consistency and standardization
  4. Prepare companies for EPA enforcement

Credit Information

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Faculty

Steven Barringer

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Steven Barringer counsels clients on federal legislative, agency and regulatory strategy as well as other governmental relations matters. He focuses his environmental practice on solid and hazardous waste management and disposal, mercury use and disposal regulation, mining and public lands law, regulation of toxic substances, reporting requirements for toxic chemicals, and environmental remediation.