What is an EPA ID number?
What is an EPA ID Number? This number, issued either by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA ID Number), or by DTSC (California ID Number), identifies each handler of haz- ardous waste on hazardous waste manifests and other paperwork.
What is the SEMS database?
The SEMS Search allows you to retrieve Superfund data from the Superfund Enterprise Management System (SEMS) database in Envirofacts. Specify a facility by using any combination of facility name and geographic location. Additional Superfund Site information may be obtained through EPA’s Superfund search page.
What is the SEMS archive?
The Superfund Enterprise Management System (SEMS) Archived Site Inventory displays site and location information at sites archived from SEMS. An archived site is one at which EPA has determined that assessment has been completed and no further remedial action is planned under the Superfund program at this time.
Do EPA ID numbers expire?
In most cases, EPA ID numbers are both permanent (unless you’ve been given a provisional number for an emergency or singular clean-up operation) and specific to a site (unless you are a transporter).
What is a Cerclis site?
Active Sites: Active CERCLIS sites are sites at which site assessment, removal, remedial, enforcement, cost recovery, or oversight activities are being planned or conducted under the Superfund program.
What is a Nfrap site?
I • •; « • NFRAP Sites NFRAP sites may be sites where, following an initial investigation, no contamination was found, contamination was removed quickly without the need for the site to be placed on the National Priorities List, or the contamination was not serious enough to require Federal Superfund action.
How do I reactivate my EPA number?
To reactivate your permanent federal EPA ID number you may do so in one of the following ways:
- Through the electronic Verification Questionnaire (eVQ) System.
- By completing and submitting the U.S. EPA Form 8700-12 – RCRA Subtitle C Site Identification Form. You may submit the form electronically or by mail.
How do I search the Envirofacts database?
Search the Envirofacts database using any combination of the following criteria: facility name, geography, facility industrial classification, or pollutant. A search returns a list of facilities that match the criteria entered.
What is the US EPA multi system search form?
US EPA. The Multisystem Search Form allows you to search multiple environmental databases for facility information, including toxic chemical releases, water discharge permit compliance, hazardous waste handling processes, Superfund status, and air emission estimates.
What is Envirofacts multisystem search?
Envirofacts The Multisystem Search Form allows you to search multiple environmental databases for facility information, including toxic chemical releases, water discharge permit compliance, hazardous waste handling processes, Superfund status, and air emission estimates.
Where can I find the Toxics Release Inventory?
The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Search retrieves data from the TRI database in Envirofacts. TRI Search allows access to basic facility information, all forms submitted to EPA since 1987, aggregate chemical release data for all years reported, and relative risk information.