Municipal Powers and Duties, Reporting, Hazardous Materials. This statute requires the use of the Alaska Tier II form in place of the EPA Tier II form (online only for 2017 report year). It also identifies substances covered that are in addition to federal substances identified in the Environmental Protection Agency.
Consolidated List of Chemicals Subject to EPCRA
Environmental Protection Agency Tier II Chemical Inventory Form Instructions
Alaska Supplement to EPA Tier II Chemical Inventory Form Instructions
If you experience difficulty accessing this information, please contact the Alaska Tier Two Database Administrator, Kevin Reeve at 907-428-7019.
Q: When are Tier II reports due?
Q: Can I file the Federal Tier II form or does the State have its own?
Q: Where can I get a copy of the Alaska Tier II Form?
Q: What chemicals are subject to the EPCRA?
Q: Who do I contact if I have questions about the reporting requirements?
Q: To whom do I send my Tier II Reports?
Q: What are the requirements for the Municipality of Anchorage?
Q: What are EPA’s new reporting requirements for physical and health hazards?
A: Tier II reporting in 2018 will comply with the updated physical and health hazards as defined in the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200, which EPA adopted in a Federal Register notice on June 13, 2016 (81 FR 38104). A correction was also posted in the Federal Register on July 22, 2016 (81 FR 47311). Refer to the EPA fact sheet for additional information
Q: Do I have to include a site plan with my Tier II report?
A: Yes. In October 2018 the SERC voted to require the submission of site maps with Tier II reports. These reports let first responders know where chemicals of concern are before they arrive on scene. This protects their safety and the safety of the community.
Q: Will the public have access to site plans if they submit a public information request?
A: No. Alaska state policy does not allow sharing site plans with the public.
Q: Do site plans need to be professional engineering or architectural drawings?
A: No. You may submit engineering or architectural drawings if you have them, but we will accept hand drawn maps, Google Earth snapshots with a legend describing where chemicals are located, and other clear representations of the locations of chemicals at your facility.
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