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Environmental reporting deadlines
Annual hazardous waste generation report
Large Quantity Generators (LQG) and Small Quantity Generators (SQG) of hazardous waste must file this with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Due by March 1 annually.
Infectious waste annual report
Unless exempt under both NR 526.14(2) and NR 526.16(2), must be submitted to DNR by March 1 annually.
Emergency Planning Notification
Campuses meeting the applicability threshold must provide Emergency Planning Notification (Form DMA 1003) to Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) and the appropriate Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) within sixty (60) days after an Extremely Hazardous Substance is present at the facility at or above the Threshold Planning Quantity.
Tier II hazardous chemical inventory
Report and fee due to Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) by March 1 annually for campuses meeting the reporting thresholds.
Annual stormwater report
Due as specified in permit. DNR regulates municipal stormwater, and as part of that permit process, campuses can be included in the permit. Under terms of that permit, you may be required to submit an annual report.
Waste minimization report
Large Quantity Generators (LQG) of hazardous waste must put in their facility file by March 1 annually a report documenting the waste minimization efforts undertaken in the prior year.
PCB annual records and annual document log
Must be placed in facility file annually by July 1 for subject facilities. Applicable if your facility is " using or storing at any one time at least 45 kilograms (99.4 pounds) of PCBs contained in PCB Container(s), or one or more PCB Transformers, or 50 or more PCB Large High or Low Voltage Capacitors."
Toxic release inventory (TRI)
In Wisconsin , state agencies and campuses are not exempt from Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting. Campuses meeting the reporting threshold must file the "Form R" with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources by July 1 annually. Do NOT file with US EPA—this is a state requirement only.
This publication was prepared for environmental, health and safety staff at University of Wisconsin System campuses, to assist in finding resources and information for regulatory compliance. It is not intended to render legal advice.
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