TRI Reporting Thresholds
The manufacturing threshold for MOST toxic chemicals is 25,000 lbs/year and includes:
– Intentional production
– Unintentional production
The processing threshold for MOST toxic chemicals is 25,000 lbs/year and includes:
– Use as a reactant
– Incorporation into a product
– Repackaging for distribution
– Sending off-site for recycle
The otherwise use threshold for MOST toxic chemicals is 10,000 lbs/year and includes:
– Use as a chemical processing aid (e.g. solvent)
– Use as a manufacturing aid (e.g. refrigerant)
While this is a brief overview of the TRI applicability criteria and reporting thresholds, many other details about the program are not addressed here. For example, specific chemicals that are known to have severe health effects are not subject to the reporting thresholds shown above, but rather have reduced reporting thresholds.
Davenport Engineering, Inc. has extensive experience in TRI reporting, working for numerous businesses within different industries. We are able to provide all of your TRI needs. Contact us today to learn more about the TRI program, or to discuss how Davenport Engineering can assist with your TRI reporting.