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EPCRA/Toxic Release Inventory
EPCRA/Toxic Release Inventory page
PHONE: (858) 307-1087


Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA) and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting is required for facilities required to maintain SDSs under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations for hazardous chemicals stored or used in the work place.  In order to comply, the Station provides site-specific information on hazardous chemicals and releases of toxic chemicals to federal, state and local emergency planning committees.


Comprehensive Environmental Training and Education (CETEP)

  • EPCRA/TRI Reporting: Webinar provided by CECOS

When developing the Station's Toxic Release Inventory report, the following practices are primary influences;

  • Aircraft refueling
  • Vehicle refueling
  • Hazardous waste disposal
  • Weapons firing

As part of our commitment, all projects, planning and POA&Ms are tracked, followed and resolved using the Marine Corps' latest online tracking system.

Semi annual hazardous waste and annual EMS audits will verify that all tenants use a hazardous material authorized use list (AUL), and that all HM used aboard MCAS Miramar is captured for Toxic Release Inventory data calculations.
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar-EMS