How do I find my California EPA number?

How do I find my California EPA number?

Q: How can I find an EPA ID number? A: Check any EPA ID number by going to the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) website. Search on the ID number to view the facility and manifest information or search for your business name or site address, and that report will show if you have an ID number.

What is an EPA identification number?

A hazardous waste EPA ID number is issued by either the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ( federal EPA ID numbers) or by DTSC (California State EPA ID numbers). The EPA ID number identifies each handler of hazardous waste on hazardous waste manifests and other paperwork.

Is my EPA ID number active?

Your EPA ID number does not automatically inactivate when your business closes. If you did not officially inactivate your EPA ID number with DTSC, then it is still active.

How do I activate my EPA number?

To reactivate your permanent federal EPA ID number you may do so in one of the following ways:

  1. Through the electronic Verification Questionnaire (eVQ) System.
  2. 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.

What prefix identifies a provisional ID number?

CAC – State provisional or emergency number.

How do I get hazardous waste ID?

You can register Online for a Hazardous Waste Generator ID at The Requirements of Hazardous Waste Generator ID Registration Include: Mass Balance of Manufacturing Process. Description of existing waste management plan.

Which classifications of hazardous waste generators require an EPA ID number?

If you generate more than 100 kilograms of RCRA waste per month or more than 1 kilogram of RCRA acutely hazardous waste per month, then you must get a U.S. EPA ID Number.

How do I get a hazardous waste ID?

Requirements for Hazardous Waste TSD Facility

  1. Official Letter of Request.
  2. Duly notarized affidavit attesting to the truth, accuracy and genuineness of all information, documents and records contained and attached in the application.
  3. Accomplished Registration Form for HW TSD Facility (Form B ver.2018)

What types of positions are available at the Department of Toxic Substance Control?

To achieve its mandates, DTSC has over 1,000 positions which include attorneys, chemists, criminal investigators, engineers, geologists, scientists, toxicologists, and administrative staff.

Is RCRA ID same as EPA ID?

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) program tracks the generation and management of hazardous waste for a physical location. A Handler ID Number (also known as EPA ID Number) is assigned to a physical location NOT a company or business.

How do I get a hazardous waste ID online?