Many states require facilities to submit Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and/or Site Plans with their annual Tier II report. The table below summarizes these requirements for each state that have been gathered by researching available regulations, state guidance documents, and conversations with regulatory agencies.
When available, the table also provides links to state guidance regarding site plan requirements.
|State||Requires SDSs*||Requires Site Plans|
|Alaska||No||Yes (see State FAQ)|
|California||No||Yes [see §25505(a)(2)]|
|Delaware||No||Yes (see page 33)|
|Hawaii||No||Yes [see §11-453-29(b)]|
|Illinois||Yes||Yes (see State Guidance)|
|Indiana||No||Yes (see State Guidance)|
|Pennsylvania||Yes||Yes (see State Guidance)|
|West Virginia||No||Yes (see State Guidance)|
|Wisconsin||No||Yes (see page 6)|
* The SDS requirement for states only applies to chemicals for which an SDS was never previously submitted. If an SDS has previously been submitted for a chemical in a previous report, then an additional submission is not required.
** Indicates states where there is no additional guidance publicly available, but where Encamp has written confirmation from the state regulatory body that a site plan is required.
***File Formats for T2M States: DE & PA- pdf or tif/ IL- jpg, bmp, or gif/ MN,WV,ND- Any type/ MI, OR- Recommends PDF/ KY,MD,MA,NV,WI- Doesn't specify. IN- (Image Files Only)bmp, png, jpeg, or jpg
****Ohio requires a site plan when the facility is new and after 3 years of using the same one.
Current as of December 2021