Tier II Reporting

Crude oil, salt water, natural gas, and other common substances found or used at an Oil and Gas facility are defined as hazardous materials and are subject to Tier II reporting.







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Tier II reports provide emergency responders with the information needed about each facility location and the presence and type of hazardous materials at the facility.

Facilities covered by the Federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) requirements must submit an Emergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory Form (Tier I or II Form) to local emergency planning committees (LEPC), state emergency response commissions (SERC), and the local fire department. Some states have specific requirements in addition to the federal Tier II requirements.

Firefighters looking at oil tank battery fire.

Filing a Tier II report on your Oil and Gas facilities allows you to be in compliance with the EPA.  It also allows the respondents in an emergency at your facility to know where your facility is located and be aware beforehand of the hazardous materials that they will face when they get there. 

Flooded tank battery.

Call Littrell Industries, LLC today and let us help you file your Tier II reports.

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By the letter of the law, you could be fined up to $25,000 PER DAY for EACH violation (facility) that doesn’t have a Tier II report filed for it!

Oil and Gas facility owner/operators are required by the EPA to submit a Tier II form for each facility to the proper authorities annually.

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