SARA Title III Spill-Release Reporting
Chemical releases in Michigan are potentially reportable under one or more of twenty-six different state and federal regulations. Determining which regulations apply to a specific release can be an overwhelming task. The "Release Notification Requirements in Michigan" table was compiled by EGLE's Office of Environmental Assistance to help owners and operators of facilities in Michigan, including vehicles and farms, determine their potential notification and reporting requirements in the event of a chemical release. Check your permits, licenses, registrations, pollution prevention plans, and local ordinances for additional release reporting requirements.
Report Environmental Emergencies:
Environmental Emergency - 24 hour Pollution Emergency Alert System (PEAS)
During daytime hours, you may also contact the appropriate district office directly.
- 40 CFR 302.4 - Designation of hazardous substances
- 40 CFR 302.6 - Notification Requirements
- 40 CFR 355 - Emergency Planning and Notification (SARA Title III)
- 49 CFR 172.101 - DOT Hazardous Materials Table for Transportation
- List of Lists, Consolidated List of Chemicals Subject to EPCRA and Clean Air Act 112(r)
- Part 201 Administrative Rules (Current Cleanup Criteria Requirements for Response Activity)
- Part 5 Rules of Part 31, Water Resources Protection
- Pollution Emergency Alerting System (PEAS) Information
- Property Owner or Operator Obligations Under Section 20107a of the Act
- Radiological Protection Notices and Guidelines
- Supervisor of Wells Instructions for Reporting Losses/Spills