Selected State HazMat Reporting

The influence of California’s HazMat Business Plan has swept across the U.S. to impact similar reporting regulations in other states, counties and cities.  Here is a list of selected states, counties, and cities that since caught hold of California’s precedent-setting regulations and carved up their own.  Additions to this list of selected cities are invited and appreciated, should there be a state, county, or city regulatory program that needs to be included here.  Please contact Vanguard Environmental with any additions, edits, or adjustments, as Vanguard is always interested in improving this site for informational purposes to U.S. Industry.

    • Arizona Hazardous Materials Management Program (HMMP);
      • Maricopa County’s HMMP, HazMat Inventory Statement (HMIS) and Hazardous Materials Permitting (HMP)
    • Colorado Hazardous Materials Management Program (HMMP);
    • Cities Requiring Hazardous Materials Reporting/Permitting
      • ARIZONA: Apache Junction, Chandler, Chino Valley, Goodyear, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Tucson…
      • ARKANSAS: Fort Smith, Little Rock…
      • COLORADO: Aurora, Colorado Springs, Denver…
      • MICHIGAN: Novi, Troy…
      • MINNESOTA: Blaine, Brooklyn Park…
      • MISSOURI: St. Joseph…
      • NEVADA: Henderson…
      • NORTH CAROLINA: Charlotte, Raleigh…
      • OHIO: Willowick…
      • OREGON: Eugene…
      • PENNSYLVANIA: Philadelphia…
      • TEXAS: Houston, McKinney, San Antonio…
      • UTAH: Salt Lake City, South Salt Lake City, West Valley City…
      • VIRGINA: Chesapeake, Richmond…
      • WASHINGTON: Bellevue, Bothell…
      • WYOMING: Rock Springs