Properly report a spill at a moment's notice with coverage of state and federal requirements including citations to key federal and state laws and regulations. This subscription is part of the Environment & Safety Resource Center.


The Spill Reporting Procedures Guide™ will help you recognize how, when, and where to report excess discharges of oil, hazardous wastes, gases, and other pollutants, and well as know when to file a written report and when and how to make verbal reports.

Get the complete list of EPA Reportable Quantities for Hazardous Substances with federal reporting procedures for each spill. Count on being on the cutting edge of emerging law and regulations, knowing you are receiving the most current information with regular web updates.

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Helpful Tools

Build an indispensable collection of addresses and phone numbers of key contacts, helpful descriptions and definitions, state jurisdictional maps and directories, sample forms, and instructions for filing reports and meeting deadlines. Instantly link to the full text of applicable reporting requirements and cross-references within the guide to deal quickly, accurately, and confidently with releases in air, land, and water.

Topics Covered

  • Excess air emissions reporting
  • Federal reportable quantities
  • Hazardous materials
  • Hazardous substances
  • Hazardous wastes
  • Oil
  • PCBs
  • SARA Title III
  • Spill reporting
  • State requirements (50 states plus D.C.)
  • Tank leaks
  • Toxic pollutants
  • Wastewater excursions



Analysis, guidance, and primary source material.

Formats and Frequency

Monthly web updates.

NOTE: Spill Reporting Procedures Guide™ is a component of Bloomberg Environment's  Environment and Safety Resource Center™. Your trial to the Guide includes access to the full Resource Center, allowing you to explore all areas of environment and safety regulation, case law, guidance, and more.