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L-R: Stephen J. Matzura, Errin T. McCaulley, Jr., and Scott A. Gould of McNees Wallace & Nurick. L-R: Stephen J. Matzura, Errin T. McCaulley, Jr. and Scott A. Gould of McNees Wallace & Nurick.

The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (42 U.S.C. Section 11001 et seq., EPCRA) may not be as famous as the Clean Water Act or Clean Air Act, but EPCRA affects a large number of industries across the United States. As a consequence, businesses of all types should be familiar with the various requirements imposed by EPCRA and the potentially costly consequences for failing to do so, such as enforcement actions by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and disruptions to your business’ operations. This article briefly summarizes EPCRA’s reporting requirements, exemptions and a recent EPA rulemaking with important implications for Pennsylvania agriculture.

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