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  • Non-emergency inquiries should be directed to: (602) 273-1411
  • Media inquiries should be directed to: Julie Syrmopoulos
  • Emergency Information can be found at www.az211.gov or by dialing 2-1-1

Public Access and Availability of EPCRA Information
Under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), any person may obtain chemical information with respect to a specific facility by submitting a written request to the Commission or the Committee.

Arizona Emergency Response Commission
Executive Director
5636 E. McDowell Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
Telephone: (602) 231-6326

Maricopa County LEPC
Coordinator
5630 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
Telephone: (602) 273-1411

The requestor must provide the facility name and address and must also indicate the type of information being requested such as: Chemical Inventory, Material Safety Data Sheet, or Chemical Spill Information. The requestor must provide their name, address, organization and phone number. If the information is to be reproduced, the requestor must indicate if the information requested will be used for commercial or noncommercial purposes, as cost recovery fees apply and are calculated differently. The information can also be made available for inspection in the department’s office. The department, as administrative agency for the LEPC, must permit access to data within a reasonable amount of time after the request is made, so long as the access does not disrupt public business.

The intention of EPCRA is to increase the public's knowledge of and access to information about the presence of hazardous chemicals in their local communities, including chemical releases to the land, air, and water. Each emergency response plan, materials data sheet, chemical list, chemical inventory report, follow up emergency notice, or the LEPC emergency plan are all available for inspection and/or copying during normal business hours. A request to inspect and/or copy these EPCRA documents must be submitted in writing.

     

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