All RCRA Large Quantity Generators (>1000 Kg / Mo) and permitted Treater, Storer, or Disposer (TSD) facilities must complete the 2010 Annual Hazardous Waste Report according to LAC 33:V. Small Quantity Generators and Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators are not required to file the Annual Hazardous Waste Report in accordance with LAC 33:V Chapters 1, 11, 15, 17-21, 23-29, and 31-33, 35, 37.
The "2012 ANNUAL HAZARDOUS WASTE REPORT INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMS BOOKLET" provides important information to aid in the completion of the report. If you choose to report via hard-copy, the "2012 ANNUAL HAZARDOUS WASTE INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMS BOOKLET" contains the forms that are needed to complete your report.
The 2012 Annual Hazardous Waste Report Instructions and Forms Booklet contains no changes from the 2011 report.
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) encourages the use of the electronic reporting software to complete your report. Electronic reporters may use the "BRSTATE SOFTWARE" to submit the 2012 Annual Hazardous Waste Report. The "BRSTATE SOFTWARE" was developed by the State of Florida and is offered as public domain freeware. The electronic reporting software should be installed on a PC running WIN95/98/Me/2000/NT/XP/Windows 7/Windows Vista in order to electronically report hazardous waste management for 2012. After installation, please consult the online instructions for help and details on how to use the program. The updated version of the software must be downloaded for completion of the 2012 Annual Hazardous Waste Report.
"CLICK HERE" to download and install the "BRSTATE SOFTWARE" following online instructions provided to guide you through the download. Included separately from the "BRSTATE SOFTWARE" is the "END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT" (EULA) document that should be read prior to installation and use of the software.
Workshops provide an excellent opportunity for representatives from LDEQ to address any questions or concerns that you may have regarding completion of the Annual Hazardous Waste Reports. Topics discussed at the workshop will include changes to the 2012 report, reporting forms, and use of the electronic reporting software. The "Workshop Schedule" lists the dates and times that the workshops will be held. The 2011 Annual Hazardous Waste Report must be received by LDEQ on or before March 1, 2013 in order to meet the regulatory reporting deadline. The Workshop Powerpoint presentation may be of assistance in filling out your report.
Please remember that the report encompasses all of your hazardous waste activity for 2012. Do not exclude any 2012 hazardous waste activities by submitting your report early. Your report should not be submitted until after January 1, 2013. The 2012 reporting year is a state reporting year. Reports should be submitted to Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) where the information will be collected and compiled.
For help with questions regarding the 2012 Annual Hazardous Waste Report, please visit the LDEQ website or contact the staff directly using the information provided below.