Everything You Need to Know About e-Manifest
On June 30th 2018, the Environmental Protection Agency will be implementing a new digital tracking system for all manifests tied to hazardous waste shipments across the US. This includes state regulated hazardous waste as well as federally regulated RCRA waste. The system is designed to centralize hazardous waste tracking information in one database that is accessible to everyone involved in the disposal process from generator to final disposal facility. The program will replace the current format by requiring that final disposal facilities upload manifest information to the e-manifest system.
Triumvirate Environmental is coordinating with disposal facilities and other transporters to ensure that the implementation of the new system is as seamless as possible. Triumvirate will continue to manage documentation of waste through updated paper manifests which meet the new system requirements and provide manifest information to EPA from our facilities. Third party facilities will also provide manifests to EPA and clients will be able to access their finalized manifest information through the EPA system.
From a client perspective there should be very little change. There will be submission fees charged by EPA for each manifest, and Triumvirate is working with our facility vendors to finalize the details on this cost change. Primarily, each generator, transporter, and facility should register with the e-manifest system through the EPA’s RCRAinfo website. Further information is included in Triumvirate and EPA FAQ links below.
September 12th e-Manifest Webinar Q&A Resource
How to Get Started
Sign up for RCRAInfo at https://rcrainfo.epa.gov/rcrainfoprod
Click here for documentation on how to register for e-Manifest.
EPA Stakeholder Factsheets for Generators, Brokers, Transporters, and Facilities
Read our FAQs
Click here to read the latest EPA March 2018 FAQs
Learn about e-manifest from the EPA
Sign up for EPA’s monthly e-manifest webinars
Contact Us to ask a question, provide feedback, or report a problem.