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TURA Electronic Reporting Grows

Organization(s) Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Protection
Project Description The MA DEP reports that 15 percent of the Massachusetts companies subject to the Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) completed and submitted their 2003 reporting and planning forms electronically, using the Agency's eDEP online interface. A total of 109 TURA filers took advantage of Web-based reporting, more than quadrupling the previous year's electronic submissions.

The 2003 reporting year was the first when all reporting and planning forms could be filed online. In cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the state Office of Technical Assistance (OTA), DEP conducted four electronic filing training sessions across the state attended by some 250 TURA filers and planners.

More Info www.mass.gov/dep/bwp/dhm/tura
Project Contact
Name Walter Hope
Phone 617-292-5982
Project Keywords
Activity Keywords Training/workshops, Website updates
Newsletter Northeast Assistance & Pollution Prevention News - Vol. 14 No. 2, Fall 2004


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