Interested persons may also want to check the Hazmat links to investigate web sites by US EPA or CalEPA under their Superfund and Brownfield Programs. The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) has a searchable database for several programs including CalSites, Voluntary Compliance Program Properties, and the School Property Evaluation Program.
List of Identified Hazardous Waste and Substances Sites
CalEPA has amended its web site to provide links to data resources to search for sites belonging on the List of Identified Hazardous Waste and Substances Site ("Cortese List") pursuant by Government Code Section § 65962.5. When Government Code § 65962.5 was originally enacted in 1985, it required the State of California to prepare and update a list of sites from various state and local sources to be entitled the List of Identified Hazardous Waste and Substances Sites, commonly referred to as the "Cortese List" (named after the legislator who authored the bill enacting it). In accordance with provisions of Government Code Section § 65962.5, applicants for certain land development actions are required to consult the list and certify whether or not the project's property is on the list. Because most of these sources are now published electronically, those requesting a copy of the "Cortese List" are now referred directly to the appropriate information resources on the Internet at the web sites for those agencies referenced in the statute. For further information on the background and history of Government Code Section § 65962.5, see Background
, or go directly to the link at CalEPA's web site List of Identified Hazardous Waste Sites ("Cortese List") (CalEPA).
Pursuant to California Health & Safety Code 25185(d):
"Whenever information, including, but not limited to, documents, photographs, and sampling results, has been gathered pursuant to subdivision (a), the department or the local officer or agency shall comply with all procedures established pursuant to Section 25173 and shall notify the person whose facility was inspected prior to public disclosure of the information, and, upon request of that person, shall submit a copy of any information to that person for the purpose of determining whether trade secret information, as defined in Section 25173, or facility security would be revealed by the information. "Public disclosure," as used in this section, shall not include review of the information by a court of competent jurisdiction or an administrative law judge. That review may be conducted in camera at the discretion of the court or judge."
Civ. Code 3426.1 (d)
17 U.S.C. 101, 102(a) 8, 106, 107
Health & Safety Code 19851
Hazardous Materials CUPA Permit Data Listing
There is a listing of active and inactive CUPA permitted facilities located in San Bernardino County that provides the facility #, the name of the facility, address of facility, CUPA permits active and inactive for that facility, when the permit(s) expires, and facility mailing address. Please complete the form below and email to email@example.com. The current fee is $109.00 which may be paid by credit card. To pay by credit card, please call (909) 386-8401. Once payment and the form has been received, an Excel spreadsheet will be emailed to you within 10 business days.
The request form for the CUPA Permit Data Listing is below:
Permit Data Information
Hazardous Materials UST CERS Reports
There are 4 Underground Storage Tank reports that are available from the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) which we can provide to you. They include a Full Detail
Report, a UST Facility/Tank Data Report, a UST CME Data Report, and an HMRRP Report. Please complete the request form below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a fee of $109.00 which may be paid by credit card. Please call our office at (909) 386-8401 if you would like to pay by credit card. Once payment and form has been received, these reports will be emailed to you within 10 business days.
CERS Report Information