Tier 2 GRAMA Search
Attention all Tier 2 Users
Utah’s State ID format has been updated from a 4-digit ID to an 8-character ID. This 8-character ID will consist of six digits preceded by “UT”. All users who have previously been assigned a 4-digit ID will still use that assigned number, preceded by “UT00”. For example, if your original 4-digit ID number was 1234, your new ID will be “UT001234”. All users who are reporting for a new facility that hasn’t reported in the past can request a new State ID through the Tier 2 Online Submission Portal.
We converted to a new Tier 2 Online Submission Portal in January 2018. If you have not yet created an account in this new submission portal, follow these steps.
Utah requires electronic submission of Tier 2 data using EPA’s Tier 2 Submit software (this creates a t2s file that you’ll upload to DEQ’s portal. Read more about the portal below).
Paper submissions of Tier 2 information are being phased out and replaced with an electronic submission Tier 2 portal.
A User Account is required to upload data into the new Tier 2 portal. (See Introduction video or Step #1 in the Guidance Manual (2 MB) for help.)
Instructional Videos on Using the Tier 2 Submission Portal
- Guidance Manual for Using the Tier 2 Submission Portal (2 MB)
- Utah’s Tier 2 Submission Portal; Submittal Management System
This submission application verifies each facility location (e.g., latitude, longitude) during the file (.t2s) upload process.
Tier 2 Information
- EPCRA CERCLA Reporting Requirements (127 KB)
Training module of CERCLA and EPCRA Release Reporting Requirements.
- EPCRA Fact Sheet (225 KB)
The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986.
- Tier 2 Chemical Inventory Information via GRAMA Search Window
Search for a specific Tier 2 facility.
- Title III List-of-Lists (5 MB)
From the EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
- Utah LEPCs List
In order to find your local LEPC, please click the above link to the Utah Department of Public Safety. Click the gray box at the bottom of the page titled “Info for LEPCs” and follow the prompts