The Amador County Environmental Health Department is the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for Amador County and administers a consolidated hazardous materials program.
State wide hazardous materials programs were established by Senate Bill 1082 and enforced by the California EPA. This bill unified hazardous waste and hazardous materials management through the use of a regulatory program. This bill consolidated the following regulatory programs:
Hazardous Materials Business Plan
Hazardous Materials Petroleum Storage Underground Storage Tank Program
Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act Program
Hazardous Waste Generator and Onsite Hazardous Waste Treatment Programs
DTSC EPA ID# Questionnaire Information
In June 2011 the Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) mailed the 2011 Verification Questionnaire and Manifest Fees Assessments to approximately 125,000 permanent and temporary EPA ID Number holders. The Verification Questionnaire package was mailed to businesses with permanent EPA ID Numbers. These businesses must verify their facility information and pay the EPA ID Number verification fee and/or manifest fees, if any are owed. Businesses with temporary EPA ID Numbers are required to return the Manifest Fee Calculation Sheet, even if no fees are owed.... Click here to continue reading.