September 18, 2023

E-manifest Information Goes Public

E-manifest waste shipment data is available to the public and easily accessible via RCRAInfo Web. To view the data, users can navigate to the webpage, click on the e-manifest link, and then access the Sites List on the right side of the page. Users can search for shipment data on the Sites List page by facility name, EPA ID number, state, address, and customizable date ranges.

The information submitted to the e-manifest system is made available to the public 90 days after receipt at the receiving facility and includes:

Webinars and fees

Until March 2023, EPA hosted monthly e-manifest system webinars discussing system development, functionality, adoption, and usage. These webinars have now been moved to a quarterly schedule, the next of which will be held September 27, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time. Also, the e-manifest user fees will be adjusted for fiscal years 2024 and 2025 (October 1, 2023 through September 30, 2025). The new fees are $22 for scanned image upload, $10 for data and image upload, and $6 for fully electronic/hybrid submissions.

 


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