Permit Fact Sheet
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) certifies Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) Planners. Once certified by MassDEP, TUR Planners may certify toxics use reduction plans for companies that are required to report under the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) and 310 CMR 50.00. TUR Planners may apply for General Practice (GP) certification or a Limited Practice (LP) certification. These instructions are for a GP certification. GP planners may certify plans for any facility.
- Complete the Certification or Recertification Application Form for a General Practice Toxics Use Reduction Planner (BWP - TU 01 & BWP - TU 03).
- Receive a Transmittal Number and fill out the Transmittal Form. The transmittal number allows the applicant to apply for a permit. The number should be placed in the upper right hand corner of the application.
- Make and keep a copy of the Application and the Transmittal Form for your records.
- Mail the original application, the appropriate fee, and the original Transmittal Form to MassDEP. Please Note: The application and fee are sent to two different addresses.