- About Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) Planners
Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) Planners are environmental, safety, or process professionals who have passed a uniform certification exam developed by MassDEP and/or have demonstrated relevant education and experience.
- Directory of Toxics Use Reduction Planners, June 2014
Contains the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) Planners currently certified to sign Toxics Use Reduction Plans.
- TUR Planner Certification
Forms and instructions for being certified as a General or Limited Practice TUR Planner, and retaining certification through continuing education.
- Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) Planning Requirements
A Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) Plan is a document that provides both economic and technical evaluations of the toxics use reduction opportunities available to a company and identifies those methods, if any, that the company intends to implement.
- Complete List of TURA Chemicals - April 2015
Except for chemicals that have been de-listed by the Administrative Council On Toxics Use Reduction, TURA reporting and planning requirements apply to those toxic substances that are listed in Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA or "Superfund").
- Toxics & Hazards Policies & Guidance
TURA glossary and policies, guidance documents and checklists for specific types of facilities and operations.
- Toxics Use Reduction Planning Compliance Assistance Update
- Toxics Use Reduction Planners Association
Professional membership organization dedicated to maintaining a high standard of integrity and professional practice among TUR Planners.
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