US EPA's Biennial Report Data Collection


Large quantity hazardous waste generating facilities (facilities that generate greater than 1,000 kilograms per month) and hazardous waste treatment, storage and/or disposal facilities (TSDFs) complete the Biennial Report to inform the public, the states, and US EPA of their waste generation and management activities. In addition to supplying information for compliance purposes (e.g., to demonstrate the quantity of hazardous waste generated by a particular facility) the Biennial Report helps US EPA and the states to analyze their regulatory programs and assists them in making hazardous waste treatment and disposal capacity determinations. US EPA compiles the data obtained into national reports that contain information on hazardous waste management. For example, the published reports contain statistical information on quantities of hazardous waste generated, which facilities are generating what types of wastes, and management practices.

The next reporting year will be for wastes generated in 2021. DEP will be emailing letters to hazardous waste facilities in January 2022 requesting data for 2021. DEP is planning will continue using the EPA Biennial Reporting System.


  • EPA: Biennial Report Summary

    The Biennial Report Summary provides the number of hazardous waste generators, managers, shippers, and receivers and the total quantity of hazardous waste generated, managed, shipped and received for each of the 58 US States and Territories, as well as Regional or National totals, for the reporting year specified (1991 to present).

  • How to Get Started

    How to get started using the US EPA RCRAINFO Industry Application.

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Marjorie Skeens, Environmental Resources Specialist 3
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection
Division of Water and Waste Management
601 57th St. SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Phone: (304) 926-0499 x43835