ST. CROIX COUNTY, WI
COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW ABOUT
Federal Law P.L. 99-499 was enacted in October 1986 by the U.S. Congress to protect and inform all citizens of the existence of hazardous chemicals that may be manufactured, stored, distributed or used in a community.
P.L. 99-499 is the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986, Title III of the "Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986" (SARA).
Information about these hazardous chemicals and locations within St. Croix County is available for public review between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the St. Croix County Government Center. Please call in advance for an appointment at (715) 386-4751.
The following information is available:
1. Lists of facilities reporting
2. Material Safety Data Sheet (s)
3. Inventory form(s) of chemicals
4. Emergency response plan(s)
5. Follow-up emergency notices from facilities (if any are filed)
Telephone inquiries as to specific information contained in the files will not be accepted.
Copies of documents may be made at the expense of the requestor and at the rate of .25 cents per page with a minimum of $1.00.
Please understand that information available is limited to compliance with P.L. 99-499 and does not include all chemicals that may pose a threat to humans, animals or the environment.
If you have questions related to this notice or its application in St. Croix County, call St. Croix County Emergency Support Services at (715) 386-4751.
This legal notice is published to inform the general public and complies with Section 324 of P.L. 99-499. Emergency public notices will also be issued in the event an actual emergency occurs which requires public notification.
_____________________________________ (Pub. 09/12/19) WNAXLP