This site explains EPA's Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Regulation (CROMERR). This regulation sets performance-based, technology-neutral standards for systems that states, tribes, and local governments use to receive electronic reports from facilities they regulate under EPA-authorized programs, and requires program modifications or revisions to incorporate electronic reporting. CROMERR also addresses electronic reporting directly to EPA. For more information please visit the About CROMERR Web page.
CROMERR Application Status for States
Follow this link for a map and table summarizing the status of different states' overall compliance with CROMERR.
Applications submitted using the 40 CFR Part 3 approval process must be sent to:
Andrew Battin, Director, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Environmental Information, Office of Information Collection, at one of the following addresses:
- For U.S. Postal Service deliveries to 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W. Mail Code: 2821T Washington, DC 20460; or
- For overnight courier/mail deliveries to 1301 Constitution Avenue, N.W. 6th Floor, #6130, Washington, DC 20004,
- Phone: (202) 566-1630.
Also, please submit electronic courtesy copies to: TRC@epa.gov; email@example.com; and firstname.lastname@example.org
Federal Register Notices - CROMERR Federal Register Notice documents
Fact Sheets - Information about how CROMERR affects agencies, submission reports and EPA offices in headquarters and Regions
Tools for States, Tribes, and Local Governments - Information about approval of program modifications, system requirements, definitions and answers to FAQs
Tools for EPA Programs - Tools and templates to document system conformance and satisfy additional application requirements
Checklists from EPA-Approved Applications - Examples of EPA-approved application checklists which describe how the electronic document receiving system meets the applicable §3.2000 CROMERR requirements, and the application documents which provide an overview of the systems and the electronic submissions received by the systems.