TURA Reporting: COVID-19
MassDEP TURA Reporting Timelines and Tools
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MassDEP will treat as timely any Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) Plan Summary or Report filed up to 90 days after the current State of Emergency is terminated.
Pursuant to Governor Baker’s Executive Orders regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, MassDEP has extended the reporting and planning deadline for submission of the TURA Plan Summary and Report. The new extended reporting and planning deadlines can be found on these MassDEP websites:
In addition, TUR Planner certifications and re-certifications that expire on or after March 10, 2020 are extended and shall remain valid until 90 days following the termination of the state of emergency. This MassDEP website provides information on the extension.
Additional MassDEP TURA Reporting Guidance
Changes for TURA Reporting Year 2019 (March 2020)
TURA eDEP Reporting Line-by-Line Tips (4/13/2020)
TURA Reporting Instructions (4/3/2019)
TURA Reporting Appendices (4/30/2020)
Complete List of TURA Chemicals (4/3/2019)
Toxics Use Reduction Planning & Plan Update Guidance (12/23/2019)
Resource Conservation (RC) Planning Guidance (1/21/2020)
Use the eDEP link for completing your online TURA report. For questions or information on TURA Program reporting or planning, please contact Lynn Cain.
Note that EPA Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) deadlines remain the same.