Manifests initiated June 30th and after are subject to the Hazardous Waste Electronic Manifest System (e-Manifest). This is our 3rd update on this topic. See additional articles: Update #1 and Update #2.
We have received many questions from our customers about the e-Manifest program. Most commonly, “Will you still return my completed manifest?” The answer is absolutely. Until we are positive that our customers are able to register and view completed manifests electronically, Heritage will continue to return your completed manifest in the manner you receive it now. In addition, you will continue to have access to your completed manifests in our EIS system.
The EPA will charge e-Manifest fees directly to the TSD facilities. These fees are associated with recovering EPA’s development expenses and maintaining EPA’s operating budget for the e-Manifest program. Heritage has and will continue to invest heavily in software and hardware development to ensure e-Manifest implementation is seamless to our customers. Heritage will apply a $15 fee per manifest to cover federal fees and our development and maintenance costs.
No actions are required on your part for the ‘paper to TSD’ manifest process Heritage will employ. However, e-Manifest registration is strongly recommended and does offer several benefits. In particular, registration will allow customers to view all manifest data as soon as it has been uploaded to EPA by Heritage.
Several states are not currently providing registration options; however, EPA has decided to allow participants in these states to register directly with EPA These states include:
We will provide you with an update again closer to the go live date, but remember that on June 30, 2018, nothing will change for you.
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