EPCRA - Tier Two Online Reporting
An easy, efficient way to submit Tier Two Reports! This online reporting application replaced our EPCRAMail application. Tier Two Online allows you to:
Also note that report forms sent to the local agencies must have an original signature on each report.
Quick tips for registered Tier Two Online users Find out how.
If you used Tier Two Online in past reporting years, the URL to get to SecureAccess Washington is https://secureaccess.wa.gov. Go to "My Secure Services" to find Tier Two Online.
Here's some tips:
At the Welcome Page:
Register For EPCRA Tier Two Online Reporting -
You can expect a confirmation email from a Community Right-to-Know Specialist within one business day.
Click "sign up" below. Complete the 6 part sign up sequence. Enter your information including user ID and email address. You will receive an email confirmation. Click on the link in the email. Returning users: If you already have a SecureAccess Washington account, click on "Add Service for Tier Two Online." Complete steps 3 and 4 below. A SecureAccess Washington account gives you access to a growing list of government services while ensuring your privacy. There will be a couple of email exchanges before you can access the Tier Two Online Reporting application. Please use your own contact information. There will be a field to enter the name of individual who will be signing the report in the application.
Login to SecureAccess Washington. Under “Add a New Service,” look for the Department of Ecology; then “Tier Two Online.” Click “Apply” in the left column. Your registration request will be sent to the Washington State Department of Ecology, representing the Washington State Emergency Response Commission. Approval may take one or more business days. You will receive an approval email. Click on the link in the approval email to log back in.
Login to SecureAccess Washington. Choose "My Secure Services", then "Tier Two Online". Users recommend the Quick Tips available above as a helpful tool.
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