Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) Program
Environmental Health's Hazardous Materials Section inspects Hazardous Materials Facilities, Hazardous Waste Facilities, Undergound Storage Tank Facilities, Groundwater Monitoring Wells, Waste Tires, and Solid Waste.
Placer County's Environmental Health Division is the designated Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for all areas of the county except for the City of Roseville. The City of Roseville Fire Department is the CUPA for the City of Roseville. The Unified Program consolidates and coordinates administrative activities such as permits, inspections, and enforcement. CUPA Programs include the following:
Other Hazardous Materials Programs
- California Department of Health and Human Services
- California Air Resources Board
-California Division of Occupational Safety and Health
Forms and Links
Unified Program Consolidated Forms ("Business to CUPA" reporting) - Includes all required CUPA Program reporting forms
California Hazardous Material Spill /Release Guidance
Hazardous Material Applications, Forms, and Fees
Hazardous Materials Resources
Directions and Contact Information
We are located on the 2nd floor, in the Community Development Resources Agency Builiding, Suite 230. The building is on the corner of Richardson Dr. and Bell Rd, in the Dewitt Center. See Map for building location. Directions to our building are here.
For your convenience, we have fax directly in our department. Our fax number (530) 745 -2352.