Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) Program
The Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) Program is certified by CalEPA to regulates businesses that store reportable quantities of hazardous materials or generate hazardous waste.
Placer County Environmental Health is the designated CUPA for all areas of the county, except within the City of Roseville. The Roseville Fire Department is the CUPA for the City of Roseville. Placer County CUPA implements, consolidates, and coordinates administrative activities such as permits, inspections, and enforcement for the following hazardous materials management programs:
If you have any questions or require assistance with Hazardous Materials compliance requirements, please contact us.
PUBLICLY AVAILABLE RECORDS
Hazardous Materials program related inspection and compliance records for regulated hazardous materials facilities are publicly available on CalEPA’s Regulated Site Portal: https://siteportal.calepa.ca.gov/nsite/map/help
Leaking Underground Storage Tank and other clean-up case records with the State Water Resources Control Board are publicly available on GeoTracker: https://geotracker.waterboards.ca.gov/search
Clean-up case records with the Department of Toxic Substance Control are publicly available on EnviroStor: https://www.envirostor.dtsc.ca.gov/public/search
Requests for additional Placer County records pertaining to a regulated facility can be made here: https://www.placer.ca.gov/2817/Public-Records-Request