Granville County LEPC
5662 Cornwall Road (PO Box 598)
Oxford, NC 27565
The LEPC meets quarterly and the meetings are open to the public. Contact Granville County Emergency Management for meeting information.
what is the lepc?
The LEPC is a local federally-mandated committee with representatives from different industries, government agencies, environmental groups, emergency response groups, and others governed by the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) and overseen by the local Emergency Management Department. The LEPC is an awareness group, not an enforcement group, that serves as the link between local government, industry, and the community to enhance hazardous materials preparedness.
what is a Tier II Report?
A Tier II Report is an annual inventory of stored chemicals that meet or exceed certain thresholds required under Section 312 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA). The purpose is to provide state and local officials, and the public with specific information on potential hazards.
How do I file my Tier II Report?
North Carolina only accepts Tier II information submitted through E-Plan, an electronic filing system with secure access.
Please notify Granville County LEPC via email to email@example.com once you have completed your reporting. This step is crucial to keeping the County’s records up-to-date.
Granville County Emergency Management cannot release any information listed in the Tier II system to external entities (to include FOIA requests). If you are looking for information on a Tier II facility in Granville County, you must contact the NCEM EPCRA coordinator at EPCRA@ncdps.gov