Frequently asked questions
Who is required to report?
When are reports due?
How do I create a report?
Where am I required to send reports and what should I include?
How much will I be charged?
Anderson County Tier II Fee Structure
Fees are based on volume of average daily storage per substance per location and whether or not the substance is categorized as Hazardous or Extremely Hazardous.
Up to 49,999 pounds = $20.00
Up to 99,999 pounds = $60.00
Up to 499,999 pounds = $120.00
Up to 999,999 pounds = $240.00
Up to 9,999,999 pounds = $360.00
10,000,000 pounds or greater = $480.00
Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHS)
Up to 49,999 pounds = $100.00
Up to 99,999 pounds = $300.00
Up to 499,999 pounds = $600.00
Up to 999,999 pounds = $1,200.00
Up to 9,999,999 pounds = $1,800.00
10,000,000 pounds or greater = $2,400.00
Gas stations pay a $50.00/location fee
*Minimum fee for any Tier II Facility is $50.00
*Maximum fee for any Tier II Facility is $4000.00
Click for more information on Chemicals Subject to the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA)
Do I send my fee with my submission?
What happens if organizational fees are not paid?
Payments required under this article are considered legal obligations and are enforceable in a court of law. Failure to pay will constitute a misdemeanor, and upon conviction, shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed $500.00, or confinement not to exceed 30 days.
In addition to the misdemeanor charge, a violation of this article may also result in the imposition of a civil penalty, and upon conviction, be punishable by a fine not to exceed $500.00.
Anderson County reserves the right to and will take any and all necessary legal action to collect fees and recover costs under this article.