Certified Unified Program Agency / Hazardous Materials Program

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As part of the Fire Prevention Bureau, the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) / Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Program conducts inspections that focus on HazMat management including regulations pertaining to aboveground and underground storage tanks. In the City of Burbank, Hazardous Waste Management is regulated by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

For more information, please visit our California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) or Underground Storage Tanks page.

Information entered into CERS by businesses and regulators is now available at siteportal.calepa.ca.gov.

To review HazMat records, email your request to the Burbank Fire Prevention Bureau at BurbankFPB@burbankca.gov. Requesters may access GeoTracker, a public database of underground storage tanks. 

For HazMat Fees, refer to the Citywide Fee Schedule, Article V - Public Safety.


Ammonia Refrigeration Valve Safety Alert
Ammonia is one of the primary chemicals inadvertently released. During California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Division of Environmental and Occupation Disease Control’s discussions with facility representatives, a faulty valve is often given as the reason for the release. Refer to the CDPH alert regarding two refrigeration valve recalls.

 

HazMat Forms 
View the HazMat forms to submit to CERS.
Chemical Inventory (Instructions) (Form) 
Regulated Substance (Instructions) (List)
Pool Chemical Storage
Aboveground storage TANK (AST) permit forms 
Permit Policy & Application
AST Diesel Fuel Storage Tank Installation