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Contact LEPC / CEMA 912.201.4500 912.201.4504 

Attached you will find the Hazardous Material Invoice reflecting the information that you submitted via e-Plan.  The Hazmat fee is determined by the Chatham County HAZMAT Ordinance.

Each e-Plan submission is considered one facility. If that is not the case for your business / organization, please contact the CEMA Hazmat Analyst.  Data from e-Plan is filed based upon the previous year as is the Hazardous Substance Registration Fee paid to Chatham County.  Payment is due by May 1st.

If this invoice needs to be sent to another address, please forward to, or respond with, the proper address.  If not sending a check, completed invoice can be sent via e-mail to rjmathews@chathamcounty.org.

Mail completed Registration Invoice and payment to the following address (also on form):

CEMA
ATTN: HAZMAT Analyst
124 Bull Street, Suite 140
Savannah, GA 31401

Make check payable to CHATHAM COUNTY.

If you prefer to have the Hazardous Substance Registration Invoice mailed to you, please reply with the name and address that you wish for the invoice to be sent.

Randall Mathews
Emergency Management Specialist / HAZMAT Analyst
Chatham Emergency Management Agency
rjmathews@chathamcounty.org
Office: 912-201-4514

Average Daily Amounts of all Hazardous Substances Chatham County Hazardous Materials Registration Fee Total fee (including late fee) if received after May 1st
1 – 9,999 lbs. No Registration Fee; Registration Still Required No Fee
10,000 – 99,999 lbs. $1,100 $1,375
100,000 – 999,999 lbs. $2,200 $2,750
1,000,000 or greater pounds $3,700 $4,625

The following are EXEMPT from provisions and requirements of the Chatham County Ordinance:

  1. Persons and facilities whose only hazardous substance subject to the reporting requirements cited in compliance with 312 Superfund amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA III) are petroleum products (e.g. gasoline, diesel or oil) held only for retail sale to the general public.
  2. Units, divisions, agencies, authorities, commissions of local, state or federal government.
  3. A critical facility which stores petroleum products (e.g. gasoline, diesel or oil) for use during an emergency. Only petroleum products used for emergency operations will be considered for exemption.
  4. A business which is regulated by the Georgia Public Safety Commission.
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