Unified Program: Laws and Regulations

Title 27 Regulations Proposed Language Available for Review
CalEPA has began the formal regulatory rulemaking procedure with the Office of Administrative Law to adopt the proposed revisions to existing Title 27 Unified Program regulations. A 45-day public comment period has been established beginning November 3, 2017 and ending December 18, 2017. Please see the rulemaking notice published in the California Regulatory Notice Register (page 1676) for additional information.
The proposed revisions to the Title 27 text can be viewed as follows:
– Division 1, Subdivision 4, Chapter 1, Sections 15100-15620
– Division 3, Subdivision 1, Chapters 1-3 and 5 (Data Dictionary)
Text to be deleted is indicated with strikeout formatting, text to be added is indicated with underline formatting.
The Initial Statement of Reasons (ISOR) details the necessity and purpose for each proposed revision to the Unified Program regulations in Title 27.
For questions, please email: cupa@calepa.ca.gov

This webpage does not serve as an approved law book or an official book of regulations.
When citing laws or regulations, an approved law book or an official book of regulations must be used.

CalEPA Unified Program

Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank Program (CAL FIRE- Office of the State Fire Marshal)

Area Plan Program/Business Plan Program (CalOES- Governor’s Office of Emergency Services)

California Accidental Release Prevention Program (CalOES- Governor’s Office of Emergency Services)

Hazardous Material Management Plan/Hazardous Material Inventory Statement Program (CAL FIRE- Office of the State Fire Marshal)

Hazardous Waste Generator/Tiered Permitting Program (Department of Toxic Substances Control)

Underground Storage Tank Program (State Water Resources Control Board)