The Superfund Recycling Equity Act (SREA) Reasonable Care Compliance Program helps ISRI’s member scrap processors and brokers meet the due diligence required by federal law to help provide a valid defense to a Superfund liability
ISRI utilizes the environmental expertise of URS Corporation and one of the largest regulatory environmental databases in the nation to provide members with affordable reports on the environmental compliance of consuming facilities.
These reports include publicly available, comprehensive environmental compliance information compiled from more than 1,200 federal, state, and local databases; FOIA requests; and facility questionnaires. It also includes supporting back-up data for the information in the report. While the reported retail value of these reports is more than $1,000 each, most of these reports are made available to ISRI members at an association funded rate of $35 (some exceptions do apply – see SREA Report Pricing section below).
Important Information for Ordering Your SREA Reports
- SREA Reports should be ordered by scrap processors and brokers for every consuming facility recyclable materials are being sent.
- Per industry experts and ISRI Board recommendations, SREA Reports should be ordered annually for each consuming facility recyclable materials are being sent.