Community Right To Know
The Community Right to Know (CRTK) program collects, processes, and disseminates the chemical inventory, environmental release and materials accounting data required to be reported under the New Jersey Worker and Community Right to Know Act and the federal Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act of 1986.
What We Do
The Community Right to Know program performs the following functions and supplies the following services:
- Collects and stores chemical inventory information
- Assists emergency planners and first responders by providing them with information about on-site chemical hazards
- Provides compliance assistance
- Investigates complaints and notifications of unauthorized activities
- Conducts inspections
- Issues enforcement documents, both formal and informal, which may include assessed penalties
- Find more information on submitting your annual CRTK Report. There are also links to various documents and reports you may find useful.
Get More Information
Who Must Report
Submit Your Survey
Reports and Rules
Forms, Instructions and Guidance Documents
Click here for information on sites by address that reported chemical inventories required by the Worker and Community Right to know regulations (N.J.A.C. 7:1G et seq). Note: Enter specific street number and name in the field for Physical Address (e.g., Enter 9 Ewing). If street number is unknown enter a % symbol along with street name (e.g., Enter %Ewing)
Click here for information on sites by name that reported chemical inventories required by the Worker and Community Right to know regulations (N.J.A.C. 7:1G et seq). Note: Enter specific name in the field for Enter Facility Name (e.g., Enter du Pont de Nemours and Company). If exact name is unknown enter a % symbol along with partial name (e.g., Enter %duPont).
Click here for general information for a specific year and municipality
Contact Us – Call 609-292-6714 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org