Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Regulation
- Applicants can now submit the majority of their application materials via email. A hard copy is not required.
EPA's Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Regulation (CROMERR) sets performance-based, technology-neutral standards for systems that states, tribes, and local governments use to receive electronic reports from facilities they regulate under EPA-authorized programs and requires program modifications or revisions to incorporate electronic reporting. CROMERR also addresses electronic reporting directly to EPA.
- Overview for States, Tribes and Local Governments
How CROMERR affects governmental agencies that operate EPA-authorized programs.
- Overview for Direct Reporters
How CROMERR affects the submission of reports directly to EPA.
- Overview for EPA Programs and Regions
How CROMERR affects EPA offices at Headquarters and in the Regions.
- Application Status for States
Find out what the application status is for different states.
- Training and Guidance
Resources designed to further understanding CROMERR requirements and provide guidance around specific technical issues related to CROMERR compliance.
Templates and tools to determine CROMERR applicability and assist in application preparation.
Examples of EPA-approved application checklists which describe how the electronic document receiving system meets CROMERR requirements.