Technician Certification (Section 608): Steps For Replacing a Lost Card
STEP 1. Is your testing organization that issued your certification still in business? Check the list of certifying organizations that are still operating.
Yes, my organization is still operating.
Go to that organization and get a replacement card. They are required to maintain records of people issued cards.
No. - Go to 2 below.
STEP 2. Do you have documentation from your original testing organization that demonstrates successful completion of the Section 608 Technician Certification exam? Do you or a current or former employer have a copy of your lost card?
Yes. I have documentation from my original testing organization.
Go to the list of certifying organization that will replace cards. Send a copy of your documentation to one of the organizations (who have volunteered to make cards for people who can’t get them from their certifying organization) on the list . They will issue you a new card and they will maintain a record of your certification.
No. - Go to 3 below.
STEP 3. Is the record of your certification in our centralized files which were compiled from data submitted by certifying organizations that have gone out of business? Go to the list of certifying organizations that have closed.
Yes, the record of my certification is in the data submitted by companies that have gone out of business.
Download and complete the Assistance with Obtaining a Replacement Card form (PDF, 1 pp., 14K, about PDF). After completing the form mail or fax it to the Section 608 Technician Certification Program Manager. Once it is received we will contact you with information on how to obtain a replacement card.
No. - Go to 4 below.
STEP 4. If you cannot answer “yes” to any of the steps above, EPA will not issue a replacement card. You will need to retake the Section 608 certification test. Please go to the Section 608 Technician Certification Programs page to find testing organizations which meet your needs.