1998 EPCRA 313 Q&A, Question # 232

232. An airplane engine repair shop (generally SIC code 7699) owns an auxiliary facility at a separate location that does metal plating for the engine repair shop and other unrelated facilities (generally SIC 3471-- Plating of Metals and Formed Products). Would the plating facility be exempt?
According to the SIC code manual, this facility would not be auxiliary because it is not primarily engaged in performing support services for one other facility or enterprise. Instead this facility would be considered a separate operating establishment conducting a manufacturing activity. It would, therefore, need to make the employee and activity threshold determinations and report, if appropriate, because it falls within a covered SIC code.

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Question # 232 Source EPCRA Section 313 Questions and Answers (Revised 1998 Version) (PDF)(306 pp, 3.4 MB, November 1998)
ID 98-232 Status Archived
Category 1. Determining Whether or Not to Report: Facility Subcategory 1.H. Auxiliary Facilities
Keyword(s) Auxiliary Facility
Updated Q&A Question Number 42
Prior Q&A [Archived] Question Number 151, 1997 EPCRA 313 Q&A
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Prior Source: [Archived] Question Number 151, 1997 EPCRA 313 Q&A: Auxiliary Facility; Electroplating. Type of Change: Minor - Minor edits are those edits which only involve non-substantive additions or deletions of words to provide clarity in the Question and Answer. Description of Substantive Edits: NA - NA indicates no substantive edits were made to the original Question and Answer.