Publications, including papers and reports, monthly newsletters, relevant to the Unified Program are listed below. Required reporting forms and instructions are also included for use by Certified Unified Program Agencies (CUPA), Designated Agencies (DA), Participating Agencies (PA) and the regulated community. Most of the forms below are in MS Word and/or Adobe Acrobat format.
All businesses should now use the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) to fulfill business-to-CUPA reporting.
Electronic Reporting Templates
CUPA Self Audititing and Reporting Guidance
Unified Program Guidance
- Increased Unified Program State Surcharge to include APSA Assessment Beginning Fiscal Year 2014/2015 (PDF)
- Surcharge Transmittal Report MS Word / Instructions (PDF)
- Annual Single Fee Summary Report MS Word / Instructions (PDF)
CUPA Formal Enforcement Reports
The CalEPA Enforcement Report is a collaborative effort of the Office of the Secretary, the Boards, Departments and Office within the agency and our allied enforcement partners.
|Inspection Activity (Report 3)||Enforcement Activity (Report 4)||Inspection Activity Summary||Enforcement Activity Summary|
|FY 12-13 (Excel)||FY 12-13 (Excel)||FY 12-13 (Word)||FY 12-13 (Word)|
|FY 11-12 (Excel)||FY 11-12 (Excel)|
|FY 10-11 (Excel)||FY 10-11 (Excel)|
|FY 09-10 (Excel)||FY 09-10 (Excel)|
|FY 08-09 (Excel)||FY 08-09 (Excel)|
|FY 07-08 (Excel)||FY 07-08 (Excel)|
|FY 06-07 (Excel)||FY 06-07 (Excel)|
|FY 05-06 (Excel)||FY 05-06 (Excel)|
|FY 04-05 (Excel)||FY 04-05 (Excel)|
|FY 03-04 (Excel)||FY 03-04 (Excel)|
|FY 02-03 (Excel)||FY 02-03 (Excel)|
Fee Schedules for State Agency CUPA's
- Fee Schedule for Imperial County (PDF) - January 2006
- Fee Schedule for Trinity County (PDF) - May 2008
Universal Waste Information
- List of Federal Facilities Excluded from California Business Plan
Requirements (MS Excel)
This list contains Department of Defense (DoD) facilities that are not covered by the Business Plan and California Fire Code programs.
Status of Unified Program Implementation and the Rural CUPA Reimbursement Account (PDF)
This report contains an update on the status of Unified Program Implementation statewide. It also contains information on the Rural CUPA Reimbursement Account status as of February 2002.
Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) Program Statewide Standards (PDF)
This report contains the established statewide standards for implementation of the Unified Program by local Unified Program Agencies. The Appendix to this report is the Compendium of CUPA Performance Standards (PDF)
Recommendations to Improve Unified Program Enforcement Consistency (PDF)
This report evaluates existing enforcement authorities and processes available under the Unified Program and recommends consideration of statutory changes to make enforcement more consistent.
Rural Reimbursement Account Information
As of January 1, 2002, a county for which a Certified Unified Permit Agency (CUPA) has not been certified on or before January 1, 2000, and where the Unified Program is implemented after that time, is eligible for an allocation of up to $60,000, pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 25404.8 California Health and Safety Code (HSC). Any CUPA may apply for the Rural CUPA Reimbursement Account if it meets criteria contained in the Reimbursement Guidelines.
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