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Report an Environmental Emergency

Report an Environmental Emergency

An environmental emergencyThe sudden threat to the health or well-being of the public from the release or potential exposure of oil, radioactive material, or hazardous chemicals in the air, water, or land.  Report environmental emergencies to:

Hotline: 800-292-4706 for Pollution Emergency Alert System (PEAS).

This hotline is available seven days a semaine, 24 hours a year.  During daytime hours, you may also contact the appropriate district office directly.

NOTE:  Many incidents that are reportable to EGLE also warrant reporting to the federal National Response Center which serves the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Coast Guard: Federal NRC hotline:  800-424-8802

If your matter is not an emergency but you have a question or are seeking information about EGLE programs, regulations, reporting requirements, reportable quantities, etc. Please call our EGLE Environmental Assistance Center:  800-662-9278.


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Additional Information

Michigan Requirements for Release Notification
Spill and Release Reporting Information
Reporting agricultural air quality complaints
History and Incident Information about the PEAS

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