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Facilities that are no longer in the California Accident Release Prevention (CalARP) Program


On January 1, 1997, the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) implemented the CalARP Program as a replacement to the California Risk Management and Prevention Program. Facilities with regulated substances above the CalARP threshold quantities are subject to these requirements and implemented prevention programs as required. When the facilities no longer have regulated substances above these threshold, the can de-register from the requirement of these requirements. The following is a current list of facilities in contra costa county that are no longer in the CalARP program. Archived information related to audits performed are kept at the Hazardous materials office for a period of five years. These files can be requested by calling our office 925-655-3200 or email to hazmat.arpteam@cchealth.org.

Facilities that are no longer in the California Accident Release Prevention (CalARP) Program:
  • Airgas, Richmond
  • Air Products at Tesoro Refinery, Martinez
  • Bio-Rad, Richmond
  • Maggiore & Sons, LLC
  • Martinez Water Treatment Plant, Martinez
  • NRG Pittsburg, Pittsburg
  • TransMontaigne (formerly Plains Terminal), Martinez