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How to Request an Envionmental Audit
When a hazardous material incident/accident or chemical release occurs, a report is typically generated and a copy is filed with the Emergency Management Agency. The report contains information as to what type and quantity of material was released, the location, and the time and date of the incident. The reports we receive are from Fire Department personnel that respond to the scene of these incidents. The Agency does not have a copy of every hazardous material or chemical release which has occurred in Madison County, since some individuals may not report such events to the Fire Department or to Emergency Management personnel.
The Emergency Management Agency files contain information dating back to 1979, when the reporting process was initiated.
This information has been plotted on a digital map of the county and may be printed as an overlay showing the approximate location of any recorded release within 1 mile of a given point. A report generated by us in this format is called an environmental audit.
In order to request an environmental audit, submit a request via email to email@example.com . Include a map image showing the exact location of the site to be audited as well as the following information:
Voice Telephone Number
Contact information for Emergency Management:
Huntsville-Madison County Emergency Management Agency
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