Keywords:  sara, iii, emergency, committee, county
A committee required by SARA Title III; the local group responsible for developing and implementing response plans to chemical emergencies.
A committee of agency and community representatives which serves as a focal point in the Grays Harbor County for information and discussions about emergency planning and health and environmental risks.
A committee appointed by the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC), as required by EPCRA, which develops comprehensive emergency plans for Local Emergency Planning Districts, collects MSDS forms and chemical release reports, and provides this information to the public. Each county and some large city governments participate in an LEPC.