Hazmat Permit and Registration Application Website
For the Alliance for Uniform Hazmat Transportation Procedures
Maintained by the National Conference of State Legislatures
This application is for the Uniform State Hazardous Materials Transportation Motor Carrier Registration and Permit Program.
The uniform registration and permitting application shall be completed by all motor carriers who:
Hazardous materials of a type and amount that require the transport vehicle to be placarded pursuant to 49 CFR, Part 172.500 et seq. or
Hazardous waste of a type and amount that requires the shipment to be accompanied by a Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest contained in 40 CFR, Part 262, including “state designated hazardous wastes.” State designated hazardous wastes are additional hazardous wastes that have been officially determined by states that have been authorized by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to manage RCRA programs within their respective states; or
And who operate in the following jurisdictions that participate in the uniform registration and permit program:
Michigan, Oklahoma — Hazardous Waste Only
West Virginia — All Hazardous Materials
Nevada — All Hazardous Materials, Part III for Radioactive Materials
Note: Transportation of wastes not covered under the Uniform State Hazardous Materials Transportation Motor Carrier Registration and Permit Program may have additional permit/registration/manifest requirements in various program states. Questions should be directed to the specific program state regarding the waste transportation as noted below:
Michigan — Non-hazardous liquid industrial waste, scrap tires, PCB
Please refer to the instructions that accompany this application before contacting the base state with questions or requests for additional information.
Terms and Disclaimer
- This site is maintained through the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) on behalf of the states who are members of the Alliance for Uniform Hazmat Transportation Procedures. It is provided as a convenience to applicants for hazmat transportation registration and permit credentials required by the member Alliance states. NCSL and the Alliance states endeavor to keep the site up to date, complete and accurate. However, content and hyperlinks on this site are presented “as is,” and “as available” with no implied or express representations or warranties. Users are responsible for verifying the accuracy and completeness of any content on this site. NCSL and the Alliance make no guarantees as to the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of any such information. Users should be aware that this site could include inaccuracies, errors, or omissions, and that unauthorized additions, deletions and alterations could potentially be made to this site by third parties. In the event that an inaccuracy, error, or omission arises, please inform NCSL so that the inaccuracy, error, or omission can be corrected. Information contained on this site may be changed or updated without notice.
- Prohibited Uses of Site. Users represent and warrant to NCSL and the Alliance that they will neither use this site for any purpose nor engage in any activity in using this site that is unlawful or that violates these terms.
- Links to Third Party Web Sites. NCSL and the Alliance have provided on this site links to Web sites maintained or sponsored by third parties not affiliated with the Alliance or NCSL. No representations or warranties are made about any third-party Web site that a user may access through this site. A user accessing any of the third-party sites linked to this site does so at their own risk.
This online Hazmat Alliance application was developed to save carriers time and reduce errors when completing their annual renewals.
Easy to use
Streamlines the entire application process.
Saves user data for faster renewals each year.
Reduces calculation errors and missing data.
After completing all parts of this online application, users will be presented with a filled-out PDF document to be printed and mailed.