Certified Unified Program Agencies (CUPA) Guidelines

A Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) is certified by the state of California to consolidate, coordinate, and make consistent the administrative requirements, permits, inspections, and enforcement activities of six environmental and emergency response programs at the local level. The state agencies responsible for these programs set the standards for their program while local governments implement the standards.

SCAQMD is currently CUPA guidelines from various cities in the South Coast Air Basin that address gasoline dispensing facilities.  More guidelines will be added as they become available.