Archived Web Documents Remain Accessible to All

DTSC is doing a little housecleaning of our web pages.

Our goal is to provide the most accurate and latest information to the public and other stakeholders.

From technical details about core programs or to learn more about the laws and regulations that govern the management of hazardous substances, visitors can easily navigate to information they need. is designed with you in mind.

We will continue to support a user-friendly website by archiving infrequently viewed or outdated documents on

On September 17, 2020, infrequently viewed documents that are no longer up to date were archived. These documents no longer appear on but will remain accessible to the public.

Links to these documents were not removed from the website. Instead, DTSC automated the process for gaining access to these archived files. When visitors locate a document that is no longer suited for, they will automatically be directed to a document request form.

Archive Document Request Form

With just a few clicks, you can request to have the document sent directly to your inbox.

Members of the public can also request that the returned document be made accessible with enhancements for people with visual or cognitive impairments. Once submitted, DTSC will send a confirmation email with an estimate of how long it will take to fulfill the request. Depending on the size of the document, the public may experience some wait time before receiving it in an accessible format.

Following criteria that align with state and legal requirements, DTSC is working with the California Department of Technology to archive about 6,500 documents that staff have identified as infrequently viewed or outdated.

Our main goal is to offer the public the resources and access to the most current information about the work DTSC does to protect the people and environment of California from toxic harm.

Questions about DTSC’s archival process can be submitted to our Web Coordinator mail box.