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 VEEP Renewal

Facilities at all levels of VEEP are required to renew their participation in the program every three years.  Facilities not submitting a renewal application in a timely manner may no longer be considered to be in good standing with VEEP and may jeopardize their access to the program’s incentives.

EMS Track Application

When are renewal applications due?
Facilities must renew their participation in the program every three years. DEQ has established a quarterly calendar for renewal deadlines with due dates of January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1. For instance, if a facility was accepted into VEEP on February 22, 2012, their renewal application would be due on April 1, 2015. A facility accepted on October 2, 2013 would need to submit a renewal application by January 1, 2017. If you have questions on your facility’s acceptance or renewal date, please contact Keith Boisvert at or 804-698-4225.

Where should the completed VEEP renewal applications be sent?

Applications and supporting information should be submitted electronically to

How will DEQ evaluate renewal applications?

Renewals will be evaluated by the same standards as new applications as well as a review of how the EMS has developed during the previous 3-year VEEP membership period.  DEQ uses the VEEP Renewal Review Form when reviewing renewal applications. 
For questions, please contact Keith Boisvert at or 804-698-4225.

What's the difference between a membership renewal and an annual report?

All EMS Track members submit a report annually to provide updates and metrics on projects the facility is implementing.  This does not include a full review of a member's EMS.  Every 3 years VEEP EMS Track members must renew their membership.  During the renewal process, DEQ reviews the facility's EMS and compliance history.  

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