ADEQ Records Center
Arizona Revised Statute §39-121.03(A) authorizes state agencies to charge for the reproduction of the public record based on the "value of the reproduction on the commercial market as best determined by the public body" when a records request is for a "commercial purpose" as defined by the statute.
ADEQ has determined that requests for these data lists meet the requirements of a commercial purpose unless otherwise documented by the customer.
The amount for any standard list is $500. A standard list includes in general, the facility name and address and contact name and address. The amount for any custom list is $500 plus an hourly rate of $120 for programming necessary to query the data. An estimate will be provided prior to the creation of the commercial purpose data list.
The final amount of a customized list may be higher or lower than the estimate provided prior to its creation.
View public records and files and make a records request by visiting the Records Center Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. You may also make a records request by mail, fax or email.
ADEQ Records Center
Attn: Cina Sheffield
1110 West Washington Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Fax: (602) 771-4389
E-mail: Records Center
To make a records request, please email the following information to the ADEQ Records Center.
- Your name (Required)
- Your phone number (Required)
- Fax number
- The name of the company or group you are representing
- Your mailing address
- Your email address
- Indicate how you would like to review the records (digitally, printed, or in-person)
- Nature of the request
Help our staff locate requested files faster by providing any details you may know concerning the file, for example:
- Current and/or Previous Site Name(s)
- ID Number (eg. RIMS, Site Code, Inspection Number, Licensing Time Frame (LTF) Number, Case ID, AZPDES, Inventory Number, Communication Tracking System (CTS) Number, Public Water System Number, Task Assignment Number, etc.)
- ADEQ Program Responsible
If you need assistance, please call (602) 771-4380.
It is the policy of ADEQ to recognize the public's right of access to public records based on Arizona law. For more information, visit: