EPA GHG reporting – Technical amendments released

Posted on October 7, 2010 by


USA’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) added a few minor changes to the general reporting requirements for all GHG sources that are subject to the authority’s mandatory GHG reporting rule. The earlier rule was finalized in October 2009 and requires approximately 13,000 facilities across the US to annually account and report GHG emissions. These changes require the sources to report the names of their parent companies; identify the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code that applies to the facility; and indicate whether the facility is a cogeneration unit. The first GHG reports are required to be filed in March 2011.
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