Greenhouse Gas Reports Due March 31st!
- Carbon dioxide (CO2)
- Methane (CH4)
- Nitrous oxide (N2O)
- Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)
- Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)
- Perfluorocarbons (PFCs)
- And other fluorinated greenhouse gases defined at 40 CFR Section 98.6
- Any facility which is in a source category listed in 40 CFR 98.2(a)(1), regardless of the actual amount of GHGs emitted,
- Any facility which is in a source category listed in 40 CFR 98.2(a)(2), if it emitted 25,000 tonnes of CO2e gases or more in 2012,
- Any facility which does not meet the previous two criteria but has stationary combustion sources with a 30mmBTU/hr rating or greater, and which emitted 25,000 tonnes or more of CO2e gases in 2012 (per 40 CFR 98.2(a)(3)), or
- Greenhouse gas suppliers (40 CFR 98, Subparts LL through QQ).
Submitting Reports Using the e-GGRT
- Emit less than 25,000 tonnes CO2e for five consecutive years,
- Emit less than 15,000 tonnes CO2e for three consecutive years, or
- Cease the GHG-emitting process / operations.
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