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Tools to measure and monitor GHG data

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The EPA announced that they have launched a new tool to allow 28 industrial sectors to submit their 2010 greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution data electronically. Prior to being finalized, more than 1,000 stakeholders, including industry associations, states and NGOs tested the electronic GHG Reporting Tool (e-GGRT) to ensure clarity and user-friendliness.

The data collected with e-GGRT will provide the public with important information about the nation’s largest stationary sources of GHG pollution. Industries and businesses can also use the data to help find ways to decrease carbon pollution, increase efficiency and save money.

The EPA expects to receive 2010 GHG data from approximately 7,000 large industrial GHG emitters and suppliers, including power plants, petroleum refineries and landfills.

EPA’s GHG Reporting Program, launched in October 2009, requires the reporting of GHG data from large emission sources across a range of industry sectors. Suppliers of products that would emit GHGs if released, combusted or oxidized are also required to report GHG data. Under this program, covered entities are required to submit GHG data annually to the EPA and the first round of data will be submitted electronically by Sept. 30, 2011. The agency plans to publish non-confidential GHG data collected through the GHGRP by the end of 2011.

For more information on the GHG Reporting Program, click on this link and read about it on the EPA’s website.

Author: CSea

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