Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program
Applicability Tool for 2014 and Beyond
Does the facility emit 25,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) or more per year in combined emissions from the source categories listed below?
Instructions. The table below lists the emission source categories that you selected as being located at your facility. You will need to assess annual emissions using relevant calculation methodologies and equations specified in each applicable subpart of the GHG Reporting Rule (see links in table) and available company records. Then, convert emissions to CO2e and enter the amount of CO2e emitted from each source category listed into the table. More »
Note. As you input this information, the table will present the sum of the emissions at the bottom of the column. The facility is subject to the rule if emissions exceed 25,000 metric tons CO2e or more per year.
Note. For the purposes of general stationary fuel combustion (Subpart C), the emissions from emergency generators, emergency equipment, portable equipment, and flares should not be included. Hazardous waste combustion should only include emissions from co-fired fossil fuels and not from hazardous waste. Emissions from biomass-derived fuels should exclude CO2 emissions but include CH4 and N2O emissions. Emissions for stationary combustion can be entered directly or calculated using the calculator provided in this tool (see button below).
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