On October 17, 2016, the Environmental Protection Agency celebrated the 30th anniversary of the launch of the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI).
It was a timely reminder: while TRI and associated EPCRA reporting isn’t due until July, the new year is around the corner, and that means the reporting season is coming up fast. First up? March 31. The deadline for Air Emissions Inventory reporting, Mass Emissions Cap & Trade (MECT) annual reconciliations, and Greenhouse Gas Inventory reporting all fall to the same day—with the last being particularly complex, due to recent rule changes.
We know you didn’t go into business to be burdened with environmental bureaucracy. In contrast, the principals and professionals here at EDGE bring decades of experience to emissions inventories and reporting.
We work closely with clients in manufacturing, upstream oil & gas, refining, petrochemicals, natural gas processing, and other industries to assess their emissions profiles, complete the necessary reporting, and ensure that it is filed in a timely manner.
EDGE lets you focus on your core business with the confidence of knowing that you remain in full compliance with mandatory environmental reporting requirements: local, state, and federal. Whether you’re not yet a client, or one of the many who rely on us every year, EDGE is on your side.
TIPS ON HOW TO PREPARE FOR REPORTING SEASON
• Check for changes in reporting applicability for your site
• Collect your operating data from 2016
• Gather data on spills and other releases that occurred in 2016
Stay ahead of the deadlines: let EDGE bring further insight to your annual emissions reporting.