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Electronic Data Reporting Acid Rain Program/ Subpart H

By Environmental Protection Agency

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Book Id: WPLBN0000045167
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 0.8 MB
Reproduction Date: 2007

Title: Electronic Data Reporting Acid Rain Program/ Subpart H  
Author: Environmental Protection Agency
Language: English
Subject: Ecology, Natural resource issues, Environemtal protection
Collections: Environmental Awareness Library Collection
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Publisher: United States Environmental Protection Agency


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Excerpt: 1. Who is required to use Electronic Data Reporting v2.1 formats? Nearly all units required to monitor and report emissions data under 40 CFR Part 75 must use EDR v2.1. Presently, this includes Acid Rain Program units, and units in the NOx Budget Trading Program that are subject to the monitoring and reporting provisions of Subpart H of Part 75. However, note that as the result of changes made to Part 75 on June 12, 2002, certain affected units are required to upgrade to a new EDR version, known as v2.2. 2. Which Acid Rain Program and NOx Budget Trading Program facilities are required to use EDR v2.1 and which ones are required to use EDR v2.2? Acid Rain Program units have been required to report in EDR v2.1 since April 1, 2000. Non-Acid Rain affected facilities subject to the NO xv2.2) beginning on: Budget Trading Program must report in EDR v2.1 (or ! The applicable commencement of reporting date specified in the State SIP or in 40 CFR Part 97; or ! An earlier date if the NO xcredits. Authorized Account Representative intends to apply for early reduction The following units are required to upgrade from EDR v2.1 to v2.2, as the result of changes to Part 75 that were promulgated on June 12, 2002: ! Units that do not produce electrical or steam load (e.g., cement kilns, refinery process heaters, etc.) ! Other ARP and Subpart H units that elect to use certain new options provided by the June 12, 2002 rule.


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