Posted: August 22nd, 2017Authors: Kayla T.
U.S. EPA has started to promulgate regulations under
40 CFR Part 60 (NSPS) and Part 63 (NESHAPs) that are transitioning certain forms of reporting to an electronic platform, also known as “E-Reporting.” E-Reporting is completed using U.S. EPA’s Compliance and Emissions Data Reporting Interface (CEDRI) and/or Electronic Reporting Tool (ERT). There is little guidance or support around this software which can lead to a steep learning curve associated with E-Reporting. ALL4’s ERT/CEDRI Focus Area provides a variety of services and expertise to assist our clients in complying with Federal and state E-Reporting requirements. The main services of the ERT/CEDRI Focus Area are as follows:
- Performance test reports and performance evaluation reports for programs such as emissions testing or continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) relative accuracy test audits (RATAs), including report preparation and submittal using ERT and CEDRI, respectively
- Air emissions compliance reports including, but not limited to, ongoing compliance reports, monitoring data reports, and emissions reports using CEDRI
- Notification reports for notifying compliance status or other required notification submittals using CEDRI
- Training programs to support ALL4 services or to aid clients with developing in-house electronic reporting capabilities
ALL4 understands that E-Reporting can often be complex, time-consuming, and an additional compliance burden. Please contact Kayla Turney at email@example.com to find out how ALL4 can help you and your facility.
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