EPA Issues Final Rule on Greenhouse Gas Reporting Requirements


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) issued a final rule on September 22, 2009, that will require covered industry sources to report their greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions annually. The GHG reporting requirements will cover approximately 85% of nationwide emissions. The EPA estimates that roughly 10,000 facilities will fall within the rule’s mandatory reporting requirements.

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