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Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program (GHGRP)

Subpart M – Food Processing

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Rule Information

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EPA has made a final decision not to include food processing as a distinct Subpart in 40 CFR Part 98 because the proposal for this Subpart did not include any unique requirements for monitoring or reporting of process emissions. Food processing facilities are still required to report emissions under other Subparts of the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program if they meet the reporting threshold of 25,000 metric tons of CO2 equivalent per year for all covered emissions sources covered in the GHG reporting program (40 CFR Part 98). Applicable Subparts are likely to include Subpart C (stationary combustion), Subpart HH (municipal solid waste landfills), and Subpart II (wastewater treatment).

Proposed and Promulgated Rules

40 CFR Part 98.130
Federal Register Date Citation Action Description
11/29/2013 78 FR 71904 Final Rule Finalizes amendments that consist of amendments related to global warming potentials (GWPs), and other amendments largely based on feedback from stakeholders.
Correction Notice (PDF) (2 pp, 248K)
Preamble and Rule (PDF) (79 pp, 935K)
Memo: Table of Final 2013 Revisions to the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule
Summary of Public Comments and Responses (PDF) (267 pp, 1.2MB)
Factsheet
Proposed Rule (PDF) (77 pp, 909K)
07/12/2010 40 CFR Part 98.130 Final Rule Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases from Magnesium Production, Underground Coal Mines, Industrial Wastewater Treatment, and Industrial Landfills
Preamble and Rule (PDF) (43 pp, 372K)
04/10/2009 40 CFR Part 98.130 Proposed Rule Proposed Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases Rule
Rule
Preamble

Technical Information

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