Source Emission Testing Saskatchewan
Do You Need Help With Source Emissions Testing Saskatchewan?
Since 1993, the National Pollutant Release Inventory’s (NPRI) has collected data from facilities about pollution they release to the air, water and land. With help from the National Pollutant Release Inventory’s (NPRI) data, pollution patterns and trends can be tracked across Canada. The NPRI also gathers data about the disposal and transfer of pollutants. Under the authority of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) owners and operators of facilities that meet criteria reporting requirements are required to report annuals releases of over 300 substances to the environment. Once reporting thresholds are met, a facility must report all releases, disposals or transfers off-site. Reporting to the NPRI is mandatory under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 and is due every year by June 1.
Anyone can access the inventory, which includes information that is useful for governments, researchers, the media and the public.
Do you need help with reporting requirements for the NPRI in BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan? If you need help with reporting requirements for the NPRI in BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan, we would love to help. Here at Air Research Group Inc., we are a progressive environmental firm comprised of engineers, technologists, and technicians with over 100 years of combined air emissions testing experience. The team members are considered experts in the field of stack emission testing and flue gas characterization, as well as permitting and compliance.
Contact us today to see how we can help your facility with reporting requirements, calculating releases and timely reporting. For source emissions testing Saskatchewan or anywhere nearby, make sure to give us a call.