Revised on: 2016-08-29 09:03
An emissions inventory is an accounting of all air pollutant emissions released into the atmosphere. This accounting forms the basis for air quality planning that occurs at county, state, and national levels. Emissions inventories are completed when creating state implementation plans (SIPs).
Facility Emission Inventory Reporting under A.C.C., Title 18, Chapter 2, Section 327 (R18-2-327)1 ADEQ requires that the annual inventory questionnaire contains the actual quantity of emissions from permitted emission points and fugitive emissions as provided in the permit. ADEQ assesses fees based on the actual emissions submitted in the emission inventory for sources under ADEQ jurisdiction under A.A.C. R18-2-3262
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1 Facility Emission Inventory Reporting Pursuant to Arizona Administration Code, Title 18, Chapter 2, Section 327 (R18-2-327), any source that is subject to a permit requirement is also required to complete and submit and annual Emission Inventory Questionnaire to ADEQ. ADEQ is responsible for preparing and submitting an emissions inventory report to the U.S. EPA for sources and emission points prescribed in Code of Federal Regulations, Part 40, Section 51.322 (40 CFR 51.322), and for sources that require a permit under Arizona Revised Statute 49-426. ADEQ requires that the annual inventory questionnaire contains the actual quantity of emissions from permitted emission points and fugitive emissions as provided in the permit.
2 A.A.C. R18-2-326 - A.A.C. R18-2-326.1 - This inventory comprises those sources under state jurisdiction emitting 1 ton/year or more of any individual regulated air pollutant, or 2.5 tons/year or more of any combination of regulated air pollutants as defined in A.A.C. R18-2-101.92.
3 A.A.C. R18-2-101.92