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This page provides realistic examples of common reporting scenarios and XML submissions demonstrating how annual GHG reports should be structured. Click on a link below to view or download these examples.

 Subpart G Examples

  • Subpart G XML Download
  • Subpart G IVT Download

  • An Ammonia facility which users direct weight measurements to determine urea production.
  • Uses continuous measurement of concentration and flow to determine quantity of CO2 used to produce Urea.
  • This facility has two CEMS units and one non-CEMS Unit, with one CEMS monitoring location.
  • Note: Certain values may not reflect realistic emissions.
 Subpart V Examples

  • Subpart V XML Download
  • Subpart V IVT Download
  • A Nitric Acid Production Facility which uses all types of Nitric Acid Process Used by the Train (Low Pressure, Medium, High Pressure, and Dual Pressure.)
  • The facility uses both ASTM D6348-03 and EPA Method 320 for performance testing.
  • Note: Certain values may not reflect realistic emissions.
 Subpart II Examples

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  • An Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facility with three Anaerobic Processes; Deep Lagoon, Sludge Digester , and Sludge Digester.
  • All three processes use wet and dry milling processes to perform an ethanol production processing operation, and have biogas generated in the recovery process.
  • All processes use the highest CH4 collection efficiency.
  • Note: Certain values may not reflect realistic emissions.
 Subpart TT Examples

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  • An industrial landfill that has a gas collection system
  • One waste stream which utilizes all four methods to determine historical annual waste disposal quantities
  • Uses all methods to determine DOC values
  • In calculating the annual modeled CH4 generation, a methane correction factor, MCF, of 1 (default value) was used.
  • Note: Certain values may not reflect realistic emissions.

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