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Facility and Supplier Registration

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Once you are an e-GGRT user, you can log in to e-GGRT to begin the facility/supplier registration process by clicking REGISTER A FACILITY from the e-GGRT Home Page. Ee-GGRT will ask you to complete a facility profile, including address and owner/operator information. You will begin by performing a zip code search to see if your facility or supplier is already in registered in e-GGRT.

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You may also identify one or more persons to be an Agent, but this too is optional. When accepting an appointment, the DR or ADR will have the opportunity to confirm or change the assignment of Agents.

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Please note that you cannot have more than one role at a single facility in e-GGRT. For example, you cannot be both the DR and an Agent at the same facility.

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2. EPA Review

EPA will review all appointments and send the DR, ADR or Agent an email invitation containing an invitation code.

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After receiving the invitation from EPA, the DR/ADR will need to log in to e-GGRT to accept his/her appointment. If this individual does not yet have an e-GGRT account, he/she must first complete the e-GGRT user registration process. Once EPA has received and approved the DR/ADR’s Electronic Signature Agreement (ESA), the DR/ADR can then log in and enter his/her invitation code to accept (or reject) the appointment.

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After receiving the email invitation from EPA, the Agent will need to log in to e-GGRT to accept the appointment. The Agent must have an e-GGRT account to complete the e-GGRT user registration process. Once EPA has received and approved the Agent’s Electronic Signature Agreement, the Agent can then log in and enter his/her invitation code to accept (or reject) the appointment.

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After the Agent accepts the email invitation, the DR or ADR who appointed the Agent will need to log in to e-GGRT and electronically sign the Notice of Delegation (NOD) that formally establishes the delegation.

Reporting Under Subparts LL or MM

Suppliers of Petroleum Products (Subpart MM) and Suppliers of Coal-based Liquids (Subpart LL) for reporting years (RY) 2010 and 2011, submitted GHG reports in conjunction with EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality (OTAQ) in the DCFUEL application. After January 25, 2013 subpart LL and MM reporting (both RY2012 submissions as well as revisions to RY2010 or RY2011) must be submitted using e-GGRT.

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