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Q222. Does a Designated Representative (DR) need to grant or appoint a consultant access to their facility?

 

A222. To access facility data in e-GGRT you must be a registered user acting as e DR, Alternate Designated Representative (ADR), or Agent. Every facility or supplier must have one DR, may have an optional ADR, and may have many optional Agents. Before an Agent can submit emissions reports for a facility, the DR or ADR who appointed the Agent must sign the Notice of Delegation for the Agent.

 

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Source: This question and answer was derived from a Legacy FAQ

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Relevant Subparts:  e-GRRT Facility Registration

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