The Division of Air Resource Management is responsible for coordinating all activities related to the compilation and periodic updating of statewide air pollutant emissions inventories.
What is an emissions inventory?
An emissions inventory is a compilation of air pollutant emissions and their sources for a given area. Categories that are usually taken into consideration include the following:
What are the uses of an emissions inventory?
The emissions inventory data have various uses including:
How is Florida's data collected and how can I view it?
Point source data are collected via the Annual Operating Report (AOR) (DEP form number 62-210.900(5)). The majority of the facilities submit their AORs using the Electronic Annual Operating Report (EAOR) software. The AOR data can be viewed using AirInfo Search. The AOR data are reviewed and submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by DEP for inclusion in the National Emissions Inventory. At this time, DEP does not submit area or mobile source emissions inventory data to EPA. Instead, the state uses the EPA-derived Florida inventory for each of these categories. You can view EPA's most recent National Emissions Inventory here: http://www.epa.gov/ttn/chief/net/2008inventory.html.
Last updated: October 14, 2015
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