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NJDEP Air Quality Reporting

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GHG Emissions ReportingNew Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) air quality reporting is due in May and July.

Emission Statements

Last year, the NJDEP emission reporting deadlines were extended due to COVID-19. This year, they have reverted back to the normal reporting deadline of May 15.  All Emission Statements sent to the Department must be created using the latest version of the Department’s Remote AIMS Data Input User System (RADIUS).  Visit NJDEP to download the latest version of RADIUS.

The emissions statement must include process data, operating hours, and emissions data for the prior year, including ozone and CO seasons.

Excess Emissions and Monitoring Systems Performance Report (EEMPR)

Under the Air Quality Permitting Program, facilities that have Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) and/or Continuous Opacity Monitoring Systems (COMS) are required to electronically submit the Excess Emission and Monitoring Systems Performance Report (EEMPR) electronically.  This requirement has also been included in settlement agreements, new air permits, and permit renewals. These reports will be due on July 30.

We are always happy to answer any questions you may have or assist with your annual reporting.

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