The SGRR first came into effect in 2004, and requires facilities that emit 10,000 tonnes or more of specified gases to submit annual reports on their emissions.
Specified Gas Reporting Standard
The Specified Gas Reporting Standard details who is required to report specified gas emissions and how the information is collected. Facilities that are subject to reporting requirements under the SGRR must follow the requirements set out in the Specified Gas Reporting Standard.
Facilities subject to the SGRR report their emissions through the federal government’s Single Window Information Management (SWIM) System.
The reported information is used to inform policy development and for analysis and reporting purposes.
Quantification methodologies for reporters under the Specified Gas Reporting Regulation are provided in the following document: Quantification Methodologies for the Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation and the Specified Gas Reporting Regulation.
- Record of Deviation Form (XLSX, 28 KB)
- Creating a Facility Boundary File Using Google Earth (PDF, 2.5 MB)
Subscribe to mailing list
This automatic email system distributes information pertaining to the specified gas reporting program to subscribers. This list and the department’s website are the primary sources of information and updates on mandatory greenhouse gas emissions reporting.
The personal information collected through the Specified Gas Reporting form may be used for the purpose of providing you with a subscription to updates on the Specified Gas Reporting Mailing List.
This personal information collection is authorized under Section 8 (1)(2) of the Government Organization Act and Section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act.
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