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Our team is equipped to assist clients in a wide range of industries to accomplish their reporting needs whether it be required by the state, the EPA, or even your stakeholders for CSR/ESG Reporting. Spirit’s experts are prepared to work with clients to develop complete and accurate reports, implement facility objectives, and provide necessary trainings and education on regulatory compliance.

Mark your calendars now for upcoming nationwide federal reporting deadlines:

  • March 1st: EPCRA Annual Tier II Reports
  • March 1st: Biennial and/or Annual Hazardous Waste Reports
  • March 31st: Annual GHG Emissions Reporting
  • July 1st: TRI Reports

Give our team a call for more details on the following state/federal reports that have varying upcoming deadlines based on your sites’ locations:

  • Air Emission Inventories
  • Title V Annual Compliance Certification
  • Title V Semi-Annual Monitoring Report
  • Reg. 7 NAA Glycol Dehydrator and Storage Tank Control Reporting
  • Annual LDAR Reporting
  • Stormwater Discharge Monitoring Reports
  • Annual Used Oil Handling Reports
  • P2 Annual Progress Report

CSR/ESG Reports are typically issued annually in Q1 or Q2. These reports incorporate much of the data in the state and/or federal reports identified above and can be done simultaneously. Unsure if your facility falls under the reporting requirements of any of the items listed above? Do you want to know your state-specific reporting deadlines or are you curious about CSR/ESG Reporting? Spirit’s compliance team has extensive experience across the United States, with offices in Colorado, Texas, and Louisiana and can help point you in the right direction. Give Alex, Andrew, Michele, Jennifer, or Chase a call to get your reporting season started early and on the right track!

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Annual Tier II Reporting – Due March 1st

2021 is officially here and one of the early annual compliance reporting requirements is just around the corner!

Jan. 19, 2021

How to Surf the ESG Wave

The ESG wave is cresting, and as it does, companies are being caught in various positions ranging from surfing it to being caught in the break. For those not yet riding the wave, there can be a lot of consternation that can ripple from the boardroom to the field. For Environmental Health and Safety Managers, this presents both risks and opportunity.

Mar. 25, 2021

Currently Trending: Renewable Diesel Fuels on the Rise

The production of renewable diesel fuels, sometimes called green diesel, in the United States is on the rise. Since renewable diesel is chemically the same as petroleum diesel, it may be used in its pure form (called R100) or mixed/blended with petroleum diesel similar to biodiesel blending.

Apr. 29, 2021

EPA Enforcement Memo: Strengthen Enforcement & Develop Community Engagement

On April 30th, 2021, the Acting Assistant Administrator at the EPA issued a memo entitled “Strengthening Enforcement in Communities with Environmental Justice Concerns”. In this memo, the EPA is instructing their offices to strengthen the enforcement of violations related to cornerstone environmental statutes.

May. 12, 2021

Phasedown of Hydrofluorocarbons and Establishing the Allowance Allocation and Trading Program

Did you know that on May 19, 2021, the EPA published a new proposed rule regarding the phasedown of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)?

May. 20, 2021

Impacts of Colorado Ozone Nonattainment Bump Ups: DM/NFR

Spirit has been keeping up with recent discussions regarding the Denver Metro/North Front Range (DM/NFR) ozone nonattainment area. As you may know, the DM/NFR ozone nonattainment area is currently classified as “serious” under the 2008 ozone standard and “marginal” under the 2015 ozone standard. This year (2021) is an attainment year for both of these standards.

Sep. 29, 2021

Methane Emissions Intensities: Sorting Through the Options for Oil and Gas

President Biden highlighted the impact of methane emissions on climate change at the Conference of Parties 26 (“COP26”) talks in October. The effect of methane emissions is further demonstrated by a proliferation of mandatory and voluntary programs to limit methane emissions throughout the oil and natural gas supply chains. Particularly critical for oil and gas operators, “methane intensity” is becoming a preferred approach for communicating methane emissions data and performance throughout the industry.

Nov. 18, 2021