Category: Emissions Reduction

Frequently Asked Questions:
Statewide Emissions Inventory Program

What is the difference between air monitoring data and emissions inventory data? Air monitoring data shows current air pollution levels collected from 23 monitoring stations throughout the state, while emissions inventory data is a summary of pollutants released in Utah throughout the year. Air monitoring data is expressed as a concentration, such as µg/m3 (micrograms …

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2017:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

Jump to: Inventory Data Inventory Visuals Feedback? Please take our survey! The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. Inventory Data The data posted on this site will include only the latest version of the 2017 Emissions Inventory. This …

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Statewide Emissions Inventories

The following links contain inventories developed for statewide criteria and hazardous air pollutants. If comparing inventories, the reader should note that emission estimation methods and emission factors are continually changing and improving, which may cause emissions to appear higher or lower from one year to the next without any actual emission change. In addition, the …

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1996:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the State to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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1999:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources.  A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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2002:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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2005:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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2008:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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2011:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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2014:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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Definitions:
Statewide Emissions Inventory Program

Ammonia (NH3) A colorless gaseous alkaline compound that is very soluble in water, has a characteristic pungent odour, is lighter than air, and is formed as a result of the decomposition of most nitrogenous organic material. Information Source .. Carbon Monoxide (CO) A colorless, odorless, very toxic gas resulting from incomplete combustion. CO can reduce …

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Oil & Gas:
Statewide Emissions Inventory Program

2017 Statewide Oil & Gas Emissions Inventory 2014 Air Agencies Oil & Gas Emissions Inventory Uintah Basin Oil & Gas Source Registration ULend Other Resources Utah is home to a wealth of natural resources, particularly in the oil and gas sector. Responsible production of these resources is essential to preserving our state’s beautiful natural landscapes …

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2017 Statewide Oil & Gas Emissions Inventory

2017 Oil & Gas Emissions Inventory Workbook 2017 Oil & Gas Emissions Inventory Workbook Instructions Upload System (submission closed) Upload Instructions Webinar Instructions Recorded Webinar Webinar #1 Q & A Oil & Gas Emissions Inventories Oil and gas inventories are based on data submitted by various oil & gas sources throughout the state. The inventory …

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Jan. 1 2015 – Dec. 31 2016 Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit Rules

Taxpayers may claim a non-refundable tax credit against state individual income tax, corporate franchise tax, or fiduciary tax as follows: The State provides an income tax credit of $1,000 for the original purchase of new qualifying Plug-in hybrid vehicles registered in Utah. The state provides an income tax credit of 35% of the vehicle purchase …

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