Q291. On March 18, 2011, EPA extended the deadline for reporting 2010 GHG data from March 31, 2011 to September 30, 2011. Does this extension also apply to the one-time reports that are due on March 31, 2011, and that are required under subpart O at §98.156(e)? If not, then how and where should these reports be submitted?
A291. The March 18, 2011 deadline extension applies only to the annual GHG reports required under §98.3(b) (or the abbreviated report under 98.3(d)(3)). EPA has not extended the deadlines for other reports described in other subparts, such as the one-time reports required under subpart O at §98.156(e). The deadline for submitting these reports to EPA remains March 31, 2011 (or another deadline specified in subpart O, e.g., within 60 days of commencing fluorinated GHG destruction).
EPA has prepared optional spreadsheets that facilities and suppliers may use to submit their one-time reports under subpart O. Reporters may obtain a copy of the spreadsheets here: http://www.epa.gov/ghgreporting/reporters/subpart/o.html
Facilities and suppliers must submit these one-time reports on a CD (preferred) or in hard copy to the address specified in §98.9 for all requests, notifications, and communications with the Administrator (other than the annual GHG report):
(a) For U.S. mail: Director, Climate Change Division, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Mail Code: 6207J, Washington, DC 20460
(b) For package deliveries: Director, Climate Change Division, 1310 L St., NW., Washington, DC 20005
To permit us to quickly identify the one-time reports, facilities and suppliers are encouraged to write "ATTN: Subpart O One-Time Report" on the bottom left side of the envelope.