March 2011 – EPA Extends Deadline for GHG Reporting to September 30, 2011

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced they are extending the deadline for reporting 2010 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions data to September 30, 2011.

EPA is working on finalizing a user-friendly online reporting platform – an XML reporting schema provided through the e-GGRT (Electronic Greenhouse Has Reporting Tool). This tool will allow facilities to directly upload their data in lieu of using web forms.

The extension will allow EPA to further test the system and give industries the opportunity to test the tool, provide feedback, and have sufficient time to become familiar with the tool before the reporting deadline.

This action also extends the online registration deadline to August 1, 2011, 60 days before the reporting deadline.  If your company has already registered with e-GGRT there is no need to register again.


Companies that must report GHG data for facilities and suppliers covered by 40 CFR 98 will now directly upload their data into the e-GGRT system rather than submitting through web forms.


For more information on the EPA’s mandatory GHG reporting program, or for assistance with your reporting, please contact Amy Bauer at 251-533-6949 and or Jessica Tierney at 412-779-1094 and


[slide name=”January 2011 – EHS Support Corporation is proud to announce the promotion of Andy Patz to President.”]

This position reflects Andy’s dedication and commitment to our company, clients, and employees and his critical role in the day-to-day operations of the business. Andy has over 16 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry, which has focused on remediation, financial risk management, and mergers and acquisitions.  His past management experience and his active involvement in EHS Support’s management team over the last 5 years have uniquely prepared him for this position. Andy’s daily role with our clients will not change; he will remain committed to ensuring your satisfaction and bringing you the quality and service that you have come to expect from EHS Support. His additional responsibilities will include close interaction with EHS Support’s management team to guide and focus our ongoing growth and ensuring our clients’ needs are met and expectations exceeded.“We developed a responsible growth plan over 5 years ago for EHS Support that focused on working with the best clients, attracting and retaining the industry’s finest consultants, and providing service and responsiveness that is unparalleled.  Our clients have provided us with the opportunity to continue to grow to meet their needs and we are excited for the opportunity to exceed their expectations in 2011.”-Andrew Patz, President, EHS Support Inc.



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