Emissions Accountant®

Basic Description & Application

Emissions Accountant analyzes and tracks air emissions for one or more processes against several different parameters. The software simplifies reporting challenges by tracking air emissions for a fixed calendar period or a rolling twelve month period.  In addition Emissions Accountant can report the air emissions for a single process for HAP control efficiencies and other critical MON and MACT determinations.

Emissions Accountant streamlines emissions tracking by combining factory production records for the calendar period of time of interest with established process emission factors.  Emissions for the period are reported featuring speciation by compound.  Reported compounds may be grouped by VOC, HAP, GHG, or any other classified grouping.  Compounds are tagged according to how they should be considered for regulatory reporting purposes. 

Tracking and Reporting Capabilities

This comprehensive, yet easy to use software, is a major tool for factory reporting and emission management. Below are some of its key functions, most of which can be customized:

  • Yearly and Monthly Permit Tracking
  • Rolling 12 Month Emission Reporting
  • Tank Farm Emissions Tracking
  • Combustion Emissions Tracking
  • Inlet Process Stream Analysis
  • PTE (Potential To Emit) Analysis
  • HAP Operating Scenario Analysis
  • TRI Report Resources – Emissions By Type (process, storage tank, combustion, fugitive, insignificant sources), Control Device Removal and Inlet Stream Report.
  • Equipment Unit Hourly Permit Tracking
  • Equipment Unit Emissions Permit

For a more complete list of reports that are contained in Emissions Accountant – visit the Emissions Accountant Reports Page

How Does It Work?

A model is created to represent process, combustion, storage tank, or fugitive operations using Emission Master software.  The completed model contains information about the operation on a detail level including processing steps, materials, control devices, and other key data.  The Emission Master model is then imported into Emissions Accountant to become a process record where it will represent the emissions that occur when the process is operated though one batch cycle.  If the model is about combustion then it will represent the emissions that occur when an amount of fuel is combusted in the facility (boilers, generators, thermal oxidizers, …).  Process records can be organized or grouped in folders

Factory production records from SAP or other manufacturing resources are entered into Emissions Accountant and combined with process models that were previously imported into the object database system.  Once the production records are contained in Emissions Accountant then as many as fifty different reports are immediately available for reporting the emissions inventory over the calendar period of interest. 

Computer System Requirements

  • Operates in Microsoft Windows® 10 and earlier versions.

Ordering Information

For information on purchasing or leasing this software, call 908-654-9779.

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