Alberta Environment and Parks Air Policy Division is hosting an Air Monitoring Directive (AMD) information webcast, scheduled for Friday, July 21st between 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
The webcast is being provided via Zoom. It will be recorded and posted to the AMD website for those who are unable to attend. If participants have questions after the broadcast they can be emailed to AMDFeedback@gov.ab.ca at any time.
To register for the webcast:
After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email which will provide a link to the live event. It is recommended participants use this link to test the connection and download the Zoom plug-in, if required. It also recommended that participants register early.
This webcast will be presented in a similar format to previous webcasts – via live stream. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback by typing in the Q&A box.
The webcast agenda is as follows:
1. AMD Reporting Chapter Reminder -
AMD Chapter 9 was released on July 29th, 2016 and will come into effect January 1st, 2019. A brief reminder on the AMD Reporting Chapter requirements for Annual Emissions Inventories and Annual Emissions Inventory Reports will be provided.
2. Draft Annual Emissions Inventory Report Standard and Guidance Document (AEIR Standard) -
The AEIR Standard is mainly a technical guidance document on how to carry out the required inventory and complete the Annual Emissions Inventory Report Form. It provides overall guidance and step-by-step instructions on the various tasks necessary to meet the reporting requirements. The content of the draft AEIR Standard will be briefly covered as well.
3. Draft Annual Emissions Inventory Report Form (AEIR Form) - The AEIR Form is the form that industrial facilities (meeting the reporting thresholds) will be required to complete. The form is a Microsoft Excel workbook containing several worksheets with mandatory and optional fields to fill in. The various worksheets and the requirements of the AEIR Form will be discussed.
4. Public Review -
The Draft AEIR Form and Draft AEIR Standard will be posted on the AMD website for 60-day public review following the webcast. Comments are to be submitted by September 22, 2017.
5. Q & A
- Approximately 15 minutes at the end of the webcast have been allotted for answering questions submitted during the webcast.
Questions and feedback received during the webcast will be compiled and posted, along with the responses, to the AMD website.
Links to past webcasts can be located at: http://aep.alberta.ca/air/legislation/air-monitoring-directive/default.aspx.
Please note that some past webcast recordings are no longer accessible for streaming.
If you have any questions regarding the Alberta AMD, please contact Mike Denomme.