Greenhouse Gas Reporting and Hydrofluorocarbons Emission Reduction
As part of Colorado's continued efforts to implement Senate Bill 19-096, Senate Bill 19-181, House Bill 19-1261, and Senate Bill 19-236,the Air Pollution Control Division (the division) is proposing Regulation Number 22: Colorado Greenhouse Gas Reporting and Emission Reduction Requirements to the Air Quality Control Commission.
At the February 20, 2020 Air Quality Control Commission meeting, the division will request a rulemaking hearing be set on the AQCC calendar, likely for May, 2020. There will be a formal opportunity to provide additional input through the pre-hearing process. Visit the Air Quality Control Commission’s website for the meeting agenda and materials and to view the draft proposed rules: www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/aqcc. Stay updated on the Air Quality Control Commission’s process and opportunities for input by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Email Distribution List).
The division held two public meetings to gather stakeholder input to inform these draft rules, both provided attendees with remote access options (phone and computer) and extended hours to make participation convenient:
January 16, 2020 in Denver, CO (234 registrants)
January 17, 2020 in Glenwood Springs, CO (50 registrants)
Stakeholder feedback was also gathered from representative groups of industry, environmental groups, local government, utilities, and other U.S. Climate Alliance states, as well as via email through January 27, 2020.
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