Enviance Introduces 60-Day Greenhouse Gas FastTrack Program
Enviance, Inc., a global provider of solutions that measure, manage, report and reduce environmental and regulatory risks, announced the availability of its 60-day Greenhouse Gas (GHG) FastTrack program to help companies comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s air emissions reporting requirements, which went into effect Jan. 1.
The GHG FastTrack program is the latest offering in Enviance’s suite of cloud-based carbon management solutions.
Fully implemented in 60 days or less, the company’s Internet-based GHG FastTrack solution that credibly, accurately and efficiently monitors, calculates and reports emissions for the thousands of facilities newly affected by the EPA’s reporting requirements. The highly competitive fixed-cost program includes full implementation, consulting and online training for data entry, dashboards and reporting, and provides the unique ability to collect and verify data and report it in multiple formats.
“As a market leader for the last 10 years, Enviance offers what competitors can’t—a deep understanding of air emissions and the business of compliance management, and a proven solution that provides an unmatched level of configurability and accuracy,” said Lawrence Goldenhersh, president and chief executive officer of Enviance. “Our cloud-based reporting service goes beyond the limits of others that only measure a few environmental pressure points, and our GHG FastTrack program is an affordable way for companies to quickly and confidently meet the EPA’s reporting requirements as well as adapt to future regulatory action.”
A recent Enviance survey at the EUEC energy conference showed 61 percent of companies lack systems in place to record carbon emissions. As the EPA deadline for regulatory compliance approaches, a large number of companies will be scrambling to implement auditable GHG measurement and reporting tools or risk serious fines.
The EPA mandatory reporting rule requires a large number of facilities, manufacturers and product suppliers—many for the first time—to keep track of and report their GHG emissions, with the first reporting due on March 31, 2011, for the 2010 fiscal year. Under the new requirements, nearly 85 percent of all GHG emissions will be accounted for; companies found in non-compliance are subject to significant penalties, with each day considered a separate violation.