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Important Information About the CARB Criteria and Toxics Reporting Regulation

The California Air Resources Board has announced public workshops on expanding the applicability of the CTR enhanced reporting to smaller sources.  For more information visit:

Workshop notice:




During its December 2018 meeting, the California Air Resources Board adopted the “Regulation for the Reporting of Criteria Air Pollutants and Toxic Air Contaminants”, which requires affected businesses located in pollution impacted communities to annually report to the air districts and CARB their emissions from all permitted activities.  The regulation is effective January 1, 2020.

CARB’s new regulation will require enhanced emissions inventory reporting to the FRAQMD.  Should you wish to learn more about CARB’s regulation, please visit CARB’s website listed above.  If you have questions on the newregulation, please contact CARB staff at or Patrick Gaffney at 916-322-7303.