Air emission inventories are an accounting of air contaminants released to the environment, their sources and locations. They are an important tool used to plan air protection programs and policies at the provincial level, and at the local level for the development and implementation oflocal airshed management plans. In October, 2004, the provincial Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection (the ministry)released the technical report titled “2000 British Columbia Emissions Inventory of Criteria Air Contaminants: Methods and Calculations.” The report is a technical document which focuses on the methodologies used to prepare the year 2000 emission inventory estimates.1 The GreaterVancouver Regional District (GVRD) similarly prepares a report for emissions in the Canadian Portion of the Lower Fraser Valley.2This report provides an overview of the methods used in preparing the 2000 provincial air emission inventory, and presents highlights of the results.
Wakelin, Tony, Goddard, Kathy. 2005. 2000 BC Emissions Inventory of Criteria Air Contaminants: Result Highlights. BC Ministry of Water Land and Air Protection
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