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calculate and include CO2 emissions for the report year using the methods specified by fuel type in sections 95113(a)(1)(A)-(C) or 95113(a)(1)(E).

  • (5)

    Landfill Gas or Biogas. If a facility combusts landfill gas or biogas derived from biomass, the operator shall calculate and include CO2 emissions for the report year using the method specified in section 95125(c), 95125(d), or 95125(g).

  • (6)

    Biomass Solids or Municipal Solid Waste.

  • (A)

    If a facility combusts biomass solids or municipal solid waste, the operator shall calculate and include CO2 emissions for the report year using methodologies provided in section 95125(g) based on continuous emission monitoring systems, CO2 concentrations, and flue gas flow rates;

  • (B)

    If the facility combusts municipal solid waste and does not have appropriate devices to measure CO2 concentrations and flue gas flow rates, the operator shall use methods specified in section 95125(h);

    • (C)

      If the facility combusts biomass solids and does not have appropriate devices to measure CO2 concentrations and flue gas flow rates, the operator shall use a method specified in sections 95125 (c)-(d) or (g)-

      • (h)

        .

  • (7)

    CO2 Emissions for Fuels Co-Fired. Operators shall use the following methodologies to determine separately and include CO2 emissions from fuels (excluding refinery gases) that are co-fired at a facility.

  • (A)

    If more than one fossil fuel and only fossil fuels are co-fired in a facility that does not report using data from a continuous emissions monitoring system, then the operator shall calculate CO2 emissions separately for each fuel type using methods provided in sections 95125(c)-(e) as specified by fuel type in sections 95111(c)(1)-(4). Operators who have the option in this article to calculate emissions based on data from a continuous emissions monitoring system, and who co-fire more than one fossil fuel, need not report emissions separately for each fossil fuel.

  • (B)

    If a biomass-derived fuel is co-fired with a fossil fuel in a facility and the operator does not report CO2 emissions using data from a continuous emissions monitoring system, then the operator shall calculate CO2 emissions separately for each fuel type using methods provided in sections 95125(a), (c), (d) or (e) as specified by fuel type in sections 95111(c)(1)-(6) and (8). If the facility does have a continuous emissions monitoring system, then the operator shall calculate

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