National Pollutant Inventory

Australia's National Pollutant Inventory is oneĀ of many mandatory industrial substance inventories around the world. These inventories help governments to decide policy direction and individual licence requirements. State and federal governments in Australia require companies to determine whether they exceed certain thresholds for energy and/or substance use and thereby decide whether they are required to report these data to those authorities.

There are currently 93 substances on the list of reportable substances in the Australian National Pollutant Inventory. These include raw materials, emissions from combusiton processes (NOx, SOx, CO, PM10, etc.), heavy metals and their compounds, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), BTEX (emissions from hydrocarbon fuels) and many others.

Science Partners has wide experience in developing reports for companies with complex manufacturing and petrochemical operations. Accurate reporting requires familiarity with operational environments and technical expertise. Science Partners staff can provide these services with professionalism and competency.

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