Calculating and reporting air emissions (EI, GHG, CSR, etc.) can be a long, tedious and repetitive process. Common challenges include collecting the required input data; the need to calculate results for hundreds or thousands of sources; consistent calculation methodologies which can involve dozens of complicated equations; and a lack of clarity and transparency, especially for corporate-wide review. Spreadsheets are inexpensive, but they include challenges around consistency, maintenance, and sharing.
This webinar will outline best practices for calculating air emissions and include a demonstration of Dakota Software's Air Emissions application.
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