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As with all legislation that is issued from Europe, there are various reporting requirements set out in Regulation 1005/2009. These reporting requirements impact on various stakeholders including the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government as well as producers, importers, exporters and certain users of ozone depleting substances.
Reporting requirements of Member States are set out in Article 26 of Regulation 1005/2009. This entails three annual reports to be submitted to the European Commission by the end of June each year. The Environmental Protection Agency, as competent authority, collects and collates the data for the three reports as follows:
The Environmental Protection Agency carries out annual surveys of relevant operators in order to collect the necessary data for the preparation of these reports.
Reporting requirements of all other undertakings are set out in Article 27 of Regulation 1005/2009. Such reports are submitted annually by the undertakings concerned directly to the European Commission by 31 March each year, and a copy must also be sent to the Environmental Protection Agency, as competent authority. The following undertakings must submit reports:
Producers, importers and exporters of “new substances” listed in Annex II of Regulation 1005/2009 must also submit reports.
The format of the reports to be submitted by all undertakings are set out by the European Commission and can be downloaded from the Commission’s website.
Download the Reporting Forms from the Commission’s website
Download the Commission’s Frequently Asked Questions on reporting
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