IMERC Mercury-Added Product Reporting - E-filing System
IMERC launched an e-filing system for mercury-added product notification reporting in November 2011. The system replaces the paper Mercury-added Product Notification Forms used during prior reporting periods and enables companies to comply with the Mercury-added Product Notification requirements of Connecticut, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
The system is available at https://imerc.newmoa.org/Public.
Online Training Demos for 2016 Triennial Reporting
Coinciding with the beginning of the 2016 Triennial Reporting schedule for mercury-added product notification, IMERC will be conducting a series of online training webinars to educate system users on the basic functionality and features of the product reporting system. The trainings are intended to walk companies through a sample submission for each of the Single Manufacturer, Lamp Manufacturer, Auto Manufacturer, and Trade Association reporting forms, and identify key steps for completing the notification process. Information about these events is below:
IMERC conducted similar trainings in 2013 and 2014. A Recording from the most recent session is available for your reference.
Reporting System Documents
IMERC has prepared a system user guide and frequently asked questions (FAQ) document to help companies navigate the e-filing system. These documents provide screenshots and step-by-step instructions for the submissions process. Companies are encouraged to download and reference these materials as they complete their Notification Forms.
Senior Management Official Certification Form
The IMERC-member states require an authorized senior management official to certify the information in the online Notification Form submission. If the owner of the online e-filing system account is not a senior management official - a corporate officer or the individual responsible for the overall operation of a facility or an operational unit of a facility, such as a plant manager, superintendent, manager of environmental programs, or person of equivalent responsibility - the following certification form must be signed by a senior management official and attached as part of the submission process.