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 2013 Triennial Reporting
Coinciding with the beginning of the 2013 Triennial Reporting schedule for mercury-added product notification, IMERC conducted a series of online training webinars to educate system users on the basic functionality and features of the product reporting system. The trainings were 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.
A Recording from the latest 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.