Yes. In the voluntary market, emissions from construction activities are generally included in a contractor’s emission inventory but excluded from the project owner’s (e.g. a state highway agency) emission disclosure. The contractor has full control of emissions sources for construction work in progress and also takes responsibility for all the efforts to generate and verify the emission credits from pavement construction.
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Identifying projects that meet the requirements of the methodology is step one in the process. Projects potentially eligible for this process include all three production methods where alternative environmentally friendly materials (FSB and emulsion asphalt mixtures) can be manufactured, including cold central plant recycling (CCPR), cold-in-place recycling (CIR), and full depth reclamation (FDR). Current, future, and recently completed past projects can be evaluated for eligibility.
Quantifying the CO2e emission reductions and creating revenue would include, but not be limited to, the following steps: project data collection (including construction management documents, materials and equipment lists, and project design details); the development of the Verra-required Project Description which documents the construction process and CO2e emission reductions; Validation and Verification of the project’s emissions reductions by a third-party consultant; Verra review and approval of the Validation and Verification of the Project and conversion of the CO2e metric tons emission reduction into VCUs; opening an account to track the listing and selling of VCUs; and finally, selling the VCUs to a buyer.
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