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Rule 2202
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Market Overview

Adopted in 1995 by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD), the purpose of this Rule is to provide employers with a menu of options to reduce mobile source emissions generated from employee commutes.  This rule applies to employers with 250 or more employees.

Employers have a variety of options to comply with the requirements of Rule 2202, including:

  1. Offering employees incentives to carpool or use mass transit
  2. Paying the SCAQMD a mitigation fee
  3. Purchasing credit packages to offset compliance requirements

Often the most cost effective compliance option is purchasing a credit package; compliance can easily and cost effectively be met through BGC Environmental Brokerage Services Emission Reduction Strategy (ERS). BGC will complete your Rule 2202 compliance package by supplying the required Mobile Source Emission Reduction Credits (MSERCs) and filing the necessary paperwork with the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).

It's that simple. An Emission Reduction Strategy done through BGC is achieved at a significant cost savings when compared with the SCAQMD's Air Quality Investment Program (AQIP) and it is less maintenance intensive than other compliance programs for meeting Rule 2202 compliance.

Complete our simple request form below and receive a free estimate for a Rule 2202 compliance credit package that's right for your business.

We will inform you what the SCAQMD charges through their AQIP, provide you with the most competitive ERS quotes in the market, and let you know how much you can save.


SCAQMD Rule 2202
Emission Reduction Strategy (ERS) Estimate Request
(*All Fields are Required)
Company Name:*
Company Contact:*
E-mail Address:*
Phone Number:*
# of Employees at Peak:*
Performance Zone:* 1 2 3
Employee Commute Survey:* Yes No - Use Default AVR
AQMD Submittal Deadline:*