No. Household greenhouse gas emissions measurements are based on estimates due to how much and what type of power the house uses, what types of food the members of the house eat, how much driving is done by members, etc. The good news is that there are free online tools to get a good estimate of household emissions based on those factors. They also offer tips on how to lower emissions and estimates of how much money you could save by lowering them.
Here is one from the EPA’s website.
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