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The IPPC Directive aims to achieve integrated prevention and control of pollution by laying down measures designed to prevent, or where that is not practical, to reduce emissions to air, land and water from specified activities, including measures concerning waste.
Through a single permitting process, operators must apply “Best Available Techniques” and meet other requirements, taking account of local factors.
All installations, which are subject to the IPPC directive, must apply for a permit.
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