All the right ingredients: IPPC in the food and drink sector

A sea change has taken place in attitudes among companies in the food and drink sector to the impending integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) regime. Many companies are recognising the benefits that environmental management systems, greater resource efficiency and improved risk management will bring - although some smaller firms at the agricultural end of the supply chain appear to be struggling.

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