High noon for IPPC: The Agency faces the organic chemicals sector

Environmental managers in the organic chemicals industry are in the throes of preparing applications for integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) permits. The new regime will present some novel challenges for the 200-odd chemicals sites which come under IPPC next year. Already, there are concerns that the Environment Agency may struggle to cope with this large number of applications - especially because of the difficulty of applying intelligent regulation to such a complex and diverse sector.

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