Agency courts controversy with centralised permitting for IPPC

Companies' applications for permits under the integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) regime in England and Wales are to be dealt with by centralised permitting groups rather than local Environment Agency inspectors. Inspectors are up in arms at what they see as a downgrading of their responsibilities - while chemical companies fear that the site-specific approach to permitting will be damaged.

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