New deregulatory moves on "Part B" processes

The Department of the Environment (DoE) is embarking on its four-yearly review of guidance notes for processes under local authority air pollution control (LAAPC) - and is expected to extend the deregulatory net by relaxing requirements for emission monitoring. Some industries are already signalling that they intend to press for a more fundamental review by claiming that the existing requirements for upgrading existing processes to new plant standards will involve excessive cost.

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