Water standards for toxics threaten companies' IPC permits

Companies applying for integrated pollution control (IPC) authorisations may find themselves in difficulty when existing advisory limits on toxic substances in surface waters are shortly given statutory force. The Environmental Protection Act 1990 bars HM Inspectorate of Pollution (HMIP) from issuing an authorisation if these environmental quality standards (EQSs) are breached.

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