New DoE guidelines on air pollution authorisations

Guidelines on the drafting of air pollution control authorisations have been issued to local authorities by the Department of the Environment (DoE). They break new ground in advising that operators' plans for upgrading existing processes to new plant standards may now be submitted in a phased programme. They also reinforce existing advice that authorisations will be unenforceable unless they are precise, and should not duplicate other statutory controls.

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