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IPPC applications

by 5m Editor
23 November 2006, at 10:55am

UK - Providing the necessary geological information for an IPPC application form is causing a few headaches, according Nigel Penlington at BPEX. He is checking with the Environment Agency (which originally said it would supply the necessary information) and with the British Geological Society, and will report back.

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If you are working from the Environment Agency CD don't follow the website link for a copy of the Permit Application Form, as the downloadable copy is not write-enabled.

Instead, look for the PDF link on the CD and use the copy of the form that is on the CD itself. Nigel Penlington has come to the rescue (as usual) with this graphic.

If you have not yet ordered the CD you can do it here (scroll down to find the CD link).

If you want to read Environment Agency advice about applying for a permit, do it here.

Environment Agency has released revised guidance for IPPC Application Site Reports. Anyone who has already completed his site report, or who is using the previous version will not need to revise his report. This revised guidance should simplify the task for later applicants. This document covers what an Application Site Report is, why it is needed and how to prepare an application site report.

Download here.

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