Regulators must use this process guidance note (PGN) to assess applications and write permits for di-isocyanate processes.
PDF, 273KB, 36 pages
Local authority regulators can be:
This PGN includes:
Di-isocyanate processes is a ‘Part B’ activity under the local authority pollution prevention and control (LAPPC) regime.
29 June 2012
Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
Department of the Environment (Northern Ireland)
The Scottish Government
Local Air Pollution Prevention and Control (LAPPC): process guidance notes
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