Progress in implementing Council Directive 1996/61/EC concerning integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC)

Published: 12 September 2003

Policies & Issues: Environment

Consultation of Stakeholders about the Communication 'On the Road to Sustainable Production'

Orgalime, who is actively participating in the Seville process provided its views to the Commission in the context of the stakeholder consultation on the Communication 'On the Road to Sustainable Production'.

We think it is very important to reach harmonisation within the member states on permitting for industrial installations and to solve the problems faced by the industries in order for them to remain competitive at EU or international level. We are aware that this situation can only be reached with the full co-operation of all interested parties, whether authorities, industries or others.

You will find attached our answers to the questionnaire issued by the Environment Directorate General.

Should you have any further question, do not hesitate to contact the Orgalime Secretariat.

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