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INERCO organises the Technical Day on ‘CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF THE IPPC DIRECTIVE’.

With the imminent coming into force of the Spanish Law on integrated prevention and control of pollution, INERCO, faithful to its commitment to contribute actively to industrial development, and conscious of the challenge which this law supposes for industry, organised a Technical Day, on 23 May, on ‘Challenges and Opportunities of the IPPC Directive’ aimed at industries and authorities affected by the Directive.Directive 96/61/EC, on integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC Directive) will introduce significant changes with regard to environmental management in industry.The Technical Day, held in INERCO’s head offices at the Isla de la Cartuja Technological Park in Seville, was attended by over 125 people, including factory managers, environmental officers and technicians from competent administrations.INERCO made available to those present a complete team of experts and professionals in order to facilitate the preparation of Spanish industry for the challenges and opportunities arising in relation to the IPPC Directive, with specific reference to:· Obtaining the Integrated Environmental Authorisation· European Pollutant Emission Register (EPER)· Best Available Techniques in each sector· Aid and investment incentives for adapting to the IPPC Directive· Responsibilities derived from the IPPC Directive Also participating in the event were the Head of the Industrial Environmental Department of the Ministry of the Environment, Carmen Canales Canales, a manager from the Technical Department of FEIQUE and Mr Miguel Aguado of the IPTS-EIPPC Bureau, who examined the situation of the Spanish chemical industry and explained the key aspects and obligations derived from the IPPC Directive. The event was closed by the Director General for Environmental Quality and Prevention of the Department of the Environment, Juan Espadas.

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