Smaller releases to be cut from pollution listing

January 2009
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Jan2009, Issue 408, p50
The article discusses the intention of the Environment Agency to exclude emissions data on 39 chemical substances that is included in its pollution inventory in Great Britain in January 2009. The benefits of the pollution inventory are presented. It is inferred that the Agency plans to extend the inventory's information gathering procedures to include facts on resource efficiency. The READ self-assessment tool that enables the comparison of businesses' performance through sector profiles will be introduced.


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