BAT conclusions pose a challenge for glass sector

April 2012
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Apr2012, Issue 447, p22
The article reports on a need for British regulators to adopt a considered approach to pollution limits set in European Union (EU) conclusions on best available techniques (BAT), according to the British Glass Manufacturers' Confederation. British councils plan to use BAT conclusions as their reference points for establishing permit conditions under the EU Industrial Emissions Directive. It notes the guidance's lack of clarity over nitrogen oxide emissions levels for furnaces.


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