Due to EU Directive 2004/35/CE on environmental liability with regard to the prevention and remedying of environmental damage, it is becoming increasingly important for plant operators to act to prevent or remedy environmental damage, and minimise the risk of such damage. We draw up emergency response plans that enable you take rapid action in critical situations, and embed these measures in your organisation. It is essential for such plans to deal with: areas at risk, regular plant maintenance, alarm plans, emergency organisational measures, remedial measures, and the resources required.
Under the EU environmental impact assessment, and integrated pollution prevention and control directives, companies that perform certain activities are required to obtain IPPC permits, or permits issued on the basis of environmental impact assessments. The assessment procedure focuses on the positive and negative effects of such activities on the environment. If an activity is judged to have negative environmental impacts, action must be taken to avoid or compensate for these impacts. The national environmental authorities are empowered to impose conditions for permits in the light of this documentation.
If your company is tangled up in the red tape associated with product approval, then you’ve come to the right place. We specialise in biocide and cosmetic product approvals under current EU and Romanian law. We support you throughout the approval process, from the preparation of applications through to cooperation with the relevant authorities.