Representation of Equipment Suppliers to the IPPC Seville Process

Published: 22 January 2007

Policies & Issues: Environment

At the last meeting of the IPPC Information Exchange Forum in December 2006, the Commission put for discussion working document 19-6 on the representation of equipment manufacturers in the 'Seville process'.  Further to Orgalime’s initial comments expressed during the meeting and in view of the revision of Directive 1991/61/EC on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control, we wish to provide the following substantiated remarks on this issue.

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