This is to assist you in deciding if you require a Waste Licence, Waste Permit or a Certificate of Registration.
This Decision Tree is to assist in deciding if you require a Waste Licence or a Certificate of Registration
The objective of this guidance note is to provide practical information, advice and guidance on noise from activities licensable by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Integrated Pollution Prevention Control (IPPC) and waste licensing systems. The note sets out the Best Available Technologies(BAT) for Noise Control and Mitigation.
Notification procedure for the Deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified crops for purposes other than placing on the market – Field trials in accordance with Article 14 of the GMO (Deliberate Release) Regulations S.I. No 500 of 2003
This document should be used to identify the Conclusions on BAT from the Storage BAT reference document (BREF) applicable for a given proposed licence application.
This document sets out a discussion basis and guidance in relation to the classification of landfills accepting asbestos waste.
This document (published April 2004) reviews progress and the continuing challenges in dealing with waste. It envisages the near-term introduction of thermal waste treatment as an alternative to landfill.
This government policy document built on Changing Our Ways moving to concrete proposals to give authorities more power to tackle the problem of waste. The document also announced the establishment of a National Waste Prevention Programme in the Environmental Protection Agency.
The GMO Register Entry G0134-01 provides significant details of the clinical trial.
All documentation submitted in respect of this notification was taken into consideration by the EPA inspector in his report to the Board of the Agency.
Consent Conditions G0134-01 issued to Schering Healthcare Limited for a clinical trial on patients suffering from angina pectoris, using a Genetically Modified Organism (GMO).
Summary Notification Information Format (SNIF) for the release of genetically modified organisms other than higher plants (Part B, clinical trials)
Summary Notification Information Format (SNIF) for the release of genetically modified higher plants (Angiospermae and Gymnospermae)(Part B, field trials)
There is a statutory requirement for users of GM animals to apply the principles of Good Animal House Practice. These guidelines are for GMO users who plan to work with GM animals in animal houses.
These are guidelines for users who plan to work with GM plants in greenhouses, growthrooms, growth cabinets etc. The regulations require GMO users to 'apply principles of good greenhouse, growthroom practice, including such principles (if any) as may be specified or approved by the Agency.'
The purpose of this manual is to provide guidance on landfill site design so as to prevent or reduce as far as possible negative effects on the environment. Guidelines are presented for the design of landfill liner systems, leachate management systems, for landfill gas management and for the final capping system.
This document gives guidance on all aspects of landfill restoration. The manual sets down the requirements for successful restoration to afteruses such as nature conservation and amenity, woodland, agriculture and hard end uses such as built structures and car parks.
Draft BATNEEEC Guidance Note for the Pig Production Sector. Publsiehd February 1998.