IPC/ IED Licensing

Industrial Emissions LicenceAn Industrial Emissions Licence (IED)/ Integrated Pollution Control licence is a single licence issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which controls all emissions to the environment associated with a facility. IED/ IPC licensed facilities must comply with Best Available Techniques Guidelines for their sector.The Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) (2010/75/EU), as it has been transposed into Irish legislation, has changed the existing situation and has introduced a third class of licence that can be granted by the Agency, the Industrial Emissions Licence (IE). Provisions of the Directive/Irish legislation will follow the implementation dates below:

– implementation in Ireland from 23 April 2013 and applies to any new installations from this date onward

– implementation from 07 January 2014 in respect of existing installation

– implementation by 07 July 2015 in respect of industrial activities not subject to the current IPPC Directive (2008/1/EC)

-existing large combustion plants do not become subject to the requirements of Chapter III of the IED until 01 January 2016.

Further details on this updated legislation can be viewed on the EPA website here. Rowan Engineering Consultants can compile all the necessary information required for an  Industrial Emissions Licence Application or an  Industrial Emissions Licence Review Application, including all technical drawings, completion of forms, technical environmental assessment reports, correspond with the EPA on your behalf, submission of the final documentation and assist with your future  Industrial Emissions Licence licence compliance.

For more information on IPC/ IED  licence applications, and how we can assist you, please contact us.