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Public consultation

The public consultation page is available so that members of the public can view IPPC applications before an IPPC permit is granted or refused. IPPC applications contain a description of any foreseeable significant effects of emissions from the installation to the environment.

At the moment there is one document available.

 Name of Installation

Amino Chemicals Ltd 
 Start of public consultation4 July 2014 
 Close of public consultation18 July 2014 

Documents are available below:

Application forms A, C 
Covering letter  
MEPA 1st review of application  
MEPA request for consolidated application  
Request for minor variation  
Non-technical description C1.2 
Proposed variationC1.3 
Site report, site map & block plan C1.4.1, C1.4.2, C1.4.3 
Proposed activities C2.2.1 
Techniques for waste and emission prevention C2.2.2 
Flow Diagram C2.2.3 
BAT comparison C2.2.4, Appendix 1, Appendix 2 
Maintenance C2.5 
Energy C2.6.1 
Water C2.7 
Risk Assessment C2.8 
Training C2.9 
Wastes C3.1.1, C3.1.2
Emissions to Air  C3.6 
Noise C3.9 
Planning Status C7.1 
Technically Competent Person C8.1 
MEPA Inspection Report  
Additional Documentation 

Nitrogen Generator 

Sewer Discharge Permit

Any comments should be submitted in writing either by sending an email to the Authority at or by writing to the Authority at the address below by not later than the close of public consultation.

Environmental Permitting & Indsutry Unit
Malta Environment and Planning Authority
St. Frances Ravellin

Any comments will be entered into a register which will be made public on the Authority's website, together with details of the person making the comment, unless the person formally requests that their personal details remain unpublished. In this case, the register will only include the comment made.