The Environment Protection Directorate within MEPA gives notice that it has extended by a further week, the public consultation process for the Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC) application for the Delimara Power Station extension.
EneMalta, this week, presented the Environment Directorate with a modeling study entitled 'Prediction of the spread and dilution of cooling water from the Delimara Power Station', which although was not a compulsory requirement for the processing of the IPPC application was deemed relevant to the application.
For this reason the Authority is extending the closing date of the public consultation phase from the 30th September to the 7th October 2011.
This document may be retrieved from the MEPA website on http://www.mepa.org.mt/ippc-applications-consultation.
The public may submit comments to MEPA by sending an email to email@example.com or by writing to the Authority at the following address:
Director of Environment Protection
(Attn: Environmental Permitting & Industry Unit)
Malta Environment and Planning Authority
St Francis Ravelin
During the consultation period, the operator will be organising dedicated meetings with Local Councils and environmental NGOs in the area.