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INTEGRATED POLLUTION
PREVENTION AND CONTROL (IPPC)

PUBLIC CONSULTATION

There is currently one application under public consultation 

 

Name of InstallationSant'Antnin Waste Treatment Plant
Environmental Permit Number EP 0021/09/D 
IPPC Permit Application NumberIP 0005/13/A
Location

Triq Wied iż-Żiju, Marsaskala

ActivityOperation of Material Recovery Facility and Mechanical Treatment Plant with Anaerobic Digestor.
Type of applicationApplication for new permit
Start of Public consultation21 March 2015
Close of Public Consultation21 April 2015
Public Notice 

The Malta Environment and Planning Authority gives notice to the public that WasteServ Malta Ltd  has applied for an Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC) permit of Sant’Antnin Waste Treatment Plant to include Operation of Material Recovery Facility and Mechanical Treatment Plant with Anaerobic Digestor. The installation is located at Triq Wied iż-Żiju within the confines of the Marsaskala Local Council.

Members of the public can inspect the application free of charge at the below stated addresses during normal office hours or by viewing the application online at http://www.mepa.org.mt/ippc-applications-installations-sant_antnin:
• Malta Environment and Planning Authority, St Francis Ravelin, Floriana;
• Marsaskala Local Council, 228, Triq is-Salini, Marsaskala, MSK 3314

Any objections or representations to the above IPPC application should be made in writing by either sending an email to the Authority at ippc.consultation@mepa.org.mt or by writing to the Authority at the address below.

Director of Environment Protection
Attn: Environmental Permitting and Industry Unit
The Malta Environment and Planning Authority
St. Francis Ravelin
Floriana

Any such objections or representations will be entered into a register which will be made public on the Authority’s website, together with details of the objector, unless the person making them requests in writing that they should not be so placed.  If there is such a request, the register will only include a statement that there has been the request.