Single environmental authorisation: administrative simplifications for small and medium-sized enterprises

Italian Presidential Decree no. 52 of 13 March 2013 (Regulations concerning the Single Environmental Authorization), which introduces into Italian law a series of administrative simplifications regarding the environment aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises, takes effect on 13 June 2013.

The Regulation envisaged by article 23 of Law Decree 5/2012 (Simplification Decree) allows for the simplification of seven environmental permits/authorisations for enterprises, merging them into a single provision. It is aimed at micro, small and medium-sized enterprises not subject to the provisions regarding the integrated pollution prevention and control permit…

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