Serbia — submit requests for IPPC permits on time
Industrial production processes have a dominant share in the creation of pollution in Europe (for emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollution, wastewater emissions and the generation of significant amounts of hazardous and non-hazardous waste). Over the past several years, Serbia has adopted a set of regulations for integrated pollution prevention and to control installations that have a high pollution potential (IPPC regulations). The most significant of these is the Law on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control enacted in 2004.
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