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IPPC public register

Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IIPC) public register.

Some industrial processes have potential to cause pollution to air, land and water. Since 1990 some of these processes have required an 'authorisation' or since 1999 a 'permit' to operate from either the Environment Agency or their local Council under the Pollution Prevention and Control Act.

On these pages you can find out about the processes that Coventry City Council regulates. Each record contains information on the process, the permit and other data such as emissions inventories. You can navigate by business name using the A-Z menu below or by using the search function.

This register only includes information on Part A2 and Part B processes that are regulated by the Council. The Council is no longer required to keep a register of Part A processes which are located in Coventry and regulated by the Environment Agency. If you wish to obtain documents related to Part A processes within the city please contact the Environment Agency on 03708 506 506.

Copyright
Please note that most of the information held in this register is owned by the Coventry City Council and subject to copyright protection. Under the Re-Use of Public Sector Information 2005 Regulations you are free to use this information for your own use or for the purposes of news reporting. However, any other type of re-use under the Regulations, for example; publication of the information or circulation to the public, will require permission of the copyright owner and may be subject to terms and conditions. For documents where the copyright does not belong to Coventry City Council you will need to apply separately to the copyright holder.

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