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On the Road to Sustainable Production in the Enlarged EU -

Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC)

20 - 22 September 2005, Dresden - Germany



Presentations

First Day of the Plenary Session:

21 September 2005

 

(276 KB)

Presentation by an old Member State:
Benefits, efficiency and gaps – An assessment of the IPPC Directive
Erik Nyström, Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

(1.720 KB)

Presentation by the EIPPCB:
The Sevilla Process – Opportunities, Challenges and Perspectives

Don Litten, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies

(93 KB)

Report from Working Group 1:
The practical application of the BREFs: From BAT to Emission Limit Values
Juri Truusa, Estonian Ministry of Environment

(268 KB)

Statement:
An assessment of the IPPC Directive from the perspective of an industry
Jean-Marie Demoulin, European Chemical Industry Council

(66 KB)

Statement:
An assessment of the IPPC Directive and the Sevilla Process from the perspective of an NGO
Stefan Scheuer, European Environmental Bureau

 

Afternoon Session 1: Implementation of the IPPC Directive (cont.)

(709 KB)

Presentation:
Challenges in the implementation of the IPPC Directive – the view of a new Member State

Zdenka Volna, Czech Ministry of Environment

(104 KB)

Report from Working Group 2:
Existing installations: Meeting IPPC requirements by 2007

Balazs Horvath, Hungarian Ministry of Environment and Water

 

Afternoon Session 2: The Interaction of the IPPC Directive with other European Instruments

(657 KB)

Presentation:
The Interaction of the IPPC Directive with Other European Instruments – An Introduction

Dr. Siegmund Böhmer, Austrian Federal Environment Agency

(88 KB)

Report:
The Results from Working Group 3
Interaction of the IPPC Directive with other European Directives
Bohuslav Bezuch, Slovak Inspectorate of Environment

(398 KB)

Presentation of a Member State:
More efficient and simpler Monitoring and Reporting
Marianne Petitjean, Ministry of the Walloon Region
 
Afternoon Session 3: The Role of the IPPC Directive for the Development of International Environmental Standards

(323 KB)

Presentation:
The international impact of the IPPC Directive – Benefits for the environment and industry from the perspective of the World Bank
Alexander W. Indorf, International Finance Corporation

(774 KB)

Presentation:
IPPC and POPs – the Stockholm Convention and the UN-ECE Protocol on POPs
Hille Hyytiä, Finnish Environment Institute
 

Second Day of the Plenary Session:

22 September 2005

 
Morning Session: The future development of the IPPC Directive – Where do we want to stand in ten years?

(173 KB)

Presentation by the European Commission:
The Review of the IPPC Directive – Overview and Perspectives

Laurence Graff, European Commission - DG Environment

(37 KB)

Report from Working Group 4:
How to further promote good application of the IPPC Directive?
Philippe Lucas, Agence de l'Eau Seine-Normandie, France

(123 KB)

Statement by a new Member State:
A perspective on the future development of the IPPC Directive
Malgorzata Typko, Polish Ministry of the Environment

(140 KB)

Statement by a scientific or international Organisation:
The future development of the IPPC Directive – Expectations and Prerequisites
Andrew Farmer, Institute for European Environmental Policy

 

 

Conference of the European Commission - DG Environment and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

Supported by: German Federal Environmental Agency,

Saxonian State Ministry for Environment and Agriculture and

Ministry of Environment and Water of Republic of Hungary

 


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