Investigation. Appraisal. Approval.
The IED (European Design Institute)-Directive and the initial state report means new obligations for plant operators and industry. Die IED-Directive came into effect in November 2010. The aims of the directive were to standardize environmental specifications within the EU and to prevent unequal competition. Regulations (4 and 9 BlmSchV (Bundes-Immissionsschutzverordnungen) [Federal Emission Protection Regulations]) were adopted when the IED Directive came into effect. We will support you with all measures in the implementation of the IED-Directive.
- Preparing of initial report for plant licence (pursuant to BlmSchv Article 22 Section 2 of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) 2010/75/EU and § 10 (1a) BImSchG for certain plants, 4. BImSchV, Appendix 1, Letter E)
- Preparing of original state report as evaluation criteria for the final state after decommissioning or for preservation of evidence in the case of a subsequent retro- obligation (pursuant to Article 22 Paragraph 3 IED and § 5 Paragraph. 4 BImSchG)
- Investigation concepts for sub-plots or complete site areas
- Testing procedural processes
- Relevance testing according to lists of hazardous substances
- Hazard assessment and environmental relevance assessment (CLP Regulation) of hazardous substances used, generated and released on site.
- Checking the need for an initial status report.
- Co-ordinating with licensing authorities
- Soil and groundwater investigations pursuant to guidelines and standards.
- Soil and groundwater status documentation
- Toxicology risk assessment
- Expert assistance
- Planning security and risk minimisation for the building owner during approval procedures
- Legal and cost security
- High quality and reliable basis for planning
- Many years of experience and local knowledge
- Regional networking
- Interdisciplinary services from one provider (geo-scientists, chemists and process engineers)