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1 Incentives of EMAS for IPPC companies: Valencia Region experience RUTH GARCIA Environmental Government of Valencia Region Clean Technologies Centre (CTL)

2 2 VALENCIA REGION SPAIN AND VALENCIA REGION LOCATION (inh) km 2 (2006) CASTELLON VALENCIA ALICANTE

3 LOCATION Technologic Park, close to Research Institutes TASKS Support IPPC implementation in Valencia Region Participate in Valencian IPPC Commission Inform about latest developments in BATs BATs information and promotion Encourage innovations in BATs BATs Regional Guides to BATs  Tile sector manufactures  Textile  Pig farming  Wooden furniture  Metal  Toy  Quarry  Others CTL CLEAN TECHNOLOGIC CENTRE (CTL)

4 96/61/EC directive 2008/1/EC directive Achieve a high level of protection of the environment Reduce pollution coming from the more significant industries in EU Straight to the source SCOPE: ANNEX I INDUSTRIAL & AGRICULTURAL INSTALLATIONS (about in EU) 1. Energy industries 2. Metals 3. Minerals 4. Chemicals 5. Waste management 6. Paper 7. Textiles 8. Leather 7. Agro- food 9. Poultry, Pig farming 10. Organic Solvents 11. Coal Industry KEY DATES Entried into force in October final date full implementation of the directive DIRECTIVE IPPC: INTEGRATED POLLUTION & PREVENTION CONTROL

5 DIRECTIVE Integrated Pollution and Prevention Control  Public Participation  Integrated approach  Best Available Techniques (BATs)  Flexibility IPPC BASIS

6 IPPC DIRECTIVE: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION CITIZEN ENVIRONMENTAL INTEREST AND CONCERN ABOUT POLLUTION PROBLEMS PARTICIPATING SOCIETY Transparency Public access to information The European Pollutant Emission Register (EPER)(50) European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR) from 2007 (91) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

7 Air Land/soil Restoration of the site upon closure water Energy efficiency Raw materials consumption Waste Noise Cross media effects One single Permit: IEA Integrated Environmental Authorisation Whole environmental performance of the industrial plant Whole environmental performance of the industrial plant Major accidents prevention DIRECTIVE IPPC: INTEGRATED APPROACH Administrative coordination of all the competent authorities involved Administrative coordination of all the competent authorities involved

8 DIRECTIVE IPPC: INTEGRATED APPROACH Art. 7 Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that IEA procedure are fully coordinated where more than one competent authority is involved, in order to guarantee an effective integrated approach INTEGRATED SYSTEM EUROPEAN ADMINISTRATION NATIONAL ADMINISTRATION REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION LOCAL ENTITIES

9 COMMUNITARY LEVEL NATIONAL LEVEL Transpose directives Basic legislation Matters that impact in more than one Region Act 16/2002 IPPC Decree 509/2007 REGIONAL LEVEL REGIONAL LEVEL Valencia Community Self-Governing Statute LOCAL LEVEL IMPLEMENTATION OF IPPC DIRECTIVE IN SPAIN & VALENCIA REGION EU Directive on IPPC Integrated Pollution Prevention & Control Act 2/2006 for Prevention and Environmental Quality Decree 127/2006

10 IPPC IMPLEMENTATION IN SPAIN Act 1 6 / Act 1 6 / of 1 July 2002, on IPPC Spanish transposition of IPPC Directive New administrative procedure INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION (IEA) Scope INDUSTRIAL INSTALLATIONS LISTED IN ANNEX 1 Royal Decree 509/2007 regulation for the development and execution of Law 16/2002

11 IPPC IMPLEMENTATION IN SPAIN Act 1 6 / on IPPC and Decree 509/ Existing Annex I deadline:

12 SPANISH SITUATION ON IPPC INSTALLATIONS 5.035

13 VALENCIA REGION SITUATION ON IPPC INSTALLATIONS (Annex I)

14 IPPC: VALENCIA REGION Act 02/2006 for Prevention and Environmental Quality & Decree 127/2006PERMITACTIVITIES COMPETENT AUTHORITY INTEGRATED INTEGRATEDENVIRONMENTALAUTHORISATION Annex I Central Service Province Services ENVIRONMENTAL LICENCE Decree 54/1990 list Other hazardous activities not included in Annex I or II Local Entity ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION Innocuous activities Annex II

15 VALENCIA REGION IPPC IMPLEMENTATION Law 02/2006 for Prevention and Environmental Quality & Decree 127/ /08/06 11/08/07 11/08/08 11/08/09 11/04/10 Deadline Límit date for applications Existing Annex II installations dates:

16 EMAS Art 10: « Member States should consider how … EMAS … may be taken into account in the implementation and enforcement of environmental legislation in order to avoid unnecessary duplication of effort by both organisations and competent authorities » Art 11: « Promotion of organisation ’ s participation in EMAS, especially SMEs »

17 INCENTIVES OF EMAS FOR IPPC COMPANIES Royal Decree 509/2007, regulation for the development and execution of Law 16/2002 on IPPC Art 8:..In relation with a EMAS registered or ISO14001 certified installations by independent organism, the Autonomous Communities can establish simplification mechanisms to verify IEA requirements fulfilment, as well as IEA application, updating and following renewing procedures Decree 127/2006 de Prevention Pollution and Environmental Quality Cap.II EAI renewing, Art If an installation is EMAS registered, competent authority will assume legally compliance in order to get EAI renewing

18 INCENTIVES OF EMAS FOR IPPC COMPANIES Law 34/2007, 15th of november, for Air Quality and atmosphere protection. Art.21 : EMS. National Government & Autonomous Communities, in the scope of their competences, will foment the implantation of EMS in installations for private & public sectors with emission sources, in order to promote a cleaner production and a more sustainable market, contributing to atmospheric pollution reduction

19 INCENTIVES OF EMAS FOR IPPC COMPANIES Exceptions of financial guarantee obligation : Act 26/2007, of Environmental Responsibility. Art. 28 Exceptions of financial guarantee obligation : a)Operators of those activities that could cause damages whose reparation are estimated less than 300,000 Euros. b)Operators of those activities that could cause damages whose reparation are estimated between 300,000 and Euros that are permanent and continued EMAS registered or UNE-EN ISO 14001:1996 certified by a independent accredited body.

20 Royal Decree 1777/2004, regulation of companies income taxes. tax deduction for investments on facilities whose objective are the protection of the environment : -avoid or reduce emissions to the air - avoid or reduce water emissions -improve waste management or reduce waste generation Amount: Requirements: Legally compliance EMAS or Framework Agreement with Public Administration 20 INCENTIVES OF EMAS FOR IPPC COMPANIES %8%6%4%2%

21 Law 30/2007, 30th of October, of Public procurement Law 30/2007, 30th of October, of Public procurement. Art.70.Accreditation of environmental management requirements …it could be demanded a certification by independent body to demonstrate the fulfilment of certain environmental management requirements, referring to Eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS) or European or international standards, and certified by organisms in accordance to European legislation or European or International certification procedures Other INCENTIVES of EMAS

22 SITUATION IN VALENCIA REGION Working on permit conditional clauses EMS: Most of them had already ISO14001 certifications Lack of main barriers of EMAS (legal compliance, public communication, continuous improvement..) Annex II companies Environmental Licence companies Communication Licence companies EMAS implementation would help companies to comply with the regulatory instruments Annex I companies:

23 EMAS INSTALATIONS IN VALENCIA REGION Nº REGFecha InsORGANIZACIÓNLOCALIZACIÓNEMPLEATIPOCENT ES-CV /05/1999SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC ESPAÑA, S.A.Meliana (VALENCIA)480L1 ES-CV /10/1999BAYER CROPSCIENCE, S.L.Quart de Poblet (VALENCIA)85S1 ES-CV /03/2001CELESTICA VALENCIA, S.A. La Pobla de Vallbona (VALENCIA)694S1 ES-CV /12/2001AVIALSA T-35, S.L.Sagunto (VALENCIA) U1 ES-CV /12/2001AYUNTAMIENTO DE CULLERACullera (VALENCIA)60S5 ES-CV /12/2001HOTEL TRES CORONAS, S.L.Benidorm (ALICANTE)48S1 ES-CV /05/2002PARADORES DE TURISMO DE ESPAÑA, S.A.Xàbia (ALICANTE)57S1 ES-CV /09/2002CENTRO DE EDUCACIÓN AMBIENTAL CONSELLERIA MAAUVSagunto (VALENCIA)14S1 ES-CV /02/2003AJUNTAMENT DE GANDIAGandía (VALENCIA)12S4 ES-CV /06/2003AYUNTAMIENTO DE TEULADATeulada (ALICANTE)6M4 ES-CV /09/2003CLUB NÁUTICO DE ALTEAAltea (ALICANTE)20S1 ES-CV /10/2003IVA LEYING, S.A.Valencia105S1 ES-CV /11/2003ESSA PALAU, S.A.Almussafes (VALENCIA)31S1 ES-CV /01/2004 INICIATIVES I PROJECTES DE GESTIÓ SOCIOLABORAL DEL PAÍS VALENCIÀ, S.L..U.Enguera (VALENCIA)19S1 ES-CV /01/2004ECOLOGÍA DE AIRE - AGUA, S.L. (ECOAR)Vila - Real (CASTELLÓN)5M1 ES-CV /03/2004PARADORES DE TURISMO DE ESPAÑA, S.A.Benicarló (CASTELLÓN)55S1 ES-CV /05/2004CAJA DE AHORROS DEL MEDITERRÁNEOAlicante1.368L7 ES-CV /07/2004PROYECTOS CIVILES Y TECNOLÓGICOS, S.A.Valencia29S1 ES-CV /12/2006AYUNTAMIENTO DE BENICARLÓBenicarló (CASTELLÓN)346L4 ES-CV /12/2006RAYET PROMOCIÓNValencia7M1 ES-CV /12/2007INDUSTRIAS QUÍMICAS DEL VALLÉS S.A.Cheste (Valencia)61S1 ES-CV /01/2008AUTORIDAD PORTUARIA DE VALENCIAValencia L1 TOTAL2241

24 24 EMAS REGISTER IN VALENCIA REGION Installations:22 Sites:41

25 More Information INFORMATION RUTH GARCIA

26 City of the Arts & Science of Valencia THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION


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