IMPEL held its 9th IMPEL General Assembly last week in the beautiful city of Copenhagen on the 07-08 June 2012.
IMPEL’s bi-annual meeting brought together representatives of 28 countries and 42 environment agencies and authorities around Europe. The group approved several new project reports:
Development of an easy and flexible risk assessment tool as a part of the [...]...
Point source discharges and effluents from industrial activities are amongst the main reason across EU Member States which create significant pressures on the aquatic ecosystem.
The IMPEL project, “Linking the implementation of the Water Framework Directive to the implementation of the IPPC Directive,” has developed two reports on linkages between both directives and on challenges and [...]...
Draft revised guidance for the pulp and paper sector has been issued by the IPPC Bureau in Seville. A deadline for receiving comments on the second draft of the revised Pulp, Paper and Board (PP) BREF has been set as the 13 July 2012.
There is also a second draft of the revised Mineral Oil and Gas Refineries (REF) [...]...
A multi annual strategic programme is being developed by IMPEL and would like to gather the ideas and thoughts about what should be in that programme for the coming years. An initial questionnaire has been developed that will help to drive the network to focus its activities onto delivering good environmental outcomes.
To contribute, please download [...]...
Interpol hosted a conference in Lyon, France between the 27th and 29th March 2012 on environmental compliance and enforcement. A report of the conference drafted by one of IMPEL’s members can be found below. Further information about the conference can be found on the Interpol website.
IMPEL publishes its first newsletter of 2012!
For information please contact the IMPEL Secretariat.