Business Operators, whose activity causes pollution to the environment, are licensed and provided with the relevant environmental permit, where are defined the necessary conditions to ensure that the activity / installation will meet the requirements of applicable environmental legislation. The issuance of environmental permits is determined according to a system consisting of 3 levels (type A, B permits and type C permits), based on the size and type of activity that needs to be equipped with a permit, as well as the possibility that the activity has to cause pollution to the extent that it may cause damage to the environment and endanger human, animal and plant health. Licensed entities that perform activities such as collection, transportation, storage, recycling, processing or disposal of waste of various types, etc., are required to obtain a license for their activity. “Shehu & Partners” undertakes the preparation, drafting, collection of documentation and final application until the licensing of the represented entity.
Environmental Impact Assessment is an assessment process which is required for the provision and high protection of the environment and sustainable development, through the inclusion of environmental issues in the design and approval of the development of a project with potential negative consequences on the environment by each Business Operator. “Shehu & Partners” provides this service in cooperation with the “Environmental Monitoring Center”. The required and ordered ratings are:
• In-depth Environmental Impact Assessment-Notice;
• In-depth Environmental Impact Assessment for Environmental Statement;
• Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment;
• Transfer of the preliminary EIA Decision to the NEA;
• Transfer of the environmental statement to MTM.
Activities of expertise and / or professional services related to environmental impact must be licensed. Business Operators who are provided with environmental permits, and carry out activities such as transportation, storage, recycling, processing or disposal of waste of various types, must be provided with a Category III.2.B License. This type of application, in addition to completing the prescribed forms, also requires the submission of series of legal documents, for which “Shehu & Partners” is committed to assisting interested persons.
Based on the legislation in force, for the transfer of the act of approval of the environmental permit for an installation that requires a type A or B permit, the Business Operator must submit to the National Environmental Agency, the transfer request. The request and documentation are reviewed and forwarded for approval to the Minister of Environment, who signs the transfer order.
The Business Operator of an existing installation, according to the provisions of the legislation in force, applies to change the conditions of the environmental permit at the moment that has undergone a change in the installation therefore submits a request to review the conditions of the existing environmental permit type A and B.
Based on law no. 10448/2011 Business Operators, in preparing the Environmental Impact Assessment report, as a condition for obtaining the environmental permit, must periodically prepare and submit annually to the National Environmental Agency, the Waste Management Plan.
Based on law no. 10448/2011 Business Operators, in preparing the Environmental Impact Assessment report, as a condition for obtaining the environmental permit, must periodically prepare and submit annually to the National Environmental Agency, the Environmental Management Plan.
Business Operators must complete and report periodically each year to the National Environmental Agency information on pollutant and waste discharges and transfers, assessment and monitoring of progress.