The Business Operator, whose activity causes pollution in the environment, is provided with the relevant environmental permit, which determines 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 two levels (type A permit and type B permit), 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.
Environmental impact assessment is an assessment process which is required for various construction and production activities. Environmental impact assessment applies the principle of prevention from an early stage of project planning, in order to avoid or minimize the negative effects on the environment of the proposed project, through its harmonization and adaptation to the carrying capacity of the environment. Shehu & Partners provides this service in cooperation with the Environmental Monitoring Center. The required and ordered ratings are:
• Preliminary environmental impact assessment;
• In-depth environmental impact assessment.
To ensure that all waste is removed / relocated in accordance with relevant legislation and current policies and to minimize the risk of contamination Business Operators who are provided with a type A or type B environmental permit must obtain a III2B License for the transportation of waste generating.
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 a request to the National Environmental Agency.
The Business Operator of an existing installation, according to the provisions of the legislation in force, applies for change of the environmental permit conditions at the moment that has undergone a change in the installation therefore submits a request for review of the existing environmental permit type A and B.
Based on Law no. 10448/2011 as amended, Business Operators are required to complete and submit the Annual Environmental Report which is a condition of the environmental permit and is submitted once a year to the National Environmental Agency periodically.
Based on Law no. 10448/2011 as amended, Business Operators are required to complete and submit the Waste Management Plan, which is a condition of the environmental permit which is submitted to the National Environmental Agency periodically.
Based on Law no. 10448/2011 Business Operators need to complete and submit the Environmental Management Plan which is a condition of the environmental permit which is submitted once a year to the National Environmental Agency periodically.