The present time of transposition of the European environmental legislation into Czech food industry
L. Macháčková, P. Henemanhttps://doi.org/10.17221/4936-RAECitation:Macháčková L., Heneman P. (2004): The present time of transposition of the European environmental legislation into Czech food industry. Res. Agr. Eng., 50: 112-116.
The accession of the Czech Republic in the European Union has brought a necessity to adopt a range of new legal regulations and to apply them in our conditions. Their application however connects with a highly demanding and complex process of implementation of the individual acts of law, administrative and time requirements. One of laws that had to be adopted is the Act No. 76/2002 Coll. on integrated prevention and pollution control, on the integrated pollution register and on amendment to some Acts (hereinafter the IPPC Act). The Act imposes an obligation for all operators of various industrial and processing plants working at certain production or processing capacities have to obtain a so called integrated license without which their activities will not be permitted to continue in the future. At the beginning of the integrated licensing procedure, each subject concerned by the Act is obliged to file an application for the integrated license at a relevant regional authority. There is an analysis of the present time of the IPPC problems in Czech food industry. At the present time, the procedure of licensing and applications for the integrated license are at various stages of the process in individual enterprises.Keywords:
IPPC; licensing procedure; pollution; installations