Monitoring the Mossmorran Complex

Closed 6 Oct 2021

Opened 29 Sep 2021


We recently held four online events to allow members of the public to have their say on the future of monitoring at the Mossmorran complex in Fife. These events were hosted by SEPA, in partnership with Fife Council and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

Local communities were invited to join us in a series of online information events which:

  • Explained the role of SEPA and other public bodies in the regulation of the Mossmorran complex
  • Explained how air quality, noise and vibration are assessed and share information on what we currently monitor, including where, why and what it tells us.
  • We listened to your concerns about air quality and the impacts of noise and vibration.
  • Helped us understand what you would like to know about monitoring activities and how we can share the results of this in an accessible and informative way

If you were unable to join us, it's not too late to have your say. Please contribute by completing our survey.



Why your views matter

We hope to hear from as many people as possible to understand your views on monitoring at the Mossmorran complex. The information and views gathered during the events and survey will help inform SEPA’s review of monitoring undertaken around the Mossmorran complex and how information is shared in an accessible way with local communities. 


  • Local community


  • Community feedback
  • Regulated activities