Mersen Scotland Holytown Limited - PPC Variation Application

Closed 15 Sep 2021

Opened 12 Aug 2021


It is part of SEPA’s remit to maintain a high-quality environment by setting permit conditions which limit the impacts associated with installations operating under Pollution Prevention and Control (PPC) Part A regulations.

Application details

We received an application from Mersen Scotland Holytown Limited, 11 Woodside, Eurocentral, Holytown, ML1 4XL to vary their existing PPC permit (PPC/A/1018364).

A summary of their application is available below:

Why your views matter

SEPA has assessed the application and has drafted new permit conditions. These, along with the decision document, are available below:

This is your opportunity to let us know your views on the proposed conditions.  The consultation will be open for 28 days from date of publication.  SEPA will consider any comments received between 18 August and 15 September 2021 before issuing the final decision.

Your comments will be published unless you ask us not to, in which case we will publish a note saying that we received a response but have not made it publicly available.

What happens next

SEPA will consider any comments received during the consultation period between 29 July and 26 August 2021 before issuing the final deision.  If no comments are received, SEPA will issue the final decision no later than 2 September 2021 and issued documents will be published here. 

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