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The revised final draft of the JRC Reference Report on Monitoring of Emissions to Air and Water from IED installations (ROM) has been issued on 05/06/2017.

The first draft of the BREF on Waste Incineration (WI) has been issued on 24/05/2017. Deadline to receive comments: 08 September 2017.

28 April 2017: The eleventh meeting of the IED Article 75 Committee took place to give an opinion on the BAT conclusions for Large Combustion Plants.

5 April 2017: The tenth meeting of the IED Article 13 Forum took place to give an opinion on the Final draft of Large Volume Organic Chemicals BREF as well as to discuss standard text for BAT conclusions and the update of the work programme for 2017.

19-23 March 2017: Final TWG meeting for the review of the Waste Treatment (WT) BREF in Seville.

21 February 2017: The Commission implementing decision establishing the BAT conclusions for the Intensive Rearing of Poultry or Pigs has been published on the Official Journal of the European Union.

The final draft of the BREF in Large Volume Organic Chemical Industry (LVOC) has been issued on 08/02/2017. Deadline to receive IED Article 13 Forum comments: 10/03/2017.

The first draft of the BREF in the Food, Drink and Milk Industries (FDM) has been issued on 31/01/2017. Deadline to receive comments: 21 April 2017.

The call for initial positions for the drawing up of the Common Waste Gas Treatment in the Chemical Sector (WGC) BREF has been issued. Deadline for submitting positions: 10 March 2017.

15-18 November 2016: Kick-off meeting for the review of the Ferrous Metals Processing (FMP) BREF.

20 October 2016: The ninth meeting of the IED Article 13 Forum took place to give an opinion on the BREF for Large Combustion Plants (LCP) as well as to discuss the update of the Work programme.

3 October 2016: The tenth meeting of the IED Article 75 Committee took place to give an opinion on the BAT conclusions for the Intensive Rearing of Poultry or Pigs.

30 June 2016: The Commission implementing decision establishing the BAT conclusions for the Non-Ferrous Metals Industries has been published on the Official Journal of the European Union.

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Welcome to the European IPPC Bureau (EIPPCB)

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The European IPPC Bureau is part of the Circular Economy and Industrial Leadership Unit of Directorate B - Growth and Innovation. Growth and Innovation is one of the six scientific directorates of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC).

The European Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC) Bureau (EIPPCB) was set up in 1997 to organise an exchange of information between Member States, industry and non-governmental organisations promoting environmental protection on Best Available Techniques (BAT), associated monitoring and developments in them.

With the entry into force of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED, 2010/75/EU), the EIPPCB organises and coordinates the exchange of information that leads to the drawing up and review of BAT reference documents according to the dispositions of the Guidance document on the exchange of information (Commission Implementing Decision 2012/119/EU).

The European IPPC Bureau is an output oriented team which produces reference documents on Best Available Techniques, called BREFs. BREFs are the main reference documents used by competent authorities in Member States when issuing operating permits for the installations that represent a significant pollution potential in Europe. There are about 50000 of these installations in Europe.

In the international context, the European information exchange on best available techniques is considered to be an EU contribution to the global process initiated in 2002 at the World Summit on Sustainable Development so that non-EU countries can also reap the benefits of this ambitious work.

As the science and knowledge service of the European Commission, the Joint Research Centre's mission is to support EU policies with independent evidence throughout the whole policy cycle.