‘Best Available Techniques’– A future regime within the UK

Thursday 15th September 2022

Theatre :  Made in UK 


Following the UK’s exit from the European Union, the UK Government and the Devolved Administrations have established a new regime committed to defining and implementing the ‘Best Available Techniques’ for UK industry. The UK BAT process will set the industrial environmental standards required for the future protection of the environment within the UK. The ferrous metals industries will be one of the first industrial sectors to have UK BAT Conclusions created through this new process.

Chris YoungChris Young Senior Advisor UK-BAT -
Environment Agency
Paul Stevens, UK BAT Manager at the Environment AgencyPaul Stevens UK BAT Manager
Environment Agency

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