The Macedonian industry discussed the proposed regulation for industrial emissions
The Metallurgy Association in Macedonia organized a meeting in the country’s Economic Chamber which brought together representatives of the industry.
The aim of the meeting was to discuss the proposed regulation for industrial emissions. The members of the bigger manufacturing and energy companies in Macedonia presented their pre-prepared remarks and suggestions on the regulation.
The legal text, submitted to the industry for discussion, has to be adjusted to the current situation in the business sector, the company representatives agreed.
Their remarks on the proposed document referred to the need of clarifying all definitions and their harmonization with the other definitions of the national legislation, the questions related to the best available technologies and the period of transition that is asked to be extended from 4 to 9 years.
All the remarks and suggestions presented at the industry meeting will be systematized and delivered to the Ministry of environment and physical planning for review.
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