December 9, 2021


From permit application to monitoring of facility emissions, AIS Environment will manage all your company’s environmental needs, so you don’t have to. Our services during this phase include IPPC permits, environmental permits and operational monitoring.


AIS will prepare operational permits for all types of facilities, including: 

  • Aquaculture
  • Batching plants
  • Bulk fuel storage facilities
  • Cement sites
  • Combustion plants within the scope of the MCP regulations
  • Farms and slaughterhouses
  • Hospitals, medical care and elderly care facilities
  • Hotels and accommodation facilities, Maintenance industry
  • Manufacturing industry
  • Petrol stations
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Quarries, Scrapyards and ELV facilities, Sewage treatment plants
  • Waste management facilities

1. Integrated Pollution Prevention & Control (IPPC) permit

What is an IPPC? IPPCs regulate high risk installations as specified in Schedule 1 of Legal Notice 10 of 2013 which transpose the EU Industrial Emissions Directive (2010/75/EU). Such installations include power stations, specific waste management activities and large farms amongst others.


Where does AIS come in? AIS will coordinate with the client to consolidate the documentation necessary for the IPPC Permit application. These documents are complex, detailed and highly scientific forms that need to be prepared as part of the IPPC permit application process. 

2. Environmental Permits & Registration

What is an EP? Environmental permits are needed for the operation of various facilities which have potential environmental impacts such as air emissions, liquid discharges and waste generation through regular monitoring.


Where does AIS come in? Our team of experts will consolidate and compile the documentation necessary for the permit application and submit on the client’s behalf. AIS would also tackle all questions/comments by ERA and other stakeholders, making the complex process hassle-free.

3. Operational Monitoring

Why Operational Monitoring? EPs and IPPCs often require facilities to monitor the environment for emissions and pollution. Such monitoring could encompass air quality, noise, marine ecology, etc.


Where does AIS come in? Our monitoring team would handle the monitoring exercise from start to finish, by preparing the monitoring programme and implementing it. The AIS team will also prepare reports to be submitted to the ERA as required.

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