About this consultation
Five broad categories of stakeholders have been identified for this evaluation:
• Public authorities in the Member States, including those responsible for the implementation of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED), in particular for permitting, inspections and enforcement, and emissions monitoring. It will be important to understand views and specificities not only of national but, where applicable, also of regional and/or local competent authorities.
• Private economic sectors operators and their trade organisation representatives and EU level umbrella organisations (hereafter "business and trade organisations"), affected by the IED.
• Civil society representatives, citizens, research and academic communities
• Third parties, like for example EEA/EFTA countries, in particular Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, and further third countries, in particular Israel, Russia and South Korea, which use the IED to elaborate national legislation; environment agencies and other relevant public bodies, and international organisations, like for example the OECD.
• Stakeholders involved in related EU environmental legislation, such as Air Quality, Waste, Water, Circular Economy, the Seveso Directive, E-PRTR and related international agreements like for example the Kiev Protocol or the Aarhus Convention.
Why we are consulting
Stakeholders are consulted (a) to confirm the topics and issues covered by this evaluation, (b) gather factual information, data and knowledge about the implementation of the Industrial Emissions Directive, and (c) to gather their views on how well the Directive is working.
Responding to the questionnaire
You can contribute to this consultation by filling in the online questionnaire. If you are unable to use the online questionnaire, please contact us using the email address below.
Questionnaires are available in some or all official EU languages. You can submit your responses in any official EU language.
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