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Refining, pollution control: Cutting fugitive emissions. Peter Childs. Petroleum Review December 2005, P. 34, 38

From October 2007 all existing UK processing plants and power stations will have to comply with the European Union’s (EI) IPPC Directive 96/61/EU, which aims to improve the management of industrial processes and ensure a higher level of protection for the environment. An important part of this legislation is reducing fugitive emissions, which will have significant consequences for all processes in any factory, reports Peter Childs, Managing Director, Beldam Burgmann, a UK packing and static seals company.

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