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Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Pollution is part of the Occupational Health & Safety Information Service's online subscription. Bringing you a comprehensive selection of legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, including BSI and best practice which is updated daily, you can find documents on a wide range of subject areas such as Food & Drink, Environmental Health, Environmental Management, Fire & Offshore Safety.

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Documents supplied by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Pollution

Chief Inspector's Guidance Note Series 2 (S2): Combustion Processes: Reheat and Heat Treatment Furnaces 50 MW(th) and Over
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors - Environmental Protection Act 1990 - Process Guidance Note 2/10: Processes for the Production of Precious Metals and Platinum Group Metals
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors - Environmental Protection Act 1990 - Process Guidance Note IPR 2/8: Processes for the Production of Aluminium
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors - Environmental Protection Act 1990 - Process Guidance Note IPR 6/8: The Making of Paper Pulp by Chemical Methods
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors - Envoronmental Protection Act 1990 - Process Guidance Note IPR 2/6: Processes for the Production of Refractory Metals
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors. Environmental Protection Act 1990. Process Guidance Note IPR 1/5: Combustion Processes. Combustion of solid fuel manufactured from municipal waste in appliances with a net rated thermal input of 3 Megawatts or more (Superseded by IPC S2 1.05)
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors. Environmental Protection Act 1990. Process Guidance Note IPR 1/6: Combustion Processes. Combustion of fuel manufactured from or comprised of tyre rubber or similar rubber waste in appliances with a net rated thermal input 3 MW or more (Superseded by IPC S2 1.05)
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors. Environmental Protection Act 1990. Process Guidance Note IPR 4/11: Processes for the Manufacture or Recovery of Nitric Acid and Processes Involving the Manufacture or Release of Acid-Forming Oxides of Nitrogen. (Superseded by IPC Guidance Note S2 4.03)
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors. Environmental Protection Act 1990. Process Guidance Note IPR 4/17: Bulk Storage Installations.
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors. Environmental Protection Act 1990. Process Guidance Note IPR 6/5 - Toluene Di-isocyanate Use and Flame Bonding of Polyurethanes
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors: Environmental Protection Act 1990. Process Guidance Note IPR 4/22: Processes Involving the Use or Release, of Antimony, Arsenic, Beryllium, Gallium, Indium, Lead, Palladium, Platinum, Selenium, Tellurium, Thallium or their Compounds. (Superseded by IPC Guidance Note S2 4.04)
Chief Inspector's Guidance to Inspectors: Environmental Protection Act 1990: Process Guidance Note IPR 1/2 (Revised 1994): Combustion Processes: Gas Turbines
Environmental Protection Act 1990. Technical Guidance Note (Abatement) A1: Guidance on Effective Flaring in the Gas, Petroleum, Petrochemical and Associated Industries
Environmental Protection Act 1990. Technical Guidance Note (Abatement) A2: Pollution Abatement Technology for the Reduction of Solvent Vapour Emissions
Environmental Protection Act 1990. Technical Guidance Note (Abatement) A3: Pollution Abatement Technology for Particulate and Trace Gas Removal
Environmental Protection Act 1990. Technical Guidance Note (Dispersion) D1: Guidelines on Discharge Stack Heights for Polluting Emissions.
Environmental Protection Act 1990. Technical Guidance Note (Monitoring) M1: Sampling Facility Requirements for the Monitoring of Particulates in Gaseous Releases to Atmosphere.
Environmental Protection Act 1990. Technical Guidance Note (Monitoring) M2: Monitoring Emissions of Pollutants at Source
Information Leaflet 1: HMIP Offices
Information Leaflet 8: Fees and Charges for Integrated Pollution Control

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