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Regulation Amending the Environmental Permit and License Regulation
- Subject: The Regulation Amending the Environmental Permit and License Regulation
- Date: 31.12.2020
- The Regulation Amending the Commercial Advertisement and Unfair Practices Regulation (the “Regulation”) has been put into force by being published in the Official Gazette dated 31.12.2020 and numbered 31351.
- To the Regulation on Environmental Permit and License, the “Provisional Article 4” with the “Transitional Process” heading has been added and to the Annex-2 of the Regulation on Environmental Permit and License, Article 8.7 with the “Waste Management” heading has been added, and the “License Subjects, Recovery” part of the Annex-3B table has been updated and new rows have been added and the “Waste Oil” row indicated in Annex-3C has been amended and new articles have been added.
- AMENDMENTS MADE WITH THE REGULATION
- With the Provisional Article 4 added to the Environmental Permit and License Regulation, it has been regulated that the facilities holding the Temporary Activity Certificate or Environmental Permit and License Certificate on the “Waste Oil Recovery” subject can continue their activities until the “Waste Oil Refining” trial production process is completed.
- With the Regulation, the definition of “Waste Oil Transfer Point” has been added to the section with the “Waste Management” heading in ANNEX-2 of the Environmental Permit and License Regulation.
- The phrase “Waste Oil”, stated in the LICENSE SUBJECTS section of the Annex-3B of the Environmental Permit and License Regulation including the annexes required for the Temporary Activity Certificate Application Form, has been removed and instead of the Waste Oil, the phrase “Waste Oil Refining” has been added and the “8-Trial Production Result Report” has been requested an additional document.
- The “Waste Oil” row, stated in Annex-3C of the Environmental Permit and License Regulation indicating the documents required to be submitted at the completion of the Environmental Permit and License process has been replaced with the “Waste Oil Refining”, and in this context, “TS EN ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation Certificate” and “Refining Facility Evaluation Report” have been additionally requested from the facilities.
- This Newsletter has been prepared as a general overview regarding the discussed matters. The information provided here is accurate as of the day of its publication. Narter & Partners Law Firm cannot be held liable for any action taken based on this publication.
- Kind regards,
- Att. Cenk NARTER