EPA Licenced Integrated Pollution Control Facilities
The EPA has been licensing certain activities since 1994. IPC licensing is governed by the Environmental Protection Agency Act 1992 as amended. IPC licences aim to prevent or reduce emissions to air, water and land, reduce waste and use energy/resources efficiently. An IPC licence is a single integrated licence which covers all emissions from the facility and its environmental management. All related operations that the licence holder carries in connection with the activity are controlled by this licence.
Search for an IPC application or licence using the IE/IPC Licence Search facility.
The material on the following search pages includes summary details of licence applications and certain related documents in electronic PDF format. At present, PDF documents available online include:
- All licences granted to-date;
- Applications received by the EPA since 1 December 2004;
- A limited number of applications received by the EPA before December 2004.
- Annual Environmental Reports for 2008 onwards.