Permitting and Regulations Team Services

Enzygo can support your business by advising on how to comply with environmental regulations through our in-depth knowledge of the environmental legislative framework and guidance and regulatory policy. We can deliver savings in time and investment by negotiating with regulators to secure the most appropriate and direct pathway to compliance for your business.

Our consultants have a wealth of experience in serving clients within waste, energy, water and industrial sectors including working directly for regulatory bodies within regulatory compliance and permitting roles. We can support the growth of your business in the following ways:

  • Completion of Environmental Permit Applications including Standard Rules, Bespoke, Surrender, Variation, Transfer Applications for site-based and Mobile Plants;
  • Drafting of Fire Prevention Plans, Noise Management Plans, Odour Management Plans, Emissions Management Plans, Site Closure Plans and other bespoke plans to ensure on-site activities minimise their impact on the environment and comply with Environmental Permit conditions;
  • Completions of BAT Assessments or options appraisals to determine or justify the use of selected technologies;
  • Environmental Risk Assessments including technical assessments and modelling including Air Quality Assessments (using bespoke modelling or the EA’s H1 database tool), Noise Assessments, Odour Assessments, Habitats Assessments;
  • Development of Environmental Management Systems to recognised standards or organisational standards;
  • Advising on compliance with COMAH regulations including completion of the environmental aspects of Safety Reports and CDOIF Assessments;
  • Advice and guidance on forthcoming changes to environmental legislation; and
  • Environmental training delivered through bespoke training packages.

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Permitting and Regulation Team

For a quotation or for advice relating to Permitting and Regulation, click the link above to contact our Permitting and Regulation Team. You can either contact us by phone or email and we will respond to you within 24 hours.