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Service Description: The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information through the establishment of a coherent and integrated E-PRTR, thereby finally also contributing to the prevention and reduction of pollution, delivering data for policy makers and facilitating public participation in environmental decision making.The E-PRTR Regulation includes specific information on releases of pollutants to air, water and land and off-site transfers of waste and of pollutants in waste water. Those data have to be reported by operators of facilities carrying out specific activities.In accordance with the provisions of the Regulation, facility operators to whom the Regulation applies have to report specific data to the competent authority in the Member State in which they are based. The competent authorities then transmit that data to the European Commission, which in turn, assisted by the European Environment Agency (EEA), has the obligation to make the data publicly accessible.Annex I enables operators to identify whether they are affected by the associated reporting obligations.The activities are grouped in 9 activity sectors: Sector 1. energy; Sector 2. production and processing of metals; Sector 3. mineral industry; Sector 4. chemical industry; Sector 5. waste and waste water management; Sector 6. paper and wood production and processing; Sector 7. intensive livestock production and aquaculture; Sector 8. animal and vegetable products from the food and beverage sector; andSector 9. other activities.Reporting is required if the threshold for pollutants are exceeded.

Map Name: EprtrFacilities_Dyna_WGS84

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Layers: Description: The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information through the establishment of a coherent and integrated E-PRTR, thereby finally also contributing to the prevention and reduction of pollution, delivering data for policy makers and facilitating public participation in environmental decision making.The E-PRTR Regulation includes specific information on releases of pollutants to air, water and land and off-site transfers of waste and of pollutants in waste water. Those data have to be reported by operators of facilities carrying out specific activities.In accordance with the provisions of the Regulation, facility operators to whom the Regulation applies have to report specific data to the competent authority in the Member State in which they are based. The competent authorities then transmit that data to the European Commission, which in turn, assisted by the European Environment Agency (EEA), has the obligation to make the data publicly accessible.Annex I enables operators to identify whether they are affected by the associated reporting obligations.The activities are grouped in 9 activity sectors: Sector 1. energy; Sector 2. production and processing of metals; Sector 3. mineral industry; Sector 4. chemical industry; Sector 5. waste and waste water management; Sector 6. paper and wood production and processing; Sector 7. intensive livestock production and aquaculture; Sector 8. animal and vegetable products from the food and beverage sector; andSector 9. other activities.Reporting is required if the threshold for pollutants are exceeded.

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