Everyone with an interest in Scotland’s environment is being invited to have their say on the Scottish Environment Protection Agency’s (SEPA) sector plans for Scotch whisky, metals and landfill.
The aim of the sector plans is to drive compliance with environmental regulations. Successful future businesses in Scotland will use low amounts of water, materials and carbon-based energy and will create little waste. This sector plans aims to drive this ambition forward with a plan being developed for every sector regulated by SEPA by the end of March 2021. The first sector plans to be consulted on are the Scotch whisky, metals and landfill sectors.
SEPA are consulting on their draft plans and once finalised they will be implemented. Consultees have until 7 May 2018 to respond to the consultation which is available to view on the SEPA consultation hub.
Source: SEPA, 26 March 2018