UK - IPPC will not be extended

It is looking almost certain Brussels will drop plans to extend IPPC to more pig farms.
Thursday 28 May 2009 (9 years 1 months 22 days ago)
It is looking almost certain Brussels will drop plans to extend IPPC to more pig farms.

Following vigorous campaigning led by NFU, with NPA and Defra — and with pivotal technical input by Nigel Penlington (pictured) of BPEX — the clause has been written out of the 'recast' IPPC, an action almost certain to be approved by ministers when they meet next month. This is a significant win for the industry and will take a large weight off many producers' shoulders.

Proposed new pig and poultry thresholds have been deleted from the proposed recast IPPC and the deletions are expected to be agreed by ministers at Environment Council on June 25.

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