Fostering public participation - Preliminary views from E.NGO
Fostering public participation - Preliminary views from E.NGO operating at regional level (EU)2nd Global Roundtable on PRTRs Madrid, 25 November 2015 1 Aims public participation improve environmental performance of industry / sustainable development (e.g. SDG 12 on SCP) improve transparency and (corporate) accountability in environmental
management track (+ improve) progress in pollution reduction identify hot spots, prevention measures and priorities for action 2 Aims public participation compliance promotion active engagement of citizens in decisionmaking stakeholder involvement in subject matters related to environmental
protection acces to justice 3 Supporting tools (I) Easily accessible, comprehensive and timely data / knowledge: user-friendly portal allowing for multi query search; e.g. http://ampd.epa.gov/ampd/ one-stop-shop solution (streamlining of reporting) and integration of data/knowledge key phases of decision-making opportunities throughout lifecycle of industrial activity
(EIA, permits, change in operation, inspections, inputs/output policy,...) 4 Supporting tools (II) Data of adequate quantity/quality that allows informed decision making to achieve aims: parameters that enable benchmarking (BAT/BEP uptake, input/output incl. products, substitution chemicals of concern) e.g. U.S. EPA (P2 search tool), ECHA dissemination portal / eChemPortal, SAICM, other improvement actions taken by operator NPRI
parameters that enable (real time) compliance assessment (e.g. CEMs data, real emissions versus permit limits, trends towards quality objectives, track record compliance) 5 Supporting tools (II) Contextual information (environmental quality standards and policy aims) e.g. (air quality ) http://aqicn.org (water quality) WISE/ EEA and FATE 6
Points for consideration Loads of relevant data / knowledge is generated How to make operational better participation that impact on present and future? Fit for purpose IT-Systems (multi-query / real time) Inclusion of relevant parameters, enable add-ons for benchmark promotion / pollution prevention measures Integration of related environmental information (knowledge on demand) Regular exchange with all stakeholders on expectations / follow up
7 Thank you for your attention ! European Environmental Bureau Bureau Europen de lEnvironnement Boulevard de Waterloo 34 B-1000 Brussels Belgium Tel: + 32 2 289 10 90 Fax: + 32 2 289 10 99 For more information: [email protected][email protected]
An international non-profit association Association Internationale sans but lucratif 8 Activity 1c: energy generation Major Accidents GHG, Heavy metals (hg), SOx, NOx, Dust (incl. PM) organic compounds,HCl,
Activity 5: Waste Treatment (integrated LCA approach hazardous chemicals) E.g. 2: Sink approach , EU Hazardous Waste Industry 10 Activity 5: Waste Treatment (integrated LCA approach hazardous chemicals) E.g. 2: Sink approach , EU Hazardous Waste Industry
11 Supporting tools (II) Contextual information (environmental quality standards and policy aims) e.g. (air quality ) http://aqicn.org 12 Supporting tools (II) Contextual information (environmental quality standards and policy aims) e.g. ( (water quality) WISE/
EEA and FATE 13 Supporting tools (II) CEMs direct reporting examples China: http://nmgepb.gov.cn:8088/enterprisemonitor/webpag e!indexPage.action# http://18.104.22.168:8800/ or http://gk.greenkm.org/upLoad/sort/month_1411/20141 1210749553998.pdf (loads *.pdf with overview)
US: http://ampd.epa.gov/ampd/ EU: facility / sector specific on facility website 14 Supporting tools (II) CEMs direct reporting examples China (checked) Province Power plant Link (some links need installation of MobileApp = Big Blue Map or Blue Sky Map) http://www.ipe.org.cn/PollutionMapApp_DownLoad.aspx http://nmgepb.gov.cn:8088/enterprisemonitor/enterprise-info!getWasteAirLists.action? companyid=10393&yesterday=2014-11-22 http://22.214.171.124:8800/enterprise-info!getNewMonitorInfo.action? intpath=&companyid=310000000248&yesterday=2014-11-27+&selectFlag=info&polluteTypeValue=
http://126.96.36.199:8080/newPub/web/publish/homeEnt.htm?3n-3c-36-3e-38-3n=1l-1m-1i-341q-1p-1l-1n-1e-1h-1m-1p-35-1e-1l-1q-1l-1l-1e-1p-1n-36-1n-1e-39-36-36-34-39-37-35-1o-37-1p-37-1h&383h-3n-38-3l-3j-3l-3c-3m-38-25-3i-37-38=1k-1j-1h-1j-1h-1h-1h-1h-1h-1h-1m-1i&38-3h-3n-38-3l-3j-3l-3c-3m38-2g-34-3g-38=sqt-13q7-lrf-tas-106s-m05-rdr-1919-llc-mbd&36-34-3h-3n-3i-3h-25-3i-37-38= http://app.zjepb.gov.cn:8089/nbjcsj/ http://188.8.131.52:8405/Enterprise.htm?entCode=37088301839&cityCode=370800 http://184.108.40.206/Main/History?enterpriseId=bb162398-dcdf-47ce-b70d-16ae05222cb2 15 Supporting tools (II) Big Blue Map / Blue Sky MAP MobileApp = Big Blue Map or Blue Sky Map) http://www.ipe.org.cn/PollutionMapApp_DownLoad.aspx - Displays facilities in noncompliance (Nox/Sox/Dust), mg/Nm
(hourly average CEMs) depending on parameter against permit limit for air/water release 16
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