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Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1999
The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016
Application for a Permit
Just Trays Ltd has applied to Leeds City Council for a permit to operate an installation for additional manufacturing of Shower Tray bases and Bathroom Basins including the use of polymerised or co-polymerised pre-formulated Resins and Gel-Coats, at Units 5 to 8, Whitehall Industrial Estate, Ashfield Way, Leeds, LS12 5JB. This is in addition to the current Permit for the manufacturing of Shower Trays at Units 1 to 4 Whitehall Industrial Estate.
The application contains a description of any foreseeable significant effects of emissions from the installation on the environment. The application has been placed on the public register held at Environmental Action Service, Millshaw Park Way, Leeds, LS11 0LS and can be inspected free of charge between 9 am and 4 pm, Monday to Friday, by prior arrangement. Any written comments on the application should be made to the Chief Officer Environmental Action at the above address within 28 days of the date of this advertisement.
Any written comments will be placed on the public register unless they include a statement requesting that this is not done. If there is such a request the register itself will just include a note that representations have been made which are not on the register because of such a request.Read More