Technology qualification and BAT assessments

BAT assessments

Definition of BAT

BAT (Best Available Technique) and BREF (Best Available Techniques Reference Documents) are advanced and proven techniques designed to prevent and control industrial emissions and their broader environmental impact. These techniques are expected to be implemented under economically and technically viable conditions.

Regulatory use

Governments increasingly use BAT, or similar concepts, to set technically-driven emission limit values (ELVs) and other conditions in environmental permits for industrial installations. This approach aims to establish permit conditions rooted in techno-economic evidence and achieve a high level of human health and environmental protection.

Vysus BAT services

Evaluation of air abatement technologies: Assessing and recommending technologies aimed at minimising air emissions from industrial processes.

BAT health check for site processes: Conducting a thorough examination of existing processes at a site to ensure they align with BAT principles, and identifying opportunities for improvement.

Incorporation of BAT principles into new designs: Ensuring that new industrial designs incorporate BAT principles from the outset, promoting environmentally friendly practices.

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