If a Company wants to carry out processes that may cause certain emissions to land, air or water they must apply for a permit to do so from either the Environment Agency or from us. The Environment Agency regulates industries with the greatest potential of causing pollution to land, air or water. We regulate industries with less potential to pollute the environment.
There are three separate, but linked, systems of pollution control:
- Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC), which covers installations known as A(1) installations, which are regulated by the Environment Agency
- Local authority Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (LA-IPPC) which covers installations known as A(2) installations, which are regulated by local authorities
- Local authority Pollution Prevention and Control (LAPPC), which covers installations known as Part B installations, also regulated by local authorities
You can contact our Environmental Health team by email at email@example.com or by phone on 01572 722 577
Public consultation - Stamford Stone Ltd, limestone crushing at Clipsham Quarry
Rutland County Council has received an application for an Environmental Permit from Stamford Stone Ltd of Shadywell Quarry, Stamford Road, Helpston, Peterborough to operate a Limestone Crushing and Screening operation with a capacity of over 100,000 tonnes per annum at Clipsham Bidwells Quarry, Bidwell Lane, Clipsham, Oakham, LE15 7WQ. The Public Consultation period will close on Friday 15th March 2019 if you have any comments or questions regarding the application please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Environmental Health, Rutland County Council, Catmose, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6HP.
Any comments made will be placed on a Public Register which can be viewed by the public, unless the comments include a specific request that they are excluded from the register, please note there will still be an entry on the register to show that comments were received.
If a Permit is issued it can include conditions requiring the minimisation of dust from Limestone Crushing, Screening and associated operations. The Permit wouldn’t amend any other controls at the site imposed through other regimes such as Planning Conditions.