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9. , 2000). 10. , 2000). 01 9/9/02 9:29 AM Page 25 Nitrogen Future legislation In addition to the legislation on NO3Ϫ, other controls are likely to be imposed in the near future: 1. The UK is committed to the aims of the Second North Sea Conference 1987 and the Oslo/Paris Commission (OSPARCOM), both of which require action to reduce nutrient inputs to the North Sea in the event that they are deemed to be causing a problem. 2. The EU Directive (96/61/EU) on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC), implemented in October 1999, aims to reduce a range of emissions to air, soils and water from industry (including larger pig and poultry units) by requiring the owners to have a permit to carry out their operations.
Agriculture, Hydrology and Water Quality by Philip Haygarth, Steven C Jarvis