THE ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AND CO-ORDINATION (AIR QUALITY) REGULATIONS.
The objective of the Regulations is to provide for prevention, control and abatement of air pollution to ensure clean and healthy ambient air. It provides for the establishment of emission standards for various sources such as mobile sources (e.g. motor vehicles) and stationary sources (e.g. industries) as outlined in the Environmental Management and Coordination Act, 1999. It also covers any other air pollution source as may be determined by the Minister in consultation with the Authority. Emission limits for various areas and facilities have been set. The regulations provide the procedure for designating controlled areas, and the objectives of air quality management plans for these areas. The emission standards for mobile sources are however stipulated under KS 1515.
Air quality regulations 2014. Download
Guidance pack for application of the emission license for stationary sources as per air quality regulations. SEE HERE