Biomass leaflet - Oxford City Council


Biomass Developers Leaflet | Oxford City Council

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Air quality | Fife Council

17/6/2021 · Fife Council becomes the regulatory authority when a biomass boiler or stove falls under the Clean Air Act 1993. In this situation, boilers or stoves which are located within a smoke control area must not emit black smoke and should be using an approved smokeless fuel or an exempt appliance.

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Fusion Lifestyle

We have successfully worked in partnership with Oxford City Council to install and operate a biomass boiler in the new Leys Pool and Leisure Centre The biomass boiler is anticipated to deliver around 400,000kWh of heat each year, around a third of the total heat demand of the building.

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Air Quality - Biomass Boilers | Air Quality - Biomass …

Biomass boilers. Boilers 20-50MW. These boilers require a permit, issued by the Local Authority under LA-PPC (Part B) Regulations. Boilers >50MW. These boilers will require planning approval from the Infrastructure Planning Commission (IPC), and a LA-PPC (Part A) Permit from the Environment Agency. Summary of pollution control legislation for

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