Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
You must strictly control your use of 'blue colourant' (EC number 405-665-4 in the European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances) for colouring leather articles. You cannot use it as a substance or in preparations at concentrations higher than 0.1% by mass.
Consider using liquid dyes instead of powder dyes. This will help you prevent dust.
Handle and dispose of dyes with care. Make sure you do not spill dyes as treatment plants may not remove them from the effluent. Even a very small amount of dye can discolour a watercourse and could affect downstream water users.
Brewing and Distilling Technical Drop-in Day: Waste, Water, Energy, Brewing and Distilling is booming due to high demand for quality Scottish beers and spirits. All this growth is also leading to a boom in food waste, energy and water use.
How farmers can best manage air quality and ammonia levels, Advice for farmers on managing ammonia levels, while also looking at their environmental responsibilities regarding air quality. This blog has a particular focus on Northern Ireland.
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