Selected issues of the Czech legal regulation of stationary sources of air pollution release_ttmfbyhnk5crnpuxbixwr7kncy

by Tereza Fabšíková

Published in Prawne Problemy Górnictwa i Ochrony Środowiska by University of Silesia in Katowice.

2022   p1-15


The legal regulation of stationary sources of air pollution is an important part of the air protection in law. This paper is focused on selected issues of placing and operating all stationary sources in the Czech Republic, from the smaller ones (e.g. located in houses) to the larger ones. The regulation is mainly carried out by binding opinions and permits for operation and by the determination of some emission limits. Some obligations are also imposed on the operators of stationary sources and in the case of some stationary sources also compensatory measures and operating orders are required. In the text, the most important legal topics connected with stationary sources are discussed.
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