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Council Services:

Pollution control: petrol stations

There are new [Stage II] vapour control requirements for existing service stations that handle more than 3500m3 or more of petrol in any 12-month period beginning on or after 1 January 2007 and new stations handling more than 500m3 of petrol.

An “existing service station” is defined as one which is put into operation or has received planning permission before 31 December 2009. A “new service station” is one which is put into operation on or after 31 December 2009 and which doesn’t fall within the definition of an existing station.

Read the Process Guidance Note on Unloading of Petrol into Storage at Petrol Stations PG1/14(06) for more information. Please see our “weblinks” tab.

Contact Environmental Health

Public Protection Department
Regulatory and Economic Development
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
General enquiries:01248 752820
Animal welfare:01248 752866
Housing Enforcement Team:01248 752836/752835
Health and safety:01248 752866
Food Safety Team:01248 752866
Fax:01248 752880
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