Fabian Demicoli

MEPA accepts GRTU proposal to extend deadline

Consultation: Environmental Permitting of Industrial Activities  –  GRTU has this week written to the officials concerned at MEPA stating that after having reviewed the contents of the consultation document we noted that the time frame permitted to provide feedback in relation to this proposed legislation is quite short. (07.02.2012).

 

 

 

 

 

GRTU came to this conclusion after having come to the realisation that there are a significant number of sectors involved in this matter. GRTU therefore asked for an extension up to the end of April 2012. This would provide enough time to at least meet with the most important sectors involved and give them at least some time to provide a decent feedback.

GRTU has today received confirmation that following our request MEPA will be extending the deadline by 1 month-07.03.2012. MEPA also stated that it will also consider extending the deadline further should the need still be felt. GRTU welcomes this decision.

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