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The plans for the plant were studied by the Environmental Impact Assessment (VIA), in a special permit drawn up and to be approved for environmental compatibility by the Department of Environment and Environmental Conservation and by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage from the region in question.

In the Environmental Impact Assessment, which singled out, studied and examined all the potential environmental factors involved, the following aspects were looked at in great detail:

• water consumption and water drainage
• emissions into the atmosphere and air quality
• the micro-climate and the surrounding land
• the sound emissions and the acoustic climate
• the electro-magnetic fields
• the site setting with its landscape
• the archaeological and architectural heritage
• the natural eco-systems
• the measures taken to eliminate or reduce unwanted effects
• the eco-compatibility running of the plant
• the environmental monitoring projects

After the study the VIA Commission pronounced, in the Decree on the 6th of November 2003, a favourable opinion on the environmental compatibility of the plan to build the plant.

Subsequently, the Ministry for Economic Development issued the authorisation decree n°55/06/2004, which authorised the construction and the running of the plant.

Lastly, in the decree by the Department of Environment and Land and Sea Conservation in protocol no. DVA/DEC/2011/0000451 on 5th August 2011, the complete environmental authorisation was renewed to run the plant.



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