ABV Development is approved by the Walloon and Brussels regions to carry out all reports and technical studies linked to the IED (technical dossier, basic report etc.). The IED is a European directive on industrial emissions. It targets, in an integrated way, the impacts and environmental emissions to which certain industrial activities can give rise. Its scope is very broad, taking in all the environmental aspects: release of substances to the air and water, protection of soil and groundwater, waste management, storage of dangerous substances, and innovative processes to limit environmental impacts.
We offer you an integrated approach to IED regulations when developing your projects.
ABV Development supports and advises you in order to ensure that your activities comply with the REACH and CLP regulations, including through the following services:
Determining your obligations, prerogatives and action priorities in applying REACH
Checking that your safety data sheets are compliant (whether they are your own ones or are provided by your suppliers)
Compiling registration dossiers
Advising on classification and labelling (CLP)
Seeking appropriate solutions for substitution (for substances subject to authorisation or restriction)
Our team has deep, pragmatic knowledge of the relevant regulations and of the guidance documents developed, notably, by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). This expertise is placed at the service of businesses, enabling a tailored approach to the European regulations on chemicals.
As regards industrial safety, ABV Development offers a field approach to Major Hazard Management (MHM), together with analysis of the industrial safety aspects (whether at “Seveso” sites or elsewhere). ABV Development has developed a methodology that draws on competences acquired during almost 20 years of service to industry.
Our assistance to businesses simultaneously covers the legal, technical and administrative aspects. We act as an interface between industry and the regional (MHM desk) and federal (DRC) administrations responsible for managing what are known as “Seveso” dossiers.
In the context of applications for permits, we also prepare the safety study or the hazard identification notice.