Module 7: Best Available Techniques – Course 19: Automotive case studies
Welcome to the course on “Automotive Case Studies,” where we explore the practical application of Best Available Techniques (BAT) within the regulatory framework for industrial emissions control. As governments worldwide increasingly adopt BAT approaches to environmental management, this course offers valuable guidance on identifying and implementing BAT, BAT-associated emission levels (BAT-AELs), and other environmental performance levels (BAT-AEPLs). We also delve into BAT-based permit conditions, including emission limit values. Drawing on automotive case studies from Slovakia, featuring prominent manufacturers such as VW Slovakia, PSA Slovakia, Jaguar Land Rover Slovakia, and KIA Slovakia, we provide real-world insights into how BAT principles are integrated into the automotive industry. This course is designed for university students, government officials, and individuals keen on understanding the crucial interplay between BAT, BREF (Best Available Techniques Reference Documents), and environmental policies in the context of the automotive sector. Join us as we navigate the complexities of industrial emissions control and sustainable practices within the automotive realm.
Source: Automotive case studies, Rudolf Pástor , 2022
The course does not cover the entire topic, but only selected chapters. The topic is explained in more detail in the scripts that are available in the outputs section tab „Innovative textbooks“.