This book examines and compares environmental impact assessment practice for wastewater treatment plants in the United Kingdom and Germany. `This rigourously researched book presents a revealing analysis of the differences in the operation of a crucial European instrument for managing the environment in two of the Union's most populous countries. One of its many strengths is that it contains the best discussion of the German environmental impact assessment system available in the English language.' Christopher Wood, Professor of Environmental Planning and Head of Department of Planning and Landscape, The University of Manchester.
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