Case Studies in Italy of Potential additional Safety Measures for the Purpose of Land-Use Planning
In relation to the problems of territorial incompatibility posed by some major accident hazard installations, the Seveso II Directive invites the Member States to adopt additional technical measures in order to limit the risks for people and the environment. However, neither the Seveso II Directive nor its implementation in Italy, by the Legislative Decree 334/99, clarify in any way what measures may be effectively realized. This paper presents two case studies in which additional technical measures have been adopted or provided for the obtainment of territorial and/or environmental compatibility, by evaluating both the legal framework in which the measures are inserted and their effectiveness in terms of risk reduction.
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