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The best available technology (BAT) is the technology approved by legislators or regulators for meeting output standards for a particular process. BAT for a given industrial sector is described in reference documents called BREFs (Best Available Techniques Reference documents). BREFs are the result of an exchange of information between European Union Member States, the industries concerned, non-governmental organizations promoting environmental protection and the European Commission. This exchange of information is referred to as the Sevilla process because it is steered within the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies of the European Commissions' Joint Research Centre, which is based in Seville. The process is codified into law by Commission Implementing Decisions. The most important chapter of the BREFs, the BAT conclusions, are published as implementing decisions of the European Commission in the Official Journal of the European Union. According to the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED), the BAT conclusions shall be the reference for setting permit conditions of (large) industrial installations.
Rema Tip Top is a Germany-based global system provider of services and products in the field of conveying and processing technology as well as for tire repairs. The company has a global service network and offers a wide range of polymer products, rubber linings and coatings for industry and the automotive sector. For Rema Tip Top, there are hardly any technical or economic limits to a tire repair. A typical case, which occurs almost daily in repair shops: A car owner has driven into a screw or other sharp object and the tire thus has a typical puncture injury in the tread. This damage can be repaired. But with a residual profile of 50%, many vehicle owners are rather skeptical and tend to replace the tires.