Cooling tower notification

The Notification of Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers Regulations 1992 requires companies where cooling towers or evaporative condensers are situated to notify the local authority.

Under these regulations all companies need to provide to their local authority details of where the notifiable plant is located, the person in control of those premises, the number of devices at the premises and their approximate location.

Updated record Company name Address Notes
10 July 2023 Tenmat Ltd Northbanks Industrial Park
Frank Perkins Way
M44 5EW

One cooling tower is located on the left hand side of the building (looking from the main entrance side) Close to the Goods Out area. The cooling tower is connected to the cooling loop that circulated five furnaces.

16 March 2021 Libra Chemicals Brinell Drive
Northbank Industrial Park
M44 5AX
Three cooling towers
24 July 2020 Americhem 15 Cawdor Street
M30 0QF
Three cooling towers. One serving the laboratories, two serving the main production hall. All situated between the office/lab building and the production hall.
4 January 2011 Axion Polymers Limited Langley Road South
M6 6HQ
One cooling tower
2 December 2010 Valtris Chemicals 1 Bentcliffe Way
M30 0LS
Two cooling towers serving Bentlifffe area of the site
2 December 2010 BOC Wardley Industrial Estate
Priestly Road
M28 2LY
One cooling tower
28 September 2010 Chemipat Limited Sherborne Street West
M3 7LF
Two cooling towers
13 May 2011 CTG Limited Olympic House
Olympic Court
M50 2QP
One cooling tower

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This page was last updated on 2 August 2023

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