Defence Against Environmental Pollution
The land and its inhabitants are equipped with a set of legal rules that protect them against any harm caused by human activity.
When the suspicion arises that some actions could have a harmful effect on protected natural assets, and especially if they infringe basic individual rights, they can be subject to inspections, restrictions or injunctions, even if they adhere to their sector’s regulatory legislation.
Air pollution. Illegal emissions.
Noise pollution. The environmental inviolability of the home.
Light pollution and protection of the night-time environment.
Activities and facilities
Noises, vibrations, smells, electromagnetic fields.
Official complaints, enforcement of corrective measures, closure of premises proceedings.