Turkey's Energy Market Regulatory Board no longer requires
applicants to submit Environmental Permission and License
Certificate (from the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning)
when applying for a license to produce base oil from waste oil. The
document will now be required at a later stage, during the Energy
Market Regulatory Authority's Examination and Evaluation
The Energy Market Regulatory Board's Decision Amending the
Board Decision Regarding Oil Market License Applications
Explanations dated 25.08.2016 and numbered 6450-12 was published in
Official Gazette number 29818 on 1 September 2016, entering into
effect on the same date. Please see this link for full text of the Board
Decision (only available in Turkish).
Further information about recent regulatory amendments to
licenses for base oil production from waste mineral oil can be
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