Grangemouth has a diverse range of industrial activities vital to Scotland's economy, environment and community-providing employment in the local area and across the country. The complex is home to Scotland's only crude oil refinery which produces the bulk of Scotland's fuels.
Other industrial activities include the chemical manufacture, storage and exportation. Sites are regulated under The Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations 2012 and Control of Major Accidents Hazards (COMAH). You can find more information on these below, along with latest updates for the complex.
Operations at INEOS Grangemouth
Date published: 23 February 2024
INEOS have notified us that they intend to bring KG Furnace F1G back to service this weekend. This will result in some steam venting and potentially elevated noise levels. It is anticipated that venting will begin tonight and will continue into Saturday.
If you require further information, or wish to discuss, please get in contact.View previous updates
What we have done
SEPA expects the operator to minimise disruption from these activities where possible.
You can view up-to-date messages on the company's X feed via @INEOS_GM.
Members of the public who are concerned about a potential pollution issue are encouraged to contact our pollution hotline using our online reporting form.
Authorities continuously monitor air quality in the area and this information can be found at the air quality in Scotland website.
Sites in the area
There are over 40 regulated sites in the Grangemouth area. Information on each site, with a note of the site licence number(s) can be viewed below. The latest compliance results for each site licence can be seen on out Compliance Assessment Scheme pages.More information on sites in the Area
Concerned about a pollution incident?
You can report it to SEPA online or call 0800 80 70 60