Integrated Pollution Control (IPC) is a regulatory system that is designed to reduce the impact of industrial activities on the environment by controlling emissions to air, water, and land, including noise and odor. The IPC system is based on the principle of Best Available Technology (BAT), which means that companies must use the most effective and efficient technology available to minimize their impact on the environment. The licensing system covers all emissions and takes into account the potential transfer of pollution from one environmental medium to another. By implementing IPC, industries can ensure that they are operating in an environmentally responsible manner, which ultimately benefits both the natural world and human health.