A Manual of Environmental Protection Law: The Pollution Control Functions of the Environment Agency and SEPA

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Clean Air Act 1993 Chapter 11

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Part I: Dark Smoke
1. Prohibition of dark smoke from chimneys.336
2. Prohibition of dark smoke from industrial or trade premises.337
3. Meaning of "dark smoke".338

Part II: Smoke, Grit, Dust and Fumes
Installation of furnaces
4. Requirement that new furnaces shall be so far as practicable smokeless.338
Limits on rate of emission of grit and dust
5. Emission of grit and dust from furnaces.339
Arrestment plant for furnaces
6. Arrestment plant for new non- domestic furnaces.339
7. Exemptions from section 6.340
8. Requirement to fit arrestment plant for burning solid fuel in other cases.341
9. Appeal to Secretary of State against refusal of approval.341
Measurement of grit, dust and fumes
10. Measurement of grit, dust and fumes by occupiers.341
11. Measurement of grit, dust and fumes by local authorities.342
12. Information about furnaces and fuel consumed.343
Outdoor furnaces
13. Grit and dust from outdoor furnaces, etc.343
Height of chimneys
14. Height of chimneys for furnaces.343
15. Applications for approval of height of chimneys of furnaces.344
16. Height of other chimneys.345
Smoke nuisances in Scotland
17. Repealed346

Part III: Smoke Control Areas
Creation of smoke control areas
18. Declaration of smoke control area by local authority.346
19. Power of Secretary of State to require creation of smoke control areas.347
Prohibition on emission of smoke in smoke control area
20. Prohibition on emission of smoke in smoke control area.348
21. Power by order to exempt certain fireplaces.348
22. Exemptions relating to particular areas.348

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