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

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Environment Act 1995 Chapter 25
Arrangement of sections
Part I: The Environment Agency and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Chapter I: The Environment Agency
Establishment of the Agency
1. The Environment Agency.420
Transfer of functions, property etc. to the Agency
2. Transfer of functions to the Agency.421
3. Transfer of property, rights and liabilities to the Agency.422
4. Principal aim and objectives of the Agency.424
5. General functions with respect to pollution control.424
6. General provisions with respect to water.425
7. General environmental and recreational duties.427
8. Environmental duties with respect to sites of special interest.428
9. Codes of practice with respect to environmental and recreational duties.429
10. Incidental functions of the Agency.430
Advisory committees
11. Advisory committee for Wales.431
12. Environment protection advisory committees.431
13. Regional and local fisheries advisory committees.432
Flood defence committees
14. Regional flood defence committees.433
15. Composition of regional flood defence committees.434
16. Change of composition of regional flood defence committee.435
17. Local flood defence schemes and local flood defence committees.436
18. Composition of local flood defence committees.437
19. Membership and proceedings of flood defence committees.438

Chapter II: The Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Establishment of SEPA
20. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency.438
Transfer of functions, property etc. to SEPA
21. Transfer of functions to SEPA.438
22. Transfer of property, rights and liabilities to SEPA.440
23. Functions of staff commission.441
Other functions etc. of SEPA
24. Consultation with respect to drainage works.442

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