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

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The Environmental Protection Act 1990 (Commencement No. 15) Order 1994
S.I. 1994 No. 1096 (C.18)The Secretary of State, in exercise of his powers under section 164(3) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990,1 hereby makes the following Order:
Citation and interpretation
1. (1) This Order may be cited as the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (Commencement No. 15) Order 1994.(2) In this Order--"appropriate date", in relation to an appeal, means the date on which--(a) the period for appealing expires without an appeal being made; or(b) any appeal is withdrawn or finally determined; "authorisation" has the meaning given in section 1(9) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990;2"existing process" and "prescribed date" have the same meaning as in Schedule 3 to the Environmental Protection (Prescribed Processes and Substances) Regulations 1991;3"relevant date", in relation to an application for a licence, means the date on which the licence applied for is granted or, if the application is (or is deemed to be) rejected, the date on which--(a) the period for appealing expires without an appeal being made; or(b) any appeal is withdrawn or finally determined;and"scrap metal" has the same meaning as in the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 1964.4
Provisions coming into force on 1st May 1994
2. (1) The following provisions of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 shall come into force on 1st May 1994--
section 545 (insofar as not already in force);
sections 586 and 59;
section 60 (insofar as not already in force);
sections 647 to 67 (insofar as not already in force);
sections 738 and 74 (insofar as not already in force);
section 162(1) insofar as it relates to paragraph 27 of Schedule 15;9
section 162(2) insofar as it relates to the following repeals in Part II of Schedule 16-- the repeal of section 1 of the Control of Pollution Act 1974;10 in relation to Scotland only, the repeal of section 11 of the Control of Pollution Act 1974.
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1
P.210 above.
10
1974 c.40.
2
P.90 above.
3
P.594 above.
4
1964 c.69; see s.9(2).
5
P.147 above.
6
P.148 above.
7
P.152 above.
8
P.157 above.
9
Para.27 relates to an amendment to the Local Government Act 1988 (c.9).

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