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

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Index
agricultural practice:
good, codes of 288
Scotland48
agriculture:
meaning 547
sludge, use of see sludge
air pollution:
cable burning, offence of 354
colliery spoilbanks, burning of refuse 359-60
control, transfer of functions 88
Crown premises 362
information:
local authorities obtaining 355-6
local authority functions, regulations 358
notices requiring 356-7
appeals 357
provision to Secretary of State 359
inquiries 368
investigations and research, exemptions for purposes of 361
local control, guidance notes 818-21
motor fuel, regulations 352-4
oil fuel, regulations 353-4
prescribed processes, provisions not applying to 359
research and publicity 355
air quality:
Agencies having regard to 466
consultation requirements 520-1
county councils in areas of district councils, functions of 469-71
exchange of information 521
fixed penalty offences 522-4
guidance, issue of 473
interpretation of provisions 474-5
Isles of Scilly, application of provisions 474
local authority functions, joint exercise of 521
local authority reviews 467
management areas:
action plan 468, 470
designation of 467
local authorities, duties of 467-8
national strategy 465-6
public access to information 522
regulations 471-3
Scottish Environment Protection Agency, reserve powers of 468-9
Secretary of State, reserve powers of 468-9
Atomic Energy Authority
disposal of waste by 59
borrowing powers:
Environment Agency and Scottish
Environment Protection Agency, of 458
government guarantees 459
cable burning:
offence of 354
chimneys:
dark smoke, prohibition of 336-7
height of:
approval, application for 344-5
plans for 345-6
requirements 343-4
meaning 371
clean air see also air pollution; dark smoke; furnaces; smoke control areas
Crown premises 362
default powers 368
enforcement of provisions 365
entry and inspection, powers of 366-7
European Communities Act, regulations under 802
information:
power of local authority to obtain 367
unjustified disclosure of 363
interpretation of provisions 371-3
Isles of Scilly, provisions applying 373
local authority functions, joint exercise of 369
offences:
act or default of another, due to 365
body corporate, by 365
cumulative penalties 364
occupiers, duty to notify 364
Public Health Act provisions, application of 370
regulations and orders 371
statutory instruments, list of 799-801
transitory provisions 373, 376-80
works, power of county court to authorise 365
Community obligations:
power to give effect to 205-6
compulsory purchase of land:
Scottish Environment Protection Agency, by 442
contaminated land:
Agency:
guidance by Secretary of State, having regard to 184
meaning 164
site-specific guidance on 183-4
state of land, reports 183
contaminating substances escaping to other land, liability for 173-4
controlled waters:
affected by 164

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