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

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Abbreviations
All ER All England Law Reports
APC Air Pollution Control
art. Article
BATNEEC Best available techniques not entailing excessive cost
BPEO Best practicable environmental option
BPM Best practicable means
c. Chapter
COD Crown Office Digest
Crim LR Criminal Law Review
DoE Department of the Environment
EA Environment Agency
EC European Community
Env LR Environmental Law Reports
EU European Union
HMIP Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Pollution
HMIPI Her Majesty's Industrial Pollution Inspectorate
HMSO Her Majesty's Stationery Office
HSE Health and Safety Executive
ISBN International standard book number
IPC Integrated Pollution Control
JEL Journal of Environmental Law
LAAPC Local Authority Air Pollution Control
MAFF Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
MRS Metal recycling site
NRA National Rivers Authority
OECD Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
OJ Official Journal of the European Communities
p./pp. page/pages
para. paragraph
PPG Planning Policy Guidance Note
pt. Part
reg. Regulation
s./ss. section/sections
SCCR Scottish Criminal Case Reports
SEPA Scottish Environment Protection Agency
sch. Schedule
S.I. Statutory Instrument
SLT Scots Law Times
SNH Scottish Natural Heritage
SO Scottish Office
SSSI Site of Special Scientific Interest
WO Welsh Office

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