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

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Control of Pollution Act 1974 Chapter 40

Arrangement of sections

Part I: Waste on Land
Not reproduced

Part IA: Abandoned Mines
30Y. Introductory15
30Z. Mine operators to give SEPA six months' notice of any proposed abandonment15

Part II: Pollution of Water
General provisions
30A. Waters to which Part II applies18
30B. Classification of quality of waters19
30C. Water quality objectives20
30D. General duties to achieve and maintain objectives etc.21
30E. Consultation and collaboration21
Control of entry of polluting matter and effluents into water
30F. Pollution offences21
30G. Prohibition of certain discharges by notice or regulations22
30H. Discharges into and from sewers etc.22
30I. Defence to principal offences in respect of authorised discharges23
30J. Other defences to principal offences24
31. Control of pollution of rivers and coastal waters etc.25
31A. Requirements to take precautions against pollution26
31B. Nitrate sensitive areas26
31C. Registering of agreement27
31D. Repealed28
32. Repealed29
33. Control of sanitary appliances on vessels29
Consents for discharges
34. Consents for discharges of trade and sewage effluent etc.29
35. Reference to Secretary of State of certain applications for consent31
36. Provisions supplementary to ss. 34 and 3531
37. Revocation of consents and alteration and imposition of conditions33
38. Restriction on variation and revocation of consent and of previous variation34
38A. General review of consents34
39. Appeals to Secretary of State35
40. Transitional provisions relating to consents37
Ancillary provisions relating to discharges
41. Registers38
42A. Exclusion from registers of information affecting national security39

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