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duty of care under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and your business
|Statement||by Andrew Bryce.|
|Series||Property update supplement|
|Contributions||Cameron Markby Hewitt, Firm.|
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Under Part IIa of the Environmental Protection Act  “controlled waters” are defined as: “territorial waters which extend seawards for three miles, coastal waters, inland freshwaters, that is to say, the waters in any relevant lake or pond or of so much of any relevant river or watercourse as is above the freshwater limit, and. environmental protection Environmental protection is a practice of protecting the environment, on individual, organizational or governmental level, for the benefit of the natural environment and (or) humans. Used for broad environmental initiatives or legislation, such as clean air and water programs. Can be distinguished from Landscape Protection in that its motivation is primarily scientific. The report estimates the benefits and costs of historical air pollution control programs under the Clean Air Act by comparing the differences between two scenarios: a scenario which reflects historical economic and environmental conditions observed with the Clean Air Act in place and a hypothetical scenario which projects the economic and environmental conditions which would have prevailed.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedThis pdf of care is provided under section 34 of pdf Environmental Protection Act (EPA). It also applies to anyone who acts as a broker and has control of waste.
A breach of the duty of care could lead to a penalty of up to £5, if convicted in the Magistrates Court or .Environmental Protection Act Introduction This is a voluminous and detailed framework Act.
The Act consists of sections and 16 schedules. The following text concentrates on relevant sections and requirements.
Amendments. EPA has been amended by the. Environment Actthe. Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment ActtheFile Size: 65KB.These Regulations impose requirements under section 34(5) of the Act on any person who is ebook to the duty of care as respects the making and retention of documents and the furnishing of copies of them.
Breach of the duty of care or of these Regulations is a criminal offence.