Environmental Regulation Order
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- Pollution & Waste Management ,
- Environment agencies
The Environmental Regulation (Liability where Activity Carried Out by Arrangement with Another) (Scotland) Order 2014
31 December 2014
Environment protection / Permitting / Water / Waste
The Environmental Regulation (Liability where Activity Carried Out by Arrangement with Another) (Scotland) Order 2014 make persons carrying out regulated waste, water, industrial installation and sludge, slurry or silage activities on behalf of another party liable for the same offence.
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