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The Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (Additional
Designations) (England) (No 2) Regulations 2002 (SI 2002 No 2614)
came into force...
Food and drink industries
The HSE has published new guidance, ‘Sound
Solutions for the Food and Drink Industries – Reducing Noise
The Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2002
(SI 2002 No. 2675) have finally been released (see article by David
The DTI and OFGEM have issued a number of
consultation papers seeking views on the introduction of the
Horizontal guidance on noise (H3) has been produced
by the EA and SEPA. The guidance, which was produced after
Waste – prison sentences
Timothy Phillips was given a two month custodial
sentence after pleading guilty to four offences of keeping,
The definition of “waste” in Italy was,
until recent developments, set out in the legislative decree,
“Decreto Ronchi”, n.22, dated 5th of February 1997,
Wildlife and conservation
A consultation paper is seeking views on
legislative proposals to integrate the requirements of the EU
Freedom of Information Act
Two Codes of Practice have been made available to
assist public authorities with their implementation of the...
E argued that there had been a breach of natural
justice because the adjudicator had used his own methodology
without bringing significant issues to...
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