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The Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations 2000

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The storage, other than as part of any Part A activity or in a tank for the time being forming part of a powered vehicle, of any of the substances listed below except where the total capacity of the tanks installed at the location in question in which the relevant substance may be stored is less than the figure specified below in relation to that substance–

any one or more acrylates20 tonnes;
acrylonitrile20 tonnes;
anhydrous ammonia100 tonnes;
anhydrous hydrogen fluoride1 tonne;
toluene di-isocyanate20 tonnes;
vinyl chloride monomer20 tonnes;
ethylene8,000 tonnes.

In this Section, “acrylate” has the same meaning as “designated acrylate” in Part A of Section 4.1.

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