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The Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations 2000

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PART B
(a)

Burning any fuel in a boiler or furnace with a net rated thermal input of 20 megawatts or more but less than 50 megawatts.

(b)

Burning any fuel in a gas turbine or compression ignition engine with a net rated thermal input of 20 megawatts or more but less than 50 megawatts.

(c)

Burning waste oil or recovered oil as a fuel in an appliance with a net rated thermal input of less than 3 megawatts.

(d)

Burning solid fuel which has been manufactured from waste by a process involving the application of heat in an appliance with a net rated thermal input of less than 3 megawatts.

(e)

Burning fuel manufactured from waste, other than waste oil or recovered oil or such fuel as is mentioned in paragraph (d) in any appliance with a net rated thermal input of less than 3 megawatts but more than 0.4 megawatts or which is used together with other appliances, which each have a net rated thermal input of less than 3 megawatts, where the aggregate net rated thermal input of all the appliances is at least 0.4 megawatts.

Interpretation of Part B

1.  Nothing in Part B applies to any activity falling within Part A of Section 5.1.

2.  In paragraph (c), “fuel” does not include gas produced by biological degradation of waste.

Interpretation of Section 1.1

For the purposes of section 1.1–

“net rated thermal input” is the rate at which fuel can be burned at the maximum continuous rating of the appliance multiplied by the net calorific value of the fuel and expressed as megawatts thermal;

“waste oil” means any mineral based lubricating or industrial oil which has become unfit for the use for which it was intended and, in particular, used combustion engine oil, gearbox oil, mineral lubricating oil, oil for turbines and hydraulic;

“recovered oil” means waste oil which has been processed before being used.

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