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The Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations 2000

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PART B
(a)

Producing pig iron or steel, including continuous casting, in a plant with a production capacity of 2.5 tonnes or less per hour, unless falling within paragraph (b) of Part A of this Section.

(b)

Producing, melting or refining iron or steel or any ferrous alloy (other than producing pig iron or steel, and including continuous casting) using–

(i)

one or more electric arc furnaces, none of which has a designed holding capacity of 7 tonnes or more; or

(ii)

a cupola, crucible furnace, reverberatory furnace, rotary furnace, induction furnace or resistance furnace,

unless falling within paragraph (e) or (h) of Part A of this Section.

(c)

Desulphurising iron, steel or any ferrous alloy.

(d)

Heating iron, steel or any ferrous alloy (whether in a furnace or other appliance) to remove grease, oil or any other non-metallic contaminant (including such operations as the removal by heat of plastic or rubber covering scrap cable) unless–

(i)

it is carried out in one or more furnaces or other appliances the primary combustion chambers of which have in aggregate a rated thermal input of less than 0.2 megawatts;

(ii)

it does not involve the removal by heat of plastic or rubber covering from scrap cable or of any asbestos contaminant; and

(iii)

it is not related to any other activity falling within this Part of this Section.

(e)

Casting iron, steel or any ferrous alloy from deliveries of 50 tonnes or more of molten metal falling within Part A of this Section.

Interpretation of Section 2.1

In this Section (and Section 2.2), “ferrous alloy” means an alloy of which iron is the largest constituent, or equal to the largest constituent, by weight, whether or not that alloy also has a non-ferrous metal content greater than any percentage specified in Section 2.2 below.

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