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The Management of Extractive Waste (Scotland) Regulations 2010

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Inert waste, unpolluted soil and peat-related waste

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7.—(1) This regulation applies where extractive waste is—

(a)inert waste or unpolluted soil resulting from the prospecting, extraction, treatment or storage of mineral resources; or

(b)waste resulting from the extraction, treatment or storage of peat,

and is not deposited in a Category A waste facility.

(2) The waste management plan need not include the matters required by regulation 11(1)(a) and (b).

(3) Where the planning authority is satisfied that the other requirements of regulation 11 are met, in granting planning permission the only conditions the planning authority shall impose in pursuance of these Regulations are such conditions as are necessary to ensure compliance with—

(a)regulations 14(a) and 16;

(b)in regulation 22(1)(c) to (h), (2)(a) and (3); and

(c)in regulation 23, paragraphs (1), (3) and (4), subject to any modification the planning authority considers appropriate under regulation 23(2).

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