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The Town and Country Planning (Hazardous Substances) (Scotland) Regulations 2015

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PART 3Substances used in processes

Column 1 Hazardous SubstancesColumn 2 Controlled quantity
Where it is reasonable to foresee that a substance falling within Part 1 or Part 2 (“HS”) may be generated during loss of control of the processes, including storage activities in any installation within an establishment, any substance which is used in that process (“S”).The amount of S which it is believed may generate (on its own or in combination with other substances used in the relevant process) an amount equal to or exceeding the controlled quantity of the HS in question.
NOTES TO PART 3
1. Expressions used in this Part and in the Directive have the same meaning as in the Directive.
2. The controlled quantity referred to in column 2 relates to each establishment.
3. Where S also falls within Part 1 or 2, the classification with the lowest controlled quantity applies. Where S also falls within Part 1 and Part 2, the controlled quantity which is lowest when the controlled quantities under Part 2 and Part 3 are compared applies.

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