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The Environmental Protection (Prescribed Processes and Substances Etc.) (Amendment) Regulations 1994

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3.  In paragraph 7, there shall be added at the end the following sub-paragraph—

(3) Where by reason of such use or disposal as is mentioned in sub-paragraph (1), processes of different descriptions are carried out with the same plant and machinery and those processes include Part B processes falling within different Sections of Schedule 1 (but no Part A processes), those processes shall, notwithstanding the rule set out in paragraph 2, be treated as a single Part B process falling within the description in whichever of those Sections first appears in that Schedule..

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