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The Urban Waste Water Treatment (Scotland) Regulations 1994

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and extent

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Sensitive areas and high natural dispersion areas

  5. 4.Duty to provide and maintain collecting systems and treatment plants

  6. 5.Requirements as to provision of treatment

  7. 6.Discharges of treated urban waste water

  8. 7.Discharges of industrial waste water to collecting systems or treatment plants

  9. 8.Discharges of certain industrial waste water into receiving waters

  10. 9.Dumping of sludge from ships

  11. 10.Samples and records

  12. 11.Monitoring

  13. 12.Deposit of maps and certificates

  14. 13.Information required in connection with implementation of the Directive

  15. 14.Enforcement of duties imposed on local authorities

  16. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      1. PART I CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFICATION OF SENSITIVE AREAS

        1. A water body must be identified as a sensitive area...

      2. PART II CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFICATION OF HIGH NATURAL DISPERSION AREAS

        1. A marine water body or area can be identified as...

        2. When identifying high natural dispersion areas, the Secretary of State...

        3. The following elements shall be taken into consideration when identifying...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      REQUIREMENTS FOR COLLECTING SYSTEMS

      1. 1.Collecting systems shall take into account waste water treatment requirements....

      2. 2.The design, construction and maintenance of collecting systems shall be...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      1. PART I REQUIREMENTS FOR DISCHARGES FROM TREATMENT PLANTS

        1. 1.Treatment plants shall be designed or modified so that representative...

        2. 2.Discharges from urban waste water treatment plants subject to treatment...

        3. 3.Discharges from urban waste water treatment plants to those sensitive...

        4. 4.More stringent requirements than those shown in Table 1 and/or...

        5. 5.The points of discharge of urban waste water shall be...

      2. TABLE 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR DISCHARGES FROM URBAN WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS SUBJECT TO REGULATION 5(1) AND (2)

        1. The values for concentration or for the percentage of reduction...

      3. TABLE 2 REQUIREMENTS FOR DISCHARGES FROM URBAN WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS TO SENSITIVE AREAS WHICH ARE SUBJECT TO EUTROPHICATION AS IDENTIFIED IN SUB-PARAGRAPH (a) OF PART I OF SCHEDULE 1

        1. One or both parameters may be applied depending on the...

      4. PART II REFERENCE METHODS FOR MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF RESULTS

        1. 1.(a) Every river purification authority shall apply a monitoring method...

        2. 2.(a) Flow-proportional or time-based 24-hour samples shall be collected at...

        3. 3.The minimum annual number of samples shall be determined according...

        4. 4.The treated waste water shall be assumed to conform to...

        5. 5.Extreme values for the water quality in question shall not...

      5. TABLE 3

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER

      1. Industrial waste water entering collecting systems and urban waste water...

    5. SCHEDULE 5

      INDUSTRIAL SECTORS REFERRED TO IN REGULATION 8

      1. 1.Milk processing.

      2. 2.Manufacture of fruit and vegetable products.

      3. 3.Manufacture and bottling of soft drinks.

      4. 4.Potato processing.

      5. 5.Meat industry.

      6. 6.Breweries.

      7. 7.Production of alcohol and alcoholic beverages.

      8. 8.Manufacture of animal feed from plant products.

      9. 9.Manufacture of gelatine and of glue from hides, skin and...

      10. 10.Malt-houses.

      11. 11.Fish-processing industry.

  17. Explanatory Note

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