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The Contaminated Land (England) Regulations 2006

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Regulation 3(c)

SCHEDULE 1SPECIAL SITES

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1.  The families and groups of substances relevant for the purposes of regulation 3(c)(i) are—

  • organohalogen compounds and substances which may form such compounds in the aquatic environment;

  • organophosphorus compounds;

  • organotin compounds;

  • substances which possess carcinogenic, mutagenic or teratogenic properties in or via the aquatic environment;

  • mercury and its compounds;

  • cadmium and its compounds;

  • mineral oil and other hydrocarbons;

  • cyanides.

2.  The formations of rocks relevant for the purposes of regulation 3(c)(ii) are—

  • Pleistocene Norwich Crag;

  • Upper Cretaceous Chalk;

  • Lower Cretaceous Sandstones;

  • Upper Jurassic Corallian;

  • Middle Jurassic Limestones;

  • Lower Jurassic Cotteswold Sands;

  • Permo–Triassic Sherwood Sandstone Group;

  • Upper Permian Magnesian Limestone;

  • Lower Permian Penrith Sandstone;

  • Lower Permian Collyhurst Sandstone;

  • Lower Permian Basal Breccias, Conglomerates and Sandstones;

  • Lower Carboniferous Limestones.

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