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The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2007

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Regulation 74(2)

SCHEDULE 23Repeals

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ChapterShort titleExtent of repeal
1961 c. 64The Public Health Act 1961In section 34(5), the words “or waste deposited in accordance with a disposal licence in force under Part I of the Control of Pollution Act 1974”.
1974 c. 40The Control of Pollution Act 1974Paragraph 18 of Schedule 3.
1990 c. 43The Environmental Protection Act 1990

In section 29(9) the words “, subject to subsection (10) below,”.

Section 29(10).

In section 33(6) the words “or any condition of a waste management licence”.

Sections 35 to 43.

In section 44(1)(a), the word “or”.

Section 44(1)(b) and (2).

Section 57(7A).

Sections 64 to 66.

Section 74.

Section 77.

1991 c. 57The Water Resources Act 1991

In sections 85(1), 91(2G)(a), 161(1), 161A(1) and 203(6)(b), the word “solid”.

Section 88(1)(aa).

Section 88(3).

In section 88(4), the definitions of “disposal licence” and “waste management licence>”, and the word “and” immediately preceding the latter.

1995 c. 25The Environment Act 1995

Section 56(1)(c).

In section 114(2)(a)(iii), the references to sections 43 and 66(5) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.

Section 114(2)(a)(vii).

In paragraph 4(3)(b) of Schedule 20, the reference to section 66(5) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.

Paragraphs 66 to 74 of Schedule 22.

Paragraphs 76, 77, 82 and 83 of Schedule 22.

1996 c. 8The Finance Act 1996Section 43C(3)(b).
1999 c. 24The Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1999

Section 4.

Paragraph 5 of Schedule 2.

2000 c. 37The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000Paragraph 8 of Schedule 10.
2006 c. 16The Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006Paragraph 116 of Schedule 11.

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