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The Climate Change Agreements (Eligible Facilities) Regulations 2012

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and expiry

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Eligible Facilities

  5. 4.Reckonable energy

  6. 5.Calculation of reckonable energy from relevant commodities and electricity

  7. 6.Calculation of reckonable energy from dedicated electricity generation plant

  8. 7.Calculation of reckonable energy from combined heat and power stations

  9. 8.Calculation of reckonable energy from steam

  10. 9.Revocations and transitional provision

  11. 10.Review

  12. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      List of processes and activities

      1. 1.Where— (a) nitrogen, oxygen or argon is separated from air,...

      2. 2.Where kaolinitic clay in combination with any of its accessory...

      3. 3.Where calcium carbonate based minerals are processed for use as...

      4. 4.Where pre-formed or manufactured metal components are heat–treated to facilitate...

      5. 5.Where (in controlled, environment–protected structures) horticultural crops are grown, harvested...

      6. 6.Where textiles are manufactured: spinning, weaving, knitting, finishing but not...

      7. 7.Where plastic film is produced using extrusion to convert melted...

      8. 8.Where geosynthetic materials comprising at least one component made from...

      9. 9.Where silica sand in combination with any associated minerals is...

      10. 10.Where potassium chloride is extracted, separated, and purified to produce...

      11. 11.Where glass products or chemicals using glass as a base...

      12. 12.At an installation (which must be a building where the...

      13. 13.Where plastic materials, or plastic products (whether or not these...

      14. 14.Where refined salt for use in food products or supplements...

      15. 15.Where, not being a launderette predominately offering self-service washes or...

      16. 16.At an installation or site where natural gas is reformed,...

      17. 17.Where the further refining, conversion or use (otherwise than as...

      18. 18.Where unsaturated hydrocarbon or vinyl chloride (other than a pre-formulated...

      19. 19.Where— (a) toluene di-isocyanate or other di-isocyanate of comparable volatility...

      20. 20.At an installation or site where polyurethane foams or polyurethane...

      21. 21.At an installation or site where carbon disulphide, pyridine or...

      22. 22.Where organic compounds are produced except the production of—

      23. 23.Where hydrogen cyanide or hydrogen sulphide is used in a...

      24. 24.Where solvent is reclaimed or regenerated, any such reclamation or...

      25. 25.Where raw and part processed hides and skins are processed,...

      26. 26.Where glass frit or enamel frit is manufactured or used...

      27. 27.Where the main activity is the processing of red meat,...

      28. 28.At an installation or site where lead or any lead...

      29. 29.Where any non-ferrous metal or alloy is refined, any such...

      30. 30.Where— (a) gallium, indium, palladium, tellurium or thallium is recovered;...

      31. 31.Where beryllium or selenium or an alloy containing one or...

      32. 32.Where granulated blast furnace slag is ground, any such grinding....

      33. 33.Where hazardous waste is incinerated in a waste incineration plant...

      34. 34.Where non-hazardous waste is incinerated in a waste incineration plant...

      35. 35.Where one of the following wood-based panels are produced—

      36. 36.Except where an activity listed in— (a) Part A(1) or...

  13. Explanatory Note

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