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The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2013

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Regulation 12 (requirement for an environmental permit)

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10.  In regulation 12 of the principal Regulations, after paragraph (5)(1) insert—

(6) Paragraph (1)(a) does not apply until 7th July 2015 in relation to the Part A activities to which paragraph (7) applies, provided that—

(a)the installation at which the activity is carried on is in operation before 7th January 2013, and

(b)the activity is not a Part A activity before that date.

(7) The Part A activities to which this paragraph applies are those falling within—

(a)paragraph (d) of Section 1.2 (in relation to the gasification or liquefaction of fuels other than coal);

(b)Chapter 4 (in relation to the biological processing of chemicals);

(c)Section 5.3 (in relation to the recovery of hazardous waste in an installation with a capacity over 10 tonnes per day by biological or physico-chemical treatment, blending, mixing or repackaging, or surface impoundment);

(d)paragraph (a) of Section 5.4 (in relation to the disposal of non-hazardous waste by biological or physico-chemical treatment, pre-treatment for incineration or co-incineration, treatment of slags and ashes or treatment in shredders of metal waste);

(e)paragraph (b) of Section 5.4 (in relation to the recovery or a mix of recovery and disposal of non-hazardous waste by biological treatment, pre-treatment for incineration or co-incineration, treatment of slags and ashes or treatment in shredders of metal waste);

(f)Section 5.6 (temporary or underground storage of hazardous waste);

(g)Section 5.7 (independently operated treatment of waste water);

(h)Section 6.6 (preservation of wood and wood based products with chemicals);

(i)paragraph (d) of Section 6.8 (treatment and processing of animal and vegetable raw materials for food and feed)..

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Substituted by S.I. 2011/2043.

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