By R. E. Hester, R. M. Harrison, Ronald E. Hester, Roy M. Harrison
Infected land and the equipment and felony controls governing its reclamation, for next improvement and use, are of significant crisis. overview and reclamation of infected land presents a entire number of articles that disguise a variety of concerns and a close evaluate of the present country of the technological know-how of infected land.
The commencing bankruptcy of this publication summarises the origins and quantity of the tainted land challenge and experiences a few of the most up-to-date medical advancements which are underpinning powerful infected land administration.
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Section 161, Water Resources Act 1991. Part III, Environmental Protection Act 1990. Paying for our Past, Department of the Environment and Welsh Oﬃce, 1994. Framework for Contaminated Land, Department of the Environment and Welsh Oﬃce, 1994. Paragraph 26, Circular 2/2000, Annex 1. 23 M. Lowe and J. This ‘primary legislation’ was inserted into the 1990 Act by section 57 of the Environment Act 1995, and consists of new sections 78A to 78YC. E Statutory Guidance issued by the Secretary of State.
Lowe perception over ‘contaminated land’, and the term was increasingly being used to describe problem sites, rather than just sites with contamination present but harmless. In addition, across Europe the terms ‘polluted’ and ‘contaminated’ are to a large extent synonymous, again with ‘contaminated land’ becoming more generally used as the term to describe problem sites. The intention in the UK was certainly not to imply that the scope of Part IIA was wider than it actually is, but rather to focus debate on when land contamination is a problem requiring regulatory intervention and what form that intervention should take.
This was speciﬁcally rejected in the drafting of Part IIA, not least because it raised various semantic drafting arguments in particular about the term ‘polluted’—did it, for example, pre-suppose some positive act of polluting? But public debate over contaminated land policy had also heightened 25 M. Lowe and J. Lowe perception over ‘contaminated land’, and the term was increasingly being used to describe problem sites, rather than just sites with contamination present but harmless. In addition, across Europe the terms ‘polluted’ and ‘contaminated’ are to a large extent synonymous, again with ‘contaminated land’ becoming more generally used as the term to describe problem sites.
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