Decree No. 567 of 1995 containing Rules relative to the use on or in the Soil or Surface Waters of Construction Materials. | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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"Construction Materials" are defined as materials used in a construction and in which the content of calcium, silicium and aluminium together is more than 10 percent. Article 2 provides for analysis of contents of the materials aforementioned in construction materials. Article 3 indicates the competent authorities for purposes of this Regulation. Construction materials may be used only on or in the soil if the compounds of the material are analysed by the competent institution (art. 9). Chapter III provides for the use of construction materials in surface waters. Construction materials may be used only in surface waters if the compounds of the material are analysed by the competent institution (art. 22).(33 articles completed by 5 Attachments containing limit values for construction materials, and specifications of information which shall be communicated to authorities)

Amended by: Decree No. 610 of 2005 to amend the Decree containing Rules relative to the Use on or in the Soil or Surface Waters of Construction Materials in relation to exemptions and the future revision of the Decree. (2005-11-24)
Amended by: Decree No. 189 of 2002 to amend various Decrees to adjust to new terminology of the Environment Protection Act. (2002-04-09)

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The Dutch United Provinces declared their independence from Spain in 1579; during the 17th century, they became a leading seafaring and commercial power, with settlements and colonies around the world. After a 20-year French occupation, a Kingdom of the Netherlands was formed in 1815. In 1830, Belgium seceded and formed a separate kingdom. The Netherlands remained neutral in World War I, but suffered German invasion and occupation in World War II. A modern, industrialized nation, the Netherlands is also a large exporter of agricultural products.

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