Pollution Prevention and Control (Designation of Landfill Directive) (Scotland) Order 2003 (S.S.I. No. 185 of 2003). | Land Portal

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This Order designates Council Directive 99/31/EC on the landfill of waste as a relevant directive for the purposes of paragraph 20(2)(c) of Schedule 1 to the Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1999. According to section 2 of the Act, the Secretary of State may by regulations make provision for any of the purposes listed in Part I of Schedule 1. Schedule 1 to the Act specifies particular purposes for which provision regulating polluting activities may be made under section 2 of the Act. Paragraph 20(1)(b) allows for making provision which corresponds to or is similar to any provision made, or capable of being made, under section 2(2) of the European Communities Act 1972 in connection with one of the relevant directives. The relevant directives are Council Directive 96/61/EC concerning integrated pollution prevention and control, Council Directive 75/442/EEC on waste, as amended, and any other directive of the Council of the European Communities designated by the Secretary of State for the purposes of this paragraph by order made by Statutory Instrument.

Implements: Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1999 (Chapter 24). (1999-07-27)
Implements: Council Directive 1999/31/EC on the landfill of waste. (1999-04-26)

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