Water and Waste Regulation

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Water and Waste Regulation

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Description

Water pollution law is the most developed of the pollution control systems. This title contains a comprehensive account of water and waste legislation plus a detailed interpretation of the relevant statutory provisions and associated case law.

This book includes:

- A detailed interpretation of the relevant statutory provisions and associated case law
- The impact of Brexit on current regulations
- Discussions surrounding UK desalination plants, end of life vehicles and nature conservation
- The changes in international regulations and the impact that this has on UK water and waste regulation
- The regulation of water quality standards, water pollution control, fisheries, navigation, flood, coastal protection and marine pollution with a wide range of water pollution offences

The detailed treatment of the issues involved will enable environmental and energy law practitioners to feel confident in what is a complicated area of law.

This title is included in Bloomsbury Professional's Environmental Law online service.

Table of Contents

What is environmental Law ?
Key concepts of environmental Law
Principles of Environmental regimes
Waste
Water, flooding and drainage
Wildlife and habitat conservation
Regulatory Authorities and Enforcement
Environmental NGOs
Criminal and Civil Sanctions
Civil Law – nuisance, negligence
Types of Environmental Liability
Remediation requirements
A requirement to comply with a notice served
Liability under civil law

Product details

Published 08 Feb 2024
Format Paperback
Edition 1st
Extent 696
ISBN 9781526518996
Imprint Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions 248 x 156 mm
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing

About the contributors

Author

Louise Smail

Louise Smail has extensive experience in the field…

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