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Water and Waste Regulation

By: Louise Smail
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Published: 12-05-2022
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 696
ISBN: 9781526519016
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
RRP: £130.50
Online price : £117.45
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About Water and Waste Regulation

Contains a comprehensive account of water and waste legislation plus a detailed interpretation of the relevant statutory provisions and associated case law.

It also looks at how international regulation is changing and the impact that this has on UK water and waste regulation. Waste regulation is constantly evolving and this book looks at the impact Brexit will have on current regulations.

Water pollution law is the most developed of the pollution control systems and is a large and complex area of environmental law, with numerous laws at international, EU and domestic level. The regulation at these levels deals with a wide range of issues, such as 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 practitioners to feel confident in what is a complicated area of law.

Table Of Contents

What is environmental Law ?
Key concepts of environmental Law
Principles of Environmental regimes
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

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