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  1. Guide to information

    The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (the Act) requires Scottish public authorities to produce and maintain a publication scheme. Authorities are under a legal obligation to: publish the classes of information that they make routinely available tell the public how to access the information and what it might cost SEPA has adopted the Model Publication Scheme produced by the Scotti ...

  2. 1167290

    CAR/L/1167290 A9 South of Bruar Layby 52, Near Pitlochry, PH18 5TN
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  3. Advertised applications under the Water Environment (Controlled Activities) (Scotland) Regulations 2011

    Advertised applications under the Water Environment (Controlled Activities) (Scotland) Regulations 2011
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  4. PPC Part B activities

    If you intend applying for a Part B permit or hold a permit already, this section will guide you through your obligations.
    If you intend applying for a Part B permit or hold a permit already, this section will guide you through your obligations. Part B activities are those listed under Part B within Schedule 1 of the Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations 2012 (PPC2012). These are generally smaller industrial activities and operators of Part B activities require a PPC permit in order to be able to u ...

  5. PPC Part A activities

    If you intend applying for a Part A permit or hold a permit already, this section will guide you through your obligations.
    If you intend applying for a Part A permit or hold a permit already, this section will guide you through your obligations. Part A activities are those listed under Part A within Schedule 1 of the Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations 2012 (PPC 2012). These are generally larger industrial activities, potentially involving discharges to land, air and water, and include activities ...

  6. Aquaculture Environment

    Information regarding aquaculture and its importance to Scotland's economy.
    Aquaculture is defined as the rearing of aquatic animals or the cultivation of aquatic plants in both seawater and freshwater for food and can take many forms. In Scotland, aquaculture is dominated by the production of fish – predominantly salmon, trout, cod and halibut, and shellfish such as mussels, oysters and scallops – but there are other important sectors as well. Aquaculture contributes t ...

  7. Surrendering an authorisation

    How to surrender an authorsation. Complete or partial surrender of an authorisation. Table of authorisations with decision making timescales included within it.
    You can process and determine a surrender application for an authorisation following cessation of the activity, or a change of location. This process can range from a simple notification to a full site review and remediation activities. Surrender may be whole or partial depending on the regime. Surrendering a licence means you will no longer have to pay any charges or subsistence fees for your ac ...

  8. Current/open consultations

    This page shows a list of current consultations being run by SEPA.
    We welcome your involvement in our policy making and invite you to comment on any of the current consultations available on our Consultation hub. Each consultation document gives details of how to respond and the closing date for responses. Current Consultations You can also view our closed consultations, as well as SEPA's responses to third party consultations: Closed consultations Cons ...

  9. Agricultural regulation and guidance

    PEPFAA code NetRegs Controlled Activities Regulations (CAR) Four point plan Farm soils plan Sheep dipping Agricultural waste Pesticides Aerial spraying Prevention of Environmental Pollution From Agricultural Activity (PEPFAA code) – Code of good practice The purpose of the PEPFAA codeis to provide practical guidance for farmers and those involved in agricultural activities, on minimi ...

  10. Sustainable riverbank protection

    You can protect your river banks from erosion sustainably and cost-effectively using trees or parts of trees to absorb and deflect the force of the river. This page provides information about the different techniques available.  Working in partnership with the National Farmers’ Union Scotland, individual farmers and other land managers, we have set up a network of demonstration sites across the co ...