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  1. Oil storage in Scotland

    The Water Environment (Oil Storage) (Scotland) Regulations 2006 have been revoked. The provisions of these Regulations are now in the Water Environment (Controlled Activities) (Scotland) Regulations 2011 (as amended). The oil storage requirements remain the same except for the following: There is no longer an exemption for sites where there is an onward distribution of oil Premises security is ...

  2. Small scale sewage discharges (e.g. septic tanks or package treatment plants)

    How to register a septic tank.
    Septic tanks and package sewage treatment works are widely used for the collection and treatment of household wastewater where connection to the mains wastewater treatment system is unavailable. Septic tanks or package sewage treatment works are a form of wastewater disposal and are often the most appropriate form of treatment in rural areas. Why do small scale sewage discharges have to be reg ...

  3. Guidance

    Position statements Regulatory methods SEPA supporting guidance Dredging guidance Bank protection guidance Gold Panning Guidance Biosecurity and non-native species Pollution prevention guidelines Position statements These set out our approach to particular issues that arise during the regulatory process: WAT-PS-06-01: Multiple Ownership Operators – Authorising Existing and New Act ...

  4. Intervention Design Manual published

    02 October 2017 The LIFE SMART Waste project has published an innovative Intervention Design Manual to give environmental authorities and others a framework for choosing and designing waste crime interventions and making partnership agreements. The Intervention Design Manual for waste crime was prepared by Cambrensis with input from the SEPA project team, Natural Resources Wales and a range of ...

  5. Forestry

    A significant amount of land in Scotland is used for forestry purposes. We are responsible for ensuring that forest developments are designed to consider and, where possible, benefit the environment. We do this by overseeing various types of regulation and producing guidance and advice for those working in or involved with the forestry industry.
    A significant amount of land in Scotland is used for forestry purposes. We are responsible for ensuring that forest developments are designed to consider and, where possible, benefit the environment. We do this by overseeing various types of regulation and producing guidance and advice for those working in or involved with the forestry industry. Forest managers keen to ensure that forestry devel ...