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Protection of the Environment Operations (General) Regulation 2009
Current version for 1 September 2019 to date (accessed 21 September 2019 at 14:35)
Chapter 7 Part 1 Clause 92
92   EPA—non-scheduled activities
(1)  This clause applies to the following non-scheduled activities—
(a)  the mixing of crushed or ground rock with bituminous materials, but only if that activity—
(i)  has a capacity to produce more than 150 tonnes of bituminous mixture per day or 30,000 tonnes of bituminous mixture per year, and
(ii)  is carried out otherwise than on, or adjacent to, a construction site by means of temporary works used to provide bituminous mixture for that site (that is, works used for periods totalling no more than 12 months),
(b)  the production of pre-mixed concrete (for example, concrete batching plants) having a capacity to produce more than 30,000 tonnes per year of concrete,
(c)  activities (other than mobile waste processing) that include any one or more of the scheduled activities described in Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the Act and that is carried on by means of mobile plant,
(d)  the transport of hazardous and other waste of more than 200 kilograms per load (other than the transport of waste to which clause 48 of Schedule 1 to the Act applies or excluded waste),
(e)  the transport of waste tyres of more than 2 tonnes per load (other than the transport of waste to which clause 48 of Schedule 1 to the Act applies or excluded waste).
(2)  The EPA is declared, under section 6 (3) of the Act, to be the appropriate regulatory authority for non-scheduled activities to which this clause applies.
(3)  In this clause—
excluded waste means any of the following—
(a)  waste that is transported in the course of dealing with an accident or emergency,
(b)  lead acid batteries or waste oil collected for recovery,
(c)  stormwater.
friable asbestos waste means asbestos waste—
(a)  that is in the form of a powder, or
(b)  that can be crumbled or reduced to powder by hand pressure when dry.
transport of hazardous and other waste means the transport of hazardous waste, restricted solid waste, liquid waste, clinical and related waste or friable asbestos waste (or any combination of them).
(4)  Terms used in this clause that are defined in Schedule 1 to the Act have the same meanings as they have in that Schedule.