Effluent in UK Law
National Rivers Authority v Yorkshire Water Services Ltd
...... the benefit of a consent granted by the National Rivers Authority pursuant to a direction of the Secretary of State to discharge sewage effluent into Hunsworth Beck subject to conditions as to the nature, volume and composition of the effluent discharged. Yorkshire Water Services was further ......
British Waterways Board v Severn Trent Water Ltd
...... (1) above to have regard —- (a) to its existing and likely future obligations to allow for the discharge of trade effluent into its public sewers; and (b) to the need to provide for the disposal of trade effluent which is so discharged. ......
Attorney General's Reference (No. 2 of 1994)
......The indictment contained three counts alleging that the defendant polluted the river Lee by effluent from a sewage works, contrary to section 107 of the Water Act 1989. . 3 The case came before Popplewell J at Luton Crown Court. He was ......
Attorney General's Reference (No. 1 of 1994)
......The first respondents had the benefit of a "trade effluent disposal licence" (the Licence) granted to them by the second respondents to dispose of their toxic liquors into the second respondents' sewerage ......
Boots UK Ltd v Severn Trent Water Ltd
...... Trent's entitlement to charge Boots on the basis that it did over the period 1996 to the present in relation to the discharge of trade effluent from Boots' property in Beeston, Nottingham (the “Property”). The answer to this question turns on the correct interpretation of the definition ......
Taylor Woodrow Property Management Ltd v National Rivers Authority
...... 3. Nature and composition. The effluent discharged to the relevant waters shall not contain any traces of oil or grease. 6. Sampling Point. ......
William Moase and Giles John Eyre Lomas v Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions (First Respondent) South West Water Ltd (Second Respondent)
......Bathing Waters Directive". The conclusion is then reflected in the Environment Agency Policy Statement for Consent for Sewage Effluent Discharges affecting Bathing Waters (p.187). Paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Statement recognise the mandatory nature of the water quality standards ......
- Dow Chemical (Nederland) B.v v B.P. Tanker Company Ltd (Vorras)
R v Pennine Chemical Services Ltd
...... company, Pennine Chemical Services Limited, pleaded guilty to five counts of contravening a condition for consent for discharging trade effluent in breach of section 121 of the Water Industry Act 1991. The company was fined £5,000 on each count and ordered to pay £10,000 in costs. The ......
HM Attorney-General at the Relation of Peter Herry Bray (Plaintiff Respondent) The Urban District Council of Wellingborough (Defendant Appellant)
......It covers 240 acres. It is satisfactory for the present population and produces a good effluent, but it does give off some smell which is a source of nuisance. . 4 During the past 10 years or more the council have planned to build ......
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