Effluent in UK Law

  • Toward a total-cost approach to environmental instrument choice
    • An Introduction to the Law and Economics of Environmental Policy: Issues in Institutional Design
    • 223-241
    Most theories of environmental instrument choice focus exclusively on differential compliance costs. But compliance costs comprise only part of the total costs of environmental protection. Administ...
    ...... cost differentials may offset the compliance cost advantages commonly associated with economic instruments, such as tradeable permits and effluent taxes. Moreover, measurement and monitoring constraints may increase ex ante uncertainty over the differential costs and benefits of ......
  • Life cycle analysis and sustainability assessment of advanced wastewater treatment technologies
    • Núm. 15-2, Abril 2018
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 169-185
    Purpose: Wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) have long-time environmental impacts. The purpose of this paper is to assess the environmental footprint of two advanced wastewater treatment (WWT) tech...
    ...... emissions a ssociated with elect ricity production requ ired to operate the WWTPs , chemicalusage, emissions to wa ter from treated effluent and heavy metal em issions from waste sludge applied toland are the major cont ributors for overall environmental imp acts. SBR is found to be the ......
  • THE CRIMINAL WASTE DISCHARGER1
    • Núm. 27-1, Febrero 1980
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ...... Here the firm is allowed to dis- charge effluent, provided it does not exceed a specified level, called the consent. Once this consent is exceeded the discharge becomes ......
  • Water Conservation—a Need for Waste Treatment, Water Recovery and Recycling Within Industry
    • Núm. 5-5, Abril 1977
    • International Relations
    ...... spending on traditional methods of collecting, storing and supplying water as well as the treatment and disposal of waste effluents continues to rise steeply in all the industrialised countries of the world. The question must be asked, should these costs be ......
  • House of Lords
    • Núm. 36-3, Julio 1972
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ......An inspector of the river authority observed that effluent was flowing over into the river and laid an informa- tion alleging that the company had caused polluting matter to enter the river, ......
  • Comments on paper by Daniel H. Cole and Peter Z. Grossman
    • An Introduction to the Law and Economics of Environmental Policy: Issues in Institutional Design
    • 243-244
    ...... the economics of pollution control, I found that it deals with monitoring and enforcement costs in the context of comparing effluent fees with command-and-control (Burrows, 1979, pp. 133-135). And, albeit with less rigour, the consideration of these costs features in ......
  • Book Review: The River Pollution Dilemma in Victorian England
    • Núm. 24-1, Marzo 2015
    • Social & Legal Studies
    ......Urban drainage systems simply could not cope with the sheer volume of effluent, which was generated by an expanding population. The problem was compounded by the advent of the water closet and water carriage systems for the ......
  • Book Review: Environmental Protection and Human Rights
    • Núm. 24-1, Marzo 2015
    • Social & Legal Studies
    ......Urban drainage systems simply could not cope with the sheer volume of effluent, which was generated by an expanding population. The problem was compounded by the advent of the water closet and water carriage systems for the ......
  • Divisional Court Cases
    • Núm. 17-3, Julio 1953
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ...... A TRADE EFFLUENT CASE The Yorkshire Dyeing and Proofing Company, who were convicted in 1951 at Middleton Magistrates' Court of discharging trade effluent ......
  • Fixed-bed study of ammonia removal from aqueous solutions using natural zeolite
    • Núm. 11-2, Mayo 2014
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 144-158
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the performance of natural Jordanian zeolite tuff to remove ammonia from aqueous solutions using a laboratory batch method and fixed-bed colum...
    ......Breakthrough time (tB)is defined as the time at which the effluent solution from column contains 5 per cent ofthe initial NH4ions (Ct/C0¼0.05), which is usually the maximum allowableconcentration of pollutant ions ......
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