Sewage in UK Law

  • Credit rated: Sophia Steiger has progressed from working at London's largest sewage plant to managing assets worth billions for a global bank. She traces her journey from serious muck to serious money.
    • Núm. 2013, Febrero - Octubre 2013
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Interview
    ...What's your role at Credit Suisse? I'm responsible for managing a multi-billion-dollar global cost base. This includes the costs relating to the IT programmes that deliver the innovative solutions for the future; the IT applications that are relied......
  • Book Review: The River Pollution Dilemma in Victorian England
    • Núm. 24-1, Marzo 2015
    • Social & Legal Studies
    ......Importantly, Rosenthal observes in Chapter 4 that no available treatment could be relied upon to treat the sewage effectively enough to avoid gross pollution of the rivers and also the environs through which the rivers passed. This becomes manifestly clear in the ......
  • The Common Law Clean Up of the ‘Workshop of the World’: More Realism About Nuisance Law's Historic Environmental Achievements
    • Núm. 40-2, Junio 2013
    • Journal of Law and Society
    This article examines the environmental benefits arising from compliance with common law nuisance injunctions during the British industrial revolution. It argues, based on the outcomes of industria...
    ......Journal of Law and Society ß 2013 Cardiff University Law School . Birmingham Corporation sewage pollution case, 7 the court laid down a strict entitlement to purity of watercourses which is understood to have sub- sequently proved popular with ......
  • Cumberland County Police Houses
    • Núm. 13-3, Julio 1940
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ......Being in rural districts the majority of the houses have to be drained to a small sewage-disposal plant, with precipitation tank and treatment bed, the effluent being taken in field drains to the nearest suitable ......
  • India : Pollution Control Policy and Programmes
    • Núm. 43-2, Junio 1977
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    ...... is served with the community water-supply system, the quality of water is woefully inadequate because of the manner in which sewage is disposed. 2. Sewage Disposal - Human Waste Although animal waste is generally used for cooking, heating, and agricultural ......
  • State and regime capacity in authoritarian elections: Egypt before the Arab spring
    • Núm. 39-1, Enero 2018
    • International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique
    Scholarship on electoral authoritarianism has increasingly recognized state capacity as an element enhancing electoral control. Building on such arguments, I examine the interaction between state c...
    ...... capacity in a given electoral constituency is operationalized by meas- uring the proportion of households with access to the public sewage system. Access to the sewage system is not a direct measure of state capacity, but rather a measure of service provision. Nevertheless, if we ......
  • Book Review: Environmental Protection and Human Rights
    • Núm. 24-1, Marzo 2015
    • Social & Legal Studies
    ......Importantly, Rosenthal observes in Chapter 4 that no available treatment could be relied upon to treat the sewage effectively enough to avoid gross pollution of the rivers and also the environs through which the rivers passed. This becomes manifestly clear in the ......
  • PRIVATISATION AND EFFICIENCY IN THE UK WATER INDUSTRY: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS*
    • Núm. 57-3, Agosto 1995
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    ABSTRACTS The post‐privatisation structure of the UK water industry involves the separation of environmental services from other outputs previously produced under an integrated system by the public...
    ......The RWAs became responsible for water supply, sewerage, sewage disposal, water resource planning, pollution, fisheries, flood protection and land drainage, water recreation and environmental conservation. ......
  • Nuisance Law and the Industrial Revolution: A Reinterpretation of Doctrine and Institutional Competence
    • Núm. 75-6, Noviembre 2012
    • The Modern Law Review
    Contrary to the leading studies of Brenner and McLaren, it is argued that nuisance law was consistently a robust constraint on polluting industrial enterprise during the industrial revolution. The ...
    ...... It was not until the second half of the century that an engineered sewage infrastructure was pioneered, with devastating ecological consequences.The replacement of scavengers by a network of sew ers conveying 19 E. ......
  • Arrangements for Water Pollution Control in Scotland
    • Núm. 34-4, Diciembre 1968
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    ......jects,  such as  housing  or industrial.  In these  nume- . implementing  improvement  programmes . rous  grants,  sewage  treatment  may be  a  small  part . within the  Scottish water pollution control ar- . ......
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