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The law and practice relating to pollution control in the Member States of the European Communities

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Recent developments
Environmental research
Environment policy and protection of the environment

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The Law and Practice
Relating to Pollution Control
in the Member States of the
European Communities:
Recent Developments There are ten other titles in this series:
The Law and Practice Relating to Pollution Control In
Belgium and Luxembourg
Denmark
France
Federal Republic of Germany
Greece
Ireland
Italy
The Netherlands
The United Kingdom
The Law and Practice Relating to Pollution Control in the Members States of the
European Communities: A Comparative Survey
The series will be updated at regular intervals. For further information, write to:
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The Commission of the European Communities,
Directorate-General Environment, Consumer Protection
and Nuclear Safety, Brussels The Law and Practice
Relating to Pollution Control
in the Member States of the
European Communities:
Recent Developments
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Environmental Resources Limited
Published by
Graham & Trotman
for
The Commission of the European Communities Published in 1986 by
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British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
The Law and practice relating to pollution control in the member states of the European
communities: recent developments.
1. Pollution — Law and legislation — European Economic Community countries
I. Environmental Resources Ltd.
II. Commission of the European Communities 342.4'4632 [LAW]
ISBN 0-86010-806-6
The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors, and should not be taken
as reflecting the opinion of the Commission of the European Communities
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Printed in Great Britain Contents
Preface
1 Belgium 1
1 Political and Administrative Institutions
1.1 General
2 Control of Dangerous, Dirty and Noxious Installations 2
2.2 Field of Application 2
2.3 Obligation to Obtain Authorisation
2.4 Monitoring and Implementation of the Authorisation
3 Atmospheric Pollution
3.1 The Law of 28 December 1964 Relating to Air Pollution
Control
3.3 Measures Applicable Throughout the Country 3
4 Noise 5
4.2 Implementation Decrees of the Law of 18 July 1973 5
4.5 Machine Noise
5 The Protection of Surface Waters 6
5.2 Law of 26 March 1971 on the Protection of Surface Waters
Against Pollution
5.3 Administrative Structure
5.4 The Authorisation Procedure for the Discharge of Waste
Waters 7
6 Groundwaters 8
6.1 The Law of 26 March 1971 on the Protection of Groundwaters 8
7 The Protection of the Sea
7.2 Prevention of Marine Pollution from Dumping Operations 8
8 The Treatment and Disposal of Waste 9
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Toxic Wastes
8.3 National Legislation: Domestic Waste
•8.6 Legislation for the Flemish Region 10 9 Ionising Radiation 11
9.2 The General Regulation for the Protection of the Population
and Workers Against the Dangers of Ionising Radiation 1
10 Product Control2
10.1 The Law Relating to Protection of Consumers 1
10.2 The Law of1 July 1969 Relating to Pesticides and Raw
Materials for Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry Cultivation
and Livestock Breeding
11 Environmental Impact Assessment 13
2 Denmark 14
1 Authorities and Pollution Control
1.2 Sources of Law in the Field of Environmental Protection 1
1.3 Central Authorities5
1.4 Regional and Local Authorities 16
1.6 Rights of Special Interest Groups
1.7 Rights of the Individual7
2 Air
2.1 Stationary Sources of Air Pollution
2.2 Motor Vehicles9
2.4 International Conventions 1
3 Freshwater 1
3.1 Stationary Sources of Water Pollution
4 Pollution of the Sea by Substances other than Oil 21
4.1 Coastal Waters 2
4.3 Control of Pollution from Exploitation of the Sea or Sea Bed 23
5 Pollution of the Sea by Oil
5.1 Control of Discharges from Ships3
5.4 Contingency Plans for Dealing with Oil Pollution Accidents 25
6 Discharge into Sewerage System
6.1 Bans and Permits5
7 Waste Disposal on Land 26
7.1 Control of the Siting of Installations for the Deposit and
Treatment of Waste
7.2 Requirements Concerning Treatment Prior to Deposit of Waste
with a View to Recycling7
7.4 Restoration of the Land after Tipping8
7.6 Control of Special Wastes
8 Noise and Vibration9
8.1 Stationary Sources
8.3 Aircraft 2