Examples of EP Regulations in a sentence
Schedule 1 of the EP Regulations contains the categories of prescribed premises.• For prescribed premises where activities fall within more than one category, ALL applicable categories must be identified.
DWER recommends that you obtain independent legal advice.• Applicants seeking further information relating to requirements under the EP Act and/or EP Regulations are directed to the Parliamentary Counsel’s Office website (www.legislation.wa.gov.au).
Transfer of the permit or part of the permit Before the Permit can be wholly or partially transferred to another person, a joint application to transfer the Permit has to be made by both the existing and proposed holders, in accordance with Regulation 21 of the EP Regulations.
The Council will place the information onto the public registers in accordance with the requirements of the EP Regulations.
INSTRUCTIONS:• You must provide a description and the scope, size and scale of all prescribed activities of Schedule 1 to the EP Regulations including the maximum production or design capacity of each prescribed activity.• If applying for a works approval or licence amendment involving the construction of new infrastructure, you must provide information on infrastructure to be constructed and how long construction is expected to take.
Schedule 6 of the EP Regulations sets out the detailed procedures.
Appeals must be made in accordance with the requirements of Regulation 31 and Schedule 6 of the EP Regulations.
Our public consultation duties are also set out in the EP Regulations, and our statutory Public Participation Statement, which implement the requirements of the Public Participation Directive.
Where appropriate, a comparison should be made of actual emissions and authorised emission limits.If any information is considered commercially confidential, it should be separated from non-confidential information, supplied on a separate sheet and accompanied by an application for commercial confidentiality under the provisions of the EP Regulations.
Surrender of the permit Where an Operator intends to cease the operation of an installation (in whole or in part) the regulator should be informed in writing, such notification must include the information specified in regulation 24, or in accordance with Regulation 25 of the EP Regulations for Permits to which Regulation 24 does not apply.