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Works and maintenance in or near water

Guidance for Pollution Prevention 5

NetRegs, 2017
Works and maintenance in or near water

Document Status

Current

Supplement

Core Supplement

Series

Guidance for Pollution Prevention

Abstract

Provides advice on carrying out works near, in or over water that have the potential to cause pollution, transfer non-native species and impact on the bed and banks of a watercourse. Covers: legal requirements; types of approval; emergency works; silt pollution and disposal of contaminated water; cement, concrete and grout; oil and chemicals; bridge maintenance and structures over water; pesticide use; invasive non-native species; waste management; and incident response.

History

Published January 2017. Does not apply in England. Supersedes Pollution Prevention Guidelines 5: Works and maintenance in or near water (includes the 2006 update) (EA, 2007). Guidance for Pollution Prevention is a new series replacing Pollution Prevention Guidelines.

Subjects

Publisher History

NetRegs provides environmental guidance for small and medium-sized businesses in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.


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NBS has produced specification systems and information products for construction industry professionals for more than 40 years. The National Building Specification is the recognised UK national standard and is used by over 5,000 organisations. NBS is part of RIBA Enterprises Ltd.

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