- Consent Needed and How to Obtain It
- Performance Standards
- Sampling/Monitoring Requirements
- Reporting Requirements
- Non Compliance
- Renewal and Variation
|Consent Needed:||The identification and remediation of contaminated land is not consent based.|
|Environmental Liability Directive 2004/35/EC:||The Environmental Liability Directive was adopted in 2004 and was required to be implemented by 30 April 2007. The Directive enforces strict liability for prevention and remediation of environmental damage to ‘biodiversity’, water and land from specified activities and remediation of environmental damage for all other activities through fault or negligence. The Environmental Liability Directive is now implemented in England and Wales. In Scotland The Environmental Liability (Scotland) Regulations 2009 came into force on 24 June 2009.|
Guidance to performance criteria relates to ‘Health Criteria Values’ and ‘Soil Guideline Values’.
Such standards are defined in the Environmental Agency’s Contaminated Land Exposure Assessment (CLEA) framework. The framework does not consider risks to other receptors such as plants and animals, buildings, and controlled waters.
|See CLEA under the Performance Standards tab.|
|What to Report:||No formal reporting is required.|
|Non Compliance:||Not applicable.|
|Permit Duration:||Not applicable.|
|Snippets:||None known at present.|