ENDS Report Environmental Law, 3 July 2015

In this week's compliance bulletin, councils are assessing more local sites as high-risk in terms of pollution prevention, Wales is consulting on new oil storage rules while SEPA is asking for views on its revised regulatory charging regime.

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