Hold-up for revisions to SEPA’s compliance assessment scheme

Planned reforms to the way that the Scottish Environment Protection Agency gauges conformity to permit conditions have not been applied

A SEPA inspector at a licensed site.
The revised CAS scheme has not entered force. Photograph: SEPA

Expected changes to the way that the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) assesses compliance with permit conditions were not applied on 1 January.

Feedback on amendments to its compliance assessment scheme (CAS), which went to consultation in August, “highlighted a number of key areas which require further consideration”, according to a statement on the regulator’s website. 1 SEPA confirmed it has put CAS on hold while it refines the scheme.

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