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46A .         Conditions of Part V licence for premises discharging liquid waste

                For the purposes of section 62(1)(h) of the Act the Chief Executive Officer may specify as a condition of a licence under Part V of the Act held by an occupier of premises from which liquid waste is discharged that the occupier must ensure that — 

            (a)         the liquid waste is discharged in a condition that is suitable for transport and disposal, and for that purpose must ensure that — 

                  (i)         hexavalent chromium is converted to trivalent chromium (with a total hexavalent chromium in the discharged waste not exceeding 100 milligrams per litre);

                  (ii)         the liquid waste is neutralized to within the pH range 2.5 to 12; and

                  (iii)         free cyanide is oxidized to a level not greater than 5 milligrams per litre.

            (b)         waste oils and solvents are collected separately for re-use;

            (c)         the disposal of the liquid waste from the premises at a disposal site is booked, in advance, with the operator of the disposal site;

        [(d)         deleted]

            (e)         the Chief Executive Officer is notified immediately if liquid waste of a category other than a category specified in the licence is discharged from the premises;

            (f)         each collection tank on the premises — 

                  (i)         has an identification plate, or is part of a group of collection tanks with an identification plate, issued by the Chief Executive Officer and endorsed with a number allocated to it or to the groups by the Chief Executive Officer; and

                  (ii)         has attached to it, or in close proximity to it in a place that is clearly visible, the identification plate issued for that collection tank or group of tanks;

            (g)         liquid waste is not placed in a collection tank on the premises if the liquid waste is of a category other than a category specified in the licence (unless the Chief Executive Officer has otherwise approved)

        [Regulation 46A inserted in Gazette 2 Sep 1997 p. 4971-2; amended in Gazette 30 Mar 2001 p. 1825.]

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