Guidance

Civil engineering activities involving grouts or other media

If you comply with the requirements in this regulatory position statement (RPS) you can carry out civil engineering activities involving grouts or other media for the purpose of sealing or ground stabilisation without the need for an environmental permit.

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The advice in this guidance has been superseded. Check Pulverised Fuel Ash for further guidance.

Documents

Civil engineering activities involving grouts or other media for the purpose of sealing or ground stabilisation: RPS 108

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Details

This regulatory position is only relevant where the grouts or other media involved would not qualify for an exclusion from EPR 2010 and the need for a permit under paragraph 3(3) of Schedule 22; in particular where the quantity or concentration of pollutants would be considered de minimis.

Published 27 March 2014