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Legislation, Policy and Guidance - In Force

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This section indicates plans and policies which are still in force. Policies which have been superseded can be found in the Archives section. Kindly note that from time to time, minor modifications are undertaken on local plans. These are being listed prior to the Local plans so that professional representatives and their clients would be aware of the changes.  Users of the website should also refer to the MAPSERVER to check whether there are any applications for minor modifications. These are usually indicated in a green colour. In the longer term, it is the intention of MEPA to have amendments to local plans geo-referenced to facilitate perusal.


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Searched by Topic - Chemicals, Type - Legal Notices
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L.N. 280 of 2009 Environment Protection Act (Cap. 435) - Quality of Petrol and Diesel Fuels (Revocation) Regulations, 200920th October, 2009 Published
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L.N. 279 of 2009 Environment Protection Act (Cap. 435) - Reductions in the Sulphur Content of certain liquid fuels (Revocation) Regulations, 200920th October, 2009 Published
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L.N. 163 of 2009 Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Control of Volatile Organic Compund- VOC Emissions (Storage and Distribution of Petrol from Terminals to Service Stations) (Amendment) Regulations, 2009 2nd June, 2009 Published
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L.N. 162 of 2008 Environment Protection Act (Cap. 435) Product Safety Act (Cap. 427) - Limitation of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds (Paints, Varnishes and Vehicle Refinishing Products) (Amendment) Regulations, 200827th June, 2008 Published
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L.N. 106 of 2008 Environment Protection Act (CAP. 435), Product Safety Act (CAP. 427) Commencement Notice of the limitation of Emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (Paints, Varnishes and Vehicle Refinishing Products) Regulations, 20067th April, 2008 Published
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L.N. 78 of 2006 Environment Protection Act (CAP. 435) - Product Safety Act (CAP. 427) - Limitation of Emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (Paints, Varnishes and Vehicle Refinishing Products) Regulations, 200628th March, 2006 Published
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L.N. 166 of 2004 Environment Protection Act (CAP. 435) Commencement Notice of the Export and Imports of Certain Dangerous Chemicals Regulations, 200216th April, 2004 Published
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L.N. 163 of 2004 Environment Protection Act (CAP. 435) Reduction in the Sulphur Content of Certain Liquid Fuels (Amendment) Regulations, 200416th April, 2004 Published
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L.N. 327 of 2002 Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Export and Imports of Certain Dangerous Chemicals Regulations, 20025th November, 2002 Published
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L.N. 159 of 2002 Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Reductions of the Sulphur Content of certain Liquid Fuels Regulations, 200228th June, 2002 Published
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L.N. 318 of 2001 Product Safety Act (Act No V of 2001) The Dangerous Substances (Notification) Regulations, 200112th December, 2001 Published
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L.N. 228 of 2001 Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Prevention and Reduction of Environmental Pollution by Asbestos Regulations, 200118th September, 2001 Published
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L.N. 222 of 2001 Environment Protection Act (Act No. XX of 2001) Quality of Petrol and Diesel Fuels Regulations, 200118th September, 2001 Published
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Disclaimer: The information above has been extracted from an on-line database and is meant only for your general guidance. The Malta Environment & Planning Authority disclaims any responsibility for any inaccuracies there may be on this site. If you wish to verify the correctness of any information then you are advised to contact us directly. Furtheremore, in the event of any discrepancies between the information contained on this site and official printed communication then the latter is to prevail, in accordance with the Development Planning Act.