Compare contrast legislative approach controlling water pollution industrial 'sources Trinidad Tobago European Union EU If country legislation area compare approach EU United States America USA Aims The aim assignment familiarise 'students administrative legislative control environmental issues country

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(Emergency Management Association, 2005)

It is reported that Section 53(1) of the Act may make a requirement that the Authority grant permits as part of a water pollution control program. The requirements of the Act can be understood through the following four documents:

UMA Environmental, (1997) Technical Background Paper for Parameters in Water Effluents. Prepared for the EMA with assistance from the Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI), October 1, 1997. In 1997, the Authority contracted UMA Environmental to conduct a study entitled Technical Background Paper for Parameters in Water Effluents. The objective of this study was to provide recommendations and the supporting rationale for limits on pollutants in industrial effluent in Trinidad and Tobago. The study report included the following: (1) An overview of the industrial and environmental profile for Trinidad and Tobago, including an assessment of the quantity and character of liquid effluents; (2) A discussion of pollution prevention opportunities and control technologies; (3) A cost/benefit analysis of implementing standards; and (4) Recommendations for effluent limits and monitoring and reporting requirements. (Emergency Management Association, 2005)

TTS 547:1998. Trinidad and Tobago Standard. Specification for the Effluent from Industrial Processes Discharged into the Environment. Published by Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS). It is reported that the study was also to be utilized by the Authority as a contributor to the discussion of the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS), Specifications Committee on Liquid Effluent from Industrial Processes into the Environment. The Trinidad and Tobago Standards was declared on March 5, 1998. The standard is reported to have been accomplished following deliberation by the committee. The standard sets the maximum permissible limits for discharge of parameters in industrial effluents into four categories as follows: (1) inland surface waters; (2) coastal near shore; (3) marine offshore; and (4) environmental sensitive areas; (Emergency Management Association, 2005)

TTS 417:1993. Trinidad and Tobago Standard. Specification for the Liquid Effluent from Domestic Wastewater Treatment Plants into the Environment. Published by the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS). This standards was declared on April 20, 1993. This is a compulsory standards that states the maximum permissible limits for parameters in domestic wastewater effluent into six classes or points of discharge including: (1) groundwater; (2)…[continue]

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