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6 1987

AIR POLLUTION ACT, 1987

THIRD SCHEDULE

Industrial Processes to which Act Applies

Section 6 .

No.

Process

1.

The refining of oil other than operations solely manufacturing lubricants from crude oil.

2.

The generation of electricity in plants with a nominal heat output exceeding 50 MW, other than hydro and nuclear plants.

3.

The raising of steam in plants with a nominal heat output exceeding 50 MW.

4.

The roasting and sintering of metal ores in plants with a capacity of more than 1,000 tonnes per year.

5.

The production of pig iron and crude steel in integrated plants.

6.

The production of ferrous metals in foundries having melting installations with a capacity greater than 5 tonnes.

7.

The production and melting of non-ferrous metals in installations having a capacity greater than 1 tonne for heavy metals or 0.5 tonnes for light metals.

8.

The production of cement.

9.

The production of a compound or alloy of magnesium.

10.

The production of lime in a kiln.

11.

The production of a compound or alloy of manganese.

12.

The production and processing of asbestos.

13.

The manufacture of asbestos-based products.

14.

The manufacture of glass fibre or mineral fibre.

15.

The production of glass (ordinary and special) in plants with a capacity of more than 5,000 tonnes per year.

16.

The manufacture of coarse ceramics including refractory bricks, stoneware pipes, facing and floor bricks and roof tiles.

17.

The manufacture of olefins, derivatives of olefins, monomers and polymers.

18.

The manufacture of organic intermediate products other than those specified at No. 17.

19.

The manufacture of basic inorganic chemicals.

20.

Any chemical process in which any of the following basic inorganic chemicals are used or evolved, that is to say, ammonia, bromine, carbon disulphide, chlorine, fluorine, hydrofluoric acid, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen cyanide, or hydrogen sulphide.

21.

Any chemical process in which mercaptans are used or evolved.

22.

The incineration of solid or liquid wastes.

23.

The manufacture of paper pulp by chemical methods in plants with a capacity greater than 25,000 tonnes per year.

24.

The manufacture of artificial fertilizers.

25.

The extraction of aluminium oxide from an ore and the reaction of aluminium or its alloys with chlorine or its compounds.

26.

The production of tar and bitumen and the manufacture of products containing them.

27.

The extraction or recovery, by burning or by the application of heat, of aluminium, zinc, copper or lead, from any scrap metal or alloy, waste material or residue including scrap or waste cable.

28.

The getting, raising, taking, carrying away and processing (including size reduction, grading and heating) of minerals and the storage of mineral wastes.

29.

The manufacture of pesticides, pharmaceutical products and their intermediates.

30.

The rendering of animal by-products.