Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
SEPA's regulatory response to COVID-19.
This regulatory position applies to marine and freshwater finfish aquaculture sites. It applies only in Scotland.
Multi-agency guidance for dairy producers in Scotland whose milk is uncollected during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
A temporary regulatory position statement to support the management of high-activity sealed radioactive sources during the COVID-19 public health emergency has been developed for Scotland.
A temporary regulatory position statement to support the alternative and temporary production routes of hand sanitiser as businesses adapt to meet demand in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency.
A temporary regulatory position statement to support the management of radioactive substances for medical purposes during the COVID-19 public health emergency has been developed for Scotland.
A regulatory position and guidance for reservoir managers and panel engineers.
This COVID-19 regulatory guidance covers waste management.
This regulatory position is for the whisky sector to support the management of trade effluent related to shut down and start-up.
A temporary regulatory position statement to support the management of shipment of sealed sources and other relevant sources under Council Regulation (EURATOM) 1493/93 during the COVID-19 public health emergency has been developed for Scotland.
This temporary regulatory position statement is for businesses regulated under COMAH in Scotland, for use during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
This temporary regulatory position statement relates to the storage of sludge from sewage plants during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
A £100 million package of additional grant support for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) and newly self-employed people opened early in May 2020.
The three separate funds will be administered by local authorities and Scotland’s enterprise agencies and will begin to pay out grants in early May.
They include a £34 million hardship fund for the newly self-employed, a £20 million fund for small and micro enterprises in the creative, tourism and hospitality sectors and £45 million for viable SMEs crucial to the Scottish economy which are vulnerable.
Applicants can access these funds and more via the www.FindBusinessSupport.gov.scot website. The funds which make up the £100 million support package are as follows:
Applications to: https://findbusinesssupport.gov.scot
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