Commentary

457 Dark smoke from industrial or trade premises

AGRICULTURE vol 2(2)
| Commentary

457 Dark smoke from industrial or trade premises

| Commentary

457 Dark smoke from industrial or trade premises

Dark smoke must not be emitted from any part of industrial or trade premises1. Any dark smoke emitted from such premises renders the occupier of the premises and any person who caused or permitted the emission guilty of an offence2.

Dark smoke is defined by comparing its shade with a graduated scale: the Ringelmann Chart is generally used. This scale starts at zero and increases up to a maximum of five with dark smoke being represented by two or more on the scale, being at least 40% obscuration

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